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First Semester Syllabus and Classes for All Branches MSBTE Polytechnic Computer Engineering Syllabus MSBTE  Course and Classes in Nagpur, Diploma 1st Year Syllabus MSBTE Syllabus G Scheme

Atlanta Computer Institute Nagpur conducts Tuition Classes for Polytechnic Computer Engineering Diploma in Nagpur for Computer Engineering Branch for First Second Third Fourth Fifth and Sixth Semester  in Nagpur India . The Following syllabus is of MSBTE G Scheme.  Final Year Projects Training is also given to  Diploma  Students.
 
 
Polytechnic Diploma in Computer Engineering first Semester All Branches  MSBTE Syllabus G Scheme

 MAHARASHTRA STATE BOARD OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION, MUMBAI 

TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME FOR POST S.S.C. DIPLOMA COURSES 

COURSE NAME : MECHANICAL / CIVIL / CHEMICAL / COMPUTER / ELECTRONICS / ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING GROUPS 

COURSE CODE : AE/CE/CH/CM/CO/CR/CS/CW/DE/EE/EP/IF/EJ/EN/ET/ EV/EX/IC/IE/IS/ME/MU/PG/PT/ PS /CD/CV/ED/EI/FE/IU/MH/MI/DC/TC/TX 

DURATION OF COURSE: 6 SEMESTERS for AE/CE/CH/CM/CO/CR/CS/CW/DE/EE/EP/IF/EJ/EN/ET/EV/EX/IC/IE/IS/ME/MU/PG/PT/PS/DC/TC/TX (8 SEMESTERS for CD / CV / ED / EI / FE / IU / MH / MI)   WITH EFFECT FROM 2012 - 13 

SEMESTER : FIRST      DURATION : 16 WEEKS 

PATTERN :  FULL TIME -SEMESTER      G SCHEME
 
 

 1. English 
2.  Basic Science Physics 
                        Chemistry
 3. Basic Mathematics 
 4. Engineering Graphics 
 5. Computer Fundamentals 
 6. Basic Workshop Practice (Civil Group) 

     Basic Workshop Practice (Electrical Group) 

     Basic Workshop Practice (Electronics Group) 

     Basic Workshop Practice (Mechanical & Chemical Group) 

     Basic Workshop Practice (Computer Group) 

 

 
 

 w.e.f Academic Year 2012-13 G Scheme Course Name :  All Branches of Diploma in Engineering and Technology. Course Code : AE/CE/CH/CM/CO/CR/CS/CW/DE/EE/EP/IF/EJ/EN/ET/EV/EX/IC/IE/IS/ ME/MU/PG/PT/PS/CD/CV/ED/EI/FE/IU/MH/MI/DC/TC/TX Semester : First 

 English 


PART I - Application of Grammar Specific Objective: ¾Apply grammatical rules to form correct sentences. Contents: .Articles: Appropriate use of definite and indefinite Articles .Prepositions: To use correct Prepositions as per context .Conjunctions: Co-ordinating and sub-ordinating Conjunctions .Tenses: Correct usages of past, present and future tenses .Active and Passive voice: Use of Active and Passive voice .Direct and Indirect sentences: Conversion of direct into indirect sentence and vice versa 

PART II – Text Specific Objectives: ¾Answer the questions based on the articles ¾State the meanings of the given words from the articles Contents: .Articles  

PART III - Paragraph Writing Specific Objective: ¾Write a paragraph on a given topic Contents: .Paragraph Writing: Elaborate and expand the ideas with cohesion, coherence and use of correct punctuation marks .Types of Paragraph: Narrative, Descriptive, Technical, Comparison and Contrast .Dialogue Writing: Based on various situations .Speech Writing based on situations: Welcome Speech, Farewell Speech, Vote of Thanks and Introducing a Guest 

PART IV – Comprehension Specific Objective: ¾Comprehend and provide the answers on given passages Contents: .Comprehension of Passage: Comprehending questions and writing the answers on unseen passages 

PART  V- Vocabulary Building Specific Objective: ¾Use correct words in given situations Contents: .Words Often Confused Collocation Prefix and Suffix Synonyms and Antonyms 

 

 

w.e.f Academic Year 2012-13 G Scheme Course Name : All Branches of Diploma in Engineering / Technology. Course Code : AE/CE/CH/CM/CO/CR/CS/CW/DE/EE/EP/IF/EJ/EN/ET/EV/EX/IC/IE/IS/ ME/MU/PG/PT/PS/CD/CV/ED/EI/FE/IU/MH/MI/DC/TC/TX Semester : First 

 Basic Science ( Physics ) 

 

 

Topic 1] Properties of solids: Specific Objectives ¾Calculate the Young’s Modulus of material of wire. •Elasticity: Definitions of deforming force, restoring force, elasticity, plasticity, Factors affecting elasticity. •Stresses: Tensile, Compressive, Volumetric and Shear stress, •Strains: Tensile, Volumetric and Shear strain.  •Elastic limit, Hooke’s law. •Elastic co-efficient-Young’s modulus, bulk modulus, modulus of rigidity and relation between them •Stress -strain diagram, behavior of wire under continuously increasing load, yield point, ultimate stress, breaking stress, factor of safety. compressibility, Poisson’s ratio. 
Topic 2] Properties of liquids Specific objectives: ¾Determine the surface tension of the given liquid ¾Determine the coefficient of viscosity by Stoke’s method. 2.1 Fluid friction:                          [ 8 Marks] •Pressure , pressure-depth relation (P = ρ h g), atmospheric pressure, Pascal’s law, Archimedes’s principle. •Viscous force, definition of viscosity, velocity gradient, Newton’s law of viscosity, coefficient of viscosity and its SI unit. •Streamline and turbulent flow with examples, critical velocity, Reynold’s number and its significance. • Up thrust force, terminal velocity, Stokes law, and derivation of coefficient of viscosity by Stoke’s method, effect of temperature and adulteration on viscosity of liquid. 2.2 Surface tension :    [4 Marks] •Cohesive and adhesive force, Laplace’s molecular theory of surface tension, Surface Tension: definition and unit, effect of temperature on surface tension. •Angle of contact, Capillarity and examples of capillary action, derivation of expression for surface tension by capillary rise method, applications of surface tension. 
Topic 3] Thermal properties of matter: Specific objectives: ¾Distinguish between isothermal and adiabatic process. ¾Determine the relation between specific heats. 3.1 Modes of transformation of heat :  [6 Marks] •Difference between heat and temperature, definition of calorie, Absolute zero, units of temperature: °C, °F,°K, with their conversion. •Conduction, law of thermal conductivity, coefficient of thermal conductivity, good conductors of heat & insulators with suitable examples, applications of conduction. Convection, applications of convection. Radiation, applications of radiation. 3.2 Gas laws: : [6 Marks] •Gas Laws: Boyle’s law, Charles law, Gay lussac’s law (Statement and mathematical equation only) •Perfect gas equation (PV=RT) (No derivation), specific heat of a substance , SI unit, specific heat of gas at constant volume (CV ) specific heat of gas at constant pressure (CP ), ratio of specific heat ,Mayer’s relation between CP and CV ,isothermal process, adiabatic process, difference between isothermal process and  adiabatic process.  
Topic 4] Optics Specific objectives: ¾Calculate refractive index of prism. ¾Determine the numerical aperture of optical fiber Refraction of light :                           [ 6 Marks] •Refraction of monochromatic light, Snell’s law, Derivation of prism formula, total internal reflection, critical angle. •Optical fibre: principle, structure of optical fiber, propagation of light wave through optical fibre, derivation of numerical aperture and acceptance angle. 
Topic 5] Wave motion  Specific objectives: ¾Differentiate between transverse waves and longitudinal waves ¾Derive expression for displacement, velocity and acceleration of a body executing SHM 5.1 Wave motion :        [ 6 Marks] •Definition of a wave,  wave motion, wave velocity, wave period, wave frequency, wave length, vibratory motion, periodic motion, amplitude of a vibrating particle, derivation of  v = n λ•Simple harmonic motion (SHM), examples of SHM, equation of SHM, expression of velocity and acceleration of a body executing SHM. •Types of progressive waves: transverse and longitudinal waves with examples.  5.2 Resonance:                    [ 6 Marks] •Stationary wave, formation of stationary wave, examples of stationary wave, characteristics of stationary waves, free and forced vibrations with examples. •Resonance: definition of resonance, examples of resonance, formula to calculate velocity of sound by resonance tube method. 
 
 
 
w.e.f Academic Year 2012-13  G Scheme Course Name : All Branches of Diploma in Engineering and Technology Course Code : AE/CE/CH/CM/CO/CR/CS/CW/DE/EE/EP/IF/EJ/EN/ET/EV/EX/IC/IE/IS/ ME/MU/PG/PT/PS/CD/CV/ED/EI/FE/IU/MH/MI/DC/TC/TX  Semester  First 

 Basic Science ( Chemistry ) 

 

 Topic 1] Chemical Bonding: Specific Objectives: ¾Predict valence electrons and valency of elements. ¾Draw schematic diagram for formation of molecules. 1.1 Atomic Structure :  [8 Marks] •Definition of atom, Bohr's atomic model, structure of modern atom, characteristics of fundamental  particles of an atom, definition of atomic number, atomic mass number and their differences, Isotopes and Isobars: Definitions, examples and distinction, applications of carbon and cobalt isotopes.  Orbits: Bohr’s energy levels, sub-energy levels, s, p, d, f orbitals, shapes and description of s-orbital and p- orbital. Distribution of electrons in orbitals: Definition of electronic configuration, Aufbau’s principle, Hund’s rule, orbital electronic  configurations (s, p, d, f) of elements having atomic number 1 to 30, 1.2 Valency: [4 Marks]   •Definitions of valence electrons, valency. •Definition of electrovalency, positive and negative electrovalency, formation of Electrovalent compounds-MgO,CaCl2 •Definition of covalency, single, double and triple covalent bonds, formation of Covalent compounds H2O,CO2,N2 

Topic 2] Electrochemistry: Specific Objectives: ¾Describe the mechanism of electrolysis. ¾Identify the role of electrodes in application of electrolysis. 2.1 Basic concepts of electrolysis:  [4 Marks] •Electrolyte, types of electrolyte- strong and weak electrolyte, their difference. •Ionisation and electrolytic dissociation, Arrhenius theory of electrolytic dissociation, degree of ionization, factors affecting degree of ionization. Definitions of electrolytic cell, electrodes-cathode, anode, electrode potential-oxidation potential and reduction potential. 2.2 Electrolysis:      [10 Marks] •Mechanism of electrolysis-Electrolysis, electrochemical series for cations and anions, • Mechanism of electrolysis of CuSO4 solution by using platinum electrodes and  copper electrodes •Applications of electrolysis- Electroplating of silver, electro refining of blister copper, •Faraday's laws of electrolysis:  Faraday’s first and second law, relation between electrochemical equivalent and chemical equivalent, Numericals. •pH and pOH:   Definition of pH, pOH, pH Scale, Numericals. 

Topic 3] Metals and Alloys:   Specific Objectives: ¾Identify the properties of metals and alloys related to engineering applications. ¾Describe the process of extraction of metals. 3.1 Metals: [8 Marks] 

•Occurrence of metals in free and combined state, definitions-mineral, ore, gangue, flux and slag, metallurgy. •Metallurgy-  Detailed Flow chart for extraction of metal,   •Important extraction processes-Concentration-gravity separation, electro¬magnetic separation, froth floatation, calcination and roasting, Reduction-smelting, aluminothermic process,  Refining- poling, electrorefining •Mechanical properties of metals-Hardness, ductility,  malleability, tensile strength, toughness, machinability,  weldability, forging, soldering, brazing, castability. 3.2 Alloys: [4 Marks] •Definition, purposes of making alloys with examples.  •Preparation methods- Fusion, Compression   •Classification of Alloys- Ferrous and non ferrous alloys with examples.  •Examples of alloys- Composition, properties and applications of duralumin, Woods metal, babbit metal. 
Topic 4 ] Non-metallic Engineering Materials: Specific Objectives: ¾Distinguish between thermosoftening and thermosetting plastics. ¾List the properties of rubber ¾State the applications of thermal insulators. 4.1 Polymers ( Plastics, Rubber) :    [8 Marks] •Plastics: Definition of plastic, polymer, polymerisation, types of polymerisation with examples. Types of plastic-thermo softening plastics and thermosetting plastics and their difference, properties and applications of plastics. •Rubber: Types of rubber.  •Natural Rubber- definition, drawbacks of natural rubber, vulcanization of rubber with chemical reaction, applications of vulcanized rubber. Synthetic rubber- definition, difference between natural and synthetic rubber, examples of synthetic rubber,  properties of synthetic rubber like ¬elasticity, tack, and abrasion resistance, their definition  and related applications. 4.2 Thermal Insulators                          [4 Marks] •Thermal Insulators -Definition, characteristics of thermal insulators, classification¬ organic and inorganic thermal insulators, their examples, preparation, properties and applications of  thermocole and glasswool. 
 
 
w.e.f Academic Year 2012-13 G Scheme Course Name : All Branches of Diploma in Engineering and Technology Course Code : AE/CE/CH/CM/CO/CR/CS/CW/DE/EE/EP/IF/EJ/EN/ET/EV/EX/IC/IE/IS/ ME/MU/PG/PT/PS/CD/CV/ED/EI/FE/IU/MH/MI  Semester  First 

 Basic Mathematics 

 
Topic - I Algebra 
1.1 -Determinant         04 Specific objectives: ¾Solve simultaneous equations in three variables  using Cramer’s  rule . •Definition and expansion of determinant of order  3 . •Cramer’s rule to solve simultaneous equations in three variables. 
1.2 - Matrices  -----------------------  16 Specific objectives : ¾Perform all algebraic operations on matrices. ¾Solve simultaneous equations in three variables. •Definition of a matrix of order m x n and types of matrices.  •Algebra of matrices with properties and examples. •Transpose of a matrix with properties.  •Cofactor of an element of a matrix. •Adjoint of   matrix and inverse of matrix by adjoint method. •Solution of simultaneous equations containing two and three unknowns by matrix inversion method.     
1.3 -Partial Fraction               ------------------------- 12 Specific objectives: ¾Find partial fraction of proper and improper fraction. •Definition of fraction, proper, improper fraction and partial fraction. •Resolve proper fractions into partial fraction with denominator containing i) non repeated linear factors,          ii) repeated linear factors,            iii) non repeated quadratic irreducible factors. •To resolve improper fraction in to partial fraction. 
Topic 2- Trigonometry 
2.1 Trigonometric Ratios of Allied, Compound, Multiple and Sub-Multiple Angles          ------------------------------------  16 Specific objectives: ¾ Solve examples of allied angle, compound angle,   multiple and sub¬multiple angles. •Trigonometric ratios of any angle. •Definition of allied angle, compound,   multiple and sub-multiple angles.  •Trigonometric ratios of above angles with proofs. Simple examples 
2.2 Factorization and De-factorization Formulae            -------------------  12 Specific objectives: ¾Derive factorization and de-factorization formulae to solve examples. •Formulae for factorization and de-factorization with proof and examples. 
2.3 Inverse Trigonometric Ratios      -------------------------  12 Specific objectives: ¾Solve examples of inverse trigonometric ratios. •Definition of inverse trigonometric ratios. •Principal value of inverse trigonometric ratios. •Relation between inverse trigonometric ratios with proof and examples. 
Topic 3-   Co –Ordinate  Geometry 
3.1 Straight Line             ------------------------  16 Specific objectives: ¾Solve problems with given condition. •Angle between two lines with proof.  Examples. •Condition of parallel and perpendicular lines. •Point of intersection of two lines, equation of line passing through point of intersection with given condition. •Perpendicular distance between point and line with proof and examples. •Distance between two parallel line with proof and examples. 
Topic 4 - Statistics 
4.1 Measures of Dispersion                    ----------------------12 Specific objectives : ¾Find the range, mean deviation, standard deviation and consistency of any data.   •Measures of dispersion - range, mean deviation   from mean and median, and standard deviation. •Variance and its coefficient. Comparisons of two sets of observations.  
 
 
 
w.e.f Academic Year 2012-13 G Scheme Course Name : All Branches of Diploma in Engineering and Technology.              Course Code : AE/CE/CH/CM/CO/CR/CS/CW/DE/EE/EP/IF/EJ/EN/ET/EV/EX/IC/IE/IS/ ME/MU/PG/PT/PS/CD/CV/ED/EI/FE/IU/MH/MI/DC/TC/TX Semester : First 

Engineering Graphics  

 
1. Principles of Drawing Specific Objective ¾Use Instruments for drawing, Scales, Lines, & there applications. ¾Draw a basic 2-D geometrical entities using CAD. 1.1 Drawing Instruments and their uses •Standard sizes of drawing sheets (ISO-A series •Letters and numbers (single stroke vertical) •Convention of lines and their applications. •Scale (reduced, enlarged & full size) plain scale and diagonal scale. •Dimensioning technique as per SP-46 (Latest edition) – types and applications of chain, parallel and coordinate dimensioning 1.2 Introduction to CAD software (Basic commands like draw, modify). •Advantages of CAD •Geometrical constructions 
2. Engineering curves & Loci of Points. Specific Objective ¾Draw  Conic curves, involute, Cycloid & know their applications ¾Draw helix, spiral, & loci of points from given data. 2.1 Conic Section •To draw an ellipse by Arcs of circle method & Concentric circles method. •To draw a parabola by Directrix and focus method &Rectangle method •To draw a hyperbola by Transverse Axis and focus method & rectangular hyperbola (Inclined axes). 2.2 Engineering curves •To draw involutes of circle & pentagon,  •To draw a cycloid, epicycloids, hypocycloid •To draw Helix & Archimedean spiral. •Loci of points on any link of (i) 4 bar mechanism and (ii) Single slider crank mechanism with given specifications. 
3. Orthographic projections Specific Objective ¾Visualize, interpret & draw orthographic views from given pictorial view. •3.1 Introduction to Orthographic projections. •3.2 Conversion of pictorial view into Orthographic Views (First Angle Projection Method Only) – elevation, plan and end view •3.3 Selection of section plains and drawing sectional view (simple object) 
Chapter 4.Isometric projections Specific Objective ¾Visualize interpret & draw isometric view from given orthographic views •4.1 Isometric scale, comparison of true scale with isometric scale •4.2 Conversion of orthographic views into isometric View / projection 
 
 
w.e.f Academic Year 2012-13 G Scheme Course Name : All Branches of Diploma in Engineering and Technology.                Course Code : AE/CE/CH/CM/CO/CR/CS/CW/DE/EE/EP/IF/EJ/EN/ET/EV/EX/IC/IE/IS/ ME/MU/PG/PT/PS/CD/CV/ED/EI/FE/IU/MH/MI/FE/IC/IE/IF/IS/IU/ME/ MH/MI/MU/PG/PS/PT Semester : First 

 Computer Fundamentals

 
 
• Algorithms-Introduction, Three Basic Operations, Procedures and Programs 
•Data Representation- Representing different symbols, minimizing errors, Representing more Symbols, Generic Formula, the ASCII code, the EBCDIC code, Rules of Decimal number System and its conversion to binary •Multimedia-Digital images, analog to digital conversions, digital audio and digital video 
•Binary Arithmetic- binary addition, binary subtraction, multiplication and division •Logic Gates- The need for derived gates, Half adder, Full adder, Logical operations 
•Data Storage- memory-Main Memory, Memory data transfer, MBR, Memory decoders -1x2,2x4…10x1024, MAR, Address, Data and Control Buses, Load and Store Instructions, Word and Word Length, RAM and ROM, Cache Memory •Data Storage- Disk- Memory Hierarchy, Disk basics – Cylinders, Tracks, Surfaces, Sectors, Relationship between logical and physical records, Disk Controller Architecture, Sector format, Formatting Process, Seek Time, Rotational Delay and Transmission time, The relationship between Application program, Operating System, Disk Controller and the actual disk, CDs, DVD •VDU and Printers-Human-computer interface, Keyboard, Raster Scanning, Frame Buffer, Basics of Graphics, Black and White/ Color Terminals, Text based terminals, LEDs/LCDs, Inkjet Printers, Laser Printer 
•Computer Architecture-CPU Registers, Multiplexers, ALU, Instruction Format, Instruction Decoding, Instruction Execution Cycles •Operating System-Concepts of system calls, Multiprogramming, Concepts of Context Switch, Different Services of Operating System, Information Management , Process Management (Process states, Process State Transition, Process Scheduling), Memory Management (Fixed Partition, Variable Partition, Paging, Demand Paging) 
•Classification of Computers and applications- Characteristics of Computers, What Computers can do, What computers can’t do, Classification of Digital Computer Systems, Anatomy of a Digital Computer 
•Introduction to Computer Usage of computer system in different domains like office, book publication, ticket reservation, banks etc. Components of PC – Mouse, keyboard, CPU, monitor, printers, scanners, modem, memory, sound cards, pen drives. 
•Introduction to Operating System( Windows 7) Working with Windows desktop, icons, taskbar, menu bar options, My Documents, My Computer, Control Panel, Recycle bin Concept of drives, folders, files Windows accessories – Notepad, WordPad, paint, clock, calendar, calculator  
•GUI Based Software – MS – Office 2010 MS-Word – Opening menus, toolbars, opening and closing documents, clipboard concept MS – Excel – Working and manipulating data with excel, formulas, functions, chart and its types MS – PowerPoint – Working with PowerPoint and presentation ,Changing layout, Graphs , Auto content wizard ,Slide show, Animation effects, Normal, outline, Slide sorter, Reading view. 
•Internet History of Internet, equipments required for Internet connection, browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla and Firefox, Google Chrome)  
 
 
w.e.f Academic Year 2012-13  G Scheme Course Name : Civil Engineering Group Course Code : CE/CR/CS/CV Semester : First 

 Basic Workshop Practice (Civil)  

 
Shop And Contents Hours 
SHOP : 1  WOOD WORKING SHOP
Contents    
Assignment ---------------------------------------------------------02+02
1. Draw sketches of different carpentry tools, wood turning lathe, Label the sketch,
write their uses and tools.
2. List five different types of woods used for carpentry. State their Properties.
Demonstration------------------------------------------------------02+02 1. Observe operation of different carpentry tools and different Wood working 16 
processes like sawing, planning, marking, Chiseling, grooving and wood turning.
2. Practice different wood working processes.
Job------------------------------------------------------------------------08
1. Prepare one simple job involving any one joint like mortise and Tenon, dovetail,
bridle, half lap etc.
2. Prepare one simple job on turning like rolling pin, chisel handle.
SHOP : 2  WELDING  SHOP
Contents
Assignment--------------------------------------------------------------02
1. Describe in brief the process of ARC welding, gas welding, gas Cutting. State the
situation where each is used.  
2. List points for selection of welding rod material, size of welding Rod, different
types of flame, sketch of elementary symbolic Representation in welding. 12 
3. Safety precautions in welding, safety equipment and it’s use in Welding process.
Demonstration----------------------------------------------------------02
1. Observe operation of ARC welding, gas welding, gas cutting Rebuilding of broken
parts with welding.
Job------------------------------------------------------------------------08
1. Prepare one simple job involving butt and lap joint.
SHOP : 3  FITTING SHOP
Contents
Assignment--------------------------------------------------------------02  
1. Draw the sketches of marking/measuring, cutting, holding and Striking tools. Write
their purpose and care to be taken.
2. Write component parts and working principle of drilling Machine and its use.
3. Prepare list of power tools, tapping dies, raw sketches of the Same and write the
use. 12 
Demonstration----------------------------------------------------------02
1. Observe different fitting, power tools and drilling machine.
2. Observe different operations in fitting shop like chipping filing Right angle
making, drilling, cutting, tapping.
Job------------------------------------------------------------------------08
      1. Prepare one simple job involving practice of chipping, filing, Drilling, tapping,
cutting etc.  
 
Shop And Contents Hours 
SHOP : 4  PLUMBING  SHOP Contents Assignment--------------------------------------------------------------02  1. Identify different types of pipes as G.I., PVC, flexible, rigid As per material used and function. 2. Identify different types of pipe fittings and accessories required For different types of pipes. 3. Identify different types of adhesives, solvents and chemicals. Demonstration----------------------------------------------------------02 1. Observe the operations of PVC pipe fittings using adhesives, Solvents and chemicals. 2. Preparation of actual drawing for pipeline layout for PVC And G.I. pipe. Calculation of bill of materials. 3. Preparing actual pipeline layout for PVC, G.I. pipe. Job------------------------------------------------------------------------08 1. Prepare one job of simple pipe joint with nipple coupling for Pipe. Pipe threading using standard die sets. 12 
TOPIC : 5  SHEET METAL  SHOP Contents Assignment--------------------------------------------------------------02  1. Draw the sketches of various types of tools, equipments and Accessories used in sheet metal shop. Also mention their use.  2. Write safety precautions to be taken while working in shop.           Demonstration----------------------------------------------------------02 1. Observe different sheet metal operations like sheet cutting, Bending, edging, curling, lancing, soldering and riveting. Job------------------------------------------------------------------------08 1. Prepare one simple job involving sheet metal operations and soldering and riveting. 12 
 
 
 
w.e.f Academic Year 2012-13 G Scheme Course Name : Electrical Engineering / Electrical Power System. Course Code : EE/EP Semester : First 

 Basic Workshop Practice (Electrical) 

 
01. Demonstration of Power Tools & Practice of Utility Items. • Advanced power tools e.g. Pneumatic Spanner, Lifting. • Tools for cutting & drilling [Manually operating tools & table mounted motor operated]. • Electrical wiring tools & accessories e. g Portable drilling ,Hammering, Crimping etc. 
02. Welding Shop. Introduction & Demonstration  to joints of metal and sheet metal pieces, various type of welding machines ,How to use , current setting, Earthing connections etc.& any one composite job  involving Butt, Lap joints from the following working pieces of . • Window Frame, Table Frame, Supporting Frame.[Electric welding] • Sheet metal pieces.[Gas & OR Electric spot welding] 
03. Plumbing Shop. Demonstration of PVC pipe joints with various PVC fittings & accessories.One job per one group of 05 students. 
04. Sheet Metal Shop. Introduction to sheet metal works like Bending, Cutting, Welding etc. & any one composite job from the following list along with guidance of supervisor & concerned teacher. [Note- Job shall be prepared of slandered size similar to sealable or marketable article] from list of article given below. One job per one group of 05 students. • Display board, • Panel board, • Switch box. 
05. Turning Shop. The turning job work shall be initially explained with pre designed  drawing & following three parts of work should be done on one job per group of five students 1] Introduction& Demonstration with utility practice of various turning activities like, Marking, Measuring, Cutting, Holding, & Striking tools.      8 Hrs 2] Any one job from following list. One job per one group of 05 students. • Plain & Taper turning. • Threading  & Knurling 10 Hrs 3] Job related to Drilling & Tapping. One job per one group of 05 students. 10 Hrs 
 
 
 
w.e.f Academic Year 2012-13 G Scheme Course Name : Electronics Engineering Group Course Code  : DE/ED/EI/EJ/EN/ET/EV/EX/IC/IE/IS/IU/MU Semester : First 

 Basic Workshop Practice (Electronics Group)        

 
WOOD WORKING SHOP:  • Demonstration of different wood working tools / machines, wood working processes, like planning, marking, chiseling, grooving, turning of wood etc. • One simple job of preparing switch board or any other similar job 
FITTING SHOP: •  Demonstration of different fitting tools and drilling machines and power tools , different operations like chipping, filing, drilling, tapping, cutting etc.  • One simple fitting job involving practice of filing, drilling, tapping, cutting etc. Such as Regulator Heat sink, Transistor Heat Sink or any other similar job 
SHEET METAL SHOP:  • Demonstration of different sheet metal tools / machines., different sheet metal operations like sheet cutting, bending,  edging, end curling, lancing , soldering and riveting. • One simple job involving sheet metal operations and soldering and riveting. Such as Battery Eliminator Box or any other similar job 
IDENTIFICATION OF ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS: •Drawing of symbols / conventions of components, devices, electromechanical switches, relays, Displays, connectors and cables used in Electronics and Electrical engineering. •Identify electromechanical components; write down the technical specifications using datasheet / Manual. •Collect the catalog from market / internet for instruments, tools required for electronic workshop and write down the specification, cost and name of the manufacturer with the help of catalog. (Catalogs of Multimeter. Power supply , function generator, CRO). 
ELECTRONIC SOLDERING SHOP: 
 
 
 

 w.e.f Academic Year 2012-13 G Scheme Course Name : Mechanical Engineering / Chemical Engineering    Course Code : AE/CH/FE/ME/MH/MI/PG/PT/PS Semester : First 

 Basic Workshop Practice (Mechanical & Chemical Group) 

 

WOOD WORKING SHOP: Demonstration of different wood working tools and machines. Demonstration of different wood working processes, like planning, marking, chiseling, grooving, turning of wood etc. One simple job involving any one joint like mortise and tenon, dovetail, bridle, half lap etc for each students 

WELDING SHOP : Demonstration of different welding tools / machines. Demonstration on Arc Welding, Gas Welding, gas cutting and rebuilding of broken parts with welding. One simple job involving butt and lap joint. For each students 

PLUMBING SHOP: Demonstration of different plumbing tools Demonstration of different operations in plumbing, observing different pipe joints and pipe accessories. Different samples of PVC pipes and PVC pipe fittings.  One job on simple pipe joint with nipple coupling for standard pipe. Pipe threading using standard die sets. (For each student) Demonstration of PVC pipe joint with various fittings. Exercise for students on preparing actual pipeline layout for G.I. Pipe or PVC pipe. Preparing actual drawing and bill of material. 

SHEET METAL SHOP: Demonstration of different sheet metal tools / machines. Demonstration of different sheet metal operations like sheet cutting, bending, edging, end curling, lancing, soldering and riveting. One simple job involving sheet metal operations and soldering and riveting. For each student. One composite job from the following: Letter box, Trunk, Grain Container, Water-heater Container, Bucket, Waste Paper Basket, Cooler Tray, Water-draining Channel, etc. (including soldering and riveting) [Batch size should be selected depending on volume of work. Job allotted should comprise of 4-6 hours of actual working ions. Student shall calculate the cost of material and labor cost required for their job from the drawing.}       

 
w.e.f Academic Year 2012-13  G Scheme Course Name : Computer Engineering Group Course Code  : CD/CM/CO/CW/IF Semester : First 

 Basic Workshop Practice (Computer) 

1. Introduction to Various External Peripheral Devices •Different types of keyboards •Different types of Mouse •Different types of Scanners •Different types of Modems •Different types of printers •CD writers, speakers, CD read /write drive •Microphones, LCD projectors, Pen drives, DVD drive •Different types of Monitors 
2. Introduction to Various Internal Devices •Different makes of hard disks •Different types of network Interface cards •Different types of cables such as data cables, printer cables, network cables, power cables etc. •Different types of floppy disk •Motherboard connection •Graphics Card connection •Network Interface card connection 
3. Physical Connections of different peripheral Devices •Connection of Mouse to different ports •Connection of keyboards to different ports •Connection of Monitors •Connection of Printers •Different switch settings of printers •Printer's self test •Jumper settings of hard disks •Attaching FDD,HDD and CD drives •Attaching Pen Drives and DVDs •Attaching Scanners 
 
 
 
 

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