A copy of it will be kept with the Head of Department, faculty advisor/counselor and the student. It will be evaluated by the departmental committee consisting of the Head of Department, seminar supervisor and a senior faculty member. The end-semester examination of the UG main project will be conducted by the same committee appointed for the UG mini-project.
For merit ranking or comparison purposes or any other listing, only the ‘rounded off’
For calculations listed in regulations 9.6 to 9.9, performance in failed subjects/ courses (securing F grade) will also be taken into account, and the credits of such subjects/
After the completion of each semester, a grade card or grade sheet (or transcript) shall be issued to all the registered students of that semester, indicating the letter grades and
Declaration of results
Withholding of results
The maximum credits a student earns for the award of the degree will be the sum of the total number of credits secured in all regulations of his/her study including Regulation R16. The assessment of the student's performance will be made after the exclusion of two courses if the total credits earned is ≤ 206, three courses if the total credits earned is > 206 (see Regulation R16 for exclusion details). Note: If a student readmitted under Regulation R16, has not studied any subject/topic in his previous regulations of study which is a prerequisite for further subjects under Regulation R16, the Principals of the College concerned will conduct remedial lessons for cover those subjects/topics for the benefit of students.
Academic regulations R16 under which the student was readmitted apply to that student as of this semester. A regulation R09/R13/R15 student who has been held back for lack of credits will only be promoted to the next semester of regulations R16 after obtaining the required credits in accordance with the relevant regulations for his/her first admission. If a student readmitted to R16 regulations has any subject that shares 80% of the curriculum with his previous regulations, that subject will be replaced in R16 regulations with another subject proposed by the University.
The student must register for 144 marks and secure 144 marks with CGPA ≥ 5 from II year to IV year B.Tech. Out of the secured 144 marks, the student can obtain exemption up to 6 marks, i.e. one open elective and one professional elective or two professional electives, resulting in 138 marks for the B.Tech degree performance evaluation. The students who do not fulfill the requirement for the award of the degree for six academic years from the year of admission will lose their place in B.Tech.
Exclusion from the examination hall and cancellation of performance in that subject only of all students concerned. Removal from the examination hall and cancellation of appearance in that subject and all other subjects in which the student has already participated, including practical examinations and project work, will not be allowed for the remaining examinations of the subjects of that semester/year. Removal of students of the colleges from the examination hall and cancellation of performance in that subject and all others.
Professional Elective - III CS731PE Graph Theory CS732PE Distributed Systems CS733PE Machine Learning. Open Elective – Students must take open electives from the list of open electives offered only by other departments/branches. For example: - A Mechanical Engineering student can take Open Electives from all other departments/branches, except Open Electives offered by the Mechanical Engineering department.
TECH. III AND IV YEARS S
Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) Lab
To provide hands-on experience in the use of various engineering materials, tools, equipment and processes common in the engineering field. It explains the construction, operation, use and application of various work tools, equipment and machinery. Identification and use of marking tools, hand tools, measuring equipment and for working with prescribed tolerances.
TRADES FOR EXERCISES
Practice manufacturing components using workshop trades including plumbing, assembly, carpentry, foundry, house wiring and welding. Identify and apply appropriate tools for various branches of engineering processes including drilling, material removal, measuring, chiselling.
TRADES FOR DEMONSTRATION and EXPOSURE
Beta and Gamma functions: Beta and Gamma functions, properties, relationship between Beta and Gamma functions, evaluation of integrals using Beta and Gamma functions. Sections and developments: sections of right regular bodies – prism, cylinder, pyramid, cone – auxiliary views. Isometric and orthographic projections: Principles of isometric projection – Isometric scale – Isometric representations – Conventions – Isometric representations of lines, plane figures, simple bodies – Conversion of isometric representations to orthographic representations.
To understand the basic concepts like Abstract Data Types, Linear and Non-linear Data Structures. To understand the behavior of data structures such as stacks, rows, trees, hash tables, search trees, graphs and their representations. To learn to implement ADTs like lists, stacks, queues, trees, graphs, search trees in C++ to solve problems.
Ability to design programs using a variety of data structures, such as stacks, queues, hash tables, binary trees, search trees, heaps, graphs, and B-trees. Basic concepts - Data objects and structures, Algorithm specification introduction, Recursive algorithms, Data abstraction, Performance analysis - time complexity and space complexity, Asymptotic notation - Big O, Omega and Theta notations, Examples of complexity analysis, Introduction to linear and non-linear data structures. Object-oriented thinking - A way of looking at the world - Agents and communities, messages and methods, responsibilities, classes and instances, class hierarchies - Inheritance, method binding, overriding and exceptions, summary of object-oriented concepts.
Java The Complete Reference, 9th Edition, Herbert Schildt, McGraw Hill Education (India) Pvt. Ltd. 2. Understanding Object-Oriented Programming with Java, Updated Edition, T. Budd, Pearson Education. Write and run programs in C++ to solve problems using data structures such as arrays, linked lists, stacks, queues, trees, graphs, hash tables, and search trees. Able to implement data structures such as stacks, queues, search trees and hash tables to solve various computing problems.
Write a C++ program that implements the Insertion sort algorithm to arrange a list of integers in ascending order.
Write a C++ program that implements Insertion sort algorithm to arrange a list of integers in ascending order
Write a template-based C++ program that implements a selection sort algorithm to sort a list of elements in descending order. Write a template-based C++ program that implements a quicksort algorithm to sort a list of elements in ascending order. Write a C++ program that implements the heap sort algorithm to sort a list of integers in ascending order.
Write a C++ program that implements the Merge sort algorithm for sorting a list of integers in ascending order. To get acquainted with a personal computer and its basic peripherals, the process of assembling a personal computer, installation of system software such as MS Windows, Linux and required device drivers, the troubleshooting process at the hardware and software level. To introduce connecting the PC to the Internet from home and workplace and the effective use of the Internet, use of web browsers, e-mail, newsgroups and discussion forums.
To gain knowledge about cyber hygiene, that is, protecting the personal computer against contamination by viruses, worms and other cyber attacks. To introduce the use of productivity tools in creating professional word documents, Excel spreadsheets and powerpoint presentations using open office tools and LaTeX. Draw the block diagram of the CPU along with the configuration of the CPU and its functions.
Draw a block diagram of the CPU along with the configuration of each peripheral and submit it to your instructor.
Hardware Troubleshooting: Students have to be given a PC which does not boot due to improper assembly or defective peripherals. They should identify the problem and fix
The IT workshop is a training laboratory course to get training in PC hardware, internet and. PC Hardware: Students must work on a working PC to disassemble and reassemble into working order and install operating systems such as Linux or any other on the same PC.
Software Troubleshooting: Students have to be given a malfunctioning CPU due to system software problems. They should identify the problem and fix it to get the computer
Creating Power Point: Student should work on basic power point utilities and tools in Latex and Ms Office/equivalent (FOSS) which help them create basic power point
Course management system (CMS)
A course management system (CMS) is a collection of software tools that provide an online environment for course interactions. An integrated email tool that allows participants to send announcement emails to the entire class or to a subset of the entire class. In addition, a CMS is typically integrated with other databases at the university, so that students enrolled in a particular course are automatically registered in the CMS as participants in that course.
The Course Management System (CMS) is an online application for departmental staff, Academic Senate and Registrar's staff to view, enter and manage course information previously submitted in paper form. Departments can use the CMS to create new course proposals, submit changes to existing courses, and track the progress of proposals as they move through online approval stages.
Introduction to Analytics and R Programming (NOS 2101): Introduction to R, R Studio (GUI): R Windows Environment, introduction to various data types, numeric, character, date, data frame, array, matrix etc., Reading of datasets, Working with different types of .txt files,. Manage your work to meet the requirements (NOS 9001): Understanding learning objectives, Getting to work and meeting requirements, Time management, Work management and prioritization, Adherence to quality and standards,. Work Effectively with Colleagues (NOS 9002): Introduction to Working Effectively, Teamwork, Professionalism, Effective Communication Skills, etc.
Introduction to Probability and Statistics Using R, ISBN is a textbook written for an undergraduate course in probability and statistics. Exception Handling and Event Handling: Introduction, Exception Handling in Ada, C++, Java, Introduction to Event Handling, Event Handling with Java and C#. Numbers - Introduction to numbers, integers, real floating point numbers, complex numbers, operators, built-in functions, related modules.
Database – Introduction to SQLite Database, Creating and Opening a Database, Creating Tables, Inserting Retrieving and Deleting Data, Registering Content Providers, Using Content Providers (Insert, Delete, Retrieve and Update). Introduction to Python - Language features in Python, Data types, data structures, Control flow, functions, modules, packaging, file handling, data/time operations, classes, Exception handling. Introduction to Semantic Web: Limitations of Current Web – Development of Semantic Web – Emergence of the Social Web – Social Network Analysis: Development of Social Network Analysis – Key Concepts and Approaches in Network Analysis – Electronic Sources of Network Analysis: Electronic Discussion Networks, Blogs and Online Communities – Web-based networks – Applications of Social Network Analysis.
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TECH. AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING INTRODUCTION TO SPACE TECHNOLOGY
Fundamentals of rocket propulsion and trajectories: Space mission types-space environment-selection of launch vehicles.; Introduction to Rocket Propulsion-Solid Propellant Rocket Basics-Liquid Propellant Rocket Basics-Rocket Equation, Two-Dimensional Trajectories of Rockets and Missiles-Multi-Stage Rockets-Vehicle Sizes-Two Multi-Stage Rockets-Balance Ratios-Single Stage to Orbit- Rocket Probe-Aerospace Aircraft- Gravitational Trajectories-Calculation of impact point-Injection ratio-Air dispersions UNIT- II. Atmospheric re-entry: Introduction-Steep ballistic re-entry-Ballistic orbital re-entry-Jump re-entry-“Double-Dip” re-entry - Aero braking - Lifting body re-entry. Fundamentals of orbital mechanics, orbital maneuvers: Two-body motion-circular, elliptical, hyperbolic and parabolic orbits-Basic orbital elements-Ground tracks.
Satellite Attitude Dynamics: Torque Free Axisymmetric Rigid Body - Attitude Control for Rotating Spacecraft - Attitude Control for Non-Rotating Spacecraft - The Yo-Yo Mechanism - Gravity - Gradient Satellite - Double Turn Spacecraft - Attitude Determination. Space Mission Operations: Supporting Ground System Architecture and Team Interfaces – Mission Phases and Core Operations – Team Responsibilities – Mission Diversity – Standard Operating Practices.
TECH. AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING INTRODUCTION TO AEROSPACE ENGINEERING