**Syllabus of B.tech. I-Year all Branch all Subjects (RGPV)**

Table of Contents

Toggle**Syllabus of BT-201 (Engineering Physics) **

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**Module -1 : Wave nature of particles and the Schrodinger equation**

- Introduction to Quantum mechanics,

- Wave nature of Particles, operators,

- Time-dependent and time independent

- Schrodinger equation for wave function,

- Application: Particle in a One dimensional Box,

- Born interpretation,

- Free-particle wave function and wave-packets,

- vg and vp relation Uncertainty principle.

**Module -2 : Wave optics**

- Huygens’ principle, superposition of waves

- Interference of light by wave front splitting and amplitude splitting;

- Young’s double slit experiment, Newton’s rings,

- Michelson interferometer, Mach-Zehnder interferometer.

- Fraunhofer diffraction from a single slit and a circular aperture,

- Rayleigh criterion for limit of resolution and its application to vision;

- Diffraction gratings and their resolving power.

**Module -3 : Introduction to solids**

- Free electron theory of metals,

- Fermi level of Intrinsic and extrinsic,

- Density of states, Bloch’s theorem for particles in a periodic potential,

- Kronig-Penney model (no derivation) and origin of energy bands.

- V-I characteristics of PN junction,

- Zener diode, Solar Cell,

- Hall Effect.

**Module -4 : Lasers**

- Einstein’s theory of matter radiation interaction and A and B coefficients;

- Amplification of light by population inversion,

- Different types of lasers:

- Gas lasers ( He-Ne, CO2),

- Solid-state lasers(ruby, Neodymium),

- Properties of laser beams: mono-chromaticity,

- Coherence, directionality and brightness,

- Laser speckles, applications of lasers in science,

- Engineering and medicine.

- Introduction to Optical fiber, acceptance angle and cone,

- Numerical aperture, V number, attenuation.

**Module -5 : Electrostatics in vacuum,**

- Calculation of electric field and electrostatic potential for a charge distribution;

- Electric displacement,

- Basic Introduction to Dielectrics, Gradient, Divergence and curl,

- Stokes’ theorem

- Gauss Theorem,

- Continuity equation for current densities;

- Maxwell’s equation in vacuum and non-conducting medium;

- Poynting vector.

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**Syllabus of BT-102 (Mathematics-I) **

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**Module-1 : Calculus**

- Rolle’s theorem,

- Mean Value theorems,

- Expansion of functions by Mc.Laurin’s for one variable

- Expansion of functions byTaylor’s for one variable

- Taylor’s theorem for function of two variables,

- Partial Differentiation,

- Maxima & Minima (two and three variables),

- Method of Lagranges Multipliers.

**Module-2 : Calculus**

- Definite Integral as a limit of a sum

- Its application in summation of

- series; Beta and Gamma functions and their properties;

- Applications of definite integrals to evaluate surface areas and volumes of revolutions.

- Multiple Integral,

- Change the order of the integration,

- Applications of multiple integral for calculating area and volumes of the curves.

**Module-3 : Sequences and series**

- Convergence of sequence and series,

- Tests for convergence;

- Power series,

- Taylor’s series,

- Series for exponential,

- Trigonometric and logarithm functions;

- Fourier series:

- Half range sine and cosine series,

- Parseval’s theorem.

**Module-4 : Vector Spaces**

- Vector Space,Vector Sub Space,

- Linear Combination of Vectors,

- Linearly Dependent,

- Linearly Independent,

- Basis of a Vector Space,

- Linear Transformations.

**Module-5 : Matrices**

- Rank of a Matrix,

- Solution of Simultaneous Linear Equations by

- Elementary Transformation,

- Consistency of Equation,

- Eigen Values and Eigen Vectors,

- Diagonalization of Matrices,

- Cayley-Hamilton theorem its applications to find inverse.

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**Syllabus of BT-203 (Basic Mechanical Engineering) **

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**Unit-1 : Materials**

- Materials and Classification of materials

- Ferrous Materials used in Engineering Applications: Wrought iron, cast iron

- Steel and its classifications, Alloy steels and applications

- Tensile test – Stress strain diagram of ductile & brittle material,

- Hooks law & Modulus of Elasticity.

- Mechanical properties of materials

- Iron-Carbon Diagram

- Constituents of Iron and Steel

- Hardness Test of Material, Impact Test of Material

- Materials and Classification of materials

**UNIT-2 : Measurement and Production Engineering**

- Measurement, accuracy and precision, Methods of measurements,

- Error in measurement, Types of error.

- Temperature, Principle of temperature measurement, Thermocouples

- Resistance thermometer, Thermistor, Total radiation Pyrometer

- Pressure, Absolute, Gauge, Atmospheric, Vacuum Pressures & Pressure measurement.

- Velocity Measurement

- Flow measurement

- Strain measurement,

- Torque measurement

- Force measurement

- Vernier caliper, Micrometer

- Dial gauge, Slip gauge, Sine bar, Combination set

- Some important manufacturing processes: Casting, Carpentry and welding

- Definition related to machine tools, Lathe Machine, Principle of operation of Lathe machine, Basic Elements of Lathe Machine

- Specification of lathe machine, Types of operation performed on Lathe machine

- Drilling Machine, Principle of Operation of Drilling Machine

**UNIT-3 : Fluids**

- Fluid, Types of fluid and Properties of fluids

- Viscosity, Newton’s law of Viscosity

- Pressure, Atmospheric, Gauge and Absolute Pressure, Pascal’s Law

- Types of fluid flow

- Discharge, Continuity Equation

- Euler’s Equation,

- Bernoulli’s Equations: Derivation & Problems

- Hydraulic Machines

- Power generating & Power absorbing machines

**UNIT-4 : Thermodynamics and Steam Engineering**

- Thermodynamic, system, Surroundings and Boundary,

- Thermodynamic properties, equilibrium,

- Zeroth law of thermodynamics

- Work, path and point function,

- pdV work in various quasi-static processes, Problems

- Heat, Type of Heat, First law of thermodynamics and Enthalpy

- First law for a closed system undergoing a change of state,

- PMM 1, Limitations of the First Law

- Thermal reservoir, Heat Engine, Heat pump ,

- Refrigerator Second Law of Thermodynamics, Entropy

- Pure substance, Phase, Saturation temperature & pressure,

- Quality or dryness fraction, properties of steam, Types of Steam,

- use of steam tables. Problems on Steam Properties

**Boilers:**Its classification and working

- Boiler mounting and Boiler accessories

- Boiler Draught, Natural and artificial draught.

**UNIT-5 : Reciprocating Machines**

- IC Engine components & Terminology.

- Working of Four stroke Petrol Engine ,

- Working of two stroke Petrol engine,

- Working of Four stroke Petrol Engine ,

- Working of two stroke Petrol engine,

- Introduction of steam engine, Working of steam engine,

- Parts of Steam Engine

- Carnot cycle, Efficiency of Otto Cycle

- Diesel cycle & its efficiency, Dual cycle

- Working principle of compressor

- Introduction of steam engine,

**== END OF UNITS==**

**Syllabus of BT-204 (Basic Civil Engineering & Mechanics) **

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**Unit-1 : Building Materials & Construction**

- Building Materials & Construction Stones, bricks,

- cement, Building Materials & Construction lime,

- timber-types, properties, test & uses,

- Laboratory tests concrete and mortar

**Materials:**Workability, Strength properties of Concrete,

- Nominal proportion of Concrete preparation of concrete,

- Compaction, curing. Elements of Building Construction,

- Foundations conventional spread footings,

- RCC footings, Brick masonry walls,

- Plastering and pointing, floors, roofs,

- Doors, windows, lintels,

- Staircases – types and their suitability

**UNIT-2 : Surveying & Positioning**

- Surveying & Positioning Introduction

- Introduction to surveying Instruments – levels,

- theodolites, Plane tables and related devices.

- Electronic surveying instruments etc.

- Measurement of distances – conventional and EDM methods,

- Measurement of directions by different methods,

- Measurement of elevations by different methods.

- Reciprocal leveling.

**UNIT-3 : Mapping & sensing**

- Mapping & sensing Introduction

- Mapping details and contouring,

- Profile Cross sectioning and measurement of areas,

- volumes, Application of measurements in quantity computations,

- Survey stations, Introduction of remote sensing and its applications.

- Engineering Mechanics

**UNIT-4 : Forces and Equilibrium**

- Forces and Equilibrium Introduction

- Graphical and Analytical Treatment of Concurrent nand nonconcurrent Co- planner forces, Free Diagram, n Force Diagram and Bow’s notations,

- Application of Equilibrium Concepts:

**Analysis of plane Trusses**: Method of joints, Method of Sections.

- Frictional force in equilibrium problems

**UNIT-5 : Center of Gravity and moment of Inertia**

- Centroid and Center of Gravity,

- Moment Inertia of Area and Mass,

- Radius of Gyration,

- Introduction to product of Inertia and Principle Axes.

- Support Reactions, Shear force and bending moment Diagram for Cantilever & simply supported beam with concentrated,

- distributed load and Couple.

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**Syllabus of BT-205 (Basic Computer Engineering) **

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**Unit-1 : Computer & Operating System**

- Computer: Definition, Classification, Organization i.e. CPU, register, Bus architecture,

- Instruction set, Memory & Storage Systems, I/O Devices, and System & Application Software.

- Computer Application in e-Business, Bio-Informatics, health Care,

- Computer Application in Remote Sensing & GIS, Meteorology and Climatology,

- Computer Application in Computer Gaming, Multimedia and Animation etc.

- Operating System: Definition, Function, Types,

- Management of File, Process & Memory.

- Introduction to MS word, MS power point, MS Excel

**UNIT-2 : Introduction to Algorithms**

- Introduction to Algorithms, Complexities and Flowchart,

- Introduction to Programming, Categories of Programming Languages,

- Program Design, Programming Paradigms, Characteristics or Concepts of OOP,

- Procedure Oriented Programming VS object oriented Programming.

- Introduction to C++: Character Set, Tokens,

- Precedence and Associativity, Program Structure,

- Data Types, Variables, Operators, Expressions,

- Statements and control structures,

- I/O operations, Array, Functions,

**UNIT-3 : Object & Classes**

- Object & Classes, Scope Resolution Operator,

- Constructors & Destructors, Friend Functions, Inheritance,

- Polymorphism, Overloading Functions & Operators,

- Types of Inheritance, Virtual functions.

- Introduction to Data Structures.

**UNIT-4 : Computer Networking**

- Computer Networking: Introduction, Goals, ISO-OSI Model, Functions of Different Layers.

- Internet working Concepts, Devices, TCP/IP Model.

- Introduction to Internet, World Wide Web, E-commerce

- Computer Security Basics: Introduction to viruses, worms, malware, Trojans, Spyware and Anti-Spyware Software,

- Different types of attacks like Money Laundering, Information Theft,

- Cyber Pornography, Email spoofing, Denial of Service (DoS),

- Cyber Stalking, Logic bombs, Hacking Spamming,

- Cyber Defamation, pharming Security measures Firewall,

- Computer Ethics & Good Practices,

- Introduction of Cyber Laws about Internet Fraud,

- Good Computer Security Habits,

**UNIT-5 : Data base Management System**

- Data base Management System: Introduction, File oriented approach and Database approach,

- Data Models, Architecture of Database System,

- Data independence, Data dictionary, DBA, Primary Key,

- Data definition language and Manipulation Languages.

- Cloud computing: definition, cloud infrastructure,

- cloud segments or service delivery models (IaaS, PaaS and SaaS),

- cloud deployment models/ types of cloud (public, private, community and hybrid clouds),

- Pros and Cons of cloud computing

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**Syllabus of BT-206 Language Lab & Seminars (Lab Only) **

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- Introducing oneself, family, social roles.
- Public Speaking and oral skills with emphasis on conversational practice, extempore speech, JAM(Just a minute sessions), describing objects and situations, giving directions, debate, telephonic etiquette.
- Reading Comprehension: Intensive reading skills, rapid reading, and reading aloud (Reading material to be selected by the teacher).
- To write a book review. Standard text must be selected by the teacher.
- Role plays: preparation and delivery topic to be selected by teacher/faculty.

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**Syllabus of BT-101 (Engineering Chemistry) **

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**UNIT-1 : Water–Analysis, Treatments and Industrial Applications**

- Water Sources,

- Water Impurities,

- Water Hardness & its units,

- Determination of hardness by EDTA method,

- Alkalinity & It’s determination

- Related numerical problems.

**UNIT-2 : Boiler problem & softening methods**

- Boiler troubles (Sludge & Scale, Priming & Foaming,

- Boiler Corrosion, Caustic Embrittlement),

- Softening methods (Lime-Soda, Zeolite and Ion Exchange Methods)

- Related numerical problems.

**UNIT-3 : Lubricants and Lubrication**

- Introduction, Mechanism of lubrication,

- Classification of lubricants, significance & determination of Viscosity and Viscosity Index,

- Flash & Fire Points, Cloud & Pour Points, Aniline Point,

- Acid Number, Saponification Number, Steam Emulsification Number

- Related numerical problems.

**UNIT-4 : Polymer & polymerization**

- Introduction to polymer, types of polymerisation, Classification,

- Mechanism of polymerisation (Free radical & Ionic polymerization).

- Thermoplastic & Thermosetting polymers Elementary idea of Biodegradable polymers, preparation,

- Properties & uses of the following polymers- PVC, PMMA, Teflon, Nylon 6, Nylon 6:6,

- Properties & uses of the following Polyester phenol formaldehyde, Urea- Formaldehyde,

- Properties & uses of Buna N, Buna S, Vulcanization of Rubber.

**UNIT-5 : Phase equilibrium and Corrosion**

- Phase diagram of single component system (Water)

- Phase diagram of binary Eutectic System (Cu-Ag.)

- Corrosion: Types, Mechanisms & prevention.

**UNIT-6 : Spectroscopic techniques and application**

- Principle, Instrumentation & Applications,

- electronics spectroscopy,

- Vibrational & Rotational

- Spectroscopy of diatomic molecules.

**UNIT-7 : Periodic properties**

- Effective Nuclear Charge, Variations: S, P, d & f Orbital energies of atoms in periodic table,

- Electronics Configuration, atomic & Ionic sizes,

- electron affinity & electro negativity,

- Ploarizability & Oxidation States.

**== END OF UNITS==**

**Syllabus of BT-202 (Mathematics-II ) **

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**Module-1 : Ordinary Differential Equations I**

- Differential Equations of First Order and First Degree (Leibnitz linear, Bernoulli’s, Exact),

- Differential Equations of First Order and Higher Degree,

- Higher order differential equations with constants coefficients,

- Homogeneous Linear Differential equations,

- Simultaneous Differential Equations.

**Module-2 : Ordinary differential Equations II**

- Second order linear differential equations with variable coefficients,

- Method of variation of parameters,

- Power series solutions;

- Legendre polynomials,

- Bessel functions of the first kind and their properties.

**Module-3 : Partial Differential Equations**

- Formulation of Partial Differential equations,

- Linear Partial Differential Equations,

- Non-Linear Partial Differential Equations,

- Homogeneous Linear Partial Differential Equations with Constants Coefficients.

**Module-4 : Functions of Complex Variable**

- Functions of Complex Variables:

- Analytic Functions,

- Harmonic Conjugate,

- Cauchy-Riemann Equations (without proof),

- Line Integral,

- Cauchy-Goursat theorem (without proof),

- Cauchy Integral formula (without proof),

- Singular Points, Poles & Residues,

- Residue Theorem,

- Application of Residues theorem for Evaluation of Real Integral (Unit Circle).

**Module-5 : Vector Calculus**

- Differentiation of Vectors,

- Scalar and vector point function,

- Gradient,

- Geometrical meaning of gradient,

- Directional Derivative,

- Divergence and Curl,

- Line Integral,

- Surface Integral and Volume Integral,

- Gauss Divergence,

- Stokes and Green theorems.

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**Syllabus of BT-103 (English for Communication) **

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**UNIT-1 : Identifying Common errors in writing**

- Identifying Common errors in writing:

- Articles, Subject-Verb Agreement,

- Prepositions, Active and Passive Voice,

- Reported Speech: Direct and Indirect,

- Sentence Structure.

**UNIT-2 : Vocabulary building and Comprehension**

- Vocabulary building and Comprehension:

- Acquaintance with prefixes from foreign languages in English to form derivatives,

- Acquaintance with suffixes from foreign languages in English to form derivatives,

- synonyms,

- antonyms,

- Reading comprehension.

**UNIT-3 : Communication**

- Communication: Introduction, Meaning and Significance,

- Process of Communication,

- Oral and Written Communication,

- 7 c’s of Communication,

- Barriers to Communication and Ways to overcome them,

- Importance of Communication for Technical students,

- nonverbal communication.

**UNIT-4 : Developing Writing Skills**

- Developing Writing Skills: Planning, Drafting and Editing,

- Precise Writing, Précis,

- Technical definition and Technical description.

- Report Writing: Features of writing a good Report,

- Structure of a Formal Report, Report of Trouble,

- Laboratory Report, Progress Report.

**UNIT-5 : Business Correspondence**

- Business Correspondence:

- Importance of Business Letters, Parts and Layout;

- Application of Business Letters,

- Contents of good Resume, guidelines for writing Resume,

- Calling/ Sending Quotation, Order,

- Complaint, E-mail and Tender.

**== END OF UNITS==**

**Syllabus of BT-104 (Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering) **

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**UNIT-1 : D.C. Circuits**

- Voltage and current sources,

- Dependent and independent sources, Units and dimensions,

- Source Conversion, Ohm’s Law, Kirchhoff’s Law,

- Superposition theorem, Thevenin’s theorem and their Application for

- analysis of series and parallel resistive circuits excited by independent voltage sources,

- Power & Energy in such circuits.

- Mesh & nodal analysis,

- Star Delta transformation & circuits.

**UNIT-2 : 1- phase AC Circuits**

- Generation of sinusoidal AC voltage,

- Definition of average value, R.M.S. value,

- Form factor and peak factor of AC quantity ,

- Concept of phasor, Concept of Power factor,

- Concept of impedance and admittance,

- Active, reactive and apparent power,

- Analysis of R-L, R-C, R-L-C series & parallel circuit

- 3-phase AC Circuits: Necessity and advantages of three phase systems,

- Meaning of Phase sequence,

- Balanced and unbalanced supply and loads.

- Relationship between line and phase values for balanced star and delta connections.

- Power in balanced & unbalanced three-phase system and their measurements

**UNIT-3 : Magnetic Circuits**

- Basic definitions, of Magnetic Circuits

- Magnetization characteristics of Ferro magnetic materials,

- Self inductance and mutual inductance, energy in linear magnetic systems,

- Coils connected in series, AC excitation in magnetic circuits,

- Magnetic field produced by current carrying conductor,

- Force on a current carrying conductor. Induced voltage,

- Laws of electromagnetic Induction, direction of induced E.M.F.

- Single phase transformer- General construction,

- Working principle, e.m.f. equation, equivalent circuits,

- phasor diagram, voltage regulation,

- Losses and efficiency,

- Open circuit and short circuit test

**UNIT-4 : Electrical Machines**

- Electrical Machines definition, Construction,

- Classification & Working Principle of DC machine,

- Induction machine and synchronous machine.

- Working principle of 3-Phase induction motor,

- Concept of slip in 3- Phase induction motor,

- Explanation of Torque-slip characteristics of 3-Phase induction motor.

- Types of losses occurring in electrical machines.

- Applications of DC machine,

- Induction machine and synchronous machine.

**UNIT-5 : Basic Electronics**

- Number systems & Their conversion used in digital electronics,

- De morgan’s theorem,

- Logic Gates, half and full adder circuits,

- R-S flip flop, J-K flip flop.

- Introduction to Semiconductors, Diodes,

- V-I characteristics,

- Bipolar junction transistors (BJT) and their working,

- Introduction to CC, CB & CE

- Transistor configurations,

- Different configurations and modes of operation of BJT

**== END OF UNITS==**

**Syllabus of BT-105 (Engineering Graphics ) **

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**Module-1 : INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING DRAWING**

- Principles of Engineering Graphics and their significance,

- usage of Drawing instruments, lettering,

- Conic sections, Ellipse by Arcs of circle method

- Ellipse by Concentric Circle Method and rectangle method

- Parabola by rectangle method and tangent method

- Ellipse, Parabola and Hyperbola by General Method

- Hyperbola by rectangular method

- Introduction to Special curve,

- Draw Cycloid Draw Epicycloid & Hypocycloid

- Draw Involute of Circle, Equilateral triangle, Square

- Introduction to Scale, Solve & Draw Plain Scale Problems

- Principle of Diagonal Scale, Problem based on Diagonal Scale

- Problem based on Vernier Scale

**Module-2 : ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION**

- Orthographic Projections, Principle, Conventions,

- First angle Projection & Third angle projection

- Projections of Points,

- Projection of Line inclined to one plane

- Projection of Line inclined to both plane

- Introduction to Plane, types of planes, Projection of planes inclined to one plane

- Problem on Projection of plane inclined one plane

- Problem on Projection of plane inclined to both plane

**Module-3 : PROJECTION OF SOLIDS**

- Introduction to Solid, Types of solids.

- Problem on Projection of Cylinder & Cone

- Axes parallel and perpendicular & inclined to both plane

- Problem on Projection of Pyramid & sphere

- Axes parallel and perpendicular & inclined to both plane

- Draw simple annotation, dimensioning and scale,

- Draw Floor plans Draw windows, doors, and fixtures such as WC,

- bath, sink, shower, etc.

**Module-4 : SECTIONS AND SECTIONAL VIEWS**

- Introduction to Section of Solid, section planes, sectional views

- Draw Section of Pyramids & Prism and True shape of the section

- Draw Section of cylinder, cones & sphere and True shape of the section

- Introduction and Draw Development of Surface Cube & Prism

- Draw Development of Cylinder & Pyramids,

- Development of Cones

- Sectional orthographic views of geometrical solids

- Objects from industry and dwellings Bolts & Screw

**Module-5 : ISOMETRIC PROJECTIONS**

- Introduction to isometric projection, Isometric scales,

- Isometric views of right solid Prisms,

- Isometric views of Simple objects.

- Compound Solids

**Module-6 : OVERVIEW OF COMPUTER GRAPHICS**

- Introduction of CAD, Application, Benefits & Limitations

- Introduction of Auto CAD, Basic Commands

- Edit Command, Utility Command, Transformation Command.

**Module-7 : CUSTOMISATION AND CAD DRAWING**

- Set up of the drawing page and the printer,

- including scale settings

- Setting up of units and drawing limits; ISO and ANSI standards for coordinate dimensioning and tolerancing

- Orthographic constraints, Snap to objects manually and automatically

- Producing drawings by using various coordinate input entry methods to draw straight lines Applying various ways of drawing circles

**Module-8 : ANNOTATIONS**

- Annotations, layering & other functions covering applying dimensions to objects, applying annotations to drawings

- Setting up and use of Layers, Changing line lengths, CAD Modelling

- Print command, Orthographic projections techniques, Drawing sectional views, Modelling, Dimensioning guidelines, tolerance techniques

**Module-9 : 2D AND 3D MODELLING**

- Geometry and topology of engineered components

- 2D blueprint form and as 3D wire-frame and shaded solids

- Meshed topologies, toolpath generation for component manufacture

- Use of solid modeling software for creating associative models at the component and assembly levels

- Floor Plans include : windows, doors, and fixtures such as WC, bath, sink, shower, etc

- Applying colour coding according to building drawing

- Drawing sectional elevation showing foundation to ceiling; Introduction to Building Information Modelling

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**Syllabus of BT-106 Manufacturing Practices (Lab Only) **

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1. Manufacturing Methods- casting, forming, machining, joining, advanced manufacturing methods (3 lectures)

2. CNC machining, Additive manufacturing (1 lecture)

3. Fitting operations & power tools (1 lecture)

4. Electrical &Electronics (1 lecture)

5. Carpentry (1 lecture)

6. Plastic moulding, glass cutting (1 lecture)

7. Metal casting (1 lecture)

8. Welding (arc welding & gas welding), brazing (1 lecture)

**== END OF UNITS==**

** ==End of First Year Syllabus== **