Course Objectives & Outcomes

I YEAR

Course Code

Course Title

Total Number of contact hours

Credits

Lecture (L)

Tutorial (T)

Practical (P)

Total Hours

51001

English

2

2

4

51002

Mathematics-I

3

1

4

6

51008

Mathematical Methods

3

1

4

6

51004

Engineering Physics

2

1

3

4

51005

Engineering chemistry

2

2

4

51006

Computer Programming & Data Structures

3

3

6

51007

Engineering Drawing

2

3

5

4

51604

Computer Programming Lab

3

3

4

51605

Engineering Physics/ Engineering Chemistry Lab

3

3

4

51606

English Language Communication Skills Lab

3

3

4

51607

IT Workshop / Engineering Workshop

3

3

4

Total

17

3

15

35

50

II-Year/I-Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Number of contact hours

Credits

Lecture (L)

Tutorial (T)

Practical (P)

Total Hours

53007 Mathematics-III

3

1

4

3

53019 Probability Theory & Stochastic Processes

3

1

4

3

53013 Environmental Studies

3

1

4

3

53010 Electrical Circuits

4

1

5

4

53009 Eletronic Devies & Circuits

4

4

4

53021 Signals & Systems

4

1

5

4

53606 Eletronic Devices & Circuits Lab

3

3

2

53607 Basic Simulation Lab

3

3

2

   Total

21

5

6

32

25

 

 

 

II-Year/II-Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Number of contact hours

Credits

Lecture (L)

Tutorial (T)

Practical (P)

Total Hours

54019 Principles of Electrical Engineering

3

1

4

3

54020 Electronic Circuits Analysis

4

4

4

54021 Pulse & Digital Circuits

4

1

5

4

54010 Switching Theory and Logic Design

4

1

5

4

54011 Electromagnetic Theory & Transmission lines

4

1

5

4

54606 Electrical engineering Lab

3

3

2

54607 Electrical Circuit Analysis lab

3

3

2

54608 Pulse & Digital Circuits Lab

3

3

2

Total

19

4

9

32

25

 

 

 

III-Year/I-Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Number of contact hours

Credits

Lecture (L)

Tutorial (T)

Practical (P)

Total Hours

55012 Control System

4

4

4

55021 Computer Organization

4

1

5

4

55022 Antennas & Wave propagation

3

1

4

3

55023 Electronic Measurements & Instrumentation

4

1

5

4

55024 Analog Communications

3

1

4

3

55009 IC Applications

3

1

4

3

55606 Analog Communications Lab

3

3

2

55607 IC Applications Lab

3

3

2

  Total

21

5

6

32

25

III-Year/II-Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Number of contact hours

Credits

Lecture (L)

Tutorial (T)

Practical (P)

Total Hours

56023 Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis

4

4

4

56026 Digital Communications

3

1

4

3

 

56027

 

Digital Signal Processing

4

1

5

4

56012 Microprocessors & Microcontroller

4

1

5

4

                                      Open Elective
56024 Operating Systems

4

1

5

4

56025 Object Oriented Programming
56014 Nanotechnology
56606 Microprocessors & Microcontroller Lab

3

3

2

56607 Digital Signal Processing Lab

3

3

2

56608 Advanced English Communication  Skills Lab   Skills Lab

3

3

2

 

Total

19

4

9

32

25

  IV-Year/I-Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Number of contact hours

Credits

Lecture (L)

Tutorial (T)

Practical (P)

Total Hours

57034 Management Science

3

1

4

3

57035 VLSI Design

4

4

4

57036 Microwave Engineering

3

1

4

3

57037 Computer Networks

4

1

5

4

                                      Elective-I
57038 EMI/EMC

3

1

4

3

57039 DSP Processors & Architectures
57040 Telecommunication Switching Systems
                                    Elective-II
57042 Optical Communications

4

1

5

4

57043 Embedded Systems
57044 Television Engineering
57045 Multimedia & Signal Coding
57607 e-CAD & VLSI Lab

3

3

2

Total

21

5

6

32

25

 

IV-Year/II-Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Number of contact hours

Credits

Lecture (L)

Tutorial (T)

Practical# (P)

Total Hours

58024 Cellular & Mobile Communications

3

1

4

3

                                     Elective-III
58025 Satellite Communications

3

1

4

3

58026 Biomedical Instrumentation
58016  Artificial Neural Networks
                                     Elective-IV
58027 Internetworking

3

1

4

3

58028 Radar Systems
58029 Spread Spectrum Communications
58030 Network Security
                                     Elective-V
58031 RF Circuit Design

3

1

4

3

58032 Wireless Communications & Networks
58033 Digital Design through Verilog HDL
58034 Pattern Recognition
58613 Industry Oriented Mini Project

2

58614 Seminar

6

6

2

58615  Major Project

15

15

10

58616  Comprehensive Viva

2

  Total

9

3

21

33

25

 

Seminars, project works may be considered as practical

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

YEAR WISE COURSE OBJECTIVES AND COURSE OUTCOMES:

Course Name Course objective Course Outcomes PO’s PEOs

I YEAR

English 1.Train and develop communication skills with LSRW skills which is a must in competitive world

2.To transform into a dynamic personality with confidence

3.To emphasize the importance of language in academic and employability

4.To empower the communicative skills which enhances the  employability skills with self-confidence

 

  1. Develop their LSRW skills
  2. Overcome their Mother tongue influence
  3. Express/interpret their views without hesitation
  4. Lose their stage fear and develop self-confidence

Able to reach corporate expectations.

   
Mathematics – 1 1. The course intends to provide an overview of infinite series which occur in problems of signal transmission, chemical diffusion, vibration and heat flow etc.

2. This course helps in   translating a physical or other problem in to a mathematical model.

3.To provide an overview of  discovering the experimental aspect of modern applied mathematics

4. This course creates the ability to model, solve and interpret any physical or engineering problem.

  1. Understand the concepts of modeling or translating a physical or any other problem in to a mathematical model.
  2. Able to apply this knowledge to solve the problems.
  3. An ability to identify, formulates, and solves the problems.
  4.  Ability to know and to understand various types of series and sequences.
  5.  Ability to know the nature of series and sequences.
  6. Consequently mathematics-1 place a vital role in many areas in engineering for example signal transmission chemical diffusion vibration , heat flow ,solid mechanics ,fluid flow ,electro statics.
  7.  Ability to solve the model by selecting and applying a suitable mathematical method.
  8.  Ability to interpreting the mathematical results in physical or other terms to see what it practically means and implies.
  9.  The knowledge of curvature is useful for all branches of engineering in design of chips, bending of beams, and curvature of railway tracks.
  10. Mathematics-1 enhances the conceptual understanding of the learners and improves the application capability in their respective branches of engineering and technology. Inculcate the habit of mathematical   thinking.
g, h, i

 

 

2
Mathematical Methods 1. The course intends to provide an overview of Matrices which occur in physical and engineering problems.

2. This course helps in   translating a physical or other problem in to a mathematical model.

3.To provide an overview of  discovering the experimental aspect of modern applied mathematics

4. This course creates the ability to model, solve and interpret any physical or engineering problem.

1.Understand the concepts of modeling or translating a physical or any other problem in to a mathematical mode

2. Able to apply this knowledge to solve the problems.

3.  An ability to identify, formulates, and solves the problems.

4. Ability to know and to understand various types of Numerical methods

5. Ability to solve Fourier series

6. Consequently numerical methods place a vital role in many areas in engineering for example Dynamics, elasticity, heat transfer, electromagnetic theory and quantum mechanics.

7. Ability to solve the model by selecting and applying a suitable mathematical method.

8. Ability to interpreting the mathematical results in physical or other terms to see what it practically means and implies.

9. The knowledge of interpolation is useful in predicting future out comes base on the present knowledge.

10. Inculcate the habit of mathematical   thinking.

a, f 1,3,4,5
Engineering Physics 1. Learn solid state physics and material science basics which will be useful for the R&D in materials science and solid state physics.

2. Magnetism and Dielectrics concepts helpful for better understanding of the advanced topics in their core subjects for ex. EM theory.

3. Concepts of Laser and Optical Fiber for modern developments in physics which will help in design and develop new devices and related physics.

4.Nano Science and Technology is growing up now a day’s which is use full in R&D for the innovative and compact design of bulk counter parts

5.Architecture acoustics is useful in designing modern theatres, hall  and modern audio visual needs in engineering

  1. Understand the formation of various materials and the internal structure of the materials.
  2. Able to apply this knowledge to analyze the various structural defects materials.
  3.   An ability to identify, formulates, and solves problems.
  4. Ability to know and to understand the electron behavior in solids.
  5. understand the formation of energy bands in solids
  6. Know the property of semiconductor materials by projecting the view of energy bands and analyzing the characteristics of semiconductor components like various diodes.
  7. Understand the importance of dielectrics in electrical phenomenon.
  8. Understand the concept of magnetism and application of different types of magnets in various disciplines.
  9. 9.      Understand the Utilization of laser technology in various disciplines and also understand the concept of optical fiber and its applications.
  10. 10.  Application of concepts of nanoscience in technology and study the drastic change in the properties of nanosized materials, understand the architecture acoustics is useful for modern theatres ,hall  and modern communication engineering.
a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k

 

2,3
Engineering  Chemistry 1.The course intends to provide an overview of the working principles, mechanism of reactions and application of the building blocks like batteries, fuel cells, polymers and Nanomaterials etc.

2.This course relies on elementary treatment and qualitative  analysis  and  makes  use  of   simple models  and  equation  to  illustrate  the  concepts involved.

3.To provide an overview of surface coatings inorder to protect the metal, reverse osmosis and surface chemistry.

4.To gain the knowledge on existing future upcoming devices, materials and methodology.

  1. Understand the operating principles and the reaction mechanisms of batteries and fuel cells.
  2. Able to apply this knowledge to the analysis and design of batteries.
  3. Hydrogen fuel cell technology is used in automobiles in order to reduce environmental pollution.
  4. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to organize, analyze, and interpret data.
  5. An ability to identify and formulate polymers and have a knowledge of various polymers like polyethene, PVC, PS, Teflon, Bakelite, Nylon which have engineering applications
  6. Ability to know and to understand the various process of removing the hardness of water.In this way we obtain Soft water which has industrial application.
  7. Have a knowledge of synthesizing Nanomaterials and their applications in industry, carbon nano tube technology is used in every industry now-a-days.
  8.  Know the properties of Lubricants.
  9. Phase rule concept is used to know the heat treatment process of alloys.
  10.  Have a scope in the area of Material chemistry.
a, b, d, f, g, i, j, k

 

  1. 11,

1,2,3

Computer Programming and Data Structures 1. This course is designed to provide a comprehensive study of the C programming language. It stresses the strengths of C, which provide students with the means of writing efficient, maintainable, and portable code.

2. The nature of C language is emphasized in the wide variety of examples and applications.

3.To learn and acquire art of computer programming

4. To know about some popular programming languages and how to choose Programming language for solving a problem.

 

1. Understand  the basic terminology used in computer programming.

2. Write, compile and debug programs in C language.

3. Use different data types in a computer program.

4. Design programs involving decision structures, loops and functions.

5. Explain the difference between call by value and call by reference

6. Understand the dynamics of memory by the use of pointers.

7. Use different data structures and create/update basic data files.

 

a, b, c, d, e, f, h, i, j 2,3
Engineering Drawing      

A, d, j

2,3
Computer Programming lab 1.This course is designed to provide a comprehensive study of the C programming language. It stress the strengths of C, which provide students with the means of writing efficient, maintainable, and portable code.

2.The nature of C language is emphasized in the wide variety of examples and applications.

3.To learn and acquire art of computer programming

4.To know about some popular programming languages and how to choose  Programming language for solving a problem.

 

1.Understand  the basic terminology used in computer programming

2. Write, compile and debug programs in C language.

3. Use different data types in a computer program.

4. Design programs involving decision structures, loops and functions.

5.Explain the difference between call by value and call by reference

6. Understand the dynamics of memory by the use of pointers.

7. Use different data structures and create/update basic data files.

 

a, g, i

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1,2,3,4

Engineering Chemistry 1. The course intends to provide an overview of the working principles and mechanism of reactions.

2.This course relies on elementary treatment and qualitative  analysis  and  makes  use  of   simple models  and  equation  to  illustrate  the  concepts involved.

3. To provide an overview of preparation and identification of organic compounds.

4. To gain the knowledge on existing future upcoming devices, materials and methodology.

  1. Titrimetric analysis is used knowing the composition of an atom or an element or a compound in a given solution. For example estimation of calcium in limestone.
    1. Able to estimate the amount of metal in a mineral.
    2. Ability to handle spectrophotometer and can able to identify the compound present in a given solution by observing the spectrogram.
    3. Ability to perform Conductometric and Potentiometric titrations by using Conductometer and Potentiometer respectively.
    4. This knowledge is used in identifying the Viscosity and Surface tension of a sample.
    5. Have a knowledge of preparing organic compounds individually.
    6. Ability to identify the functional group present in the given organic compound.
    7. They are able to study the kinetics of the reactions.
    8. Have a knowledge on the principles of Adsorption phenomema.
    9.  Can also calculate the heat of reaction.

 

e, f, g, I, j 1,2,3,4
Physics Lab 1.A physics lab reinforces the theory class with required physics lab experiments to stress the fundamental concepts of physics.

2.To learn basic physics experiments with the knowledge in mechanics and waves & oscillations

3.To learn about the basic electrical and electronic components such as Inductor, Capacitor and Resistor and also PN diode, LED, LASER diodes and their working and application

4.Optical experiments, which will establish the fundamental Interference, Diffraction phenomena which will be clearly visualized with the experiments mentioned in the syllabus.

5.Fiber optics experiments through a light on modern developments in communication and losses in the fiber cables and related physics

 

1.Student can determine experimentally the rigidity modulus with the torsion pendulum with which he can know also know the different modulus and strengths of different kind of Engineering materials.

 

2.By performing the Melde’s experiment the student can easily visualize the transverse and longitudinal waves and determine the resonance frequency

 

3.  By learning the electrical and electronics experiments,

i)           Student can be able to determine the time constant of different RC combinations with which he can design RC filters which will be handy in rectifiers and filtering circuits,

ii)In the LCR circuit student can determine the electrical resonance(series/parallel) frequency, band width and Quality factor of the given L, C and R combination,

iii)                By studying the Stuart and Gees expt. student can be able to measure the field in between  two coils or which will enable him to make Electromagnets using the Helmholtz coils for generating various Magnetic fields,

iv)                By studying the characteristics of PN diode(band gap), LED and Laser diodes he can use this knowledge for learning the core subjects in their higher classes.

 

4. Optical experiments, which will establish the Interference, Diffraction phenomena, dispersive power of a prism which will be clearly visualized with the experiments, fiber optics experiments through a light on modern developments in communication and losses in the fiber cables and related physics.

 

5.There is scope of studying the characteristics of p-i-n and avalanche photodiode detectors, thermoelectric effects(See beck and Pettier effects) and also single slit diffraction using laser

 

   
English language and Communications Lab 1.Train and develop communication skills with LSRW skills which is a must in competitive world

2.To transform into a dynamic personality with confidence

3.To emphasize the importance of language in academic and employability

4.To empower the communicative skills which enhances the  employability skills with self-confidence

Strategy to enhance the soft skills 

5.Accuracy and fluency in learning English proficiency

  1. Develop their LSRW skills
  2. Overcome their Mother tongue influence
  3. Express/interpret their views without hesitation
  4. Lose their stage fear and develop self-confidence.Able to reach corporate expectations.
A, b, c, d, e, f, g, I, j 1,2,3,
IT Workshop / Engineering Workshop Enable students to understand  how computers work, different types of computers, functions of applications, input and data storage devices, different operating systems, ethics, data communications, and systems analysis and design. 1. Present and describe how PCs and larger computer systems are used in the business community and the positive/negative impacts of that technology in business and society.

2. Explain the difference between hardware, software; operating systems, programs and files.

3. Identify the purpose of different software applications.

4. Describe how business information systems are likely to change.

 

a, e, g, h, i, j, k

 

1,2,3,4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

II YEAR

Mathematics-III 1.The course intends to provide an overview of differential equations which occur in physical and engineering problems.

2.This course relies on  the series solution of certain special types of differential equations like Bessel’s differential equations ,Legendre differential  equations and Chebeshev differential equations, and also on study of complex variables.

3. To provide an overview of functions of complex variables which helps in solving many complex problems in heat conduction, fluid dynamics and electrostatics?

 

1. Ability to know and to understand various types of special functions.

2. Ability to solve potential functions, stream functions and velocity potential.

3. Consequently functions of complex variables place a vital role in many areas in engineering for example the motion of fluids, the transfer of heat, the processing of signals, electromagnetic and electrostatic field theory.

4. Ability to classify and solve the contour integration of complex functions

5. Ability to know the complex variable techniques and knowledge of mapping and transforms play a major role in several areas of Engineering.

6. Further  the knowledge of Graph theory is used in developing the theory of trees to solve applications in electrical networks

 
Probability Theory & Stochastic Process 1.Understand the principles of random signals and methods of characterizing systems having random input signals.

2.Understand the elementary aspects of probability theory.

3.Understand the relative frequency definition of probability and also the axiomatic definition.

 

  1. Students can understand the basics of probability, events and random experiments.
  2. They can analyze that the random variable is always a numerical quantity.
  3. Students can understand the multiple random variables and relate through examples to real problems.
  4. They can understand the concept of random processes in both deterministic and non deterministic types.
  5. Understanding of Power density spectrum and its properties.
  6. Understanding the types of noise
  7. Understanding the combined sample spaces.
  8. Events on the combined space.
  9. Bernoulli trials
  10. Understand the computer generation of specified random variable using MATLAB software.

 

a, b, c, d, e, g, h, j

 

 

1,2,3,4

Environmental studies 1. Understand the principles of discipline to maintain the quality of environment.

2. Understand the global issues.

3. Understand the importance of resources and their conservation.

 

1. They will have a clear view of structure of the environment.

2. They understand the types of resources present around us.

3. They understand the importance of m maintaining the quality and also the quantity of environment.

4. They can understand the concept of risk analysis when we face the pollutions in different ways.

5. They would realize to respect the n nature.

6. They understand the pain of our mother earth because of pollutions.

7. They understand the concept of sustainability between socio-economics with the environment.

8. Understand the methods available to reduce pollution.

9. Attain brief knowledge on environmental laws.

10. Understand the importance of conserving the resources.

a, b, d, e, f, g, h, i, j 1,2,3,4
Electric circuits 1. To understand the basic concepts of circuit analysis.

2  To understand Single Phase A.C Circuits

3  To understand  Resonance concept

4   To understand  magnetic circuits

5    Circuit theorems.

6   Net works topology.

1. Students will be able to explain basic circuit concepts and responses.

2. will be able to do linear modeling of passive elements and sources.

3. will be able to use analytical techniques in resistive circuits energized by direct current voltage and current sources.

4. Student will understand the concept of network topology.

5. Student will understand the concept of resonance.

6. Be able to systematically obtain the equations that characterize the performance of an electric circuit as well as solving both single phase and three-phase circuits in sinusoidal steady state.

8. Acknowledge the principles of operation and the main features of electric machines and their applications.

9. Acquire skills in using electrical measuring devices.

10. Be aware of electrical hazards and able to implement basic actions to avoid unsafe work conditions.

11. will be able to evaluate lecture material with circuit simulation software and laboratory bench experiments

a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j
  1. 1

 

 

 

1,2,4

Electronic Devices & Circuits 1.The course intends to provide an overview of the  principles,  operation  and  application  of  the analog building blocks like diodes, BJT, FET etc for performing various functions.

2.This course relies on elementary treatment and qualitative  analysis  and  makes  use  of   simple models  and  equation  to  illustrate  the  concepts involved.

3.To provide an overview of amplifiers, feedback amplifiers and oscillators.

4.To gain the knowledge on existing on future analog circuits.

  1. Acquire knowledge in the field of solid state materials.
  2. Be able to analyze the structure of different types of semiconductor crystal structures. Know the intrinsic property of semiconductor materials.
  3. Idea about the equilibrium and non equilibrium states of semiconductors.
  4. Know the complete internal structure of PN junction including different types of bias. Acquire sound knowledge about MS junction.
  5. Idea about the structure of MOS capacitor. Sound knowledge of MOS transistor including types & structures.
  6. Operation of MOS transistor. Concept of charge inversion on MOSFET.
  7. Acquire knowledge in the field of Quantum electronics devices.
  8. Gain idea about the structure CMOS
  9. Gain sound knowledge in the field of VLSI technology.

Idea of nano electronics devices.

a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1,2,3,4

Signals & Systems 1.To introduce the concepts and techniques associated with the understanding of signals and systems.

2.To familiarize with techniques suitable for analyzing and synthesizing both continuous-time and discrete time systems.

3.To provide with an appreciation of applications for the techniques and mathematics used in this course.

1. Determine the mathematical representation and classification of signals and systems. Should be able to represent signal in terms of mutually orthogonal signals.

2. Determine the response of an LTI system using convolution and classical methods. Analyze system properties based on impulse response.

3. Determine and analyze the responses of LTI system to periodic signals using Fourier series.

4. Determine and analyze the responses of LTI system to arbitrary time signals using Fourier transform.

5. Should be able to state sampling theorem and its application and convolution and correlation of signal.

6. Determine the properties of continuous time signals and system using Laplace transforms.

7. Determine the properties of Discrete time signals and system using     Z-transforms.

8. Understanding of Fourier series and Fourier Transform of Discrete Time Signals.

9. Understanding of Discrete Fourier Transform. (DFT) and Fast Fourier Transform (FFT).

10. Structure for Realization of IIR and FIR systems.

 

a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j 1,2,3,4
Electronic Devices & Circuits lab 1. The course intends to provide an overview of the principles, operation and application of the basic electronic components.

2. Understand the Characteristics of the active devices.

3. To understand the frequency response of different amplifiers.

 

1. To obtain the characteristics of the PN junction diode.

2. To understand the application of the zener diode.

3. To obtain the input and output characteristics of Transistor in CB and CE Configuration.

4. To understand the operation of half wave and full wave rectifiers without filters.

5. To understand the operation of half-wave and full-wave rectifiers with filters.

6. To obtain the FET Characteristics.

7. To obtain the frequency response of CC and CE Amplifier.

8. To obtain the frequency response of common source FET Amplifier.

9.To obtain the frequency response of common gate FET Amplifier

a, b, c, d, e, f, g, j, k

1,2,3,4

Basic simulation lab 1.The course intends to provide an overview of signal analysis.

2.This course relies on elementary treatment and qualitative  analysis  of Fourier Transform, Laplace Transform and Z-Transforms

3.To provide an overview of signal transmission through linear systems, convolution and correlation of signals and sampling.

1. Can understand the basic operation on Matrices.

2.Can analyze the generation of various signals and sequences such as unit impulse, unit step, square, saw tooth, Triangular, sinusoidal, Ramp, Sinc.

3.Understanding of convolution between signals and sequences.

4.Can calculate the Even and Odd parts of signal/sequences and Real and Imaginary parts of signal

5.Can understand Gibbs Phenomenon.

6.Verification of Linearity and Time Invariance properties of given continuous/Discrete systems.

7.Finding the Fourier transform of a given signal and plotting its magnitude and phase spectrum

8.Sampling theorem verification.

9.Students can understand Autocorrelation and cross correlation between signals and sequences .

10.Computation of unit step, unit sample and sinusoidal responses of given LTI system and verifying its physical realizability and stability properties

 

a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k 1,2,3,4,5
Principles of Electrical Engineering     a, b, d, e, g, i, j, k 1,2,3,4
Electronic Circuit Analysis 1. The course intends to provide an overview of the principles, operation and application of the analog building blocks like diodes, BJT, FET etc for performing various functions.

2.This course relies on elementary treatment and qualitative  analysis  and  makes  use  of   simple models  and  equation  to  illustrate  the  concepts involved.

3. To provide an overview of amplifiers, feedback amplifiers and oscillators.

4. To gain the knowledge on existing on future analog circuits.

  1. Acquire knowledge in the field of solid state materials.
  2. Be able to analyze the structure of different types of semiconductor crystal structures. Know the intrinsic property of semiconductor materials.
  3. Idea about the equilibrium and non equilibrium states of semiconductors
a, b, d, e, h, j, k 1,2,3,4
Pulse and Digital circuits This subject introduce about wave shaping concepts of both linear and non-linear circuits. Here we can study about the switching characteristics of diodes and also designing of multivibrators and sampling gates. We can also learn about the realization of different logic gates and their properties. 1. Construct different linear networks like low pass circuits and hih pass circuits and determine their response to different signals.

2. Determine how linear networks acts like integrator and differentiator and their voltage and band width formule.

They are able to construct non-linear networks and find the response of them to different input signals.

3. Determining the voltage and transfer characteristics of clipper and clamper circuits and also learn about comparators.

4. Determine the switching characteristics of diode.

5. Designing of multivibrators and analyzing their output waveforms.

6. Determining the timebase generator waveforms and knowing about basic principles of miller and bootstrap circuits.

7. Know the basic operating principles of sampling gates and their types and their applications.

8. Determine hoe to use synchronization and frequency division concept.

9.To realize different logic gates and analyzing the outputs.

 

a, b, d, e, h, k 1,2,3,4
Switching Theory and Logic Design 1. To introduce the concepts and techniques associated with the number systems and codes. To minimize the logical expressions using Boolean postulates.

2. To design various combinational and sequential circuits.

3. To provide with an appreciation of applications for the techniques and mathematics used in this course.

1. Determine the philosophy of number systems and codes.

2. Simplify the logic expressions using Boolean laws and postulates and design them by using logic gates.

3. Minimize the logic expressions using map method and tabular method.

4. Design of combinational logic circuits using conventional gates.

5. Design of combinational logic using various PLD’s and synthesizing of threshold functions.

6. Design of sequential logic circuits.

7. Design the FSM for completely specified and incompletely specified sequential machines.

8. Design the ASM using data path and control subsystem.

9. Design the shift registers.

10. Design of FPGA and CPLD’s using logic gates.

 

 

a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j 1,2,3,4
Electro Magnetic theory  and Transmission Lines Understand The Electrostatics, Magneto statics, Maxwell’s Equations          EMWave Characteristics & Transmission Lines.
  1. Understand  and implement  the  Maxwell’s Equations in Electromagnetic field theory
  2. Understand and analyze the Boundary conditions for different mediums i.e. Dielectric to Dielectric, Dielectric to conductor interfaces.
  3. Understand  and analyze the various parameters and characteristics of the EM Waves
  4. Understand the different wave propagation.
  5. Acquire knowledge about Reflection and refraction of plane waves.
  6. Acquire knowledge about the Transmission lines for various frequencies.
  7.  Analyze basic transmission line parameters in phasor domain.
  8. Understand the smith chart

 

a, b, c, d, e, f, g, i, k

1,2,3,4

Electrical Engineering Lab     a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j 1,2,3,4
Electronic Circuit Analysis Lab 1. The course intends to provide an overview of the principles, operation and application of the analog building blocks like diodes, BJT, FET etc for performing various functions.

2.This course relies on elementary treatment and qualitative  analysis  and  makes  use  of   simple models  and  equation  to  illustrate  the  concepts involved.

3. To provide an overview of amplifiers, feedback amplifiers and oscillators.

4. To gain the knowledge on existing on future analog circuits.

1. Understand the operating principles of major electronic devices,             circuit      models and connection to the physical operation of the devices.

2. Able to apply this knowledge to the analysis and design of basic circuits.

3. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to organize, analyzes, and interprets data.

4. An ability to identify, formulates, and solves hardware engineering problems.

5. The following are the major outcomes in the part of electronic circuits and analysis.

  • Ability to know and to understand the categories in the field of electronic circuits theoretically and practically.
  • Ability to know the property of semiconductor materials by projecting the view of energy bands and analyzing the characteristics of semiconductor components like diode, BJT,FET etc.
  • Ability to know the complete internal structure of BJT and types of bias.
  • Consequently view the nature of electronic circuit’s communication, computation and control.
  • Ability to know types of amplifier and their applications in different electronic fields.

 

  • Ability to know the theory of bipolar transistor by this,   operation, biasing effects and stabilization of factors, the hybrid models to know how to block the large capacitive values and to know about how small signal models are needed in various configurations to determine frequency response and phase operations of voltage gain and application of configurations in hardware implementations.
  • Ability to know the concept of  Feedback amplifiers and their characteristics practically and comparisons with  real time applications .
  • Further to know the knowledge in the field of solid or integrated circuit technology and its trends.
  • Ability to implement designs of digital electronic devices
a, b, c, g, h, j, k

 

1,2,3,4,

Pulse and Digital circuits Lab 1. The course intends to provide an overview of the principles, operation and application of the analog building blocks like diodes, BJT, etc for performing various functions. Ability to demonstrate Linear Wave shaping of RC, RL, RLC circuits.

 

2. Ability to design clipping, clamping, pulse generators circuit such as multi vibrators, time base generators.

3. Ability to understand the switching

characteristics of devices, realization of logic gates using diodes and transistors.

 

4. To gain the knowledge on existing on future analog circuits.

1. An ability to design and conduct experiments, on RC   circuits

2.An ability to design and conduct experiments, on clipping circuits

3.An ability to design and conduct experiments, on clamper circuits

4.An ability to design and verify the truth tables of different logic gates

5.An ability to design a Transistor switch

6.An ability to understand the operation of different types of flip-flops

7.An ability to design and conduct experiments on different types of multivibrators

8.An ability to understand the UJT working as relaxation oscillator

9.An ability to design and understand the operation Logic  gates

10.An ability to understand the operation of bootstrap sweep circuits

 

 

a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j 1,2,3,4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III YEAR

Linear Control Systems 1. To develop the theoretical aspects of Control systems and feedbacks.

2. To   present the essential knowledge to understand AC, DC servo meters.

To analyze steady state analysis of control systems.

3.To study the concepts of root locus and adding of zeros and poles

4. To understand the frequency response analysis and specifications of control systems with transfer function.

5.To perform stability analysis in frequency domain

6.To   provide   knowledge   in Solving the Time invariant state Equations

1.      Able to determine transfer function models of electrical, mechanical and electromechanical systems.
2.      Able to represent a set of algebraic equations by block diagram and signal flow graphs
3.      Able to determine specified transfer functions from block diagrams.
4.      Able to use Masons gain formula to determine specified transfer functions.
5.      Able to evaluate robustness/sensitivity of systems with and without feedback.
6.      Able to relate time response of both continuous and discrete systems to poles and zeros.
7.      Able to relate transient performance parameters, overshoot, ride time, peak time and settling time, to poles and zeros of transfer function for continuous systems.
8.      Able to evaluate steady state error from transfer functions.
9.      Able to determine stability/relative stability from characteristic equation.and to  sketch root locus plots for low order systems and to sketch Bode plots for low order systems.
a, b, c, d, e, f, g, i, j, k  
Computer Organization 1. Computer Types.

2.Fixed and Floating point Representation

3.Arithmetic operations

4.Register Transfer Language

5.Micro programmed Control

6.Algorithms

The Memory System

7.Input – Output Organization

8.Pipeline and Vector Processing

9.Multiprocessors

 

1.Students will learn the fundamentals of computer organization and its relevance to classical and modern problems of computer design

2. Students will be able to identify where, when and how enhancements of computer performance can be accomplished.

3. Students will learn the sufficient background necessary to read more advance texts as well as journal articles on the field.

4. Student will see how to use concepts of computer organization in real-life settings using various PC performance improvements.

5. Students will also be introduced to more recent applications of computer organization in advanced digital systems.

6. Be familiar with the basics of systems topics: single‐cycle (MIPS), multi‐cycle (MIPS), parallel, pipelined, superscalar, and RISC/CISC architectures.

7. Be familiar with the basic knowledge the design of digital logic circuits and apply to computer organization.

a, b, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k
  1. 1,2,3,4

 

 

 

 

1,2,3,4

Antennas & Wave Propagation 1. It covers all the fundamental antenna concepts.

2. It deals with field equations and power and phase patterns of the point sources and array antennas.

3. It gives concise description of different types of antennas.

4. It explains the different types of propagation.

 

1. Students can understand the Antenna Basics, basic Antenna parameters.

2. Understands the Loop Antennas and its Radiation Resistances. Antenna Arrays and its Patterns.Basics of Maxwell equations

3. Design Concepts of Different Types of Antennas.VHF, UHF and Microwave Antennas-I&II.

4.Different Kinds of Wave Propagation

Antenna for Special applications& antenna temperature

5. Practical design considerations of antennas.

a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, j 1,2,3,4
Electronics Measurements & Instrumentation  

 

 

 

Understand the internal structure of all instruments that are used in measuring parameters related to electronics and also difference between analog meters and digital meters and their performance characteristics.

 1. Students can understand about different instruments that are used f                are used for measurement purpose..

2. They can analyze the Performance characteristics of each instrument.

3. Understanding about different types of signal generators and recorders.

4. Students can calculate all the parameters related to measurements.

5. They can understand how waveforms can be analyzed using wave analyzers.

6.Understanding the basic features of oscilloscope and its internal structures and different types

7. Understanding of how different bridge networks are constructed and balanced for finding out values of resistance, capacitance and inductance.

8. Understanding about different transducers and their working principles.

9. Students can understand how different physical parameters like pressure, force, velocity etc. can be measured.

10. Internal and general repairing of instruments and problem solving capacity.

g, h, i, j, k

 

 

1,2,3,4

Analog Communications 1. To understand modulation, demodulation and design of major building blocks of Communication system.

2. To understand the communication systems, Signal modulation techniques will be emphasized.

3. Modulation techniques will be analyzed both in time and frequency domains.

4. Transmission techniques (base band, band pass) will be emphasized.

5. To develop a clear insight into the relations between the input and output ac signals in various stages of a transmitter and a receiver of AM & FM systems.

1. Demonstrate about various blocks in communication system.

2. Analyze the types of modulations.

3. Analyze and design the analog modulator and demodulator circuits.

4. Analyze All Modulation techniques in time and frequency domains.

5. Calculate Power relations in Amplitude and Frequency modulated waves.

6. Calculate the effect of noise in analog modulations.

7. Demonstrate about various blocks in Transmitters and Receivers.

8. Analyze and design the Amplifiers, Mixer and Oscillators.

9.Demonstrate about Time and frequency division multiplexing techniques

a, b, c, d, e, f, g, i, j, k 1,2,3,4
IC Applications 1. To introduce the basic building blocks of linear, digital integrated circuits.

2. To teach the linear and non-linear applications of operational amplifiers.

3. To introduce the theory and applications of analog multipliers and PLL.

4. To teach the theory of ADC and DAC.

5. To investigate the static and dynamic characteristics of popular MOS and bipolar logic families, with emphasis on CMOS and TTL technologies.

1. Students can know the basics of the Integrated Circuits.

2. They can analyze the Performance of Integrated Circuits.

3. They can know the classifications of Integrated Circuits.

4. They can learn the various applications of the Integrated Circuits.

5. They can know the importance of Operational Amplifier.

6. They can get the knowledge of various Logic families.

7. They can know the differences between Linear and Digital Integrated IC’s.

a, b, c, d, e, f, g, j, k 1,2,3,4
Analog Communications Lab 1. To understand   modulation, demodulation techniques used in communication system, and develop the Modulation techniques used in both time and frequency domains.

2.To develop a knowledge pre-emphasis and   de-emphasis  circuits   used   in  the analog communication

3. To   analyze   the   Signal   Modulation (amplitude, frequency, and phase) and transmission techniques (base band, SSB system) will be emphasized.

4.To  understand   the  concept  of  mixer, PLL, Digital phase detector and synchronous detector to develop a clear insight  into  the  relations  between  the input  and  output  ac  signals  in  various stages of a transmitter and a receiver of AM & FM systems

1. Should be able to explain modulation and demodulation technique              techniques in various communications

2. Should be able to understand the operations   of   different   types   of detectors.

3. Should be able to analyze the signal transmission and receiving fundamental concepts.

4. Should be able to describe the operation of Multiplexing techniques.

   
Managerial Economics and Financial Analysis 1. Describe The Nature And Scope of Managerial Economics.

2. It gives complete study on the demand and elasticity of demand and methods of demand forecasting.

3. It gives detailed structure on the pricing strategies

4. It shows clear picture methods and sources of raising finance.

5. It gives a clear cut information of  preparing final accounts

1. Learn basic concepts of economics.

2. Learn about demand analysis.

3. Learn about production theory.

4. Students learn about market structures and different pricing methods.

5. Students learn about different types of business and their evolution.

6. Students learn about capital budgeting appraisal methods.

7. Graduates learn about financial accounts.

8. Students learn about different types of financial ratios.

 

 

   
Operating Systems        
Digital Communications 1.To develop the theoretical aspects of DCS, is essential to understand  todays multi disciplinary applications.

2.To   present  the  essential  digital communication  concepts by understanding the elements of DCS, fundamental concepts of    sampling theorem and coding.

3. To discuss the different types of digital pulse and band pass signaling techniques.

4. To emphasize          the analysis of performance of DCS in the presence of noise, by calculating the probability of error   for matched   filter   Rx   and various digital modulation techniques.

5. To understand the inform capacity of a channel   by   studying   the   concept   of inform theory.

6. To know the efficient representation sources,   by   providing   source   coding techniques.

 

To   provide   knowledge   about   error detection and correction, different types of   channel coding techniques such as linear   block   codes   cyclic   code,   and convolution codes are to be discussed.

  1. Understand the theoretical aspects of digital communication system, useful for   today’s multidisciplinary applications.
  2.         Learn   the   elements   of   digital communications systems, fundamental concepts of sampling theorem, quantization and coding.
  3. Understand the different types of digital pulse and        band     pass modulation techniques.
  4. Able to calculate probability of error   for   method   filter   Rx   and various    digital

Modulation techniques    to analyze the performance of DCS in the pressure of noise.

  1.  Able to do the source coding problems and understand the compact description of sources.
  2.  Able to solve the various channel coding problems and analyze the performance of vicarious coding techniques.
   
Microprocessors and Microcontrollers Understand need of microprocessors, microcontrollers in development of various projects and to know complete architectural, programming, interfacing details of 8086 microprocessor-8051 microcontroller. 1. Students can understand the evaluation of microprocessors and micro             and microcontrollers.

2. They can analyze the differences between a microprocessor and a microcontroller.

3. Understanding of architecture of 8086 microprocessor and 8051 microcontroller.

4.Students can calculate the effective address of an operand by addressing modes

5. They can get the fundamental concepts of advanced microprocessors and architectures.

6. They can write  efficient  programs in Assembly  level language  of the 8086 family of microprocessors -8051 controller with the help of instruction set easily.

7. They can know RISC and CISC architectures.

8. They can know the techniques of interfacing between the processors and peripheral devices so that they themselves can design and develop a complete microprocessor/microcontroller based systems (projects).

9. They can design different real-time projects (mini-major) and they will know use of timers, interrupts and serial communication   techniques.

10. They will get knowledge on ARM Processors and various processors.

 

   
 

 

 

 

 

Digital Signal Processing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.To introduce the concepts and techniques associated with the understanding of digital signal processing. To familiarize with techniques suitable for analyzing and synthesizing both continuous-time and discrete time systems. To provide with an appreciation of applications for the techniques and mathematics used in this course.

2.To gain an understanding of the significance of digital signal processing  (DSP) in the fields of computing, telecommunications and other areas of Computer Science and Electronic/Electrical Engineering. To gain an appreciation of the technology and the software tools currently available and to study in detail some of the most important design techniques for DSP systems.

1)      Understand fundamental concepts such as ‘linearity’ , ‘time-invariance’, ‘impulse response’, ‘convolution’, ‘frequency response’, ‘z-transforms’ and the ‘discrete time Fourier transform’. as applied to discrete time signal processing systems.

2)      Understand fundamental concepts and theory of Discrete Fourier Series and Discrete Fourier Transform.

3)      Understand the discrete Fourier transform (DFT), its applications and its implementation by FFT techniques.

4)      apply several design techniques for IIR type digital filters: “pole-zero placement”, the “derivative approximation” and the “bilinear transformation” techniques.

5)      apply a design technique for FIR type digital filters known as the “windowing method”.

6)      Understand  fundamental concepts & Theory  of Multirate signal processing and it’s applications.

7)      specify the “real time” implementation of DSP operations using special purpose fixed point ‘DSP microprocessors’.

8)      use the “MATLAB” language and “signal processing toolboxes” for analyzing, designing and implementing digital signal processing (DSP) systems such as digital filters.

9)      Spectral Estimation Such as Classic/Non-parametric Spectrum Estimation & Parametric Spectrum Estimation.

 

   
Microprocessors and Microcontrollers Lab Understand  need of  microprocessors, microcontrollers in development of various projects and to know complete architectural,programming,interfacing details of 8086 microprocessor-8051 microcontroller 1. Execution of different programs for 8086 in Assembly Level Language using MASM     Assembler.

2. Interfacing various I/O Devices like stepper motor, key board, ADC AND DAC TO 8086.

3.Execution of different  programs in8051.etc they will learn assembly language programming and interfacing various peripherals to processor and controller with this knowledge they can design diff  microprocessor based mini&main projects

   
 

 

 

 

 

Digital Signal Processing Lab

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • 1. Use the Fast Fourier Transform in a variety of applications including: signal analysis, fast convolution, spectral and temporal interpolation, and    filtering.
  •  2. quickly choose and design digital filters

3. estimate power spectral densities using a variety of techniques

4. perform the deconvolution of two signals

5. construct a simple digital communication system

1.   Analyze signals using the discrete Fourier transform (DFT).

2. Understand circular convolution, its relationship to linear convolution, and how linear convolution can be achieved via the discrete Fourier transform.

3.  Understand the Decimation in time and frequency FFT algorithms for efficient computation of the DFT.

4. Alter the sampling rate of a signal using decimation and interpolation.

5.  Design digital IIR filters by designing prototypical analog filters and then applying analog to digital conversion techniques such as the bilinear transformation.

6.  Design digital FIR filters using the window method.

   
Adv English Language & Communications Skills Lab 1.Train and develop communication skills with LSRW skills which is a must in competitive world

2.To transform into a dynamic personality with confidence

3.To emphasize the importance of language in academic and employability

4.To empower the communicative skills which enhances the  employability skills with self-confidence

Strategy to enhance the soft skills 

5.Accuracy and fluency in learning English proficiency

  1. Develop their LSRW skills
  2. Overcome their Mother tongue influence
  3. Express/interpret their views without hesitation
  4. Lose their stage fear and develop self-confidence
  5. Able to reach corporate expectations

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IV YEAR

Management science 1.This subject deals with introduction of management, different theories, principles of management

2.It gives the detailed study of all types of theories, organizational structures, control charts and strategic management

3. This course is designed in such a way that it is useful to all branches to learn some techniques in recruitment, selection, training and placement.

  1. The functions of management, objectives, goals, mission, vision
  2. Organization and different types of organization.
  3. Plant layouts, plant location, productivity, and types
  4. Work study, work measurement, methods of work study
  5. Statistical control and different types of control charts.
  6. Inventory control, methods of inventory.
  7. Marketing functions, product life cycle.
  8. Human resource management, man power planning..

 

   
VLSI Design 1. The course intends to provide an overview of the principles,  operation  and  application  of  the analog building blocks like diodes, BJT, FET, MOSFET etc for performing various functions.

2. Introduce the technology, design concepts, electrical properties and              modeling of     Very Large Scale Integrated circuits.

3. To understand the basics of MOS Circuit Design &modeling.

4. To understand the basics of MOS process Technology.

5.To understand the concepts of modeling a digital system using Hardware

Description Language.

1. To use mathematical methods and circuit analysis models in analysis of CMOS digital electronics circuits, including logic components and their interconnect.

2. To create models of moderately sized CMOS circuits that realizes specified digital functions.

3. To apply CMOS technology-specific layout rules in the placement and routing of transistors and interconnect, and to verify the functionality, timing, power, and parasitic effects.

4. To have an understanding of the characteristics of CMOS circuit construction and the comparison between different state-of-the-art CMOS technologies and processes.

5. To complete a significant VLSI design project having a set of objective criteria and design constraints.

6.  To demonstrate  the fundamentals of IC technology such as various MOS fabrication technologies

7.To calculate electrical properties of MOS circuits such as Ids -Vds relationship, gm, figure of merit, sheet resistance, area capacitance.

7. To design various gates, adders, Multipliers, Memories, using stick diagrams, layouts.

9. To demonstrate semiconductor IC design such as PLA’s, PAL, FPGA, CPLD’s design.

   
Microwave Engineering Understand Microwave devices, components, their characteristics, their working , and their applications. 1. Acknowledge about the microwave frequencies and the waveguides that are used to carry them.

2. Study the various parameters and characteristics of the various waveguide components.

3. Implement waveguide components for various applications.

4.  Analyze the difference between the conventional tubes and the microwave tubes for the transmission of the EM waves.

5. Study and the operation and working of the various tubes or sources for the transmission of the microwave frequencies.

  1. Analyze mathematically the operation and working of the various tubes or sources for the transmission of the microwave frequencies.
  2. Know the significance ,types and characteristics of the slow wave structures used   for the transmission of the microwave frequencies
  3.  Know about the significance ,types and characteristics of microwave solid state devices.
  4. Acquire knowledge about the measurements to be done at microwaves.
  5. Acquire complete knowledge about the applications of the microwaves for today generation.

11. Implement the microwave components and devices in design of certain application.

   
Computer Networks 1. To cover the networking concepts and components and introduces common hardware and software standards.

2. The course is a highly efficient way of gaining networking awareness, understanding of the protocols and communication techniques used by networks and vocabulary.

3. To learn about Network hardware, connecting hosts, Peer to Peer Networks, Client/Server Model.

 

  1. Students are familiar with the basics of data communication and the internet in supporting business communication and daily activities.
  2. Students have experience in designing communication protocols and are exposed to the TCP/IP protocol suite.
  3. To master the concepts of protocols, network interfaces, and design/performance issues in local area networks and wide area networks,
  4. To be familiar with wireless networking concepts, contemporary issues in networking technologies, network tools and network programming.
  5. Design, calculate, and apply subnet masks and addresses to fulfill networking requirements.
  6. By the end of this course students should be able to make intelligent decision about the appropriate design, purchase, integration and use of data communications equipment.
  7. Identify security and privacy issues that relate to computer networks.
  8. Solve mathematical problems in such domains as: bandwidth & data rate, Hamming codes, cyclic redundancy check.
   
Digital Image Processing The fundamentals of digital image processing and algorithms that are used. Useful skill base that would allow them to carry out further study should they be interested and to work in the field. 1) To acquire the fundamental concepts of a digital image processing system

2) To identify and exploit analogies between the mathematical tools used for 1D and 2D signal analysis and processing

3) to analyze 2D signals in the frequency domain through the Fourier transform

4) To design and implement with Mat lab algorithms for digital image processing operations such as histogram equalization, enhancement, restoration, filtering, and denoising.

   
Embedded and Real Time systems 1. The course intends to provide an overview of the Microprocessors and various Microcontrollers.

2.This course relies on elementary treatment and qualitative  analysis  of architecture and programming of the Microcontrollers

3. To provide an overview of 8051 and PSOC architecture and programming.

4. To gain the knowledge on various applications of Microcontrollers, Real time operating system and also advanced architectures like ARM and SHARC.

  1.   Can understand what is embedded systems and the embedded system design process
  2.   Understand the basics of Microprocessors and Microcontrollers.
  3. Can understand the basic 8051 and PSOC microcontrollers architecture and programming.
  4. Can understand the assembly Language programming process for 8051 and PSoC.
  5. Can understand the various applications like blinking of LED Digital logic, Precision Analog and serial Communications.
  6. Can understand RTOS and embedded software and debugging techniques.
  7.   Can get the knowledge of advanced architectures like ARM, SHARC.
  8.    Can understand the various bus protocols like I2C bus and CAN BUS.

 

   
e-CAD & VLSI Lab To educate students with the knowledge of MOS transistor with their design, operation, characterization and design of combinational logic circuits, sequential logic circuits and dynamic logic circuits practically by which they can be able to design circuits like ALU.

 

  1. Design Entry & simulation of Multiplexer circuit with test bench & functional verification.
  2. Design Entry & simulation of D flip-flop circuit with test bench & functional verification.
  3. Synthesis, P&R and Post P&R simulation for Full adder, Concepts of FPGA floor plan, critical path, design gate count, I/O configuration and pin assignment to be discussed.
  4. Generation of configuration/fuse files for 4:1 multiplexer & D flip-flop & implementation of the hardware using FPGA.
  5. Design a schematic and simple layout for CMOS Inverter, parasitic extraction and simulation.
  6. Design a schematic and simple layout for CMOS NOR gate, parasitic extraction and simulation.
    1. Design a schematic and simple layout for CMOS NAND gate, parasitic extraction and simulation.
    2. Design an ALU with limited instructions.

9.  Design a schematic and simple layout for Full Adder, & simulation.

   
Microwave Engineering & Digital Communications Lab
  1. The goal of this course is to introduce students to the concepts and principles of the advanced microwave engineering.
  2. To understand the operation of different types of Microwave sources.
  3. Scattering parameters are defined and used to characterize devices and system behavior.
  4. The free space communication link is examined and equations developed to determine the link carrier-to-noise ratio performance factor.
1. Gain knowledge and understanding of microwave analysis methods.

2. Be able to apply analysis methods to determine circuit properties of passive/active microwave devices.

3. Know how to model and determine the performance characteristics of a microwave circuit or system using computer aided design methods.

4. Have knowledge of basic communication link design; signal power budget, noise evaluation and link carrier to noise ratio.

5. Have knowledge of how transmission and waveguide structures and how they are used as elements in impedance matching and filter circuits.

   
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cellular & Mobile Communications

1. Understand the different cellular systems and their advancements from one generation to other.

2. Knowledge of interference in cellular radio system.

3. Different antenna set ups, frequency management and channel assignments.

 

  1. Students can understand the cellular generation systems.
  2. They can understand the fundamentals of cellular radio system design and increase the coverage capacity.
  3. Measure the co-channel interference in the designed system.
  4. Students can understand the antenna system design.
  5. They can understand the concept of different types of non co-channel interference.
  6. Cell coverage for signal and traffic and their effects over different terrains.
  7. Acquire knowledge of numbering the radio channels, channel sharing and borrowing.
  8. Concept of hand off and its types, Dropped call and dropped call rate.
  9. Group of Special Mobile (GSM).
  10. Advantages of cellular systems.

 

   
Radar systems        
Digital Design Through Verilog HDL 1. Concept of synthesis.

2. Basics of Verilog HDL language, including its use in synthesis of digital design.

3. Verilog HDL coding style for synthesis.

4. Design of digital systems with Verilog HDL.

5. Modeling test bench Simulation and verification of designs with Verilog HDL.

6. Industrial-standard design software for coding, synthesis and simulation.

7.Hardware implementation of digital systems on FPGA devices.

1.An ability to describe, design, simulates, and synthesizes computer hardware using the Verilog hardware description language.
2.  An ability to rapidly design combinational and sequential logic that works.
3. An ability to rapidly design complex state machines (present in all practical computers) that work.
4. An ability to synthesize logic and state machines using an Automatic Logic Synthesis program.
5. An ability to implement state machines using Field-Programmable GateArrays.
6. An ability to design high-speed computer arithmetic circuits.
7. An ability to design a computer to be fault-tolerant.
8. An ability to design a computer memory using error-correcting codes.
9. An ability to design a computer so that it can test itself with built-in circuitry.

10. An ability to design finite state machines.

   
Mini Projects        

Major Projects

       

Seminars

The capacity to observe astutely and propose and defend opinions and ideas with tact and conviction is the invaluable learning outcome for the Saint Mary’s Collegiate Seminar student. Not a mere recipient of ideas, the student is a participant in discovery and inquiry.

 

1. Distinguish the multiple senses of a subjects (literal and beyond the literal).

2. Identify and understand assumptions, theses, and arguments that exist in the work of authors.

3. Evaluate and synthesize evidence in order to draw conclusions consistent with the subject. Seek and identify confirming and opposing evidence relevant to original and existing theses.

4. Ask meaningful questions and originate plausible theses.

5. Critique and question the authority of texts, and explore the implications of those texts.

6. Recognize and compose readable         prose, as characterized by clear        and careful organization, coherent paragraphs and well-constructed sentences that employ the conventions of Standard Written English and appropriate diction.

7. Analyze arguments so as to construct ones that are well supported (with appropriate use of textual evidence), are well reasoned, and are controlled by a thesis or exploratory question.

8. Use discussion and the process of writing to enhance intellectual discovery and unravel complexities of thought.

9. Pursue new and enriched understandings of the texts through sustained collaborative inquiry.th the goal of making considered judgments.

   

Comprehensive Viva

1. To enable the examiners to assess the candidate’s knowledge in his or her particular field of learning.

2. To test the student’s awareness of the latest developments and relate them to the knowledge acquired during the classroom teaching.

  1. Face any type of interviews, viva-voce, and aptitude tests.
  2.  Perform well in competitive exams and group discussions
  3. Apply knowledge in building their career in particular fields.
  4. Enhance their communication skills and interactive-ness.