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Poona District Education Association’s


College of Engineering, Manjari (Bk), Pune
-
412307


F.E.Department(Mathematics)


Subject: Engineering Mathematics
-
I

(Div
-
A)


Subject Code: 107001

Subject Teacher:
Prof. S.

S. Bankhele


Acad. Year: 2013
-
14 (Semester

I)






Unit

Lecture
No

Name of the Topic

Proposed
Date

Actual
Date of
Coverage

References





I

01

Matrices, Rank, Normal form

23/07/13


2,1

02,03

System of Linear Equations

24/07/13

25/07/13


2

04

Linear Dependence and
Independence

26/07/13


2

05

Linear and Orthogonal
Transformations

29/07/13


2

06, 07

Eigen Values and Eigen Vectors

30/07/13

01/08/13


2

08

Cayley Hamilton Theorem

02/08/13


2

09

Application to problems in Engg.

05/08/13





II







01

Complex Numbers, Argand’s
ai慧ramK

06/08/13


1, 2

02,03

DeMoivre’s Theorem and it’s
慰灬i捡瑩c渠n漠fi湤 r潯tsK

07/08/13

08/08/13


1, 2

04

Hyperbolic functions

12/08/13


2

05

Inverse Hyperbolic functions

13/08/13


1, 2

06

Logarithm of Complex Numbers.

14/08/13


1, 2

07,08

Separation into real and
imaginary parts

16/08/13

19/08/13


1, 2

09

Application to problems in Engg.

20/08/13


1, 2


III









01

Infinite Sequences, Infinite
series, Alternating series.

22/08/13


2,5

02,03

Test for Convergence, Range of
Convergence

23/08/13

02/09/13


2,5

04,05

Absolute and Conditional
convergence

03/09/13

04/09/13


2,5

06,07

Successive Differentiation


05/09/13

06/09/13


2,5

08,09

Leibnitz Theorem


10/09/13

12/09/13


2,5

IV

01

Expansion of functions

13/09/13


2

Teaching Plan

02,03

Taylor’s series


16/09/13

17/09/13


2

04,05

Maclaurin’s series


18/09/13

19/09/13


2

06

Indeterminate Forms

20/09/13


2

07

L’Hospital’s Rule

23/09/13


2

08,09

Evaluation of limits

24/09/13

26/09/13



2





V


01,02

Partial Derivatives

27/09/13

01/10/13


2

03,04

Euler’s Theorem on
homogeneous functions

03/10/13

04/10/13


2,5

05

Implicit functions

07/10/13


2,5

06,07

Total Derivatives


08/10/13

10/10/13


2,5

08,09

Change of Independent

Variables

11/10/13

14/10/13


2






VI


01,02

Jacobins and their applications

15/10/13

17/10/13


2

03, 04

Errors and Approximations

18/10/13

21/10/13


2,5

05,06

Maxima and Minima of two
variables

22/10/13

**


2,5

07,08,09

Lagrange’s method of
undetermined multipliers

**


2,5


Note: ** This lectures will be completed by taken extra lectures.




Prof. S.

S. Bankhele








Prof.S.R.Mudi

(Signature of Teacher)






(Head of Department)

Books for Reference:

1.

Higher Engineering Mathematics by B.V. Ramana. ( Tata McGGraw
-
Hill).

2.

Advanced Engineering Mathematics, by Erwin Kreyszig (Wiley Eastern Ltd.)

3.

Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 7e, by Peter V. O’Neil

4.

Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 2e, by M.D. Greenberg(Pearson).

5.

Higher Engineering Mathematics by B.S. Grewal (Khanna Publication).

6.

Applied Mathematics ( Volumes I and II ) by P.N. Wartikar & J.N.

Wartikar.




















Poona District Education Association’s


College of Engineering, Manjari (Bk), Pune
-
412307


F.E.Department(Mathematics)


Subject: Engineering Mathematics
-
I

(Div
-
B)


Subject Code: 107001

Subject Teacher:
Prof.
P. P. Mane


Acad. Year: 2013
-
14 (Semester

I)






Unit

Lecture
No

Name of the Topic

Proposed
Date

Actual
Date of
Coverage

References





I

01

Matrices, Rank, Normal form

24/07/13


2,1

02,03

System of Linear Equations

24/07/13

25/07/13


2

04

Linear Dependence and
Independence

29/07/13


2

05

Linear and Orthogonal
Transformations

30/07/13


2

06, 07

Eigen Values and Eigen Vectors

31/07/13

01/08/13


2

08

Cayley Hamilton Theorem

05/08/13


2

09

Application to problems in Engg.

06/08/13





II







01

Complex Numbers, Argand’s
ai慧ramK

07/08/13


1, 2

02,03

DeMoivre’s Theorem and it’s
慰灬i捡瑩c渠n漠fi湤 r潯tsK

07/08/13

08/08/13


1, 2

04

Hyperbolic functions

12/08/13


2

05

Inverse Hyperbolic functions

13/08/13


1, 2

06

Logarithm of Complex Numbers.

14/08/13


1, 2

07,08

Separation into real and
imaginary parts

19/08/13

20/08/13


1, 2

09

Application to problems in Engg.

21/08/13


1, 2


III









01

Infinite Sequences, Infinite
series, Alternating series.

22/08/13


2,5

02,03

Test for Convergence, Range of
Convergence

02/09/13

03/09/13


2,5

04,05

Absolute and Conditional
convergence

04/09/13

04/09/13


2,5

06,07

Successive Differentiation


05/09/13

10/09/13


2,5

08,09

Leibnitz Theorem


11/09/13

12/09/13


2,5

IV

01

Expansion of functions

16/09/13


2

Teaching Plan

02,03

Taylor’s series


17/09/13

18/09/13


2

04,05

Maclaurin’s series


18/09/13

19/09/13


2

06

Indeterminate Forms

23/09/13


2

07

L’Hospital’s Rule

24/09/13


2

08,09

Evaluation of limits

25/09/13

26/09/13



2





V


01,02

Partial Derivatives

01/10/13

03/10/13


2

03,04

Euler’s Theorem on
homogeneous functions

07/10/13

08/10/13


2,5

05

Implicit functions

09/10/13


2,5

06,07

Total Derivatives


10/10/13

14/10/13


2,5

08,09

Change of Independent

Variables

15/10/13

17/10/13


2






VI


01,02

Jacobins and their applications

21/10/13

22/10/13


2

03, 04

Errors and Approximations

18/10/13

21/10/13


2,5

05,06

Maxima and Minima of two
variables

22/10/13

**


2,5

07,08,09

Lagrange’s method of
undetermined multipliers

**


2,5


Note: ** This lectures will be completed by taken extra lectures.




Prof.
P. P. Mane








Prof.S.R.Mudi

(Signature of Teacher)






(Head of Department)

Books for Reference:

1.

Higher Engineering Mathematics by B.V. Ramana. ( Tata McGGraw
-
Hill).

2.

Advanced Engineering Mathematics, by Erwin Kreyszig (Wiley Eastern Ltd.)

3.

Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 7e, by Peter V. O’Neil

4.

Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 2e, by M.D. Greenberg(Pearson).

5.

Higher Engineering Mathematics by B.S. Grewal (Khanna Publication).

6.

Applied Mathematics ( Volumes I and II ) by P.N. Wartikar & J.N.

Wartikar.






















Poona District Education Association’s


College of Engineering, Manjari (Bk), Pune
-
412307


F.E.Department(Mathematics)


Subject: Engineering Mathematics
-
I

(Div
-
C)


Subject Code: 107001

Subject Teacher:
Prof.
P. P. Mane


Acad. Year: 2013
-
14 (Semester

I)






Unit

Lecture
No

Name of the Topic

Proposed
Date

Actual
Date of
Coverage

References





I

01

Matrices, Rank, Normal form

26/07/13


2,1

02,03

System of Linear Equations

26/07/13

27/07/13


2

04

Linear Dependence and
Independence

27/07/13


2

05

Linear and Orthogonal
Transformations

29/07/13


2

06, 07

Eigen Values and Eigen Vectors

2/08/13

2/08/13


2

08

Cayley Hamilton Theorem

03/08/13


2

09

Application to problems in Engg.

05/08/13





II







01

Complex Numbers, Argand’s
ai慧ramK

10/08/13


1, 2

02,03

DeMoivre’s Theorem and it’s
慰灬i捡瑩c渠n漠fi湤 r潯tsK

10/08/13

12/08/13


1, 2

04

Hyperbolic functions

16/08/13


2

05

Inverse Hyperbolic functions

16/08/13


1, 2

06

Logarithm of Complex Numbers.

17/08/13


1, 2

07,08

Separation into real and
imaginary parts

19/08/13

23/08/13


1, 2

09

Application to problems in Engg.

24/08/13


1, 2


III









01

Infinite Sequences, Infinite
series, Alternating series.

24/08/13


2,5

02,03

Test for Convergence, Range of
Convergence

2/09/13

06/09/13


2,5

04,05

Absolute and Conditional
convergence

06/09/13

07/09/13


2,5

06,07

Successive
Differentiation


07/09/13

13/09/13


2,5

08,09

Leibnitz Theorem


13/09/13

14/09/13


2,5

Teaching Plan

IV

01

Expansion of functions

16/09/13


2

02,03

Taylor’s series


20/09/13

20/09/13


2

04,05

Maclaurin’s series


21/09/13

21/09/13


2

06

Indeterminate Forms

23/09/13


2

07

L’Hospital’s Rule

27/09/13


2

08,09

Evaluation of limits

27/09/13

28/09/13



2





V


01,02

Partial Derivatives

28/09/13

07/10/13


2

03,04

Euler’s Theorem on
homogeneous functions

11/10/13

11/10/13


2,5

05

Implicit functions

12/10/13


2,5

06,07

Total Derivatives


12/10/13

14/10/13


2,5

08,09

Change of Independent

Variables

18/10/13

18/10/13


2






VI


01,02

Jacobins and their applications

19/10/13

21/10/13


2

03, 04

Errors and Approximations

**



2,5

05,06

Maxima
and Minima of two
variables

**


2,5

07,08,09

Lagrange’s method of
undetermined multipliers

**


2,5


Note: ** This lectures will be completed by taken extra lectures.




Prof.
P. P. Mane








Prof.S.R.Mudi

(Signature of Teacher)






(Head of
Department)


Books for Reference:

1.

Higher Engineering Mathematics by B.V. Ramana. ( Tata McGGraw
-
Hill).

2.

Advanced Engineering Mathematics, by Erwin Kreyszig (Wiley Eastern Ltd.)

3.

Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 7e, by Peter V. O’Neil

4.

Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 2e, by M.D. Greenberg(Pearson).

5.

Higher Engineering Mathematics by B.S. Grewal (Khanna Publication).

6.

Applied Mathematics ( Volumes I and II ) by P.N. Wartikar & J.N. Wartikar.












Poona District Education Associatio
n’s


College of Engineering, Manjari (Bk), Pune
-
412307

F.E.

Department


Subject:
-

Engg. Physics (Div:
-

A)



Subject Code:
-

107002


Subject Teacher:
-

Dr.(Mrs.) S. R. Mudi



Academic Year: 20
1
3
-
2014

(Semester
-
I )





Unit

Lect.
No.

Name o
f
the
Topic

Proposed
Date

Actual
Date of
coverage

Refere
nce
s











I

1

Interference:

Introduction, Concept of thin film ,

Interference due to
thin films of uniform thickness (with
derivation)
,


22
-
07
-
1
3


1,2,3,4

2

Interference due to wedge shaped thin films
(qualitative) , Fringe width (with derivation),formation of
colors in thin films,

23
-
07
-
1
3


1,2,3

3

Newton’s r
i湧猬⁩t猠sp灬i捡ti潮猠o


-

-
N
3


1,2,3

4

i
)for the determination of wavelength of incident light
or
radius of curvature of a plano
-
convex lens

ii)for the
determination of refractive index of a given liquid
,

26
-
07
-
1
3


1,2,3

5

Applications of interference i) testing of optical flatness of
surfaces , ii)thickness of thin films iii)anti
-
reflection
coating.

29
-
07
-
1
3


1,2,3

6

Diffraction:

Diffraction of waves, classes of diffraction, Fraunhofer
diffraction at a single slit (geometrical method),

30
-
07
-
1
3


1,2,3,4

7

conditions for maxima and

minima, Intensity pattern due
to a single slit, diffraction at circular aperture,

3
1
-
07
-
1
3


1,2,3

8

Plane diffraction grating(qualitative only), conditions for
maxima and minima, intensity pattern
.

0
2
-
08
-
1
3


1,2,3,4








II

9



Sound Engineering:

Definitions: Velocity, frequency, wavelength,
intensity,
loudness (expression
)
,

05
-
08
-
1
3


1,2,4

10

t
imber of sound ,reflection of sound, echo,

06
-
08
-
1
3


1,2

11

Reverberation, reverberation time ,Sabine’s
f潲m畬愨q畡uit慴iv攠潮ey)I


-

-
N
3


ㄬN

12


remedies over reverberation, absorption of sound,
absorbent

materials,

12
-
08
-
1
3


1,2

Teaching Plan

13

conditions for good acoustics of the building, noise, its
effects and remedies,

1
3
-
08
-
1
3


1,2

14

Ultrasonics
-
Production of ultrasonics

by Piezoelectric
oscillator

14
-
08
-
1
3


1,2

15

Production of ultrasonics by magnetostriction oscillator,
Detection of ultrasonics ,

16
-
08
-
1
3


1,2

16

Engineering applications of ultrasonics (Non destructive
testing, cavitation, measurement of
gauge.)

19
-
08
-
1
3


1,2













III

17

Polarization:

Introduction, Polarization of waves ,polarization of light,
representation of


PPL, UPL, & partially polarized light ,

production of plane polarised light by i)reflection ,

2
0
-
08
-
1
3


1,2,3

18

ii)
refraction (pile of plates), iii) selective absorption
(dichroism), iv) Double refraction,

Law of Malus,

21
-
08
-
1
3


1,2,3

19


Huygen’s theory of double refraction, Cases of double
refraction of crystal cut with the optic axis lying in the
plane of inciden
ce and
(i) parallel to the surface (ii)
perpendicular to the surface (iii) inclined to the surface,

23
-
08
-
1
3


1,2,3

20

Retardation plates
-
quarter wave plate (QWP), Half wave
plate (HWP); Optical activity, Specific rotation
(qualitative only), optically active materials, LCD (as an
example of polarization).

02
-
09
-
1
3


1,2,3

21

Lasers :
-

Absorption, spontaneous

emission
,
R
equirement
for lasing action (stimulated emission, population
inversion, metastable state, active medium, resonant
cavity, pumping)

03
-
09
-
1
3


1,2,7

22

Characteristics of laser

monochromaticity, coherence,
directionality, brightness, Various levels of
laser systems
with examples (i) Two level laser system
-

semiconductor
laser

04
-
09
-
1
3


1,2,7

23

(ii) Three level laser system
-

ruby laser, iii) four level
laser system
-

He
-
Ne laser

0
6
-
09
-
1
3


1,2,7

24


Applications in industry (drilling, welding,
micromachining etc.), Medicine(as a surgical
tool),Communication (Principles and advantages
only),Information Technology (Holography
-

recording
and reconstruction)

10
-
09
-
1
3


1,2,7










IV

25

Solid State
Physics
:
-

Band theory of solids, free electron
theory(qualitative), electrical conductivity in conductor
and semiconductor,

11
-
0
9
-
1
3


1,2,6

26

influence of external factors on conductivity (temperature,
light and impurity), Fermi
-
energy, density state
(qualitative), concept of effective mass

13
-
0
9
-
1
3


2,6

27

electron and holes,Fermi
-
Dirac probability distribution
function(effect of temperature on Fermi level with graph),

16
-
0
9
-
1
3


2,6

28

Position of Fermi level in intrinsic semiconductors (with
derivation) and in extrinsic semiconductors ,

17
-
0
9
-
1
3


2,6

29

dependence of Fermi level on temperature

and doping
concentration (qualitative), diffusion and drift
current(qualitative)
,

18
-
0
9
-
1
3


1,2,6

30

Band structure of PN junction diode under i)
zero bias, ii)
forward bias, iii) reverse bias

20
-
0
9
-
1
3


1,2,6

31

Working of transistor (NPN only) on the basis of band
diagrams, Hall effect(with derivation),

23
-
0
9
-
1
3


2,6



32

Photovoltaic effect, working of a solar cell on the basis of

band diagrams and its applications .

24
-
0
9
-
1
3


2,4,5











V










33

Wave Mechanics:
-

Wave particle duality of radiation and
matter, De Broglie’s concept of matter waves ,
expressing de Broglie wavelength in terms of kinetic
energy and potential,

25
-
0
9
-
1
3


2,4,5

34

Concept and derivation of group and phase velocity,
group and
phase velocity of matter waves ,

27
-
0
9
-
1
3


2,4,5

35

Heisenberg’s Uncertainty principle, Illustration of it by
electron diffraction at a single slit,

07
-
10
-
1
3


2,4,5

36

why an electron cannot exist in the nucleus, Concept of
wave function ψ and
probability interpretation of IψI
2
,

08
-
10
-
1
3


2,4,5

37


Schrodinger’s time independent and time dependent wave
equations

0
9
-
1
0
-
1
3


2,4,5

38

Applications of Schrodinger’s time independent wave
equation (i) Particle in 1
-
D rigid box (infinite potential

well )

11
-
1
0
-
1
3


2,4,5

39


Comparison of quantum mechanical and classical
mechanical predictions , ii) Particle in 1
-
D non rigid box
(finite potential well
-

qualitative , results only),

14
-
1
0
-
1
3


2,4,5

40

tunneling

effect, example of tunneling effect in tunnel
diode and scanning tunneling microscope.

15
-
1
0
-
1
3


1,2,6

*
These topics will be covered by taking extra lectures.



Sign
o
f Subject Teacher




H.O.D.


Dr. (Mrs.) S. R. Mudi





1
.

Engineering Physics, Gaur and Gupta, Dhanpat Rai Publications.

2.

Engineering Physics,

Hitendra K Malik

and A K Singh (
Tata Mc,Graw Hill.)




3
.Optics, Jenkins and White(
Tata Mc,Graw Hill.)

4
.

Funda
mental of Ph
ysics,

Resnick ,

Halliday

and Walker
,
(John
Willey

and Sons)

5

.Principles of Physics, Serway & Jewett,(Saunders College Publishing).

6
. Introduction to Solid State Physics, Kittel C(Wiley and Sons)

7
.

Laser &and Non
-
Linear Optics ,B.B.Laud (Oscar Publication).

8
.

Nanotechnology

Principals and Practices, Dr. S.K. Kulkarni (Capital Publishing Company)




















VI

41

Superconductivity
:
-

Introduction to superconductivity,
Properties of superconductors (zero resistance, Meissner
effect,

18
-
1
0
-
1
3


1,2,6

42

Critical Field, Persistent Current), Isotope effect ,


21
-
1
0
-
1
3


1,2,6

43

BCS theory. Type I & type II Super conductors,

22
-
1
0
-
1
3


1,2,6

44

Applications (super conducting magnets, transmission
lines etc), DC and AC Josephson effect.

*


2,8

45

Physics of Nanoparticles:
-

Introduction, Nanoparticles, Properties of nanoparticles
Optical, electrical(quantum dots, quantum wires),
magnetic, structural, mechanical,

*


2,8

46

Brief introduction to different methods of synthesis of
nanoparticles

such as physical, chemical, biological,
mechanical,

*


2,8

47

Synthesis of colloids, Growth of nanoparticles, synthesis
of metal nano
-
particles by colloidal route,

*


2,8

48

Applications of nanotechnology
-

electronics, energy,
automobiles, space and
defense, medical, environmental,
textile, cosmetics.

*



Poona District Education Association’s

College of Engineering,
Manjari Bk,

Pune

412307

FE Department


Subject:
-

Engg. Physics

(
Div:
-

A)




S
ubject Code:
-

10700
2


Subject Teacher
:
-

Dr.(Mrs.) S. R. Mudi


Academic Year: 2013
-

2014 (Semester
-
I)



Sr
.

No
.

Pr.

No
.

Name of the Practical


Batch

Proposed
Date

Performance
Date


Remark

1

1

To
determine Hall voltage (VH) of
semiconductor un
der different

magnetic field strength (B) and varying
magnitude of current (I)

To show that Hall Voltage is
proportional to both the magnetic field
strength (B) & the current (I)

To find the Hall Coefficient

A1

22
-
07
-
13



A2

27
-
07
-
13



2

2

Ultrasonic Interferometer for the
determination of compressibility of
liquid :
-

β = 1/(ρv
2
) where v is the
velocity of ultrasonic waves through
liquid and ρ is density of liquid (water).

A1

29
-
08
-
13



A2

03
-
08
-
13



3

3

Solar cell

characteristics, measurement
of Voc, Isc, fill factor

A1

05
-
08
-
13



A2

10
-
08
-
13



4

4

To determine the band gap of the

Semiconductor d
io
de

A1

12
-
08
-
13



A2

17
-
08
-
13



5

5

To determine the wavelength of
sodium light by Newton’s

Ring
arrangement.

A1

19
-
08
-
13



A2

24
-
08
-
13



6

6

Plane diffraction grating for the
determination of unknown wavelength.

A1

02
-
09
-
13



A2

07
-
09
-
13



7

7

Half shade polarimeter

A1

16
-
09
-
13



A2

14
-
09
-
13



8

8

Laser based experiment


(determination of no of lines / cm of a
grating)

A1

23
-
09
-
13



A2

21
-
09
-
13







Dr.(Mrs.) S. R. Mudi







Dr.(Mrs.) S. R. Mudi

(Signature of Teacher)









(Head of Department
)




Practical Plan

Pune

District Education Association’s

COLLEGE OF ENGG. Manjari (BK),Pune
-
412307

Department Of Engineering

Chemistry






Subject:
-

Engineering Chemistry


( Div:
-
B
) Subject Code:
-

10700
9


Subject Teacher
:
-


Prof. Kedari M.S. Academic Year: 2013
-

2014

( Semester
-
I )


TEACHING

PLAN

Unit

Lect. No.

Name Of Topic

Proposed
Date

Actual Date
of coverage

References











I



1


WATER

TECHNOLOGY &

GREEN
CHEMISTRY

Impurities in water,
Hardnes
of water and it’s determination by EDTA
method

22
-
7
-
13


2,7

2

Alkalinity of water its determination
,Numericals

23
-
7
-
13


2,8

3

Ill effect of hard water in boilers, Boiler feed
water treatment
-
internal treatment

25
-
7
-
13


7,8

4

External treatment


Zeolite process & its
numerical ion exchange method

26
-
7
-
13


7,8

5

Desalination of brackish water, purification
of water by Reverse osmosis &
Electrodialysis

29
-
7
-
13


7,8

6

Definition, goals of green chemistry,

30
-
7
-
13


7,8

7

Efficiency parameters, need of green
chemistry

1
-
8
-
13


7,8

8

Major uses
-
traditional and green pathways
of synthesis of adipic acid, polycarbonate ,
indigo dye

2
-
8
-
13


7,8










II

9

ELECTRO ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES

T
ypes of reference electrode,
indicator
electrode, ion selective electrode, Half cell
reaction,& complete cell reaction


5
-
8
-
13


1,9

10

Conductometry: Introduction , Kohlraush’s
law, Conductivity cell, measurement of
conductance

6
-
8
-
13


2,9

11

Applications
-

Conductometric

titrations, acid

base titrations, precipitation titration

8
-
8
-
13


2,9

12

pH

metry


Preparation o
f buffers,
standardization of pH

meter, mixture of
acids verses strong base titration
,differential plots

12
-
8
-
13


2,9

13

Potentiometry: Intoduction,
potentiometric
titration

differential plots, Applications
-
redox titration Fe/Ce titration

13
-
8
-
13


1,9

14

UV/Visible spectroscopy


Interaction of
radiation with matter Beer Lambert’s
law

16
-
8
-
13


1,9

15

Chromopher & auxochrome


19
-
8
-
13


,9

16

T
ypes of electronic

transition,
instrumentation

and
princi
ple , block
diagram of single and double beam
spectrophotometer. Applications of uv
-
visible spectroscopy.


20
-
8
-
13


9

III

17

Synthetic Organic Polymers
:
Introduction,
functionality of monomer,
polymerization
-
free radical mechanism and step growth
polymerization

22
-
8
-
13


2,6

18

Concept and significance of

Average
molecular weight, crystallinity in polymers,
Tm and Tg

23
-
8
-
13


1,6

19

Thermoplastic and thermosetting polymers,
compounding of
plastics, techniques of
polymerization

2
-
9
-
13


1,6

20

Study of Polyethylene and Epoxy resin

3
-
9
-
13


2,6,

21

Natural Rubber
-

processing and
Vulcanization by sulpher, SBR

5
-
9
-
13


2,6

22

Engineering Thermoplastics
-
Polycarbonate,
biodegradable polymers

6
-
9
-
13


6

23

Conducting polymers
-
Polyacetelene
-
electroluminscent polymers

10
-
9
-
13


6

24

Liquid crystal polymers
-

Kelvar, polymer
compostes
-
FRP

12
-
9
-
13


6

IV

25

FUELS &COMBUSTION
:
Fossil fuels
,
calorific value & it’s

units, determination of
calorific value by Bomb calorimeter.

13
-
9
-
13


1,2

26

Boy’s gas calorimeter , Numericals,

16
-
9
-
13


1,2

27

Solid fue
ls: Coal
, proximate & ultimate
analysis of coal
,

Numericals

17
-
9
-
13


1,2

28


Liquid fuel: Origin ,composition
,refining of
petroleum

19
-
9
-
13


1,2

29

Octane no. of petrol, Cetane no. of diesel,
power alcohol, biodiesel

20
-
9
-
13


1,2

30

Gaseous fuel: LNG,CNG,LPG, Hydrogen
gas as a fuel , Rocket propellant,

23
-
9
-
13


1,2

31

Combustion :

Chemical reaction, calculation
on air requirement for combustion.

24
-
9
-
13


1,2

32

Fuel Cells Defination advantages and
limitations of Phospheric acid fuel cell,
Polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell

26
-
9
-
13


1,2

V

33

Chemistry of Hydrogen and carbon

Chemistry of Hydrogen: The element

Isotopes
-
importance. Methods of
preparation
-

Laboratory

from aqueous
acid and alkali

27
-
9
-
13


5

34

Industrial
-
steam reforming of methane and
coke, electrolysis of water ,Solar energy (
water splitting)

7
-
10
-
13


5

35

Storage
-
chemical ( sodium alanates),
physical (carbon materials), difficulties in
storage and transportation Compounds of
hydrogen

8
-
10
-
13


5

36

Methods of preparation and applications
Molecular hydrides
-
hydrocarbons, silane,
germane, ammonia

10
-
10
-
13


5


37

Saline hydrides
-
LiH. Applications of
Hydrogen, hydrogen as a future fuel

11
-
10
-
13


5

38

Chemistry of Carbon: Position in periodic
table, occurrence, Isotopes

14
-
10
-
13


5

39

Hybridization, Diamond , Graphite

15
-
10
-
13


5

40

Graphene

, Fullerene, CNT, Amorphous
carbon

17
-
10
-
13


5

VI

41

Corrosion Science
Introduction. Types of
corrosion
-
Dry corrosion
-
mechanism, pilling
-
bed worth rule

18
-
10
-
13


1,2,

42

Wet corrosion mechanism

21
-
10
-
13


1,2,

43

Factors influencing corrosion
-
Nature
of
metal, Nature of environment

22
-
10
-
13


1,2,

44

Methods of corrosion control: Pourbaix
diagram, Cathodic and anodic protection



1,2,

45

Use of inhibitors



1,2,

46

Protective coating: Surface preparation



1,2,

47

Metallic coating: Types of
coatings,
methods of applications ( hot dipping,
cladding, electroplating and cementation)



1,2,

48

Electro less coatings, Non metallic
coatings: Chemical conversion coatings,
Powder coattings



1,2,7




Sign Of

Subject Teacher




H.O.D.

(
Prof. Kedari M.S.
)







Refference Books:

1

Engineering Chemistry





-

Jain & Jain ( Dhanpat Rai publication )



2 Engg
ineering. Chemistry




-

O. P. Agarawal


3 Physical Chemistry





-
Gordon Borrow


4 Hydrogen fuel
-

production transport and Storage

-
CRC press


5 Inorganic chemistry





-
Shriver and Atkins


6 Polymer Science and Technology



-
Joel R Fried


7 Engineering Chemistry




-
O G palanna


8

Engineering Chemistry




-
Dr S. S.
Dara, Dr S. S. Umare


9.Instrumental methods of chemical analysis
-

Khopkar























Pune

District Education Association’s

College of Engineering,
Manjari Bk,

Pune

412307

FE Department


Subject:
-

Engineering Chemistry

(
Div:
-

B)




S
ubject Code:
-

10700
9


Subject Teacher
:
-

Prof. M.S.Kedari


Academic Year: 2013
-

2014 (Semester
-
I)




Sr
.

No
.

Pr.

No
.

Name of the Practical


Batch

Proposed
Date

Performance

Date


Remark

1

1

Determination of Hardness of water by
E.D.T.A. method

B
1

29
-
7
-
13



B
2

23
-
7
-
13



2

2

Determination of Alkalinity of water

B
1

5
-
8
-
13



B
2

30
-
7
-
13



3

3

Determination of dissociation constant
of weak acid (acetic acid) using PH
meter

B
1

12
-
8
-
13



B
2

6
-
8
-
13



4

4

To Determine maximum wavelength of
absorption of CuSO
4
, verify Beer’s law
and find unknown concentration in
given sample

B
1

19
-
8
-
13



B
2

13
-
8
-
13



5

5

Titration of mixture of weak acid and
strong acid with strong base using
conductometer

B
1

2
-
9
-
13



B
2

20
-
8
-
13



6

6

Determination of electrochemical
equivalent (ECE) of copper

B
1

16
-
9
-
13



B
2

3
-
9
-
13



7

7

Proximate analysis of Coal

B
1

23
-
9
-
13



B
2

10
-
9
-
13



8

8

Determination of molecular weight of
Polyvinyl alcohol

B
1

7
-
10
-
13



B
2

17
-
9
-
13








Prof. M.S.Kedari






Dr.(Mrs.) S. R. Mudi

(Signature of Teacher)







(Head of Department
)

Practical Plan

Pune

District Education Association’s

COLLEGE OF ENGG. Manjari (BK),Pune
-
412307

Department Of Engineering

Chemistry






Subject:
-

Engineering Chemistry


( Div:
-
C
) Subject Code:
-

10700
9


Subject Teacher:
-


Prof. Kedari M.S. Academic Year: 2013
-

2014

( Semester
-
I )


TEACHING

PLAN

Unit

Lect. No.

Name Of Topic

Proposed
Date

Actual Date
of coverage

References











I



1


WATER

TECHNOLOGY &

GREEN
CHEMISTRY

Impurities in water, Hardnes
of water and it’s determination by EDTA
method

23
-
7
-
13


2,7

2

Alkalinity of water its determination
,Numericals

24
-
7
-
13


2,8

3

Ill effect of hard water in boilers, Boiler feed
water treatment
-
internal treatment

25
-
7
-
13


7,8

4

External treatment


Zeolite process & its
numerical ion exchange method

26
-
7
-
13


7,8

5

Desalination of brackish water, purification
of water by Reverse osmosis &
Electrodialysis

30
-
7
-
13


7,8

6

Definition, goals of green chemistry,

31
-
7
-
13


7,8

7

Efficiency parameters, need of green
chemistry

1
-
8
-
13


7,8

8

Major uses
-
traditional and green pathways
of synthesis of adipic acid, polycarbonate ,
indigo dye

2
-
8
-
13


7,8










II

9

ELECTRO ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES

T
ypes of reference
electrode, indicator
electrode, ion selective electrode, Half cell
reaction,& complete cell reaction


6
-
8
-
13


1,9

10

Conductometry: Introduction , Kohlraush’s
law, Conductivity cell, measurement of
conductance

7
-
8
-
13


2,9

11

Applications
-

Conductometric titrations, acid

base titrations, precipitation titration

8
-
8
-
13


2,9

12

pH

metry


Preparation o
f buffers,
standardization of pH

meter, mixture of
acids verses strong base titration
,differential plots

13
-
8
-
13


2,9

13

Potentiometry:
Intoduction, potentiometric
titration

differential plots, Applications
-
redox titration Fe/Ce titration

14
-
8
-
13


1,9

14

UV/Visible spectroscopy


Interaction of
radiation with matter Beer Lambert’s
law

16
-
8
-
13


1,9

15

Chromopher & auxochrome


20
-
8
-
13


,9

16

T
ypes of electronic

transition,
instrumentation

and
princi
ple , block
diagram of single and double beam
spectrophotometer. Applications of uv
-
visible spectroscopy.


21
-
8
-
13


9

III

17

Synthetic Organic Polymers
:
Introduction,
functionality of
monomer, polymerization
-
free radical mechanism and step growth
polymerization

22
-
8
-
13


2,6

18

Concept and significance of

Average
molecular weight, crystallinity in polymers,
Tm and Tg

23
-
8
-
13


1,6

19

Thermoplastic and thermosetting polymers,
compounding of plastics, techniques of
polymerization

3
-
9
-
13


1,6

20

Study of Polyethylene and Epoxy resin

4
-
9
-
13


2,6,

21

Natural Rubber
-

processing and
Vulcanization by sulpher, SBR

5
-
9
-
13


2,6

22

Engineering Thermoplastics
-
Polycarbonate,
biodegradable polymers

6
-
9
-
13


6

23

Conducting polymers
-
Polyacetelene
-
electroluminscent polymers

10
-
9
-
13


6

24

Liquid crystal polymers
-

Kelvar, polymer
compostes
-
FRP

11
-
9
-
13


6

IV

25

FUELS &COMBUSTION
:
Fossil fuels
,
calorific value & it’s

units, determination of
calorific value by Bomb calorimeter.

12
-
9
-
13


1,2

26

Boy’s gas calorimeter , Numericals,

13
-
9
-
13


1,2

27

Solid fue
ls: Coal
, proximate & ultimate
analysis of coal
,

Numericals

17
-
9
-
13


1,2

28


Liquid fuel: Origin ,composition
,refining of
petroleum

18
-
9
-
13


1,2

29

Octane no. of petrol, Cetane no. of diesel,
power alcohol, biodiesel

19
-
9
-
13


1,2

30

Gaseous fuel: LNG,CNG,LPG, Hydrogen
gas as a fuel , Rocket propellant,

20
-
9
-
13


1,2

31

Combustion :

Chemical reaction, calculation
on air requirement for combustion.

24
-
9
-
13


1,2

32

Fuel Cells Defination advantages and
limitations of Phospheric acid fuel cell,
Polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell

25
-
9
-
13


1,2

V

33

Chemistry of Hydrogen and carbon

Chemistry of Hydrogen: The element

Isotopes
-
importance. Methods of
preparation
-

Laboratory

from aqueous
acid and alkali

26
-
9
-
13


5

34

Industrial
-
steam reforming of methane and
coke, electrolysis of water ,Solar energy (
water splitting)

27
-
9
-
13


5

35

Storage
-
chemical ( sodium alanates),
physical (carbon materials), difficulties in
storage and transportation Compounds of
hydrogen

8
-
10
-
13


5

36

Methods of preparation and applications
Molecular hydrides
-
hydrocarbons, silane,
germane, ammonia

9
-
10
-
13


5


37

Saline hydrides
-
LiH. Applications of
Hydrogen, hydrogen as a future fuel

10
-
10
-
13


5

38

Chemistry of Carbon: Position in periodic
table, occurrence, Isotopes

11
-
10
-
13


5

39

Hybridization, Diamond , Graphite

15
-
10
-
13


5

40

Graphene

, Fullerene, CNT, Amorphous
carbon

17
-
10
-
13


5

VI

41

Corrosion Science
Introduction. Types of
corrosion
-
Dry corrosion
-
mechanism, pilling
-
bed worth rule

18
-
10
-
13


1,2,

42

Wet corrosion mechanism

22
-
10
-
13


1,2,

43

Factors influencing corrosion
-
Nature
of
metal, Nature of environment



1,2,

44

Methods of corrosion control: Pourbaix
diagram, Cathodic and anodic protection



1,2,

45

Use of inhibitors



1,2,

46

Protective coating: Surface preperation



1,2,

47

Metallic coating: Types of coatings,
methods of applications ( hot dipping,
cladding, electroplating and cementation)



1,2,

48

Electro less coatings, Non metallic
coatings: Chemical conversion coatings,
Powder coattings



1,2,7




Sign Of

Subject Teacher




H.O.D.

(
Prof. Kedari M.S.
)







Refference Books:

1

Engineering Chemistry





-

Jain & Jain ( Dhanpat Rai publication )



2 Engg
ineering. Chemistry




-

O. P. Agarawal


3 Physical Chemistry





-
Gordon Borrow


4 Hydrogen fuel
-

production transport and Storage

-
CRC press


5 Inorganic chemistry





-
Shriver and Atkins


6 Polymer Science and Technology



-
Joel R Fried


7 Engineering Chemistry




-
O G palanna


8

Engineering Chemistry




-
Dr S. S.
Dara, Dr S. S. Umare


9.Instrumental methods of chemical analysis
-

Khopkar
















Pune

District Education Association’s

College of Engineering,
Manjari Bk,

Pune

412307

FE Department


Subject:
-

Engineering Chemistry

(
Div:
-

C)




S
ubject Code:
-

10700
9


Subject Teacher
:
-

Prof. M.S.Kedari


Academic Year: 2013
-

2014 (Semester
-
I)




Sr
.

No
.

Pr.

No
.

Name of the Practical


Batch

Proposed
Date

Performance
Date


Remark

1

1

Determination of Hardness of water by
E.D.T.A. method

C
1

24
-
7
-
13



C
2

26
-
7
-
13



2

2

Determination of Alkalinity of water

C
1

31
-
7
-
13



C
2

2
-
8
-
13



3

3

Determination of dissociation constant
of weak acid (acetic acid) using PH
meter

C
1

7
-
8
-
13



C
2

9
-
8
-
13



4

4

To Determine maximum wavelength of
absorption of CuSO
4
, verify Beer’s law
and find unknown concentration in
given sample

C
1

14
-
8
-
13



C
2

16
-
8
-
13



5

5

Titration of mixture of weak acid and
strong acid with strong base using
conductometer

C
1

21
-
8
-
13



C
2

23
-
8
-
13



6

6

Determination of electrochemical
equivalent (ECE) of copper

C
1

4
-
9
-
13



C
2

13
-
9
-
13



7

7

Proximate analysis of Coal

C
1

11
-
9
-
13



C
2

20
-
9
-
13



8

8

Determination of molecular weight of
Polyvinyl
alcohol

C
1

25
-
9
-
13



C
2

4
-
10
-
13








Prof. M.S.Kedari






Dr.(Mrs.) S. R. Mudi

(Signature of Teacher)







(Head of Department)

Practical Plan


Poona District Education Association’s

College of Engineering, Manjari, Pune.


Department of First Year Engineering


Subject: Basic Civil And
Environmental

Engineering





Subject Code: 101005

Subje
ct Teacher: Prof. R.P.Wade




Acad. Year: 2013
-
14

(Semester

I)

Div


A



Unit

Lecture

No.

Name of Topic

Proposed
Date

Actual
Date of
Coverage

References









I

01

Basic areas in Civil Engineering. Surveying,
construction Engg, Fluid Mechanics

24/07/2013


3,5

02

Transportation Engg, Irrigation Engg.

25/07/2013


3,5

03

Project Management, Structural Engg,
Geotechnical & Foundation Engg.
Environmental Engg.

29/07/2013


3,5

04

Quantity Surveying, Town Planning,
Earthquake Engg, Infrastructure
Development ,

31/07/2013


3,5

05

Role of Civil Engineer in the construction of
buildings, dams

01/08/2013


3,5

06

Role of Civil Engineer in the construction of
expressways, in infrastructure projects for
21
st

century. Importance of interdisciplinary
approach in Engineering.

05/08/2013


3,5









II


07

Use of basic materials, viz. cement, bricks,
stone, sand, steel.

07/08/2013


3,5

08

Concrete types
-

PCC, RCC, Precast &
Prestressed. Recycling of materials.

08/08/2013


3,5

09

Substructure
-

function of Foundation, (only
concept of settlement & Bearing capacity of
soils)

12/08/2013


3,5

10

Types of shallow foundations, Deep
foundation
(only concept of Friction & end
bearing pile.)

14/08/2013


3,5

11

Superstructure
-

Types of loads: DL, LL, WL
& Earthquake considerations. Types of
construction
-
Load bearing, Framed,
Composite.

19/08/2013


3,5

12

Fundamental requirements of masonry.
Introduction to automation in construction.

21/08/2013


3,5


13

Principles of Survey.Introduction to scale.
22/08/2013


1,5

Teaching Plan
(Practical)








III






Various types of maps & their uses.

14

Modern survey methods using levels,
Theodolite
, EDM, lasers, total station &
GPS.Measuring areas from maps using
digital planimeter.

02/09/2013


1,5

15

Levelling
-

Basic terms, Study and Use of
dumpy level & leveling staff,


Simple & differential Levelling

04/09/2013


1,5

16

Determining the elevations of various points
by collimation plane method.

05/09/2013


1,5

17

Determining the elevations of various points
by Rise & Fall method.

11/09/2013


1,5

18

contours: characteristics & uses. GIS
software & its application area

12/09/2013


1,5








IV

19

Concept of Environment



Biotic & abiotic factors


16/09/2013


4,5

20

Impact of the human behaviour & the
technological advancements on the
environment .Need for conserving natural
resources & preserving the environment.

18/09/2013


4,5

21

Engineer’s role in achieving sustainable
development

19/09/2013


4,5

22

Environmental Impact Assessment

23/09/2013


4,5

23

Introduction to solid waste management.

25/09/2013


4,5

24

Electronic wastes and its disposal.

26/09/2013


3,5







V


25

Conce
pt of an integrated built
environment
-

natural and manmade Principles of planning
viz. Aspect, prospect, roominess

07/10/2013


2,5

26

Grouping, Privacy, Circulation, Sanitation

09/10/2013


2,5

27

Orientation, Elegance,
Economy.

10/10/2013


2,5

28

Use of various eco
-
friendly materials in
construction. Concept of green buildings.

14/10/2013


2,5

29

Role of Byelaws in regulating the
environment.Concept of built up area,carpet
area,plot area,FSI

17/10/2013


2,5

30

Numerical examples based on above theory

21/10/2013


2,5



31

Types of energy:

Conventional & Non conventional.

28/10/2013


2,5






VI







32

Need for harnessing alternative energies to
meet the increased demand.

Methods of harnessing energies.

30/10/2013


2,5

33

Sources, causes, effects, remedial
measures associated with Air Pollution.

31/10/2013


2,5

34

Sources, causes, effects, remedial
measures associated with Water Pollution.

*


2,5

35

Sources, causes, effects, remedial
measures
associated with Noise Pollution.

*


2,5

36

Sources, causes, effects, remedial
measures associated with Land Pollution

*


2,5


*

These topics will be covered by taking extra lectures
.




Prof. R.P.Wade








Dr. S. R. Mudi

(Signature of Teacher)









(Head of Department)



Reference Books:



1. Surveying & Levelling


Kanetkar &Kulkarni, PVG Prakashan.


2. Environmental Studies

D. L. Manjunath

Pearson Education.


3. Building Construction
-

Bindra & Arora, Dhanpatrai publications.


4. Building Design & Drawing


Shah, Kale & Patki, TATA McGraw Hill.




5. Basic Civil & Environmental Engg.


Dr. S. N. Londhe, S.S. Shastri,N.D.Chaudhari


Tech
-
max Publications.








Poona District Education Association’s

College of Engineering, Manjari Bk, Pune

412307

Department of First Year
Engineering

Subject:
-

Basic Civil And Environmental Engineering (Div:
-

A) Subject Code:
-

101005

Subject Teacher:
-

Prof.
R.P.Wade


Academic Year: 2013
-

2014

(Semester
-
I)




Sr.

No.

Pr.

No.

Name of the Practical

Batch

Proposed
Date

Performance
Date

Remark

1

1

Study of Digital Planimeter

A1

23/07/2013



A2

26/07/2013



2

2

Study of Maps

A1

30/07/2013



A2

02/08/2013



3

3

Study and Drawing of Residential
Building Plan

A1

06/08/2013



A2

09/08/2013



4

4

Measurement of Distance by EDM

A1

13/08/2013



A2

16/08/2013



5

5

Study of Dumpy Level and Leveling
Staff


A1

20/08/2013



A2

23/08/2013



6

6

Poster Making Related to Energy/
Environment

A1

03/08/2013



A2

06/09/2013



7

7

Study of GPS

A1

10/09/2013



A2

13/09/2013



8

8

Study of Civil Engineering Software

A1

17/09/2013



A2

20/09/2013





Prof .

R.P.Wade



Dr.(Mrs) S.R. Mudi

(Signature of Teacher)







(Head of Department)


Teaching Plan

(Practical)


Poona District Education Association’s

College of Engineering, Manjari, Pune.


Department
of First Year Engineering


Subject: Basic Civil And
Environmental

Engineering





Subject Code: 101005

Subje
ct Teacher: Prof.R.P.Wade




Acad. Year:
2012
-
13 (Semester

I)

Div
-

B


Unit

Lecture

No.

Name of Topic

Proposed
Date

Actual
Date of
Coverage

References









I

01

Basic areas in Civil Engineering. Surveying,
construction Engg, Fluid Mechanics

26/07/2013


3,5

02

Transportation Engg
, Irrigation Engg.

27/07/2013


3,5

03

Project Management, Structural Engg,
Geotechnical & Foundation Engg.
Environmental Engg.

29/07/2013


3,5

04

Quantity Surveying, Town Planning,
Earthquake Engg, Infrastructure
Development ,

02/08/2013


3,5

05

Role of Civil Engineer in the construction of
buildings, dams

03/08/2013


3,5

06

Role of Civil Engineer in the construction of
expressways, in infrastructure projects for
21
st

century. Importance of interdisciplinary
approach in Engineering.

05/08/2013


3,5









II


07

Use of basic materials, viz. cement, bricks,
stone, sand, steel.

10/08/2013


3,5

08

Concrete types
-

PCC, RCC, Precast &
Prestressed. Recycling of materials.

12/08/2013


3,5

09

Substructure
-

function of Foundation, (only
concept of
settlement & Bearing capacity of
soils)

16/08/2013


3,5

10

Types of shallow foundations, Deep
foundation (only concept of Friction & end
bearing pile.)

17/08/2013


3,5

11

Superstructure
-

Types of loads: DL, LL, WL
& Earthquake considerations. Types of
construction
-
Load bearing, Framed,
Composite.

19/08/2013


3,5

12

Fundamental requirements of masonry.
Introduction to automation in construction.

23/08/2013


3,5


13

Principles of Survey.Introduction to scale.
24/08/2013


1,5

Teaching Plan
(Practical)








III






Various types of maps &
their uses.

14

Modern survey methods using levels,
Theodolite, EDM, lasers, total station &
GPS.Measuring areas from maps using
digital planimeter.

02/09/2013


1,5

15

Levelling
-

Basic terms, Study and Use of
dumpy level &

leveling staff,


Simple & differential Levelling

06/09/2013


1,5

16

Determining the elevations of various points
by collimation plane method.

07/09/2013


1,5

17

Determining the elevations of various points
by Rise & Fall method.

13/09/2013


1,5

18

contours: characteristics & uses. GIS
software & its application area

14/09/2013


1,5








IV

19

Concept of Environment



Biotic & abiotic factors


16/09/2013


4,5

20

Impact of the human behaviour &

the
technological advancements on the
environment .Need for conserving natural
resources & preserving the environment.

20/09/2013


4,5

21

Engineer’s role in achieving sustainable
development

21/09/2013


4,5

22

Environmental Impact Assessment

23/09/2013


4,5

23

Introduction to solid waste management.

27/09/2013


4,5

24

Electronic wastes and its disposal.

28/09/2013


3,5







V


25

Conce
pt of an integrated built
environment
-

natural and manmade Principles of planning
viz. Aspect,
prospect, roominess

07/10/2013


2,5

26

Grouping, Privacy, Circulation, Sanitation

11/10/2013


2,5

27

Orientation, Elegance, Economy.

12/10/2013


2,5

28

Use of various eco
-
friendly materials in
construction. Concept of green buildings.

14/10/2013


2,5

29

Role of Byelaws in regulating the
environment.Concept of built up area,carpet
area,plot area,FSI

18/10/2013


2,5

30

Numerical examples based on above theory

19/10/2013


2,5



31

Types of energy:

Conventional & Non conventional.

21/10/2013


2,5






VI







32

Need for harnessing alternative energies to
meet the increased demand.

Methods of harnessing energies.

25/10/2013


2,5

33

Sources, causes, effects, remedial
measures associated with Air Pollution.

26/10/2013


2,5

34

Sources,
causes, effects, remedial
measures associated with Water Pollution.

28/10/2013


2,5

35

Sources, causes, effects, remedial
measures associated with Noise Pollution.

*


2,5

36

Sources, causes, effects, remedial
measures associated with Land Pollution

*


2,5


*
These topics will be covered by taking extra lectures
.




Prof. R.P.Wade








Dr. S. R. Mudi

(Signature of Teacher)









(Head of Department)



Reference Books:



1. Surveying & Levelling


Kanetkar &Kulkarni, PVG Prakashan.


2. Environmental Studies

D. L. Manjunath

Pearson Education.


3. Building Construction
-

Bindra & Arora, Dhanpatrai publications.


4. Building Design & Drawing


Shah, Kale & Patki, TATA McGraw Hill.




5. Basic C
ivil & Environmental Engg.


Dr. S. N. Londhe, S.S. Shastri,N.D.Chaudhari


Tech
-
max Publications.















Poona District Education Association’s

College of Engineering, Manjari Bk, Pune

412307

Department of First Year
Engineering

Subject:
-

Engineering Mechanics (Div:
-

B) Subject Code:
-

101005

Subject Teacher:
-

Prof. N. B. Bhalerao

Academic Year: 2013
-

2014

(Semester
-
I)




Sr.

No.

Pr.

No.

Name of the Practical

Batch

Proposed
Date

Performance
Date

Remark

1

1

Study of Digital Planimeter

B1

27/07/2013



B2

25/07/2013



2

2

Study of Maps

B1

03/08/2013



B2

01/08/2013



3

3

Study and Drawing of Residential
Building Plan

B1

10/08/2013



B2

08/08/2013



4

4

Measurement of Distance by EDM

B1

17/08/2013



B2

22/08/2013



5

5

Study of Dumpy Level and Leveling
Staff


B1

24/08/2013



B2

05/09/2013



6

6

Poster Making Related to Energy/
Environment

B1

07/09/2013



B2

12/09/2013



7

7

Visit to a construction site

B1

14/09/2013



B2

19/09/2013



8

8

Study of Civil Engineering Software

B1

21/09/2013



B2

26/09/2013





Prof .

N.

B.

Bhalerao



Dr.(Mrs) S.R. Mudi

(Signature of Teacher)







(Head of Department)



Teaching

Plan (Practical)





Poona District Education Association’s

College of Engineering,
Manjari, Pune.


Department of First Year Engineering


Subject: Basic Civil And
Environmental

Engineering





Subject Code: 101005

Subject Teacher: Prof. N. B. Bhalerao





Acad. Year: 2013
-
14

(Semester

I)

Div


C


Unit

Lecture

No.

Name of Topic

Proposed
Date

Actual
Date of
Coverage

References









I

01

Basic areas in Civil Engineering. Surveying,
construction Engg, Fluid Mechanics

23
-
07
-
1
3


3,5

02

Transportation Engg, Irrigation Engg.

24
-
07
-
1
3


3,5

03

Project Management, Structural Engg,
Geotechnical & Foundation Engg.
Environmental Engg.

25
-
07
-
1
3


3,5

04

Quantity Surveying, Town Planning,
Earthquake Engg, Infrastructure
Development ,

30
-
07
-
1
3


3,5

05

Role of Civil Engineer in the construction of
buildings, dams

31
-
07
-
13


3,5

06

Role of Civil Engineer in the construction of
expressways, in
infrastructure projects for
21
st

century. Importance of interdisciplinary
approach in Engineering.

01
-
08
-
1
3


3,5









II


07

Use of basic materials, viz. cement, bricks,
stone, sand, steel.

06
-
08
-
1
3


3,5

08

Concrete types
-

PCC, RCC, Precast &
Prestressed. Recycling of materials.

07
-
08
-
1
3


3,5

09

Substructure
-

function of Foundation, (only
concept of settlement & Bearing capacity of
soils)

08
-
08
-
1
3


3,5

10

Types of shallow foundations, Deep
foundation (only concept of Friction & end
bearing
pile.)

13
-
08
-
1
3


3,5

11

Superstructure
-

Types of loads: DL, LL, WL
& Earthquake considerations. Types of
construction
-
Load bearing, Framed,
Composite.

14
-
08
-
1
3


3,5

12

Fundamental requirements of masonry.
Introduction to automation in construction.

20
-
08
-
1
3


3,5

Teaching Plan
(Practical)









III






13

Principles of Survey.Introduction to scale.
Various types of maps & their uses.

21
-
08
-
1
3


1,5

14

Modern survey methods using levels,
Theodolite, EDM, lasers, total station &
GPS.Measuring areas from maps using
digital
planimeter.

22
-
08
-
1
3


1,5

15

Levelling
-

Basic terms, Study and Use of
dumpy level & leveling staff,


Simple & differential Levelling

03
-
09
-
1
3


1,5

16

Determining the elevations of various points
by collimation plane method.

04
-
09
-
1
3


1,5

17

Determining the elevations of various points
by Rise & Fall method.

05
-
09
-
1
3


1,5

18

contours: characteristics & uses. GIS
software & its application area

10
-
09
-
1
3


1,5








IV

19

Concept of Environment



Biotic & abiotic factors


11
-
09
-
1
3


4,5

20

Impact of the human behaviour & the
technological advancements on the
environment .Need for conserving natural
resources & preserving the environment.

12
-
09
-
1
3


4,5

21

Engineer’s role in achieving sustainable
development

17
-
09
-
1
3


4,5

22

Environmental

Impact Assessment

18
-
09
-
1
3


4,5

23

Introduction to solid waste management.

19
-
09
-
1
3


4,5

24

Electronic wastes and its disposal.

24
-
09
-
1
3


3,5







V


25

Conce
pt of an integrated built
environment
-

natural and manmade Principles of planning
viz.
Aspect, prospect, roominess

25
-
09
-
1
3


2,5

26

Grouping, Privacy, Circulation, Sanitation

26
-
09
-
1
3


2,5

27

Orientation, Elegance, Economy.

08
-
10
-
1
3


2,5

28

Use of various eco
-
friendly materials in
construction. Concept of green buildings.

09
-
10
-
1
3


2,5

29

Role of Byelaws in regulating the
environment.Concept of built up area,carpet
area,plot area,FSI

10
-
10
-
1
3


2,5

30

Numerical examples based on above theory

11
-
10
-
1
3


2,5


31

Types of energy:

15
-
10
-
1
3


2,5







VI







Conventional & Non conventional.

32

Need for harnessing alternative energies to
meet the increased demand.

Methods of harnessing energies.

16
-
10
-
1
3


2,5

33

Sources, causes, effects, remedial
measures associated with Air Pollution.

17
-
10
-
1
3


2,5

34

Sources, causes, effects,
remedial
measures associated with Water Pollution.

18
-
10
-
1
3


2,5

35

Sources, causes, effects, remedial
measures associated with Noise Pollution.

19
-
10
-
1
3


2,5

36

Sources, causes, effects, remedial
measures associated with Land Pollution

22
-
10
-
1
3


2,5






Prof. N. B. Bhalerao








Dr. S. R. Mudi

(Signature of Teacher)









(Head of Department)



Reference Books:



1. Surveying & Levelling


Kanetkar &Kulkarni, PVG Prakashan.


2. Environmental Studies

D. L. Manjunath

Pearson Education.


3. Building Construction
-

Bindra & Arora, Dhanpatrai publications.


4. Building Design & Drawing


Shah, Kale & Patki, TATA McGraw Hill.




5. Basic Civil & Environmental Engg.


Dr. S.

N. Londhe,
Dr.
S.S. Shastri,


Tech
-
max Publications.







Poona District Education Association’s

College of Engineering, Manjari Bk, Pune

412307

Department of First Year
Engineering

Subject:
-

Engineering Mechanics (Div:
-

C) Subject Code:
-

101005

Subject Teacher:
-

Prof. N. B. Bhalerao

Academic Year: 2013
-

2014

(Semester
-
I)




Sr.

No.

Pr.

No.

Name of the Practical

Batch

Proposed
Date

Performance
Date

Remark

1

1

Study of Digital Planimeter

C1

29/07/2013



C2

24/07/2013



2

2

Study of Maps

C1

05/08/2013



C2

31/07/2013



3

3

Study and Drawing of Residential
Building Plan

C1

12/08/2013



C2

07/08/2013



4

4

Measurement of Distance by EDM

C1

19/08/2013



C2

14/08/2013



5

5

Study of Dumpy Level and Leveling
Staff


C1

02/09/2013



C2

21/08/2013



6

6

Poster Making Related to Energy/
Environment

C1

16/09/2013



C2

04/09/2013



7

7

Visit to a construction site

C1

23/09/2013



C2

11/09/2013



8

8

Study of Civil Engineering Software

C1

30/09/2013



C2

18/09/2013





Prof .

N.

B.

Bhalerao



Dr.(Mrs) S.R. Mudi

(Signature of Teacher)







(Head of Department)


Teaching Plan (Practical)

Pune District Education Association’s

College of Engineering
, Manjari Bk. Pune
,412307

Department of Electronics Engineering


Subject: Basic Electronics Engineering

Div
-

A




Subject Code: (104011
)


Subject Teacher:
Prof.G.R.Verma





Acad. Year: 2013
-
14(Semester

I)




Unit

Lecture
No

Name of the Topic

Proposed
Date

Actual Date
of Coverage

References




I

1

Half wave rectifier

22/07/13


T5 T4

2


Full wave rectifiers

23/07/13


T5 T2

3


Power supply filters and capacitor filters

26/07/13


T4


4

Clippers circuits

29/07/13


T2

5

Clamping circuits

30/07/13


T2 T5

6

Zener diode, LED and Photodiodes

2/08/13


T5 T4



II

7

BJT structure,operation,biasing

5/08/13


T5 T4

8

Transistor characteristics and parameter

6/08/13


T4 T2

9

Dc operating point

12/08/13


T5

10

Transistor as an amplifier

13/08/13


T5

11

Transistor as switch

16/08/13


T5

12

Enhancement type MOSFET

19/08/13


T5



III





13

OPAMPS block diagram

20/08/13


T5

14

Parameters of ideal & practical Op
-
amp
,
negative

feedback

23/08/13


T5

15

Comparators, Summing amplifiers


2/09/13


T5

16

Integrators, Differentiators


3/09/13


T5, T4

17

IC555 timer as an oscillator

6/09/13


T4

18

Voltage regulation ,IC voltage regulators

10/09/13


T5




IV

19

Digital als,digital Gates

13/09
/13


T3

20

Boolean algebra, Half adder, Full adder

17/09/13


T2, T3

21

Multiplexers,Demultiplexer

20/09/13


T3

22

Flip
-
flops, D flip
-
flop

23/09/13


T3

23


Shift Register, Counters

24/09/13


T3

24

Block diagram of Mp and MC and their application



27/09/13


T3






V

25

4
-
layer devices,SCR,Diac,Triac

7/10/13


T1


26

Transducer

8/10/13


T1

27

Thermistor, RTD

11/10/13


T8


28

Inductive tranducer,LVDT

14/10/13


T8


29

Phototransistor, Temperature Tranducer,Flow
measurement


15/10/13


T8


30

Digital thermometer,

Block diagram of Weighing
machine

18/10/13


T8









VI

31

Importance of

communication system
, block diagram,
bandwidth requirement

21/10/13


T8


32

IEEE frequency spectrum

22/10/13


T7

33

Transmission media

*


T6

34

Need
of modulation, AM

*


T6

Teaching Plan








Prof.
G.R.Verma





Prof.
R.M.Sahu


(
Subject

Teacher)







(Head of Department)


Text Books:

T1
The art of electronics, Second edition, Low price edition, Paul Horowitz.

T2
Electronics Devices and Circuits, Eastern Economy Edition, Allen Mottershead.

T3
Digital principles and application, Fifth edition, Tata McGraw Hill edition, Malvino & Leach.

T4
Electronics Devices and Circuits, Fifth edition, Oxford higher education, David Bell.

T5
Electronics Devices, Sixth edition, Pearson education, Floyd.

T6
Elect
ronics Communication Systems, Fourth edition, Tata McGraw Hill edition, Kennedy, Davis.

T7
Communication electronics principles and application, Third edition, Tata McGraw Hill edition, Frenzel.

T8
Electronics instrumentation, Second edition, Tata McGraw H
ill edition, Kalsi.

T9
The 8051 Microcontroller, Second edition, Penram international, Knneth & Ayala.





















35

FM modulation


*


T5,T6

36

Mobile communication
, Block diagram of GSM System

*


T5

37

revision

*



Pune District Education Association’s

College of Engineering, Manjari Bk. Pune

412307


Department of Electronics Engineering.

(Practical

Plan
)
((


Subject: Basic Electronics Engg.
Div
-

A

Subject Code: (104011)

Subject Teacher: Prof.G.R.Verma



Acad. Year: 201
3
-
1
4 (Semester

II)


Pr.
No.

Name of the practical

Batch

Proposed date

Performance
date

Remark

1

Study of different electronic
components

A
1

26/07/13

9/08/13



A
2

23/07/13

30/07/13


2

Study of
different electronic
measuring
instruments

A
1

16/08/13

23/08/13



A2


06/08/1
13/08/13


3

Study of Regulated power
supply

A
1

06/09/13



A
2

20/09/13

03/09/13


4

Study of single stage BJT
common emitter amplifier
circuits

A
1

13/09/13



A
2

10/09/13

17/09/13


5

Study of
Op
-
amp based
amplifiers circuits

A
1

20/09/13



A
2

24/09/13


6

Study of IC 555 Timer Circuit

A1

27/09/13



A
2

08/10/13


7

Study of Digital circuits

A
1

11/10/13



A
2

15/10/13


8

Built and test Simple
application circuit

A
1

18/10/13



A
2

22/10/13


























Prof.G.R.Verma








Prof.R.M.Sahu


(Subject Teacher)


(H.O.D.)


P.D.E.A’S

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING,MANJARI (BK)

Subject:
-

Engg.Graphics Div: (B)



Subject Code:102006


Subject Teacher: Prof.
P.S.Jadhao

Academic Year:
2013
-
14


Teaching Plan

Unit

Name of the topic

Proposed
date of
completion

Actual
date of
completion

I

Fundamentals Of Engg.Drawing:

Introduction to drawing elements and their
use,Engg.lettering,Drawingsheets,Lines
-
types of line
sand their use in Mech.Engg
.Drawing., dimensioning
technology, General rules for dimensioning.


23
/0
7
/201
3


Projections of points & lines:

Theory of projectons(reference planes
&Auxilaryplanes,First

and third angle method of
projection),projection of first and third quadrant
with all possible positions.

26
/0
7
/201
3


27
/0
7
/201
3


Projection of lines:

Projection of lines(By first angle method
only)inclined to horizontal plane,frontalplane,&in

both i.e. oblique lines on reference and auxiliary
planes,True length of line by rotation of view &
rotation of plane methods,traces of lines(To locate
only H.T. & V.T)

30
/0
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02
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3

03
/08/201
3


II

Projection of planes:

Projection of planes on re
ference and auxiliary
planes(By 1
st

angle method of projection
only),
Projection

of planes(triangle
-
all
cases,Quadrilateral, pentagon,Hexagon and circle)by
reference and auxiliary plane method,Planes
inclined to horizontal reference plane,frontal
reference
plane and oblique plane,True shape of
plane,Angle made by plane with Principle reference
planes.

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/08/201
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10
/08/201
3

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/08/201
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/08/201
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/08/201
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/0
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/201
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III

Projection of solids:

Introduction to Solides, Projection of solids inclined
to one &
0 both reference plane, Projection of
solids(Tetrahedron, cube, prisms, Clinder ,Pyramid
and Cone only with maximum six side base.)

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/201
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/09/201
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IV

Engineering curves:

Conic section


Ellispe ,

Parabola , Hyperbola by
Focus
-
directrix& rectangle method, Helix for
Cylinder, Involuteof a circle, Cycloid, Archemedian
Spiral.

Development of solids: Development of prism
(maximum six solids), Development of cone.


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/09/201
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V

Orthographic views:

Orthographic projection of given pictorial view by
first angle method of Projection only, Study of Types
of section orthographic projection.

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/201
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/201
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05/10/2013





VI


Isometric projections:

Introduction to Isometric View with the example of
Cube, Isometric axes, scale, Isometric projections
and Isometric views, Costruction

of isometric, non
-
isometric lines, Angles, Circle, Sphere, Arc etc.
Drawing isometric views of simple solid and objects,
Dimensioning


only Length, Wide and height of
isometric views.



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/10/201
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/10/201
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Textbooks:

1.N.D.Bhatt&V.M.Panchal,Enggg.drawing,Plane& Solid geometry

2.K.L.Narayana&P.L.Kannaiah”Text Book on Engg.Drawing”

3.
K.C.John, “Engg. Graphics For Degree”.

4.Basantagrawal and C.M agrawal,” Engg. Graphics”By Tata Mcgraw
-
Hill
Publication.

5.

“TechMax”




Prof.P.S.Jadhao








Prof.D.A.Kamble


Subject Teacher


HOD(Mechanical)









Pune District Education Association’s


College of Engineering,
Manjari(Bk), Pune


412307

Depart
ment of Mechanical Engineering


Subject:

Engg. Graphics
-

I


Div.(B)




Subject Code: 102006

Subject Teacher: Prof.
P.S.

Jadhao




Acad. Year: 201
3
-
1
4

(Semester
-

I)




S
r
.
N
o

Sheet

N
o

Name of the
sheet

B
atch

Probable date
of conduction

Actual date of

conduction


1


Sheet
No
-
1


Projections of Lines

B 1

26/07/2013

02/08/2013


B 2

27/07/2013

03/08/2013



A1

25/07/2013

01/08/2013


2




Sheet

No
-
2


Projections of Planes

B 1

16/08/2013

23/08/2013


B 2

10/08/2013

17/08/2013


A1


08/08/2013

22/08/2013


3




Sheet
No
-
3


Projections of Solids

B 1

30/08/2013

06/09/2013


B 2

24/08/2013

31/08/2013


A1


29/08/2013

05/09/2013



4


Sheet
No
-
4


Engineering Curves

B 1

13/09/2013

20/09/2013


B 2

07/09/2013

14/09/2013


A1


12/09/2013

19/09/2013


5


Sheet
No
-
5


Orthographic Views

B 1

27/09/2013

04/10/2013


B 2

21/09/2013

28/09/2013



A1

26/09/2013

03/10/2013


6




Sheet
No
-
6


Isometric Projections


B 1

11/10/2013

18/10/2013


B 2

05/10/2013

12/10/2013



A1

10/10/2013

17/10/2013





Prof.
P.S.Jadhao








Prof. D.A. Kamble

(Subject Teacher)






(Head of Department)

Practical Plan