8
ELECTIVES
MATHEMATICS (A minimum of two electives)
08O001
Applied Numerical Methods
08O002
Business Statistics
08O003
Mathematical Modeling
08O004
Optimization Techniques
08O005
Statistics and Quality Control
08O006
Stochastic Models
PHYSICS
08O016
Micro Machining and Micro Sensors
08O017
Nano Science and Technology
08O018
Integrated Circuit Technology
08O019
Thin Film Technology
08O020
Laser Technology
08O021
Composite Materials
08O022
Electronic Ceramics
08O023
Plasm
a Technology
08O024
Computational Materials Science
08O025
Quantum Mechanics
08O026
Electro Optic Materials
08O027
Analytical Methods in Materials Science
08O028
Vacuum Science and Deposition Techniques
08O029
Semi Conducting Materials a
nd Device
08O030
Sensors for Engineering Applications
CHEMISTRY
08O031
Energy Storing Devices and Fuel Cells
08O032
P
olymers in
E
lectronics
08O033
Organic Electronics
08O034
F
unctional
C
oatings by
P
olymer
M
icro Encapsulation
08O035
A
nalytical Methods for
T
extiles and
T
extile Ancillaries
08O036
P
olymers and
C
omposites
08O037
C
orrosion
S
cience and
E
ngineering
08O038
C
hemistry of
N
anomaterials
08O039
P
olymer Chemistry and
P
olymer Processing
08O040
E
lectro analytical Methods
08O041
I
nstrumental Methods of
C
hemical Analysis
08O042
Advanced Reaction Mechanism
08O043
Chemical Sensors and Biosensors
08O044
Computational Physical Chemistry
08O045
Molecular Spectroscopy
HUMANITIES (A minimum of one elective)
08O046
Principles of
Management
08O047
Human Resource Management
08O048
Introduction to Management
08O049
Organizational Behaviour
08O050
Value Management
08O051
Human Values and Professional Ethics
08O052
Micro Economic Environment
08O053
Marketing Systems
08O054
Ent
repreneurship
08O055
Analysis of Manufacturing and Service Systems
08O056
Financial and Management Accounting
08O057
Managerial Finance
08O058
Working Capital Management
08O059
Cost Management
08O060
Technology Incubators and Commercialization of
Innovation
LANGUAGE (A minimum of one elective)
08O061
Professional English
9
08O062
Initiative to German Language
08O063
Basic French
08O064
Basic Conversational Skills in Japanese Language
DEPARTMENT ELECTIVES
(A minimum of three electives)
#
08I001
Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems
08I002
Grid Computing
08I003
Software Process Management
08I004
Electronic Commerce
08I005
Enterprise Resource Planning
08I006
Parallel Computer Architecture and Programming
08I007
Digital Image Processing
08I008
Software Testing Methods and Tools
08I009
Health Care Information Systems
08I010
Bioinformatics
08I011
Mobile Computing
08I012
Embedded Systems
08I013
Compiler Design
08I014
Broadband Networks
08I015
Soft Computing
08I016
Decision Support
Systems
08I017
Client Server Computing
08I018
Multimedia Computing
08I019
UNIX Internals
08I020
Web Services and
Service Oriented Architecture
08I021
Information Storage and Management
#

A candidate may be permitted to take a maximum of two electives in lieu of department elective courses
from the list of core and elective courses of other
departments /
branches of BE / BTech degree
programmes
with specific permission from the concerned Heads of the Departments.
10
SEMESTER 1
08O101 CALCULUS AND ITS APPLICATIONS
3 2 0 4
BASIC CONCEPTS
:
Limits and Continuity

Revision
.
(2)
MAXIMA AND MINIMA:
Maxima and
minima of two variables, Constrained maxima and minima

Lagrange multiplier
method
.
(4)
INTEGRAL CALCULUS:
Evaluation of multiple
integrals, Change the order of integration, Application of multiple integrals
to find area and volume

Applications to
engineering problems. Beta and Gamma Integrals

Evaluation of definite integrals
in terms of Beta and Gamma functions
.
(8)
ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS OF FIRST ORDER:
Basic concepts, Geometrical meaning, Separable
differential equations. Modelin
g: Separable equations. Exact differential equations, Integrating factors, Linear differential
equations, Bernouli equations

Applications to engineering problems
.
(8)
LINEAR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS OF SECOND AND HIGHER ORDER:
Homogeneous linear equa
tions of second
order and higher order equations with constant coefficients. Euler

Cauchy equation, Non

homogeneous equations,
Solution by variation parameter,

Applications to engineering problems
.
(10)
VECTOR CALCULUS:
Differentiation of vectors
–
G
radient, Divergence, Curl, Directional derivatives. Line ,Surface
integrals

Statement of Green’s ,Gauss Divergence and Stoke’s Theorems

Applications to engineering problems
.
(10)
Total
42
TEXT BOOK
S
:
1.
Erwin Kreyszig, “Advanced Engineering Mathe
matics”, John Wiley& Sons, 2004
.
2
.
Geo
r
ge
B
,
Thomas
J
r. and
Ross
L
Finney,
”Cal
culus and Analytical Geometry ,
Addison Wesley, 2004
.
REFERENCE
S:
1.
Ray
W
ylie
C and
Louis C
Barrett,” Advanced Engineering Mathematics”,
Tata
McGraw

Hill
Publishing Company
Ltd,
2003
.
2.
Riely K
F
, Hobson M P and Bence S J, “
Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering”,
Cambridge
U
niversity
Press, 2002.
08I102 APPLIED PHYSICS
(Also common with 08C102/ 08M102/ 08E102/ 08L102/ 08Y102/
08P102/ 08Z102/ 08A102/ 08T102/
08B102/ 08D102/ 08U102)
3 0 0 3
ULTRASONICS:
Introduction. Production
–
magnetostriction effect, magnetostriction generator, inverse piezoelectric
effect, piezoelectric generator.
Ultrasonics detection, Properties,
Cavitation.
Industrial applications
–
drilling, welding,
soldering and cleaning.
Non Destructive Testing
–
pulse echo system,
through transmission, resonance system.
Medical
applications
–
cardiology, neurology, ophthalmology, ultrasonic
imaging.
(9)
LASER TECHNOLOGY:
Introduction.
Principle

spon
taneous emission, stimulated emission,
Population inversion.
Pumping mechanisms.
Types of lasers

He

Ne, CO
2
, Nd:YAG, Excimer, Dye lasers, Semiconductor laser.
Applications

Spectroscopic analysis of materials, lasers in microelectronics, drilling, we
lding, heat treatment, cutting, holography,
defence and ranging.
(9)
FIBER OPTICS AND SENS
ORS:
Principle.
Modes of propagation.
Fabrication techniques
–
rod and tube method,
crucible

crucible technique.
Classification based on materials, refractive index profile, modes.
Splicing.
Losses in optical
fiber.
Light sources for fiber optics.
D
etectors.
Fiber optical communication links.
Fiber optic sensors

temperature,
11
displacement, voltage and magnetic field measurement.
(8)
QUANTUM PHYSICS AND MICROSCOPY:
Development of quantum theory.
Dual natur
e of matter and radiation

de
Broglie wave length. Uncertainty principle. Schroedinger’s equation

Time dependent, Time independent.
Particle in a
box.
Limitations of optical microscopy. Electron microscope. Scanning electron microscope, Transmission ele
ctron
microscope, Scanning Transmission Electron Microscope, applications.
(8)
VACUUM SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY:
Introduction. Concepts of vacuum

Throughput, Pumping speed, Effective
pumping speed and Conductance.
Types of pumps

Working principle and construction o
f rotary pump, diffusion pump,
turbo molecular pump.
Operation of pressure gauges

pressure range,
measurement
of vacuum using Pirani and
Penning gauges, merits and limitations.
Working of a vacuum system
Applications and scope
(8)
Total
42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Avadhanulu
M
N and Kshir Sagar P
G, “A Text Book of
Engineering Physics
”, S.
Chand
&
Company
Ltd
, New
Delhi, 200
7.
2. Rao V V, Ghosh T B and Chopra K L, “Vacuum Science and Technology”, Allied Publishers Limited, New Delhi,
1998.
REFERENCES:
1.
Jayakumar S, “Engineering Physics”, R K Publishers, Coimbatore, 2007.
2.
Kannan M D and Balusamy V,
“Engineering Physics”, Vikas Publishing House, New Delhi, 2003.
3.
Palanisamy P K, “Engineering Physics”, Scitech Publications, Chennai, 2002.
4.
Ageov N, Zuev A I and Kokora A, "Laser and Electron Beam Materials Processing", Mir Publications, Moscow,
19
98.
08I103
APPLIED CHEMISTRY
(Also common with 08E103/ 08L103/08Z103 /08U103)
3 0 0 3
PRINCIPLES OF ELECTROCHEMISTRY
:
Origin of potential
–
electrical double layer
–
reversible electrode potential
–
standard hydrogen electrode
–
emf series
–
measurement
of potential
–
reference electrodes (calomel and silver/silver
chloride) indicator and ion selective electrodes
–
Nernst equation
–
irreversible processes

corrosion principles, types,
mechanisms
–
kinetic treatment
–
overpotential, activation, concentratio
n and IR overpotential
–
its practical significance.
(10)
ELECTROCHEMICAL PROCESSES IN ELECTRONIC INDUSTRIES
:
Electroplating in electronic industry
–
printed
circuit boards
–
electrical contacts and connectors. Anodising
–
thickness of the anodic film, electrical applications of
anodized aluminium

electric transmission, capacitors. Electrophor
e
tic painting. Electroforming of wave guides and CD
stampers. Electrochemical etching of PCBS, semiconductors and MEMS devices,
E
lect
rochemical etching of copper from
PCBs. Electroless p
lating
–
PCBs for small devices.
(12)
BATTERIES AND FUEL CELLS
:
Batteries
–
characteristics

voltage, current, capacity, electricity sto
rage density, power,
discharge rate, cycle life, energy efficiency, shelf life. Battery specifications for cars, heart pacemakers, computer standb
y
supplies etc. primary and secondary
–
dry cell, alkaline, lead

acid battery
–
open and sealed cells and Ni

Cd batteries.
Lithium batteries and silver oxide cells. Hydrogen/oxygen,
C
arbon/
O
xygen fuel cells. Direct methanol and ethanol fuel
cells.
(10)
WATER TREA
TMENT METHODS FOR ELECTRONIC INDUSTRY AND WATER QUALITY STANDARDS
:
Hardness

estimati
on by EDTA method. Softening of
water
–
z
eolite and ion exchange resin methods. Treatment of water for
domestic supply

Water quality parameters for drinking purpose

W
HO and Indian standards. Desalination
–
reverse
osmosis and electrodialysis. Ultrapure water for semiconductor processing
–
g
uideline for
u
ltrapure water used in
semiconductor industry.
(10
)
Total
42
TEXT BOOKS
:
Atkins P and Paula J
D, “Physical Chemistry”,
Seventh
E
dition,
Oxford University Press, London, 2002
Pletcher D, “Industrial Electrochemistry”, Chapman and Hall, London, 1993.
12
REFERENCES:
1.
Aulice Scibioh M.and Viswanathan B, “Fuel Cells
–
P
rinciples and
A
pplications
”
, University Press
,
India, 2006
.
2.
Lindon David, “Handbook of Batteries”, McGraw Hill, 2002
.
3.
Trethewey
K
and Chamberlain
K
, “Corrosion
f
or
S
cience and
E
ngineering”, Longman Inc, Second
E
dition, 1996.
4.
Curiacose J
C and Rajaram J, “Chemistry in Engineering and Technology”, Vol
ume
I
&
II, Tata McGraw Hill,
1996.
08O104 COMMUNICATION SKILLS IN ENGLISH
3 0 2
4
READING:
Reading Practice on a
variety of subjects to develop

Reading skills such as identifying main ideas and
using contexts for vocabulary.(General and semi

technical articles from Newspapers and Science Magazines)
(10)
WRITING:
Fundamental Principles of cl
ear writing
–
Style and tone in formal writing with Exercises
(5)
MECHANICS OF WRITING
:
Grammar in context

focus areas
–
Tenses

Prepositions

Modals

,Adjectives

Transformation
sentences
(7)
TECHNICAL WRITING
:
Definition

Description

Instructions

Writing Technical Papers
(4)
TRANSCODING
:
Interpreting Graphics

Writing coherent paragraphs.
(2)
Writing for focus
(2)
MIND MAP
:
Organisation of Coherent Paragraphs and essays.
(2)
Cloze Test to improve Vocabulary

S
yntax

reading skills
(4)
Letter Writing
and
Sh
ort reports
(6)
PRACTICALS:
SPEAKING
:
Practice in Speech Making Process
–
To develop Communicative Ability
–
Techniques for speaking fluently

using body language

developing fluency and confidence.
Short Speeches
(10)
Group Discussions and Role

plays
(8)
Listening Activities
(10)
Total
70
TEXT
BOOK
S
:
1.
Teaching Material prepared by
the Faculty, Department of English
2. Sankaranarayanan V, Sureshkumar S and Palanisamy, “Technical English for Engineering Students”, PHI, 2008
REFERENCES:
1.
Rodney Huddleston and Geoffrey K Pullam
,
“
A
S
tudent‘s Introduction to English Grammar
”,
Cambridge
University
Press
,
U
K
,
2005.
2.
Bert Decker
, “
The Art of Communicating
”,
Decker Communications, Inc, USA
,
2004.
3.
Meenakshi Raman and Sangeeta
Sharma
, “
Technical
Communication
:
Principles and Practice
”,
Oxford
University
Press, U
K
,
2004.
4.
Ajay
Rai
, “
Effective English for Engineers and Technologies: Reading, Writing & Speaking
”,
Crest Publishing
House, New Delhi
,
2003.
5.
Paul V
Anderson
,”
Technical Communication
:
A Reader
–
C
entered Approach
”,
Asia P
vt
. Ltd, Singapore, 2003.
6.
Albert
Joseph
, “
Writing Process 2000
”,
Prentice
Hall, New Jersey, 1996
13
08I
105 C PROGRAMMING
3 0 2
4
INTRODUCTION TO PROBLEM SOLVING:
Program development

Analyzing and Defining the Problem

Modular
Design

Algorithm
d

Flow Chart.
(3)
PROGRAMMING
LANGUAGES
:
What is programming language

Types of programming language

Program
Development Environment.
(2)
C
:
The C character set
–
Identifiers and keywords
–
D
ata types
–
C
onstants
–
V
ariables
–
A
rrays
–
D
eclarations
–
E
xpressions
–
S
tatements
–
S
ymbolic constants
–
O
perators & expressions
–
A
rithmetic operators
–
U
nary operators
–
R
elational & logical operators
–
A
ssignment operators
–
C
onditional operators
–
L
ibrary functions
–
D
ata input & output
functions.
(6)
CONTROL STATEMENTS
:
While statement
–
D
o
W
hile statement
–
F
or
–
N
ested loops
–
if else
–
S
witch
–
B
reak
–
continue
–
comma operator
–
go to statement
–
programs.
(4)
FUNCTIONS:
Defining a function
–
A
ccessing a function
–
P
assing arguments to functions
–
S
pecifying argumen
ts data
types
–
F
unction prototypes
–
S
torage classes
–
auto
–
S
tatic
–
E
xtern and register variables.
(5)
ARRAYS:
Defining a
n
array
–
P
rocessing array
–
P
assing array to a function
–
M
ulti dimensional array
–
A
rray & strings.
(4)
POINTERS:
Declarations
–
P
ointers to a function
–
P
ointer and one dimensional arrays
–
O
perating a pointer
–
P
ointer
and multi dimensional arrays
–
A
rrays of pointers
–
P
assi
ng functions to other functions
(7)
STRUCTURES AND UNION
S
:
Definitions
–
P
rocessing a st
ructure
–
U
ser defined data types
–
S
tructures and pointers
–
P
assing structure to functions
–
S
elf referential structures.
(4)
FILES
:
Open
–
C
lose
–
P
rocess
–
O
perations on a file.
(5)
Preprocessor Directives

Command Line Arguments.
(2)
Total
42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Kernighan B W and Ritchie D M,
“
C Programming Language (ANSI C)
”, Pearson Education, 2004
.
2.
Herbert Schildt,
“
C
–
The Complete Reference
”
, McGraw Hill, 2001
3. Michael Schneider G, Steven W , Weingart and David M Perlman, “An Introduction to Program
ming and Problem
Solving with Pascal “, John Wiley and Sons, 1998.
REFERENCES:
1.
G
ottfried
B,” Programming With C”, Mc
Graw Hill, 2004
2.
Deitel H M
and
Deitel P J, “C : How To Program”, Pea
rson Education
,
2001
LABORATORY COMPONENT
Implementation of
1.
Data input and output
2.
Control statements
3.
Arrays
4.
Strings
5.
Functions
6.
Recursion
7.
Structures
14
8.
Pointers
9.
Data files
10.
Preprocessors
REFERENCE:
1. Laboratory Manual prepared by Department
of Information Technology.
08I106
BASICS
O
F ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
3 0 0 3
ELECTRIC CIRCUITS:
The fundamental laws of electrical engineering, Units, electric current, Ohm’s law, Kirchoff’s law,
the circuit elements, ideal independent current/voltage so
urces, symbols, energy & power, resistance, inductance and
capacitance. Network Theorems

Thevenin and Norton’s theorem, Superposition theorem, Maximum Power Transfer
theorem, Compensation theorem, Reciprocity theorem. Alternating current and voltage

averag
e and RMS values of
sinusoidal waveform, power factor, Phasor representation, sinusoidal steady state response of RLC Circuits, series and
parallel resonance. Introduction to three phase systems
(15)
ELECTRICAL MACHINES:
Construction / Principle of operation of DC machines, characteristics of DC motors and DC
generators, starting methods, introduction to speed control of DC motors. Transformers

constructional features, principles
of operation. Single
phase induction motors and three phase induction motors

constructional details of induction motors,
principle of operation, torque development, characteristics, slip. Introduction to stepper motors, typical applications for t
he
electrical machines
(15)
ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS
AND
INSTRUMENTS
:
Introduction, Units and standards, classification of errors, Static
characteristics, Measurement of Voltage, Current, Power and Energy. Electronic instruments

DVM, Multimeter,
Oscillosco
pe,
Signal and Function generators.
(8)
HOUSE WIRING:
Introduction, wiring materials and accessories, types of wiring, basic principles of earthing, wiring layout
for a residential building, Power and Energy calculat
ions and energy conservation.
(4)
Total
42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Murugesh Kumar K, "Basic Electrical Science and Technology", Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Limited, New Delhi,
2002.
2.
Vincent Del Toro, "Electrical Engineering Fund
amentals", Prentice Hall, New Delhi, 1999
REFERENCES:
1.
Charles Alexander and Mathew Sadiku, "Fundamentals of Electric Circuits", Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2007
2.
Joseph A
Edminister and M
Nahvi, “Theory and Problems of Electric circuits” Tata
Mc
G
raw Hill
,
New
D
elhi
, 2
003.
3.
Sivanandam S N, “Electrical Circuit Analysis”, Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Limited, New Delhi, 2002.
4.
Gupta B R, and Vandana Singhal,”Fundamentals of Electrical Machines”, New Age International Publishers,
New
Del
hi, 1996
5.
Sawhney A
K,
“
A Course in Electrical and Electronics Measurements and Instrumentation
”
, Dhanpat Rai and
Sons, New Delhi, 1995.
08I110 ENGINEERING PRACTICES
(Also common with
08L110/ 08E210/ 08Z210/ 08D210/ 08U210)
15
0 0 2 1
CYCLE
–
I
1.
Study of different types of Lamps (CFL Lighting, LED Lighting, Flood Lighting, Multi

arm fitting)

Measurement
of Illumination Levels
2.
Stair

case Wiring
–
Implementation
3.
Construction of Regulated Power Supply
–
Measurement of Voltage Level
4.
Construction of an Oscillator
–
Measurement of Frequency and Amplitude using Oscilloscope
5.
Installation of Multimedia
–
PC System
CYCLE
–
II
1.
Welding

Metal Arc Welding and Gas Welding.
2.
Machine Tools I

Demonstration of Drilling Machine an
d Lathe
.
3.
Machine Tools II

Demonstration of CNC Lathe and Machining Center
.
4.
Automation

Demonstration of Automation Systems
.
5.
Automobile Engineering
–
Study of Automobile and Power Transmission
.
08I211 PHYSICS
LABORATORY
(Also common with
08E211/ 08
L211/ 08Z211/ 08U211)
0 0 3 1
.5
(Annual)
1.
Magnetic Hysteresis
2.
Resistivity of Metals and Alloys

Carey Foster Bridge
3.
Band gap of Semiconductor

Post Office Box
4.
Efficiency of a solar cell
5.
Band Gap of Semiconductor
–
Reverse Saturation Current
6.
Electrical and Thermal conductivity of Metallic wire

Wiedemann
Franz Law
7.
Temperature Coefficient of Resistance

Post Office Box
8.
Characteristics of Photo Di
ode
9. Lattice Parameters
–
Powder Photograph Technique.
10.
Demonstration of determination of laser parameters
REFERENCE:
1. Laboratory Manual prepared by Department of Physics
08I212
CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
(Also common with
08E212/ 08L212
/08Z212 / 08U212)
0 0 3 1
.5
(Annual)
Anodizing aluminium and determination of thickness of anodic film
Electroplating of nickel and determination of cathode efficiency
Constructing of a pH titration curve and estimation of strength of an acid
Estimation
of acids in a mixture by conductometry
Potentiometer determination of Fe
2+
Preparation and chemical etching of printed circuit boards
Determination of corrosion rate of steel in acid media by weight loss method
Determination of inhibitor efficiency on the
corrosion rate of steel in acid media by weight loss method
Determination of total, permanent, Ca and Mg hardness of water.
Determination of conductivity, TDS, pH and alkalinity of water
REFERENCE:
1. Laboratory Manual prepared by Department of
Chemistry.
16
SEMESTER
2
08O201
LINEAR ALGEBRA AND FOURIER SERIES
3 2 0
4
LINEAR ALGEBRA:
Euclidean n

space, General vector spaces, Subspaces, Linear independence, Basis and dimension,
Row and column spaces, Rank, Finding bases, Inner product spaces, Length and Angle in inner product spaces,
Orthonormal bases; Gram Schmidt process, Change of b
asis.
(
12
)
LINEAR TRANSFORMATIONS:
Introduction, Properties

Kernal and range, Linear Transformation from R
n
to R
m
, Matrices
of linear transformations.
(
7
)
EIGEN VALUES AND EIGEN VECTORS:
Eigen values
and Eigen vectors, Diagonalization, Orthogonal Diagonalization,
Symmetric Matrices. Quadratic Forms and its Applications
.
(
7
)
FOURIER SERIES:
Dirchlet’s conditions, Statement of Fourier theorem, Fourier coe
fficients, Change of scale, Half range
series.
(6)
BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS:
Separable partial differential equations

Classical equations and Boundar
y value
problems, one dimensional wave equa
tions, one dimensional heat equations, two dimensional heat equations

Solution
by Fourier series
.
(
10
)
Total
42
TEXT BOOKS
:
1.
Howard Anton, ChrisRorres, “Elementary Linear Algebra
”
,
John Wiley
&
Sons, 2005
2.
Erwin Kreyszig, “Advanced Engineering Mathematics”, John Wiley
&
Sons, 2004
REFERENCES:
1.
Dennis G Zill and
Michael R
Cullen,” Advanced Engineering M
athematics”, Jones and Barlett
Publisher, 2005
2.
David C
Lay,”
Linear Algebra and its Applications “, Addison

Wesley, 2004
3. Ray Wylie C and
Louis C.Barrett,” Advanced Engineering Mathematics”,
Tata McGraw
Hill
Publishing Company
Ltd,
2003
08I202 MATERIALS SCIENCE
(Also common with 08L202/ 08E202 /
08Z202/ 08U202)
3 0 0 3
CRYSTALLOGRAPHY
:
Crystal systems. Lattice parameters, Bravais lattices. Packing Factors of cubic and HCP crystal
systems. Miller indices.
Linear and planar density of atoms.
Debye

Scherrer method of crystal structure.
Crystal
Imperfections

point, line and surface defects and their role in electrical, mechanical and optical properties of
materials.
(8)
METALS AND ALLOYS:
Drude Lorentz theory of electrical conduction, Wiedemann Franz law, Band theory of solids.
Factors affec
ting resistivity of metals
–
temperature, alloying, magnetic field and strain. Applications of conductors
–
Strain
gauges, transmission lines, conducting materials, precision resistors, heating elements and resistance thermometer.
(5)
SEMICONDUCTING MATER
IALS AND DEVICES
:
Elemental and compound semiconductors. Intrinsic and extrinsic
semiconductors

Properties. Carrier concentration in intrinsic semiconductors. Carrier concentratio
n in n

type and p

type
semiconductors.
Material preparation

Czochralski’s technique and zone refining technique. Hall effect

Hall coefficient
in extrinsic semiconductors, experimental determination of Hall coefficient.
Application of Hall effect. Se
miconductor
devices
–
LDR, LED, Photodiode, Solar Cells and LCD.
(9)
17
DIELECTRIC MATERIALS
AND DEVICES
:
Qualitative study of various polarization. Electric dipole moment
determination. Effec
t of temperature and frequency on dielectric constant.
Dielectric loss.
Ferroelectric materials
–
classification

BaTiO
3
and PZT

Piezoelectric materials.
Applications of ferroelectric and piezoelectric materials.
Breakdown mechanisms.
Classification
of insulating materials on temperature basis.
(6)
MAGNETIC MATERIALS A
ND DEVICES
:
Ferro and ferri magnetic materials
–
Properties. Heisenberg and domain
theory of ferromagnetism. Hysteresi
s. Ferrite
–
structure and properties.
Applications

floppy disks, CD ROM, Magneto
optical recording.
(6)
ADVANCED MATERIALS
:
Nanophase materials

Synthesis techniques, properties, applications. Shape Memory alloys
(SMA)
–
Characteristics, properties of NiTi alloy, application in MEMS. Superconductivity. Types of superconductors

High Tc superconductors, comparison with low Tc superconductors.
Application of superconductors.
Metallic glasses
–
Preparation, proper
ties,
applications.
(8)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
William D Callister Jr, "Material Science and Engineering", John Wiley & sons, New York, 2006.
2.
Le
onid V Azaroff and James J Brophy, "Electronic Processes in Materials" , McGraw Hill Co, New York,
1991.
REFERENCES:
1.
Jayakumar S, "Materials Science", R.K.Publishers, Coimbatore, 2007.
2.
Palanisamy P K, “Materials Science ", SCITECH Publicati
ons, Chennai, 2002.
3. Raghavan V, "Materials Science and Engineering

A First Course”, Prentice Hall of India,
New Delhi, 2001.
4
Srivatsava J P, "Elements of Solid State Physics”, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 2001.
08I203
CHEMISTRY
O
F
ELECTRONIC MATERIALS
(Also common with
08E203/ 08L203/ 08Z203/ 08U203)
3 0 0 3
PRINCIPLES OF POLYMER SCIENCE:
Polymerisation reactions
–
types

examples, degree of polymerization and
average molecular weights. Thermoplastics and thermosetting resins

examples. Electrical, mechanical and thermal
properties related to chemical structure. Insulating materials, polymer alloys
,
composites.
(8)
ELECTRONIC APPLICATIONS OF POLYMER:
Cha
r
ge transport in conjugated polymers
–
Elec
trical properties of doped
conjugated polymers

applications and scope. Non linear optical properties of polymers. Polymers for light emitting
diodes, photopolymers and photo resists for electronics. Conducting polymer based MEMS and biosensors.
(10)
ORGANIC ELECTRONIC MATERIALS
:
Charge transfer complexes, organic light emitting diodes, organic
semiconductors and transistors

structure, stability and fabrication methods.
(6)
ADVANCED MATERIALS:
Carbon nanotubes and carbon fibres, fullerenes, polymer nano

composites, shape memory
alloys, metallic glasses, solid oxide materials, Polymer electrolytes , super conducting oxides
(8)
PROCESSING OF ELECTRONIC M
ATERIALS:
Zone refining for high purity silicon, ceramics for electrical insulation and
magnetic applications. Photo and electroluminescence materials. Materials for optic fibres. Principles and applications of
PVD and CVD, MCVD for optic fibre production.
(1
0)
Total
42
TEXT BOOKS
:
18
1.
Hagen Klauk
,
“Organic Electronics: Materials, Manufacturing and Applications”
,
Wiley

VCH
,
2006
.
2.
Pletcher D, “Industrial Electrochemistry”, Chapman and Hall, London, 1993
.
REFERENCE
S
:
Ken
n
eth G Budinski and Michael K Budinski
, ”
Engineering Materials
:
Properties and Selection”
,
Prentice Hall
,
Eighth Edition, 2004.
Ian P
J
ones
,
“Mater
ials Science for
E
lectrical and
E
lectronic Engineers”
,
Oxford
University Press
, 2001.
William F Smith
,”
Foundations of Materials Science and Engineering” McGraw Hill, 2000.
08I204 OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING AND DATA STRUCTURES
3 0 2
4
PRINCIPLES
OF OOP
:
Procedure Oriented Programming Vs Object Oriented Programming
–
Basic concepts

Application
–
languages.
INTRODUCTION TO C++
: Difference between C++ and C

Structure of C++

basic data types

derived data
types

dynamic initialization

reference variables

operators and control statements

input and output statements in C++
(3)
CLASSES AND OBJECTS:
Class specification

Member function definition

access qualifiers

scope resolution operator

Instance creation

Array of objects

Dynamic objects

Static Objects.
(4)
CONST
RUCTORS AND DESTRUCTORS:
Constructors rules
–
Parameterized constructors

Overloaded Constructors

Constructors with default arguments

copy constructors

dynamic constructors

dynamic initialization using constructors

Destructors rules.
(4)
FUNCTIONS:
Function Prototyping

inline function

default arguments

static data members and member functions

Objects
as arguments

Returning objects
(4)
INHER
ITANCE AND POLYMORPHISM:
Defining Derived classes

Types of Inheritance

Constructors in derived and
base class

Abstract classes

Virtual function

dynamic polymorphism

Nested Classes.
(4)
OPERATOR OVERLOADING:
Operator function
–
Overloading unary and binary operator

overloading the operator
using friend function

stream operator overloading

type Conversion.
(4)
STREAMS:
Streams in C++

stream classes

formatted and unformatted data

manipulators

user defined manipulators

file pointer and file processing

sequential and random access.
(4)
TEMPLATE AND EXCEPTION HANDLING:
template Function

Template classes

Principle of exception handling

exception handling mechanism

multiple catch

nested try

rethrowing the exception.
(4)
DATA STRUCTURES
:
ABSTR
A
CT DA
TA TYPES
:
Data structures

Abstract Data Types (ADT)

Linear Data structures

String as Data structures

String Applica
tions: Pattern Matching
(4)
STACKS AND QUEUES
:
STACKS: Primitive operations

Sequential implementation

Applic
ations

QUEUES: Primitive
operations

Sequential implementation

Deque
ue

Applications
(3)
LINKED LISTS
:
Primitive operations

Singly linked lists

Doubly linked lists

circular lists

multilinked lists

Applications

Implementation of Sparse and Dense matrices representation and operations in Arrays and linked list

Linked Stacks

Linked Queues
(4)
Total 42
19
TEXT BOOKS:
1
.
Yedidyah Langsam
, Moshe J Augentein and Aaron M Ta
n
e
nbaum,
”
Data Stru
ctures using C and C++”,
Pearson
Education,
New
Delhi
,
2004
2.
Stanley B
Lippman and Josee Lajoie, “C++ Primer”,
Pearson Education, New Delhi,
2001
REFERENCES:
1.
J
ean Paul Tremblay and Sorenson,
”An
I
ntroduction to Data Structures with
A
pplications”
,
Mc Graw Hill,
New
Delhi,
2004
.
2
.
Mark Allen Weiss,
”
Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis in C++”,
Pearson Education,
New Delhi,
Second edition,
2003.
3
.
Herbert Schildt,
“
C++: The Complete Reference”, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi,
2003
.
4.
Bjarne Stroustrup,
”
C++ Programming Language”, Pearson Education, New Delhi, 2001
LABORATORY COMPONENT
Implementation of
1.
Constructors and destructors.
2.
Function and overloading
3.
Static variable, static functions and static
objects
4.
Inheritance.
5.
Type conversion and Polymorphism
6.
Strings
7.
Stack
8.
Queue
9.
Linked List
10.
Stack and queue applications
REFERENCE:
1. Laboratory Manual prepared by Department of Information Technology.
08I205 ELECTR
ONIC DEVICES AND CIRCUITS
3 0 2 4
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE
S:
Review of properties of semiconductor materials, intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors,
energy band diagrams for P and N type semi conductors, Qualitative Theory

PN junction transistor, CB, CE, CC
configurations, input and output characteristics, transis
tor as an amplifier, field effect transistors, characteristics and
principle of operation of JFET, device schematic and operation of MOSFET, introduction to CMOS devices, photo diode
and photo transistors
(9)
POWER SUPPLY:
Rectifiers, Halfwave and Fullwave rectifiers, ripple factor, rectification efficiency, filters, regulator IC
voltage regulator, Switched Mode Power Supply (SMPS), Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS)
(6)
CLASSIFICATION OF
AMPLIFIERS AND CHARACTERISTICS:
General principle of operation, classification of
amplifiers, small signal and large signal amplifiers, low and high frequency amplifiers, characteristics and applications.
Multistage Amplifiers

Methods of coupling, RC cou
pled amplifier, transformer

coupled amplifier, direct

coupled amplifier.
Feedback Amplifiers

principle of feedback amplifiers, advantages of negative feedback, voltage series / shunt feedback,
current series / shunt feedback circuits. Power Amplifiers

tra
nsistor audio power amplifier, performance of power
amplifiers, classification of power amplifiers, class A amplifier, class B push pull amplifier, class C amplifier.
(14)
20
SINUSOIDAL AND NONSINUSOIDAL OSCILLATORS:
Principle of operation, cl
assification of oscillators, hartley
oscillator, colpitts oscillator, crystal oscillator, RC phase shift oscillator, Wein bridge oscillator. Multivibrators, astab
le
multivibrator, monostable multivibrator, bistable multivibrator. 555 timer and its applicat
ions.
(5)
OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER AND ITS APPLICATIONS:
Functional block diagram of OPAMP, OPAMP parameters,
inverting and non inverting amplifier, summing amplifier, integrator, differentiator, instrumentation amplifier, comparator,
os
cillator circuit using OPAMP.
(5)
D/A AND A/D CONVERTORS:
D/A converter, ladder network conversion, binary weighted resistor network, A/D
converter, continuous, counter ramp, dual slope conversion, successive approxi
mation.
(3)
Total
42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Robert L Boylestad and Nashelsky
Louis, “Electronic Devices and C
ircuit Theory”, Prentice Hall, New Delhi, 2002.
2.
Gayakwad A
R, “OPAMPS and Linear Integrated Circuits",
Prentice Hall, New Delhi, 2000.
REFERENCES:
1.
Schilling and Belove, “Electronic Circuits Discrete and Integrated “, Tata McGraw
Hill, New Delhi, 2003.
2.
David A
Bell,
“
Electronic Devices
and
Circuits
”
, Prentice Hall, 2003.
3.
Thomal L
Floyd,
“Electronic Devices”
,
Pearson Education India, New Delhi, 2001
4.
Malvino, “E
l
ectronic Principles” Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1999.
5.
Roy Choudhary and Shail Jain,
“Linear Integrated Circuits”, Wiley Eastern, New Delhi, 1993.
LABORATORY
COMPONENT
1.
Rectifiers
–
Half

wave and Full

wave
2.
Regulators
–
Discrete and IC versions
3.
Voltage amplifiers

RC coupled
4.
Power amplifiers
–
Class

B push

pull amplifier
5.
Oscillator
–
Discrete version
6.
Oscillators
–
IC version
–
555 based
Astable and Monostable multivibrator
7.
Measurement of op

amp parameters
8.
Op

amp applications
9. Differentiator
and Integrator
10.
A/D & D/A converters
REFERENCE:
1. Laboratory Manual prepared by Department of Information Technology.
08I210
ENGINEERING GRAPHICS
(Also common with
08C110 /08E110/ 08Y1
10 /08Z110/ 08B110/
08D110/ 08H110/ 08U1
10/ 08L210/
08T210)
2 0 3 3
.5
INTRODUCTION
:
Introduction to Engineering Drawing. BIS. Principles of dimensioning
(5)
ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION
:
Principles of orthographic projection

projection of points, straight lines, planes and
solids. Orthographic projection of simple engineering components
–
missing view exercises.
(10)
PICTORIAL PROJECTIONS
:
Principles
of pictorial views, isometric view of simple engineering components.
Orthographic views from given pictorial views. Isometric views from given two or three views.
(5)
SECTION OF SOLIDS
:
Section of regular sol
ids, types of sections, selection of section views. Sectional views of simple
21
engineering components.
(5)
DEV
E
LOPMENT OF SURFACES
:
Development of lateral surfaces of regul
ar solids and truncated solids.
(5)
Total
30
TEXT BOOK:
1.
Venugopal K and Prabhu Raja V, “
Engineering
Graphics”, New Age International Publishers, 2007.
REFERENCES:
1. Natarajan K V, "Engineering Drawing and Graphics", M/s Dhanalakshmi N, Chennai, 2007.
2.
Bureau of Indian Standards, “Engineering Drawing Practices for Schools and Colleges SP 46

2003”, BIS
,
New
Delhi, 2004.
SEMESTER 3
08O301 TRANSFORMS AND COMPLEX ANALYSIS
3 2 0 4
TRANSFORM METHODS:
Concept of Transformation
–
Examples for Transformation.
(2)
LAPLACE TRANSFORM:
Definition
–
Transforms of standard functions
–
Transform of unit step function
–
Dirac

Delta
function

Transforms of derivatives and integral
s
–
Transforms of Periodic functions
–
Inverse Laplace transform
–
Convolution theorem
–
Method of solving ordinary linear differential equations with constant coefficient by Laplace
transform technique. Some applications to engineering problems.
(10)
FOURIER TRANSFORM:
Fourier integrals
–
Fourier transform
–
Finite and infinite Fourier sine and Cosine transform
–
Transforms of standard functions
–
properties, Convolution theorem(Statement only)
–
Discrete Fourier and Fast Fourier
Transforms
–
Discrete convolution
–
Periodic sequence and circular convolution
–
Discrete Fourier transform
–
decimation

in

time algorithm
–
Computation of inverse DFT.
(10)
Z

TRANSFORM:
Z

transform of standard functions, inverse Z

transform (Partial fraction expansions)
–
properties of Z
–
transform
–
Solution of difference equations.
(8
)
COMPLEX VARIABLES :
Analytic functions
–
Cauchy Reimann equations in Cartesian and polar
–
coordinates
–
Statement of sufficient conditions
–
properties of analytic functions
–
Fi
nding analytic function whose real / imaginary part
is given
–
conformal mapping , Bilinear map
–
study of mappings w = exp(z), sinz, cosz , sinhz , coshz, 1/z, z+k/z
–
Complex integration
–
Cauchy’s fundamental theorem and formula

Taylor’s series
–
Laur
ent’s series (Statement only)
–
Singularities
–
Residue theorem
–
Cauchy’s lemma and Jordan’s Lemma (Statement only)
–
Evaluation of real integrals
using contour integration along semi circle and unit circle.
(1
2
)
Total
42
REFERENCES:
1.
Riley K F, Hobson M P and Bence S J, “Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering”, Cambridge
University, 2004.
2.
Erwin Kreyszig, “ Advanced Engineering Mathematics”, John
Wiley &
Sons, 2001.
3.
Ray Wylie C and Louis C Barret , “Advanced Engineering Mathematics”, McGraw
Hill, 2001
.
4.
Robert A Gabel and Richard A Roberts, “Signals and Linear Systems”, John Wiley & Sons, 1995.
08O302 ECONOMICS F
OR BUSINESS DECISION
S
3 0 0 3
INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS
:
Definitions
–
Scope and Significance of Economics in Decision Making
–
Various
Economic Tools and Techniques.
(2)
22
CALCULATING PERCENT CHAN
GE AND COMPOUNDED GROWTH RATES:
Some Mathematical Concepts and
Analytical Tools.
(
3
)
ECONOMIC THEORY OF CONSUMER DEMAND
:
Law of Demand
–
Determinants of Demand
–
Exceptions to Law of
Demand Elasticity of Demand
–
Various types of Elasticity and measurements of Price Elasticity and Demand Forecasting
Methods and its App
lications. Law of Supply
–
Elasticity of Supply
–
Determinants of Elasticity of Supply.
(6
)
ECONOMIC THEORY OF THE FIRM (Cont’d):
(Input
Markets
)
–
Production Function
–
Factors influencing Production
–
Cobb

Douglas Production Func
tion
–
Economies of Scale
–
Returns to Scale
–
Cost Analysis

Various Cost Concepts

Cost Output Relationship and Short Run and Long Run.
(
6
)
MARKET S
TRUCTURE AND COMPETITION
:
Various Forms of Market Structure
–
Perfect Competition

Imperfect
Competition
–
Monopoly
–
Monopolistic
–
Oligopoly
–
Pricing Strategies and Price Discrimination in various Market
Structures.
(4)
MARKET FAILURES AND GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION IN THE MARKET ECONOMY
:
Basic Functions of
Government
–
Market Effic
iency
–
Tools of Government Intervention.
(4)
INTRODUCTION TO MACROECONOMICS:
(
Measuring Aggregate Output
) Meaning
–
Objective and Issues of
Macroeconomics

National Output Concept
–
GDP, GNP, NNP, Per Capita Income, Disposable Income, Personal
Disposable Income
–
Various Methods of Measuring National Income

Inflation
–
Deflation.
(5)
AGGREGATE EXPENDITURES
AND
FISCAL POLICY:
(
Fiscal Policy
) Objectives of Fiscal Policy
–
Instruments of
Fiscal Policy
–
Taxation.
Highlights of Current Fiscal Policy.
(
6
)
MONEY AND BANKING:
(
Monetary Policy
) Functions of Money

Value of Money

Objectives and instruments of
Monetary Policy
–
Highlights of Current Monetary Policy
–
Banking
–
Types of Banks

Central Bank and C
ommercial
Banks

Objectives and Functions of Central Bank and Various Types of Commercial Banks and Its Functions.
(
4
)
ECONOMIC GROWTH
:
Meaning
–
Benefits and Costs of Growth.
(2)
Total
:
42
TEXT BOOK:
Paul A Samuelson and Willia
m D Nordhaus, “Economics”, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2007.
REFERENCES
:
Karl E Case and Ray C Fair, “Principles of Economics”, Prentice Hall, 2008.
Misra S K and Puri V K, “Economic Environment of Business”, Himalaya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2002.
Richard G Lipsey, Colin Harbury Weidenfeld
a
nd Nicolson
, “Principles of Economics”, London, 1990.
08I303
ADVANCED DATA STRUCTURES
3 0 2 4
TREES
:
Binary tree
–
Complete binary tree
–
Linked and non

linked implementation of binary trees
–
Binary Expression
Tree
–
Evaluation of Expression Tree
–
Binary Search Trees
–
Tree Traversal
–
Threaded Binary Tree
–
Huffman
Algorithm
(9)
HEIGHT BALANCED TREES AND HASHING FUNCTION:
B Trees
–
B
+
Trees
–
Tries
–
AVL
–
Splay Trees, RBT,
Hashing
–
Hash function
–
Open hashing
–
Closed hashing

Rehashing
(9)
GRAPHS:
Definition and representation
–
Shortest path algorithms, Breadth First Search
–
Depth First Search
–
Spanning
Trees
(8)
S
ORTING TECHNIQUES:
Insertion sort
–
Selection sort
–
Shell sort
–
Bubble sort
–
Quick sort
–
Heap sort
–
Merge sort

Radix Sort
–
External sorting techniques : Run lists
–
Tape Sorting
(8)
23
STRING MATCHING TECHNIQUES:
Th
e naive String Matching algorithm, The Rabin

Karp Algorithm, String Matching
with finite automata, The Knuth Marris Pratt algorithm
(8)
Total 42
TEXT BOOK:
1.
Mark Allen Weiss, “Data structures and
Algorithm Analysis in C++” Pearson Education, Second Edition,
New Delhi,
2003
.
REFERENCES:
Heileman G L, “Data Structures Algorithms and Object Oriented Programming ",
first edition,
Tata McGraw Hill Publishing
Company, New Delhi, 2004
.
Yedidyah
Langsam, Moshe J
Augenstein and Aaron M Tanenbaum, “Data Structures using C and C++”,
second edition,
PHI/Pearson Education, New Delhi, 2004
.
Richard F Gilberg, Behrouz A Forouzan, “Datastructures: Pseudocode Approach with C”,
third edition,
Thomson Lear
ning,
New Delhi, 2003
.
Saara Baase, “Computer Algorithms”,
second edition,
Addison
Wesley, New Delhi, 2003
.
LABORATORY COMPONENT
Implementation of
Collision Resolution Techniques
Binary Search Trees
Binary Expression Trees
Evaluation of Expression
Trees
Huffman Coding
AVL trees
BFS and DFS
Spanning Trees
Knutt Marris Pratt Algorithm
Sorting techniques
REFERENCE:
1. Laboratory Manual prepared by Department of Information Technology.
08I304 COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE
2 2 0 3
INTRODUCTION:
B
asics
of computer architecture, stored program organization (von Neumann architecture), Register
Transfer language

Arithmetic Logic

Shift Micro operations, Instruction code timing and control, Instruction cycle Interrupt
design of basic computer

Instruction set
s and types, addressing modes
,
stack organization
(8)
PROCESSOR DESIGN
:
Processor basics,
CPU organization, data representation
, data path design, fixed point
arithmetic, ALU, floating point arithmetic, control design

basic c
oncepts, hardwired control, micro programmed control,
pipeline control
(8)
MEMORY AND I/O SYSTEMS
:
Memory
technology, memory systems, virtual memory
, high speed memories, interleaved
memories, caches, design methods, associative memories, input/output system, programmed I/O, DMA and interrupts,
I/O processors
(8)
PARALLEL PROCESSIN
G
:
Parallelism in uniprocessor system
,
parallel computer structures, architectural classification
schemes
, pipelining, instruction and arithmetic pipelining, principles of designing pipelined processors, vector processing
requirements
(8)
ARCHITECTURE
:
RISC machines, design principles,
RISC versus CISC
, examples, RISC architecture, fault tolerant
computers, static and dynamic da
taflow design
(10)
Total 42
TEXTBOOK:
1.
Morris Mano.M, "Computer System
A
rchitecture”,
third edition,
Prentice Hall
,
New Delhi, 2004
.
24
REFERENCES
:
1
.
William Stalling, "Computer O
rganization and
A
rchitecture, Designing for performanc
e”, sixth edition, Prentice Hall,
New
D
elhi
, 2006.
2.
Govindarajalu, ”Computer Architecture and Organization, Design Principles
and Applications", first edition, Tata
McGraw
Hill, New Delhi, 2005
.
3.
Heuring V.P. and Jordan H.F, “Computer Systems Design and Architecture”,
second
edition,
Addison Wesley,
New
Delhi
, 2002
.
Note: The syllabus parts in Italics are self study portions.
08I305 DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
3 1 0 3.5
INTRODUCTION AND
CONCEPTUAL MODELING:
Databases and database users database system concepts and
architecture, data modeling using the entity relationship model, enhanced entity relationship
(6)
DATA STORAGE AND INDEXING:
Introduction, record
storage, and primary file organization index structures for files
Single level Indexing, Multilevel Indexing
(6)
RELATIONAL MODEL:
The relational d
ata model, relational database constraints, relational algebra, relational calculus,
relational database design by ER and EER, relational mapping. SQL, the relational database standard, examples of
relational database management systems, Oracle
(8)
DATABASE DESIGN THEORY AND METHODOLOGY:
Functional dependencies and normalization for relational
databases, relational database design algorithms and further dependencies
(6
)
SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION TECHNIQUES:
Query processing and optimization, transaction processing concepts,
concurrency control techniques, database recovery techniques
(6)
OBJECT AND OBJECT RELATIONAL DATABASES:
Object database concepts, the ODMG standard for object
databases, object relational systems and SQL
(6)
ADVANCED DATABASE CONCEPTS AND EMERGING APPLICATIONS:
Enhanced data models for advanced
applications, distributed databases and client/server architectures, databas
es on WWW, multimedia databases, mobile
databases, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Genome Data Management
(4)
Total 42
TEXT BOOK:
1. R
amez Elmasri, Shamkant B. Navathe,
“Fundamentals of Database Systems
”, fifth edition
, Prentice Hall, New
Delhi,
2007
.
REFERENCES:
1.
Abraham Silberschatz, Henry
F
Korth, Sudharshan
S
, “Database
S
ystem
C
oncepts”,
fifth edition,
Tata McGraw
Hill,
New Delhi, 2005
.
2.
Date C
J,
”Intro
duction to Database Systems
”, eighth edition
, Prentice Hall, New Delhi, 2004
.
3
.
Raghu Ramakrishnan, Johannes Gehrke, “
Database Management Systems”, third edition, Tata McGraw Hill, 2003.
08I306 ANALOG AND DIGITAL COMMUNICATION
3 1 0 3.5
INTRODUCTION:
The elements of a communications system, types of electronic communications, major applications of
electronic communication, the electromagnetic spectrum, bandwidth
(4)
CONTINUOUS WAVE MODULATION:
Amplitude modulation, double sideband suppressed carrier modulation, single
sideband modulation, angle modulation, frequency modulation, phase modulation, noise in CW modulation
(10)
25
PULSE MODULATION:
Introduction, the sampling process, the quantization process, PCM, DPCM, DM, the line codes,
base band pulse transmission, inter symbol interference, correlative level coding, eye pattern
(10)
DIGITAL PASSBAND TRAN
SMISSION:
Introduction, digital modulation techniques, binary and m

ary modulation
techniques, ASK, PSK, FSK, QPSK, DPSK
(8)
SOURCE CODING AND ERROR CONTROL
CODING:
Entropy, Source encoding theorem, Shannon fano coding,
Huffman coding, mutual information, channel capacity, channel coding theorem, Error Control Coding, linear block codes,
cyclic codes, convolution codes, viterbi decoding algorithm
(10)
Total 42
TEXT BOOK:
1.
Simon Haykin, “Communication Systems", fourth edition, John Wiley, Singapore, 2004.
REFERENCES:
1.
Wayne Tomasi, "Electronic Communication Systems: Fundamentals through
Advanced",
fifth edition,
Pearson
Education, New
Delhi, 2006.
2.
George Kennedy, Bernard Davis, “Electronic Communication Systems",
fourth edition,
Tata McGraw
Hill, New
Delhi, 2005.
3.
Lathi B.P, " Modern Digital and Analog Communication
Systems",
third edition,
Oxford University Press, New
Delhi, 2005.
4.
Sam K Shanmugam, "Digital and Analog Communication Systems",
fourth edition,
John Wiley, New York, 2002.
08I310 DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS LABORATORY
0 0 3 1.5
Creatio
n of a database and writing SQL queries to retrieve information from the database.
Performing Insertion, Deletion, Modifying, Altering, Updating and Viewing records based on conditions.
Creation of Views, Synonyms, Sequence, Indexes, Save point.
Creating a
n Employee database to set various constraints.
Creating relationship between the databases.
Study of PL/SQL block.
Write a PL/SQL block to satisfy some conditions by accepting input from the user.
Write a PL/SQL block that handles all types of exceptions.
Creation of Procedures.
Creation of database triggers and functions
REFERENCE:
1. Laboratory Manual prepared by Department of Information Technology.
08I311 DIGITAL LOGIC DESIGN LABORATORY
2 0 3 3.5
NUMBER SYSTEM AND BOOLEAN ALGEBRA:
Binary, octal,
hexadecimal numbers, signed and unsigned, fixed and
floating point number representation, Boolean algebra, Demorgan's theorem, basic laws and properties, canonical forms,
logic operations
(6)
DIGITAL LOGIC FAMILIES:
Characteristics of digital ICs, TTL, CMOS, ECL and their properties, comparison of
performance
(3)
COMBINATION LOGIC:
Standard representation for logic functions, K

map representation, simplification using K

map
(4)
26
DESIGN WITH COMBINATIONAL ICS:
Combinational ICs, Hardware realization of logic expressions, multiplexers,
demultiplexers
(5)
SEQUENTIAL LOGIC DESIGN:
Building blocks
,
RS, JK, JK

Master, Slave, D and T type flip flops, flip flop excitation
table, design of sequential logic circuits, counters and registers
(8)
PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC DEVICES:
PROM, EPROM, EEPROM, PLA
(2)
Total 28
TEXT BOOK:
Morris Mano M, “Digital Logic and Computer Design",
second edition,
Prentice Hall
,
New Delhi, 2001.
REFERENCES:
1. Roger L Tokheim, “Theory and
Problems of Digital Principles",
sixth edition,
McGraw
Hill, Schaum's Outlines, New
Delhi, 2007
.
2.
Ronald J Tocci, “Digital Systems, Principles
and
Applications",
fourth edition,
Pearson Education, New Delhi, 2003.
William I Fletcher, "An Engineering Approach to
Digital Design", third edition, Prentice Hall
, New Delhi, 2002
.
4.
John P Uyemura, "A First Course in Digital Systems Design: An Integrated Approach",
first edition, Thomson
Asia
,
Singapore,
2001.
LABORATORY COMPONENT
Verification of Logic Gates
TTL and CMOS IC Characteristics.
Half Adder and Full Adder Circuit Design
Code Converters
Multiplexer and Demultiplexer
Combinational Logic Circuit Design
Flip

Flops
Counters
Shift Registers
Synchronous Logic Circuit Design
REFERENCE:
1. Laboratory Manual prepared by Department of Information Technology.
SEMESTER 4
08I401
OPERATING SYSTEMS
3 0 0 3
INTRODUCTION:
Operating system concepts
–
Functions
–
Structure of Operating system
–
Types of operating system
(4)
PROCESS MANAGEMENT:
Introduction to processes
–
Process Scheduling

Threads

CPU Scheduling objectives,
criteria
–
Types of scheduling algorithms
–
Perf
ormance comparison
–
Inter process communications

Synchronization
–
Semaphores
–
Dead lock Prevention, Recovery, Detection and Avoidance
(12)
27
MEMORY MANAGEMENT
:
Single contiguous allocation
–
Partitioned alloc
ation
–
Paging
–
Virtual memory concepts
–
Swapping
–
Demand paging
–
Page replacement algorithms
–
Segmentation
–
Segmentation with paging
–
Allocation of
frames.
(10)
DEVICE AND FILE MANAGEMENT:
Prin
ciples of I/O hardware
–
I/O software
–
Disks
–
Disk Scheduling Algorithms

File
Systems

Files and directories

File system implementation
—
allocation methods
–
Security
–
Protection mechanism
(8)
CASE STUDY
–
I: LINUX
–
Design principles
–
Kernel Modules

Process Management
–
Scheduling

Memory
management
–
File systems
–
Input and outpu
t

IPC
(8)
Total 42
TEXT BOOK:
1.
Silberschatz A, Galvin P, Gagne G,
"Operating Systems Concepts",
s
ixth
editio
n, John Wiley & S
ons,
Singapore,
2006.
REFERENCES:
1.
Deitel H M, “Operating Systems ",
third edition,
PHI/ Pearson Education, New Delhi, 2004.
2.
Andrew S Tanenbaum, "Modern Operating System",
s
econd edition, PHI/ Pearson Education, New Delhi, 2004.
3
.
Achyut Godbole, “Operating Systems”,
fourth edition,
Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2003.
08I402 SIGNALS AND LINEAR SYSTEMS
3 1 0 3.5
INTRODUCTION:
Representation and classification of continuous time (CT) and discrete time (DT) signals, basic CT and
DT signals, basic operations on CT and DT signals, description of CT and DT systems
(6)
CONTINUOUS TIME
SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS:
Linear time invariant (LTI) systems, convolution integral, causality and
stability, CT system representation by differential equations
(6)
FOURIER ANALYSIS OF THE CT SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS:
Continuous T
ime Fourier Series (CTFS) and Fourier
transform (CTFT), properties, inverse CTFT, frequency domain characterization of linear time invariant systems
(6)
SAMPLING AND RECONSTRUCTION OF SIGNALS:
Sampling theorem, effect of under sampling, alia
sing error,
sampling methods, impulse, natural and flat top sampling, reconstruction of sampled signals, sample and hold, decimation
and interpolation, discrete time processing of CT signals
(6)
DI
SCRETE TIME SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS:
Linear Shift Invariant (LSI) systems, convolution sum, causality and
stability, DT system representation by difference equations
(6)
FOURIER ANALYSIS OF THE DT SIGNALS AND
SYSTEMS:
Fourier series representation of DT periodic signals
(DTFS), properties, representation of DT aperiodic signals by Discrete Time Fourier Transform (DTFT), Properties,
inverse DTFT, frequency response of systems characterized by difference equatio
ns
(7)
Z TRANSFORM:
Z transforms and its properties, inverse Z

transform, analysis of LSI systems using Z

transform, stability
and causality
(5)
Total 42
TEXT BOOK
:
Alan V Oppenhiem, Alan S Wilsky,
and Hamid Nawab S, “Signals and Systems”,
second edition,
Prentice Hall, New
Delhi, 2005
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