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PROSPECTUS


FOR ADMISSION TO M.TECH / Ph.D


PROGRAMMES


SESSION 2010
-
11




PHOTOGRAPH



YMCA UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY
, FARIDABAD


LOGO


Ph.:(0129) 2242142, 2210372 Fax: 2242143





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VISION


“To re
-
orient Technical Education which

shall be relevant
to the real world of work attractive to students responsive to the
Industry and connected to the community/society atlarge”
















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Mohinder Kumar, IAS

Vice Chancellor

YMCA University of Sc.&

Technology,

Faridabad.




Message


Tec
hnical Education plays an important role towards creating highly skilled technical
manpower which is employable in an equally competitive market.


YMCA University of Science and Technology, Faridabad, is a pioneer Institution that
has been providing quali
fied, trained manpower to the industry since its inception as an
Indo German project in 1969. It has produced large number of entrepreneurs who are
actively contributing in the socio


economical development of the country in general
and the state of Harya
na in particular.


I convey my best whishes to faculty and staff members of the University who have
made this esteemed Institutions a success. My best wishes to the students also for their
bright future.




Mohinder Kumar










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ADMISSION SCHEDULE (IMPOR
TANT

TENTATIVE

DATES)




1.

Availability of Prospectus





: 05.07.2010

2.

Last date for receipt of
Application forms duly filled

in for

admission at the University
.





:
26.07.2010

3
.

Date of Counseling

for admission to M.Tech.


:
30.07.2010

(10.00

AM)

4
.

Date of
Test/
Counseling for admission to
Ph.D.


:

will be notified on











University website

i.e.











www.ymcaie.ac.in

5
.

Date

of Commencement of the session.



:
02.08.2010

6
.

Date of second Counsel
ing
(For vacant seats)


:
16.08.2010


NOTE:



Prospectus is available on cash payment
of Rs.

1000/
-

at

YMCA
University of Science
and Technology
, Faridabad

counter up to 26.07.2010 (02.00 PM)
. However, the Prospectus can
also be obtained from YMCA
Universi
ty of Science and Technology
, Faridabad through post
by sending a demand draft of Rs.1050/
-

in favour of
Registrar
,

YMCA
University of Science
and Technology
, payable at Faridabad latest by
15.07.2010
. Requests received after this will
not be entertained.

Th
e Unive
r
sity

does not take the responsibility arising out of postal delay.
Form can also be down
-
loaded from
University

Website i.e.
www.ymcaie.ac.in

and submit the
same alongwith DD of Rs.1050/
-

by
26.07.2010
.



PRICE:


At the Counter


: Rs.1000/
-


By Registered Post

: Rs.1050/
-






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YMCA UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY,
FARIDABAD



S.No.

Name

Designation

Telephone No.


1
.

Sh. Mohinder Kumar,

IAS

Vice
-
Chancellor

0129
-
2242143

2
.

Dr. A.K. Sharma

Registrar

0
129
-
2242142

3
.

Dr. A.K. Sharma

Dean of Faculty (Engg. & Tech.)

0129
-
2242141

4
.

Prof.V.K.Bansal

Dean of Humanities & Sciences

0129
-
2242141

5
.

Dr. Sandeep Grover

Dean of Management Studies

0129
-
2242142

6
.

Dr.
Ashok Kumar

Professor

in Electrical Engg.

01
29
-
2242142

7
.

Dr. Tilak Raj

Controller of Examination

0129
-
2242142

8
.

Sh. Rajesh Ahuja

Controller of Finance

0129
-
2242142

9.

Sh. Naresh Yadav

Workshop Supdt.


10
.

Sh. P.N.Bajpai

Li
b
rarian

0129
-
2242142

11
.

Sh. B.K.Chutani

Dy.Registrar

0129
-
2242142

12
.

Sh. R.P.Arya

Dy.Supdt.(Acd)

0129
-
2242142


















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GENERAL INFORMATION



1.

The Application Form for admission is given at the end of the Prospectus.


2.

The duly completed Application Form alongwith all required enclosures should reach
YMCA
Univers
ity of Science and Technology
, Sector
-
6, Faridabad by
26.07.2010
05.00 PM
.


3.

A candidate who furnishes particulars which are found to be false or suppresses
material information, will not be considered for admission and if he/ she is admitted on
such inform
ation, legal action under the law of the land, his/ her admission shall be
cancelled and all fees deposited by him/ her would stand forfeited.


4.

Before accepting the admission, the candidate must also ensure that he/ she fulfills the
minimum eligibility con
ditions.


5.

No separate call letters will be issued.


6.

All the admitted candidates will be governed by the Academic Regulation and/ or
Ordinance as laid down by the University.


7.

In the event of any inconsistencies in the rules or any clarification thereof, th
e matter
shall be referred to the competent authority for interpretation whose decision shall be
final.


8.

In case of any other information please contact
Controller of Finance
/

Deputy Supdt.
(Acd) (Telephone No. 0129
-
2242142)





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YMCA UNIVERSITY OF S
CIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FARIDABAD




1. INTRODUCTION:



YMCA University of Science & Technology, Faridabad established in 2009 vide Haryana
Govt. Gazette Notification No.29 of 2009 dated 16.9.2009(Haryana Act No. 21 of 2009)
formerly Known as YMCA Institute o
f Engineering, Faridabad, which was established in year
1969 as a Joint Venture of Govt. of Haryana and National Council of YMCA of India with
active assistance from overseas Agencies of West Germany to produce highly practical
oriented personnel in specia
lized field of engineering to meet specific technical manpower
requirement of industries. The Institute

(now University) has been well known for its tract
record of employment of the passed out students since its inception. The Institute(now
University) h
as been allowed to conduct B.Tech. Course of 4
-
Years duration from the session
1997
-
98 and students are admitted through
Centralized

Counseling

conducted by Agency
nominated by State Govt. from time to time in 1
st

Year and also has been allowed to admit
st
udents in 2
nd

year through Lateral Entry Entrance Test. The students of
B.Tech,

M.Tech,

MCA and MBA shall be
granted their

respective degree for the students who were admitted
upto 2008
-
09 by MDU Rohtak. The YMCA University of Science & Technology, Fari
dabad
shall grant the degree to the students of all streams
including Ph.D. Programmes
admitted in
2009
-
10 onward(Except LEET students). It has excellent record of placement and has been
first preference in Haryana State.



2. LOCATION OF THE
UNIVERSITY
:


The University is situated right on the National Highway No.2 known as Mathura Road, 32
Kms. from the Nation’s Capital, New Delhi on way to the Taj Mahal, Agra

, has been upgraded
from erstwhile YMCA Institute of Engineering during session 2009
-
10.

The Uni
versity has its
own Campus on a plot area of 20 acres. It is located in the growing and sprawling Faridabad
Ballabgarh

Industrial Complex of Haryana.
The University is well connected with Rail and
Road Transport from Delhi/New Delhi.








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1.

THE
U
NIVERSITY



The
University

has been well known for its track record of employment of the passed
out students since its inception

as erstwhile YMCA Institute of Engineering
. The
University

has been conducting B.Tech. Degree Courses of 4 years duration from
the session 1997
-
98 and
candidates are admitted through Centralized
Counseling
. The following Under Graduate
Degree Courses, apart from the Post Graduate Degree Courses, are being run in the
University

with an intake as mentioned against each discipline. I
n addition to these courses, the
University

is also running MCA Course with an intake of 30 & MB
A Course with an intake of 60.



Sr. No


DISCIPLINE






INTAKE

1.


Computer Engineering





60

2.


Electrical Engineering






60

3.


Electronics & Commu
nication Engineering



60

4.


Electronics & Instrumentation Control Engg.


60

5.


Information Technology





60

6.


Mechanical Engineering





120











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1.1 The Department of Computer Engineering
, besides conducting B.Tech.
Courses in
Computer Engineering, Information Technology and MCA gas been offering,
M.Tech.Programme in Computer Engineering

from the year

2002
-
03
, Six batches of
M.Tech.students have already completed their course. The department is having highly
qualified

and experienced faculty as given below.


1.Dr.A.K.Sharma,

Professor



2.Dr.C.K.Nagpal,

Ass
o
.Prof.

3.
Sh
.Atul Mehra,

Ass
o
.Prof
.



4.
D
r.Naresh Chauhan, Ass
o
.Prof.

5.
Dr
.Komal Bhatia,

Ass
o
.Prof.


6.
Dr
.Manjeet Singh,

Ass
o
.Prof.

7.Sh.Ashutosh Dixit,

AP



8.Ms.Jy
oti,

AP

9.Ms.Neelam Duhan,

AP



10.Ms.Sapna Gambhir,

AP

11.Ms.Parul Tomar,

AP



12.Sh.Harish Kumar,

AP

13.Mrs.Shilpa Sethi,

AP



14.Ms.Parul Gupta,

AP

15.Ms.Shruti Sharma,

AP



1
6
.Ms.Poonam,

AP

1
7
.Ms.Anuradha,

AP




1
8
.Ms.Deepika,

AP


19
.Ms.Mamta,

AP




2
0
.Ms.Payal Gulati,

AP


2
1
.Ms.Manvi,

AP




2
2
.Ms.Preeti Arora,

AP


2
3
.Ms.Amita Arora,

AP



2
4
.Sh.Ashlesh Gupta,

AP


2
5
.Sh.Ra
shmi

Popli,

AP



26.Nitika Khurana
, AP

27.Ved Pal, AP


The computer Centre is well equipped with more than 660 computers and is having

state of art
equipment. The department is actively engaged in research work in broad area of Fuzzy Expert
Systems, Internet Technology, Nature Language Processing and Network Technology.


1.2 The Department of Mechanical Engineering
, besides conduct
ing B.
Tech.

Course in
Mech.

Engg.
and MBA Course, is also offering M.Tech.

Programme in Mech.

Engg. with

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specialization in Manufacturing Technology and Automation from the academic year 2003
-
04.
The department is having well equipped labs/workshops.











Th
e department is having highly qualified and experienced faculty as given below:


1.

Dr.Sandeep Grover,



2. Dr.M.L.Aggarwal,A
sso.
P
rof

3
.

Prof.Raj Kumar,

Asso.Prof



4
. Prof.Naresh Yadav,

5
. Dr.Tilak Raj,

Asso.Prof



6
.
Sh.S.Raina,
AP
(SG)

7
. Dr.Vikas Kumar,

Asso.Prof


8
.Sh.Lakhwinder Singh,

Asso.Prof


9
.Sh.Vikram Singh,

Asso.Prof


1
0
.Sh.Hari Om,

Asso.Prof



1
1
.Sh.Mukesh Gupta,

AP



1
2
.Sh.Vashdev Malhotra,

AP


1
3
.Ms.
P.N.
Sandhya,

AP



1
4
.Sh.Arvind Kumar,

AP


1
5
.Ms.Parinam Anuradha,

AP


1
6
.Sh.Sanjeev Goyal,

AP


1
7
.Sh.Rajeev Saha,

AP



1
8
.Sh.Bhaskar Nagar,

AP



19
.Sh.Nikhil Dev,

AP




2
0
.Sh.Kamal Kumar,

AP


2
1
.Sh.Rajesh Attri,

AP



22.Sh. Mahesh Chand
, AP

23.Sh. Krishan Kumar, AP


The Department is actively engaged in research work in the broad area of TQM, Shot
peening
Parameters and
Fatigue

Design, Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Computer Aided
Engineering, Just in Time,
Environmental

Aspects etc.


1.3 The Department of Electrical Engineering
, besides conducting B.Tech.Course in
Electrical Engineering,Electro
nics & Instrumentation Control Engg., Electronics &
Communication Engg. is offering M.Tech.Programme in Electrical Engineering (with
specialization in Power Systems & Drives) from the academic year 2004
-
05 & with
specialization in Electronics & Communicati
on Engg. from the academic year 2008
-
09
respectively. The Department is having well equipped labs/workshops.


The Department is having qualified and experienced faculty as given below:

1. Dr.Ashok Kumar,
Prof
essor



2. Dr.P.R.Sharma,A
sso.
P
rof

3. Prof..S.K.A
ggarwal,

Asso.Prof


4. Prof. Anju Gupta,

Asso.Prof

5. Prof.V.K.Sharma,

Asso.Prof


6. Prof. Munish Vashisht,

Asso.Prof

7. Prof..Archana Aggarwal,

Asso.Prof

8. Prof. Rajesh Kr.Ahuja,

Asso.Prof

9. Ms.Poonam Singhal,

Asso.Prof


1
0
.Sh.Dushyant Kumar Shukla,
AP

1
1
.Sh.Bal Kishan,

AP




1
2
.Sh.Nitin Goel,

AP






11

1
3
. Ms.Shakuntla,

AP




1
4
.Sh.Bharat Bhushan,

AP



1
5
. Sh.Pradeep Kumar,

AP



1
6
.Sh.Shalender Gupta,

AP


1
7
. Ms.Sangeeta Dhall,

AP



18
.Ms.Nitin Julka,

AP

19
. Sh.Vinod Kr.Rathore,

AP



2
0
.Ms.Neetu Gupta,

AP









2
1
. Ms.Priyanka,

AP




2
2
.
Ms.Preet Kaur,

AP

2
3
.

Ms.Sakshi,

AP




2
4
.
Ms.Sheliza,

AP

2
5
.

Ms.Neelam Mehli,

AP



2
6
.
Ms. Rashmi Jain
, AP

27.Ms.Saswati Swapandash
, AP


28.
Ms. Gunjan Sardana
, AP

29.Sh.Kara
m
bir, AP




30.Sh.Lalit Rai
, AP

31.Ms.Rashmi Talwar
, AP



32.Ms.Sonam Khera
, AP

33.Sh.Prashant Kumar
, AP



34.Mrs.Kalpana Shehrawat, AP


The Department is actively engaged in research work in broad areas of FACT System, Power
System Dynamics,
Power

System Operation & Control etc.


1
.4

PLACEMENT

Prof. V.K.
Bansal, Prof. Training & Placement


2. COURSE OF STUDY AND DISTRIBUTION OF SEATS


2.1
Running

M.Tech.

Courses

(Already approved by AICTE)

DEGREE

DISCIPLINE/

DEPTT.

SPECIALIZATION

NO. OF SEATS




Gen.

SC/

ST

Sponsored

Total

M.Tech.

Mechanical

Engg.

Manufa
cturing & Auto
-

mation Tech.

10

3

5*

18


12

M.Tech.

Computer

Engg.

Computer

E
ngg.

10

3

5*

18

M.Tech.

Computer

Engg.

Networking

10

3

5*

18

M.Tech.

Computer

Engg.

Information Technology

10

3

5*

18

M.Tech.

Electrical

Engg.

Power System & Drives

10

3

5*

18

M
.Tech.

Electrical

Engg.

Electronics Engg.

10

3

5*

18




2.
2

New P
.
G
.

Courses:
-


M.Tech.

Electronics

VLSI Tech

10

3

5

18

M.Tech.

Electronics

Electronics and
Communication
Engg.

10

3

5

18


*(a)

Against sponsored seats, first preference would be given to c
andidates working in

Directorate of Technical Education, Haryana/Universities/State Govt. and

Govt.Aided
Engineering Colleges.


*(b)

If, any seat of the branch against sponsored category still remains vacant after

making
admissions of the candidates as me
ntioned at (a) above, then the candidates duly
sponsored and eligible, working in self
-
financing Engineering Colleges recognized by
affiliating University in the Faculty of Engineering & Technology

or working
Engineer/Scientist employed in a department/ind
ustry/laboratory in the proximity of
University

would be considered.


*
(c)


In case any seat against sponsored category still remains vacant after admission as

proposed under (a) and (b) above, the same would be filled in on merit basis.



2.3

Eligibili
ty for admission to M.Tech Courses
:
-


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The normal duration of the course for regular full time candidates shall be 2 years Teaching in
each academic year is divided into two semesters. If any candidate is working in any
organization, he/she should submit re
lieving certificate from the concerned organization. If, at
any time during the course, a candidate is found to be working, his/her admission will stand
cancelled automatically.









Eligibility for admission in M.Tech Courses


Sr.No.

Discipline

Specia
lization

Qualifying degree for M.Tech. Course

1.

Mechanical

A)
Manufacturing
technology and
Automation



B.E./B.Tech
in Mech. Engg./ Production
Engg./Automobile Engg./ Industrial Engg./
Metallurgy Engg./ Mechatronics Engg. or
related with Mechanical Engg.
with minimum
55% marks in qualifying degree or CGPA of
6.25 on 10 point scale. However in case of
SC/ST candidates, 50% marks in qualifying
examination or a CGPA of 5.75 on a 10 point
scale is required.


First preference will be given to candidates in
the
above discipline with valid GATE score.


Second preference will be given to result
awaited Final Semester/Final Year candidates
in the above discipline with valid GATE Score.
However, admission in the M.Tech
programmes will be provisional, on their own
res
ponsibility for fulfilling the eligibility
criteria by Sept. 2010.


Third preference will be given to B.E/B.Tech.
in the above discipline without GATE score.


Fourth preference will be given to result
awaited Final Semester/Final Year candidates
in the abo
ve discipline without GATE score.
However, admission in the M.Tech.

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Programmes will be provisional, on their own
responsibility for fulfilling the eligibility
criteria by Sept. 2010.




2.

Electronics
Engineering

A) Electronics
and
Communication
Engineeri
ng
(Proposed)


B)VLSI
(Proposed)



B.E./B.Tech in Electrical Engg./ Electronics
Engg./ Electronics and Control/Electronics and
Instrumentation/Electrical & Electronics or
equivalent with minimum 55% marks in
qualifying degree or CGPA of 6.25 on 10
points s
cale. However in case of SC/ST
candidates, 50% marks in qualifying
examination or a CGPA of 5.75 on a 10 point
scale is required.


First preference will be given to candidates in
the above discipline with valid GATE score.

Second preference will be given t
o result
awaited Final Semester/Final Year candidates
in the above discipline with valid GATE Score.
However, admission in the M.Tech
programmes will be provisional, on their own
responsibility for fulfilling the eligibility
criteria by Sept. 2010.


Third
preference will be given to B.E/B.Tech.
in the above discipline without GATE score.


Fourth preference will be given to result
awaited Final Semester/Final Year candidates
in the above discipline without GATE score.
However, admission in the M.Tech.
Progra
mmes will be provisional, on their own
responsibility for fulfilling the eligibility
criteria by Sept. 2010.


3.

Electrical
Engg.

A)Power System
and Drives


B)Electronics
Engg.

B.E./B.Tech in Electrical/Electrical &
electronics Engg. or equivalent with mi
nimum
55% marks in qualifying degree or CGPA of
6.25 on 10 points scale. However in case of
SC/ST candidates, 50% marks in qualifying
examination or a CGPA of 5.75 on a 10 point
scale is required.


First preference will be given to candidates in
the above
discipline with valid GATE score.


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Second preference will be given to result
awaited Final Semester/Final Year candidates
in the above discipline with valid GATE Score.
However, admission in the M.Tech
programmes will be provisional, on their own
responsib
ility for fulfilling the eligibility
criteria by Sept. 2010.


Third preference will be given to B.E/B.Tech.
in the above discipline without GATE score.


Fourth preference will be given to result
awaited Final Semester/Final Year candidates
in the above dis
cipline without GATE score.
However, admission in the M.Tech.
Programmes will be provisional, on their own
responsibility for fulfilling the eligibility
criteria by Sept. 2010.


4.

Computer
Engg.

A) Computer

Engg.


B)Networking


C)Information
Technology

B
.E./B.Tech in Computer Engg./Computer Sc./
Computer Technology/ Information
Technology or equivalent or MCA or
B.E./B.Tech. in Electrical/Electronics Engg. in
the order specified, with minimum 55% marks
in qualifying degree or CGPA of 6.25 on 10
points sca
le. However in case of SC/ST
candidates, 50% marks in qualifying
examination or a CGPA of 5.75 on a 10 point
scale is required.


First preference will be given to candidates in
the above discipline with valid GATE score.

Order of preference in this categor
y is as
follows:

i)

B.E./B.Tech in computer
Eng../Computer Sc./Computer
Technology/Information Technology
or equivalent

ii)

MCA

iii)

B.E./B.Tech. Electronics./Electrical
Engg.


Second preference will be given to result
awaited Final Semester/Final Year candidates
in t
he above discipline with valid GATE Score.
However, admission in the M.Tech

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programmes will be provisional, on their own
responsibility for fulfilling the eligibility
criteria by Sept. 2010.

Order of preference in this category is as
follows:

i)

B.E./B.Tech i
n computer
Eng../Computer Sc./Computer
Technology/Information Technology
or equivalent

ii)

MCA

iii)

B.E./B.Tech. Electronics./Electrical
Engg.


Third preference will be given to B.E/B.Tech.
in the above discipline without GATE score.

Order of preference in this cat
egory is as
follows:

i)


B.E./B.Tech in computer


Eng../Computer Sc./Computer


Technology/Information


Technology or equivalent

ii) MCA

iii) B.E./B.Tech. Electronics./E
lectrical


Engg.


Fourth preference will be given to result
awaited Final Semester/Final Year candidates
in the above discipline without GATE score.
However, admission in the M.Tech.
Programmes will be provisional, on their own
responsibility fo
r fulfilling the eligibility
criteria by Sept. 2010.

Order of preference in this category is as
follows:

i) B.E./B.Tech in computer


Eng../Computer Sc./Computer


Technology/Information



Technology or equivalent

ii) MCA

iii) B.E./B.Tech. Electronics./Electrical


Engg.







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3.
Ph.D. Courses
:
-
(a)

DISCIPLINE/ DEPARTMENT

NO. OF SEATS
(FULL TIME)

Computer Engineering

02 (UR)

Mechanical Engineering

02 (UR)

El
ectrical/ Electronics Engineering

02 (UR)


(b)

Scholarship
will be provided by the University as per rule for the above mentioned seats.
However more candidates may be admitted for Part
-
Time Ph.D. Courses in all streams as per
availability of seats withou
t scholarship.


(c)
The normal duration for Ph.D Programme full time is 3 years which can be extended
depending upon the progress of the research work.


4.
The University will charge fee/other dues
for M.Tech Courses
at the time of
reporting in the Univers
ity i.e. after
1
st

counseling as under
:
-



(i)

Tuition Fees Rs. 40,000/
-
P.A.


(ii)

Development Fees Rs.9000/
-
P.A.


(a)
Details of University Charges of Rs.

5,9
80/
-

charged from 1
st

Year students is given



below:
-



Registration Fee


: Rs
.1,000/
-

One Time


Development Fee


: Rs.1,000/
-

PA


SAF




: Rs.1,200/
-

PA


Dr.Radha Krishnan Fund

: Rs. 70/
-

PA


HHF




: Rs. 10/
-

PA


Exam.Fee



: Rs. 700/
-

per Semester


University Security


: Rs.2,000/
-

One Time(Refundable)




------------


(Charged by HSCS) Total :
Rs. 5980/
-


------------


(b)

In addition to above, Hostellers are required to pay the following fees:
-



Hostel

Fee



: Rs.3,000/
-
PA


Electricity Charges


: Rs.1,200/
-

PA


Water Charges



: Rs. 100/
-

PA


University Hostel Security


Arrangement fee


: Rs.1,200/
-

PA


Hostel Security


: Rs. 500/
-

One Time(Refundable)






-----------------




TOTAL

: Rs.6,000/
-






-----------------



(c) Mess Charges/Security

: Rs. 2970/
-



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All the above fess will be charged from the students admitted from the session 2010
-
11,
admitted for
M.Tech
.


Note:
-

For
P
h.D.
, fees will be charged as per pattern of G.J.U. Hi
sar.




5.
Eligibility
for Admission to Full Time Ph.D. Courses


(i)

A candidate for admission to the cours
e of Ph.D. must have
obtained 60%

marks at the
Master's Degree level or any other equivalent examinations in relevant field or a subject
allied ther
eto. The relevance of the subject will be decided by the Board of Studies.

(ii)

The candidates who appeared in Master's Level Examination in the current session may
also appear in the Entrance Test, but they must submit the proof of having passed the
exa
mination on the date of admission to the Pre
-
Ph.D. course.

(iii)

The provision of relaxation of 5% in marks for eligibility and 20% reservation in seats
department
-
wise will be applicable for SC/ST candidates for admission in Ph.D.
programme.

(iv)

A can
didate
provisionally
registered for Ph.D. shall be required to attend classes for one
semester for a Pre
-
Ph.D. course. However, the Vice Chancellor may relax the condition of
one semester Pre
-
Ph.D. course as a special case for Senior Scientists, Senior
Adm
inistrators, Defence Officers, Foreign Students or any other category of working
officers under MoU arrangements. Such candidates will be required to attend a fifteen
days capsule course of Pre
-
Ph.D. syllabi. They will have to qualify the Ph.D. courses
alo
ngwith other students.

(v)

The candidates who are awarded fellowship by the University / Outside agency to carry
out Ph.D. work, shall be required to stay at University Headquarter for whole duration of
the fellowship. The Chairperson of the department concer
ned will certify the stay of the
candidate.


6.
Additional Eligibility Conditions for Part
-
Time Ph.D. Admission


(i)

The applicant should be a teaching

employee of an educational institute/org and must

produce No Objection Certificate from his employer on or
before the interview.

(ii)

The candidate proves to the satisfaction of the DRC that his/her official duties permit him
to devote sufficient time to research.

(iii)

The candidate proves to the satisfaction of the DRC that facilities for pursuing research
are available

at his place of work in the chosen field of research.


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(iv)

He will be required to visit university (on working days) to meet his supervisor in the
deptt. at least twice in
a month

and such visit

is to

be reported to the Chairman of the
DRC for record.



7.
Eli
gibility for
University
Scholarship

(i)

Only full
-
time Ph.D. research scholars are eligible for the award of the
University

scholarship

of
Rs.
18000 per month.

(ii)

In case no eligible candidate as defined above is available for the award of the
scholarship, the Vic
e
-
chancellor, at his discretion
,

on the recommendation of the
Chairman of the concerned Deptt. and the Dean

of faculty

may award the scholarship
to the scholars

of other departments
.

(iii)

A contingency grant of Rs. 5,000/
-

per scholar per month will be allocate
d to the
concerned

scholar through his guide
.

(iv)

Those who are awarded scholarship from any other source will not be eligible for the
University

scholarship.

(v)

The scholarship can be awarded at the most for three years.

(vi)

In case the semester research progress is

found unsatisfactory,

on the
recommendation of supervisor, the DRC may

discontinued/ stopped

the scholarship
.

(vii)

A

Ph.D. research scholar receiving scholarship is required to devote at least twelve
hours per week towards the departmental or Institute academi
c work assigned to
him/her by the Chairman.


8.
Registration

(i)

The registration to Ph.D. programmes in the teaching departments shall be made once
a year through the entrance test conducted by the concerned department. The cut off
date for this will be deci
ded on year to year basis. The applications in the prescribed
form shall be submitted by candidates to the office of the Chairperson of the
department concerned. The entrance test will be conducted by the department.

(ii)

The number of vacancies in various dep
artments will be given on University Website
and mention of the same will be made in the admission notices for information of the
candidates. At the time of notifying the vacancies in newspapers, the number of
vacancies for registration shall be indicated
course wise.

(iii)

The eligible candidate shall apply for admission in the prescribed form down
load
able
from the University website.





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9. Procedure f
or Admission

The procedure for admission to Ph.D. programme shall consist of the following steps:

(i)

Receipt o
f Applications.

(ii)

Scrutiny of the applications by the Department.

(iii)

Entrance test.

(iv)

The
candidates passing the entrance test with at least 50% marks (for SC/ST 45%
marks) will be eligible for registration.


The candidates who have qualified
UGC/
NET/
CSIR (JRF
)
/GATE/SLET/Teacher fellowship, staff of YMCA University of
Science and Technology, Faridabad

or candidates who have passed the regular
M.Phil. Programme
will be exempted from appearing in the ent
rance test for Ph.D.
programme. However, they will have to a
ppear for interview as per schedule.

(v)

Entrance test shall be followed by an interview to be orga
nized by the Department
concerned. At the time of interview, doctoral candidates are expected to discuss their
research interest/area.

(vi)

Only the predetermined n
umber of students will be admitted to Ph.D.
programme in a
Department with provisional registration.

(vii)

After having been admitted, each
provisionally registered
Ph.D. student shall be
required to pass Pre
-
Ph.D. course work of one semester. The course work sh
all
include a compulsory course on
:

a.

R
esearch method
ology including quantitative methods and C
omputer applications

b.

Course suggested by DRC and Supervisor
.

(viii)

The course will also include reviewing of published research in the relevant field. The
minimum quali
fying requirement

in Pre
-
Ph.D. course will be
CGPA of 6.0 in aggregate.
The Pre
-
Ph.D. course work may be carried out in sister departments within the
University.

(ix)

For admission to Pre
-
Ph.D. course the candidate will be required to deposit fee as

prescribed

by the University.

(x)

The evaluation of Pre
-
Ph.D. examination will be got done internally. The result will be
declared within one month of Pre
-
Ph.D. Examination. Reappear examination for Pre
-
Ph.D. course shall be conducted
along

with

the other semester exam
s. The candidates
attaining less than the minimum qualifying CGPA will have to qualify with minimum
CGPA requirement for confirmation of registration within two years.

(xi)

The BoS in its meeting shall confirm the registration of the candidates who has
qualifie
d pre
-
Ph.D. coursework.

(xii)

The Presentation of Synopsis by the candidate will be before Departmental Research
Comm
ittee (DRC) of the Department
as per the schedule decided by the Department

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concerned. The BOS will consider and approve the synopsis of all cand
idates

and
shall confirm the registration
.


10. Allocation o
f Supervisor/ Co
-
Supervisor

(i)

The candidate shall obtain the consent of the supervisor and submit the same to the
department.
The Board of Post
-
Graduate Studies and Research shall decide the case
of Registration and shall finally approve the name of Supervisor or any Co
-
Supervisor
(Intra
-
Departmental/ Inter
-

Departmental / External, if desirable).

(ii)

The reasons for the recommendation of Co
-
Supervisor will be recorded in the
proceedings. The

External

Supervisor

can

be

appointed

only

as

a

Co
-
Su
pervisor and
he or she shall be a schol
ar of eminence. The prior consent of the Co
-
Supervisor shall
be obtained before registration.

The faculty member to be appointed as Supervisor or
Co
-
Supervisor shall not be

a spouse/ blood relation of the Research Scholar to be
registered for Ph.D. course.

(iii)

A Professor will supervise at any one time not more than 8, Assistant Professor 4,
Lecturer (if he/she possesses a Ph.D. Degree and minimum two years teaching
experience)

2 candidates. On the recommendations of the Board of Post
-
Graduate
Studies and Research, the Vice
-
Chancellor may permit these limits to exceed
marginally on special grounds to be recorded. The regular teacher can become
supervisor. No fresh registration w
ill be allowed by BOS/AC to teachers who
proceeded on Extra Ordinary Leaves.

(iv)

The teacher(s) on Extra Ordinary Leaves may continue to guide the candidate
registered for Ph.D. programme under his/her supervision in the University. If the
Supervisor(s) of a
candidate leave(s) the University before the completion of the
research work or is/are otherwise unable to see the work through, due to some valid
reasons, the Vice
-
Chancellor may allow change of the supervisor, as chosen by the
candidate, on the recommend
ation of the Departmental Research Committee if it is
considered that the change of supervisor is in the interest of the completion of the
work.


11. Evaluation a
nd Assessment Methods

(i)

The date of registration of a candidate shall be the date on which his
/her registration is
approved by the Board of Studies. After the date of issuance of the registration letter,
the candidate will deposit the fee within a month failing which his/her candidature will
stand cancelled. Provided that the Vice
-
Chancellor may ca
ncel the registration of a
candidate at
any time, after the issue of a due show
-
cause notice, on disciplinary or
any other grounds, which are considered to be not in consonance with the dignity and

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behavior of a research scholar or non
-
payment of hostel or

any other dues.

a)

The minimum period of registration shall be two years for a full
-
time scholar, and
three years for a part
-
time scholar.

b)

The maximum time for the submission of the thesis for a full
-
time scholar is five
years, and that for a part
-
time scho
lar is six years from the date of the initial
registration for the Ph.D. Programme. However, as a special case, on the
recommendation of the Chairman of the DRC and the Dean), this limit may be
extended up to a maximum period of seven years for both the ca
tegories Vice
-
Chancellor on the recommendations of the Supervisor(s) and the Departmental
Research Committee beyond which the registration shall stand cancelled
automatically.

(ii)

Research Scholar shall submit progress report every six months. Prior

to submiss
ion
of the thesis, the scholar shall make a
pre
-
submission
presentation in the Department
that may be open to all faculty members and research students, for getting feedback
and comments, which may be suitably incorporated into the draft thesis under the
a
dvice of the supervisor(s).

(iii)

Every Supervisor shall, through the Chairperson of the Department, send to the
Chairman Board of Post Graduate Studies and Research and the Registrar annually
(at the end of September) a report of research work done by the rese
arch scholar
during the said period.

(iv)

If the work of a Research Scholar is found unsatisfactory at any stage as reported by
the Supervisor(s), the Departmental Research Committee shall give him or her an
opportunity to explain his/her position and make sui
table recommendation including
deregistration. The Board of Post Graduate Studies may then recommend cancellation
of his or her registration to the appropriate bodies.

(v)

No candidate shall join any other regular course of study or appear at any examination
while conducting research. The Vice
-
Chancellor may, however, allow a candidate to
appear in any examination or to attend a course which is conducive to his or her
research and is of minor nature, including improvement of any previous result.

(vi)

The Board of
Post Graduate Studies may allow a subject of
research to be modified
upto one year

after registration
.

(vii)

Provided that minor changes in the topic of a thesis may be allowed by the Board of
Post Graduate Studies up

to six months before the submission of the t
hesis.

(viii)

The thesis finally submitted shall
be
typed both sides (Font Size 12 and
1.5 Line
spacing)
; and shall be a piece of research work characterized either by discovery of
new facts or enunciation of a new theory or theories or by fresh interpretation o
f known
facts. In either case, it shall evince the capacity to the candidate for critical
examination and
judgment
. The literary presentation of thesis should be of a high

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standard i.e. concise, laid out logically and in proper sequence, far from grammatic
al
and typographical errors and referenced properly.

(ix)

The candidate may incorporate in his or her thesis the contents of any work that
he/she may have published on the subject but shall declare this fact in the thesis.
However, he or she shall not submit a
s his or her thesis any work for which a degree
has been conferred on him or her by any University. Candidates may also incorporate
in the thesis any indigenous development of equipment, apparatus or technique.
However, such a study must be backed by eithe
r the demonstration of the said
equipment, apparatus or technique in its current stage of international research in the
relevant field or through the grant of a national or international patent or both.


12. Submission o
f Thesis

(i)

The Ph.D candidates shall

publish two research paper
s

during the period of
registration
in ref
er
red
International
journal(s)
in the research area
before the
submission

of the thesi
s, and produce evidence for the
same in the form of
acceptance

letter or the reprint.

The candidate
should be main author in the paper.
The published
papers should also be submitted along with the Ph.D. dissertation.

(ii)

The Ph.D. candidate shall submit

four
printed hard bound (computer typed or

Photostat) copies of his/he
r thesis in color (Red
) along with
two Soft bound (
computer
typed or

Photostat)

and
Soft Copy
stored on C
D to
the concerned

Department and the
Chairman of the Department who shall forward it to the Examination Branch through
the Dean of the Faculty.

(iii)

After finalization of the award of Ph.D
. Degree, one copy will be sent to the University
Library and the other to the Departmental Library. The third copy may be returned to
the candidate. Further, the University shall submit a soft copy of the Ph.D. thesis to the
UGC within a period of thirty
days, for hosting the same in INFLIBNET, accessible to
all Institutions/Universities.

(iv)

The candidate shall also submit to the Chairperson six copies of the summary of the
thesis in about 500 words each indicating how far the thesis embodies the results of
his or her own research or observations and in what respects his or her investigations
appear to him or her to advance the study of the subject of his or her thesis. This will
be done two weeks before the meeting of the Post Graduate Board of Studies &
Res
earch. When a research scholar is ready to submit his or her thesis for evaluation,
he or she shall obtain a certificate from his or her supervisor to this effect and shall
apply to the Chairperson for appointment of his or her Examiner enclosing an abstra
ct
of his/her thesis including the table of contents.

(v)

The Board of Post Graduate Studies shall
approve

a panel of six specialists in the
field

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suggested by the supervisor of the candidate
for appointment as evaluators for each
thesis out of which at least

three shall be from outside the State or country.

The
specialist recommended shall be either Professors or persons of eminence and their
specialization shall be relevant to the topic of the thesis. Names of only those persons
shall be recommended who are
known to be physically fit and are able to undertake a
journey for the conduct of viva
-
voce, if invited.
However the examiners shall not be
from the university/institute of the supervisor/candidate and not related to them.

(vi)

The thesis shall be finally refer
red to two examiners, out of which at least one shall be
from outside the State or Country, selected by the Vice
-
Chancellor from the panel
drawn by PG Board of Studies.
The examination branch shall seek the consent of
examiners, if any

of

the
examiner
(
s
)

s
how his/her inability to evaluate the thesis than
the consent may be obtained from other examiners approved by the Vice
-
Chancellor.

(vii)

The evaluator will state categorically whether in his or her opinion:

(a)
Thesis should be accepted for the award of Ph.D.
Degree;

OR

(b) It should be referred to

candidate for presenting it again in revised form;

OR

(c)
It should be rejected

(viii)

The evaluator shall state reasons for approval or rejection of the thesis. If he or she
recommends re
-
submission/ rejection, he or she
shall specifically indicate what
modifications he or she wants the candidate to effect and incorporate in the thesis. If
both the examiners recommend the award of degree, they may also give in their report
a set of questions which they would like to put to

the candidate at the time of viva
-
voce. In case one of the examiners rejects the thesis the Vice
-
Chancellor will send the
thesis for evaluation to the third examiner. If only one of the examiners recommends
re
-
submission with modifications, in that case t
he candidate shall be
asked to modify
the thesis and submit the same after having carried out all the modifications within a
year with a certificate from

the supervisor(s) that all the modifications have been
carried out as suggested by the examiner.

(ix)

A re
-
submitted thesis shall be examined by the examiner(s) who evaluated the original
thesis unless any of them is unable or unwilling to do so in which case substitute(s)
shall be appointed from the panel by the Vice
-
Chancellor. The examiner(s) for the
revise
d thesis will only see whether the objections raised have been met or not.

(x)

A candidate whose thesis is rejected shall not be registered again for the Ph.D.
Degree with the same topic.

(xi)

The examiners for a thesis shall indicate in their report whether the
thesis is fit for
publication in its original or modified form. In the later case, he shall make definite

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suggestions for improvement.

(xii)

If both examiners recommend award of the degree, the candidate shall be examined
through Viva
-
Voce examination by one of

the examiners, to be nominated by the Vice
-
Chancellor. If both the examiners are unable or unwilling to conduct the Viva
-
Voce
examination another person will be approved for the purpose by the Vice
-
Chancellor
from the panel already approved by PG Board of

Studies.

(xiii)

The Viva
-
Voce examination shall be conducted by the external examiner and will be
held in t
he Department concerned at YMCA University of Science and Technology
Faridabad

unless otherwise ordered by the Vice
-
Chancellor. All the teachers including

Supervisor/Co
-
supervisor and research scholars will be invited to attend the Viva
-
Voce
examination. The Viva
-
Voce examination will be based on the questions given by both
the examiners. The candidate will openly defend the thesis in Viva
-
Voce examination.


(xiv)

After the viva
-
voce examination, the reports of all the examiners shall be placed before
the Research Degree Committee consisting of the Vice
-
Chancellor, the Dean of the
Faculty concerned, Chairperson of the University Teaching Department and one of the
Supervisor/Co
-
supervisor. It shall be the function of the Committee to consider the
reports and to recommend to the Academic Council whether:





(a)
The degree is awarded;

OR

(b)
The thesis be revised and resubmitted for re
-
examination;

OR

(c)
The

thesis be rejected

(xv)

Further, provisional degree shall be issued from the date of meeting of Research
Degree Committee

consisting of All Deans of faculty
to such students in whose cases
the Research Degree Committee has recommended for the award of Ph.D. De
gree.

Along with the Degree, the University shall issue a provisional certificate certifying to
the effect that the Degree has been awarded in accordance with the provisions to the
UGC (Minimum Standards and Procedure for the award of Ph.D. degree), Regula
tions
2009.

(xvi)

No thesis shall be published without the prior permission of the University. The
research scholar may apply to the Chairperson of the Department for permission to
publish his or her thesis. The Chairperson will place the request before the
Depa
rtmental Research Committee which shall satisfy itself that the thesis is in
publishable form. It will be guided by the reports of the examiners. A certificate will be
obtained from the supervisor to the effect that the necessary improvements suggested
by
him or her and the examiners have been duly carried out. The entire published
thesis will be put on University website and will include catalogue and abstract of the

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thesis.


(xvii)

The Academic Council, on the recommendation of the Vice
-
Chancellor, shall have t
he
right to withdraw the degree if plagiarism or duplication or any other form of
malpractice is detected at any stage, and to initiate such further action as it deems fit.
Provided that the Vice
-
Chancellor shall get the complaint in the matter investigate
d

confidentially and shall give the accused an opportunity to explain before he makes his
recommendation on the matter to the Academic Council. There shall be no limitation of
time for this action of the Academic Council.


Ph.D.

13. Syllabus for Computer
Engineering

Digital Logic:

Logic functions, Minimization,; Number representation and computer
arithmetic (fixed and floating point).

Programming and Data Structures:

Programming in C; Functions, Recursion,
Parameter passing, Scope, Binding; Abstract data t
ypes, Arrays, Stacks, Queues,
Linked lists, Trees, Binary search trees, Binary heaps.

Algorithms:

Asymptotic notation & Analysis, Notions of space and time complexity, Worst and average
case analysis; Design: Greedy approach, Dynamic programming, Divide
-
an
d
-
conquer; Tree and graph
traversals, Connected components, Spanning trees, Shortest paths; Hashing, Sorting, Searching. Basic
concepts of complexity classes
-

P, NP, NP
-
hard, NP
-
complete.

Theory of Computation & Compiler Design:

Regular languages and fini
te automata, Context free
languages and Push
-
down automata, Lexical analysis, Parsing.

Operating systems:

Processes, Threads, Inter
-
process communication, Synchronization, Deadlock, CPU
scheduling, Memory management and virtual memory

Databases:

ER
-
model,
Relational model (relational algebra, tuple calculus), Database design (integrity
constraints, normal forms), Query languages (SQL)

Software Engineering
: Process models, Software design concepts: coupling & cohesion, testing
methods: white box, black box.

Computer Networks:

ISO/OSI stack, TCP/IP model, Basic concepts of hubs, switches, gateways, and
routers. Network security
-

basic concepts of public key and private key cryptography, digital signature,
firewalls.

Web technologies:

HTML, XML, basic concept
s of client
-
server computing.

(II) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

APPLIED MECHANICS AND DESIGN

(1) Engineering Mechanics:

Equivalent force systems, free
-
body concepts, equations of equilibrium, trusses and frames,
virtual work and minimum potential energy. Kinemat
ics and dynamics of particles and rigid

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bodies, impulse and momentum , energy methods, central force motion.


(2) Strength of Materials:

Stress and strainm, Elastic constants, stress
-
strain relationship, Mohr's circle, deflection of
beams, bending and shea
r stress, shear force and bending moment diagrams, torsion of circular
shafts, thin thick cylinders, Eulers theory of columns, strain energy methods, thermal stress.


(3) Theory of machines:

Analysis of plane mechanisms, dynamic analysis of slider
-
crank me
chanism, planer cams and
followers, grear tooth profiles, kinematics and design of gears, governors and flywheels,
balancing of reciprocating and rotating masses.

(4) Vibrations:

Free and forced vibrations of single degree freedom systems, effect of dampin
g, vibration




isolation, resonance, critical speed shafts.


(5) Design of Machine Elements:

Desing for statics and dynamic loading, fatigue strength, failure theories, design of bolted,
riveted and welded joints, design of shafts and keys, design of spu
r gears, brakes and clutches,
rolling and sliding contact bearings , belt, ropes and chain drives.



THERMAL SCIENCE/ Thermal ENGINEERING


(1) Fluid Mechanics:

Fluid properties, fluid statics, manumetry, buoyancy, control
-
volume analysis of mass,
momentum
and energy, fluid acceleration, differential equation of contunuity and momentum.
Bernouli's equation. Viscous flow of incompressible fluids; boudary layer, flow through pipes,
head losses in pipes, bends etc.


(2) Turbo machines:

velocity triangles Euler'
s equation, specific speed, Pelton wheel, centrifugal pump, Francis and
Kaplan turbines.


(3) Heat
-
Transfer:

Modes of heat transfer, one dimentional heat conduction, resistance concept, electrical analogy,
unsteady heat conduction, fins, dimensionless para
meters in free and forced convective heat
layer, effect of turbulence, radiative heat transfer, black and grey sufaces shape factors, networ
analysis, heat exchanger performance, LMTD and NTU methods.


(4) Thermodynamics:

Zeroth, fact and second laws of th
ermodynamics, themodynamic system and processes,
irreversibility and availability, behaviour of ideal and real gases, properties of pure substances,
calculation of work and heat in ideal processes. Analysis of thermodynamics cycles related to
energy conver
sion. Carnot, Rankine, Otto, Diesel, Brayton and Vapour compression cycle.


(5) Steam engineering:

Steam generators, Steam engines, steam turbines
-
impulse and reaction, velocity diagrams,
compounding, reheat factor.


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(6) I.C. Engines:

Requirements and suit
ability of fuels in IC engines, fuel ratings, fuel
-

air mixture requirements,
normal combustion in SI and CI engines, engine performance calculations, componenets of gas
turbine.


(7) Reciprocating Air Compressor:

Isothermal, adiabatic and polytropic compr
ession, staging the compression process,
intercooling and aftercooling, minimum work requirement, volumentric efficiency. Centrifugal
and aial flow compressors.


(8) Refrigeration and air
-
conditioning:

Refrigerant compressros, expansion devices, condensers

and evaporators, properties of moist
air, psychrometric chart, basic psychrometric processes.




MANUFACTURING AND INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

(1) Engineering meterials:

Structure and properties of engineering materials and their applications, heat treatment.


(2) Metal casting:

Casting processes
-

pattern making, moulds and cores, solidification, design of casting, casting
defects.


(3) Metal working:

Stress
-
strain diagrams for ductile and brittle material, plastic deformation, machanisms,
fundamentals of hot a
nd cold working processes
-
forging, extrusion, wire drawing, hseet metal
working, punching, blanking, bending, deep drawing, coining and spinning.


(4) Machining Processes and Machine Tool Operation:

Mechanics of metal cutting, single and multipoint cutting

tools, geometry and machining
aspects, tool life, machinability, economics of machining, non
-

traditional machining
processes.


(5) Metrology and Inspection:

Limits, fits and tolerances, linear and angular measurements, comparators, gauge design
interfero
metry,form and finish measurement, measurement of screw threads, alignment and
testing methods.


(6) Tool Engineering:

Principles of work holding, design of jigs and fixtures, design of press working tools.


(7) Manufacturing Analysis:

Part
-
print analysis,

tolerance analysis in manufactureing and assembly, time and cost analysis.


(8) Computer Integrated Manufacturing:


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Basic concepts of CAD, CAM , Group technology.


(9) Work Study:

Method study, work measurement time study, work sampling, job evaluation, me
rit rating.


(10) Production planning and control:

Forecating models, aggregate production planning, master scheduling, materials requierments
planning.


(11) Inventory control:

Deterministic and probabilistic models, safety stock inventory control systems
.


(12) Operations Research:

Linear programming, simplex and duplex method, transportation, assignment, network flow
models, simple queuing models, PERT and CPM.






(III) MANAGEMENT




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(IV)

PHYSICS

1.

Mathematical Physics :


Linear
vector

space; matrices; vector calculus; linear differential equations; elements of
complex analysis; Laplace transforms, Fourier analysis
,
e
lementary ideas about Tensors.

2.

Classical Mechanics :

Conservat
ion laws; central forces, Kepler problem and planetary motion; collisions and
scattering in laboratory and centre of mass frames; m
echanics of system of particles; rigid

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body dynamics;
moment of inertia tensor
;
non

inertial frames and pseudo forces,
v
ariat
ional principle; Lagrange’s and Hamilton’s formalisms; equation of motion, cyclic
coordinates, Poisson bracket; periodic motion, small oscillations
, normal modes;
wave
equation and wave propagation
;

Lorentz transformations, relativistic kinematics, mass
-
en
ergy equivalence.

3.

Electromagnetic Theory :


Solution of electrostatic and magnetostatic problems
Laplace and Poisson equations;
conductors and dielectrics; boundary value problems;
Ampere’s

and Biot
-
Savart’s laws;
Faraday’s law;
Maxwell’s equations, Elect
romagnetic waves and their reflection,
refraction, interference, diffraction and polarization, dispersion relations in plasma;
Lorentz invariance of Maxwell’s equations; Transmission lines and wave guides;
Dynamics of charged particles in static

and unifor
m electromagnetic fields; radiation
from moving charges, Poynting vector, Poynting theorem, energy and momentum of
electromagnetic waves.

Special theory of relat
ivity;
Lorentz transformations, relativistic
kinematics, mass
-
energy equivalence.

4.

Quantum Mecha
nics :


Phys
ical basis of quantum mechanics;

Wave
-
particle duality; uncertainty principle;
Schrodinger equation; one, two and three dimensional potential problems; particle in a
box, harmonic oscillator, hydrogen atom; linear vectors and operators in Hilbe
rt space;
angular momentum and spin; addition of angular momenta,

Time
-
independent
perturb
ation theory and applications; v
ariational method; WKB

approximation; Time
dependent perturbation theory and Fermi's Golden Rule; Selection rules; Semi
-
classical
theo
ry of radiation; elementary scattering theory, phase shifts, partialwaves, Born
approximation; Identical particles, Pauli's exclusion principle, spin
-
statistics

connection,

Relativistic quantum mechanics: Klein Gordon and Dirac equations.

5.

Atomic and Molecu
lar Physics :

Spectra of one
-

and many
-
electron atoms; Stern
-
Gerlach experiment, LS and JJ coupling;
hyperfine structure; Zeeman and Stark effects; electric dipole transitions and selection
rules; rotational and vibrational spectra of diatomic molecules; e
lectronic
transition

in
diatomic molecules, Franck
-
Condon principle; Raman effect; NMR and ESR; Lasers
-
spontaneous and stimulated emission, optical pumping, population inversion, coherence
(temporal and spatial) simple description of Ruby laser, CO
2

and He
-
Ne Lasers, optical
fibers.

6.

Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics :


Laws of thermodynamics and their consequences; macrostates and microstates; phase
space; probability ensembles; partition function, free energy, calculation of
thermodynamic quantities;
classical and quantum statistics; degenerate Fermi gas; black
body radiation and Planck’s distribution law; Bose
-
Einstein condensation; first and
second order phase transitions, critical point, Random walk and Brownian motion;
Introduction to non
-
equilibri
um processes; Diffusion equation.

7.

Condensed Matter Physics
:



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Crystal classes and systems, 2d & 3d lattices, Bonding of common crystal structures, unit
cells, Miller indices, reciprocal lattice, diffraction methods for structure determination;
c
oncept of a
morphous, single and polycrystalline structures and their effe
ct on properties
of materials. c
rystal growth techniques, elastic properties of solids; defects in crystals;
lattice vibrations and thermal properties of solids;
free electron theory;
band theor
y of
solids
;
metals
, s
emiconductors and insulators; transport properties;
optical, dielectric and

magnetic properties of solids;
elements of superconductivity,

meissner effect, Type


1
and Type


2 super cond
uctions, BCS, paining mechanism,

nanomaterials
.

Dielectric properties
-

dielectrics ; p
olarization mechanisms, Clauslus


equation,
p
lezo,
p
yto and ferro


electricity.

Magnetism

in materials
-

dia and p
ara

magnetism
; exchange interactions, magnetic order,
ferro, anti


ferro and ferrimagnetism.

8.

Nuclea
r and Particle Physics:

Basic nuclear properties: size, shape, charge distribution, spin and parity;

Binding energy,
semi
-
empirical mass formula; Liquid d
rop model; Fission and fusion; n
ature

of the
nuclear force, form

of nucleon
-
nucleon potential; c
harge
-
independence and charge
-
symmetry of nuclear forc
es; Isospin; deuteron problem; e
vidence of shell structure,
single
-
particle shell model,

its validity and limitations; rotational spectra; e
lementary
ideas of

alpha, beta and gamma dec
ays and their selection
rules; n
uclear reactions,
reaction mechanisms, compoun
d nuclei and direct reactions; c
lassification of
fundamental forces;

e
lementary particles (quarks, baryons, mesons, leptons); Spin and
parity assignments, iso
-
spin, strangeness; Gell
-
Mann
-
Nishijima form
ula; C, P, and T
invariance and applications

of symmetry arguments to particle reactions, parity non
-
conservation in weak interaction;

Relativistic kinematics.

9.

Electronic
s:

Semiconductor devices, including diodes, junctions, transistors, field effect devic
es,
homo and hetero

junction devices, device structure, device characteristics, frequenc
y
dependence and applications; o
ptoelectronic devices, including solar cells,

photo
detectors, and LEDs;
h
igh
-
frequency devices, inclu
ding generators and detectors;
o
pe
rational ampl
ifiers and their applications; d
igital techniques and applications (
flip
-
flops
,

registers, counters, comparators and similar circuits);
basic digital
logic circuits,
A/D and D/A converters;
m
icroprocessor and microcontroller basics.

10.

Character
ization techniques
:

X
-
ray
diffraction
, scanning electron microscopy, differential scanning calorimetry.


(V)

ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONICS/INTRUMENTATION

GROUP
-
I :

POWER SYSTEM


Transmission line parameters: Representation of short, medium, and long transmiss
ion lines
-
ABCD Parameters , Circle Diagram, per Unit representation,3
-
Φ system, Short Circuit
Studies, Sequence Network, Load
-

Flow Studies
-
Gauss Seidel method, Newton
-

Raphson
Method, Automatic Generation Control, Load
-

Frequency Control, Automatic Vo
ltage
Regulator, Power system Stability
-

Equal area criteria, Swing Equation, Optimal Load

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Dispatch in Power System. Protection Schemes for Transformer, Generators and
Transmission Lines.


GROUP
-
II
.

POWER ELECTRONICS AND DRIVES



Characteristics and

ratings of different thyristor family devices, their turn on and off methods
with their protection, series and parallel connection of SCRs and their derating.

controlled single phase and three phase rectifiers for different types of load viz R,R
-
L,R
-
L
-
E
,
single phase and three phase voltage source and current source inverter, cycloconverter,
choppers, PWM techniques, Characteristics and principle of AC and DC Machines,
Methods of conventional controls and application of static controls and mic
roprocessor
based controls for AC and DC machines.


GROUPIII.

CONTROL AND INSTRUMENTION


Mathematical Molding of physical systems, Transfer function of linear systems. Steady state
errors and error constants , static coefficients Time domain analysis. S
tability of control
system. Routh
-

Hurwitz’s stability criterion. Root locus plots , analysis of control system by
root loci. Relationship between time and frequency response, Polar plot, Bode’s Plot. Nyquist
plot and Nyquist stability criterion. Relative
Stability. Phase and Gain Margins. Constant M
and N circle. Design of Feedback Controllers. Design of proportional, integral, Derivative,
PI, PID controllers of first, second order systems. Control loop with auxiliary feedback. Feed
forward control,
Practical Controller tuning tips. Ziegler
-
Nichol’s tuning methods.
Compensation design using Bode Diagram and Root Locus technique. Reshaping the Root
Locus. Cascade Lag, Lead and Lag
-
Lead compensators. State Variable concepts. State model
, State tr
ansition matrix, conversion of starte
-

variable modes to transfer functions,
conversion of transfer function to canonical state
-

variable models, solution of state equation,
concepts of controllability and absorbability ,stability improvement by state f
eedback,
Necessary and sufficient conditions for arbitrary pole placement, State regulator theory, design
of state observer Servo Design. Introduction of reference input by feed forward control. Recent
advances in control system design technologies.


Clas
sification of Instruments, Moving Iron, Moving Coil, Permanent magnet and
Dynamometer types. Thermal, Electrostatic Rectifier Instruments, transforms, CT, PT, Power
measuring instruments, power factor, frequency meters and synchroscope.

Measurement of low
, medium and high resistances AC and DC measuring bridges, Magnetic
measurement . General Transducers voltage, current phase angle, optical Hall effect and
industrial transducers Electronic voltmeters, Vacuum tube Voltmeter (VTVM) data acquisition
system
. Spectrum analyses, sensors measuring or sensing devising in different application,
Generalized performance characteristics of the measuring instruments. Physical and chemical
sensors, principle of working of physical and chemical sensors , interface ele
ctronics circuits
for instruments/ sensor for data manipulation , transmission and recording computer aided
measurement of voltage current power energy frequency phase angle. High voltage
measurement.


GROUP
-
IV. E
LECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION


Biasing a
nd bias stability of transistor and FET amplifiers single

and multistage. Differential
and operational feedback , and power frequency response of amplifiers. Simple op
-
amp
circuits. Filters Function generators and wave shaping circuits.555 Timers .Power
supplies.
Logic gates, digital IC families (DTL, TTL, ECL, MOS, CMOS) Combinatorial circuits.

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Arithmetic circuits, code converters, multiplexers, decoders . PROMs and PLAs Sequential
circuits. latches and flip
-
flops, counters and shift
-
registers. Sample a
nd hold circuits, ADCs,
DACs. Operational Amplifiers and other analog ICs. Semiconductor memories.
Microprocessor(8085) architecture, programming and I/O Interfacing.


Amplitude and angle modulation and demodulation systems, spectral analysis of these
ope
rations. Super heterodyne receivers. Signal to
-
noise ratio (SNR) calculations for amplitude
modulation (AM) and frequency modulation (FM) for low noise conditions. Fundamentals of
information theory and channel capacity theorem. Digital communication syst
ems/ Pulse code
modulation ( PCM) differential pulse code modulation (DPCM), digital modulation schemes.
Amplitude, phase and frequency shift keying schemes.(ASK,PSK,FSK) matched filter
receivers, bandwidth consideration and probability of error calcul
ations for these schemes.
Basics of TDMA, FDMA AND CDMA. and GSM.



14
.

PROCEDURE AND ADMISSION RULES
-

IMPORTANT
INFORMATION


14
.1

A merit list of the eligible candidates will be drawn on the basis of their valid GATE
score only (i.e. 100% weightage to GAT
E score and no weightage to qualifying degree
marks) as the seats will first be filled by GATE qualified candidates and the remaining
vacant seats, if any, shall be offered to other candidates on the basis of their marks or
CGPA in the qualifying examinati
on as mentioned in para 3 i.e. Eligibility for
Admission.


14
.2

Candidates who are finally selected for admission will be required to deposit two
attested photocopies of all the required certificates, alongwith Migration Certificate (in
original)
.


14
.3

Th
e
consolidates sealing

admissions as Sponsored
Candidates must have at least two
year experience service in relevant

fund .
The sponsored selected candidates will be
allowed to join the classes only on production of Relieving Certificate from the
sponsorin
g
University
/ Organization where he/ she is employed in the proforma
attached with the Application Form and on the proper letter head of the Company/
University

bearing reference No. and Date of issue.


14
.4

APPLICATIONS RECEIVED LATE DUE TO POSTAL/ COURIE
R DELAYS
OR OTHERWISE OR THOSE WHICH DO NOT FURNISH COMPLETE

36

PARTICULARS OR DO NOT ENCLOSE ALL THE DOCUMENTS
INDICATED IN THE APPLICATION FORM WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.


14
.5

The selected candidates will have to submit a “ No Objection/ Migration Certificate

within one month of the admission from the University from which qualifying
examination was cleared failing which the admission is liable to automatic cancellation.


14
.6

The decision of the Chairman, Admission Committee, in all matters relating to
admi
ssion shall be final.




15
.

SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION



Candidates seeking admission should submit application complete in all respects on the
prescribed form in their own handwriting and must also enclose attested copies of the
following:


(i)

University ce
rtificate showing the detailed marks in the qualifying examination on
the basis of which admission is being sought.

(ii)

Valid GATE Score Certificate.

(iii)

Character Certificate from the Head of Institution last attended.

(iv)

Matriculation/ Hr. Secondary Examination Cer
tificate as a proof of age.

(v)

Valid Certificate of SC/ST from the Competent Authority, in case admission is
sought against SC/ ST category.

(vi)

Medical Fitness Certificate from a Gazetted Medical Officer.

(vii)

Sponsorship Certificate/ Additional Certificate of sponso
rship/ No Objection
Certificate on format attach
ed

herewith in respect of candidates seeking
admission
against sponsored seats.


16
.

COUNSELLING AND ADMISSION


16
.1

Only those candidates who present themselves personally on the specified date and
time alo
ngwith the originals of all the documents will be considered for admission.

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Four Passport size photographs of 5 cm x 7cm will also be required at the time of
admission.

16
.2

The candidates admitted to M.Tech. Programme

and Ph.D. Programme

will be required
to deposit total annual tuition fee of Rs.
49,500
/
-

+ other charges approximately Rs.
5
980
/
-

(which includes University Fee and refundable security etc.) on the spot at the
time of admission.


Before accepting the admission, the candidate must also ensure
that he/ she fulfills the
minimum eligibility conditions as laid down herein and
to registered with

University for
admission to respective course.




17
.
SCHOLARSHIP FOR M.TECH. GATE QUALIFIED (AICTE

SCHEME) AND NON
-
GATE QUALIFIED CANDIDATES
(
UNIVERSITY

SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME)


a.

Scholarship of Rs.8000/
-
PM each may be awarded to the students who have
qualified the GATE and are pursuing a regular full time course of study of ME/
M.Tech. as sanctioned by Govt. of India from time to time. The norms of
AICTE will b
e followed for confirmation of Scholarship, as appended below:
-


i)


However, a GATE qualified student does not automatically become
eligible to receive a Scholarship. Scholarship to a GATE qualified student will
depend on availability of funds from All In
dia Council for Technical Education.
When the number of scholarships is less than the number of admitted GATE
qualified students, the distribution of scholarships shall be on merit.


b.

The
University

decided to introduce eight teaching
assistance ship

( i.e.

five for
general category candidates and 3 for SC/ ST candidates) in each M.Tech.
course @ Rs. 5000/
-
p.m. in respect of non GATE candidates to promote the
policy of “Earn while you
learn”, if

any of admitted non
-
GATE candidate is
willing to take teaching
assignment in the
University

and the teaching load is

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available in the respective department for distribution to such non
-
GATE
M.Tech candidates. The teaching assistance
-
ship may be awarded on merit of
the qualifying examination to those students who hav
e 65% or more marks in
the qualifying examination. If sufficient number of GATE scorers are available
in any of the above M.Tech.
Course
, then the teaching assistance
-
ship meant for
that course may be allowed to be granted to the students admitted in other

discipline of M.Tech. within the overall ceiling of 24 teaching assistance ship
i.e. 15 for general category candidates and 9 for SC/ ST candidates. Those
M.Tech. students who are given teaching assistance ship would be assigned
teaching work of 6
-
8 hour
s per week.


18.


BAN ON RAGGING:

As the students are aware, Govt. of India and State Govt. of Haryana have already banned
the ragging of newly admitted students in all the Professional Institutions. As per
instructions of the State Govt. stern disciplinary a
ction is to be taken against the students
indulging in ragging of the students, including expulsion from the
University

and
hostels/mess or fine with a public apology or withholding of scholarships or other benefits,
debarring from representation in events
, withholding results, and debarring from campus
recruitment/industrial training in view of involvement of some seniors students in ragging
of 1
st

year students in some of the Institutions in the previous years. Hon’ble Supreme
Court of India has directed
the concerned Institutions/Universities to take immediate steps
for the prevention of ragging in future. The violation of this law

(ban on ragging) is not
only punishable by a sum of Rs.25
, 000
/
-

but also by
rigorous

imprisonment of 3 years. In
order to
curb the ragging, the
Univers
i
ty

takes various steps such as helping the local
administration for keeping vigilance in the
University
, senior students are advised
individually and group to keep a watch on students indulging in ragging and cooperation of
th
eir parents is also sought explaining the aspects of punishment for violation of law of ban
on ragging, by deputing faculty members at different places in the
University

to check the
ragging during day and also
up to

midnight.

The following will be treated

as the act of ragging “any disorderly conduct whether by
words, spoken or written or by an act which has the effect of teasing, treaking or handling
with rudeness any other student(s), indulging in roudy or
undisciplined

activities which

causes or is lik
ely to cause annoyance, hardship or
psychological

harm or raise fear or
apprehension thereof in fresher or junior student(s) or asking the student(s) to do any act or

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perform something, which such student(s) will not do in the ordinary course and which has

the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame or embarrassment so as to adversely
effect the physique or psyche of a fresher or a junior student.

ANTI RAGGING FLYING SQUAD
:

S.NO.


NAME

Mobile/Phone No.s

1


Dr. Sandee
p Grover, Prof.(Mech)

0129
-
2242142

2


Dr.P.R.Sharma, A.P. (E)

981827724

3


Sh. Munish Vashisht, CHW

0129
-
4109490

4


Sh. Naresh Yadav,Workshop Supdt.

9810019057

5


Sh. Lakhwinder Singh Dy.CHW

0129
-
2242142

6


Dr.Anuradha Sharma, Warden

0129
-
2242142

7


Sh. R.P.Arya, Dy.Supdt.(Acd)

0129
-
2242142

8


Sh. Manmohan Kakkar, Warden

0129
-
2242142

9


Sh. Satpal Verma, Warden

0129
-
2242142


NOTE: The students are advised that in case any incident of ragging occurs in the



University

premise
s, they may contact the above Officers in emergency at



Their above Telephone/Mobile Nos.

List of self
-
styled Institutions/Universities which have been declared fake by the

University Grants Commission and other Government Bodies.


1.

Al
l India Board of Secondary Education, Delhi, Bhawan No.700, Gali No.17,



Gopalpur Village(Timarpur) P.O.Azadpur, Delhi
-
110009.

2.

Board of Audit Education and Training Office, 1 Aliganj (Kasturba Nagar)

Kotla Mubarakpur, New Delhi
-
110003.

3.

Central B
oard of Higher Education East Patel Nagar,New Delhi.

4.

Central Board of Higher Education, Uttam Nagar, New Delhi.

5.

Hindi Sahitya Sammelan, Prayag (Allahabad) U.P.

6.

Bombay Hindi Vidyapeeth, Bombay.

7.

Maharshi Valmiki National University, Delhi.

8.

Maithill University/Vishwavidalaya Darbhanga, Bihar.

9.

Takshila Kendriya Vishwavidhalaya, Uttam Nagar (New Delhi).

10.

Mahila Gram Vidapith/Vishwavidhala
ya (Women’s University) Paryag,
Allahabad(U.P).

11.

Varanaseya Sanskrit Vishwavidyalaya Varanasi (Utt
ar Pradesh).

12.

Commercial University Ltd., Darya Ganj, Delhi.

13.

Testator Research University Bodihaya Ranur(Tamil Nadu).

14.

Shree Narayan Open University, Quion (Kerala).

15.

Gandhi Hindu Vidyapeeth Prayad, Allahabad (U.P).

16.

National University of
Electro Complex Homeopathy Kanpur (U.P).

17.

University New Jerusalem Kathuparajmba Cannore(Kerala).

18.

Worls Social Work University, Perunguzhi (Kerala).

19.

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose University(Open University) Aligarh(U.P).

20.

Shrimati Mahadevi Verm
a Open University Mughal Sarai (U.P).

21.

D.D.S. Sanskrit University Putur, Trichi, Tamil Nadu.

22.

Amritsar University, Amritsar (Punjab).

23.

Arya University Srinagar (Jammu Kashmir).

24.

Bible University Ambur(North Arcot).

25.

Estern.Orthoddox Universi
ty Ambur (North Arcot).

26.

Blobe University of Science, Kumbaronam.

27.

St.John’s University Kizhanattam, Kerala.

28.

National University, Nagpur.

29.

Self Culture University, Kizhanattam.

30.

United Nationas University, Delhi.


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31.

Vocational Unidersity,

Delhi.

32.

Western University of Kapurthala.

33.

Uttar Pradesh Vishwavidyalya Rosi Kalan, Mathura (U.P).

34.

Maharana Pratap Shiksha Niketan Vishwavidhyalaya Pratapgarh(U.P).

35.

India Education Council of U.P. Lucknow (U.P)

36.

*Bhartiya Shiksha Parishad
(U.P) Open Vishwavidyalya Lucknow (U.P).

37.

Raja Arabia University, Nagpur.

38.

Urdu University, Moti Park, Bhopal.

39.

Vocational University Amritsar and DE.

40.

Uttar Pradesh Vishwavidyapeeth Kushikalan.

41.

Kesarwabu Vidyapity, Jabalpur (U.P).

42.

Delh
i Vishwa Vidyapeeth, 233 Tagore Park, Model Town, Delhi.

43.

Badaganvi Sarkar World Open University, Education Society, Gokak, Belgaum.

44.

ADR
-
Centric Juridical University, ADR House, 8J, Gopala Tower, 25 Rajendra

Place, Delhi.


*(It is not recognized by
the U.G.C. However, stay has been granted by Civil Judge

Hawalee(J.D), Lucknow. The issue regarding Fake University is in Court).


NOTE: The names of fake Universities/Boards will be considered as published by the


Concerned apex bodies on the

day of counseling.







SPONSORSHIP CERTIFICATE


Certified that Mr./Ms.______________________________________________________

S/o /
D/o Shri____________________________________________________________
_

working
as

_________________________________________
_____________________
_
in the
department

of______________________________________________________
_
_

from(date)_____________________________________is a permanent employee of this

department/organization. His/her name is hereby sponsored for 4
-
semester M.T
ech.

Degree
Course. He/She fulfils the minimum eligibility conditions laid down for admission to this
course. He/She will be relieved for the said course on the production

of Admission letter.

It is further certified that no enquiry is pending against hi
m/her and he/she will be relieved to
join the course, if selected. He/She will be absorbed in our
Organization
/

Deptt. After the

completion of the course.


Date______________





Signature of the sponsoring

No._______________





Authority with Stamp

__
______________________________________________________________________





NO OBJECTION CERTIFICATE


41

For Non
-
sponsored but in service candidates

Certified that Mr. / Ms._____________________________________________________

S/o /
D/o Shri____________________
________________________________________

working
as_______________________________________________________________

in the
department of_______________________________________________________

from(date)_____________________________________is a permanent emp
loyee of this

department / organization. We have no objection to his / her joining the M.Tech.

Degree

Course. Further he/she will be relieved from his/her services to join the course for the

period of
his/her study.


Date_____________






Signature of th
e

No._____________






Authority with stamp







ADDITIONAL CERTIFICATE IN CASE OF CANDIDATES

SPONSORED BY ORGANIZATIONS OTHER THAN TECHNICAL

EDUCATION, HARYANA / UNIVERSITIES / STATE GOVT. AND

GOVT. AIDED ENGINEERING COLLEGES


Name of Candidate_____
___________________________________________________

Status: Permanent/Temporary

_______________________________________________

Name of Sponsoring Organisation____________________________________________

Regn. No. under the India Companies Act,1956________
_________________________

Will the applicant be retaining lien? __________________________________________

PF A/c No. of the Applicant_________________________________________________

ESI Regn. No. of the Applicant__________________________________________
____

Certified that Mr. / Ms._______________________________________________will be

absorbed in our organization / Deptt. after completion of the course.


Date___________





Signature of the sponsoring

No.___________






Authority with stamp


42

_________
_______________________________________________________________


(Schedule Caste / Scheduled Tribe Certificate)


Certified that Mr./Ms.______________________________________________________

Son / Daughter of Shri____________________________________________
_________

_______________________________________________________________________

is a Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribe according to the notification of the Govt.


Place:____________





Date:_____________




(Signature with seal of Competent Auth
ority)








Date of Receipt____________





Form No.__________


APPLICATION FORM FOR ADMISSION TO

M.TECH. / Ph.D PROGRAMME IN

MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL/COMPUTER ENGINEERING
/
ELECTRONICS &
CO
M
MUNICATION ENGG.



1. ADMISSION APPLIED FOR M.Tech./Ph.D


(Tick

the relevant Course)


1.1 Specify the discipline / specialization for admission to M.Tech.Course

S.

No.

Discipline/Branch

Specialisation

1



2



3



4



5



6




43


1.2 Tick the relevant discipline for admission to Ph.D Programme under TRF Scheme

I)
C
OMPUTER ENGINEERING

/ COMPUTER NETWORKING / INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY

II)

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

III) ELECTRICAL



SPL

IN

ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
,
POWER SYSTEM &



DRIVES
, VLSI
TECH.

IV) ELECTRONICS & COM
M
UNICATION ENGG.


2. CATEGORY: GENERAL/SPONSO
RED/SC/ST

:_____________________________


(Please specify the category)


3. Name of Full(in block letters)



:_____________________________


4. Father’s Name(in block letters)



:_____________________________


5. Mother’s Name(in block letters)



:_____
________________________


6. Date of Birth





:_____________________________


7. Address for correspondence



:_____________________________


8. Details of Qualifying Examination passed:
-

Examination


with

discipline

Year

Marks

Obtained

Maximum

Marks

%a
ge of

Marks

Name of

College/

University




























9. Have you valid GATE score






Yes / No


(If yes,furnish the following details)


(Applicable to candidates seeking admission to M.Tech.Course)



Year


Roll N
o.


GATE Score











10. Have you taken admission in any other
University
/discipline on the


basis of above GATE? Yes/No if yes, give particulars.


11. Have you ever been disqualified or debarred from appearing in any examination


co
nducted by a University / Board?


Yes/No



University
____________________________________________________________


44



Year____________________ Discipline____________________________________



Roll No._________________ Amount of Scholarship dra
wn____________________


12. For Ph.D Candidates only:


12.1 List of Projects/Publications/Inventions/Patents(Use separate sheet also,if necessary)


12.2 Write a paragraph comprising of maximum 500 words as to why you want to do


research, your area

of research/interest and how your past experience, if any, is


relevant to the field(Presentation at the time of interview is necessary)


12.3 Employment Record:

Name of

Employer’s

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DECLARATION BY T
HE CANDIDATE


I hereby solemnly affirm that all the entries made in this form are correct. I further declare that
I
fulfil

the minimum eligibility conditions laid down for admission. In case of detection of any
false entry, especially in respect of degree
examination / experience / sponsoring certificate,
my admission may be treated as cancelled any time during the course of my study and I will no
claim what
-
so
-
ever.

I have noted carefully that in case my candidature is not registered by
this University

on
any
ground what
-
so
-
ever, my admission will be treated as cancelled automatically and I would
have no claim for admission in my M.Tech.

Course.













Signature of Applicant


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DECLARATION BY THE FATHER / GUARDIAN



I hereby certify that my son /
daughter / ward___________________________________

submits the application for admission to M.Tech./Ph.D with my knowledge and consent

and I hold myself responsible for his good conduct and for his maintenance and payment

of fees during the period he/she i
s on the
University

Rolls.




Date:___________






Signature of Father / Guardian




List of documents, which should be attached to the Application Form.


a) Attested

photo copy of certificate showing date of birth.


b) Attested photocopies of Mar
ks Sheets of qualifying degree examination.


c) Attested photocopies of qualifying Degree certificate/provisional certificate.


d) Attested photo copy of SC/ST Certificate

(if applicable).


e) No Objection Certificate / Sponsorship Certificate / Additional

Certificate in original


(if applicable)


f) Character Certificate from Head of Institution last attended.


g) Medical Fitness Certificate from a Gazetted Medical Officer.













FOR OFFICE USE ONLY




All the particulars of the below mentioned ca
ndidate have been checked and found to
be correct.











Dealing Asstt.


Dy.Supdt.(Acd)


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Name of Candidate

:_____________________________________________________


S/o / D/o Shri


:_____________________________________________________


M.Tech. Merit No
.

:_____________________________________________________


has deposited a sum of Rs.__________________________________________________


vide
University

Receipt No._____________________________Dated_________________
















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