Table
3
: Third Semester,
2
nd
Year
MA301 Mathematics III
Theory: 100 marks
Sessional: 50 marks
Time: 3 hrs
Unit I: Linear Algebra
40 Marks
Some special type of matrices like Symmetric and skew

Symmetric, Hermitian and skew

Hermitian,
Idempotent,
Nilpotent, Involuntary, Orthogonal, Unitary and their properties.
Triangular and Echelon form.
Pivote elements, Trace, Differentiation and Integration of
matrices. Inverse of a matrix. Theorems on
inverse, elementary operations and
elementary matrices, equ
ivalent matrices, computation of inverse by
elementary
transformation. Reduction of matrices to triangular form and normal form. Inverse by
partitioning. Rank of a matrix, evaluation of rank, theorems on rank.
Vector spaces and subspaces, linear
independen
ce, basis and dimension, row space,
column space, null space, left null space, row rank,
column rank, equality of row and
rank of a matrix.
Solution of a system of non

homogenous linear
equations, solution of system of
homogenous linear equations. Consiste
ncy of a system of linear
equations.
Orthogonality, inner products, orthogonal vectors, orthogonal matrices, Gram

Schmidt
Orthogonalization.
Unit 2: Statistics
40 Marks
Probability, probability distributions and characteristics. Dispersion, skewness and
kurtosis, random
experiments and sample space. Definition of probability. Laws of
probability, Baye’s theorem, random
variables. Probability distributions of a distcrete
random variable, Mean and Variance of a discrete
random variable. Probability
distribu
tion of a continuous random variable. Expectation and moments.
Binomial
distribution, Poisson’s distribution and Normal distribution.
Elementary sampling theory.
Sampling with and without replacement. Sampling
distribution of mean proportion, sum and diffe
rence.
Central limit theorem.
Statistical estimate theory. Biased and un

biased estimates, efficient estimate, point
and
interval estimates. Confidence limits for the estimates of mean, proportion, difference and sum.
Statistical decision theory. Statistic
al hypothesis. Null hypothesis. Test of significance involving normal
distribution.
Unit 3: Laplace

Transformation
20 Marks
Laplace transformation of elementary functions, inverse Laplace transform, Linearity,
Laplace transform
of derivatives and integral
s, shifting Theorems, Laplace transform of
unit step function, Dirac

delta
function, Differentiation and integration of transforms,
convolution, Application to differential equations.
Texts/References:
1. Advanced Engg. Maths, E. Kreyszig. Wiley Eastern Lt
d.
2. Advanced Engg. Maths, Peter V. O. Neil. Thomson Books.
3. A Text Book on Engg. Maths, Bali, Tyenger. Laxmi Publishers.
4. Higher Engg. Maths, B.S. Grewal. Khanna Publishers.
5. Linear Algebra and it’s Applications, Gilbert Strang. Thomson Books.
6. Linear Algebra, K. H. Hoffmaan. Prantice Hall.
7. Probability, Statistics & Queuing Theory, P. Kandasamy, K. Thilagavathi & K.
Gunavathi. S. Chand.
8. Introduction to Probability & Statics, P. L. Meyer. Addison

Wesley.
EE 345 Electrical Engineering Mat
erials
Theory: 100
Sessional: 50
Time: 3 hours
1.
Structure of solids
Crystalline state of solids, systems and classes, Unit cell and space lattice, BCC, DC
structure, Bragg’s
Law, Miller indices, Crystal imperfections, Grain b
oundaries
2.
Dielectrics
(i)Propert
ies of static field: Static dielectric constant , polarization , dielectric constant of
monoatomic
gases and polyatomic molecules, internal fields in solids and liquids, ferro
electric materials, spontaneous
polarization, piezo electricity.
(ii) Properties
in alternating fields: Frequency dependence of
electronic
,
ionic,
polarizability, complex dielectric constant, dielectric loss, dipolar relaxation, break down
in
dielectrics. General properties of common dieletrics( Electrical, Mechanical, Chemical
and
Thermal).
Gaseous dielectrics, liquid insulating materials, solid insulating materials,
films.
3.
Magnetic properties of materials
Magnetization, Origin of permanent magnetic dipole movement, classification of
magnetic materials, Dia,
para, ferro, antiferro
and ferri magnetism, magnetic anisotropy,
magnetostriction soft and hard magnetic
materials for electrical applications.
4.
Conductors
Electron gas model of a metal , Relaxation time, collision time, mean free path, electron
scattering and
resistivity, heati
ng effect of current, thermal conductivity,
superconductivity, electrical conducting
materials(Cu, Al) and their application.
Mechanical properties like corrosion, solid crability, contact
resistance.
5.
Semiconductor
Density of carriers and intrinsic semicon
ductor and in N

type and P

type semiconductor,
conductivity, Hall
effect, drift and diffusion current, Einstein Relation.
Books:
Electrical engineering material by Dekker A. J(PHI)
A course in Electrical engineering material by Seth and Gupta
ET 363 Netw
ork Theory

I
Theory: 100
Sessional: 50
Time: 3 hours
1.
Ohm’s law and Kirchoff’s laws
Application of the laws to circuit analysis; Mesh and Nodal method for formulation of
network equations; Matrix
methods of solving loop and node equations.
2.
Sinusoidal
Voltages and Currents
Representation in frequency domain; The phasor concept; Impedance, Admittance and
their phasor diagram, Steady
state response.
3.
Network Theorems
Star and Delta conversion, Thevenin’s and Norton’s Theorem, Superposition and
Maximum powe
r transfer
Theorem, Compensation Theorem, Reciprocity Theorem,
Telegan’s Theorem.
4.
Fourier Analysis of Periodic Waveforms
Trigonometric and exponential series, Line spectrum, Analysis of common waveforms,
Symmetry, R.M.S. value.
5.
Two port Network
General pr
inciples; Z,Y and hybrid parameters, ABCD parameters, Network in tandem.
6.
Transient Phenomena
Forcing functions

impulse, step and ramp waveforms, solution of simple circuits using
Laplace Theorem.
7.
Coupled Circuits
Resonance

Series and parallel; Q facto
r; Analytical procedure for solving coupled
circuits, Mutual Inductance, Co
efficient of coupling; single tuned and double tuned
circuits, Effects of over coupling and selectivity curves; Ideal
transformer.
Texts
M Nahvi, Joseph Edminister, K Rao
, Electric Circuits, Schaum's Series, 2005,Tata McGraw Hill,
Van Valkenburg, Network Analysis, 2007, PHI
William Hayt,Jack Kemmerly,Steven Durbin, Engineering Circuits Analysis, 2005
CS 372 Advanced Computing
Theory: 100
Sessional: 50
Time: 3 hours
1.
Concepts of Pointers
Pointer types

their uses

dynamic memory allocation techniques

garbage collection

singly linked list

generic
pointers.
2.
Files
Files, opening

closing reading and writing

File attributes, File management
3.
Basics of Object Orient
ed Programming(OOP)
Introduction to OOP

difference between OOP and procedure oriented programming
–
Classes, Objects and
Methods
–
Overview of Inheritance and Polymorphism.
4.
Object Oriented Design
Trends in software design

Notation of objects

Hybrid
design method

Separation of
responsibilities
–
Responsibility driven design

design phases and tools

step by step
design
–
Grady Booch approach
.
5.
Data abstraction
Class definition
–
Control access to other functions
–
Different types of constructors
–
Des
tructors
–
Objects and
classes
–
Dynamic creations and destructions of objects.
6.
Inheritance
Derived classes
–
Syntax of derived classes
–
access to the base class
–
overloading
inherited member functions
–
Multiple inheritance
–
Virtual base class virtual
function
and Polymorphism: Static and dynamic bindings
–
Virtual
functions.
7.
Polymorphism
Overloading functions and operators

Run time polymorphism
–
Overloading new and
delete operators
.
8.
Generic classes in C++/JAVA
Necessities of templates
–
Generic class
using Macros
–
Class templates
–
Function
templates
–
Advance templates.
Exception Handing in C++.
Benefits of exception handling
–
Troubles with standard C functions(setjmp amd long
jmp)
–
Proposed Exception handling mechanism for C++.
Text Books and Ref
erences:
Object Oriented Programming by Barkataki, PHI
Object Oriented Programming with C++ by E. Balaguruswamy, TMH.
Object Oriented Programming in Turbo C++ by R. Lafore, Galgotia, New
Delhi
Object Oriented Analysis and Design with applications by Grady
Booch,
Benjamin/Cummings Publishing.
T
hinking in C

including Object Oriented Programming with C++ by P.B.
Mahapatra, Wheeler Publishing
EEE 301
Electronic Devices & Circuits
Theory: 100 marks
Sessional: 50 marks
Lab: 50 marks
Time: 3 hrs
Energy bands; semiconductors; charge carriers: electrons and holes, effective mass, doping. Carrier concentration:
Fermi level, temperature dependence of carrier concentration. Drift and diffusion of carriers: excess carriers;
recombination and life time,
Five equations of carrier transport. p

n Junction: depletion region, forward and reverse

bias, depletion and diffusion capacitances, switching characteristics; breakdown mechanisms; SPICE model. BJT:
carrier distribution; current gain, transit time, second
ary effects; SPICE model. Metal

semiconductor junctions:
rectifying and ohmic contacts. MOSFET: MOS capacitor; Cv

Iv characteristics; threshold voltage; SPICE model.
Single stage amplifiers: CE

CB

CC and CG

CD

CS modes of operation, large signal transfer c
haracteristics of BJT
and MOSFET,
Different types of biasing for BJT and MOSFET, Small signal parameters, Body effect in MOSFET, Parasitic
elements, frequency response of CE and CS amplifiers.
Analog ICs: DAC, ADC, VCO, PLL and 555

timer.
Texts:
Ben G. Streetman, Solid State Electronic Devices, PHI, 5/e, 2001
R. F. Pierret, Semiconductor Device Fundamentals, PHI, 2006
P. R. Gray, Paul Hurst, S.H. Lewis and R. G. Meyer, Analysis and Design of Analog Integrated Circuit,
John Wiley, 2001.
Referenc
es:
S. Sedra and K. C. Smith, Microelectronic Circuits, Oxford University Press, 1997.
M. S. Tyagi, Introduction to Semiconductor Materials and Devices, John Wiley & Sons Inc, 1991.
Michael Shur, Introduction to Electronic Devices, John Wiley & Sons Inc.
, 2000
R. T. Howe and C. G. Sodini, Microelectronics: An Integrated Approach, Prentice

Hall Inc. 1997.
J. Singh, Semiconductor Devices

Basic Principles; John Wiley & Sons Inc., 2001
EEE302
Digital Circuits
Theory: 100 marks
Sessional: 50 marks
Lab:
50 marks
Time: 3 hrs
1.
Number System and Codes
Positional number systems

decimal, binary, octal and hexadecimal. Number base
conversion. Representation of
negative binary numbers. Codes

BCD, Gray, ASCII
extended BCD.
2.
Boolean algebra and logic circuits
Ax
ioms and basic theorems of Boolean algebra. Truth table, logic functions and their
realization. Logic gates,
standard representation (canonical forms) of logic functions

SOP and POS forms. Min terms and max terms.
3.
Simplification of logic functions
Karnau
gh map of 2, 3 and 4 variables. Simplification by algebra and by map method.
Function simplification for
don't care conditions, SOP, POS realization; conversion to NAND

NAND or NOR

NOR logic
4.
Digital logic families:
TTL, MOS, ECL,interfacing between logic
families;
5.
Combinational circuits:
Multiplexer/ demultiplexer, encoder/ decoder, adder/ subtractor, comparator and parity generators; Design using
multiplexers and decoders; Full Adder, Ripple carry adder;
6.
Sequential circuits
Latches and flip

flops (RS,
JK, D, T, and Master Slave); Registers; Counters: ripple, ring, and shift register counters;
Design and analysis of synchronous sequential finite state machine; Programmable logic
devices;
Texts
:
RP Jain, Modern Digital Electronics, Tata McGraw Hill,
2003
C. H. Roth Jr., “Fundamentals of Logic Design”, 4/e, Jaico Publishers, 2002.
M. Morris Mano, Michael D. Ciletti, Digital Design, Pearson Education(singapore) Pte. Ltd
.
References
:
M. D. Ercegovac, T. Lang, and J.H. Moreno, “Introduction to Digital
Systems”, John Wiley, 2000.
J. F. Wakerly, “Digital Design
–
principles and practices”, 4/e, Pearson Education; 2006.
Z. Kohavi, “Switching and Finite Automata Theory”, 2/e, Tata McGraw

Hill, 2008.
V. P. Nelson, H. T. Nagle, B. D. Carroll & J. D. Irwin, “D
igital Logic Circuit Analysis and Design”,
Prentice

Hall,
1995.
E
T363
L
NWT Th

I lab
Basic
Matlab
/ Octave Programming
1.
General Purpose Commands
Operators and Special Characters, Commands for Managing a Session (), Special Variables and
Constants , System
and File Commands
2.
Input/Output and Formatting Commands
Input/Output Commands , Format Codes for fprintf and fscanf , Numeric Display Formats
3.
Vector, Matrix and Array Commands
Array Commands, Special Matrices, Matrix Arithmetic, Matrix
Commands for Solving Linear Equations, Cell Array
Functions, Structure Functions
4.
Plotting Commands
Basic xy Plotting Commands, Plot Enhancement Commands, Specialized Plot Commands, Colors, Symbols and
Line Types, Three

Dimensional Plotting Commands, Histo
gram Functions
5.
Programming
Logical and Relational Operators, Program Flow Control, Logical Functions,M

Files, Timing
6.
Mathematical Functions
Exponential and Logarithmic Functions, Trigonometric Functions, Hyperbolic Functions, Complex Functions,
Statistic
al Functions, Random Number Functions, Numeric Functions, String Functions
7.
Symbolic Math Toolbox
Functions for Creating and Evaluating Symbolic Expressions
8.
Spectrum plot
Basic concept of sampling, sine wave generation and its plot in terms of samples and
its spectrum generation and
plot
PSPICE or equivalent
Design of various transient circuits and their Bode plots etc on PSPICE. Basic circuit analysis in PSPICE
CS 372L
A
dvanced
C
omputing
Lab
Programming in C/C++ as per theory syllabus
EEE301L
Electronic Devices & Circuit Lab
Experiments using diodes and bipolar junction transistor (BJT): design and analysis of half

wave and full

wave
rectifiers, clipping circuits and Zener regulators, BJT characteristics and BJT amplifiers; experiments using
operational amplifiers (op

amps): summing amplifier, comparator, precision rectifier, astable and monostable
multivibrators and oscillators;
Experiments using BJTs, FETs, op

amps and other integrated circuits: Multistage amplifiers, automatic gain
contro
lled amplifiers, programmable gain amplifiers; frequency response of amplifiers; voltage regulator with short
circuit protection; phase locked loop; waveform generators; filters.
Text/References:
A. P. Malvino, Electronic Principles, Tata McGraw

Hill,
2007.
R. A. Gayakwad, Op

amps and Linear Integrated Circuits, Prentice Hall India, 2004
P. Horowitz and W. Hill, The Art of Electronics, Cambridge University Press, 2002
.
EEE302L
Digital Circuits Lab
Combinational Logic design using decoders and multiple
xers; design of arithmetic circuits using adder ICs; Flip flop
circuit (RS latch, JK & master slave) using basic gates; Asynchronous Counters, Johnson & Ring counters; 555
timer based clocks and function generation; Synchronous counters; Sequential Circuit
designs (sequence detector
circuit), DAC circuit;
Text/References:
Niklaus Wirth, Digital Circuit Design: An Introductory Textbook, Springer, 1995.
D. P Leach, A. P. Malvino and G. Saha, Digital Principles and Applications, 2/e, Tata McGraw

Hill, 2006
TTL IC Data Sheets (
www.datasheetarchive.com/
).
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