M.E./M.Tech. (Part

Time) Courses
(2005

2006)
ANNEXURE

A
GENERAL INFORMATION
AND INSTRUCTIONS
1.
All entries should be filled in by the candidate in English. Incomplete applications will be
rejected.
2.
SEPARATE APPLICATION
SHOULD BE SUBMITTED
FOR EACH COURSE FOR
WHICH
ADMISSION IS SOUGHT.
The
following courses are offered.
i.
M.E. Civil Engineering (CE)
ii)
M.E. Electronics & Communication Engg. (ECE)
iii)
M.E. Electrical Engineering (EE)
iv)
M.E. Mechanical Engineering (ME)
v)
M.Tech

Computer Science and Engg. (CSE)
3.
Each ap
plication must be accompanied by Registration fee in the form of a D.D for
Rs.500/

drawn in favour of “Convener, M.E. / M.Tech.
Admissions, 2005

2006, O.U”
payable at Hyderabad.
4.
i)
The application form duly filled in, should reach the Principal, Un
iversity
College of Engineering, Osmania University, Hyderabad

500 007 (A.P.), in
person or by post, on or before 4
th
June, 2005 (Saturday) by 5.00 p.m.
ii)
Last date for submission of filled in application in person only, with a late fee
of Rs. 200/

in cash, is 10
th
June, 2005 (Friday) by 5.00 p.m.
iii)
No application will be entertained thereafter either by post or in person.
iv)
The filled in application form dispatched through post is to be superscribed
"Application for Part Time P.G. Admission
in_________________________Course
2005

06”
5.
Lists of documents to be attached with application form : (Only attested true copies)
i)
Degree/Provisional Certificate B.E./B.Tech/AMIE/AMIETE.
ii)
Migration Certificate. (If applicable)
iii)
Valid Com
munity Certificate as per the A.P. Govt. Rules in force.
iv)
Service Certificate and permission letter from the employer.
v)
Date of Birth Certificate (S.S.C. or its equivalent)
vii)
Memorandum of Marks of the B.E. Examination/ M.Sc./M.C.A./AMIE/AMIETE
.
viii)
Conduct certificate issued by the Principal of the college concerned/Head of the
Department / Orgnization / Institution where working.
ix)
Income Certificate obtained on or after 01.04.2005, (if applicable).
6.
THE UNIVERSITY RESER
VES THE RIGHT TO CAN
CEL T
HE ADMISSION OF THE
CANDIDATE AT ANY STA
GE IF AND WHEN IT IS
DETECTED THAT THE AD
MISSION IS
AGAINST RULES OR IF
IT IS SUBSEQUENTLY F
OUND THAT ANY OF THE
STATEMENTS MADE IN T
HE APPLICATION ARE I
NCORRECT OR FALSE.
7.
AN ADMISSION COMMITT
EE DULY CONSTITUTED
BY THE UNIVERSITY SH
ALL
SCRUTINIZE ALL THE A
PPLICATIONS AND MAKE
ADMISSIONS AS PER RU
LES IN
FORCE AT THE TIME OF
ADMISSION. THE DECIS
ION OF THE ADMISSION
S
COMMITTEE IS FINAL A
ND BINDING IN ALL MA
TTERS RELATED TO THE
ADMISSIONS.
8
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREM
ENTS:
M.E./M.Tech. (Part

Time) Courses
(2005

2006)
For M.E./M.Tech (Part

Time) courses
–
6 Semester (3 years) in CE, CSE, ECE, EE and
ME
.
A.
Educational qualifications:
a)
B.E./B.Tech of Osmania University in the concerned discipline, or its
equivalent.
b)
AMIE/AMIETE or similar qualifications recognized
as equivalent to
B.E./B.Tech.
c)
For M.Tech (Computer Science and Engineering) Master’s Degree in Physics,
Statistics, Mathematics or Applied Mathematics, Applied Statistics, Applied
Physics, Geophysics, M.Sc (Comp. Sc.), M.Sc. (I.S.), Computer Applications,
Electronics or B.E./B.Tech. in any discipline/branch or its equivalent.
d)
For specialization in Systems and Signal Processing of M.E. (ECE) Course,
candidates with B.E. degree in Electrical and Electronics Engg., and B.E.
Degree in Bio

Medical Engg., of Osm
ania University or equivalent are also
eligible.
B.
Minimum of two years experience, as on 30
th
June 2005, reckoned from the
date of qualifying degree.
C.
Admissions to all courses will be based on the performance at the entrance test.
Candidates who secure a
minimum of 36% marks in the Entrance Test under
General and Backward Class category and 15% marks under the Scheduled
Caste/Scheduled Tribe Category will be considered for admission. In case of a tie
at the entrance test, date of birth will be considered a
nd the older candidate will
be considered for admission first.
9.
Syllabus & a sample model Question Paper for the Entrance Test in various
Disciplines/Branches is
made available on website:
www.uceou.edu
/pgadmn.html
. (See Annexure III)
10
.
Counselling for admission to all the courses in Engineering offered at University
College of Engineering conducted as per the schedule described in Annexure ‘B’ at
the main Building, University college of Engineering,
Osmania University,
Hyderabad.
a) Results of Entrance Test will be displayed on respective Department Notice Board on
30
th
June 2005 at 1600 hrs. It will also be made available on college
website:www.uceou.edu
11.
a)
Provisional admission
will be made only from among those who are eligible
and present on scheduled date and time as per the details given in
Annexure ‘ B’
Candidates have to present themselves on scheduled dates (See Annexure B)
with all the original certificates and th
e prescribed fee in cash, to be
considered for admission at scheduled time (See Annexure B)
Venue of Admission : Main Building, University College of Engineering,
Osmania University, Hyderabad.
Individual communication in this regard will not be sent.
b)
Provisional Admission and payment of fees by selected candidates will be on the
scheduled date & time (See Annexure B) only. Prescribed fee should be paid in cash
immediately. Non

payment of fees at the time of admission automatically results in
canc
ellation of the offer of admission.
c)
All Provisionally admitted candidates are required to register for the subjects in the
respective Departments, on 16

08

2005. Classes also commence from 16

08

2005.
M.E./M.Tech. (Part

Time) Courses
(2005

2006)
d)
The candidates are particularly advised to be
present at the venue of admission on
the scheduled day and time for admission and remain till admission process is
completed. If any candidate fails to respond to the call for admission formalities,
he/she forfeits claim for admission to the course.
12.
T
he Second Phase of admission, for all branches, will be held at 10.00 hrs. on
18
th
July, 2005, for seats falling vacant, if any.
Such of the eligible candidates desirous
of seeking admission have to present themselves by
10.00 hrs. on 18
th
July, 2
005
, failure
of which they shall not be considered for admission, Admission venue is Main Building,
University College of Engineering, Osmania University.
13.
Reservations for SC/ST/BC categories are made according to the A.P. Govt. rules in force.
14
.
P
art

Time students are not eligible for Scholarships.
15
Part

Time courses are self

supporting programmes.
16.
Part

Time programme in any specialization may not be offered if less than ten
candidates qualify and seek admission for it.
17.
M.E./M.Tech (Pa
rt

Time courses)
–
6 semester programme is offered only in the evening
(during 6.10 PM to 9.30 PM) for all courses.
18.
SOME GENERAL RULES R
EGARDING RESERVATION
S OF SEATS
a)
SC, ST & BC candidates who get seats by merit in General category will not be
c
ounted against the seats reserved for them and such candidates will go into the list
of general seats.
b)
If sufficient number of candidates are not available to fill up the seats reserved for
SCs they shall be filled up by the suitable candidates from
STs and vice

versa. If the
required number of candidates are not available for filling the quota of seats reserved
for SCs and STs they may be filled up by candidates from the general pool on the
basic of merit.
c)
While filling up the seats reserved for
backward class

A, the qualified backward
class

A candidates should be considered in the order of merit after filling up the
unreserved seats. If qualified backward class

A candidates are not available, the turn
will go to back ward class

B, backward class

C or backward class

D in the order of
merit in each group. If no suitable candidate is available in any of the four groups, the
seats shall be filled be filled up from general pool on the basis of merit.
d)
Wherever applicable, a minimum of 33.33% of th
e available seats in each post

graduate course will be allotted to women candidates from each category i.e., open
competition, ST/SC/BCs group A,B,C,D. This rule is not applicable (i) if women
candidates selected on merit in each category from 33.33% or mo
re of the seats
therein; and (ii) for seats under various supernumerary categories. In the absence of
suitable women candidates in the respective categories, these seats shall be filled in
with men candidates of the same category.
e)
Admissions under SC
and BC categories will be made as per the A.P. Govt. rules
and regulations in force at the time of admission.
19.
Details of the number of seats, including reservations under various categories, in various
courses for the different specialisations in eac
h branch of engg. for the academic year
2005

2006 are given in Annexure

II.
ANNEXURE

I
ADMISSION FOR ......
....................
....................
.........COURSE
M.E./M.Tech. (Part

Time) Courses
(2005

2006)
Serial No.
S.C.
District Code :
S.T.
Emblem
Mandal Code :
B.C.
Village Code :
Cert
ificate No :
COMMUNITY, NATIVITY
AND DATE OF BIRTH CE
RTIFICATE
1)
This is to certify that Sri/Smt/Kum _____________________________________________
Son/Daughter of Sri ______________________of village/Town___________________________
Mandal ___________
_______________ District_______________________________________
of the State of Andhra Pradesh belongs to ___________________________________________
community which is recognised as S.C/S.T./B.C. under :
The Constitution (Schedule Caste) Order, 1950
The Constitution (Schedule Tribes) Order, 1950
G.O. Ms.No. 1793, Education, Dated 25

9

1970, as amended form time (B.Cs) S.Cs., S.Ts,
list (Modification) Order, 1956, S.Cs and S.Ts (Amendment) Act, 1976.
2)
It is certified that Sri/Smt./Kum__________
_____________________________________
is a native of ______________________________________ Village/Town________________
Mandal _____________________________________ District of Andhra Pradesh.
3)
It is certified that the place of birth of Sri/Smt./Ku
m______________________________
______________________ Village/Town ___________________________________Mandal
_____________________________________ District of Andhra Pradesh.
4)
It is certified that the date of birth of Sri/Smt./Kum__________________
______________
Day ________________________ Month _____________________ Year ________________ _
( in words) _____________________________________ as per the declaration given by his/her
father/mother/guardi an are entered in the school records where h
e/she studied.
Signature
:
(Seal)
Date
:
Name in Capital letters :
Designation
:
Explanatory Note :
While mentioning the community, the Competent Authority must mention the sub

caste (in case of Scheduled Castes)
and sub

tribe or sub group (in cas
e of Scheduled Tribeds as listed out in the S.Cs., and S.Ts., (Amendment) Act 1976.
(Rev ised prof orma as per G.).Ms.No. 58 Social Welf are (J) Department, Dt 12

05

1997)
ANNEXURE
–
II
Reservation of Seats in various M.E. / M.Tech. Courses in
Engineering f
or the academic year 2005

2006
M.E./M.Tech. (Part

Time) Courses
(2005

2006)
University College of Engineering, O.U.
M.E./M.Tech. (Part

Time) Courses
Courses
Total
OC
SC
ST
BC
M.E. (Civil)
Structural Engg.
30
15
5
2
8
M.Tech (CSE)
Computer
Science & Engg.
30
15
5
2
8
M.E. (MECH)
Production E
ngg.
15
8
2
1
4
Automation &
Robotics
15
8
2
1
4
M.E. (EEE)
Industrial Drives
& Control
15
8
2
1
4
M.E. (ECE)
Microwave &
Radar Engg.
15
8
2
1
4
Digital Systems
15
8
2
1
4
Systems & Signal
Processing
15
8
2
1
4
M.E./M.Tech. (Part

Time) Courses
(2005

2006)
ANNEXURE

III
M.E./M.Tech. Admissions (2005

2006)
SYLLABUS FOR M.E. (C
IVIL) ENTRANCE TEST
1.
STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
a)
Strength of Materials: Stress
–
Strains
–
Shear forces and bending moment,
deflections, Torsion, Thin and thick cylinders, Fixed beams, Shear stresses.
b)
T
heory of Structures: Direct and bending stresses, Columns, Continuous beams,
Strain energy, Moving loads, Arches, Suspension bridges, Moment distribution
method, Slope deletion method, Graphic static.
c)
Concrete Structures: Analysis and design of beams, Colu
mns, Footings, Retaining
walls, Slab and T

Beam bridges.
d)
Steel Structures: Riveted joints, Columns, Trusses, Connections, Plastic analysis,
Design of plate and crane girder and lattice girder bridges, Bearings.
e)
Elements of prestressed concrete.
2.
GEOTECH
NICAL ENGINEERING
a)
Soil Mechanics: Physical properties of soils, Classification and Identification,
Permeability, Capillarity, Seepage, Compaction, Consolidation, Shear strength,
Earth pressures, Slope stability.
b)
Foundation Engineering: Stress distribution
in soils, Bearing capacity, Settlement
analysis, Pile foundations, Coffer dams, Caissons, Dewatering, Bracing for
excavations, Site investigation.
c)
Engineering Geology: Mineralogy, Structural Geology Groundwater Earthquake
Engineering, Tunnel, Dams and Rese
rvoirs.
3.
WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING
a)
Fluid Mechanics: Basic concepts, Fluid dynamics, Measurement of flow,
Compressible flow, Flow Through pipes, Open channel flow, Similarity, Hydraulic
machines
–
Turbines and pumps.
b)
Hydrology: Rainfall, Runoff, Floods
, Groundwater.
c)
Irrigation: Diversion Head Works, Canals, Corp water requirement, Soil agronomy,
Water management.
d)
Dam Engineering: Storage works, Dams, Surplus works, Energy dissipation, Earth
dam.
e)
Water Power: Development, Power House, Components.
4.
OTH
ER TOPICS:
General Engineering: Elements of Surveying: Leveling and theodolite survey, Building
Technology, Matrix Algebra, Integral Calculus.
Model Paper:
1.
The Question Paper consists of 100 multiple choice questions to be answered in 90
minutes.
2.
OMR An
swer Sheets will be supplied for answering the test.
Model Questions:
1.
Poison’s ratio for mild steel is about
(a) 0.2
(b) 0.3
(c) 0.4
(d) 0.5
2.
Maximum bending moment in a simply supported beam of span 6m and carrying a
UDL of 4 kN/m over its left
half span is equal to
(a) 10 kN m
(b) 12 kN m
(c) 8 kN m
(d) None of these
M.E./M.Tech. (Part

Time) Courses
(2005

2006)
M.E./M.Tech. Admissions (2005

2006)
SYLLABUS FOR M.E. (M
ECH.) ENTRANCE TEST
1.
Elements of Material Science
: Structure of Metal, Bonding in Solids, Imperfections of
Metals, Bond
ing in Solids, Imperfections in crystals, Fracturs, Creep, Fatigue corrosion.
2.
Engineering Metallurgy
: Structure of alloys, Manufacture of iron and steel, Heat
treatment of steels, Alloy steels, Properties and use of common non

ferrous metallurgy,
Weld abi
lity of metals, Materials used for various applications.
3.
Kinematics of Machines
: Velocity and acceleration of simple mechanisms with lower pairs,
Cam motions and profiles, Friction, Belt rope and chain drives, toothed gearing and gear
trains, Brakes and d
ynamometers.
4.
Dynamics of Machines
: Static and Dynamic force analysis, Flywheels, Gyroscopes,
Vibrations, Balancing, Governors.
5.
Design of Machine elements
: Design considerations, Design of joints, Shafts, Bearings,
Couplings, Belt drives, Gear drive, Powe
r Screws, Springs, Cranks, Connecting rod,
Piston, Eccentric, Cross head and flywheel.
6.
Basic Thermodynamics
: Thermodynamic system, Temperature, Work, Heat, First law of
thermodynamics, Ideal gas, Gas mixtures, Carnot Cycles, Reversed Carnot cycle, C.O.P.
Second law of Thermodynamics and their corollaries, Properties of pure substance, Air
standard cycles, psychrometry.
7.
Reciprocating Engines
: I.C.Engines, Classification, Working and performance of
I.C.Engines, Combustion problems in I.C.Engines rating of f
uels, Combustion chambers,
Reciprocating air compressors and steam refrigeration.
8.
Turbo machines and Compressors
: Flow through turbo machines, rotary blowers and
compressors, Flow though nozzles, Steam turbines, Gas turbines, Jet population.
9.
Heat Transf
er
: Conduction, Convection, Heat exchangers, Radiation, Condensation and
boiling.
10.
Hydraulic Machines
: Impact of jets, Turbines, centrifugal pumps, Reciprocating pumps,
Ram, Accumulator, Intensifier.
11.
Instrumentation
: Basic standards, Analysis of experimen
tal data, Resistance strain
guage, Measurement of displacement, Temperature, Flow force torque, Vibrations,
Acceleration, Pressure measuring transducers, Photo elastic stress

strain analysis.
12.
Industrial Management
: Industrial Organisation, Plant layout, M
aterial handling,
production Planning and Control, Materials, Management work studies, Inspections,
Quality Control, Cost analysis, Operations research.
13.
Foundry, Welding and Forging
: Pattern making, Moulding, Core making, Melting, Cleaning
and inspection,
Heat treatment.
14.
Metrology and Machine tools
: Standards of measurements, Limits, Fits, Gauges,
Measuring instruments, Semi

automatic lathes, Drilling, Shaping, Planning, Slotting,
Milling, Gear cutting, Broaching and grinding machines.
15.
Metal Cutting
: Phy
sical and thermal aspects of metal cutting, Tool wear and tool life,
Kinematics of machines tools, Micro finishing machines ECM, EDM, and USM, Plastics, NC
machines, Jigs and Fixtures.
Model Paper
:
Note:
1. The Entrance test paper consists of 100 multi
ple choice questions to be
answered in 90 minutes.
2.
OMR Answer sheets will be supplied for answering the test.
Ex:
1.
High carbon steel is used for the manufactures of
a)Solid drawntube
b) Angle iron
c) Boiler plates
d) Hammers
M.E./M.Tech. (Part

Time) Courses
(2005

2006)
M.E./M.Te
ch. Admissions (2005

2006)
SYLLABUS FOR M.E. (E
CE) ENTRANCE TEST
(A) BASIC ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS
1.
Differential and integral calculus Partial and total differentials. Composite functions.
2.
Systems of linear equations. Matrices and determinants, rank, Cr
ammer’s rule.
Eigenvalue and Eigen vectors.
3.
Differential equations. Homogeneous and non

homogeneous power series.
4.
Theory of complex variables. Cauchy

Rieman equations Cauchy’s residue theorem.
Singular points, Evaluation of residues.
5.
Vector products.
Gradient curve.
(B)
NETWORK ANALYSIS
Topological description of a network, KVL, KCL, Mesh and nodal analysis. First order and
second order circuits, RL, RC and RLC circuits. Forced and Natural response of network, Step,
Impulse and sinusoidal input
s. Transient and steady state response, Laplace transform
method of solution , Network theorems, Implications of linearity, Signal analysis, Two port
networks.
(C)
ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND CIRCUITS
Theory of semiconductors, P

n junction, BJT, JEET, MODFE
T characteristics , Basic amplifier
configurations, Biasing of BJT and JEET, Difference Amplifier, R

C coupled amplifier, Frequency
response, Feedback in amplifiers, Power amplifiers, Power rectification.
(D)
PULSE AND DIGITAL CIRCUITS
Linea
r wave shaping, Non

linear wave shaping, Sweep circuits, Multivibraters, Logic gates,
Boolean Algebra, Arithmatic circuits, TTL, MOS, CMOS, Flip

Flops, Counters, Shift Registers.
(E)
FEEDBACK CONTROL SYSTEMS
Types of systems, Steady state errors, System
modelling, Transfer Functions, Stability,
Frequency response Techniques, Root Locus Diagrams, Compensation, Control System
components, Signal flow graphs and block diagrams.
(F) ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY
Electro statics: gauss law, potential function, div
ergence theorem, coulombs law, poisson’s
equation, laplace equation, capacitance.
Static Magnetic field: Magnetic flux, Flux density, Ampere’s Law, Bilot Savart’s Law stokes
theorem, MMF, Vector potential.
Maxwell”s Equations: Time varying fields, Am
pere’s work law in differential form. Maxwell’s
equations in differential and Integral forms, Boundary conditions, Energy theorem. Poyinting
theorem.
Uniform Plane Waves: Wave equation, Solution to wave equation, Reflection, Refraction, Skin
effect.
M
ODEL question paper for M.E.(E.C.E) Entrance Test
Note:
The entrance test paper consists of 100 multiple choice questions to be answered in 90
minutes. OMR Answer sheets will be supplied for answering the test.
Example:
_
1. Simplified form of AB + ABC + ABC Is
_
_
a) A B b) ABC c) B d) ABC
2. Linearity is networks implies
a) Reciproxity b) Casualty
c) Superposition d) Tim
e invariance
M.E./M.Tech. (Part

Time) Courses
(2005

2006)
M.E./M.Tech. Admissions (2005

2006)
SYLLABUS FOR M.E. (E
E) ENTRANCE TEST
1.
Electrical Measurements and Instruments
: Principles of Electromechanical energy
conversion. Principles of Measurements and Instrumentation. Measurement of
inductance
, capacitance and resistance using bridge methods. Different types of
measuring instruments viz; Energy meters, Wattmeters, Potentia Meters and Instrument
transformers.
2.
Power Systems
: Transmission line Theory
–
Short, medium and long lines
–
Corona

Voltage control
–
Symmetrical and Unsymmetrical faults. Analysis
–
Symmetrical
components
–
Cause of over voltages
–
wave equation.
3.
Power Electronics and Power System Protection
: Thyristor operation
–
Ratings of
Thyristors
–
Thyristor protection
–
Trigg
ering Circuits
–
Converters, Choppers and cyclo
converters and their applications to speed control of ac and dc motors. Protective relays.
Classification of relays
–
over current protection for radial feeders and ring mains
–
Transformer and Generator pr
otection
–
Circuit breakers

types
–
Protection of
transmission lines against direct lightning strokes
–
ground wires
–
insulation conditions.
4.
Electrical Machines
: DC generators and motors
–
Characteristics and applications
–
Three
phase and single pha
se motors
–
Characteristics and applications
–
speed control of DC
and AC motors. Single

phase and three phase transformers
–
operation and
performance. Predetermination of performance

Parallel operation of Transformers and
Alternators. Determination
of regulation of Alternators.
5.
Microprocessors, IC Applications and Control Systems
: Architecture of 8085
Microprocessor
–
Instruction set
–
Types of Memory
–
Interrupt structure of 8085
–
Data
transfer schemes Basic operational amplifier characteristics
–
Frequency response of
Opamps, voltage follower waveform generation using Opamps
–
decoders, encoders,
multiplexers and demultiplexers. Time response of second order system, Nyquist
criterion of stability, state space representation of control system, ob
servability,
controllability and stability.
Note:
The entrance test consists of 100 multiple choice objective type questions to be
answered on the OMR answer sheets.
M.E./M.Tech. (Part

Time) Courses
(2005

2006)
M.Tech. Admissions (2005

2006)
SYLLABUS FOR M.T
ech
. (CSE) ENTRANCE TES
T
BAS
IC MATHEMATICS:
Mathematical Logic:
Prepositional Logic, First order Logic;
Probability: Random variables and expectations, Conditional probability, Independent random
variables, Distributions (Uniform, Normal, Exponential, Poisson, Binomial); Discrete
Mat
hematics: Sets, Relations, Functions, Groups Lattice, Boolean algebra, induction,
Recurrence relations; Combinatories: Permutations, Combinations, Counting, Summation;
Elementary Graph theory: Basic properties, Connectivity, covering and matching, planarit
y;
Elementary concepts of linear and matrix Algebra; Numerical methods: Classical Algorithms for
interpolation and root finding.
THEORY OF COMPUTATIO
N:
Formal languages and Automata Theory: Regular languages
and finite automata, context free Languages and
Push down automata, Recursively
enumerable sets and Turing machines, Un

decidability; analysis of Algorithms and
computational Complexity: Asymptotic analysis (best, worst, Average case) of time and space,
upper and lower bounds on the complexity of speci
fic problems, NP
–
completeness.
COMPUTER HARDWARE:
Digital Logic:
Logic functions, Minimization, Design and
synthesis of Combinational and Sequential circuits; Number representation and Computer
Arithmetic (fixed and floating point); Computer organizatio
n : Machine instructions and
addressing modes, ALU and Data
–
path, hardwired and micro
–
programmed control, Memory
interface, I/O interface (interrupt and DMA mode), Serial Communication interface, Instruction
pipelining, Cache, Main and secondary storage.
SOFTWARE SYSTEMS:
Data structures : Notion of abstract data types, Stack, Queue, List,
Set, String, Tree, Binary search tree, Heap, Graph; Programming methodology: C
programming, Program control (iteration, recursion, functions), Scope, Binding, Paramet
er
passing, Elementary concepts of Object oriented, Functional and Logic programming;
Algorithms for problem solving: Tree and graph traversals, Connected components, Spanning
trees, Shortest paths; Hashing, Sorting, Searching; Design techniques (Greedy, D
ynamic
Programming, Divide

and

Conquer); Compiler Design; Lexical Analysis, Parsing, Syntax
directed translation, Runtime environment, Code Generation, Linking (Static and dynamic );
Operating systems: Classical concepts (concurrency, synchronization, D
ead lock), Processes,
threads and inter

process communication, CPU scheduling, Memory management, File
systems, I/O Systems, Protection and security.
Databases : Relational model (ER
–
Model, relational algebra, tuple calculus ),Database design
(Integrity c
onstraints, normal forms), Query languages (SQL), File structures (sequential files,
indexing, B
+
trees ), Transactions and concurrency control; Computer Networks: ISO/OSI
stack, sliding window protocol, LAN Technologies(Ethernet, Token ring), TCP/UDP,IP
Basic
concepts of switches, gateways and routers.
Entrance Test Model Questions
Note:
The entrance test paper consists of 100 multiple choice questions to be answered in 90
minutes on OMR answer sheet.
1.
If a set A has n elements, then the number of bi
jective functions from A to A are
a. n
b. n
2
c. 2
n
d. n!
2.
In two Phase locking, how many number of different locks are used
a. 2
b.3
c.4
d.5
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