Syllabus for Bachelor of Technology (Mechanical)
12th passed in Maths Group.
The duration of the course shall be Full time three academic years. Each academic year shall be divided into two semesters.
- The Credit allotted for each semester as follows:
Semester 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Total Credits 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 240
- The academic performance evaluation of a student is according to a letter grading system based on Continuous Internal Assessment (CIA) and Semester End Examinations (SEE).
- Based on the performance in CIA and SEE the letter grade is awarded to a student in a course. A student should secure minimum of 40% in CIA and 40% in SEE in Theory and Practical, including Project viva, if any and minimum of 40% in CIA and SEE together.
- The distribution of weightage among different parameters of CIA is as follows:
Parameter Frequency Weightage (in each course) Internal Test Two Duration 2 hours of each test.
Internal tests have 66.66% weightage in CIA score.
Unit test At least Three Duration may be from 40 to 50 minutes. Unit tests have 20% weightage in CIA score. Question paper shall include answer of descriptive nature. Questions should test analytical ability to analyze a scenario and apply theory for the solution. Any one from following parameters. Quiz At least Four Duration may be from 20 to 25 minutes. This parameter has 13.33% weightage in CIA score. It includes very short answer questions like MCQ, Fill in the blanks, Match the following, True/False, Program error and output, etc. Assignment At least Two This parameter has 13.33% weightage in CIA score. Assignment should test ability to validate statements, analyze a scenario and design solution, etc. Seminar/ Technical White Paper/ Projects/ Case Study One Presentation time must be from 20 to 25 minutes. This parameter has 13.33% weightage in CIA score.
- The student shall have at least 90% attendance during the semester so as to appear in the SEE.
- SEE would be of 3 hours for theory and 2 hours for practical.
- The Question paper format for SEE for a course would be as follows:
Section- I - 35 marks Question 1: a)Short Type Question (7) [Each of 1 mark]
b)Theory Questions (4 out of 6 )[Each of 2 marks]
Question 2: Practical/Scenario based Problem (2) with Internal Option
[Each of 5 marks]
10 marks Question 3: Theory Question (2 out of 3)
[Each of 5 marks]
10 marks Section: II - 35 marks Question 4: a)Short Type Question (7) [Each of 1 mark]
b)Theory Questions (4 out of 6 )[Each of 2 marks]
Question 5: Practical/Scenario based Problem (2) with Internal Option [Each of 5 marks] 10 marks Question 6: Theory Question (2 out of 3) [Each of 5 marks] 10 marks
- Question 1(a) and 4(a) includes very short answer questions whose answer can be given in one statement,which may also include to idenitify program error, find out program output etc.
- Question 2 and 5 includes question of short answer of 20-25 words based on the basic introductory facts, objectives, and functions to test the understanding of the subject matter. Further the question items may includes parameters like advantages, disadvantages, comparison, effectiveness, etc. of concepts.
- Question 3 and 6 include question of long answer of 150 words test the analytical ability to analyze a scenario and apply theory for the solution.
- The letter grade awarded to a student in a course shall be based on CIE and SEE.
The letter grades O A B C D E F indicate level of academic achievement assessed
on a 10 point scale.
Letter Grades: O A B C D E (Pass) F (Fail) Grade Points: 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 Raw Score: 90% and above Below 90% - 80% and above Below 80% - 70% and above Below 70% - 60% and above Below 60% - 50% and below Below 50% - 40% and above Below 40%
- The overall performance of a student will be indicated by two indices:
SGPA (Semester Grade Point Average) and CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average).
SGPA is calculated on the basis of course credit and grade point of all courses in that semester. CGPA is cumulative in nature.
Programme Outcome (PO) & Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO)
Programme Outcome (PO)
- PO 1: Engineering knowledge: An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
- PO 2: Problem analysis: An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems
- PO 3: Design/development of solutions: An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints
- PO 4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for solving engineering problems.
- PO 5: Modern tool usage: The broad education and understanding of new engineering techniques necessary to solve engineering problems.
- PO 6: The engineer and society: Achieve professional success with an understanding and appreciation of ethical behaviour, social responsibility, and diversity, both as individuals and in team environments.
- PO 7: Environment and sustainability: Articulate a comprehensive world view that integrates diverse approaches to sustainability.
- PO 8: Ethics: Identify and demonstrate knowledge of ethical values in non-classroom activities, such as service learning, internships, and field work.
- PO 9: Individual and team work: An ability to function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
- PO 10: Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give/receive clear instructions.
- PO 11: Project management and finance: An ability to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
- PO 12: Life-long learning: A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO)
After successful completion of programme graduate will able to:
- PSO 1:Apply their knowledge in the domain of engineering mechanics, thermal and fluid sciences to solve engineering problems utilizing advanced technology.
- PSO 2:Successfully apply the principles of design, analysis and implementation of mechanical systems/processes which have been learned as a part of the curriculum.
- PSO 3:Develop and implement new ideas on product design and development with the help of modern CAD/CAM tools, while ensuring best manufacturing practices.
- PSO 4: To enable the student to take-up career in industries or to pursue higher studies in mechanical and interdisciplinary programs with high regard for ethical values, environmental and social issues
- PSO 5: Engage professionally in industries or as an entrepreneur by applying manufacturing and management practices.