Thursday, 11 August 2011

syllabi of B.E. MBA Integrated (Electrical & Electronics) for 3rd to 6th Semesters for academic session 2010-11 of punjab university, chandigarh

BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING + MBA (ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS)
III SEMESTER
Ref No. Subject SCHEDULE OF
TEACHING
SCHEME OF EXAMINATION
THEORY PRACTICAL
L T P Total Paper Hrs. Sess. Total Sess. Vivavoce
Total
AS 301 Engineering
Mathematics-III
3 1 - 4 100 3 50 150 - - -
EC311 Semiconductor
Devices
3 1 - 4 100 3 50 150 - - -
EC361 Semiconductor
Devices Lab
- - 2 2 - - - - 60 40 100
EE311 Linear Circuit
Analysis
3 1 - 4 100 3 50 150 - - -
EE361 Linear Circuit
Analysis Lab
- - 2 2 - - - 60 40 100

CS311 Object Oriented
Programming and
Data Structures
3 1 - 4 100 3 50 150 - - -
CS361 Object Oriented
Programming and
Data Structures
Lab
- - 2 2 - - - - 60 40 100
EE312 Electric
Machinery-I
3 1 - 4 100 3 50 150 - - -
EE362 Electric Machinery
–I Lab
- - 3 3 - - - - 60 40 100
IBM-301 Organizational
Behavior
3 1 - 4 100 3 50 150 - - -
WS-357 Vocational
Training after
Second Semester
- - - - - - - - 50 - 50
Total 18 6 9 33 600 - 300 900 290 160 450
AS 301
Engineering Mathematics – III
L T P
3 1 0
External: 100
Sessional: 50
Course Duration: 45 lectures of one hour each.
Note for the paper setter: Total of 8 questions may be set covering the whole syllabus. Candidate will be required
to attempt any 5 questions.
Part - A
Sequences and Series: Sequences, Limits of sequences, Infinite series, series of positive terms, Integral test,
Comparison test, Ratio test, Root test. Alternating series, Absolute and Conditional Convergence, Leibnitz test.
Power series: radius of convergence of power series, Taylor’s and Maclaurin’s Series, Formulae for remainder term
in Taylor and Maclaurin series, Error estimates. (Scope as in Chapter 8, Sections 8.1 – 8.10 of Reference 2).
(8 Lectures)
Linear Algebra: Concept of linear independence and dependence, Rank of a matrix: Row – Echelon form,
elimination method. Inverse of a matrix: Gauss – Jordan elimination method (Scope as in Chapter 6, Sections 6.3 –
6.5, 6.7 of Reference 1).
(7 Lectures)
Eigen values, eigen vectors, Cayley – Hamilton theorem (statement only). Similarity of matrices, Basis
ofeigenvectors, diagonalization
(Scope as in Chapter 7, Sections 7.1, 7.5 of Reference 1). (7 Lectures)
Part - B
Complex Functions: Definition of a Complex Function, Concept of continuity and differentiability of a complex
function, Cauchy – Riemann equations, necessary and sufficient conditions for differentiability (Statement only).
Study of complex functions: Exponential function, Trigonometric functions, Hyperbolic
functions, real and imaginary part of trigonometric and hyperbolic functions, Logarithmic functions of a complex
variable, complex exponents (Scope as in Chapter 12, Sections 12.3 – 12.4, 12.6 – 12.8 of Reference 1).
(8Lectures)
Laurent Series of function of complex variable, Singularities and Zeros, Residues at simple poles and Residue at a pole of any
order, Residue Theorem (Statement only) and its simple applications (Scope as in Chapter 15, Sections 15.1 – 15.3 of Reference
1).
(7Lectures)
Conformal Mappings, Linear Fractional Transformations (Scope as in Chapter 12, Sections 12.5, 12.9 of Reference 1).
(8 Lectures)
References:
1. E. Kreyszig. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Eighth Edition, John Wiley.
2. G. B. Thomas, R. L. Finney: Calculus, Ninth Edition, Pearson Education.
3. Michael D. Greenberg. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Second Edition, Pearson Education.
4. R. V. Churchill, J. W. Brown. Complex Variables and Applications, Sixth Edition, McGraw-Hill,
Singapore, 1996.
5. Vivek Sahai, Vikas Bist. Linear Algebra, Second Edition, Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi, 2002.
EC - 311
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES
L T P
3 1 0
External: 100
Sessional: 50
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus. Candidate will be
required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from Part A and two from Part B.
Part-A
1. Transistor characteristics : (10)
Junction transistor, transistor current components ,current gain, transistor as an amplifier, common emitter,
common base, common collector configurations, Input & output characteristics in CE,CB & CC configurations,
photo transistor & its characteristics, unijunction transistor &its characteristics.
2. Transistor at low frequencies : (08)
Graphical analysis of CE configuration two port devices and hybrid model, h-parameters, comparison of
amplifier configurations. of circuits
3. Transistor biasing and Thermal stabilization : (08)
Concept of biasing &biasing of BJT circuits, Operating point, bias stability, stabilization against variation in
Ico, Vbe, and β, thermal run away, thermal stability.
Part-B
4. Field Effect transistor : (09)
Junction field effect transistor , JFET characteristics, pinch off voltage and equivalent circuit ,
MOSFETS their modes of operation and characteristics, equivalent circuit , biasing of FETS.
5. Power amplifiers : (10)
Classification of amplifiers, Class A large signal amplifier, second and higher harmonic distortion,
transformer coupled amplifiers, Efficiency of amplifiers, Push pull amplifiers (class A & class B).
Books Recommended:
Integrated Electronics Millman & Halkias (Mc-Graw Hill)2006, 2nd edition 2007
Microelectronic Circuits AS Sedra & KC Smith (OXFORD) 5th edition
Electronics Devices & Circuit Theory RL Boylestead & L Nashelsky (PHI) 9th edition
Electronic Circuit Analysis & Design Donald A. Neamen (TMH) 3rd edition
EC - 361
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES LAB
L T P
0 0 2
External: 40
Sessional: 60
Note: At least eight experiments to be done.
1.. To study the specification sheet & draw the characteristics of transistor in CB or CE configuration.
2.. To study the specification sheet & draw the characteristics of FET in CD or CC configuration.
3.. To draw the frequency response of a single stage BJT amplifier.
4.. To measure the voltage and current gain of a BJT amplifier.
5.. To measure the distortion in the output of a push pull amplifier.
To simulate the following using P-spice
1. Frequency Response of a single state FET amplifier.
2. Voltage and current gain of BJT amplifier.
3. Distortion of a push pull power amplifier.
EE- 311
Linear Circuit Analysis
L T P
3 1 0
External: 100
Sessional: 50
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus. Candidate will be
required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from Part A and two from Part B.
PART-A
1. Systematic Analysis Methods for Circuits with Independent and Controlled Sources
Independent and controlled sources, circuits with controlled sources, linearity and superposition, Thevnin and
Norton networks.
Nodal Analysis: Node voltages, matrix node equations, floating voltage sources
Mesh Analysis : Mesh currents, matrix mesh equations, interior current sources.
Applications of systematic analysis methods for analysis of ac circuits including unbalanced three phase
circuits.
[Carlson:1.2, 2.3-2.5, 4.1-4.4, 6.3, 6.5, 7.4] (10-hours)
2. Fourier Series Analysis
Periodic Waveforms and Fourier Series: Periodic waveforms, trigonometric Fourier
series, exponential Fourier series, waveform symmetry.
Spectral Analysis of Periodic Waveforms: Line spectra, time and frequency relations, differentiation and
integration.
Spectral Circuit Analysis: Periodic steady state response. [Carlson:12.1-12.3] (7-hours)
3. Two-Port Networks
Two-Ports and Impedance Parameters: Two-port concepts, impedance parameters, Reciprocal networks.
Admittance, Hybrid and Transmission Parameters: Admittance parameters, hybrid parameters, transmission
parameters, parameter conversion.
Circuit Analysis with Two-Ports: Terminated two-ports, interconnected two-ports
[Carlson:14.1-14.3] (6-hours)
PART-B
4. Network Functions and s- Domain Analysis
Complex Frequency and Generalized Impedance: Complex frequency, generalized impedance and admittance,
impedance analysis
Network Functions: Network functions and circuit equations, network functions and impedance analysis.
Network Functions with mutual Inductance.
s-Domain Analysis: Poles and zeros, forced response and s-plane vectors, natural response and stability.
[Carlson:10.1-10.4] (8-hours)
5. Laplace Transform Analysis
Solution of circuit differential equations using Laplace transform.
Transform Inversion: Partial fraction expansion, complex poles, repeated poles, time delay, initial and final
values.
Transform Circuit Analysis: Zero-state response, natural response and forced response, zero input response,
complete response.
Transform analysis with mutual Inductance.
Impulses and Convolution: Impulses, transforms with impulses, convolution and impulse response.
[Carlson:13.1-13.5] (10-hours)
Text Book
1. A. Bruce Carlson, ‘Circuits’, 3rd edition, Thomson-Brooks/Cole, 2002.
Other Recommended Books
1. W.H. Hayt, J.E. Kimmerely, and S. M. Durbin, ‘Engineering Circuit Analysis’, 6th edition, McGrawHill,
2002.
2. R.A. DeCarlo and P.M. Lin, ‘Linear Circuit Analysis’, 2nd edition, Oxford, 2001.
3. Charles K. Alexander, Mathew N. O. Sadiku, ‘Fundamentals of Electric Circuits, 2nd edition, McGrawHill,
2004.
,
EE-361
Linear Circuit Analysis Lab
L T P
0 0 2
External: 40
Sessional: 60
1. To make 3-phase unbalanced network with neutral return of known impedance. Measure phase currents,
neutral currents and the potential difference between the load and supply neutral. Verify the results
theoretically.
2. To determine phase sequence of three phase supply system and to find the line currents for three phase
three wire load when the sequence is i) RYB ii) RBY. Verify the results theoretically.
3. To study the current build up and current decay in RL / RC circuit by obtaining its response to a square
wave input.
4. To check the polarity marking of a transformer and to determine self inductance of each winding and
mutual inductance between the windings.
5. To study the resonance in R-L-C circuit, and to measure Q-factor of the coil.
6. To find the various two port network parameters (open circuit, short circuit, transmission and hybrid
parameters)
7. For a circuit supplied from a non-sinusoidal source verify the following current and voltage relations:
V2 =V2
dc+ V2
1 + V2
2+…….
I2 =I2
dc+ I2
1 + I2
2+…….
8. To analyze a complex waveform.
9. To obtain capacitor voltage vs. time curve and time constant of an RC circuit when
i) It is switched on to dc supply
ii) Capacitor is discharged through the resistance
10. PSpice simulationof circuits to obtain steady state response for dc and ac excitation
11. PSpice simulation for transient response of circuits
12. PSpice simulation of unbalanced three phase circuits and for circuits with mutual inductance
CS-311
OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING AND DATA STRUCTURES
L T P
3 1 0
External: 100
Sessional: 50
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus. Candidate will be
required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from Part A and two from Part B.
Part-A
Introduction to Object Oriented Methodology: (10)
Object Oriented Programming, Analysis, Class and Objects, Abstraction, Encapsulation Inheritance, Derived
classes, types of inheritance, various types of classes, virtual functions and polymorphism, Overloading, Overriding,
OOP using C++ : (12)
Classes declaration and Memory Allocation, array of objects, Constructors and destructors, Pointers, Inheritance in
C++, Polymorphism, operator & function overloading and type conversion, Overriding, Abstract Classes, I/O
Streams, Templates, Generic Programming.
Part-B
Container Classes: (13)
Introduction to Arrays, Vectors, Stacks, Queues, Linked Lists and their different types, Trees, B-Trees, Heaps,
Binary search Tree using Container Classes.
Algorithms: (10)
Complexity, Insertion sort; Selection sort; Merging; Merge sort; Radix sort; Sequential & Binary Search; Indexed
Search; Hashing schemes;
Text Book:
C++ Programming Language By Bjarne Stroustrup, Third Edition, Pearson Publications.
Other Recommended Books:
Object Oriented Programming in Microsoft C++ by Robert Lafore, 4th edition by Galgotia publications, 2005
C++ Primer, 3rd edition by Lippman, Pearson Publications.
Data Structures and Standard Template Library 2nd edition By Williams Collins, Tata Mcgraw Hill publications,
2003
Schaum’s Outline of Data Structures with C++ 1st edition By John R Hubbard, Tata Mcgraw Hill publications, 2000
CS-361
OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING
AND DATA STRUCTURES LAB
L T P
0 0 2
External: 40
Sessional: 60
Programming exercises related to functions, classes, dynamic memory allocation, pointers, constructors, destructors,
operator overloading, inheritance, virtual functions, polymorphism, I/O files, arrays, stacks, queues, prefix, infix,
postfix notations, linked list, two way and circular link list, insertion, deletion, searching, sorting of data in link list,
linked stacks and queues, trees representation, insertion, deletion and searching in trees, heap sort, binary and other
types of trees, various searching and sorting algorithms and other topics related to theory portion.
EE- 312
ELECTRIC MACHINERY-I
L T P
3 1 0
External: 100
Sessional: 50
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus. Candidate will be
required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from Part A and two from Part B.
Part-A
1. Transformers
Construction of transformer, Ideal transformer: Transformer polarity, Transformer ratings, Non-ideal
transformer: Winding resistances, Leakage fluxes, Finite permeability, Phasor diagram, Equivalent circuit,
Voltage regulation, Maximum efficiency criterion, Determination of transformer parameters: Open circuit
and short circuit tests, Per unit computations, Autotransformer, Three-phase transformer: Y/Y, Delta/delta,
Y/delta, Delta/Y connections, Analysis of three-phase transformer. Constant current transformers,
Instrument Transformers: Current transformer, Potential transformer. [Guru-Hiziroglu: 4.1-4.12].
(10
hours)
2. Direct Current Machines
Generators: Mechanical construction, Armature windings, Induced emf equation, Developed torque,
Magnetization characteristics, Theory of commutation, Armature reaction, Types of d.c. generators,
Voltage regulation, Losses, Separately excited, shunt, series and compound generators and characteristics,
Maximum efficiency criterion.
Motors: Operation, Speed regulation, Losses, Series, shunt and compound motors, methods of speed
control, Ward Leonard method, Braking or Reversing d.c. motors. [Guru-Hiziroglu: 5.1-6.11]
(10 hours)
Part-B
3. Polyphase Induction Machines
Induction Motor: Construction, Principle of operation, Equivalent circuit, Power relations, Speed torque
characteristics. Maximum power criterion, Maximum torque criterion and maximum efficiency criterion,
Blocked rotor test, No-load test, Load test. Starting of induction motor, Rotor impedance transformation,
Speed Control Methods: Frequency control, Changing stator poles, Rotor resistance control, Stator voltage
control, Injecting an EMF in the rotor circuit..[Guru-Hiziroglu:9.1-9.14]
Induction Generator: Motor to generator transition, Induction generator starting and operation with other
three phase sources, Isolated generator operation and voltage build up. [Hubert : 5.18]
(15 hours)
4. Single Phase Induction Motors
Double revolving field theory, Analysis of single phase induction motor and speed torque characteristics,
Split Phase, Capacitor start, Capacitor start capacitor run motor, Permanent split capacitor motor, Shaded
pole motor, Testing of single phase induction motor: No load and block rotor tests. [Guru-Hiziroglu:10.1-
10.4, 10.6-10.7]
(8 hours)
Text book:
1. B.S.Guru and H.R. Hiziroglu, ’Electric Machinery and Transformers’, 3rd edition, Oxford, 2001.
2. Charles I. Hubert, ‘Electric Machines’, 2nd edition, Pearson, 2002.
Other Recommended Books:
1. A.E. Fitzgerald, C. Kingsley & D. S. Umans, ‘Electric Machinery’, 6th edition, McGraw-Hill, 2003.
2. S. Ghosh, ‘Electrical Machines’, 1st edition, Pearson, 2005.
3. P.S. Bimbhra, ‘Electrical Machinery’, 4th edition Khanna Publishers.
EE- 362
ELECTRIC MACHINERY-I LAB
L T P
0 0 3
External: 40
Sessional: 60
Note: At least eight experiments to be done.
1. Open circuit and short circuit test of single phase/ three phase transformer and obtain its equivalent
circuit.
2. Parallel operation of two single phase transformers.
3. Back-to-back test on two single phase transformers.
4. Different winding connections of three phase two winding transformer and to identify proper
combination for parallel operation.
5. Parallel operation of two three phase transformers.
6. Performance characteristic of a given dc shunt machine.
7. Performance characteristic of a given dc series machine.
8. Efficiency at different loads of the given dc shunt machine through swinburne / load test.
9. Speed control characteristics of a given dc shunt motor by (i) Armature control (ii) Field control.
10. No load and blocked rotor test on a three phase induction motor and to obtain its Equivalent circuit
11. Torque speed characteristics of three phase induction motor.
Organization Behavior
IBM 301
L T P
3 1 0
External: 100
Sessional: 50
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus. Candidate will be
required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from Part-A and two from Part-B.
Part A
Introduction to Organization Behavior [10]
Definition and meaning of OB, impact of other sciences (Anthropology, Sociology, Psychology) on OB,
perception, self esteem, attitude & personality, meaning of culture, impact of technology on OB.
Motivation, Learning & Leadership [13]
Meaning of Motivation , Content theories of motivation (Maslows Hierarchy of needs ,Herzberg’s two factor theory
), Process theories ( Vroom’s Expectancy theory, Porter-Lawler Model ), Motivation applied (Job design , job
rotation ,goal setting , MBO ), various methods of motivating employees, Behavioral & Cognitive theories of
learning, Leadership theories (Trait theory, Fiedler’s Contingency theory ,Path –Goal leadership theory), Leadership
styles (Blake & Mouton managerial grid, Hersey & Blanchard’s life cycle approach )
Part B
Group behavior: [10]
Group Dynamics, conflict, power & politics ,Group behavior, types of groups ,group decision making , conflict in
organizations and reason, interpersonal conflict, inter group conflict , meaning of power , classification of power ,
politics in organizations
Organization environment & Communication [12]
Authority & responsibility ,delegation and division of work , quality of work life , communication process, modes of
communication in organization and barriers to communication, formal & informal communication,
Recommended Books:
1. Organization Behavior – Stephen .P.Robbins , Prentice Hall of India, 13th edition.
2. Organization Behavior- Fred Luthans, Tata McGraw Hill, 10th edition 2004.
BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING + MBA (ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS)
IV SEMESTER
Ref No. Subject SCHEDULE OF
TEACHING
SCHEME OF EXAMINATION
THEORY PRACTICAL
L T P Total Paper Hrs. Sess. Total Sess. Vivavoce
Total
AS406 Numerical
Analysis
3 1 - 4 100 3 50 150 - - -
IBM-401 Management of IT 3 1 - 4 100 3 50 150 - - -
EE411 Power Systems-I 3 1 - 4 100 3 50 150 - - -
EE461 Power Systems-I
Lab
- - 2 2 - - - - 50 25 75
EC411 Analog Electronics 3 1 - 4 100 3 50 150 - - -
EC461 Analog Electronics
Lab
- - 2 2 - - - - 50 25 75
EC412 Theory of
Electromagnetics
& Antennas
3 1 - 4 100 3 50 150 - - -
EC413 Digital Electronics 3 1 - 4 100 3 50 150 - - -
EC463 Digital Electronics
Lab
- - 2 2 - - - - 50 25 75
EE400 General Fitness - - - - - - - - 50 - 50
Total 18 6 6 30 600 - 300 900 200 75 275
1
AS 406
Numerical Analysis
L T P
3 1 0
External: 100
Sessional: 50
Note for the paper setter: Total of 8 questions may be set covering the whole syllabus. Candidate will be
required to attempt any 5 questions.
Part - A
Error analysis: Relative error, Absolute error, Round-off error, Truncation error, significant digits and
numerical instability. (Scope as in Section 1.3, Chapter 1 of Reference 1).
(4 Lectures)
Transcendental and polynomial equations: Bisection method, Iteration Method based on first degree
equation: Secant method, Regula-falsi method and Newton – Raphson methods, Rate of convergence of
Secant method, Regula-Falsi method and Newton-Raphson Method. Bairestow’s method to find quadratic
factor of a polynomial (Scope as in corresponding topics in Section 2.3, 2.5, 2.9 of Chapter 2 of Reference
1)
(8 Lectures)
Interpolation: Polynomial interpolation: Finite differences, Lagrange and Newton interpolation, inverse
interpolation, Hermite interpolation (Scope as in corresponding topics in Section 4.1-4.3, 4.5 of Chapter 4
of Reference 1)
(10 Lectures)
Part - B
Solution of Linear Systems: Gauss elimination method, Gauss-Seidel method, Cholesky’s Decomposition.
Matrix inversion: Gauss-Jordan method. Eigenvalue problem: Bounds on Eigenvalues (Gerschgorin and
Brauer theorems), Householder’s method for symmetric matrices, Power method (Scope as in
corresponding topics in Section 3.2, 3.4, 3.6, 3.9, 3.11 of Chapter 3 of Reference 1).
(10 Lectures)
Numerical Integration: Trapezoidal Rule, Simpson’s 1/3 and 1/8 rule, Romberg integration, Newton –
Coates formulae (Scope as in corresponding topics in Section 5.7, 5.8 of Chapter 5 of Reference 1).
(5 Lectures)
Numerical solutions of ordinary differential equations: Taylor’s series, Euler and Runge – Kutta
methods. Finite difference methods for boundary value problems (Scope as in corresponding topics in
Section 6.4 of Chapter 6 of Reference 1).
(5 Lectures)
Functional approximation: Chebyshev polynomials, Economization of power series, Least square
approximation (Scope as in corresponding topics in Section 4.9 of Chapter 4 of Reference 1).
(3Lectures)
References:
1. M. K. Jain, S. R. K. Iyenger, R. K. Jain. Numerical Methods for Scientific and Engineering
Computation, Fourth edition New Age International Publishers, New Delhi 2004.
2. S. S. Sastry. Introduction Methods of Numerical Analysis Fourth Edition, Prentice Hall of India,
New Delhi, 2005.
3. V. Rajaraman. Computer Oriented Numerical Methods Third Edition, Prentice Hall of India, New
Delhi, 1980.
4. James B. Scarborough. Numerical Mathematical Analysis
5. C. F. Gerald, P. O. Wheatley. Applied Numerical Analysis, Sixth Edition, Pearson Education,
Delhi, 2002.
2
Management of Information Technology
IBM 401
L T P
3 1 0
External: 100
Sessional:50
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus. Candidate
will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from Part-A and two from
Part-B.
Part A
Information Technology (IT) [8]
IT and society, IT infrastructure in India vis-à-vis developed nations (Telecommunication , Internet reach,
PC, Broadband ,Mobile Phones ), IT applications in Healthcare & Education , meaning of E-Readiness and
E-participation index as defined by United Nations, areas where growth is expected in future.
System Investigation & Analysis , Networking [8]
System Analysis & Design , Symbols used in modeling a business process , Networking concepts, Ethernet
,IP addressing, Functioning of Routers, Bridges, hubs and switches in a network, Telecommunication
(GSM, CDMA , Wireless and other new technologies)
Internet & Intranet [7]
Functioning of Internet, Encryption & Digital signatures, Firewalls, Fraud on the Internet ,Virus , Hacking
& Denial of Service attacks, Intellectual Property Protection on the Internet, Intranet & security
Part B
E-Commerce & E-Governance [12]
E-Commerce models , Intermediaries in E-Commerce, E-Governance in India ,study of successful EGovernance
models like E-Choupal ,E-Payments (E-Cash, E-Wallets) and major players in the area, Online
Shopping, Revenue models for Online Shopping Portals, Web Auctions like EBay, dealing with E-Waste.
Knowledge Management & Business Intelligence [10]
Meaning of Knowledge Management, Designing a Knowledge Management System, Nature & Scope of
Business Intelligence, Software for Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing and Data Mining techniques.
Recommended Books:
1. Data warehousing fundamentals – Paulraj Ponniah, John Wiley, 2nd edition.
2. E-Governance : A comprehensive framework , D.N.Gupta, New Century Publications, July 2008.
3 Business Data Communications & Networking, Jerry FitzGerald , Alan Dennis, John Wiley, 6th edition.
4 Applied Data Communication:A Business-Oriented Approach, , James E.Goldman, John Wiley, 4th
edition 2004.
5.Information Technology for Management : Improving Performance in the Digital Economy , Efraim
Turban , Linda Volonino , John Wiley,2009.
3
EE- 411
POWER SYSTEMS-I
L T P
3 1 0
External: 100
Sessional:50
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus. Candidate
will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from Part A and two from
Part B.
Part-A
1. Introduction
Introduction to Power System, Representation of power system components, One line diagram and
impedance diagram, Per unit system, Complex power. (4-hours)
2. Transmission-Line Parameters
Resistance, Conductance, Inductance: Solid Cylindrical Conductor, Inductance: Single-Phase Two-Wire Line
and Three-Phase Three-Wire Line with Equal Phase Spacing, Composite Conductors, Unequal Phase
Spacing, Bundled Conductors, Series Impedances: Three-Phase Line with Neutral Conductors and Earth
Return,
Electric Field and Voltage: Solid Cylindrical Conductor
Capacitance: Single-Phase Two-Wire Line and Three-Phase Three-Wire Line with Equal Phase Spacing,
Stranded Conductors, Unequal Phase Spacing, Bundled Conductors
Shunt Admittances: Lines with Neutral Conductors and Earth Return
Electric Field Strength at Conductor Surfaces and at Ground Level
Parallel Circuit Three-Phase Lines
[Glover-Sarma: 4.1-4.13] (10-hours)
3. Transmission Lines: Steady-State Operation
Medium and Short Line Approximations, Transmission-Line Differential Equations, Equivalent [pi] Circuit,
Lossless Lines, Maximum Power Flow, Line Loadability, Reactive Compensation Techniques.
[Glover-Sarma: 5.1-5.7] (8-hours)
Part-B
4. Symmetrical Faults
Three-Phase Short Circuit--Unloaded Synchronous Machine, Power System Three-Phase Short Circuits, Bus
Impedance Matrix and its formation.
[Glover-Sarma: 7.1-7.5] (8-hours)
5. Symmetrical Components
Definition of Symmetrical Components, Sequence Networks of Impedance Loads, Sequence Networks of
Series Impedances, Sequence Networks of Three-Phase Lines, Sequence Networks of Rotating Machines,
Per-Unit Sequence Models of Three-Phase Two-Winding Transformers, Per-Unit Sequence Models of Three-
Phase Three-Winding Transformers, Power in Sequence Networks
[Glover-Sarma: 8.1-8.8] (6-hours)
6. Unsymmetrical Faults
System Representation, Single Line-to-Ground Fault, Line-to-Line Fault, Double Line-to-Ground Fault,
Sequence Bus Impedance Matrices, Computer method of fault calculations.
[Glover-Sarma: 9.1-9.5] (8-hours)
Text Book
1. J. D. Glover, M. S. Sarma, ‘Power System Analysis and Design’, 4th edition 2007 Thomson-Brooks/Cole
2002.
2. D.P. Kothari and I.J. Nagrath, ‘Modern Power System Analysis’,3rd Edition,TMH,2003.
Other Recommended Books
1. D. Das, ‘Electric Power Systems’, 1st edition.New Age International, 2006.
2. A.R. Bergen and V.Vittal, ‘Power System Analysis’, Second Edition, Pearson, 2000.
EE- 461
POWER SYSTEMS-I LAB
L T P
0 0 2
External: 25
Sessional:50
Design/analysis projects relating to the following.
1. Determination of line parameters and sequence impedances of transmission lines.
2. Line loadability.
3. Steady state operation of transmission lines.
4. Symmetrical and Unsymmetrical power system faults.
4
EC- 411
ANALOG ELECTRONICS
L T P
3 1 0
External: 100
Sessional:50
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus. Candidate
will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from Part A and two from
Part B.
Part-A
Response of transistor Amplifier (09)
Review Biasing, classification of amplifier , distortion in amplifiers , frequency & phase response of an
amplifier, RC coupled amplifier , its low and high frequency responses, transistor model at high
frequencies for CE and Emitter follower configuration, high frequency response of two cascaded CE
transistor stages
Feedback and Stability (8)
Introduction to feedback, Basic-Feedback Concepts, Ideal Feedback Topologies,
Voltage(Series-Shunt) Amplifiers, Current(Series-Shunt) Amplifiers,
Transconductance(Series-Series) Amplifiers, Transresistance(Shunt-Shunt) Amplifiers,
Operational Amplifier (08)
Differential Amplifier, Block diagram representation of a typical Op-amp, Interpreting of a typical set of
data sheets, ideal op-amp, equivalent circuit. of op-amp, ideal voltage transfer curve, open loop op-amp
configuration, the practical op-amp, input offset voltage, input bias current, input offset current, total
output offset voltage, thermal drift, noise, common mode configuration, CMRR,. Frequency Response,
Frequency response of internally compensated Op-Amps, Frequency response of Non-compensated OPAmps,
Open loop voltage gain as a function of frequency, Closed loop frequency response, Slew rate
Part-B
Op-amp Applications (10)
DC and AC Amplifiers, summing, Voltage–to-current converter, current to voltage converter, the
Integrator, the Differentiator, Comparator, Zero-crossing detector, Voltage to frequency and frequency to
voltage converters, Clippers and Clampers, Sample and Hold Circuit, Instrumentation Amplifier
.
Active Filter ,Oscillators & Tuned Amplifiers (10)
Active filters, Essentials of Oscillator, Types of Oscillator, Sinusoidal Oscillator, Schmitt Trigger Circuits,
Introduction of Tuned Amplifiers, Single & Double Tuned Amplifiers
Book recommended
1 Electronics Circuit Analysis and Design by Donald A. Neamen, 3rd edition,Tata McGraw Hill
2 Op-Amps and Liner integrated Circuits by Ramakant A. Gayakward, 4th edition,
Pearson Education Asia Low price Edition
3 Integrated electronics by Millman & Halkias 2001, TMH
4 Operational Amplifiers by B B Brey.
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EC - 461
ANALOG ELECTRONICS LAB
L T P
0 0 2
External: 25
Sessional:50
Note: At least eight experiments to be done.
1 To study the Pspice Simulation software
2 Design fabrication & testing of Differentiator Circuits using Op-Amp & simulate using P-spice
3 Design fabrication & testing of Integrator Circuits using Op-Amp & simulate using P-spice
4 Design fabrication & testing of adder/Subtractor Circuits using Op-Amp & simulate using Pspice
5 Design fabrication & testing of Clippers and Clampers Circuits using Op-Amp & simulate using
P-spice
6 Design fabrication & testing of Universal Active filter & simulate using P-spice
7 To study the frequency response of OP-Amp & simulate using P-spice
8 To design Butter worth Low pass filter & simulate using P-spice
9 To design Butter worth High pass filter & simulate using P-spice
10 To design Butter worth Band pass filter & simulate using P-spice
11 To design Monostable & Free running Multivibrator using 555
6
EC - 412
THEORY OF ELECTROMAGNETICS AND ANTENNAS
L T P
3 1 0
External: 100
Sessional:50
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus. Candidate
will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from Part A and two from
Part B.
Part-A
1. Maxwell’s equation:
Review of Maxwell’s equations in their integral and differential forms,
Maxwell’s equations in free space and in harmonically varying fields. Physical Interpretation
(03)
2. Plane waves in Dielectric and Conducting Media:
Conductors and Dielectrics, Wave equations in conducting and dielectric media its solution, Skin
effect, relaxation time, impedance of the conducting medium. Reflection and transmission of the
wave at a boundary. Pointing Vector application to energy radiation ,Velocities of propagation:
group velocity, phase velocity, poynting vector ,wave polarization.
(12)
3. Guided Waves:
Waves between parallel planes, TEM waves, Field analysis of T.M. & T.E. wave,
Characteristics of T.M. & T.E. Waves. (06)
Part-B
4. Wave Guides:
Rectangular and Circular waveguides:T.M. & T.E. Modes ,Wave impedance and
characteristics impedances, Attenuation factor and Q of waveguides. (08)
5. Antenna:
Antenna Parameters, Radiation field, Radiation power and Radiation resistance of alternating
current element and dipole antenna. One dimensional Broad side and End Fire arrays, muti
plication of patterns. VLF and LF Transmitting Antennas: Effect of Earth on vertical patterns and
radiation resistance, grounding, effective length, top loading and tuning,
(10)
6. Wave Propagation:
Modes of Propagation: Surface Wave Propagation, Sky Wave (Ionospheric) Propagation- Virtual
height, Maximum usable Frequency, Skip Distance, Optimum working frequency, Space Wave
(Tropospheric) Propagation- line of sight distance, Effective Earth’s radius, Duct propagation
(09)
Books Recommended:
1. Electromagnetic Waves & Radiation System 2nd edition, by E.C. Jordan & K. G. Balmain,
Prentice Hall Publication.
2. Electromagnetic by Kraus, 4th edition 1991, TMH.
3. Antennas and Wave Propagation by G S N Raju, Pearson publications 2005.
4. Antennas and Radio Wave Propagation by K D Prasad Satya Prakashan 2008.
5. Antenna and Radio Wave Propagation Collin R.E. Mc-Graw Hill 1985.
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EC - 413
DIGITAL ELECTRONICS
L T P
3 1 0
External: 100
Sessional:50
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus. Candidate
will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from Part A and two from
Part B.
.
Part -A
Introduction (10)
Concept of digitisation, Representation of Logic, Logic Variables, Boolean Algebra, Boolean Expressions
and minimization of Boolean expression using K-Map(up to five variables), Review of Logic Gates, design
& Implementation of Adder, Subtractor, Multiplexer, DeMultiplexer, Encoder, Decoder, ROM, Digital
Comparators, Code Converters using gate, multiplexers / decoders
Flip-Flops (04)
A 1- bit memory cell, clocked & unclocked flip flop, S-R Flip-Flop, JK Flip-Flop, Race around Condition ,
Master Slave Flip-Flop, D&T type Flip-Flop
Counters & Shift Registers (10)
Ripple Counters, Design of Modulo-N ripple counter ,Presettable Counters, Up-Down counter, design of
synchronous counters with and without lockout conditions, design of shift registers with shift-left, shiftright
& parallel load facilities, Universal shift Registers.
Part -B
Data Converters
(06)
Sample & Hold switch, D/A converters: weighted resistor type, R-2R Ladder type; A/D Converters:
Counter-Ramp type, Dual Slope Type, Successive approximation type, flash type; Specifications of ADC
& DAC
Digital Logic families (05)
Characteristics of digital circuits: fan in, fan-out, power dissipation, propagation delay, noise margin;
Transistor-transistor Logic(TTL), manufacturer Data Sheets & Specifications, Types of TTL Gates
(Schottky, standard, low power, high speed). Emitter Coupled Logic(ECL), Manufacturers Data sheets &
Specifications, Comparison of Characteristics of TTL and ECL, Tristate Logic & its applications.
Semiconductor Memories & Programmable Logic (10)
ROM, PROM, EPROM, EEPROM; RAM: Static RAM, Typical Memory Cell, Memory Organisation,
Dynamic RAM cell, Reading, & Writing Operation in RAM, PLA, PAL & FPGA
Books Recommended
1 Digital Electronics by Taub Schilling TMH, International edition, 1977.
2 Integrated Electronics by Millman & Halkias, TMH, 1972.
3 Digital System Principles & Applications by R J Tocci (PHI) 8th edition.
4 Digital Logic Design By Morris Mano, Prentice Hall, 1972.
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EC - 463
DIGITAL ELECTRONICS LAB
L T P
0 0 2
External: 25
Sessional:50
Note: At least eight experiments to be done.
1 To Study the data sheets of TTL and ECL gates
2 Verify the truth tables of with various gates, RS, D, JK Flip Flops
3 To design and implement a Modulo-N Counter
4 To Design and implement a Universal shift register
5 To Perform arithmetic & Logic operations on two 4-bit binary numbers using an ALU.
6 To Transfer the Data between Three Registers through Tristate Circuit
7 To Understand Decoder/Driver and their applications with display. To display a count from 00 to
99 with a delay of N seconds.
8 Design & fabrication of synchronous counter.
9 Design & fabrication of Combinational circuits using Multiplexers.
10 To convert 8 bit Digital data to Analog value using DAC
11 To convert Analog value into 8 bit Digital data using ADC
B.E.MBA integrated in ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS (2010-11)
V SEMESTER
Ref No. Subject SCHEDULE OF
TEACHING
SCHEME OF EXAMINATION
THEORY PRACTICAL
L T P Total Paper Hrs. Sess. Total Sess. Vivavoce
Total
EE-511 Power Systems-II 3 1 - 4 100 3 50 150 - - -
EE-561 Power Systems-II Lab - - 3 3 - - - - 50 25 75
EE-512 Electric Machinery-II 3 1 - 4 100 3 50 150 - - -
EE-562 Electric Machinery-II
Lab
- - 3 3 - - - - 50 25 75
EE-513 Microprocessors and
Interfacing
3 1 - 4 100 3 50 150 - - -
EE-563 Microprocessors and
Interfacing Lab
- - 3 3 - - - - 50 25 75
EE-514 Instrumentation
Systems
3 1 - 4 100 3 50 150 - - -
EE-564 Instrumentation
Systems Lab
- - 3 3 - - - - 50 25 75
IBM-501 Marketing
Management
3 - 3 100 3 50 150 - -
IBM-502 Human Resource
Management
3 3 100 3 50 150 -
EE-564 Vocational Training of
Fourth Semester
- - - - - - - - 100 - 100
Total 18 4 12 34 600 18 300 900 300 100 400
EE- 511
Power Systems-II
L T P
3 1 0
External: 100
Sessional: 50
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus. Candidate
will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from Part A and two from
Part B.
Part-A
1 Power System Protection
System Protection Components, Instrument Transformers, Overcurrent Relays, Radial System
Protection, Reclosers and Fuses, Directional Relays, Protection of Two-Source System with
Directional Relays, Zones of Protection, Line Protection with Impedance (Distance) Relays,
Differential Relays, Bus Protection with Differential Relays, Transformer Protection with Differential
Relays, Pilot Relaying, Digital Relaying
Power System Overvoltages, protection against over voltages by shielding or ground wires and
lightning arrestors, insulation coordination. 13h
2. Circuit Breakers
Transient recovery voltage, resistance switching, first pole to clear factor, Transient recovery voltage,
arc and arc extinction, volt ampere characteristics of arc, methods of arc extinction, construction,
working and applications of air-break circuit breakers, oil circuit breakers, vacuum circuit breakers, air
blast circuit breakers, SF6 circuit breakers, circuit breaker ratings
10 h
Part - B
3. Substations and Distribution
Location and types of substations, bus-bar arrangements, major substation equipment
Types of insulators, voltage distribution across suspension insulators, string efficiency, methods of
improving string efficiency
Types of Underground cables, capacitance of single core cables, grading of cables, capacitance of three
core belted cables, power factor and heating of cables
Radial, parallel or loop, network or grid types of distribution systems and their relative merit.
10 h
4. Grounding
Grounding fundamentals, Ground resistance, step voltage, touch voltage and transferred voltage,
tolerable step and touch voltages, ground resistance of a hemisphere and driven rod, IEEE Standard 80
formulae for ground resistance and step and mesh voltages of a grounding grids, limitations of the
formulae
Neutral grounding: ungrounded systems, resonant grounding, solid or effective grounding, reactance
grounding, earthing transformer, neutral grounding practice
8 h
Text Book / Standards
1. J. D. Glover, M. S. Sarma, ‘Power System Analysis and Design’, Thomson-Brooks/Cole, 2002, C
L Engineering, 4th edition.
2. I. J. Nagrath, D. P. Kothari, Power System Engineering, TMH, 1994
3. IEEE Guide for Safety in AC Substation Grounding, ANSI/IEEE Std. 80-2000, 2000, 1991,
IEEE.
Other Recommended Books
1. S.N. Singh, ‘Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution’, PHI, 2003. 2nd
edition,CRCPr.
2. Weedy & Cory, Electric Power Systems, John Wiley & Sons, 1999, 4th edition
3. IS:3043 -1987, Indian Standard Code of Practice for Earthing, BIS, New Delhi, 1987
4. Y. G. Paithankar and S. R. Bhide, Fundamentals of Power System Protection, PHI, 2003
EE- 561
POWER SYSTEMS II LAB
Note: At least eight experiments / projects / technical reports relating to the following:
1. Measurement of soil resistivity and soil model evaluation
2. Measurement of ground resistance.
3. Grounding system design for a substation.
4. To study the characteristics of over current relay.
5. To study the characteristics of percentage differential relay.
6. To study the characteristics of distance relay.
7. To study current time characteristics of fuses.
8. Technical visit to a substation/generating station, Load Dispatch Centre and preparation of a
technical report for the same
9. Conventional and renewable energy sources
10. Distribution system design
11. Digital relaying
12. Reactive compensation of lines
EE- 512
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY-II
L T P
3 1 0
External: 100
Sessional: 50
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus. Candidate
will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from Part A and two from
Part B.
Part-A
Synchronous Machines: (18)
Introduction, basic synchronous Machine Model (Realistic Machine), Voltage regulation, Circuit model of
synchronous machine, determination of synchronous reactance, Open circuit characteristic(OCC), short
circuit characteristic (SCC), Short circuit ratio (SCR), short circuit loss, Determination of armature
Reaction, ampere-turns and Leakage reactance of a synchronous machines-Potier method, Nature of
armature reaction, salient pole synchronous machine-two reaction model, analysis of phasor diagram,
power angle characteristic, determination of Xd and Xq using slip test, V-curve, Inverted V-curve of
synchronous machine, hunting in synchronous machines, damper winding, short circuit transients in
synchronous machine, short circuit under loading conditions, single phase synchronous generators,
synchronous condenser.
Part-B
Parallel operation of alternators: (12)
Synchronizing to infinite Bus-Bars, synchronoscope, parallel operation of alternators, Operating
characteristics, generating Machine, motoring machine, power angle characteristic, operation at constant
load with variable excitation, generating Machine, motoring machines, minimum excitation, observation,
compounding curve, synchronous condenser, consideration of armature resistance, power flow (transfer)
equations,
Special motors: (10)
Brushless dc motors, schematic and operation, circuit model characteristics of brushless dc motor, PM
Brushless dc machine, universal motor and stepper motor, linear induction motor, Hysteresis motor,
reluctance motors
Text Books:
1 I.J Nagrath, D.P. Kothari, Electrical Machines, TMH Publishing Company, 2002.
2. P.S. Bhimbhra, Electrical Machinery, Khanna Publishers, 2003.
Other Recommended Books:
1 Electrical Machinery and Transformers by Bhag S. Guru and Huseyin R. Hiziroglu
2. New York Oxford 1994 University Press 2004 Electrical Machines by Smarjit Ghosh, Pearson
Education Singapore PTE. Ltd. 2005.
3. Electric Machinery by A.E. Fitzgerald, Kingsley, Umans, 6th edition TMH Publishing Company, 2002
EE- 562
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY-II LAB
L T P
0 0 3
External: 25
Sessional: 50
Note: At least eight experiments are to be performed.
1. To perform no load test on a 3 phase alternator (cylindrical rotor).
2. To perform short circuit test on a 3 phase alternator (cylindrical rotor). Measure the resistance of
stator winding of alternator. Find out regulation of alternator at full load at (i) unity power factor
(ii) 0.85 Power factor lagging (iii) 0.85 Power factor leading using synchronous impedance
method.
3. To synchronize an alternator with the 3 phase supply.
4. To perform the parallel operation of two alternators.
5. To perform the slip test to determine the Xd and Xq.
6. To run a stepper motor in different modes with the help of microprocessor.
7. To analyze the power factor improvement of an industry and design the capacitor bank.
8. Computer aided transformer design
9. Computer aided induction machine design
10. Computer aided synchronous machine design
11. To obtain positive, negative and zero sequence impedances of a three phase synchronous generator
12. To obtain positive, negative and zero sequence impedances of a three phase transformer
EE- 513
Microprocessors and Interfacing
L T P
3 1 0
External: 100
Sessional: 50
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus. Candidate
will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from Part A and two from
Part B.
Part-A
Microprocessor Architecture and Microcomputer Systems; Microprocessor Architecture Memory,
Input and Output Devices, The 8085 MPU, Example of an 8085-Based Microcomputer, Memory
Interfacing. (4 h)
Interfacing I/O Devices: Basic Interfacing Concepts, Interfacing Output Displays, Interfacing Input
Devices, Memory- Mapped I/O, Testing and Troubleshooting, I/O Interfacing Circuits.
(4 h)
Programming the 8085: Introduction to 8085 Assembly Language Programming, The 8085 Programming
Model, Instruction Classification, Instruction Format. Data Transfer (Copy) Operations, Arithmetic
Operations, Logic Operations, Branch Operations, Writing Assembly Language Programs.
(5 h)
Programming Techniques: Looping, Counting and Indexing, Additional Data Transfer and 16-Bit
Arithmetic Instructions, Arithmetic Operations Related to Memory, Logic Operations.
(4 h)
Part-B
Counters and Time Delays: Counters and Time Delays, Hexadecimal Counter, Modulo Ten, Counter,
Generating Pulse Waveforms, Debugging Counter and Time-Delay Programs.
(4 h)
Stack and Subroutines: Stack, Subroutine, Conditional Call and Return Instructions.
(2 h)
Interrupts : The 8085 Interrupt, 8085 Vectored interrupts. (2 h)
Interfacing Data Converters: Digital- to- Analog (D/A) Converters, Analog- to- Digital (A/D)
Converters, stepper motor interfacing (4 h)
General –Purpose Programmable Peripheral Devices: The 8255A Programmable Peripheral Interface,
Illustration: Interfacing Keyboard and Seven- Segment Display, Illustration : Bi- directional Data Transfer
between Two Microcomputers, The 8254 Programmable Interval Timer, The 8259 A Programmable
Interrupt Controller, Direct Memory Access (DMA) and the 8257 DMA Controller, serial communication,
Programmable communications interface 8251,RS 232C. (6 h)
TEXT BOOK
Ramesh S.Gaonkar, “Microprocessor Architecture, Programming and Applications with the 8085” 5th
edition 2003, TMH.
OTHER RECOMMENDED BOOKS:
Badri Ram, “Advanced Microprocessors & Interfacing”, 1st edition,Tata MC Graw Hill.
Charles M.Gilmore, “Microprocessor Principles and Applications”, 2nd edition 1995, TMH.
Douglas V. Hall, “Microprocessors and Interfacing programming and Hardware” 2nd editionTMH.
EE-563
MICROPROCESSORS AND INTERFACING LAB
L T P
0 0 3
External: 50
Sessional: 25
Note: Attempt any ten programs..
1. Study of 8085 Microprocessor kit
2. Write Assembly Language Program to add n given numbers with and without carry.
3. Write Assembly Language Program to count positive & negative numbers in given n numbers.
4. Write Assembly Language Program to de-assemble 8- bit number in two nibbles.
5. Write Assembly Language Program to reassemble two nibbles in 8- bit number.
6. Write Assembly Language Program to sort given n numbers in ascending & descending order
using subroutine.
7. Write Assembly Language Program to relocate the given numbers in same & reverse order.
8. Write Assembly Language Program to Flash different letters using your own delay subroutine.
Inter facing of Microprocessor 8085:
1. To obtain a square wave on CRO
1. To interface A to D converter
2. To interface D to A converter
3. To interface input/output module for complementing the input data.
4. To interface stepper motor with μp to control its step size and direction of rotation
5. To develop a traffic light controller program and interface using Input/Output Module.
.
EE- 514
Instrumentation systems
L T P
3 1 0
External: 100
Sessional: 50
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus. Candidate
will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from Part A and two from
Part B.
Part - A
1) Transducers & Standards
Standards of Instrumentation Systems and Their Classification: Emf, Current, Resistance and Capacitance
Standards. Sensors and Transducers: Primary Sensing Elements; Characteristics; Classification.
Passive-Transducers-Resistive, Inductive, Capacitive; Types, Features, Configurations, Analysis,
Applications.
Active Transducers- Thermoelectric, Electromagnetic, Piezo-Electric, Photoelectric; Types-Principle,
Construction, Analysis and Applications.
2) Digital - Analog Instruments and Recording Systems
Data Telemetry: Digital Instruments - Block Diagram Of Digital Multimeters, Storage Oscilloscope -
Magnetic Tape Recorders - Direct Recording, Frequency Modulation Recording, Digital Recording
Technique - Floppy Discs -Digital Input - Output Devices.
Part - B
3) Signal Conditioning:
Analog Conditioning- Instrumentation and Logarithmic Amplifiers.
Digital Conditioning-A/D, D/A Converters-Common Types, Operation. Types-Analog/Digital,
Block Diagram, Operation, Comparative Performance (Data Display and Recording Devices:
Principle, Operation and Use of -LEDs, LCDs, Recorders-Paper Chart, Magnetic Tape, Semi-Conductor;
4) Virtual Instrumentation
Introduction to lab VIEW Front Panel, Block Diagram, Tools And Palettes, Menus, Code Debugging,
Creating Sub-Vis, For Loop, While Loop, Structures, Arrays And Clusters, Graphs And Charts, File Input
And Output , Data acquisition and applications.
TEXT-BOOK
1. W.D. Cooper and A.D. Hilfrick: Electronic Instrumentation &Measurement Techniques, PHI 2007
2 .A.K Sahnwey “Electronic and Electrical Instrumentation”2ND
EDITION 1976, DHANPAT RAI.
3. R.H.Bishop, Learning with LabVIEW 7 Express,Pearson Education, Delhi,2003.
References:
1. Murthy, D.V.S. - Transducers Instrumentation 2007, Prentice Hall.
2. Doeblin, E.O.-Measurement Systems (MGH) 2003
EE- 564
Instrumentation systems Lab
L T P
0 0 3
External: 25
Sessional: 50
Note : At least eight experiments are to be performed.
1) Displacement measurement using LVDT
2) To study the operation of Instrumentation Amplifier.
3) Measurement of flow using electromagnetic and positive displacement parameters.
4) Measurement of level using capacitance probe differential pressure transducer.
5) Design of linearization circuit for thermistor.
6) Experiments based on Lab VIEW.
Marketing Management
IBM 501
L T P
3 0 0
External: 100
Sessional: 50
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus. Candidate
will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from Part-A and two from
Part-B.
Objectives: (i) To understand the nature, tasks and the environment under which marketing operates. (ii)
To study the theory, principles and practical aspects of various marketing functions. (iii) To learn to take
marketing decisions.
Part A
Introduction to Marketing: [5]
Definition; Scope and Importance of Marketing; Key Customer Markets; Concepts/Philosophies of
Marketing; Holistic Marketing Concept; Marketing Tasks; Marketing Mix
Marketing Environment: [5]
Marketing Environment; New Marketing Realities; New Consumer Capabilities; Demographic
Environment; Social-Cultural Environment; Natural Environment; Technological Environment and
Political-Legal Environment; SWOT analysis.
Analyzing Markets: [5]
Marketing Research Process; Sources of data collection; factors influencing consumer behavior; buying
decision process; post-purchase behavior; Organizational Buying; Stages in the Buying Process.
Market Segmentation: [6]
Levels of market segmentation; segmenting consumer markets; Niche Marketing; segmenting business
markets; Michael Porter’s five forces model; Analyzing competitors; strategies for market leaders;
Targeting and Positioning.
Part B
Product Decisions: [6]
Product characteristics; classifications; differentiation; packaging and labeling; Product Life Cycle.
Pricing Strategies: [6]
Understanding Pricing; Setting the Price; Initiating and Responding to Price Changes; Reactions to
Competitor’s Price Changes.
Marketing Channels: [6]
Marketing Channels; Role of Marketing Channels; Identifying Major Channel Alternatives; Types of
Intermediaries; Channel-Management Decisions, Retailing, Wholesaling.
Marketing Communication: [6]
The Role of Marketing Communications; Communications Mix-Advertising, Sales Promotion, Public
Relations and Publicity, Events and Experiences, Direct and Interactive Marketing, Personal Selling.
References:
1. Kotler, P. Keller K.I. et al: Marketing Management, A South Asian Perspective, 12th edition, Hardvard
bussiness School.
2. Ramaswamy, V.S. & Namakumari, S: Marketing management, planning, implementation and control,
2nd edition Mcmillan
3. Hepner H.W.: Modern Marketing- Dynamics and Management, TMH, 2010.
James M. Carman and Kenneth P. Phillips and Duncan: Marketing Principles and Methods by Richard
D. Grwin(1998)
4. Britt and Boyd (ed): Marketing Management and Administration, 3rd edition -,1973, TMH
5. Cundiff, W.F. and Still R,: Basic Marketing, Prentice Hall june 1971 K-12
6. Converse Paul and Harvey W.Hugg: Elements of Marketing, 5th edition, Prentice Hall
7. Kotler, Philip and Armstrong: Principles of marketing, New Delhi, PHI, 1997, 12th edition.
8. Hoffman, Douglas, K., et al: Marketing, Best Practices, 2nd edition,2002.
9. Saxena, R: Marketing Management, 2nd edition TMH.
Human Resource Management
IBM 502
L T P
3 0 0
External: 100
Sessional: 50
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus. Candidate
will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from Part-A and two from
Part-B.
Objectives: The objective of the paper is to make student aware of the various functions and importance of
the HR department in any organization. It is basically concerned with managing the human resources,
whereby the underlying objective is to attract retain and motivate the human resources in any organization,
which is the most challenging and daunting look for any organization today.
Part A
Introduction: [5]
Meaning, scope, objectives and functions of HRM; Importance of Human Resource Management; HRM &
HRD a comparative analysis;
Environment of HRM: [5]
Role of government, internal and external forces; Human Resource Management practices in India.
Human Resource Planning: [5]
Definition, objectives, process and importance; Job analysis, description, specification & job evaluation;
Recruitment, selection, placement and induction process;
Human Resource Development: [6]
Concept, Employee training & development; Career Planning & development; Promotions, demotions,
transfers, separation, absenteeism & turnover;
Part B
Job Compensation: [6]
Wage & salary administration, incentive plans & fringe benefits.
Performance Management: [6]
Concept & process, performance appraisal, Potential appraisal;
Quality of work life (QWL): [6]
Meaning, techniques for improving QWL.
Industrial Relations: [6]
Concept and theories, trade unions; Health, Safety & Employee welfare measures; Employee grievances
and discipline, participation & empowerment; Introduction to collective bargaining.
References:
1. V.S.P. Rao: Resources Management, Excel Publishing, New Delhi, 2nd edition
2. Edwin B. Flippo: Personnel Management, Tata McGraw Hill, 5th edition (1979)
3. Dale Yoder: Personnel Management & Industrial Relation 7th edition,1982.
4. Arun Monappa & Saiyadain: Personnel Management, Tata McGraw Hill, 2001.
5. Gray Dessler: Human Resource Management, 10th edition 2004 Prentice Hall.
B.E.MBA integrated in ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS
VI SEMESTER (2010-11)
Ref No. Subject SCHEDULE OF
TEACHING
SCHEME OF EXAMINATION
THEORY PRACTICAL
L T P Total Paper Hrs. Sess. Total Sess. Vivavoce
Total
EE-611 Control Engg 3 1 - 4 100 3 50 150 - - -
EE-661 Control Engg Lab - - 3 3 - - - - 50 25 75
EE-612 Power Electronics and
Drives
3 1 - 4 100 3 50 150 - - -
EE-662 Power Electronics and
Drives Lab
- - 3 3 - - - - 50 25 75
EE-613 Computer Aided
Power System
Analysis
3 1 - 4 100 3 50 150 - - -
EE-663 Computer Aided
Power System
Analysis Lab
- - 3 3 - - - - 50 25 75
EE-614 Microcontrollers, PLCs
and Applications
3 1 - 4 100 3 50 150 - - -
EE-664 Microcontrollers, PLCs
and Applications Lab
- - 3 3 - - - - 50 25 75
IBM-601 Management
economics
3 - 3 100 3 50 150 - - -
IBM-602 Corporate Legal
Environment
3 3 100 3 50 150
EE-600 General Fitness - - - - - - - - 125 - 125
Total 18 4 12 34 600 18 300 900 325 100 425
EE- 611
CONTROL ENGINEERING
L T P
3 1 0
External: 100
Sessional: 50
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus. Candidate
will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from Part A and two from
Part B.
Part-A
Introductory Concepts: Open loop and closed loop control systems, Servomechanisms, feedback and
effects of feedback, linear and non- linear systems, time variant & invariant, continuous and sampled data
control systems, illustrative examples.
Modelling: Mathematical models of linear electrical, mechanical, translational, rotational, gear, thermal,
pneumatic and hydraulic systems, electrical and mechanical analogies. Laplace transform, Transfer
function, Block diagram representation, signal flow graphs and associated algebra, characteristics equation.
State Space Analysis: Concepts of state variable, state vector and state space, State space representation,
solution of state equation for LTI and LTV systems, state transition matrix.
Time Domain Analysis: Typical test-input signals, Transient response of the first and second order
systems. Time domain specifications, Dominant closed loop poles of higher order systems. Steady state
error and error co-efficient,
Stability: Concepts of absolute and relative stability, pole –zero location, Routh-Hurwitz stability criterion.
Part-B
Root Locus Technique: The extreme points of the root loci for positive gain. Asymptotes to the loci,
Breakaway points, intersection with imaginary axis, location of roots with given gain & sketch of the root
locus plot.. Rules for construction of root locus, root contours, root sensitivity, generalized root locus.
Frequency Domain Analysis: Closed loop frequency response, Relation between time and frequency
response for second order systems. Frequency response specification, Bode plots, stability and loop transfer
function. Polar Plot, Nyquist criterion, Gain Margin and Phase Margin. Nichol’s chart, M and N circles.
Control Components: Error detectors- potentiometers and synchros, a.c. and d.c. servo motors, brushless
d.c. motors, A.C. and D.C. techogenerators, stepper motors.
RECOMMENDED BOOKS:
Control System Engineering by I.J. Nagrath & Gopal, New Age International (P) Limited , New Delhi,3rd
edition ,2004
Modern Control Engineering by K. Ogata, Pearson Education, New Delhi,3rd Indian Reprint Edition,2004
Automatic Control System by B. C. Kuo. Prentice Hall of India, Seventh Edition.
EE-661
CONTROL ENGINEERING LAB.
L T P
0 0 3
External: 25
Sessional: 50
Note: At least eight experiments are to be performed.
1. To study the input-output characteristics of a potentiometer and to use a potentiometer as an error
detector.
2. To study transmitter - receiver characteristics of a synchros set and to use the set as control
component.
3. To study the operation of d.c. position control system.
4. To study the operation of d.c. speed control system.
5. To design different compensating networks for the given cut off frequency response.
6. To study PID controller and to obtain the effect of proportional, Integral and derivative control
action.
7. To study the MATLAB Programming for controls systems related to steady state and transfer
function conversions.
8. To obtain the step and ramp input response for the various transfer functions using MATLAB.
9. To obtain the root locus response for different systems using MATLAB.
10. To obtain response of basic control system problems in SIMULINK and tune them in MATLAB.
11. To run and use SIMULINK based models in MATLAB.To analyze and simulate the models of
following real time applications in MATLAB:
12. Missile System.
13. Sun-seeker System
14. D.C. motor Control.
EE- 612
POWER ELECTRONICS AND DRIVES
L T P
3 1 0
External: 100
Sessional: 50
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus. Candidate
will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from Part A and two from
Part B.
Part-A
Thyristor and Semiconductor Power Switching Devices (12)
Devices of Thyristor family and their V-I characteristics: Thyristor, Diac, Triac, GTO, MOSFET, IGBT,
Principle of operation of SCR. Turn on methods of a Thyristor, Switching characteristics of Thyristor
during turn-on and turn-off, Gate characteristics, Thyristor triggering and commutation circuits
Series and parallel operation of SCR’s, Thyristor specifications (latching current and holding current, dv/dt
and di/dt etc.), Thyristor Protection circuits, UJT: characteristics and as a relaxation oscillator.
Phase controlled Rectifiers (5)
Principle of phase angle control, Single phase & three phase full controlled bridge rectifiers for R and R-L
–E loads with and without freewheeling diode. Dual Converter, circulating and non-circulating current
modes of operation.
Choppers (5)
Principle of chopper operations, Control strategies, types of chopper (A, B, C, D, and E), and voltage
commutated chopper or classical Jones chopper, Morgan chopper.
Part-B
Inverters (5)
Single-phase and three phase inverters, 180-degree and 120-degree conduction, PWM inverters, Series and
parallel inverters, Mc-Murray Bedford inverters.
Cycloconverters (3)
Single phase bridge cycloconverter. Three phase to single phase, single phase to single phase
cycloconverter. Advantages disadvantages of cycloconverter.
D C and A C Drives (6)
Single-phase and three-phase Converter Drives. Chopper Drives, Induction Motor Drives, Industrial
applications of DC and AC Drives, Microprocessors in the control of Electrical Drives.
Facts Devices (4)
FACTS Technology, objectives, types of controllers, FACTS Devices: STATCOM, SSG, SVG, UPFC and
SSSC.
Text Books
P.S. Bimbhra, Power Electronics, Khanna Publishers, 2006.
Power Electronics by C.W. Lander, 3rd edition,Mc-Graw Hill book Company, Singapore (1993)
Other Recommended Books
Mohammed H. Rashid, power Electronics- circuits, Devices and applications, 3rd edition PHI New Delhi,
2001
M.D. Singh, K.B. Khanchandani, Power Electronics, 3rd edition Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing company.
Vedam Subrahmanyam, “Thyristor Control of Electric Drives”, 1st edition TMH New Delhi,1998
EE –662
POWER ELECTRONICS AND DRIVES LAB
L T P
0 0 3
External: 25
Sessional: 50
Note: At least eight experiments are to be performed.
.
1. To plot the V-I characteristics of the SCR.
2. To draw V-I characteristics of Triac.
3. Study of SCR triggering circuits and check the performance of UJT as triggering device.
4. Study of SCR commutation circuits and check the performance of one commutation circuit.
5. Study of Jones chopper or any chopper circuit to check the performance.
6. Thyristorised speed control of a D.C. Motor.
7. Speed Control of induction motor using Thyristor.
8. Study of series inverter and Mc Murray half-bridge inverter and check their performance.
9. Study of the microprocessor based firing control of a bridge converter.
10. Design and simulation of following Thyristor circuits using PSCAD / MATLAB software.
i. commutation,
ii. chopper,
iii. invertors,
iv. rectifier
v. UJT as triggering circuit
vi. Speed control of motors.
EE- 613
Computer Aided Power Systems Analysis
L T P
3 1 0
External: 100
Sessional: 50
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus. Candidate
will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from Part A and two from
Part B.
Part-A
1. Power Flow Studies
The Power-Flow Problem, Power-Flow Solution by Newton-Raphson method, Power-Flow
Solution by Gauss-Seidel Method, Control of Power Flow, Methods of reducing Sparsity.
10 h
2. Power System Controls
Generator-Voltage Control, Turbine-Governor Control, Load-Frequency Control (single area and two area
case), Economic Dispatch, Introduction to Optimal Power Flow. 10h
Part- B
3. Transient Stability Studies
Introduction of power system stability, The Swing Equation, Simplified Synchronous Machine Model
and System Equivalents, Stead state stability, Transient stability, The Equal-Area Criterion for sudden
change in mechanical input, sudden loss of one parallel lines, sudden short circuit on one parallel lines
and effect of clearing time on stability, Numerical Integration of the Swing Equation, Design Methods
for Improving Transient Stability. 18 h
Text Book
1. J. D. Glover, M. S. Sarma, ‘Power System Analysis and Design’,3rd edition Thomson-
Brooks/Cole, 2002.
1. D.P. Kothari and I.J. Nagrath, ‘Modern Power System Analysis’, Third Edition, TMH,2003
Other Recommended Books
1. Hadi Sadat, Power System Analysis, 2nd edition, Tata McGrawHill 2002
2. A.R. Bergen and V.Vittal, ‘Power System Analysis’, Second Edition, Pearson, 2000.
3. Grainger & Stevenson, ‘Power System Analysis’ Tata McMcGraw-Hill 2003.
EE- 663
Computer Aided Power Systems
Analysis Laboratory
L T P
0 0 3
External: 25
Sessional: 50
Note: At least four design / analysis projects relating to the following.
1. Power flow analysis.
2. Power flow control
3. Economic dispatch
4. Transient stability studies.
5. Load frequency control
EE -614
Microcontroller, PLCs and Applications
L T P
3 1 0
External: 100
Sessional:50
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus. Candidate
will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from Part A and two from
Part B.
Part-A
Introduction: Micro controller, Comparison of Microprocessor and Micro controller, micro controller and
embedded processors. 2 h
The 8051 Architecture: 8051 Micro controller hardware, Input/Output Pins, Ports, and Circuits, External
memory, Counter & timers, Serial Data Input/Output, Interrupts 6 h
8051 Assembly Language Programming: Introduction to 8051 Assembly programming, Assembling and
running an 8051 program. Data Types and directives.
Addressing modes and accessing memory using various addressing modes. Arithmetic instructions and
programs, Logic instructions and programs, Single bit instructions and programming, Jump loop and call
instructions, I/O Port programming, Timer/counter programming in the 8051
8 h
Serial Communication: 8051 connection to RS 232, 8051 serial communication Programming. 3 h
Part-B
Real World Interfacing: LCD, ADC and sensors, Stepper motor, keyboard, DAC and external memory
7 h
Introduction to PLC: Introduction to Process Control & Automation, PLC as a Computer ,PLC CPU,
Solid State Memory, CPU Processor, I/O Modules, PLC-Advantages & Disadvantages.
5 h
General PLC programming: Introduction, Programming Equipment, Program Format, Construction of
Ladder Diagrams 4 h
Programming ON-OFF Inputs to produce ON-OFF Outputs: PLC Input Instructions, Outputs Coil
Indicators& others, Operational procedures, Contact & Coil Input/Output Programming Examples,
Industrial Process Example. 5 h
Recommended Books:
The 8051 Microcontroller Architecture,Programming & application,by Ayala,2004, west publishing
company.
The 8051 Microcontroller and embedded Systems by: - Ali Mazidi, Prentice Hall, 2nd edition
An embedded software primer, David e Simon, Pearson Education, 1st edition
Programmable logic controllers Principles & applications,John W.Webb, Prentice Hall, 5th edition.
EE-664
Micro Controller, PLCs and Applications Lab
L T P
0 0 3
External: 25
Sessional: 50
List of Experiments:
Note: At least eight experiments to be done selecting at least two from the last eaxperiment.
1. Study of 8051/8031 Micro controller kits.
2. Write a program to add two numbers lying at two memory locations and display the result.
3. Write a program for multiplication of two numbers lying at memory location anddisplay the result.
4. Write a program to check a number for being ODD or EVEN and show the result on display.
5. Write a program to split a byte in two nibbles and show the two nibbles on display.
6. Write a Program to arrange 10 numbers stored in memory location in Ascending and Descending order.
7. Write a program to find a factorial of a given number.
8. Write a program to show the use of INT0 and INT1.
9. Write a program of Flashing LED connected to port 1 of the Micro Controller
10. Write a program to generate a Ramp waveform using DAC with micro controller.
11. Write a program to interface the ADC.
12. Write a program to control a stepper motor in direction, speed and number of steps.
Write Ladder programs (at least two) using PLC for control of simple industrial Processes.
Managerial Economics
IBM 601
L T P
3 0 0
External: 100
Sessional:50
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus. Candidate
will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from Part-A and two from
Part-B.
Objectives: To provide students with an understanding of basic economic principles of production &
exchange-essential tools in making business decisions in today’s global economy. The object presents the
foundation to understanding how the economy works, covering microeconomic description of business
applications, including pricing for profit maximization, price elasticity, market structures and modeling of
business in varying economic climates. The focus is on market economics, the organization that operation
there and their business strategies.
Part A
Introduction to Managerial Economics:
Nature Scope and Importance of Managerial Economics. , opportunity costs , incremental principle , time
perspective , discounts and equi marginal principles.
Demand Concepts and Analysis: [4]
Individual Demand, Market Demand, Kinds of Demand, Determinants of Demand, Demand Functions,
Functions, Demand Schedule and Law of Demand.
Theory of Consumer Behavior: [4]
Cardinal Utility Approach and Ordinal Utility (Indifference Curves) Approach;
Elasticity of Demand: [4]
Concept, Types, Measurement and importance.
Demand Forecasting: [5]
Sources of Data-Expert Opinions, Surveys and Market Experiments; Time Series Analysis-Trend
Projection; Barometric Forecasting-Leading Indicators, Composite and diffusion Indices.
Part B
Production Function: [4]
Concept and types, Returns to Factor and Returns to Scale, Law of Variable Proportions.
Cost concepts and Analysis: [4]
Concept of Cost, Short run and Lung-run Cost Curves, Relationships among various costs, Break-even
Analysis.
Revenue Curves: [4]
Concept and Types.
Perfect Competition: [4]
Characteristics, Equilibrium Price, Profit Maximizing output in Short Run and Long Run;
Monopoly: [4]
Characteristics, Equilibrium Price, Profit Maximizing output in Short Run and Lung Run; Price
Discrimination;
Imperfect Competition: [4]
Monopolistic Competition, oligopoly and Barriers to Entry.
References:
1. Craig Peterson, Lewis and Jain: Managerial Economics, Pearson Education, 4th edition
2. Mark Hirshey: Managerial Economics, Thomson, 9th edition
3. Dr. V.Panduranga Rao: Microeconomics-IBS Publication
4. Keat: Economic Tools for Today’s Decision Makers, 4th Edition, Pearson Education
5. William Samuelson and Stephen G. Mark, Managerial Economics, 5th Edition, John Wiley &
Sons.
6. Managerial Economics Analysis: Problem Cases, 8th Edition, Truett & Truett, Wiley
7. K.K. Dewett: Modern Economic Theory, S. Chand & Sons, New Delhi, December 2006
8. Mote, Paul Gupta: Managerial Economics, Vikas Publisher, New Delhi, 2001 TMH
9. A. Koutsoyiannis: Modern Microeconomics, Mc Millan, New Delhi2nd edition
10. R.L. Varshney & K. L. Maheshwari: Managerial Economics, S.Chand & Sons, New Delhi, 3nd
edition.
Corporate Legal Environment
IBM 602
L T P
3 0 0
External: 100
Sessional:50
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus. Candidate
will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from Part-A and two from
Part-B.
Objective: Corporate legal environment represents that external environment in which the organization has
to work. The course covers the basic laws which a student must be aware of.
Part A
Information Technology Act-2000 : [11]
Objective of the act, documents excluded from the scope of the act, digital signatures, types of digital
signatures in India, certifying authorities in India, regulation of certifying authorities, duties of subscribers,
offences, appellate tribunal, penalties and adjudication
Company Law : [11]
Definition and nature of a company, kinds of companies , formation of a company, memorandum of
association, articles of association, prospectus, membership in a company, shares , transfer and
transmission of shares, meetings and proceedings.
Part B
Patents Law : [11]
Patents Act 1970 as amended by the The Patents (Amendment) Act 2005, The Patents rules, 2003 as
amended by The Patents (Amendment) Rules ,2006, Inventions not patentable, applications for patents,
publication and examination of applications, grant of patents and rights conferred thereby, Patent
Cooperation Treaty (PCT), Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS)
Consumer Protection Act 1986 : [12]
Definitions under the act : complaint , consumer, defect, deficiency , unfair trade practice, consumer
protection councils, redressal machinery under the act, district forum, state commission, national
commission
References:
1. Manish Arora , Guide to Patents Law, Universal Law Publishing Co. 2007.
2. K.C.Garg, V.K.Sareen , Mercantile Law, Kalyani Publishers, 14th edition, 2008.
Panjab University
Scheme and Syllabus of
B.E. MBA (Electrical and Electronics)
3rd to 6th Semester
2010- 2011

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