Course Objectives: To enable the student to effectively communicate basic designs through graphical representations as per standards.

Syllabus :Introduction to Engineering Graphics; Orthographic projections of lines and solids, Isometric projection, Freehand sketching, Introduction to CAD, Sections of solids, Development of surfaces, Perspective projection.

Expected outcome: Upon successful completion of this course, the student would have accomplished the following abilities and skills:

1. Fundamental Engineering Drawing Standards.

2. Dimensioning and preparation of neat drawings and drawing sheets.

3. Interpretation of engineering drawings

4. The features of CAD software


Sustainability- need and concept, challenges, Environment acts and protocols, Global, Regional and Local environmental issues, Natural resources and their pollution, Carbon credits, Zero waste concept  ISO 14000, Life Cycle Analysis, Environmental Impact Assessment studies, Sustainable habitat, Green buildings, green materials, Energy, Conventional and renewable sources, Technology and sustainable development, Sustainable urbanization, Industrial Ecology.

Course Objectives
•      To have an increased awareness among students on issues in areas of sustainability
•      To understand the role of engineering and technology within sustainable development; 
•      To know the methods, tools, and incentives for sustainable product-service system development
•      To establish a clear understanding of the role and impact of various aspects of engineering and engineering decisions on environmental, societal, and economic problems.

Course Objectives 
1) To get basic idea about types, specification and common values of passive and active

2) To familiarize the working of diodes, transistors, MOSFETS and integrated circuits.

3) To understand the working of rectifiers, amplifiers and oscillators. 
4) To get a basic idea about measuring instruments
5) To get a fundamental idea of basic communication systems and entertainment electronics

Evolution and Impact of Electronics in industries and in society, Familiarization of Resistors,
Capacitors, Inductors, Transformers and Electro mechanical components, PN Junction diode:
Structure, Principle of operation, Zener diode, Photo diode, LED, Solar cell, Bipolar Junction
Transistors: Structure, Principle of operation, characteristics, Rectifiers and power supplies: Half
wave and full wave rectifier, capacitor filter, zener voltage regulator, Amplifiers and Oscillators:
common emitter amplifier, feedback, oscillators, RC phase shift oscillator, Analogue Integrated
circuits: operational amplifier, inverting and non-inverting amplifier, Electronic Instrumentation:
digital multimeter, digital storage oscilloscope, function generator, Radio communication:
principle of AM & FM, Super heterodyne receiver, Satellite communication: geo-stationary
satellite system, Mobile communication: cellular communications, Optical communication:
system, principle of light transmission through fiber, Entertainment Electronics: Cable TV,
CCTV system.

Course Objectives
In this course the students are introduced to some basic tools in Mathematics which are useful in
modelling and analysing physical phenomena involving continuous changes of variables or
parameters. The differential and integral calculus of functions of one or more variables and of
vector functions taught in this course have applications across all branches of engineering. This
course will also provide basic training in plotting and visualising graphs of functions and
intuitively understanding their properties using appropriate software packages.

Spectroscopy: introduction ,electro chemistry-electrodes.Electro chemical series,Nernst equation,Potentiometric titrations.Instrumental methods.Thermal analysis.Chromatography,conductivity,Chemistry of engineering materials,Coplymers,Advanced polymers,nano materials,Fuels and calorific value,Lubricants their properties,Water technology,Hardness,Water softening methods,Sewage water treatment