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Syallbus of AMIE Exams : Section A ( Diploma stream )
AD 201 Fundamental of design and Manufacturing
AD 202 Materail Science and Engineering
AD 203 Computing and Imformatics
AD 204 Society and Environment
Fundamental of design & Manufacturing
Engineering design process and its structure . identification and analysis of need , product design specification , standards of performance and constraints. Searching for design concepts : morphological analysis , brainstorming. Evaluation of design concept for physical reliability, econo9mics feasibility and utility. Detailed design ; design for manufacture , assembly, shipping, maintenance , use , and recyclability . Design checks for clarity, simplicity , modularity and safety, standardization and size ranges. Reliability and robust design, Design organization and communaication, technical reports, drawing, presentation and models.
Concept of manufacturing : classification of manufacturing processes. Fundamental of casting Basic understanding of commonly used casting processes ( sand casting, investment casting and permanent mould casting processes) Fundamental of metal forming . hot and cold working; basic understanding of primary metal forming process ( rolling , forging, extrusion and drawing processes, punching and blanking ).
Fundamental of metal cutting : tool work interaction for production of machined surface. Classification of machining processes . Basic machining operations ( turning, shaping, planning , drilling and milling processes).
Fundamental of grinding and finishing ; overview of unconventional machine processes fundamentals of welding processes. Introduction to primary welding and allied processes; selection of manufacturing processes. Design for manufacturability.
Need for integration – commercial economics and technological perspective ; basic tools of integration ; concept of a system. Introduction to information technology and its elements. Introduction to group technology ; introduction to group technology; introduction to simulation and database management system. Elements of integration -; eontrol l ers , sensors , robots, automatched machines : AGPVs , AS , RS , etc. Product and process design – for integration ; design for economics manufacturing ; design for manufacturing integration .
Introduction to computer aided process planning , selection of machine tools .
Material Science & Engineering
Introduction to material. Metal and alloys , ceramics , Polymers and semi conducting material introduction and application as engineering materials.
Defects in solids . Points, line and surface defects. Diffusion in solids.
Phase diagrams. Mono- component and binary system, non equilibrium system , phase diagram and application in crystalline and non- crystalline solids.
Mechanical properties . Tensile strength , yield strength, elastic and viscoelastic properties, creep, stress relaxation and impact. Fracture behavior.
Ductile fracture, Griffith theory, effect of heat treatment and temperature on properties of metals .
Deformation of metals elastic and plastic deformation , slip, twinb , dislocation , critical resolved shear stress deformation in polycrystalline materials ; season cracking Baschinger’s effect , strengthening machines ; work hardening recovery , crystallization and grain growth , cold and hot working .
Heat treatment Iron- carbon system . Annealing, normalizing , hardening critical cooling rate , hardenability , age hardening surface hardening & tempering .
Thermal properties High temperature materials ; material for cryogenic application , thermally insulating materials and polymers. Silicon structure, polymerism . in glass electrical properties of ceramic phase ., rocks , building stones , refractories.
Polymerisation mechanism, structural properties of polymer, thermoplastic, thermosets, elastomer , resins , composites, particles and fibre reinforced composite. Composite material including nano material
Electronic properties . Magnetism, diamagnetism , paramagnetism, ferromagnetism, magnetic energy, Zone theory of solids , zones in conductors and insulators .
Computing & informatics
Programming languages. C including C++; Language – declarations , expression , control statements , arrays, function, pointers and structure ; Algorithms and flow charts introduction to Pascal .
Informatics information systems for decision making ; Data management and database management technology ; office automation system – LAN, WAN , electronic mail , electronic , data interchange ; Clint server technology ; overview of TCP/ IP ; information system for business ; strategic information system; information resources management .
Computer basic . History , Generations and classification of computers . Number system Boolean algebra.
Hardware , introduction to logic gates an flip flopes ; components of a computer input/ output devices , CPU unit and memory unit , secondary storage.
Software system software ; application software ; compilers and translators
Operating system , introduction to operating system ; types of operating system and their function ; popular operating system – MS – DOS , UNIX and Windows; file management
Society & Environment
Societal structure and Dynamics : An analysis of basic sociological concepts and the application to contemporary society: social stratification caste , class cultural heritage , occupation , mobility and income distribution . Social tensions and their cause societal responsibilities ans social institutions.
Development processes : Parameters for development . Interrelationship between social economics and scientific factors . Role of science and technology in development . Planning its objective and assessment
Technology Assesment : Historical development of science and technology Criteria for assessment of appropriate technology and technology adaptation.
Ecosystem : Natural ecosystems . Principle of eco balance , Biosphere cycle , carbon dioxide. Causes for eco – imbalance – its effects and remedies .
Environmental Degradation : Causes for degradation – its effect . Control of air , water , soil and noise pollutions . Protections of ozone layer.
Waste management : Agricultural , urban and industrial waste .
Sustainable development : Definition and concept . Technology for sustainable energy and material s.
SYLLABUS OF AMIE Exams : Sections B ( ELECTRICAL Engineering )
IC 402 Engineering Management
EC 403 Power system
EC 404 Circuit and field theory
EC 405 Electrical machines
EC 406 Measurement and control
EC 407 Design of electrical systems
( Any three from Any one Group )
Group I Power systems
EC 411 Energy systems
EC 412 Power electronics
EC 413 High voltage Engineering and power Apparatus
EC 414 Power systems performance
EC 415 Micro – processors and micro – controllers
Group II Electrical Machines and Drives
EC 421 Advanced Aspects of Electrical Machines
EC 422 Power electronic
EC 423 Electrical Drives
EC 424 Electrical power Utilization
EC 425 Micro- processors and Micro – controllers
Group III control and Instrumentation
EC 431 Control theory
EC 432 Power electronics
EC 433 Process Control Systems
EC 434 Instruments Systems
EC 435 Micro processors and Micro controllers
SYLLABUS OF AMIE Exams : Sections B ( MECHANICAL Engineering )
IC 402 Engineering Management
EC 403 Mechanics of solids
EC 404 Mechanics of Fluids
EC 405 Thermal Science and Engineering
EC 406 Manufacturing Technology
EC 407 Design of Machines Elements
( Any three from Any one Group )
Group I Thermal Engineering
EC 411 Refrigeration and Air – Conditioning
EC 412 Power Plant Engineering
EC 413 Non- conventional Energy Systems
EC 414 Internal Combustion Engines
EC 415 Turbo- machinery
Group II Engineering Design
EC 421 Design of Mechanical Systems
EC 422 Optimization – Theory and Applications
EC 423 Analysis and synthesis of Mechanisms and Machines
EC 424 Design of machine tools
EC 425 Computer Aided Engineering Design
Group III Manufacturing Engineering
EC 431 Manufacturing Science
EC 432 Computer Aided Manufacturing
EC 433 Tools and Die Design
EC 434 Manufacturing Automation
EC 435 Production Management
Syllabus of AMIE Exam : Section B ( Civil Engineering )
IC 402 Engineering Management
CV 403 Civil Engineering’s Materials and Construction Practices
CV 404 Geo – technical and foundation Engineering’s
CV 405 Water resources system
CV 406 principles of Geo- informatics
CV 407 Analysis and design of structures
( Any three from any one Group )
Group I Structural Engineering
CV 4I1 Advanced structural analysis
CV 4I2 Design of RCC and Pre- stressed concrete structures
CV 4I3 Design of steel structure
CV 4I4 Structural Dynamics
CV 4I5 Seismic Design of Structure
Group II environmental engineering
CV 12 principle of environmental engineering
CV 42 environmental engineering’s – process and management
CV 423 air pollution and its control
CV 424 Design of water and wastewater treatment system
CV 425 Waste management and Environment impact Assessment
Group III Infrastructure and Urban Development
CV 431 Transportation engineering
CV 432 Traffic and transportation system
CV 433 Town planning and Urban Development
CV 434 Design of water and wastewater treatment system
CV 435 Constructions management system
Management and organizations
Management process : Definition , planning organizing , directing , controlling , coordinating , types of management
Organization Definition , planning , design and development , types of organizations.
Management planning and control : Classical , new classical and modern principle . General management scientific management , engineering , movement systems management.
Planning : Procedures , resources and constraints , objective , goal , policies and proceed ures .
Control : Setting of reference or standard , appraisal or evaluation , moitoring and controlling types of control .
Human resources planning and management , selection , recruitment , training , retraining , skill development , competence development , promotion and career development , participative management , trade unions and collective bargaining.
Management of physical Resources
Plant : site selection procedures , factors affecting selection. Layout – types and relatives merits and demerits , Maintenance – objectives , different types of associated decisions , strategies for effective maintenance , computer applications
Materials : Function , objective planning and control including inventory models with or without storage costs , price beak ( excluding dynamics and probabilistic considerations ) . Different clauses of inventory . Materials requirement planning ( MRP )
Financial management : Introduction to standards forms of financial statements , i. e. balance – sheet profit and loss , and income statement . Fixed and current assets items . Fixed and current liability items . Linkage of two successive balance – sheet through income or profit and loss statement funds flow statement . Financial ratios and their implications.
Managerial economics : concepts theory of production , marginal productivity and cost . introduction to theory of firm.
Quality management : Quality definition , quality planning , quality control and quality management total quality management , ISO 9000 system , simple quality techniques like control charts and acceptance sampling
Market king management consumer behavior , market research , product design and development pricing and promotion.
Project management : Introduction . concept of a project , project management concepts , projects simulation , cost or project and means of financing , economics evaluation criteria of the project, project implementation , project planning , Scheduling and monitoring project control ( PERT, CPM techniques including crashing ) Project evaluation.
Information technology and management . Role of information , management information system and decision , support system , information technology introduction to e- business , e- commerce and integration tools like enterprise resources planning ( ERP )
CIVIL ENGINEERING MATERIALS & CONJSTRUCTION practices
Introduction to civil engineering materials – stone , timber , cement , steel , plastic , concrete engineering properties of materials density, strength ( compressive , tensile , flexure , shear etc ) modulus of elasticity , fatigue, limit , creep, shrinkage, relaxation, permeability , fire resistance Materials and environment- effect of environment on materials . Classification of environment- temperature , humidity rain , fire .
Steel : Manufacture , rolled sections, properties, classifications.
Cement : Manufacture – wet and dry processes , constituents and constitution , properties setting strength , durability , classification – high early strength , low alkali, rapid hardening .
Concrete : Constituents coarse and fine aggregates , cement , water , mineral admixtures – fly ash blast furnace, slag, silica fume. Chemical admixture – air entraining set retarding and accelerating, super plasticising. Fresh concrete workability , air content , segregation . Hardened concrete – strength , hardness , modulus of elasticity , modulus of rupture . Special concrete – fibre- , rein forced shortcrete, underwater, high strength . Deterioration and durability – reinforcement, corrosion. Carbonation . alkali aggregate reaction.
Bricks : Manufacture , classification . Other materials Standards need to have standards and some common international standards . Revalent Indian standards ( commonly used standards to be listed with brief description ) . Quality control . Non – destructive testing and evaluation
Construction practices : standards revelnt to quality control as site . Safety issues . Quantities and estimation . Tender document . Contracts – unit rate, lumpsum, turnkey. Project management- CPM,, PERT , bar charts , pie diagrams , escalation , depreciation.
GEOTECHNICAL AND FOUNDATION ENGINEERING
Introduction to soil machine , examples of geotechnical engineering applications. Description of assemblage and individual particles, classification , etc . soil types.
Geostatic stresses , stresses due to applied loads , stress point, stress paths , principle of effective stress. Soil water systems , capillarity , flow through soils . Darcy’s law , tests top determine the coefficient of permeability in the lab and in situ , one dimensional flow, total elevation and pressure heads , piping / quicksand condition .
Two – dimensional flow, seepage, continuity , methods of solution , confined and unconfined flows , flow nets etc. Tests for strength and stress strain relations stress paths unconfined flows , flow nets etc. Tests for strength and stress strain relation , stress paths .
One Dimensional compression test, compressibility parameters , maximum past consolidation pressure , OCR , phenmeon of consolidation , Terzaghi theory , coefficients of consolidation and secondary compression ( creep ) , consolidation under construction loading , vertical drains , radial flow consolidation , etc. Strength and triaxial testing , Mohr- coulomb strength criterion,. Drained , consolidation , underined and undrained tests, strength of sands loose and dense ) and fine grained ( NC and OC ) soils partially saturated soils , volume changes ( dilation and contraction ) due to shear stresses
Characterization of ground , site investigation , methods of drilling / boring , sampling and in situ tests SPT, CPT, plate load test and its limitations , groundwater levels etc.
Bearing capacity of foundation , general , local and punching shear theories , corrections for different conditions , ultimate and allowable pressure , methods based on in situ tests.
Settlement of foundation , one – two and three dimensional approaches immediate consolidation and creep settlement , stress path method , methods , methods based on III situ tests, etc .
Choice of type of foundation , shallow/ deep, isolated , combined , strap , trapezoidal or mat foundation , contact pressure , distribution , basic of footing design . Ground improvement methods , preloading , vertical drains vibrocompaction , stone columns , heavy tamping , etc .
Earth pressure theories , coulomb and Rankin theories , effect of layering water level etc. Retaining walls , types gravity , cantilever, counter fort, reinforced earth ete. Design methods checking for stability
WATER RESOURCES SYSTEMS
Introduction to water resources systems . Elements of a water system , concept of a system. Systems analysis techniques issues in systems approach , advantage and limitation of systems approach , challenges in water sector.
Acquisition and processing of water resources data. Types of data, design of hydromet networks data validation , acquisition and processing of precipitations ands other meteorological data, acquisition and processing of stream flow data, water quality and other data , water sources information systems.
Emerging Techniques for data Acquisition and system modeling remote sensing , geographic information systems..
Statistical techniques for data Analysis , random variable , cumulative distribution function, probability distribution function characteristic . Normal distribution , extreme value type I distribution , Gamma distribution , Pearson type HI distribution , Discrete probability distribution method of moments for continuous and discrete system , problems of parameter estimation , hypothesis testing ; test , Chi – square distribution , linear regression , correlation analysis . Frequency analysis ; Frequency factor method , time series analysis , auto regression and moving average models.
System Analysis Techniques . Optimization , Kuhn – Tucker condition . Linear programming standard form , graphical solution , simplex method , duality , piecewise linearization , simulation .
Economics considerations . Basic principles of project economics , demand utility of water , project economics band nevaluation , discounting techniques , benefit – cost ratio method , present worth and rate of return and annual cost methods , project – feasibility and optimality .
EWnvironment and social consideration . Water in environment , environmental impact of water resources projects , environmental impact of reservoirs , environmental problems in command areas , environmental impact assessment, sustainable development , social impacts. Water resources planning stages in water resources planning , data collections and processing estimation of future water demands , preliminary planning, institutional set- up . public involvement formulation and screening of alternatives , models for water resources planning sensitivity analysis
Reservoir sizing need for reservoirs , classification of reservoirs , water uses , reservoir planning estimation of water yield , hydro – power generation , reservoir losses , water balances of a reservoir b, storage requirement for conservation purpose . Mass curve method, sequent peak algorithm , flood control storage capacity , reservoir rounting .
PRINCIPLES OF GEOINFORMATICS
Introduction to surveying : objective , classification of surveys , Indian topographic series , map reading.
Linear measurements : Distance measurements with chain and tapes , correction to measured length field survey by chains / tapes .
Compass surveying : true and magnetic bearings , local attraction , force and back bearings , various types of compasses and application details plotting, adjustment of compass traverse using graphical approach.
Leveling : Concept of Geold , ellipsoid , MSL and level surface , methods of leveling determination of height , booking of leveling operation, types , sensitivity of the bubble , trigonometric leveling curvature and refraction effects .
Contouring : Guidelines for preparation of contour m; Ip s , method s of contouring.
Plane Tabling ( PT ) : Accessories in PT , methods of contouring.
Theodolites : Measurements of horizontal and vertical angles , difference in vernier and microplic theodoiltes , methods of recording angles .
Errors and adjustment : Accuracy and precision , propagation of variance / covariance and adjustment of errors using observation equation and condition equation approach ( matrix based solution )
Tacheometric surveys: Principle and basic sytem , subtanse bar, various types of tachometers ploytting with tacheometers
Curves : Classification elements of simple circular compound , reverse , transition vertical curves , setting of curves .
Triangulation : purpose of triangulation , classification , strength of figure , well conditioned triangle , triangulation , figure , reconnaissance and station selection , intervisibility of station signal and towers , base lining , computation and adjustment in triangulation , satellite station.
EDM : principles and application , instruments : Geodiameter , Tellurometer , Distomat , etc
Digital theodolites / total station / GPS : principle and applications
Introduction to photogrammetric : Compression of serial photographs and topographic maps, definition of basic terms, perspective of near – vertical photograph , scale and coordinates from photographs , stereoscopy , parallel bar measurement , determination of heights , principle of radial line triangulation, assumption , limitations and errors.
Introduction to remote sensing : remote sensing system , data acquisition and processing . EMR and spectrum , atmosphere window , interaction mechanisms , multi – concept , sensors and platform . Interpolation of aerial photographs and satellite imagery and their interaction
ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF STRUCTURES
Stability and determinacy of structure.
Review of shear force and bending moment diagrams in beams and frames .
Plane trusses : method of joints and method of sections . Deflections of trusses ( virtual work method ) deflections of beams and frames
Method of virtual work by Castigliano’s theorem;
Moment area method and conjugate beam method . Influence line diagram and moving loads three hinged arches and cables
Analysis of statically indeterminate structure . Forces and stiffness method of analysis
Plane truss using method of consistent deformation . Beam and frames.
Method of consistent deformation , three moment equation , slope deflection equations , moment distribution method , Kani’s method
Structural fasteners ( rivets, welds , bolts )
Design of tension members
Design of compressive members
Design of beams ( rolled section , build – up sections ) Design of bolted ( eccentric ) connections
Design of welded plate girder.
Design of industrial buildings ( gantry girder, roof trusses etc)
Design of beam columns and column bases. Design of RCC beams , columns , slabs and footing by working stress method of design
ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS
Matrix analysis , displacement and force method : computers and structural analysis : brief discussion on analysis procedures with introduction to displacement and force method ; basic structural system and mathematical model ; coordinate system, joint displacement and joint loads; statically determinate and indeterminate structure ; Kinematically determinate and indeterminate structures.
Member end load matrix : member deformation matrix ; influence coefficients ; global flexibility matrix ; global stiffness matrix ; local member flexibility and stiffness matrices : planbe frame members ; space frame members.
Flexibility analysis of statically determinate structure : computer program for flexibility analysis ; flexibility analysis of statically indeterminate structure ; computer program for flexibility analysis for statically indeterminate structures.
Stiffness analysis method ; computer program for stiffness analysis of kinematically determinate systems ; stiffness analysis of kinematically determinate plain frame ; stiffness analysis of kinematically indeterminate systems ; assembly process for obtaining global stiffness matrix from member stiffness matrices for plane truss, space truss, plane frame and space frame
Stress analysis and failure criteria , analysis of stress and strain – principle stresses and strains , deviaiorric stress and strain invariants ; compatibility conditions ; and equilibrium equation . Failure criteria stress – strains relations for anisotropic and isotropic elastic materials yield ( failure ) criteria .
Stress concern ration . Fatigue failure .
Plates and shells ; thin plate bending theory , thin plate bending solutions ; membrane theory of shells ; bending theory – circular cylindrical shells .
DESIGN OF RCC AND PRESTRESSED CONCRETE STRUCTURES
Introductions to working stress and limit states / design . Working stress design of rectangular beams
Working stress design of T- beams . Design of tension members and compression members Limit states , design of beam.
Design of two – way slabs, design of circular slabs , and design of flat slabs
Design of miscellaneous structure – staircase curved beam , lintel etc
Limit state , design of columns . design of members under combined bending and direct stresses.
Design of footings and design of bridges .
Design of liquid retaining structures.
Design of prestressed concrete structure . Design of masonry structures.
DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES
Industrial buildings : loads classification and types of buildings , braced and unbraced buildings. Steel towers : Transmission line towers ; microwave towers ; guyed towers
Multistoried buildings : Analysis type of loads and design.
Other miscellaneous topics : steel bridges ; pressure vessels ; water tanks , chimneys , etc
Single degree of freedom systems : equations of motion . free vibrations , damping , response to harmonic excitation . Response to general dynamics loading . Duhamel’s integral numerical methods .
Response spectrum : concept . deformation , pseudo- velocity and pseudo – acceleration response spectra . Analysis is of SDOF systems using response spectrum . Difference between response spectrum and design spectrum .
Multi degree of freedom system : equation of motion. Free vibrations , natural frequencies and modes. Free vibtarion analysis for classically damped systems . Damped matrix . Rayleigh damping. Modal analysis Earthquake analysis of linear systems by response spectrum method.
Continuous system : Equations of motions . Natural frequencies and modes . Model orthogonality earthquake response spectrum analysis.
SEISMIC DESIGN OF STRUCTURES
Characteristics of earthquake : Earthquake terminology . Magnitude , Intensity . measurement of ground motion . Frequency- magnitude relationship . Liquefaction.
Strong ground motion : Acceleration time histories . peak parameters ( peak ground acceleration / velocity / displacement ) . response spectrum site effect
Earthquake analysis of structure: Idealisation onstructure . response spectrum analysis equivalent forces concept. Torsionally coupled systems
Concepts of earthquake – resistant design : objectives . Ductility , ductility reduction factor , over strength response reduction factor . Design response spectrum . Lateral stiffness . building configuration .Base oisolation . concepts of structural control.
Building codes : Performance of building in past earthquakes Historical perspective on code development Indian code ( IS 1893 ) provisions for buildings
Detailing of reinforced concrete and masonry buildings . Provisions of IS 13920, IS 4326 , IS 13827 . Retrofitting and strengthening of building ( IS 13935)
Other structure : introductions to concept of seismic design for bridge and liquid retaining tanks .
PRINCIPLES OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
Environmental engineering : introduction and scope . Ecology and environment – definitions and interaction, anthropogenic effects .Pollution and environmental quality : air and water quality parameters , variation of water quality in the hydro geologic cycle , beneficial uses of water , water ity criteria and standards for various beneficial uses , air quality criteria , ambient air standards
Pollutants : Definition , significance , measurement ( both air an water )
Wastes solids , liquid and gaseous , and their sources and characterics
Water and wastewater quality estimatiuon : Population forecast , water demand for various purpose variation in quantity of water and wastewater.
Overview and elements of water supply scheme
Water / waste water quality enhancement : unit operations and processes , physic – chemical vs. biological method , solid – liquid separation , grit removal , screening , commutation , mixing equalization , coagulation, flocculation , disinfection aeration and gas transfer , precipitation , softening, adsorption , adsorption and ion exchange
Surface and groundwater treatment5 : Sequencing of unit operations and processes , plant layout , hydraulic considerations – Rural water supply and sanitation.
Wastewater collection system and water distribution system : Review of analysis , design and appurtenances .
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERINGS- PROCESS & MANAGEMENT
Introduction : review of environmental engineering’s
Biological processes for water and wastewater quality enhancement . Microbiological aspects , classification of bioprocess , aerbic and anaerobic process , dispersed and immobilized growth systems , reactor analysis , unit operations and processes , aerobic dispersed growth systems – activated sludge process and its modifications , aerobic immobilized growth system trickling filters , rotating biological contactors , anaerobic processes – conventional , stationary and mobile , fixed film , sludge blanket , ponds and lagoons , septic tanks
Overview and elements of wastewater disposal scheme : primary , secondary and tertiary treatment , sequencing of unit operations and processes , plant layout , hydraulic consideration
Disposal of wastes : liquid – inland waters , on land , ocean; disposal standards – effluents and stream gaseous – atmosphere dispersion meteorological and stack factors , emission standards
Air pollution control : Stack height estimation , particular removal mechanisms and processes reduction of gaseous pollutants – ads orption , absorption, neutralization , incineration.
Solid waste management : collections , classification , reduction – quantity and hazard potential composting . land filling , incineration ground water pollution .
Noise pollution and hazardous waste management : Definition , measurement , control measures
Environmental impact and auditing : Environmental impact and assessment – statements and methodologies , environmental laws – special constitutional provisions , role of federal and state governments and NGO s in monitoring and control of environmental pollution and resources, environmental auditing.
AIR POLLUTION AND ITS CONTROL
Introduction : history of air pollution , air pollution systems , concepts of air quality , air quality criteria and standards , atmospheric chemistry and philosophy of air pollution contro
SYLLABUS OF AMIE Exams : Sections B ( ELECTRONICS And Communication Engineering )
IC 402 Engineering Management
EC 403 Communication Engineering
EC 404 Circuit theory and control
EC 405 Micro- processors and micro – controllers
EC 406 Electronic Circuits
EC 407 Design of electronic Device and circuits
( Any three from Any one Group )
Group I Telecommunication Engineering
EC 411 Broadcast and Television Engineering
EC 412 Radar and Antenna Engineering
EC 413 Microwave Engineering
EC 414 Optical and satellite Communication
EC 415 Computer Network and Communication
Group II Integrated circuits & systems Engineering
EC 421 Digital Hardware Design
EC 422 Pulse and Digital Circuit
EC 423 IC Design Techniques
EC 424 Solid state physics and semiconductor device
Group III control and Instrumentation
EC 431 Sensors and Transducers
EC 432 Industrial instrumentation and computer control
EC 433 Biomedical electronics
EC 434 Signal processing
EC 435 Control system