BTech

B.Tech Program in Navrachana University has five branches – Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Information Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering.  Engineering education and profession is a challenging and rewarding for young students who are talented and creative. It calls for developing expertise in designing technological systems to benefit the society. In addition, the problem-solving strategies learned in engineering are readily transferable and they are in high demand in a variety of professions, including medicine, law and business. NUV’s B.Tech education is best termed as “rigorous and broad” and aims to produce technological leaders who are both creative and entrepreneurial.

While the curriculum of all B.Tech programs have some common pattern in the courses, however, every program has educational characteristic unique to its own. The programs have a definite academic philosophy and pedagogy which imparts a distinct identity in NUV’s technical education.We follow a credit-based semester system that is followed internationally and take some time to understand the system and the grading pattern. In addition, the B.Tech program will provides a holistic education through courses in Basic Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences and Management. Science and Engineering education is supported through hands-on work in state-of-the-art laboratories and strong emphasis is placed on concurrently running theory  and lab courses so academic knowledge gets validated first hand. In addition, every student receives a strong education in Computer Programming and they get to develop expertise indiscipline-specific computerized tools.

Our education is built on a strong Industry-Academia partnership. The University is founded by Jyoti Ltd., and it supports education at the University. We are constantly partnering with other industries in and around Baroda through our Industry-Connect initiative to forge a relationship where they are equal partners in the classroom. Professionals routinely take part in classroom education to expose students to industrial realities and become professionals. Students also participate in real-life project to receive practical education.

There are several defining characterises about our B.Tech program:

General Education: General education is an important aspect of our education. We place strong emphasis on English, communication, Critical thinking technical reading and writing, environmental science and soft skills. Students get to study Economics and —– as part of the General Education at the university.

Foundational Courses: Engineering is the applied knowledge of scientific principles to analyze, design and develop a new device or machines. It is important to connect science and engineering curriculum. B.Tech curriculum integrates engineering with basic science courses for the preparedness of student’s foundation and for improving student’s understanding about engineering and technology. We place strong emphasis on physics, chemistry, Mathematics and including operation research.

Project based Education:

Practical Education: While early education in B.Tech is theory-focused and academic; in the first two year the education is through Experiential Engineering and later years the education is hands-on project based and students apply what gets taught in the classrooms. Upper level students undertake design projects to learn constructing working prototypes that solve problems confronting the Indian society.

Cross-disciplinary  Education: Cross-disciplinary education is another hallmark of our B.Tech education. Students from one discipline have a choice to take courses from another engineering discipline. For example Mechanical Engineering students choose a range of courses from Electrical, Civil or Computer Engineering programs. This helps to expand disciplinary boundaries, explore opportunities to fuse information and create new disciplines like Mechatronics.

Interdisciplinary Education: To provide comprehensive and broad-based education we offer interdisciplinary spanning over three semesters and students can choose courses from a basket of electives in management, education, design offered by programs across the university. This helps in the making T-shaped students who have a broad education through cross and interdisciplinary education and a focused expertise through disciplinary education.

Khoj: BTech students join other students from across the university to participate in Khoj – a hand-on interdisciplinary course in social innovation. They explore problems challenging the society, learn from people, engage them in co-creating new innovations of social relevance. This course teaches students important lessons in problem-solving through technology, co-creation and how to detect opportunity to create win-win innovations.  They also become a valuable member of the society.

Entrepreneurship Education: All students receive Entrepreneurship education at NUV as we believe in producing “job creators” in addition to “job seekers”. Consequently they take at least on Entrepreneurship course during their education at the university. Students can sign up for additional Entrepreneurship courses through Independent Study and with a faculty to receive education.  This helps students become entrepreneurs and also prepare for employment as employers seek out students with entrepreneurial skills.

Independent Study and Extra-Credit: NUV subscribes to the, “Be What You Want To Be” motto. So it has instituted the system of Independent Study and Extra-Credit. Independent Study is designed to help students undertake self-driven education of interest to them. In collaboration of a faculty, a student can choose to pursue areas of education outside of what gets offered in the classroom and receive academic credit at no extra cost. For example, a B.Tech student wanting to develop a new technology or study a new area or gain additional experience in an industry, can register for an Independent Study course with a faculty and receive academic credits. However, this is only open to students in second year and beyond. Similarly Extra Credit is designed to offer: “more marks for more work” through grades. Students can better academic performance by doing extra work or gain organizing knowledge by arranging an event or hold and attend talks under Extra Credit and receive additional marks. Consult your faculty about taking advantage of this and about how to further your education at NUV.

  • Civil Engineering curriculum is broadly divided into Structural Engineering, Water Resources, Geo-technical, Transportation, Environmental and Surveying.  It also lays considerable emphasis on infrastructure management through subjects like Roads, Harbors, Railways, airports, Highways and Buildings. The curriculum combines theory with laboratory work and prepares students to develop and apply technology related to operation and maintenance of the built-environment as well as structural performance of different materials and geometries. Civil Engineering curriculum also includes courses on computational mechanics which is an interdisciplinary field which combines knowledge and application of mechanics, mathematics and computer science to various solid bodies .Such courses are finite elements and numerical methods. The curriculum is composed of the core courses on analysis, design, construction, maintenance and estimation. Among the discipline, some foundational courses such as solid mechanics, engineering mechanics and fluid mechanics are included for preparing the base.
  • Electrical Engineering curriculum is flexible and places an emphasis on theory, practical experience and entrepreneurship education. As a result, students have an opportunity to map out a unique program to suit their interest and goal. Electrical Engineering is a core branch of Engineering. It is an evergreen branch.Engineers are required by Industries for operational, maintenance, research and development and manufacturing purposes.For graduates, job opportunities are available in Government as well as Private sector. Talking about Government sector jobs, the prime recruiters are- BHEL, Indian Railways, Indian Armed Forces, ONGC, Thermal Power Plants, Power Stations, State wise Electricity Boards, PWD Department etc. Most private manufacturing units and industries make use of electricity and machines. Thus, it is safe to say that directly or indirectly, a large proportion of industries hire Electrical Engineers! NVU syllabus covers a wide range of courses in electrical engineering including courses on power system, power electronics, electrical machines, control system, analog and digital instrumentation and measurement, communication, high voltage, micro controller and DSP.  Electrical Engineering curriculum emphasizes on developing ability to apply knowledge of mathematics and science to solve engineering problems. Ability to design a system, component and process to meet electrical and electronics engineering standards. In summary, the electrical engineering curriculum is designed to prepare graduates for current and future opportunities in higher Education, industry, self employment/ Entrepreneurship.
  • Mechanical engineering curriculum offers students an understanding of and builds expertise in mechanics and of the thermal energy sciences. They learn to perform interactive design tasks using computers and select the most appropriate materials for a specific application. They also become familiar with the chemical and electrical sciences, essential to undertake total design and implementation of a mechanical system. They also learn sustainable methods to design complex systems abs solve technical problems. Upper level students focus on problems related to mechanical and materials engineering. In addition to courses in science, mathematics and HSSM components, the curriculum offers common courses on Engineering Mechanics, Material Technology, Control System, Machine Design Practice, Thermal and Manufacturing and energy conservation.
  • Computer Science and Engineering curriculum places an emphasis on basic theory to develop a sound framework related to computing technology, and it focuses on imparting practical experience and entrepreneurship. They learn to perform interactive design tasks of software using computers. They also learn to keep the ecosystem in mind when designing solutions to technical nature. Upper level students focus on solving problems related to computer science and engineering and materials science. In addition to science and  mathematics, the curriculum builds expertise in Web technology, Data structures, Object oriented programming, Database management systems, Computer Graphics, Computer Vision, Computer Networking, Programming using .NET, Information Security, Artificial Intelligence, Mobile computing, Data Analytics, Compiler design, Sensors and Cloud Computing, Network and Embedded System Security
  • Information Technology discipline is a very dynamic discipline having paradigm shift in technology on regular basis. Technologies like Internet of Things, Data Science, Machine Learning and Deep Learning were unheard before few years, but today, these technologies are impacting each sector from manufacturing to marketing and from healthcare to construction. In the contemporary world of globalization, it is mandatory for students to know two extreme ends of the technology i.e. basic fundamentals and latest advancements or inventions, for example, a subject like data science demands thorough understanding of classic and discrete mathematics. As technology is changing rapidly in information technology domain, our primary focus is on developing adaptable IT professionals who can acclimatize to any new future technology. Information Technology curriculum designed in coordination with industry experts will facilitate to provide industry ready professionals. Super-specialization offered to students in latest technologies like IoT, Data Science, Machine Learning/Deep Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and Networking will bridge gap between academic and industry. Our vision is to create IT professionals who make a positive difference to the society.The courses are made up of theory classes and labs; one credit of class equals one contact hour per week of instruction and one half credit lab equals half hour in the laboratory. The evaluation process in theory and laboratory observe a continuous evaluation system and end semester evaluation system.
Important Dates For 25% All India Categories (On Vacant Seats)
Last date for receiving complete Application Form with documents 28/06/2019
Announcement of Merit List on Navrachana University website 01/07/2019
Seat allotment with fees payment at Navrachana University Vadodara (All India Categories) 03/07/2019
Commencement of the first semester As per ACPC

Eligibility :

HSC (10+2) with Science (A group) or equivalent

Admission Process :

Admission to 75% seats (Gujarat Seats) of the Program will be through ACPC (Admission Committee for Professional Courses), Government of Gujarat on basis of the merit list prepared by the ACPC.

The remaining 25% seats (All out-of-the-state applications) will be filled from the all India candidates (including Gujarat) on the basis of percentile score in JEE (Main) examination.For 25 % seats (All India Seats) Admissions Click Here.

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Civil Engineering

Course Structure
Semester – I
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Free Hand Drawing 1
2 Critical Thinking and Technical Reading 1
3 Computer Programming and Utilization\
Computer Programming and Utilization Laboratory
3.5
4 Experiential Engineering 1
5 Mathematics I 4
6 Physics Laboratory 1.5
7 Chemistry\ Chemistry Laboratory 4.5
8 Building Construction 3
Semester – II
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Critical Thinking and Technical Reading 1
2 Experiential Engineering 1
3 Interdisciplinary Elective I 2
4 Mathematics II 4
5 Applied Mechanics \ Applied Mechanics Laboratory 4.5
6 Engineering Drawing \ Engineering Drawing Laboratory 3.5
7 Workshop Practices I 1.5
8 Electrical Technology \ Electrical Technology Laboratory 3.5
9 Environmental Science 3
Semester – III
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Interdisciplinary Elective II 2
2 Experiential Engineering 1
3 Critical Thinking and Technical Reading 1
4 Geodesy 4.5
5 Mathematics III 4
6 Solid Mechanics \Solid Mechanics Laboratory 5.5
7 Mechanics 4
8 Geotechnical Engineering I \ Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory 4.5
Semester – IV
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Course on Humanities 2
2 Experiential Engineering 1
3 Technical Reading and Critical Thinking 1
4 Theory of Structures I 3
5 Geotechnical Engineering II 3
6 Concrete and Construction Technology \ Concrete Technology Laboratory 4.5
7 Fluid Mechanics I \ Fluid Mechanics I Laboratory 4.5
8 Transportation Engineering I\Transportation Engineering I Laboratory 4.5
Semester – V
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Critical Thinking and Technical Reading 1
2 Theory of Structures II 3
3 Fluid Mechanics II \ Fluid Mechanics II Laboratory 4.5
4 Design of Structures I \ Design of Structures I Laboratory 4.5
5 Environmental Engineering I \ Environmental Engineering I Laboratory 3
6 Transportation Engineering II 3
7 Numerical Methods 2
Semester – VI
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Critical Thinking and Technical Reading 1
2 Water Resources Engineering \ Water Resources Engineering Laboratory 4.5
3 Design of Structures II\ Design of Structures II Laboratory 4.5
4 Matrix Analysis of Framed Structures \ Matrix Analysis of Framed Structures Laboratory 5.5
5 Environmental Engineering II \ 4.5
6 Workshop Practice II 1.5
7 Plumbing and Sanitization 2
Semester – VII
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Critical Thinking and Technical Reading 1
2 Hydraulic Structures 3
3 Design of Special Structures 3
4 Entrepreneurship 3
5 Estimating and Costing 3
6 CORE ELECTIVE I 3
7 BTech Project I 4
Semester – VIII
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Critical Thinking and Technical Reading 1
2 Introduction to Finite Element Methods 3
3 CORE ELECTIVE II 3
4 Structural Dynamics & Earthquake Engineering 3
5 Computer Analysis & Design of Structures LAB 1.5
6 BTech Project II 12
7 KHOJ 3

Electrical Engineering

Programme Description

B.Tech Electrical Engineering education and profession is challenging and rewarding for young students who are talented and creative. It calls for developing expertise in designing technological systems to benefit society. In addition, the problem-solving strategies learned in Electrical Engineering are readily transferable and they are in high demand in a variety of professions, including medicine, law, and business. B. Tech Electrical Engineering education is best termed as “rigorous and broad” and aims to produce technological leaders who are both creative and entrepreneurial.

Programme Objectives

B.Tech Electrical Engineering Education will provide a holistic education through courses in Basic Sciences, Humanities, and Management. Science and Engineering education is supported through hands-on work in state-of-the-art laboratories and strong emphasis is placed on concurrently running theory and lab courses so academic knowledge gets validated first hand. In addition, every student receives a strong education in Computer Programming and they get to develop expertise indiscipline-specific computerized tools like embedded controller and Internet of Things used nowadays.

Our education is built on a strong Industry-Academia partnership. The University is founded by Jyoti Ltd., and it supports education at the University. We are constantly partnering with other industries in and around Baroda through our Industry-Connect initiative to forge a relationship where they are equal partners in the classroom. Professionals routinely take part in classroom education to expose students to industrial realities and become professionals. Students also participate in a real-life project to receive practical education.

Electrical Engineering curriculum is flexible and places an emphasis on theory, practical experience, and entrepreneurship education. As a result, students have an opportunity to map out a unique program to suit their interest and goal. Electrical Engineering is a core branch of Engineering. It is an evergreen branch. Engineers are required by Industries for operational, maintenance, research and development and manufacturing purposes. For graduates, job opportunities are available in Government as well as Private sector. Talking about Government sector jobs, the prime recruiters are- BHEL, Indian Railways, Indian Armed Forces, ONGC, Thermal Power Plants, Power Stations, State wise Electricity Boards, PWD Department, etc. Most private manufacturing units and industries make use of electricity and machines. Thus, it is safe to say that directly or indirectly, a large proportion of industries hire Electrical Engineers! NVU syllabus covers a wide range of courses in electrical engineering including courses on the power system, power electronics, electrical machines, control system, analog and digital instrumentation and measurement, Electronics communication and Networking, high voltage, microcontroller and Fundamentals of Internet of things.  Electrical Engineering curriculum emphasizes on developing the ability to apply knowledge of mathematics and science to solve engineering problems. Ability to design a system, component, and process to meet electrical and electronics engineering standards. In summary, the electrical engineering curriculum is designed to prepare graduates for current and future opportunities in Higher Education, industry, self-employment/ Entrepreneurship.

Program Structure

General Education: General education is an important aspect of our education. We place a strong emphasis on Critical Thinking and Technical Reading and Writing, communication, Environmental science, and Soft skills as part of the General Education at the university.

Foundational Education: Engineering is the applied knowledge of scientific principles to analyze, design and develop a new device or machines.  It is important to connect science and engineering curriculum. B.Tech curriculum integrates engineering with basic science courses for the preparedness of student’s foundation and for improving student’s understanding about engineering and technology. We place a strong emphasis on physics, chemistry, Mathematics.

Project based Education: While early education in B.Tech is theory-focused and academic; in the later years the education is hands-on project-based and students apply what gets taught in the classrooms. Upper level students i.e third and final year students undertake design projects to learn constructing working prototypes that solve problems confronting the Indian society. We have also introduced experiential engineering in two semesters which are purely on hands-on work on daily practical problems and issues.

Core Education: A wide range of core courses in electrical engineering including courses on Basic Circuits and Networks, power systems and its protections, power electronics, electrical machines and its design, control system, Analog & Digital Electronics, analog and digital instrumentation and measurement, Electronics communication and Networking, High Voltage Engineering, microcontroller and Fundamentals of Internet of things.

Cross-disciplinary Education: Cross-disciplinary education is another hallmark of our B. Tech education. Students from one discipline have a choice to take courses from another engineering discipline. For example Electrical Engineering students choose a range of courses from Mechanical, Civil, Information Technology or Computer Science Engineering programs. This helps to expand disciplinary boundaries, explore opportunities to fuse information and create new disciplines.

Interdisciplinary Education:To provide comprehensive and broad-based education we offer interdisciplinary spanning over two semesters and students can choose courses from a basket of electives in management, education, the design offered by programs across the university. This helps in making T-shaped students who have a broad education through cross and interdisciplinary education and focused expertise through disciplinary education.

Entrepreneurship Education: All students receive Entrepreneurship education at NUV as we believe in producing “job creators” in addition to “job seekers”. Consequently, they take at least one Entrepreneurship course during their education at the university. Students can sign up for additional Entrepreneurship courses through Independent Study and with a faculty to receive an education.  This helps students become entrepreneurs and also prepare for employment as employers seek out students with entrepreneurial skills.

Course Assessment: 

The University follows a continuous evaluation system consisting of internal and external assessment components. Modes of internal assessment include home assignments, tutorial assignments, laboratory work, group assignments, quizzes, mid-semester tests/examinations (open or closed book), viva‐voce, live projects, etc.

The end‐semester examination or any exhaustive project involving external assessors is treated as a component of external assessment.

The distribution of weight between internal and external assessment for different academic programs is at the discretion of the school. However, the University recommends the distribution in proportion 60:40 (60% for internal components and 40% for an end semester exam or a similar component). A student is required to obtain a minimum of 40% in each component.

Each course in charge is expected to inform students the weight of different components of continuous evaluation in the course syllabus and prepare them accordingly through the semester. Course In charge is also expected to regularly inform them (students) about their performance in each internal component.

Classroom participation is considered to be an important part of the overall teaching learning process, thus it is recommended that at least 10% weightage is allocated for classroom participation per course during the semester.

Semester I
Course Code Course Name Credit Structure

L T P C
 EE113 Electromagnetic & Electrostatic
1 0 0 1
CE101 Applied Mechanics
2 1 0 3
CE111 Applied Mechanics Laboratory
0 0 2 1
MA 101 Mathematics – I
3 0 0 3
CH101 Chemistry
2 1 0 3
CH111 Chemistry Laboratory
0 0 2 1
ME111 Workshop Practices
0 0 3 1.5
 EE106 Experiential Engineering-I
0 0 2 1
  EE110 Power Plant Engineering
2 0 0 2
 CT101 Critical Thinking/Technical Reading and Writing-I
0 0 2 1
TOTAL
10 2 11 17.5
Semester II
MA102 Mathematics-II
3 0 0 3
Physics for Electrical Engineering
3 1 0 4
Physics for Electrical Engineering Laboratory
0 0 3 1.5
EE108 Engineering Drawing
2 0 0 2
EE109 Engineering Drawing Laboratory
0 0 2 1
EE202 Analog Electronics
3 0 0 3
EE204 Analog Electronics Laboratory
0 0 3 1.5
EE104 Basic Circuit Analysis
3 1 0 4
EE105 Basic Circuit Analysis Laboratory
0 0 3 1.5
EE107 Experiential Engineering-II
0 0 2 1
CT102 Critical Thinking/Technical Reading and Writing-II
0 0 2 1
Inter Disciplinary Elective I
2 0 0 2
TOTAL
16 2 15 25.5
Semester III
MA205 Mathematics-III
3 0 0 3
CS101 Computer Programming & Utilization
2 0 0 2
CS111 Computer Programming & Utilization Laboratory
0 0 3 1.5
EE206 Electrical Machines I
3 1 0 4
EE201 Network Theory
3 1 0 4
EE224 Network Theory lab
0 0 3 1.5
EE207 Electrical Machines I Laboratory
0 0 3 1.5
Inter Disciplinary Elective II
2 0 0 2
TOTAL
13 2 9 19.5
Semester IV
EE208 Digital Electronics
3 0 0 3
EE211 Electrical Machines II
3 1 0 4
EE205 Electrical Measurements
4 0 0 4
EE231 Microcontroller
4 0 0 4
EE226 Electro-Magnetic Field Theory
3 1 0 4
EE209 Digital Electronics Laboratory
0 0 3 1.5
EE212 Electrical Machines II Laboratory
0 0 3 1.5
EE208 Electrical  Measurements Laboratory
0 0 3 1.5
EE232 Microcontroller Laboratory
0 0 3 1.5
HU201 Humanities
2 0 0 2
TOTAL
19 2 12 27
Semester V
EE301 Power Electronics and Drives 1
3 0 0 3
EE321 Elements of Power Systems
4 0 0 4
EE304 Control System
3 1 0 4
Electronics Communication And Networking
3 0 0 3
EN301 Environmental Science
3 0 0 3
EE302 Power Electronics and Drives 1 Laboratory
0 0 3 1.5
Electronics Communication And Networking Laboratory
0 0 3 1.5
EE305 Control System Laboratory
0 0 3 1.5
PS301 Project I
0 0 4 2
TOTAL
17 1 13 24.5
Semester VI (*Syllabus not attached, It will be provided in AAB meeting)
EE308 Instrumentation
4 0 0 4
EE310 Power Systems Analysis
3 1 0 4
EE311 Power Electronics & Drives 2
3 0 0 3
Fundamentals of Internet of Things (IoT)*
3 0 0 3
Fundamentals of Internet of Things (IoT) Laboratory*
3 0 3 1.5
EE314 Power Electronics & Drives 2 Laboratory
0 0 3 1.5
EE319 Instrumentation Laboratory
0 0 3 1.5
PS319 Project II
0 0 3 2
TOTAL
13 1 13 20.5
Semester VII
EE403 Power Systems Operation & Control
3 0 0 3
EE405 Switch gear and Protection
4 0 0 4
EE406 Switch gear & Protection Laboratory
0 0 3 1.5
EE420 Electrical Machine Design – I
3 0 0 3
EE421 Electrical Machine Design – I Laboratory
3 0 3 1.5
MG404 Entrepreneurship
2 0 0 2
Core Elective I
3 0 0 3
PS406 B.Tech Project-I
0 0 8 4
Internship
0 0 4 2
TOTAL
15 0 18 24
Semester VIII
EE424 Electrical Machine Design – II
3 0 0 3
Renewable Energy Sources
3 0 0 3
EE425 Electrical Machine Design – II Laboratory
0 0 3 1.5
Core Elective II
3 0 0 3
PS407 B.Tech Project 2
0 0 12 6
TOTAL
9 0 15 16.5

Core Elective Subjects-I

Course code Course Name
EE408 High Voltage Engineering
EE411 Advanced Power Electronics
EE410 TV and Video Engineering
EE426 Advanced Power System
EE427 Generalized Approach to Electrical machines
Digital Signal Processing
EE428 Embedded System and Advanced Micro Controller

 

Core Elective Subjects-II

Course code Course Name
EE412 Advanced Power Converters
Special Electrical Machines
EE417 Flexible AC Transmission System (FACTs)
EE418 EHV AC/DC Transmission
IT402 Mobile Communication
EE422 Utilization of Electrical Energy

Information Technology Engineering

Course Structure
Semester – I
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Discrete Mathematics 3
2 Introduction to Electronics 4.5
3 Networking Basics 2
4 Workshop for IT 2
5 Computer Programming – I 3
6 Web Designing 2
7 Experiential Engineering-I 1
8 Free Hand Drawing 1
9 Critical Thinking and Reading 1
10 Applications of CP-I 3
11 Applications of WD 2
Semester – II
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Digital Logic Design 3
2 Computer Networks 3
3 Computer Programming – II 3
4 Data Structure and Algorithms 3
5 Database Management System 2
6 Experiential Engineering-II 1
7 Critical Thinking and Reading-II 1
8 Applications of CP-II 3
9 Applications of DSA 2
10 Applications of DBMS 2
11 Interdisciplinary course 2
4 weeks summer Social Internship of 2 credits after semester – II
Semester – III
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 System Modeling 2
2 Analysis and Design of Algorithms 3
3 Object Oriented Programming 2
4 Environmental Science 3
5 Experiential Engineering-III 1
6 Critical Thinking and Reading-III 1
7 Applications of OOP 2
8 Interdisciplinary course 2
Semester – IV
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Fundamentals of Testing 3
2 Introduction to IoT 2
3 Software Engineering 3
4 Operating System Concepts 3
5 RDBMS 2
6 .NET Technology – I 3
7 Applications of RDBMS 2
8 Applications of .NET – I 2
9 Experiential Engineering-IV 1
10 Critical Thinking and Reading-IV 1
11 Interdisciplinary course 2
4 weeks summer Corporate Internship of 2 credits after semester – IV
Semester – V
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Manual Testing methods 3
2 Data Modeling & Analysis 3
3 Data Warehousing and Data Mining 3
4 Open Source Technologies 2
5 Cloud Computing Applications 3
6 Mobile and Wireless Networks 3
7 Cloud Computing Basics 3
8 Applications of Cloud Computing 2
9 Applications of OST 2
10 Critical Thinking and Reading-V 1
11 Interdisciplinary course 2
Semester – VI
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Functional Automated Testing 2
2 Business Analysis 3
3 Distributed Databases 2
4 Network Security 2
5 Advanced Java Concepts 3
6 Advanced .NET Concepts 2
7 Applications of Functional Testing 2
8 Applications of Advanced Java Concepts 2
9 Applications of Advanced .NET Concepts 2
10 Critical Thinking and Reading-VI 1
4 weeks summer Industrial Internship of 2 credits after semester – VI
Semester – VII
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Non-functional Automated Testing 2
2 Elective
Big Data & Analytics
Database Administration
3
3 Open Source Frameworks 3
4 Artificial Intelligence 3
5 Emerging IT Trends(two electives)
Big Data
Automotion and Robotics
Machine Learning
Information Security
3
3
6 Applications of Non-functional Testing 2
7 Applications of OSF 2
8 Elective
Applications of Big Data & Analytics
Applications of DBA
2
9 Critical Thinking and Reading-VII 1
Semester – VIII
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Full Semester Industrial Internship 20
2 Independent study 2
3 Critical Thinking and Reading-VIII 1

Computer Science Engineering

Course Structure
Semester – I
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Engineering Mathematics – I 4
2 Computer Workshop 2.5
3 Introduction to Computers 3
4 Introduction to Computers Laboratory 1.5
5 Circuits and electronics 2
6 Circuits and electronics Laboratory 1.5
7 GUI based Web Design 1
8 Experiential Engineering I 1
9 Critical Thinking/Technical reading – 1 1
10 Free Hand Drawing – 1 1.5
Semester – II
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Introduction to Programming 3
2 Computer Programming Laboratory ( C ) 1.5
3 Engineering Mathematics-II 4
4 Applied Physics 3
5 Applied Physics Laboratory 1.5
6 Web technology 3
7 Web technology laboratory 1.5
8 Signals and Systems 2
9 Experiential Engineering 2 1
10 Critical Thinking/Technical reading – 2 1
11 Free Hand Drawing – 2 1.5
12 Interdisciplinary Elective- I 2
Semester – III
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Discrete Mathematics 4
2 Environmental Science 3
3 Digital logic design 3
4 Digital logic design laboratory 1.5
5 Data structures 3
6 Data structure Laboratory 1.5
7 Object oriented programming – 1 (C++) 3
8 Object oriented programming Laboratory – 1 1.5
9 Experiential Engineering 3 1
10 Critical Thinking/Technical reading – 3 1
11 Interdisciplinary elective II 2
Semester – IV
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Introduction to microprocessor 3
2 Design and Analysis of Algorithms 3
3 Design and Analysis of Algorithms Laboratory 1.5
4 Computer organization and architecture 3
5 Computer Graphics 3
6 Computer Graphics Laboratory (C++/Java/Python) 1.5
7 Object oriented programming – 2 (Java/Python) 3
8 Object oriented programming Laboratory – 2 1.5
9 Experiential Engineering 4 1
10 Critical Thinking/Technical reading – 4 1
11 Interdisciplinary elective III 2
Semester – V
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Database management systems 3
2 Database management systems Laboratory 1.5
3 Computer Networking 3
4 Computer Networking Laboratory 1
5 Operating system 3
6 System Programming Laboratory 1.5
7 Theory of Computation 3
8 Programming using .NET 3
9 Programming using .NET Laboratory 1.5
10 Critical Thinking/Technical reading – 5 1
11 Mini Project I 2
Semester – VI
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Information Security 2
2 Artificial Intelligence 3
3 Artificial Intelligence Laboratory 1.5
4 Mobile computing 3
5 Mobile Computing Laboratory 1.5
6 Compiler design 3
7 Compiler design laboratory 1.5
8 Software Engineering 3
9 Software Engineering Lab 1.5
10 Critical Thinking/Technical reading – 6 1
11 Mini Project II 3
Semester – VII
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Data Warehousing and Data Mining 3
2 Data Warehousing and Data Mining Laboratory 1
3 Embedded systems and IoT 3
4 Embedded systems and IoT laboratory 1.5
5 High performance computing and parallel processing 3
6 High performance computing and parallel processing Lab 1.5
7 Entrepreneurship 3
8 Distributed Operating System and Distributed Processing 3
9 Elective I

Distributed OS and Distributed Processing

Image Processing and Computer Vision

Mobile Application Development

3
10 Project I 3
11 Critical Thinking/Technical reading – 7 1
Semester – VIII
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Information, Network and Embedded System Security 3
2 Elective II

Sensors and Cloud Computing

Unix/Linux Programming and Administration

4.5
3 Project II 9
4 Khoj 3
5 Critical Thinking/Technical reading – 8 1

Mechanical Engineering

Course Structure
Semester – I
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Critical thinking/Technical Reading & Writing I 1
2 Experiential Engineering I 1
3 Free Hand Drawing 1
4 Environmental Science 3
5 Mathematics – 1 4
6 Physics for Mechanical Engineering 3
7 Physics Laboratory 1.5
8 Engineering Graphics 3.5
9 Engineering Mechanics 3
10 Engineering Mechanics Laboratory 1.5
11 Workshop Practice –I 1.5
Semester – II
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Critical thinking/Technical Reading & Writing II 1
2 Experiential Engineering II 1
3 Mathematics – II 4
4 Chemistry 3
5 Chemistry Laboratory 1.5
6 Strength of Material 3
7 Strength of Material Laboratory 1.5
8 Thermodynamics 4
9 Electrical Engineering 2
10 Electrical Engineering Laboratory 1.5
11 Interdisciplinary Elective 2
Semester – III
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Critical thinking/Technical Reading & Writing III 1
2 Experiential Engineering III 1
3 Numerical Methods and Computer Programming 4
4 Numerical Methods and Computer Programming Laboratory 1.5
5 Kinematics and dynamics of Machine I 4
6 Fluid Mechanics-I 4
7 Fluid Mechanics-I Laboratory 1.5
8 Engineering Metallurgy 4
9 Engineering Measurement and Metrology 3
10 Engineering Measurement and Metrology Lab 1.5
11 Interdisciplinary Elective 2
Semester – IV
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Critical thinking/Technical Reading & Writing IV 1
2 Experiential Engineering IV 1
3 Machine Design I 4
4 Machine Design I Laboratory 1.5
5 Fluid Mechanics-II 4
6 Fluid Mechanics-II Laboratory 1.5
7 Basic Electronics 3
8 Basic Electronics Laboratory 1.5
9 Manufacturing Technology I 4
10 Manufacturing Technology I Laboratory 1.5
11 Humanities 2
Semester – V
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Critical thinking/Technical Reading & Writing V 1
2 Kinematics and dynamics of Machine II 3
3 Kinematics and dynamics of Machine II Laboratory 1.5
4 Heat & Mass Transfer 4
5 Heat & Mass Transfer Laboratory 1.5
6 Energy Conversion I 4
7 Energy Conversion I Laboratory 1.5
8 Automation and Control system 3
9 Automation and Control system Laboratory 1.5
10 Manufacturing Technology II 4
11 Manufacturing Technology II Laboratory 1.5
Semester – VI
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Critical thinking/Technical Reading & Writing VI 1
2 Machine Design II 4
3 Machine Design II Laboratory 1.5
4 Energy Conversion II 3
5 Energy Conversion II Laboratory 1.5
6 Industrial Engineering & Operations Research 4
7 Core Elective I 3
8 Design & Manufacturing Projects 4
9 Entrepreneurship 3
Semester – VII
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Critical thinking/Technical Reading & Writing VII 1
2 Machine Design III 3
3 Fluid Machinery 4
4 Fluid Machinery Laboratory 1.5
5 Quality Management 3
6 Core Elective II 3
7 BTP – I 4
Semester – VIII
Sr.No. Course Name Credits
1 Critical thinking/Technical Reading & Writing VIII 1
2 Core Elective III 3
3 Core Elective IV 3
4 Core Elective IV Laboratory 1.5
5 BTP – II 8
6 Khoj 3
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