COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
PROGRAM STRUCTURE

YEAR – I

 

1st Semester
Batch A Batch B
Code Subject Hours (L+T+P) Credit Code Subject Hours (L+T+P) Credit
AML5101 Engineering Maths – I 4+1+0=5 4.5 AML5101 Engineering Maths – I 4+1+0=5 4.5
PYL5101 Engineering Physics 4+1+0=5 4.5 EEL5102 Basics of Electrical & Electronics Engineering 4+1+0=5 4.5
MEL4101 Elements of Mechanical Engineering 3+1+0=3.5 4 CSL4102 Problem Solving Technique using C 4+0+0=4 4
CHL4101 Engineering Chemistry 3+1+0=4 3.5 PYL5102 Material Science 4+1+0=5 4.5
GEL3101 Environmental Sciences 3+0+0=3 3 MEL4102 Engineering Graphics 4+0+0=4 4
PYP1101 Engineering Physics Lab 0+0+2=2 1 EEP1102 Basics of Electrical & Electronics Engineering Lab 0+0+2=2 1
MEW2101 Manufacturing Practice 0+0+4=4 2 CSP2102 Problem Solving Technique using C Lab 0+0+4=4 2
CHP1101 Engineering Chemistry Lab 0+0+2=2 1 MEP1102 Engineering Graphics Lab 0+0+2=2 1
ASP3101 Integrated Project – I 3 ASP3101 Integrated Project – I 3
GES1101 Co curricular Activities 1 GES1101 Co curricular Activities 1
Total 29 27 Total 31 29.5

 

 

2nd Semester
Batch A Batch B
Code Subject Hours (L+T+P) Credit Code Subject Hours (L+T+P) Credit
AML5102 Engineering Math – II 4+1+0=5 4.5 AML5102 Engineering Math – II 4+1+0=5 4.5
EEL5102 Basics of Electrical & Electronics Engineering 4+1+0=5 4.5 PYL5101 Engineering Physics 4+1+0=5 4.5
CSL4102 Problem Solving Technique using C 4+0+0=4 4 MEL4101 Elements of Mechanical Engineering 3+1+0=4 3.5
PYL5102 Material Science 4+1+0=5 4.5 CHL4101 Engineering Chemistry 3+1+0=4 3.5
MEL4102 Engineering Graphics 4+0+0=4 4 GEL3101 Environmental Sciences 3+0+0=3 3
EEP1102 Basics of Electrical & Electronics Engineering Lab 0+0+2=2 1 PYP1101 Engineering Physics Lab 0+0+2=2 1
CSP2102 Problem Solving Technique using C Lab 0+0+4=4 2 MEW2101 Manufacturing Practice 0+0+4=4 2
MEP1102 Engineering Graphics Lab 0+0+2=2 1 CHP1101 Engineering Chemistry Lab 0+0+2=2 1
ASP3102 Integrated Project – II 3 ASP3102 Integrated Project – II 3
GES1102 Co curricular Activities 1 GES1102 Co curricular Activities 1
Total 31 29.5 Total 29 27

 

NOTES:
  • All training is conducted at the campus
  • Total credits for the first year of the course are: 27 + 29.5 = 56.5
  • Out of the total strength of the first year of the course, one group of students will pursue the course under Batch A and other group will pursue the course under Batch B
COURSE DETAILS

AML5101 ENGINEERING MATHS I (4-1-0)

4.5 Credits

Matrices ,Elementary row and column transformation, Rank of matrix, Linear dependence, Consistency of linear system of equations and their solution, Characteristic equation, Cayley-Hamilton theorem, Eigenvalues and eigenvectors, Diagonalization, Complex and unitary matrices, Successive differentiation, Leibnitz theorem, Functions of one variable –Taylor’s Theorem, Approximation by Polynomials, Critical points, Convexity, Concavity, Curvature, Asymptotes, Curve tracing Functions of several variables – Limit, Continuity, Partial derivatives, Total derivative, Euler’s Theorem for homogeneous functions, Composite functions, Jacobians, Taylor’s theorem, Errors and increments, Maxima and minima, Introduction to sequences and infinite series, Tests for convergence / divergence: comparison test, ratio test, Root test, Cauchy integral test, Cauchy condensation test, Alternating series, Absolute convergence and conditional convergence, Double and triple integral, Change of order, Change of variables, Beta and Gamma functions, Application to area, volume and surface, Point function, Gradient, divergence and curl of a vector and their physical interpretations, Directional Derivatives, Line, surface and volume integrals, Green’s, Stokes’s and Gauss divergence theorem.

Suggested Book(s):

“The Engineering Mathematics”, 1st edition, Vol. I, Chitkara University Publication
“Higher Engineering Mathematics”, B. V. Ramana, McGraw-Hill.

GEL3101 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES (3-0-0)

3 Credits

Definition, Scope and Importance of environmental studies, natural resources, its types, conservation and associated problems, Equitable use of resources for sustainable lifestyles, Concept, Structure, functions and Energy flow in an ecosystem, Ecological succession, Introduction, types, characteristic features, structure and functions of Forest, Grassland , Desert and Aquatic ecosystem, Biodiversity, its types, values , threats and its conservation, study at global, National and local levels, India as a mega diversity nation ,Hot-spots of biodiversity, Bio-geographical classification and Endangered and endemic species of India, Pollution definition, Causes, effects and control measures of Air, Water, Soil, Marine ,Noise, Thermal, and Radioactive pollution, Solid waste Management—Causes, effects and control measures, Disaster management ,Water conservation, rain water harvesting, and watershed management, Urban problems related to energy ,concern of Resettlement and rehabilitation of people, Environmental Issues and its possible solutions, Environment Protection Act, Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, Water (Prevention and control of pollution) Act, Wildlife Protection Act, Forest Conservation Act ,Public awareness for Population growth, Family Welfare Programme, Environment and Human Rights, HIV/AIDS, Women and Child Welfare programs, Role of information Technology in Environment and human health, Visit to a local area to document environmental assets/River /forest grassland/hill/mountain/ /Urban/Rural/industrial/ Agricultural or any local polluted site /Study of simple eco systems/ pond, river, hill slopes, etc.

Suggested Book(s):

“Textbook of Environmental Studies for Undergraduate Courses”, Erach Bharucha, University Grants Commission.

PYL5101 ENGINEERING PHYSICS (4-1-0)

4.5 Credits

Introduction to Vector and Scalar fields, Concept of Gradient, Divergence and Curl in vector & scalar field, Statement & proof of Gauss’s and Stokes’s theorem, Concept of Displacement current and equation of continuity in Electromagnetism, Electromagnetic waves & Maxwell’s equations, Definition of Frames of reference & Postulates of Special Relativity, Lorentz transformations & its applications, Nuclear composition & definition of basic nuclear terms, Concept of binding energy & its derivation based on liquid drop model, shell model & its consequences, Basic properties of nuclear forces, Various types of nuclear decay processes, nuclear fission & nuclear fusion, Concept of Interference phenomena of light, Types of Diffraction in light, Diffraction grating and its applications, Types of polarization in light, Definition of various parameters used in optical fiber, Types of optical fiber, Application of optical fibers, Basic principle of laser light production, Types of laser, Construction & working of commonly used solid, gas & semiconductor lasers, Concept and applications of Holography, Introduction to quantum mechanics & its need, De-Broglie waves, Concept of group velocity and phase velocity, uncertainty principle & its applications, Concept of wave function & operators in quantum mechanics, Schrodinger wave equation & its applications, quantum computing [basic idea only].

Suggested Book(s):

“Engineering Physics”, Hitendra K. Malik and A. K. Singh, McGraw-Hill.
“Engineering Physics”, Yogyata Pathania and Madhurika Mahajan, Chitkara University Publication.

MEL4101 ELEMENTS OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (3-1-0)

3.5 Credits

Quasi-static, reversible and irreversible processes, zeroth law of thermodynamics, first law analysis of steady flow, applications of steady flow energy equation to various engineering devices, analysis of non-flow and flow processes, representation of these processes on P-V charts and analysis of property changes and energy exchange (work and heat) during these processes, various statements of second law and their equivalence, applications of statements of second law to heat engine, heat pump and refrigerator, Carnot theorem for heat engines and heat pump, third law of thermodynamics, concept and philosophy of air standard cycle and air standard efficiency, basic definitions of piston-cylinder arrangement. Otto cycle, Diesel cycle, Dual cycle and Brayton cycle, mean effective pressure. Introduction to constructional features and working of two stroke and four stroke petrol and diesel engines and their comparison, definition of element, link, kinematic chain, mechanism, machine, examples of mechanisms and their applications, law of lifting Machine, different systems of pulleys.

Suggested Book(s):

“Engineering Thermodynamics”, P. Chattopadhay, 2010, Oxford University Press.
“Theory of Machines”, S. S. Rattan, 4th edition, McGraw-Hill.

CSL4101 PROBLEM SOLVING TECHNIQUES USING C (4-0-0)

4 Credits

Introduction to programming languages, Introduction to various problem solving techniques— algorithms, flowcharts and pseudo code, History of ‘C’, Various Data Types of ‘C’ , Control Statements, Looping and iterations, Introduction to Arrays, Strings, Pointers, Functions, Storage classes, Type Conversions, User Defined Data Types, Types of memory allocations, Introduction to Files.

Suggested Book(s):

“Programming in ANSI C”, Balaguruswamy, 4th edition, McGraw-Hill.
“Let Us C”, Yashwant Kanetkar, 8th edition, BPB Publication.

PYP1101 ENGINEERING PHYSICS LAB (0-0-2)

1 Credit

Susceptibility of FeCl3 by Quinke’s Method , e/m ratio of electron using Thomson method, Plateau curve for a GM counter, Dead time of G M counter, Absorption of beta particles in aluminum using a G M Counter, Ionization potential of mercury using a gas filled diode, Wavelength of light using Michelson’s Interferometer., Resolving power of a plane transmission grating, Specific rotation of cane sugar solution using Laurent’s half shade polarimeter, Laser beam characteristics like wave length, Aperture & divergence etc., Diffraction using Laser beam, Numerical aperture of a optical fibre, Attenuation & propagation losses in optical fibres.

MEW2101 MANUFACTURING PRACTICE (0-0-4)

2 Credits

CARPENTRY and PATTERN MAKING: Classification, properties and defects of timber. Different shaping operations for making various joints. FOUNDRY SHOP: Introduction to foundry . Exercises involving preparation of sand moulds and castings. FORGING PRACTICE: Introduction to forging, Forging tools, equipment and exercises on simple forging operations. MACHINE SHOP: Introduction to metal cutting machines, tools and exercises on basic metal cutting operations. WELDING SHOP: Basic concept on different welding methods, equipment, welding joints, and welding defects related to gas/electric arc welding. SHEET METAL: Basic concept of sheet metal work involving different surface generations using different joining process. FITTING SHOP: Introduction to fitting and fitting practice. ELECTRICAL SHOP: Introduction to electrical wiring. ELECTRONICS SHOP: Introduction to electronics components (Diode, Resistor, Transistors, Capacitors LED’s, and PCB’s).Preparation of PCBs involving soldering applied to electrical & electronic applications. COMPUTER SHOP: Introduction to computer Hardware & peripherals. Assembly/Disassembly of simple P C. Awareness of faults and its diagnosis. Introduction to advance wireless technologies (laptop, Bluetooth, WiFi, RF and IRDA)

CSP2101 PROBLEM SOLVING TECHNIQUES USING C LAB (0-0-4)

2 Credits

Developing flow charts, Basic Programs, Programs using control statements, declaration and usage of pointer variables, one and two dimensional arrays, strings, String Operations, User defined functions- Call by value, call by reference, Implementing Structures and Unions, Static and Dynamic memory allocation – calloc() and malloc(), Programs using Macros, Creating files, Read/ Write operations on text and binary files.

CHL4102 ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY (3-1-0)

3.5 Credits

Introduction to water technology, Sources & Specification for water, Water impurities, Hard and soft water & Units to express degree of hardness, Scale and sludge formation, Boiler feed water & Boiler problems, External treatment-Lime –soda process, Zeolite process, Ion exchange process, Internal treatment, Water for domestic use & Treatment for domestic water, Saline water, Desalination of water, Introduction to Corrosion, Causes & effects of Corrosion, Types and mechanism of corrosion, Use of Corrosion protective measurements, Electrolysis and various terms related to Electrolysis, Electrolysis & Electrode Potential , Different type of cells, Relationship between Emf and thermodynamic parameters, Basic principle of electroplating & Electroless plating, Electrochemical techniques of forming, Machining and Etching, Introduction to different phases, Gibbs phase rule & its Application to one component system – water, carbon dioxide, sulphur, Condensed phase rule, Two component system & Eutectic systems – Lead – silver, potassium iodide –water, Ferric Chloride – water system, Introduction to Engg. Materials, Cementing and Binding materials, Lime, Gypsum, Cement, Admixtures for concrete, Ceramics, Composites, Lubricants, Adhesives, Thermoplastics and Thermosetting, Polymer composites, Introduction & Principles of green chemistry, Pathways to Green Chemistry for Traditional and alternative synthesis of Ibuprofen, Feedstock in the synthesis of Adipic acid, Green chemistry at Nike, Green Chemistry in India

Suggested Book(s):

“Engineering Chemistry”, B. Sivasankar, McGraw-Hill.
“Engineering Chemistry”, O. G. Palanna, McGraw-Hill.

AML5102 ENGINEERING MATHS – II (4-1-0)

4.5 Credits

Differential equations of first order and first degree – exact, linear and Bernoulli. Applications to Newton’s Law of cooling, Law of natural growth and decay, orthogonal trajectories. Second and higher order ordinary linear differential equations with constant coefficients -complementary function – Particular integrals (standard types) – Cauchy-Euler differential equation. Simultaneous liner differential equations (two variables) with constant coefficients. Solutions of second order ordinary linear differential equations with variable coefficients ,application to SHM,RLC circuit, Simple pendulum, Introduction, Fourier Series on Arbitrary Intervals, Half-range cosine and sine series. Laplace Transform, Inverse transforms properties, Transforms of derivatives and integrals, Unit step function, Dirac’s delta function, Differentiation and Integration of transforms,. Limits, Continuity, Derivative of Complex Functions, Analytic Function, Cauchy Riemann Equation, Harmonic Functions, Conformal Mapping, Complex Integration, Cauchy’s Theorem, Cauchy Integral formula, Taylors and Laurent’s Expansion, Singular points, Poles Residue, Complex Integration using the method of Residue, Formation of partial differential equations – Equations of first Order – Lagrange’s linear equation – Charpit’s method – Standard types of first order non-linear partial differential equations. Solution of second order linear partial differential equations in two variables with constant coefficients by finding complementary function and particular integral – classification of PDE of second order – parabolic, elliptic and hyperbolic equations – Solution by separation of variables. Solutions of one-dimensional heat and wave equations and two-dimensional Laplace equation using Fourier series.

Suggested Book(s):

“The Engineering Mathematics”, 1st edition, Vol. II, Chitkara University Publication.
“Higher Engineering Mathematics”, B. V. Ramana, Mc Graw-Hill.

EEL5102 BASICS OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (4-1-0)

4.5 Credits

Analysis of DC circuits using Kirchhoff’s laws, Thevenin’s, Norton’s and Superposition theorem, A.C fundamental, Generation of alternating emf, Analysis of R-L, R-C and R-L-C circuits, Series and Parallel resonance, 3-phase star and delta connected systems, Power and Power factor, Magnetic circuits and transformer, Three phase induction motor, Single phase induction motor, Starters, Universal motor, Stepper motor, Servomotors, Classification of instruments, Moving Iron Instrument, Moving Coil Instrument, Multimeter, CRO, Principle operation and characteristics of PN junction diode, diodes circuits, Transistors, Amplifiers, Number Systems, Logic gates, Flip flops, Integrated circuits.

Suggested Book(s):

“Electrical and Electronics Technology”, Edward Hughes, 10th edition, Pearson Education.
“Basic Electrical and Electronics”, R. Muthusubramanian and K. S. Salivahanan, 8th reprint , McGraw-Hill.

PYL5102 MATERIAL SCIENCE (4-1-0)

4.5 Credits

Geometry & types of crystals, Various types of defects in crystal, Nature of interatomic forces, Production of characteristics & continuous X-rays and their application in crystallography, Various types of magnetic material & basic theories behind the origin of Magnetism, the hysteresis loop & its applications, Concept of polarization in dielectric material, Thermal & Electric properties of magnetic material, free electron & Band theory of solids, Intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors, Hall effect & its applications, Elastic behavior of materials & related properties, Atomic model of elastic behavior, plastic deformation in single and polycrystalline crystal, mechanism of slip, critical resolved shear stress, ductile and brittle failure, Introduction to nanotechnology, various types of nanomaterials & their properties, Synthesis of nanomaterials (basic introduction), Carbon nanotubes & their properties, Introduction to superconductivity, meissner effect, Effect of magnetic field on superconductivity, Type I superconductors, type II superconductors, London equations, CAS theory, High temperature superconductivity (Basic qualitative idea).

Suggested Book(s):

“Engineering Physics”, Hitendra K. Malik and A. K. Singh, McGraw-Hill.
“Engineering Physics”, Yogyata Pathania and Madhurika Mahajan, Chitkara University Publication.

MEL4102 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS (4-0-0)

4 Credits

Drawing of Various types of lines, principles of dimensioning, symbols, conventions, scales (plane and diagonal) Vertical and inclined lettering as per IS code of practice (SP-46) for general Engineering , Projection of points, lines, planes and solids. Sectioning of solids, Isometric Projection, Orthographic projections and development of surfaces.

Suggested Book:

“Engineering Drawing”, Aggarwal , 11th edition, McGraw-Hill.

CHP1102 ENGINEERING, CHEMISTRY LAB (0-0-2)

1 Credit

Determination of total hardness , permanent hardness and temporary hardness by Complexometric method, Determination of residual chlorine in water, To determine the alkalinity of a given water sample, Determination of dissolved oxygen in the given water sample, Demonstration of different types of corrosion and to identify corrosion by collecting different samples, Surface tension by drop number method using Stalgamometer, Preparation of urea -formaldehyde resin, Preparation of Bakelite using phenol-formaldehyde, Acid strength using p H meter, Acid strength by using conduct meter, To determine the % moisture, volatile , ash and carbon content of coal sample by proximate method, Electroplating of a metal on given article, Virtual experiment on phase changes.

EEP1102 BASICS OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING LAB (0-0-2)

1 Credit

Introduction to various measuring instruments, Verification of Kirchhoff’s laws in D.C circuits, Verification of Superposition Theorem, Maximum Power Transfer theorem, Thevenin’s Theorem, To find voltage , current relationship and power, power factor, Resonance in RLC circuit. Measurement of self-inductance , mutual inductance and coupling coefficient of windings, To perform open- circuit and short circuit test on a transformer , To connect, start and reverse the direction of rotation of a 3- phase induction motor, To plot the forward and reverse characteristics of PN junction diode, Clipper & Clamper, To plot input and output characteristics of a transistor in CE configuration, To analyze the truth tables of various basic digital gates and build R-S, J-K &D flip-flops using NAND/NOR gates, To demonstrate the use of operational amplifier for performing mathematical operations such as summation and difference.

MEP1102 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS LAB (0-0-2)

1 Credit

Introduction of the CAD (computer aided drafting) software and its utilities in the engineering software. Study of the various toolbar options and exercises to familiarize all the drawing tools, Study the basic initial setting and viewing of the drafting software interfaces, Use of basic entities in 2D,Uses of various modify commands of the drafting software, Dimensioning in 2D and 3D entries, Study and implementing of coordinate systems.

 

Summer Course
Code Subject Hours (L+T+P) Credit
CST6102 Industry Oriented Hands-on Training* 4-6 weeks 6