PH101 Physics-I

Theory: 100

Sessional: 50

Time: 3 hours

Unit 1 : General Physics

Angular momentum, Relation between torque and angular momentum Simple harmonic motion, few examples, superposition

Relation between elastic constants, Energy of strained body, torsional balance, Bending of beam, Cantilever

Poisseulli’s formula, Stoke’s law, Bernoullis Equation

Unit 2 : Heat

1st and 2nd law of thermodynamics, Isothermal and adiabatic changes, Carnot engine, Otto cycle, Carnot theorem, reversible and irreversible process, entropy, entropy of perfect gas and steam, thermodynamic temperature scale, Black body radiation, Stefan’s law, Pyrometer.


Aberation in lenses, spherical aberration, remedy, chromatic aberration, achromatism, Interference Fresnel Biprism)

Unit 3: Electricity and Magnetism

Gauss’s theorem and its applications, Poisson’s and Laplaces equation, Lorentz force, Biot savart law & ampere’s law, their application, L-C-R circuit.

Dia, para and ferromagnetism, hysteresis. Laser (Basic principle and uses)

CY102 Chemistry-I

Theory: 100

Sessional: 50 Time: 3 hours

Unit 1: General Chemistry

Quantum ideas for discussing atomic Molecular and Crystal structure-Covalent hybridization, close packing of atoms structure and properties of solids.

55 Marks

and molecular structure- chemical bonding; inorganic and Organic Compounds, ionic solids; and ions. Insulator and conductors-electronic

Acid and bases- pH and pKa; Oxidation and Reduction, standard reduction Potential.

Laws and application of thermodynamics-

phase Rule, critical behavior of substances, Chemical kinetics , catalysis, Electrolytic conduction and electrolysis

Unit 2:Electrochemistry 30 Marks

Electrochemical Cells- EMF of a cell, Electrodes, reference electrodes, ion-selective electrodes, glass electrodes, Commercial electrochemical cells and batteries: batteries- properties, classification, cell reactions and performance. Lead-acid battery, dry cell, Ni-cd battery, lithium battery, alkaline battery, Fuel cell.

Corrosion and material oxidation: Chemical and electrochemical corrosion, pitting and water line corrosion, passivation of surfaces, protective measures against corrosion- anodizing, galvanizing. Corrosion inhibition

Unit3:Chemistry in Everyday life 15 Marks

Chemistry and modern society- general aspects; plastics, reinforced plastics and rubbers as materials for the production of household goods; Polymers in medicine and surgery; batteries for powering domestic appliances; Paints and dyes, Lubricants; adhesives; soaps and detergents; Oils and fats, Elements of Nutritional Chemistry; drugs and cosmetics

MA103 Mathematics-I

Theory: 100

Sessional: 50

Time: 3 hours

Unit 1: Differential Calculus




Successive derivatives, Leibniz’s theorem, tangent and normal, derivative of arc length (Cartesian & Polar), Tailor’s Series and Maclaurin’s Series, expansion of functions, Asymptotes, curvature, curve tracing, Functions of two or more variables, Partial derivatives, Homogeneous function (Definition)

Unit 2: Integral Calculus




Reduction formulae for indefinite integrals involving power of circular functions of x and Product of Sinm x Cos n x; Deduction of



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sin n xdx ;

cosn xdx ;

sin n x cosn xdx






Length of plane curves (Cartesian & Polar), Areas under Plane curves (Cartesian & Polar), Volume and surface area of solids of revolution of plane curves.

Unit 3: Differential equations




Solution of ordinary first order and first degree differential equation of the following forms: Homogeneous, reducible to homogeneous, Linear, reducible to linear, Exact, reducible to exact. ODE of 1st order but not of first degree, higher order linear equation with constant coefficients, Cauchy’s homogeneous linear equation, simultaneous linear equations with constant Co-efficient.

Unit 4: Vector algebra




Triple product of vector and their applications.

Texts/ references:



Differential Calculus

B.C. Das & B.N. Mukhejee


Integral Calculus Ltd B.

B. C. Das & U. N Dhar & Sons Pvt



James Stewart: Thomson books


A Text book of Vector algebra

Shanti Narayan: S. Chand & CO.


A text book of Engineering Maths

N.P Bali, Dr. N. Ch. Narayan Iyenger



Laxmi Publication.


CE104 Introduction to Civil Engineering


Theory: 100




Time: 3 hours

Unit 1:




I. Building Material

Historical development of Building Materials, Structural properties and classification.Properties and use (manufacturing process not required).

Ferrous Metals- Cast Iron, Wrought Iron, Steel.

Non- Ferrous Metals- Aluminium, Lead, Copper.

Alloys- Brass, Bronze, Gypsum, Plaster of Paris.

Common Materials- Stone, Sand. Lime, Bricks. Tiles. Cement. Timber. Plastics. Paints. Glass.

Materials Used for Damp proofing, Termite Proofing. Fire Protection. Thermal insulation, Acoustic Treatment. Road works.

II. Building Construction

Development of construction, Order of Architechire, Modem Architechire.

Types of Buildings. Components of Building (Assam type. R.C.C.).


Water Supply, Sanitary and Electrical works in Buildings.


Fire and Earthquake safety in Building.


Unit 2:



I. Surveying

Definition-Classification-General Principles Basic terms, Use of Survey.

Linear measurement-chain and tape- types- errors and correction, Numerical exercises. Angular measurement using compass, Bearing & Meridian-types, measurement and computation. declination. Traversing with compass-closed & open, measurement and numerical exercise.

Introduction to Leveling, definition of basic terms, Level Book, entries, observation and reduction of Levels. Numerical problems.

Introduction to modem surveying equipments & techniques e.g., EDM & Total Station, Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (Just indicative introduction), GPS.

II. Highway Engineering: - Classification of roads in India.

Ideal cross-section and related terms with sketches. Types of pavements- flexible, rigid and semirigid. Introduction to Earth, Gravel, WBM and Bituminous road.

Traffic control mechanisms- Divider, rotary, Road Sign.


Building Materials: Building materials: S K Duggal Building materials: Rangwalla

Building Construction: Building Construction: B C Punmia Estimation: Estimating and Costing(Civil engg) by G S Birdie

Surveying: Surveying and leveling: N N Basak; Tata McGraw Hill pub co. Surveying, Vol-I: Dr K R Arora

Surveying Vol-II: Dr B C Punmia

Highway Engg by S K Khanna, CEG Josto; Nem Chand & Bros.

HU105 English Communication and Technical Report Writing

Theory: 50


Time: 1 1/2 hours

Unit 1: Grammar and Usage:

25 Marks

1.i.. Sentence structures, ii. Tenses, iii. Determiners, iv. Negatives,

v. Question patterns, vi. Narration, vii. Voice, viii. Phrases and Idioms, ix.Conjunctives and Relatives, x. Commands, requests obligation etc,

xi.Adverbials, xii. Prepositions, xiii. Punctuations.

2.i. Composition and Comprehension.

ii.Letter writing/ Paragraph writing or precis.

3. Poetry:

a). Shakespeare by Matthew Arnold


b). The Road not Taken - Robert Frost.


a)The White Stocking - D.H. Lawrence

b)The Devoted Sons- Anita Desai

Books recommended:

1.Modem English Grammar and Usage- N. Krishnaswamy. (Macmillan)

2.A Remedial English Grammar for Foreign students- Wood (Macmillan).

3.A Practical English Grammar- Thomson & Martinet, O.U.P,

4.Read to Understand - Donald Dallas, O U. P.

5.For Prose and Poetry- Selections from English Poems and stories; Bhaskar Publications

Unit 2: Technical Report Writing:

25 Marks

(1). Principles of professional communication and /Technical Report writing: classification of Technical reports; Structure and parts of technical Reports.

(2). Mechanics of presentation of Technical Information, Forms, content and Language: General Procedure of Technical Report writing, Planning, Collection and Drafting.


25 marks:

1 .Class test on Grammer and Usage.

2. Home Assignments on Technical Report writing.

CE106 Engineering Graphics-I

Theory: 100

Sessional: 50 Time: 4 hours

Unit 1: Drawing instruments

Handling and use.

Unit 2: Lines and 1ettering

Types, thickness, shades dimensioning, familiarity with relevant IS codes.

Unit 3: Scales

Reducing and increasing scales, representative fraction, types of scales-plain, diagonal, comparative, vernier and scale of chords.

Unit 4: Curves used in engineering practices

Conic Section-ellipse, parabola and hyperbola normals and tangents to conic sections, cycloids, trocoid, epicycloids. hypocycloids. epetrochoid. hypotrachoid involutes. archemedian, spiral, logarithmic spiral, helix.

Unit 5: Projections

Various types, orthographic projections. IS specifications, projection of points in different quadrants.

Unit 6: Projection of line

Inclined one plane and parallel to other. Inclined to both planes, contained by a plane perpendicular to both planes, true length of a line and its inclination to refrence plane, traces of a line.

Unit 7: Projection of a plane

Traces of a plane, projection when a linear edge on the plane makes a given angle, the plane figure makes given angles, a line or edge and plane figure makes object angles. oblique planes.

Unit 8: Projection of solids

Simple solids in different positions, axis perpendicular to a plane axis parallel to both planes, axis parallel to one plane and inclined to the other, axis inclined to both planes. axis or edges makes given angles the face of a solid makes given angles, spheres. sections of solids.

Unit 9: Development of surfaces

Simple cases.


Elementary Engineering drawing; N D Bhatt, Pradeep Publications

Engineering Drawing; M B Shah, B C Rana, Pearson education

CS107 Introduction to Computing

Practical: 50


Unit 1: Introduction

Concept of hardware, software and firmware. Introduction to computer devices — such as keyboard, mouse, printers, disk, floppies, memory devices, I/O devices, file system etc. Concept of operating system.

Unit 2: Program Development and Programming Languages

Brief discussion on different types of programming languages. Definition of algorithm and computer programming. Introduction to C++ language, Programming in C++ language, identifiers, data types, operators in C++ language. Header and Library files. Simple program using assignment statements. Projects.

Unit 3: Flow Charts

Use of Flow Charts. Symbols and their uses.

Unit 4: Conditional Control statements if, nested if, switch-case etc.

Unit 5: Loop Control statements for, while, do-while etc.

Unit 6: Arrays

Definition and example of arrays. Single dimension and multi dimensional arrays.

Unit 7: Functions

Type of functions, function definition, function prototype, declaration, function calling. Formal argument & actual argument. Parameter passing technique, UDF & Library function.

Recommended Books:

1.Programming in C (Tata MeGrew Hill) — Gotterfried

2.C in depth (bpb) — S K Srivastava.

3.Programming in C (Tata McGraw Hill) — E Balaguruswamy.

4.Introduction to C Programming — .Jayashree.