Electrical Engineering Syllabus 2020-21
Electrical Engineering 1st semester में Total 7 Book चलाई जाती है जिसमे से ऊपर के 6 बुक की लिखित परीक्षा होती है तथा General Workshop Practice-1 का प्रैक्टिकल होता होता है।
- Communication Skills-1
- Applied Mathematics-1
- Applied Physics-1
- Applied Chemistry
- Engineering Drawing-1
- Basics of information Technology
- General workshop Practice-1
1. Communication Skills-1 Syllabus
1. Basics of Communication
(a) Definition and process of communication
(b) Types of Communication – formal and informal, oral and written,verbal and non-verbal
(c) Communication barriers and how to overcome them
(d) Barriers to communication , tools of communication
2. Application of Grammar
(a) parts of speech (noun,verb,adjective,adverb) and modals
(b) Sentences and its types
(d) Active and Passive Voice
(f) Direct and Indirect Speech
3. Reading Skills
unssen passage for comprehension (one word substitution ,prefixes,suffixes,antonyms,synonyms etc. based upon the passage to be covered under this topic)
4. Writting Skill
(a) Picture composition
(b) Writting Paragraph
(c) Notice writing
2. Applied Mathematics-1 Syllabus
(a) Series : AP and GP; Sum, nth term, Mean
(b) Binomial theorem for positive , negative and fractional index (without proof)
(c) Determinants : Elementary properties of determinant of order 2 and 3, Multiplication system of algebaric equation, Consistency of equation, Crammer’s rule
(a) Vector algebra : Dot and Cross product, Scaler and vector triple product.
(b) Complex number
(c) Complex numbers, Representation, Modulas and amplitude Demoivre theorem ,its application in solving algebraic equations, Mod. function and its properties.
(a) Relation between sides and angles of a tringle : Statement of various formulae showing relationship between sides and angle of a tringle.
(b) Inverse circular functions : Simple case only
4. Differential Calculas -1
(a) Functions, limits, continuity, – functions and their graphs and domain, elementary methods of finding limits (rights and lefts), elementry test for continuity and differentiability.
(b) Methods and finding derivative, trigonometric funtions, exponential funtion, Functio of a function, Logaritimic differentiation, Differentiation of inverse trigonometric function, Differentiation of implict functions.
5. Differential Calculas-2
(a) Higher order derivatives , Leibnitz theorm (without poof).Simple applications.
(b) Application – Finding tangents, Normal, Points of Maxima/Minima, Increasing/Decreasing function,Rate, Measure, Velocity , Acceleration, Errors and Approximation.
3. Applied Physics-1 syllabus
1. Units and Dimensions
(a) Need of Measurement in Engineering and science, unit of a Physical quantities- fundamental and derived units, systems of units (FPS,CGS and SI units)
(b) Dimensions and dimensional formulae of physical quantities.
(c) Principle of homogeneity of dimensions
(d) Dimensional equations and their applications, conversion of numerical values of physical quantities from one system of units into another, checking the correctness of physical equations and deriving relations among various physical quantities
(e) Limitations of dimensional analysis
(f) Error in measurement, accuracy and precision of instruments, random and systematic errors, absolute error, relative error,and percentage error, Estimation of probable errors in the results of measurement (comnination of error in addition, subtraction, multiplication,division and powers), rules for representing significant fingures in calculation.
(g) Application of units and dimensions in measuring length, diameter, circumference, volume, surface area etc. of metallic and non metallic blocks, wires, pipes etc (at least two each).
2. Force and Motion
(a) Scalar and Vector quantities – examples, representation of vector, types of vectors
(b) Addition and Subraction of Vectors, Triangle and Parallelogram law ( Statement only ), Scalar and Vector Product.
(c) Resolution of Vectors and Vector Product.
(d) Force, Momentum, Statement and Derivation of Conservation of linear momentum, its application such as recoil of gun.
(e) Impulse and its Applications
(f) Circular montion (Uniform and Non-uniform), definition of angular displacement,angular velocity, angular acceleration, frequency, time period.
(g) Relation between linear and angular velocity,linear acceleration and angular acceleration (related numerical)
(h) Central force, Expression and Applications of Centripetal and Centrifugal forces with examples such as banking of roads and bending of syclist, principle of centrifuge.
(i) Application of various forces in lifts, caranes, large steam engines tubines.
3. Work,power and Energy
(a) Work : and its units,examples of zero work,positive work and negative work , conservative and non- conservative force,
(b) Friction : modern concept,types,laws of limiting friction, Cofficient of friction and its Engineering Applications.
(c) Work done in moving an object on horizontal and inclined plane for rough and plane surfaces with its applications
(d) Energy and its units : Kinetic energy and potential energy with examples and their derivation,work energy theorem.
(e) Principle of Conservation of mechanical energy for freely falling bodies, examples of conservations of energy.
(f) Power and its units, calculation of power in numerical problems
(g) Application of Friction in brake system of moving vechicles,bicycle, scooter,car, trains ect.
4. Rotational Motion
(a) Concept of translatory and rotatory motion with examples
(b) Definition of torque with examples
(c) Angular Momentum, Conservation of angular momentum ( quantitative) and its examples
(d) Moment of inertia and its physical significance, radius of gyration for rigid body, Theorems of parallel and perpendicular axes (statements only), Moment of inertia of rod, disc,ring and sphere (hollow and solid) (f0rmulae only), Concept of Fly wheel.
(e) Rotational kinetic energy ,Rolling of sphere on the slant plane
(f) Comparison of linear motion and rotational motion
(g) Application of rotational motions in transport vechicles, and machines,
5. Motion of planets and stellites
(a) Gravitational force ,kepler’s law of planetary motion
(b) Acceleration due gravity and its variation
(c) Gravitational Potential and Gravitational potential energy
(d) Motion of satellite,orbital Velocity and time period of satellite, total energy and binding energy of a satellite, Escape energy and escape velocity
(e) Types of satellites,Geo-stationanry satellite,semi-synchronous,polar satellite (concept only) and their uses in science and technology
(f) concept o black holes
6. Properties of Matter
(a) Elasticity : definition of stress and strain, different types of modulii of elasticity, Hook’s law, significance of stress strain curve
(b) pressure : defination,its units, atmospheric pressure, gauge pressure, absolute pressure, fortin’s Barometer and its applications
(c) Surface tenstion: Concept,its units,angle of contact, Capillary action and determinantion of surface tention from capillary rise method, applications of surface tenstion, effort of temperature and impurity on surface tenstion
(d) Viscosity and coefficient of viscosity : Terminal velocity, stoke’s law and effect of temperature on viscosity, application in hydraulic systems.
(e) Concept of fluid motion, stream line and turbulent flow, reynold,s number equation of continuity, bernoulli’s theorem and their applications.
7. Heat and Thermodynamics
(a) Difference between heat and temperature
(b) Modes of transfer of heat ( Conduction, convection and radiation with examples)
(c) Different scales of temperature and their relationship
(d) Expansion of solids,liquids and gases, coefficient of linear,surface and cubical expansions and relation amongst them
(e) Heat conduction in a metal rod, Temperature gradient, Concept of Co-efficient of thermal conductivity,Uses and effects of Heat conduction in Daily life.
(f) Isothermal and Adibatic process
(g) Zeroth, First and second law of thermodynamices, Heat engine (concept Only), Carnot cycle.
(h) Application of various system of thermometry in refrigenration and air-conditioning etc.
4. Applied Chemistry syllabus