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Scope & Syllabus (Vocational Education)

Curriculum-BFSI

 

Level Code Educational Component Credit Marks
 

 

 

 

3

 

Semester I

Theory
3.GE.01 Language – I 3 50
3.GV.01 Banking 3 50
3.GV.02 Insurance 3 50
3.GE.02 Risk Management – I 3 50
Lab/Practical
3.VP.01 Banking – Lab 1.5 50
3.VP.02 Insurance – Lab 1.5 50
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
Business Correspondent /Business Facilitator (BSC/Q8401)  

(Any one)

 

15

 

200

Loan Processing Officer (BSC /Q2304)
 

 

 

 

3

 

Semester II

Theory
3.GV.03 General Foundation Course –I 3 50
3.GV.04 Business Operation & Administration 3 50
3.GV.05 Cost Accounting 3 50
3.GE.03 Risk Management – II 3 50
Lab/Practical
3.VP.03 Business Operation & Administration – Lab 1.5 50
3.VP.04 Cost Accounting – Lab 1.5 50
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
Loan Processing Officer (BSC /Q2304) (Any one) 15 200
Life Insurance Agent (BSC/Q0101)
 

 

 

4

 

Semester I

Theory
4.GV.01 Marketing 3 50
4.GV.02 Financial Accounting – I 3 50
4.GV.03 Front Office Operations 3 50
4.GE.01 Language – II 3 50
Lab/Practical
4.VP.01 Marketing – Lab 1.5 50
4.VP.02 Financial Accounting – Lab 1.5 50
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
Accounts Executive (BSC/Q8101) (Any one) 15 200

 

 

Level Code Educational Component Credit Marks
Microfinance Executive (BSC/Q0801)
 

 

 

 

 

 

4

Semester II

Theory
4.GV.04 General Foundation Course –II 3 50
4.GV.05 Retail Operations 3 50
4.GV.06 Retail Services 3 50
4.GV.07 Financial Accounting – II 3 50
Lab/Practical
4.VP.03 Retail Operations (Lab) 1.5 50
4.VP.04 Retail Services (Lab) 1.5 50
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
BFSI Process Lead (BSC/Q7101)  

(Any one)

 

15

 

200

Front Desk Officer – Financial Institutions (BSC/Q2203)
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5

 

Semester I

Theory
5.GV.01 Banking & Micro Finance – I 3 50
5.GV.02 Indian Securities Markets – I 3 50
5.GV.03 Micro Finance Operations – I 3 50
5.GV.04 Mutual Fund Operations – I 3 50
Lab/Practical
5.VP.01 Vocational Practical –I 1.5 50
5.VP.02 Vocational Practical –II 1.5 50
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
Insurance Agent (BSC/Q3801)  

 

(Any one)

 

 

15

 

 

200

Business Correspondent / Business Facilitator

(BSC/Q8401)

Debt Recovery Agent (BSC/Q2303)

 

 

Level Code Educational Component Credit Marks
 

 

 

 

 

5

 

Semester II

Theory
5.GV.05 Banking & Micro Finance – II 3 50
5.GV.06 Indian Securities Markets – II 3 50
5.GV.07 Micro Finance Operations – II 3 50
5.GV.08 Mutual Fund Operations – II 3 50
Lab/Practical
5.VP.03 Vocational Practical –III 1.5 50
5.VP.04 Vocational Practical –IV 1.5 50
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
Mutual Fund Agent (BSC/Q3802)  

(Any one)

 

15

 

200

Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Officer (BSC/Q2302)
 

 

 

 

 

 

6

 

Semester I

Theory
6.GV.01 Computational Skills – I 3 50
6.GV.02 Retail Banking & Operations –I 3 50
6.GV.03 Depository Operations – I 3 50
6.GV.04 Entrepreneurship/Accounting/Management – I 3 50
Lab/Practical
6.VP.01 Vocational Practical – V 1.5 50
6.VP.02 Vocational Practical – VI 1.5 50
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
Financial Inclusion Officer (BSC/Q8405)  

(Any one)

 

15

 

200

Manager – Loan Approval (BSC/Q2301)
Loan Processing Officer (BSC/Q2304)
 

 

6

 

Semester II

Theory
6.GV.05 Computational Skills – II 3 50
6.GV.06 Retail Banking & Operations –II 3 50
6.GV.07 Depository Operations – II 3 50
6.GV.08 Entrepreneurship/Accounting/Management – II 3 50

 

 

Level Code Educational Component Credit Marks
Lab/Practical
6.VP.03 Vocational Practical – VII 1.5 50
6.VP.04 Vocational Practical – VIII 1.5 50
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
Operations Executive – Lending (BSC/Q2202) Any one)  

15

 

200

Process Executive – Financial Institutions (BSC/Q5201)
 

 

 

 

 

 

7

 

Semester I

Theory
7.GV.01 Business Banking & Operations 3 50
7.GV.02 Securities Operations 3 50
7.GV.03 Finishing School – I 3 50
7.GV.04 Livelihood Management – I 3 50
Lab/Practical
7.VP.01 Vocational Practical – IX 1.5 50
7.VP.02 Vocational Practical – X 1.5 50
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
Research Officer – Financial Institutions (BSC/Q5401)  

(Any one)

 

15

 

200

Insolvency Associate (BSC/Q8202)
CASA Sales Manager (BSC/Q8404)
 

 

 

 

7

 

Semester II

Theory
7.GV.05 Life Insurance & Operations 3 50
7.GV.06 General Insurance & Operations 3 50
7.GV.07 Finishing School – I 3 50
7.GV.8 Livelihood Management – I 3 50
Lab/Practical
7.GV.09 Project Work 3 100
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
Dealer – Financial Institutions (BSC/Q5102)  

(Any one)

 

15

 

200

Accounts Executive (BSC/Q8101)

 

Detailed Curriculum

 

Level 3 (Semester I)

 

 

(3.GE.01) Language – I

 

Module 1: Reading comprehension (prescribed texts) and functional grammar

 

A variety of genres – short stories, expository pieces, biographies, poems, plays, newspaper and magazine excerpts have been included. Teaching of grammar has been integrated with the reading texts. The emphasis is on functional grammar.

The following ten prose texts and five poems have been selected for development of different reading skills.

 

Prose texts (Prescribed)

  1. A warmer or a colder earth (popular science) Arthur – C. Clark
  2. The tiger in the tunnel (narrative) – Ruskin
  3. First two or four pages from Sunny Days (autobiographical) – By Sunil Gavaskar
  4. Case of suspension (narrative)
  5. Big brother (narrative) Shekhar Joshi
  6. Father, dear father (news paper article form the Hindu)
  7. Face to face (autobiographical) Ved Mehta
  8. I must know the truth (narrative) Sigrun Srivastva
  9. If I were you (play) Douglas James
  10. India, her past and her future (speech) Jawahar Lal Nehru

 

Poems

  1. Leisure – W H Davis
  2. The road not taken – Robert Frost
  3. Where the mind is without fear- Tagore
  4. My grandmother’s house – Kamla Das
  5. The night of the scorpion – Nissi, Ezekiel

 

Non prescribed

 

In this section learners will be exposed to newspaper, articles, tables, diagrams, advertisements etc. which they have to read carefully and interpret. In the examination similar pieces will be used.

Grammar and usage:

The following points of grammar and usage have been selected from the reading passages.

  1. agreement/concord: number – gender
  2. Tenses: simple past (negatives/interrogatives) present perfect, past perfect continuous, past perfect, expressing future time (will and going to)

 

  1. Passive voice (perfect tenses and modals)
  2. Modals (must, should ought to, would)
  3. Linking words (to like because although, instead of, if, as, since, who, which that, when however, inspite of)
  4. Reported speech, statements, questions (yes/no)

 

Module 2: Functional writing and study skills

 

This module help the learner to write descriptive and narrative paragraph, letters, reports notices etc. and also practice skills of note making

 

  1. Paragraph writing
    • Describing objects
    • Describing people
    • Narrating events, stories
  2. Letter writing
    • Application for leave
    • Application for jobs
    • Asking for information form various agencies (e.g. Last date for getting prospects; price of items before placing doers etc.)
  3. Note making
  4. Ending (punctuation, spelling, appropriate vocabulary, structures)

 

 

(3.GV.01) Banking

Unit-1:              Introduction

  • Definition of Bank – Basic functions of
  • Banking System in
  • Commercial
  • Private Sector
  • Public Sector
  • Foreign
  • Regional Rural
  • Co-operative
  • Reserve Bank of

Unit-2: Banker and Customer

  • Relationship between Banker and
  • Special Types of
  • Retail & Wholesale

 

  • Deposit Accounts – Savings Accounts, Current Accounts, Fixed Deposit
  • Opening and operation of
  • KYC
  • Pass
  • Partnerships &

Unit-3: Employment of Bank Funds

  • Liquid Assets-Cash in Hand, Cash with RBI & Cash with other
  • Investment in
  • Advances – Secured and
  • Term
  • Cash
  • Discounting of Bills of
  • Modes of creating charge on
  • Types of

 

Unit-4: Negotiable Instruments

  • Definition & Characteristics of
  • Bills of Exchange & Promissory
  • Collection and payment of
  • Liabilities of

Unit-5: Communication Skills

  • Elements of Communication
  • Introduce and greet in a proper
  • Framing of question and
  • Dealing with customers while they are shopping for
  • Identify elements of communication

 

  • Forms of Communication & Communication Equipment
  • Demonstrate effective use of verbal and non verbal communication
  • Identify the types of
  • Operate the communication media and equipment
  • Select the Strategies for Overcome barriers in
  • Elements of Business communication
  • Describe the importance of organizational culture in business
  • Communicate Effectively with
  • Describe the qualities that the team member should
  • Preparation of Project Report
  • Describe Project Work/
  • Outline the preparation of project

 

(3.GV.02) Insurance

 

 

Unit-1:              Introduction

 

  • Concept of
  • Need for
  • Brief history of Insurance industry in
  • Enactment of Insurance Act,
  • Nationalization of Life Insurance Companies in
  • Nationalization of General insurance Companies in
  • Malhotra Committee Report – Opening up of Insurance sector to Private Companies in
  • Setting up of Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority in

 

Unit-2: Life Insurance

 

  • Present Organizational set-up of Insurance Companies in India – L.I.C. and Private Companies with foreign joint ventures, selling Insurance through Agents and
  • Objectives of Life Insurance – Protection and
  • Different types of Life Insurance Policies – Chief characteristics and similarity.

 

  • Basic Pre-requites for Life Insurance – Insurable Interest and utmost Good Faith.
  • Procedure for taking a
  • Selection of the
  • Consultation of Premium
  • Filling up of Proposal
  • Document regarding proof of
  • Important clauses of the Policy – eg. Suicide
  • Nomination

 

Unit-3: Annuities and Unit Linked Policies

 

  • Concept of
  • Objectives of
  • Procedure followed for obtaining Annuities.
  • Meaning of Unit Linked Insurance
  • Procedure for obtaining Unit linked insurance

 

Unit-4: Post – Issue Matters

 

  • Lapse of the Policy due to Non-Payment of
  • Revival of the Lapsed
  • Surrender of the Policy – Payment of surrender
  • Assignment of the
  • Settlement of claims – Procedure to be

 

(3.GE.02) Risk Management – I

 

Unit 1 Concepts and Definitions of Risk and Risk Management

  • Approaches to defining risk
  • Impact of risk on organisations
  • Types of risk
  • Development of risk management
  • Principles and aims of risk management

 

Unit 2 Risk Management Standards

  • General risk management standards and risk management frameworks
  • Alternative risk management approaches

 

Unit 3 Enterprise Risk Management

 

  • Defining Enterprise risk management overview
  • Enterprise risk management overview
  • Implementing ERM
  • Establishing the context for risk management

 

(3.VP.01) Banking – Lab

 

  1. Visit the Websites of Five Different Commercial Banks
    • (Three Public Sector and Two Private Sector Banks) offering Retail Banking
    • Get details of the various Retail Banking Products offered by

 

  1. Prepare a Comprehensive Report for each of these Banks Covering the following
    • Retail Banking products (one Asset Product and one Liability Product) best suited for people in different stages of life
    • Five client categories to be selected:
  • A young executive who has just joined the job after
  • A young housewife with 1 small
  • A middle aged middle level Senior Executive in a Private Firm having two school going children and dependant
  • A elderly lady staying alone with no dependents, and
  • A member of the armed forces in mid

 

  • Based on the data which you give in the above, justify your selections for each of
  • List the documents to be submitted by the customers for applying for each product. You can obtain sample forms from any of the banks as you think
  • Explain the operational details for each of the

 

  1. Viva

 

(3.VP.02) Insurance – Lab

 

  1. Visit the Websites of five different Insurance Companies Offering Life Insurance. Get details on the Various Policies Offered by
  2. Prepare a Comprehensive Report for each of these Companies Covering the following:
    • Insurance products best suited for the different life stages – take five examples like young executive having joined job after studies, young married woman with one small child, middle aged man having two school going children and one dependent parent, Elderly lady staying alone with no dependents, member of the armed forces in mid
    • From the chart above, recommend the best suited life insurance policy to each of
    • List the documents to be submitted for applying for each type of insurance and help them fill out the application form. You can obtain sample application forms from the relevant insurance
    • Explain the claims procedure along with requirements for claiming insurance at the time of occurrence of the insured
  3. Viva

 

Curriculum-Medical Imaging Technology

 

 

Level Code Educational Component Credit Marks
 

 

 

 

3

 

Semester I

Theory
3.GE.01 Language – I 3 50
3.GE.02 Applied Chemistry 3 50
3.GE.03 Applied Physics 3 50
3.GE.04 Applied Biology –I 3 50
Lab/Practical
3.GP.01 Applied Chemistry Lab 1.5 50
3.GP.02 Applied Physics Lab 1.5 50
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
Pharmacy Assistant (HSS/Q5401)  

(Any one)

 

15

 

200

Medical Equipment Technician (Basic Clinical Equipment) (HSS/Q5601)
 

 

 

3

 

Semester II

Theory
3.GV.01 General Foundation Course –I 3 50
3.GV.02 Basic Electricity 3 50
3.GV.03 Basic Electronics 3 50
3.GV.04 Applied Biology – II 3 50
Lab/Practical
3.VP.01 Basic Electricity – Lab 1.5 50
3.VP.02 Basic Electronics – Lab 1.5 50
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
Any One of the QP’s to be opted from the ones mentioned in Level 3 First semester (Any one) 15 200
 

 

 

 

 

4

 

Semester I

Theory
4.GV.01 Engineering Science 3 50
4.GV.02 Trouble Shooting & Maintenance of Electronics

Equipment-I

3 50
4.GV.03 IT Tools-I 3 50
4.GE.01 Language – II 3 50
Lab/Practical
4.VP.01 Engineering Science – Lab 1.5 50
4.VP.02 Trouble Shooting & Maintenance of Electronics Equipment’s- Lab 1.5 50
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
X- ray Technician (HSS/Q0701) (Any one) 15 200

 

 

Level Code Educational Component Credit Marks
Radiation Therapy Technologist (HSS/Q0601)
 

 

 

 

 

4

Semester II

Theory
4.GV.04 Physics and Technology in Imaging 3 50
4.GV.05 Digital Electronics 3 50
4.GV.06 Trouble Shooting & Maintenance of Electronics Equipment’s-II 3 50
4.GV.07 IT Tools –II 3 50
Lab/Practical
4.VP.03 IT Tools – Lab 1.5 50
4.VP.04 Digital Electronics – Lab 1.5 50
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
Any One of the QP’s to be opted from the ones mentioned in Level 4 First semester (Any one) 15 200
 

 

 

 

 

5

 

Semester I

Theory
5.GV.01 Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation -I 3 50
5.GV.02 Basic Anatomy (Cross Sectional Anatomy-II) 3 50
5.GV.03 Tools, Equipment & Safety Measures –I 3 50
5.GV.04 Soldering & De-Soldering of Components –I 3 50
Lab/Practical
5.VP.01 Identification of Components, Tools, Equipment and its working –Lab  

1.5

 

50

5.VP.02 Basic diagnostics (Lab) 1.5 50
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
Radiology Technician (HSS/Q0201) (Any one) 15 200
 

 

 

 

5

 

Semester II

Theory
5.GV.05 Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation –II 3 50
5.GV.06 Basic Imaging 3 50
5.GV.07 Tools, Equipment & Safety Measures –II 3 50
 

5.GV.08

Soldering & De-Soldering of Components & Emergency actions II  

3

 

50

Lab/Practical
5.VP.03 Soldering & De-Soldering of Components-Lab 1.5 50
5.VP.04 Basic Imaging Practical Lab 1.5 50

 

 

Level Code Educational Component Credit Marks
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
To continue with the same QP as opted in Level 5 First semester  

(Any one)

 

15

 

200

 

 

 

 

6

 

Semester I

Theory
6.GV.01 Fault analysis & Repairs 3 50
6.GV.02 Cross Sectional Anatomy 3 50
6.GV.03 Electronics Devices Circuit –I 3 50
6.GV.04 Radiation and administrative Issues 3 50
Lab/Practical
6.VP.01 Electronics Devices Circuits Lab 1.5 50
6.VP.02 Fault analysis & Repairs – Lab 1.5 50
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
Assistant Duty Manager – Patient Relation Services (HSS/Q6103) (Any one) 15 200
 

 

 

 

6

 

Semester II

Theory
6.GV.05 CT and Ultrasound 6 100
6.GV.06 Manufacturing & Quality Norms 3 50
6.GV.07 Electronics Devices Circuit –II 3 50
Lab/Practical
6.VP.03 Electronics Devices Circuit –II Lab 1.5 50
6.VP.04 Manufacturing Practices 1.5 50
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
To continue with the same QP as opted in Level 6 First semester Any one) 15 200
 

 

 

7

 

Semester I

Theory
7.GV.01 MRI, Image Processing and Recording 6 100
7.GV.02 Advanced Imaging 6 100
Lab/Practical
7.VP.01 MRI, Image Processing and Recording 1.5 50
7.VP.02 Advanced Imaging 1.5 50
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs

 

 

Level Code Educational Component Credit Marks
Duty Manager – Patient Relation Services (HSS/Q6104) (Any one) 15 200
 

 

 

7

 

Semester II

Theory
7.GV.03 Admin, Medico Legal and interventional Procedures 6 100
7.GV.04 Project 6 100
Lab/Practical
7.VP.03 Admin, Medico Legal and Interventional Procedures 3 100
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs

(The practical and theory need to be performed in a hospital/radiological centre)

To continue with the same QP as opted in Level 7 First semester 15 200

 

Detailed Curriculum Level 3 (Semester I)

(3.GE.01) Language – I

 

Module 1: Reading comprehension (prescribed texts) and functional grammar

A variety of genres – short stories, expository pieces, biographies, poems, plays, newspaper and magazine excerpts have been included. Teaching of grammar has been integrated with the reading texts. The emphasis is on functional grammar.

The following ten prose texts and five poems have been selected for development of different reading skills.

 

Prose texts (Prescribed)

  1. A warmer or a colder earth (popular science) Arthur – C. Clark
  2. The tiger in the tunnel (narrative) – Ruskin
  3. First two or four pages from Sunny Days (autobiographical) – By Sunil Gavaskar
  4. Case of suspension (narrative)
  5. Big brother (narrative) Shekhar Joshi
  6. Father, dear father (news paper article form the Hindu)
  7. Face to face (autobiographical) Ved Mehta
  8. I must know the truth (narrative) Sigrun Srivastva
  9. If I were you (play) Douglas James
  10. India, her past and her future (speech) Jawahar Lal Nehru

 

Poems

  1. Leisure – W H Davis
  2. The road not taken – Robert Frost
  3. Where the mind is without fear- Tagore
  4. My grandmother’s house – Kamla Das
  5. The night of the scorpion – Nissi, Ezekiel

 

Non prescribed

In this section learners will be exposed to newspaper, articles, tables, diagrams, advertisements etc. which they have to read carefully and interpret. In the examination similar pieces will be used.

 

Grammar and usage:

The following points of grammar and usage have been selected from the reading passages.

  1. agreement/concord: number – gender
  2. Tenses: simple past (negatives/interrogatives) present perfect, past perfect continuous, past perfect, expressing future time (will and going to)
  3. Passive voice (perfect tenses and modals)
  4. Modals (must, should ought to, would)

 

  1. Linking words (to like because although, instead of, if, as, since, who, which that, when however, in spite of)
  2. Reported speech, statements, questions (yes/no)

 

Module 2: Functional writing and study skills

This module helps the learner to write descriptive and narrative paragraph, letters, reports notices etc. and also practice skills of note making

  1. Paragraph writing
    • Describing objects
    • Describing people
    • Narrating events, stories
  2. Letter writing
    • Application for leave
    • Application for jobs
    • Asking for   information   from   various agencies  (e.g.                                                                                                                       Last date for getting prospects; price of items before placing doers )
  3. Note making
    • Ending (punctuation, spelling, appropriate vocabulary, structures)

 

(3.GE.02) Applied Chemistry

  1. Structure of Atom:

Rutherford model of the structure of atom, Bohr’s theory of electrons, quantum numbers and their significance, de-Broglie equation and uncertainty principle, electronic configuration of 1 to 30 elements.

2.     Periodic Properties of Elements:

Periodic law, periodic table, periodicity in properties like atomic radii and volume, ionic radii, ionization energy and electron affinity. Division of elements into s, p, d and f blocks.

3.     Chemical Bonds:

Electrovalent, covalent and coordinate bond and their properties. Metallic bonding (electron cloud mode) and properties (like texture, conductance, luster, ductility and malleability).

4.     Fuel and their Classification:

Definition, characteristics, classification into solid, liquid and gaseous fuel. Petroleum and brief idea of refining into various factions and their characteristics and uses. Calorific value of fuel, Gaseous fuels- preparation, properties, composition and use of producer gas, water and oil gas.

5.     Water:

Impurities in water, methods of their removal, hardness of water, its types, causes and removal, disadvantages of hard water in boilers, pH value and its determination by calorimetric method.

6.     Corrosion:

Its meaning, theory of corrosion, prevention of corrosion by various methods using metallic and non-metallic coatings.

7.     Plastic and Polymers:

 

Plastic-thermo-plastic and thermo-setting. Introduction of Polythene. P.V.C. Nylon, synthetic rubber and phenol-formal-dehyde resin, their application in industry.

 

(3.GE.03) Applied Physics

 

  1. Units & Dimensions: K.S. fundamentals & derived units, S.I. base units supplementary units and derived units, Dimensions of various physical quantities, uses of dimensional analysis.
  2. Surface Tension and Viscosity: molecular forces, molecular theory of surface tension, surface energy, capillary action, concept of viscosity, coefficient of viscosity, principle and construction of
  3. Vibrations: Vibration as simple spring mass system, elementary and qualitative concept of free and forced vibrations, resonance. Effects of vibrations on building bridges and machines
  4. Heat: Temperature and its measurement, thermoelectric, platinum resistance thermometers and pyrometers. Conduction through compound media and laws of radiations.
  5. Ultrasonics: Productions of ultrasonic waves by magnetostriction and piezo-electric effect, application of ultrasonics in
  6. Optics: Nature of light, reflection and refraction of a wave from a plane surface. Overhead projector and

 

(3.GE.04) Applied Biology – I

 

  1. Cell-The Unit of Life Cell theory and cell as the basic unit of life: Structure of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells; Plant cell and animal cell; cell envelope; cell membrane, cell wall; cell organelles – structure and function; endomembrane system, endoplasmic reticulum, golgi bodies, lysosomes, vacuoles; mitochondria, ribosomes, plastids, microbodies; cytoskeleton, cilia, flagella, centrioles (ultrastructure and function);
  2. Biomolecules Chemical constituents of living cells: Structure and function of proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids; Enzymes- types, properties, enzyme
  3. Cell Cycle & Cell Division: Cell Cycle, Mitosis, Meiosis and their function
  4. Cellular Respiration – glycolysis, fermentation (anaerobic), TCA cycle and electron transport system (aerobic); energy relations – number of ATP molecules generated; amphibolic pathways; respiratory
  5. Anatomy & Physiology of Human Body: Definition, Anatomical terms, Tissues, Glands and membranes, Homeostasis
  6. Blood & its Components: Different Blood Components and their functions, Coagulation of Blood, Blood Grouping
  7. Human Skeleton: Identification, Classification and functions of bones, joints and muscles, Physiology of muscle contraction
  8. Sensory Organs: Eye, Ear, Nose, Tongue and Skin – Structure

 

 

 (3.GP.01) Applied Chemistry – Lab

 

  1. Proximate analysis of solid
  2. Experiments based on Bomb
  3. Determination of turbidity in a given
  4. To determine the flash and fire point of a given lubricating
  5. To determine the viscosity of a given lubricating oil by Redwood
  6. To determine cloud and pour point of a given

 

(3.GP.02) Applied Physics – Lab

 

  1. To determine the surface tension of a liquid by rise in
  2. To determine the viscosity of a given
  3. To determine the frequency of tuning fork using a
  4. To determine the frequency of AC main using
  5. Time period of a

 

Level 3 (Semester II)

 

(3.GV.01) General Foundation Course – I

 

  1. Introduction to National Health Care System:
    • Introduction to healthcare delivery system
    • National Health Mission
    • National Health Policy
    • Issues in Health Care Delivery System in India
    • National Health     Programme-    Background                       objectives,                           action                 plan,                       targets, operations, achievements and constraints in various National Heath
    • Health scenario of India- past, present and future
    • Demography & Vital Statistics-
    • Demography – its concept
    • Vital events of life & its impact on demography

 

2.  Medical terminologies and record keeping

  • Derivation of medical
  • Define word roots, prefixes, and
  • Basic medical
  • Interpret basic medical abbreviations/symbols.
  • Utilize diagnostic, surgical, and procedural terms and abbreviations related to the integumentary system, musculoskeletal system, respiratory system, cardiovascular system, nervous system, and endocrine
  • Data entry and management on electronic health record

 

3.  Medical Law and Ethics

  • Medical ethics – Definition – Goal – Scope
  • Introduction to Code of conduct
  • Basic principles of medical ethics – Confidentiality
  • Autonomy and informed consent – Right of patients
  • Care of the terminally ill- Euthanasia
  • Medico legal aspects of medical records – Medico legal case and type- Records and document related to MLC – ownership of medical records – Confidentiality Privilege communication – Release of medical information – Unauthorized disclosure – retention of medical records – other various
  • Professional Indemnity insurance policy
  • Development of standardized protocol

 

4.  Professionalism and Values

  • Professional values- Integrity, Objectivity, Professional competence and due care, Confidentiality
  • Personal values- ethical or moral values

 

  • Attitude and behavior- professional behavior, treating people equally
  • Code of conduct, professional accountability and responsibility, misconduct
  • Differences between professions and importance of team efforts
  • Cultural issues in the healthcare environment

 

5.  Principals of Management

 

  • Introduction to management
  • Strategic Management
  • Foundations of Planning
  • Planning Tools and Techniques
  • Decision Making, conflict and stress management
  • Managing Change and Innovation
  • Understanding Groups and Teams
  • Leadership
  • Time Management
  • Cost and efficiency

 

(3.GV.02) Basic Electricity

 

  1. Current Electricity: Definition of Resistance, Voltage, Current, Power, Energy and their units, Relation between electrical, mechanical and thermal units, Temperature variation of resistance, Difference between AC and DC voltage and

 

  1. C. Circuits: Ohm’s Law, Series – parallel resistance circuits, calculation of equivalent resistance, Kirchhoff’s Laws and their applications.

 

  1. Electric Cells: Primary cell, wet cell, dry cell, battery, Li-ion battery, series and parallel connections of cells, Secondary cells, Lead Acid Cell, Discharging and recharging of cells, preparation of electrolyte, care and maintenance of secondary

 

  1. Lighting Effects of Current: Lighting effect of electric current, filaments used in lamps, and Tubelight, LED, their working and

 

  1. Capacitors: Capacitor and its capacity, Concept of charging and Discharging of capacitors, Types of Capacitors and their use in circuits, Series and parallel connection of capacitors, Energy stored in a

 

  1. Electromagnetic Effects: Permanent magnets and Electromagnets, their construction and use, Polarities of an electromagnet and rules for finding

Faraday’s Laws of Electromagnetic Induction, dynamically induced e.m.f., its magnitude and induction, inductance and its unit. Mutually induced e.m.f., its magnitude and direction, Energy stored in an inductance.

 

Force acting on a current carrying conductor in magnetic field, its magnitude and direction, Principles and construction of dynamo.

 

7.  A.C Circuits

Generation of A.C. voltage, its generation and wave shape. Cycle, frequency, peak value

R.M.S. value, form factor, crest factor, Phase difference, power and power factor, A.C. Series Circuits with (i) resistance and inductance (ii) resistance and capacitance and (iii) resistance inductance and capacitance, Q factor of R.L.C. series circuits.

 

(3.GV.03) Basic Electronics

 

  1. Overview of Atom, Sub-Atomic Particles and CRO
    • Brief History of
    • Atom and its elements,
    • Electron, Force, Field intensity, Potential, Energy, current
    • Electric field, Magnetic field, Motion of charged particles in electric and magnetic
    • Overview of CRO, Electronic and Magnetic deflection in CRO,

 

2.     Voltage and Current

  • Resistance, Ohm’s law, V-I Characteristics, Resistors, Capacitors,
  • Voltage and Current sources, Symbols and Graphical representation
  • Overview of AC, DC, Cells and Batteries, Energy and

 

3.         Basics of Semiconductor

  • Semiconductor materials, Metals and Semiconductors and Photo-electric
  • N-type and P-type semiconductor, Effects of temperature on Conductivity of semiconductor.
  • PN junction diode, depletion layer, Forward & Reverse bias, V-I Characteristic, Effects of temperature, Zener diode, Photo diode, LED, Types and applications of
  • Diode as a rectifier, Half wave and full wave rectification, Zener diode
  • Introduction to Filters, Clippers, Clampers

 

4.     Bipolar Junction Transistor

  • Operation of NPN and PNP transistors, Biasing of
  • CB, CE and CC configuration
  • Introduction to FET, JFET, MOSFET, CMOS and VMOS

 

5.     Transistor Amplifier and Applications

  • Introduction, Single and Multi-stage amplifiers
  • Introduction to Oscillators
  • Introduction to Thyristors, PNPN diode, SCR, LASCR, DIAC, TRIAC

 

 

(3.GV.04) Applied Biology –II

 

  1. Nervous System: Introduction to nervous system, Classification of nerve fibres, Physiology of nerve transmission, Neurotransmitters, Human Brain, Spinal Cord, Refluxes, Epilepsy, Electroencephalogram, Autonomic Nervous System, Peripheral Nervous System

 

  1. Renal Physiology: Kidney, Nephron, Urine Formation, Renal Function Test, Dialysis

 

  1. Reproductive System: Male reproductive system, Female reproductive system, Menstrual Cycle, Fertility Control

 

  1. Endocrinology: Hormones, Homeostasis, Pituitary Gland, Thyroid Gland, Parathyroid Gland, Endocrine function of pancreas, Adrenal hormones, Local Hormones

 

  1. Digestive System: Introduction, structure and function of digestive organs Pharynx, esophagus, Stomach, Intestines, Liver & Pancreas.

 

  1. Respiratory System: Physiological Anatomy of respiratory tract, physiology of respiration, different pulmonary volumes, Artificial respiration

 

  1. Cardiovascular System: Structure and physiology of Human Heart, cardiac muscles and cardiac cycle

 

  1. Genetics: Mendelian inheritance; deviations from Mendelism – incomplete dominance, codominance, multiple alleles and inheritance of blood groups, pleiotropy; elementary idea of polygenic inheritance; chromosome theory of inheritance; chromosomes and genes; Sex determination – in humans, birds and honey bee; linkage and crossing over; sex linked inheritance – haemophilia, colour blindness; Mendelian disorders in humans

– thalassemia; chromosomal disorders in humans; Down’s syndrome, Turner’s and Klinefelter’s syndromes.

  1. Genetic Materials: Structure of DNA and RNA; DNA packaging; DNA replication; Central dogma; transcription,
  2. Genetic code, translation; gene expression and regulation – lac operon; genome and human and rice genome projects; DNA

 

(3.VP.01) Basic Electricity Lab

 

  1. Verify that resistance of conductor is directly proportional to resistivity and length and inversely proportional to cross- sectional area of the
  2. Verification of Ohm’s

 

  1. Verification of temperature co-efficient of resistance:
    • Positive for Tungsten and Nichrome and
    • Negative for
  2. Study of series resistive
  3. Study of parallel resistive
  4. Study of series and parallel connection of cells in
  5. Preparation of Electrolyte for lead acid battery and its charging and measurement of Specific gravity with the help of
  6. To find heat efficiency of an electric
  7. Charging and Discharging of a
  8. Verification of magnetic field of a Solenoid with:
    • Iron core and
    • Air
  9. Verification of Faraday’s Laws of electromagnetic
  10. Verification of Torque development in a current carrying coil in magnetic
  11. Study of R.L. series circuit and measurement of power and power
  12. Study of R.C. series circuit and measurement of power and power
  13. Study of R.L.C. series circuit and measurement of power and power
  14. Study of R.L.C. series circuit for calculation of inductive reactance, capacitive reactance, impedance and Q-

 

Instruments Required

  • Trainer kit for verifying ohm’s law,
  • Trainer kit for measuring TCR
  • Lead acid battery,
  • Hydrometer,
  • Electric kettle,
  • Trainer kit for measuring power and power factor in RLC circuits

 

 

(3.VP.02) Basic Electronics – Lab

 

  1. Study of current and voltage measurement using Ammeter and
  2. Study of current and voltage measurement using
  3. Study of current, voltage and resistance measurement using of Multi-meter
  4. Study of Power and Energy measurement using Wattmeter and Energy
  5. Study of working principle of Signal Generator and measurement of amplitude, time period and frequency of signal using
  6. Study of V-I Characteristic of
  7. Study of V-I Characteristic of Zener Diode. And use of Zener Diode as voltage
  8. Study of Half wave rectifier with and without filter

 

  1. Study of Full wave rectifier with and without filter
  2. Study CE configuration for NPN and PNP transistors and measurement of voltage and current
  3. Study CB configuration for NPN and PNP transistors and measurement of voltage and current
  4. Study CC configuration for NPN and PNP transistors and measurement of voltage and current
  5. Study of working of single layer PCB manufacturing
  6. Study of working of double layer PCB
  7. Design of 7 segment display using LED and bread

 

Instruments Required

  • Ammeter
  • Voltmeter,
  • Multimeter,
  • Galvanometer,
  • Energy Meter,
  • CRO,
  • Diode Trainer kit
  • Zener diode Trainer kit
  • Rectifier trainer kit
  • Transistor charactrics trainer kit,
  • PCB manufacturing Lab
  • Bread board trainer kit to design 7-segment

 

Level 4 (Semester I)

 

(4.GV.01) Engineering Science

 

  1. Soldering and Brazing

General characteristics of soldering, brazing joints, processes and their characteristics, brief description of soldering and brazing tools equipment, types of solders and fluxes and their uses, soldering defects and their remedies, brazing materials, advantages and disadvantages of soldering and brazing. Introduction to PCB, PCB designing, wet etching, dry etching, track correction, wiring, single sided and double sided PCB.

2.     Measuring Instruments

Construction and working principles of moving iron and moving coil voltmeters and ammeters, dynamometer type wattmeter, ohm meter, megger and induction type energy meter- their circuit connection and application for measurement of electrical quantities.

3.     Electrical Engineering Drawing

Schematic and wiring diagram for domestic simple wiring, symbols used for different electrical devices and equipments.

4.     Electrical wiring

Types of wiring – cleat wiring, casing and capping, C.T.S./T.R.S. wiring, metal sheath wiring, conduit wiring and concealed wiring – their procedure. Factors of selection of a particular wiring system, importance of switch, fuse

5.     Earthing

Earthing of wiring system, types of faults, their causes and remedies. Types of earthing- plate earthing and Pipe earthing, their procedure and application. Methods of finding numbers of circuits and circuit distribution by distribution board system, loop in system of wiring connections IE rules related to wiring.

 

(4.GV.02) Trouble Shooting & Maintenance of Electronic Equipment’s-I

 

  1. Basic Occupational Safety and Precautions

 

  1. Microphones and Loudspeakers
    • Construction, working principle and frequency response of Carbon Microphone, Variable Reactance Microphone, Capacitance Microphone, Piezo-Electric Microphone, Moving Coil
    • Frequency ranges of musical instruments, Intensity and Dynamic Range, Constructions and working principles of Moving Coil Loudspeaker, Impedance and Power Level of loudspeaker, Frequency characteristics of Practical Loudspeakers: Woofer, Tweeter, Squawker

 

3.  Recorder

  • Block diagram of disk recording and
  • Principle of optical recording, CD/ DVD manufacturing and recording, CD/ DVD player system, Advantages/
  • Steps for Fault finding &

 

 

(4.GV.03) IT Tools-I

 

  1. Computer Organization & OS: User
    • Understanding of
    • Basics of Operating
  2. Networking and
    • Network Safety
    • Network Security tools and
    • Cyber
    • Safe practices on Social
  • Office automation tools:
    • Word

 

(4.GE.01) Language – II

 

Module – 3: Listening and speaking skills

In this module the learners will be exposed to a variety of listening activities recorded on audiotapes. These will be samples of good spoken English, which the learners can use as models. Work sheets will accompany the listening material.

This module will include the following:

  1. Introducing yourself/friends in formal and informal
  2. Inviting people (over the phone and face to face) giving details of occasion, time place and date. Acceptance and refusal of invitation – formal and
  3. Seeking and supplying information (example opening an account in a bank, applying for loans )
  4. Talking and conveying messages (over the phone and face to face).
  5. Giving directions /
  6. Discussing contemporary issues related to environment, child labour, gender bias
  7. Listening to excepts form television and
  8. Listening to poems/plays (prescribed).
  9. Listening to speeches /
  10. Listening to songs like “We shall overcome”.

 

Module – 4 to 6: (English for specific purposes) (opt any one)

There modules are being offered. A learner has to opt for any one. The first is for academic purposes and the next two are for vocational purposes. The focus is not on the teaching of the subject matter like science and literature but on the way in which language is used in the deferent subjects.

 

Module 4: English for Science

This course will introduce learners to some interesting pieces of popular science

  1. Health and hygiene
  2. Conservation of (nearly extinct)

 

  1. Plant
  2. Bio gas / solar

These pieces illustrate the use of English in scientific writing: giving information factually, logically and objectively.

 

Module 4: English for Receptionist

This module will introduce the learners to a variety of exercises, tasks and meaningful activities related to the receptionist’s use of English. The printed course materials will be supported by tapes.

The following competencies be developed:

  1. Receiving messages, making request
  2. Supplying information
  3. Giving advice and making suggestions
  4. Dealing with complaints
  5. Making entries in an appointment book, register

 

Module 4: English for Office Use

This course will help the learner to use English effectively and appropriately in the office environment. The competencies will be developed.

  1. Using the telephone taking and passing
  2. Receiving messages
  3. Marking noting on files and
  4. Writing office notes, memos, notices, agendas for
  5. Telegrams and fax
  6. Writing business letters, application enquires,
  7. Filling in forms, cheques, pay in slips

 

(4.VP.01) Engineering Science – Lab

 

  1. Introduction to tools and measuring instruments, their safe keeping, safety
  2. precautions
  3. Measurement of resistance by ammeter and voltmeter method and Ohm
  4. Dismantling and reassembly of
  5. Calibration of ammeter, voltmeter and wattmeter with the help of standard
  6. Calibration of single phase energy meter with the help of standard wattmeter and stop watch.
  7. Controlling lamps in series, parallel and series
  8. Controlling lamps for two or three
  9. Drawing schematic diagram to give supply to
  10. Practice on casing and capping
  11. Practice on cleat
  12. Practice on CTS/TRS
  13. Practice on metal sheet weather proof rigid PVC
  14. Practice on conduit
  15. Practice on concealed
  16. Measurement of insulation resistance of wiring installation by
  17. Polarity test of wiring
  18. Testing of wiring

 

  1. Installation of pipe earthing for wiring
  2. Installation of plate earthing for wiring

 

Instruments Required

  • Ammeter
  • Voltmeter
  • Ohm meter
  • Dynamo
  • Wattmeter,
  • Stop watch controlling lamp
  • Different types of wire for practice on wiring,
  • Conduit pipes
  • Megger
  • Materials for earthing

(4.VP.02) Trouble Shooting & Maintenance of Electronic Equipment’s Lab

 

  1. Assembly study and fault finding of an audio
  2. Assembly, study and fault finding of a graphic
  3. Study working, assembly & fault finding of Colour
  4. Study working, assembly & fault finding of LCD
  5. To trace the fault in the following panel controls and correct them:
    • Volume
    • Brightness
    • Contrast
    • Vertical hold
  6. To trace the following stages of T.V. set: Tuner, MF stage, Video detector, Video amplifier.
    • Sound I.T. Sound output
    • Syne
    • Vertical
    • Horizontal
    • Line Driver
    • Line output
    • Power
  7. To find fault for the following defects:
    • No picture no
    • Sound present, picture
    • Picture rolls
    • Picture tears (Horizontal oscillator).
    • Faults in tuner/IF/power
  8. Study working, assembly & fault finding of tape recorder
  9. Study working, assembly & fault finding of CD/DVD player
  10. Study working, assembly & fault finding of

 

  1. Study working, assembly & fault finding of
  2. Study working, assembly & fault finding of Microwave
  3. Study working, assembly & fault finding of
  4. Study working, assembly & fault finding of Fax
  5. Study working, assembly & fault finding of UPS
  6. Study working, assembly & fault finding of DTH

 

Equipment’s Required

 

  1. Demo kit to understand the working of different section of color TV and to create the fault and rectifying the
  2. Trainer kit/ demo module to understand the working and fault finding of tape recorder system
  3. Trainer kit/ demo module to understand the working and fault finding of CD/ DVD system
  4. Trainer kit/ demo module to understand the working and fault finding of Printer system
  5. Trainer kit/ demo module to understand the working and fault finding of Scanner system
  6. Trainer kit/ demo module to understand the working and fault finding of Microwave oven system
  7. Trainer kit/ demo module to understand the working and fault finding of Telephone system
  8. Trainer kit/ demo module to understand the working and fault finding of Fax Machine system
  9. Trainer kit/ demo module to understand the working and fault finding of UPS system
  10. Trainer kit/ demo module to understand the working and fault finding of DTH kit

 

Level 4 (Semester II)

 

(4.GV.04) Physics and Technology in Imaging

 

  1. Physical Quantity, its unit and measurement: Fundamental and derived quantity, SI unit, various physical/radiation quantity used in Diagnostic Radiology and its unit (for example, KVp, mA, mAS, Heat unit (HU)
  2. Radiation quantities and units: Radiation intensity-exposure, roentgen, its limitations-kerma and absorbed dose-electronic equilibrium-rad, gray, conversion factor for roentgen to rad-quality factor-dose equivalent-rem, Sievert. Quality factor, dose equivalent, relationship between absorbed dose and equivalent
  3. Radiation detection and measurements: Principle of radiation detection-Basic principles of ionization chambers, proportional counters, G.M counters and scintillation detectors. Measuring system: free ionization chamber-thimble ion chamber-condenser chamber-secondary standard dosimeter-film dosimeter-chemical dosimeter-Thermo Luminescent Dosimeter-Pocket
  4. Radiation intensity and exposure, photon flux and energy flux
  5. Photochemistry: Principles: Acidity, alkalinity, pH, the processing cycle, development, developer solution. Fixing, fixer solution, washing, drying replenishment, checking and adjusting-latent image formation–nature of development-constitution of developer- development time-factors in the use of developer. Fixers-constitution of fixing solution- factors affecting the fixer-replenishment of fixer-silver conservation-Drying-developer and fixer for automatic film processor-rinsing-washing and drying. Replenishment rates in manual and automatic processing-Silver recovery-Auto and manual
  6. X-rays: Discovery of x-rays-X-ray production and properties: Bremsstrahlung radiations-Characteristics X-Rays, factors affecting X-ray emission spectra, X-ray quality and quantity, HVL measurements, heel effect, soft and hard X-Rays, added and inherent filtration, reflection and transmission
  7. Fluoroscopy: Fluorescence and phosphorescence – description, fluorescent materials used in fluoroscopic screens, construction of fluoroscopic screen and related accessories, tilting table, dark adaptation. Basic principles of cine fluoroscopy and angiography use of grid controlled x-ray

 

(4.GV.05) Digital Electronics

 

  1. Number Systems and Boolean Algebra
    • Basics of Analog and
    • Boolean algebra, De-morgan’s law, Truth

 

2.         Logical Circuits

  • Logic gates: AND, OR, NOT, NOR, NAND, XOR,
  • Combinational Circuits:
  • Arithmetic Circuits: Half adders, Full adders, sub tractors,
  • Data Processing Circuits: Encoders, Decoders, Multiplexers, De-Multiplexers

3.          Latches and Flip-Flops

  • Concept of Latches, Types of Latches, SR

 

  • SR Flip Flop, JK Flip Flop, D Flip flop, T Flip Flop, Flip
  • Introduction to counters, Types of counters Asynchronous and
  • Introduction to shift registers, types of shift registers,

4.         Introduction to Display Devices

  • LED, LCD, 7 segment display

5.         Integrated Circuits and Memories

  • Introduction to IC’s, Importance and applications, Linear and Digital IC’s.
  • Introduction to SSI, MSI, LSI and VLSI (Terminology & Definitions).
  • Memory Organisation and Operations, RAM, ROM.

 

 (4.GV.06) Trouble Shooting & Maintenance of Electronics Equipment’s-II

 

  1. TV System
    • Working principle with block diagram of TV transmitter and receiver, Brief description with circuit diagram: TV Tuner, Video IF stage, Sound stage, Picture tube & its associated circuit, synchronizing circuits, Horizontal & vertical deflection circuits, Remote control of a TV receiver, Idea of bandwidth, blanking and synchronization pulses, modulation scheme, colour
    • Cable type TV system, Head end processor, Trunk & cable distribution system with block diagram,
    • Introduction to LCD and LED TV systems, Introduction to high definition systems. Steps for Fault finding &

2.     Modern Appliances

Working principle and block diagram of following: Microwave oven, Telephone, Fax machine, Printers, Scanners. Steps for Fault finding & Analysis. Working principle and block diagram of following: Microwave oven, Telephone, Fax machine, Printers, Scanners. Steps for Fault finding & Analysis. Working principle and block diagram of following: Microwave oven, Telephone, Fax machine, Printers, Scanners. Steps for Fault finding & Analysis.

(4.GV.07) IT Tools-II

 

  1. Multi Media Design: (Open Source Design Tools).
    • Interface and Drawing Tools in
    • Applying
    • Creating and handling multiple
    • Using Stamping and Smudging
    • Importing

II.          Troubleshooting: Hardware, Software and Networking.

  • Commonly encountered
  • (Monitor: No display, KB/Mouse not responding, monitor giving beeps, printer not responding, check for virus, delete temporary files if system is slow, adjust mouse speed).

III.          Work Integrated Learning IT – ISM

  • Identification of Work

 

  • Work

(4.VP.03) IT Tools – Lab

 

  • Spreadsheets, Word, Presentation
  • Multimedia Design
  • Troubleshooting
  • Project / Practical File
  • Viva Voce

 

(4.VP.04) Digital Electronics – Lab

 

  1. Verification of truth tables for AND, OR, NOT and NAND logic
  2. Verification of truth tables for NOR, XOR and XNOR logic
  3. Construction and verification of operations of half adder and full adder circuits using basic
  4. Construction and verification of operations of half adder and full adder circuits using XOR
  5. Construction and verification of operations of full adder and full adder circuits using NAND
  6. Construction and verification of operations of half & full Subtractor circuit using basic gates.
  7. Construction and verification of operations of half & full Subtractor circuit using XOR gates.
  8. Construction and verification of operations of half & full Subtractor circuit using NAND gates.
  9. Study and verification of truth tables for 3 line to 8-line
  10. Study and verification of truth tables for 8 line to 3 line and 10 line to 4-line
  11. Study and verification of truth tables for 4:1 MUX using gates
  12. Study and verification of truth tables for 1:4 DEMUX using
  13. Study and verification of truth tables for 8:1 MUX using IC
  14. Study and verification of truth tables for 1:8 DEMUX using IC
  15. To study and verify the truth table of excess-3 to BCD code
  16. To study and verify the truth table of binary to gray code
  17. Construction and verification of truth tables for S-R, D and J-K flip
  18. Study working of various display devices. (LED, Common anode, Common cathode 7 segment display)
  19. Study and verification of truth table for universal shift
  20. Study the operation of a synchronous

 

Level 5 (Semester I)

 

(5.GV.01) Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation-II

 

Unit, dimensions and standards: Scientific notations and metric prefixes. SI electrical units, SI temperature scales, Other unit systems, dimension and standards.

Measurement Errors: Gross error, systematic error, absolute error and relative error, accuracy, precision, resolution and significant figures, Measurement error combination, basics of statistical analysis.

PMMC instrument, galvanometer, DC ammeter, DC voltmeter, series ohm meter

Transistor voltmeter circuits, AC electronic voltmeter, current measurement with electronic instruments, probes Digital voltmeter systems, digital multimeters, digital frequency meter system.

 

(5.GV.02) Basic Anatomy (Cross Sectional Anatomy-II)

 

  1. Introduction to Sectional Anatomy & Terminology- Sectional planes, Anatomical relationships/terminology
  2. Anatomy of the upper thorax and mid thorax- Surface anatomy relationships, Bony structures and muscles, Blood vessels, Lungs, heart and great vessels, Esophagus
  3. Anatomy of the Abdomen- Major organs and their accessories, Abdominal blood vessels
  4. Anatomy of the Pelvis- Bony structures and associated muscles, Digestive and urinary systems
  5. Neuro Anatomy- Scan planes
  6. Brain – Cerebral hemispheres, Sinuses, Ventricles, Brainstem and associated parts, Arterial/venous systems, Basal ganglia, Cranial nerves
  7. Spine- Vertebra and disc, Spinal cord and meninges
  8. Neck- Arterial/venous systems, Muscles, Glands and pharynx

 

(5.GV.03) Tools, Equipment and Safety Measures-I

 

  1. Cables & Connectors
    • Non-Metallic Sheathed Cable
    • Un grounded & Grounded Power Supply Cable
    • Metallic Sheathed Cable
    • Multi-Conductor Cable
    • Coaxial Cable
    • Unshielded Twisted Pair Cable
    • Shielded twisted pair cable
    • Ribbon Cable
    • Armoured & Unarmoured Cable
    • Twin-Lead Cable
    • Twin axial Cable
    • Optical fiber cable
    • Connectors

2.     ESD Clothing

 

  • What to wear, how to wear

 

(5.GV.04) Soldering & De-Soldering of Components-I

 

  1. Soldering & De Soldering of Basic Components
    • Soldering Tools
    • Different types of Soldering Guns related to Temperature and wattages, types of tips
    • Solder materials and their grading
    • Soldering and De Soldering Stations and their Specifications
    • Preparing Component for Soldering
    • PCB Applications
    • Types of PCB
    • Soldering Basic Components on PCB
    • De soldering Basic Components
    • Safety precautions while Soldering & De soldering
    • Check for cold continuity of PCB
    • Identification of loose/dry solder, broken tracks on printed wire assemblies & discrete components mounted circuit boards
    • Join the broken PCB track and test
    • De soldering using Pump and wick
    • Introduction of SMD Components

 

(5.VP.01) Identification of Components, Tools, Equipment’s & working – Lab

 

  1. Identification & working of various electronic components
  2. Working of testing equipment
  3. Measurement using Multimeter & Clamp meter
  4. Battery health check-up
  5. Measure and test the voltage of given

(5.VP.02) Basic Diagnostics (Lab)

  1. X–Ray Imaging
    • X–Ray
    • Stationary & Rotation
    • X–ray Consolestation (Demo of KV, MA and exposure time settings).
    • Procedures to reduce Scattered
    • Focus
    • Image
    • Use of contrast

 

2.               Dark Room Technique

 

  • Images to ring
  • Film cassette
  • Duplicating a films
  • Films types – Specialized
  • Operation, storage.
  • Photo
  • Radiation protection,

 

3.     Radiological Positioning

  • Patient transfer
  • Turning the
  • Restraint techniques – Trauma, Pediatric, Geriatric, physically handicapped, disturbed patients, an aesthetized patient, moving chair & stretcher
  • Tubes & catheters, Nasogastric, chest, Urinary, intravenous, oxygen & other (Castsurgical & cardiac) Alcoholic, bed pans &

 

Level 5 (Semester II)

 

(5.GV.05) Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation – II

 

Voltmeter and ammeter methods, Wheatstone bridge, low resistance measurements, low resistance measuring instruments AC bridge theory, capacitance bridges, Inductance bridges, Q meter

CRO: CRT, wave form display, time base, dual trace oscilloscope, measurement of voltage, frequency and phase by CRO, Oscilloscope probes, Oscilloscope specifications and performance. Delay time based Oscilloscopes, Sampling Oscilloscope, DSO, DSO applications

Instrument calibration: Comparison method, digital multimeters as standard instrument, calibration instrument Recorders: X-Y recorders, plotters

 

(5.GV.06) Basic Imaging

 

  1. The photographic Process: Introduction, visible light, images produced by radiation, light sensitive photographic
  2. Image Characteristic: Real and mental images, reflected, transmitted and emitted light images Photographic emulsions. The photographic latent image. Positive process
  3. Film materials in X-ray: History, structure of an x- ray film, single and double emulsion films, types of films, cross over
  4. Spectral sensitivity of film material, graininess of film material, speed and contrast of photographic
  5. Sensitometry: Photographic density, characteristic curves, features of the characteristic curve.
  6. Intensifying screens and cassettes. Cassette design, care of cassettes, types of cassettes, and mounting of intensifying screens, loading and unloading of cassettes, Care of intensifying screens, tests to check screen film contact and light
  7. The fluorescent materials, types of intensifying screens, intensification factor. The influence of KV, scattered radiation. Detail, sharpness and speed, size of the crystals, reciprocity failure, and quantum
  8. Film processing: The nature of development-manual or automatic. The PH scale, constitution of developing solutions both in manual and automatic processing and properties of developing chemicals, development time, factors in the use of a developer, developer activity.
  9. Dark Room: Layout and planning. Dark room construction – Nature of floor, walls, ceiling and radiation protection, Dark room equipment and its layout. Location of pass through boxes or cassette
  10. Radiographic Image: Components in image quality-density, contrast and
  11. Photo Fluorography: Cine cameras, cine fluorography, cine film, serial cameras, processing of cine films, flurographic

 

(5.GV.07) Tools, Equipment & Safety Measures-II

 

  1. Tools & Equipment
    • Types of tools & equipment required and deployed in manufacturing, installing & servicing
    • Identification and termination process
    • General maintenance of tools/equipment and recalibration of Test equipment
    • General safety and common-sense safety
  2. PPE
    • Usage & benefits of PPE
    • Types & usage of various PPE
    • Maintenance of PPE
  3. Clean Room Environment
    • Do’s and Don’t
    • Shop Floor Discipline

 

(5.GV.08) Soldering & De-soldering components & Emergency actions

 

  1. Introduction to SMD Components
    • Identification of 2, 3, 4 terminal SMD components
    • Soldering the SMD components on the PCB
    • Make the necessary settings on SMD soldering station to solder various ICs of different packages by choosing proper clamping tools
    • Identify various connections and the setup required for SMD soldering station
    • De solder the SMD components from the given PCB
    • Make the necessary settings on SMD soldering station to de solder various ICs of different packages by choosing proper clamping tools
    • Make a panel board using different types of switches for a given application
    • Identification of crimping tools for various IC packages
    • Reliable Soldering Practices

 

2.     Emergency actions

  • Minimum Requirements
  • Reporting Emergencies
  • Emergency exits
  • Primary and secondary evacuation routes
  • Locations of fire extinguishers
  • Fire alarm pull stations’ location
  • Assembly points
  • Medical Services

 

(5.VP.03) Soldering & De-soldering components – Lab

 

  1. Assemble the product
  2. Dis-assemble the product
  3. Safety Precautions & emergency plans

 

(5.VP.04) Basic Imaging Practical’s Lab

 

  1. Test to check the x-ray films and screen contact in the cassette
  2. Test to check light leakage in the
  3. To check the effect of safe light on exposed as well as unexposed x-ray film

 

Level 6 (Semester I)

 

(6.GV.01) Fault Analysis & Repairs

 

  1. Classification of fault
  2. Identification of fault
  3. Rectification of fault
  4. Repairing/Replacing Module
  5. Analysis for the different types of equipment’s
    • Smartphones
    • Air Conditioning
    • Security systems
    • Electronically controlled doors
  6. Fault analysis based on hardware and software component
  7. Diagnostic and Testing Methods
  8. Visual Inspection
  9. Earth Continuity Test
  10. Insulation Resistance Test

(6.GV.02) Cross Sectional Anatomy-II

 

  1. Introduction to Sectional Anatomy & Terminology- Sectional planes, Anatomical relationships/terminology
  2. Anatomy of the upper thorax- Surface anatomy relationships, Bony structures and muscles, Blood
  3. Divisions of the mid-thorax, heart and great vessels- Lungs, heart and great vessels, Esophagus
  4. CT/MRI Images of the Thorax – Normal and pathologic
  5. Anatomy of the Abdomen- Major organs and their accessories, Abdominal blood vessels
  6. CT/MR Images of Abdomen – Normal and pathologic
  7. Anatomy of the Pelvis- Bony structures and associated muscles, Digestive and urinary systems
  8. Reproductive Organs
  9. CT/MR Images of the Male/Female Pelvis- Normal and pathologic
  10. Neuro Anatomy- Scan planes
  11. Brain – Cerebral hemispheres, Sinuses, Ventricles, Brainstem and associated parts, Arterial/venous systems, Basal ganglia, Cranial nerves
  12. Spine- Vertebra and disc, Spinal cord and meninges
  13. Neck- Arterial/venous systems, Muscles, Glands and pharynx

 

(6.GV.03) Electronics Devices Circuit-I

 

Unit I

Energy Bands and Charge Carrier in Semiconductor: Bonding forces and energy bands in solids, Charge Carriers in Semiconductors, Carrier Concentrations, Drift Mechanism. Excess carriers in Semiconductors: Optical Absorption, Carrier Lifetime: Direct Recombination, Steady State Carrier Generation, Quasi-Fermi Level, Diffusion of carriers and Einstein

 

relation.

UNIT II Junctions: Equilibrium Conditions, Forward and Reveres Biased Junctions; Steady State Conditions. Optoelectronic Devices: Photodiode V-I characteristic, Photodetector, Solar Cells, Light Emitting Diode.

 

(6.GV.04) Radiation & Administrative Issues

 

  1. Quality Assurance: General principles and preventive maintenance for routine, daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, annually – machine calibration. Basic concepts of quality assurance, Radiation proof test; Resolution test; Phantom measurements – CT, US and MRI, Sensitometry, State and local regulations governing radiation protection
  2. Maintenance and care of equipment: Safe operation of equipment, Routine cleaning of equipment and instruments, Cassette, screen maintenance, Maintenance of automatic processor and manual processing units, Routine maintenance of
  3. Radiation protection: Somatic and genetic radiation effects, Basis for occupational exposure limits, Ionizing radiation from natural and man-made source and their approximate dose equivalent contribution. Legal and ethical radiation protection responsibilities of radiation
  4. Units detection and measurement: Units of radiation for exposure, absorbed dose, dose equivalent, and radio- activity, Quality factor to determine the dose
  5. Radiation detection devices: Ion-Chambers, Proportional counter, Thermo- luminescent dosimeters (TLD), Appropriate application and limitation of each radiation detection
  6. Personal monitoring and occupational exposures: Monitoring devices, Body badges and ring badges. Thermo-luminescent dosimeters. Pocket ionization chambers. Applications, advantages and limitations of each device, Values for dose equivalent limits for occupational radiation exposures. Structures critical for potential life effect for whole body irradiation. Age proportion formula for the determination of a maximum accumulated dose

7.        Patient Protection:

Relationship of beam limiting devices with radiation protection of patients, Added and inherent filtration, Purpose and importance of patient shielding, Patient shielding devices and radiographic procedures shielding to the radiographic procedures, Protection of women at child- bearing age, Methods to avoid repeat radiographs, Importance of clear, concise, instruction (effective communication skills) as a method of radiation protection, Effects of immobilization techniques to eliminate voluntary motions

  1. AERB specifications: Radiation safety (lead glass equivalence, lead lined doors) – room size – type approval – registrations & licenses – selection of exposure parameter for various protocols – diagnostic reference

 

(6.VP.01) Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab

 

  1. Study of Lab Equipments and Components: CRO, Multimeter, and Function Generator, Power supply- Active, Passive Components and Bread
  2. P-N Junction diode: Characteristics of PN Junction diode – Static and dynamic resistance measurement from

 

  1. Applications of PN Junction diode: Half & Full wave rectifier- Measurement of Vrms, Vdc, and ripple
  2. Characteristics of    Zener    diode:    V-I    characteristics    of                                    zener             diode,    Graphical measurement of forward and reverse
  3. Application of Zener diode: Zener diode as voltage regulator. Measurement of percentage regulation by varying load

 

 

(6.VP.02) Fault Analysis & Repairs – Lab

 

  1. Categorization of faults
    • Hardware/Software, User Induced, Component Failures
    • L0 to L4 repairs
  2. Testing electrical/electronic components in the product
  3. Troubleshoot and repair of the faults identified in the product
  4. Preventive Maintenance Services

 

Level 6 (Semester II)

 

(6.GV.05) CT and Ultrasound

 

  1. Computed Tomography (CT)
    • Basic Computed Tomography: Basic principles of CT, generations of CT, CT instrumentation, image formation in CT, CT image reconstruction, Hounsfield unit, CT image quality, CT image display
    • X-ray tube: Construction working and limitations, generations, methods of cooling the anode, anode rating chart, speed of anode rotation, angle of anode inclination, Focus, anode heel effect, Effect of variation of anode voltage and filament temperature, inherent filter and added filter, bow tie filter, effect on quality of the spectrum.
    • Collimator designs: Pencil beam, Fan beam, Cone beam CT, Z-axis collimation, detector design – construction and working – Gas filled detectors – solid state detectors – flat panel
    • Principles of tomography: advantages and limitations – generations – spiral CT – slip ring technology – Multislice CT – dual source CT – pitch – rotation
    • Basic principles of Image Reconstruction: Back projection, analytical an iterative methods – MPR – MIP – volume rendering – surface shaded display (SSD) – bone reconstruction.
    • CT artefacts: motion artefacts, streak artefacts, ring artefacts, partial volume artefacts etc. causes and
    • Dose and Dosimetry: CT Dose Index (CTDI, etc.), Multiple Scan Average Dose (MSAD), Dose Length Product (DLP), Dose Profile, Effective Dose, Phantom Measurement Methods, Dose for Different Application Protocols, Technique Optimization
    • Advanced Computed Tomography: Helical CT scan: Slip ring technology, advantages, multi detector array helical CT, cone – beam geometry, reconstruction of helical CT images, CT artifact, CT angiography, CT fluoroscopy, HRCT, post processing techniques: MPR, MIP, Min IP, 3D rendering: SSD and VR, CT Dose, patient preparation, Imaging techniques and protocols for various parts of body, CT contrast enhanced protocols – CT angiography – (Aortogram, selective angiogram head, neck and peripheral) image documentation and Filing, maintenance of equipment and

·       Technical Assessment and Equipment Purchase Recommendations

  1. Ultrasonography
    • Basic Acoustics, Ultrasound terminologies: acoustic pressure, power, intensity, impedance, speed, frequency, dB notation: relative acoustic pressure and relative acoustic
    • Interaction of US with matter: reflection, transmission, scattering, refraction and absorption, attenuation and attenuation coefficients, US machine controls, US focusing.
    • Production of ultrasound: Piezoelectricity, Medical ultrasound transducer: Principle, construction and working, characteristics of US
    • Ultrasound display modes: A, B, M

 

  • Real-time ultrasound: Line density and frame rate, Real-time ultrasound transducers: mechanical and electronic arrays, ultrasound artifacts, ultrasound recording devices, and Distance, area & volume

·       Techniques for imaging different anatomic areas, ultrasound artifacts, biological effects and safety.

  • Doppler Ultrasound: Doppler Theory, Doppler-Frequency Shift, Reflector Velocity Dependence, Doppler Angle Dependence, Spectral Analysis, Continuous Wave (CW) Doppler, Pulsed Doppler, Pulse Transmission and Range Gating, Aliasing, Duplex Scanning, Color Flow Imaging, Power Doppler, Patient preparation for Doppler, Doppler artifacts, vascular

 

 (6.GV.06) Manufacturing & Quality Norms

 

  1. Manufacturing & Quality Norms- keep it differently according to all applications
    • Manpower Deployment and Operations as per Work Instructions and criticality of the process Understanding how to form each operation and practical training of operation
    • Understanding accept and reject criterion of a particular operation. Practical training of testing/checking each operation
    • Quality Norms of accept and practical training of electronic equipment’s/Devices Acceptance/Rejection training of various defects
  2. Manufacturing & Quality Norms – II
    • Process in packing line-packing line Operations sequence flow and its importance
    • Quality Systems – Accept, Reject criterion of various tests at OQA
    • Training of Assembly of electronic components – Assemble, Check, test electronic components
    • Various Labels and their Importance – Understanding Labels, Scanning and its importance
    • Packing of components/devices – Various Stages of packing
    • Acceptance, Reject and sampling following QA norms – AQL level, Sampling techniques, as per QA sampling accept, reject numbers

 

(6.GV.07) Electronics Devices Circuit-II

 

  1. Good Manufacturing Concepts & Practices – II
    • Brief Introduction
    • Total Quality Management
    • ISO Standards
  2. Kaizen
  3. Toyota Production System
  4. Lean Manufacturing
    • Combination of Inventory
    • Supply Chain
  5. Quality and Inspection
    • 3 Sigma and 6 Sigma Orientation

 

 

(6.VP.03) Electronic Devices and Circuits –II Lab

 

  1. Characteristic of BJT: BJT in CE configuration- Graphical measurement of parameters from input and output characteristics. Measurement of Av, AI, Ro and Ri of CE amplifier with potential divider
  2. Measurement of Operational Amplifier Parameters: Common Mode Gain, Differential Mode Gain, CMRR, Slew
  3. Applications of Op-amp: Op-amp as summing amplifier, Difference amplifier, Integrator and
  4. Field Effect Transistors: Single stage Common source FET amplifier –plot of gain in dB Vs frequency, Measurement of, bandwidth, input impedance, maximum signal handling capacity (MSHC) of an
  5. Oscillators: Sinusoidal oscillators. Wein’s bridge oscillator b. phase shift

(6.VP.04) Manufacturing Practices

 

  1. Work study concepts
  2. Team work concepts

 

Level 7 (Semester I)

 

(7.GV.01) MRI, Image Processing and Recording

 

  1. Basic concepts of Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI): Atomic structure, Hydrogen as imaging medium, magnetism, precession, resonance, Electromagnetic radiation, NMR – basic concepts of MRI, Faraday’s
  2. Basic MR Image formation: RF Excitation, Relaxation (T1 and T2), Computation and display, Free induction decay, RF wave form
  3. Introduction to MR coils: Volume coils, Gradient coils, Slice selection, phase encoding, frequency encoding
  4. Artifacts: Cause of artifacts, Image quality, image contrast, signal to noise ratio, resolution, artefacts, MR contrast agents, Advanced MR techniques, flow effects, MR angiography echo planner imaging, magnetization transfer, fat suppression, MR spectroscopy, functional imaging, Magnetic resonance hazards and safety, Recent development.
  5. MRI Scanners: Methods of MRI imaging methods; Head and Neck ,Thorax, Abdomen, Musculoskeletal System imaging; Clinical indications and contraindications; types of common sequences effects of sequence on imaging; Protocols for various studies, slice section, patient preparation; positioning of the patient; patient care-calibration – paramagnetic agents and dose, additional techniques and recent advances in MRI; image acquisition-modification of procedures in an unconscious or un co-operative patient; plain studies; contrast studies; special procedures; reconstructions; 3D images; MRS blood flow imaging, diffusion/perfusion scans; strength and limitations of MRI; role of
  6. MR safety: instrumentation and biological effects

 

(7.GV.02) Advanced Imaging

 

  1. Computed Tomography its principle, various generations and
  2. Ultrasonography, Color Doppler- its principle, advancements and
  3. Digital Radiography and Digital subtraction angiography equipment- principle, advancements and
  4. Fusion Imaging including PET-CT, PET-
  5. Digital Mammography, DEXA equipment- principle, advancements and
  6. Tele radiology HIS, RIS and PACS
  7. Image processing in digital radiography systems: Post processing techniques in console using CR, DR and flat panel fluoroscopy systems
  8. Basic angiography and DSA

 

(7.VP.01) MRI, Image Processing and Recording

 

  1. MRI Images of the Thorax – Normal and pathologic
  2. MR Images of Abdomen – Normal and pathologic
  3. MR Images of the Male/Female Pelvis- Normal and pathologic
  4. Neuro Anatomy- Scan planes brain – Cerebral hemispheres, Sinuses, Ventricles, Brainstem and associated parts, Arterial/venous systems, Basal ganglia, Cranial nerves
  5. Spine- Vertebra and disc, Spinal cord and meninges

 

 

(7.VP.02) Advanced Imaging

 

  1. Central Nervous System: Myelography, Cerebral studies, Ventriculography
  2. Arthrography: Shoulder, Hip, Knee, Elbow
  3. Angiography: Carotid Angiography (4 Vessel angiography), Thoracic and Arch Aortography, Selective studies: Renal, SMA, Coeliac axis, Vertebral angiography, Femoral arteriography, Angiocardiography
  4. Venography: Peripheral venography, Cerebral venography, Inferior and superior venocavography, Relevant visceral phlebography
  5. Cardiac catheterization procedures: PTCA, BMV, CAG, Pacemaker, Electrophyiology
  6. Gynaecology: Hysterosalpingography
  7. Biliary system: Plain film radiography, Intravenous cholangiography, percutaneous cholangiography, Endoscopic retrograde cholangio-pancreatography. (ERCP), Operative cholangiography, Post-Operative cholangiography (T-tube Cholangiography)
  8. Gastrointestinal tract: Barium meal, Barium swallow, Small bowel enema, Barium enema.
  9. Renal tract: Intravenous urography, retrograde pyelography, micturating cystourethrography.
  10. Other: Sialography

 

Level 7 (Semester II)

 

(7.GV.03) Admin, Medico Legal and Interventional Procedures

 

  1. Principals of Management: Introduction to management, Strategic Management, Foundations of Planning, Planning Tools and Techniques, Decision Making, conflict and stress management, Managing Change and Innovation, Understanding Groups and Teams, Leadership, Time Management, Cost and efficiency.
  2. Medical law and ethics: Medical ethics; Definition, Goal, Scope; Introduction to Code of conduct; Basic principles of medical ethics – Confidentiality; Malpractice and negligence; Autonomy and informed consent – Right of patients; Care of the terminally ill-Euthanasia ; Organ transplantation; Medico legal aspects of medical records – Medico legal case and type- Records and document related to MLC – ownership of medical records – Confidentiality Privilege communication – Release of medical information – Unauthorized disclosure – retention of medical records – other various aspects; Professional Indemnity insurance policy; Development of standardized protocol to avoid near miss or sentinel events; Obtaining an informed
  3. Quality and patient safety: Quality assurance; Concepts of Quality of Care, Quality Improvement Approaches, Standards and Norms, Quality Improvement Tools, Introduction to NABH guidelines; AERB specifications, radiation safety (lead glass equivalence, lead lined doors), room size, type approval, registrations & licenses, selection of exposure parameter for various protocols, diagnostic reference
  4. Basics of emergency care and life support skills: Basic life support (BLS), sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA), cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), Automated External Defibrillator (AED).

 

(7.GV.04) Project

 

Project work may include case study related to Newer Imaging Technology.

 

 

(7.VP.03) Admin, Medico Legal and Interventional Procedures

 

  1. Quality assurance and Radiation safety survey in diagnostic X-ray
  2. Community orientation and clinical visit: Visit will include visit to the entire chain of healthcare delivery system – sub centre, PHC, CHC, SDH, DH and Medical College, private hospitals, dispensaries and
  3. Governance at village level including interaction and group discussion with village panchayat and front line health
  4. Clinical visit to their respective professional department within the

Curriculum-Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

 

Level Code Educational Component Credit Marks
 

 

 

 

3

 

Semester I

Theory
3.GE.01 Language – I 3 50
3.GE.02 Applied Chemistry 3 50
3.GE.03 Applied Physics 3 50
3.GE.04 Applied Mathematics-I 3 50
Lab/Practical
3.GP.01 Applied Chemistry Lab 1.5 50
3.GP.02 Applied Physics Lab 1.5 50
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
Operator – Conventional Training (CSC/Q0110)  

(Any one)

15 200
Fitter – Fabrication (CSC/Q0303)
Assistant MMAW SMAW Welder (CSC/ Q 0202)
 

 

 

3

 

Semester II

Theory
3.GV.01 General Foundation Course –I 3 50
3.GV.02 Basic Electricity 3 50
3.GV.03 Basic Electronics 3 50
3.GV.04 Applied Mathematics – II 3 50
Lab/Practical
3.VP.01 Basic Electricity – Lab 1.5 50
3.VP.02 Basic Electronics – Lab 1.5 50
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
One more QP to be opted from the QPs mentioned in Level 3 first semester (Any one) 15 200
 

 

 

 

 

 

4

 

Semester I

Theory
4.GV.01 Engineering Science 3 50
4.GV.02 Soldering & De-Soldering of Components – I 3 50
4.GV.03 IT Tools 3 50
4.GE.01 Language – II 3 50
Lab/Practical
4.VP.01 Engineering Science Lab. 1.5 50
4.VP.02 IT Tools (Practical) 1.5 50
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
Functional Tester – RAC (ELE/Q3601)  

 

(Any one)

 

 

15

 

 

200

Manual Soldering Technician (ELE/Q0105)
Fitter – Mechanical Assembly (CSC/Q0304)
Draftsman – Mechanical (CSC/Q 0402)
Theory

 

 

Level Code Educational Component Credit Marks
4

Semester II

4.GV.04 General Foundation Course –II 3 50
4.GV.05 Manufacturing Technology 3 50
4.GV.06 Basics of Applied Thermodynamics 3 50
4.GV.07 Electrical Machines (787) 3 50
Lab/Practical
4.VP.03 Material Science Lab. 1.5 50
4.VP.04 Production Practice Lab – I 1.5 50
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
One more QP to be opted from the QPs mentioned in the Level 4 first semester (Any one) 15 200
 

 

 

 

 

5

 

Semester I

Theory
5.GV.01 Basics of Refrigeration 3 50
5.GV.02 Basics of Air Conditioning 3 50
5.GV.03 Engineering Material 3 50
5.GV.04 Soldering & De-Soldering of Components & Emergency actions II 3 50
Lab/Practical
5.VP.01 Metrology and Measuring Instruments Lab 1.5 50
5.VP.02 Heat Transfer lab. 1.5 50
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
Field Technician- AC (ELE/Q 3102)  

(Any one)

 

15

 

200

Field Technician- Refrigeration (ELE/Q 3103)
Field Engineer- RACW (ELE/Q3105)
 

 

 

5

 

Semester II

Theory
5.GV.05 Industrial Management 3 50
5.GV.06 Total Quality Management 3 50
5.GV.07 Entrepreneurship 3 50
5.GV.08 Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Applications 3 50
Lab/Practical
5.VP.03 Project 3 50
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
One more QP to be opted from the QPs mentioned in the Level 5 first semester (Any one) 15 200
 

 

6

 

Semester I

Theory
6.GV.01 RAC Piping Systems – I 3 50
6.GV.02 Refrigeration & Air-conditioning Material – I 3 50
6.GV.03 Refrigerants 3 50
6.GV.04 RAC Standards 3 50
Lab/Practical
6.VP.01 RAC Material Lab. 1.5 50

 

 

Level Code Educational Component Credit Marks
6.VP.02 RAC Systems Installation and its Maintenance Lab. – I 1.5 50
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
Safety Tester – RACWO (ELE/Q3605)  

(Any one)

 

10

 

200

Field Engineer – RACW (ELE/Q 3105)
Cold Storage Technician (FIC/Q7004)
 

 

 

 

6

 

Semester II

Theory
6.GV.05 RAC Piping Systems – II 3 50
6.GV.06 Refrigeration & Air-conditioning Material – II 3 50
6.GV.07 RAC Maintenance – I 3 50
6.GV.08 RAC Installation Techniques – I 3 50
Lab/Practical
6.VP.03 RAC Systems Installation and its Maintenance Lab. – II 1.5 50
6.VP.04 RAC Piping Systems Lab. 1.5 50
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
One more QP to be opted from the QPs mentioned in the Level 6 first semester Any one) 15 200
 

 

 

 

7

 

Semester I

Theory
7.GV.01 RAC Maintenance – II 3 50
7.GV.02 RAC Installation Techniques – II 3 50
7.GV.03 Automobile Air conditioning 3 50
7.GV.04 Non-conventional Refrigerating System 3 50
Lab/Practical
7.VP.01 Automobile AC Lab. 1.5 50
7.VP.02 AC Components and Assembly Laboratory 1.5 50
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
AC Specialist – Automobile (ASC/Q 1416) (Any one) 15 200
Assembly Operator (ELE/ Q 3501)
 

 

 

7

 

Semester II

Theory
7.GV.05 RAC Safety 3 50
7.GV.06 Process Planning and Cost Estimation 3 50
Lab/Practical
7.VP.03 Project Work 9 200
On-Job-Training (OJT)/Qualification Packs
One more QP to be opted from the QPs mentioned in the Level 7 first semester (Any one) 15 200

 

Detailed Curriculum

 

Level 3 (Semester I)

 

 

(3.GE.01)Language – I

 

Module 1: Reading comprehension (prescribed texts) and functional grammar

 

A variety of genres – short stories, expository pieces, biographies, poems, plays, newspaper and magazine excerpts have been included. Teaching of grammar has been integrated with the reading texts. The emphasis is on functional grammar.

The following ten prose texts and five poems have been selected for development of different reading skills.

 

Prose texts (Prescribed)

  1. A warmer or a colder earth (popular science) Arthur – C. Clark
  2. The tiger in the tunnel (narrative) – Ruskin
  3. First two or four pages from Sunny Days (autobiographical) – By Sunil Gavaskar
  4. Case of suspension (narrative)
  5. Big brother (narrative) Shekhar Joshi
  6. Father, dear father (news paper article form the Hindu)
  7. Face to face (autobiographical) Ved Mehta
  8. I must know the truth (narrative) SigrunSrivastva
  9. If I were you (play) Douglas James
  10. India, her past and her future (speech) Jawahar Lal Nehru

 

Poems

  1. Leisure – W H Davis
  2. The road not taken – Robert Frost
  3. Where the mind is without fear- Tagore
  4. My grandmother’s house – Kamla Das
  5. The night of the scorpion – Nissi, Ezekiel

 

Non prescribed

 

In this section learners will be exposed to newspaper, articles, tables, diagrams, advertisements etc. which they have to read carefully and interpret. In the examination similar pieces will be used.

Grammar and usage:

The following points of grammar and usage have been selected from the reading passages.

  1. agreement/concord: number – gender
  2. Tenses: simple past (negatives/interrogatives) present perfect, past perfect continuous, past perfect, expressing future time (will and going to)
  3. Passive voice (perfect tenses and modals)
  4. Modals (must, should ought to, would)
  5. Linking words (to like because although, instead of, if, as, since, who, which that, when however, inspite of)
  6. Reported speech, statements, questions (yes/no)

 

Module 2: Functional writing and study skills

 

This module help the learner to write descriptive and narrative paragraph, letters, reports notices etc. and also practice skills of note making

 

  1. Paragraph writing
    • Describing objects
    • Describing people
    • Narrating events, stories
  2. Letter writing
    • Application for leave
    • Application for jobs
    • Asking for information form various agencies (e.g. Last date for getting prospects; price of items before placing doers etc.)
  3. Note making
  4. Ending (punctuation, spelling, appropriate vocabulary, structures)

 

Reference Books:

  1. Effective Communication Skills, Kulbhushan Kumar, Khanna Publishing House
  2. Business Communications, Varinder Bhatia, Khanna Publishing House

 

 

(3.GE.02)Applied Chemistry

 

  1. Structure of Atom:

Rutherford model of the structure of atom, Bohr’s theory of electrons, quantum numbers and their significance, de-Broglie equation and uncertainty principle, electronic configuration of 1 to 30 elements

  1. Periodic Properties of Elements:

Periodic law, periodic table, periodicity in properties like atomic radii and volume, ionic radii, ionization energy and electron affinity, Division of elements into s, p, d and f blocks

  1. Chemical Bonds:

Electrovalent, covalent and coordinate bond and their properties, Metallic bonding (electron cloud mode) and properties (like texture, conductance, luster, ductility and malleability).

  1. Fuel and their Classification:

Definition, characteristics, classification into solid, liquid and gaseous fuel,. Petroleum and brief idea of refining into various factions and their characteristics and uses, Calorific value of fuel, Gaseous fuels- preparation, properties, composition and use of producer gas, water and oil gas.

  1. Water:

Impurities in water, methods of their removal, hardness of water, its types, causes and removal, disadvantages of hard water in boilers, pH value and its determination by calorimetric method.

  1. Corrosion:

Its meaning, theory of corrosion, prevention of corrosion by various methods using metallic and non-metallic coatings

 

  1. Plastic and Polymers:

Plastic-thermo-plastic and thermo-setting, Introduction of Polythene. P.V.C. Nylon, synthetic rubber and phenol-formal-dehyde resin, their application in industry.

 

Reference Books:

  1. Chemistry, Satyaprakash, Khanna Publishing House
  2. Engineering Chemistry, Saiful Islam, Khanna Publishing House

 

 

 

 

(3.GE.03)Applied Physics

 

  1. Units & Dimensions: K.S. fundamentals & derived units, S.I. base units supplementary units and derived units, Dimensions of various physical quantities, uses of dimensional analysis.
  2. Surface Tension and Viscosity: molecular forces, molecular theory of surface tension, surface energy, capillary action, concept of viscosity, coefficient of viscosity, principle and construction of
  3. Vibrations: Vibration as simple spring mass system, elementary and qualitative concept of free and forced vibrations, resonance. Effects of vibrations on building bridges and machines
  4. Heat: Temperature and its measurement, thermoelectric, platinum resistance thermometers and pyrometers. Conduction through compound media and laws of radiations.
  5. Ultrasonics: Productions of ultrasonic waves by magnetostriction and piezo-electric effect, application of ultrasonics in
  6. Optics: Nature of light, reflection and refraction of a wave from a plane surface. Overhead projector and

 

 

 

 

(3.GE.04)Applied Mathematics – I

 

Sets, Relations and Functions

  1. Sets
  2. Relations and Functions-I
  3. Trigonometric Functions-I
  4. Trigonometric Functions-II
  5. Relation between Sides and Angles of A triangle

 

Sequences and Series

  1. Sequences and Series
  2. Some Special Sequences

 

 

Algebra-I

  1. Complex Numbers
  2. Quadratic Equations and Linear inequalities
  3. Principle of Mathematical Induction
  4. Permutations and Combinations
  5. Binomial Theorem

 

Co-ordinate Geometry

  1. Cartesian System of Rectangular Co-ordinates
  2. Straight Lines
  3. Circles
  4. Conic Sections

 

Statistics and Probability

  1. Measures of Dispersion
  2. Random Experiments and Events
  3. Probability

 

 

Reference Books:

  1. Applied Mathematics-I, J.K. Tyagi, Khanna Publishing House
  2. Engineering Mathematics, Reena Garg, Khanna Publishing House

 

 

 

(3.GP.01) Applied Chemistry – Lab

 

  1. Proximate analysis of solid
  2. Experiments based on Bomb
  3. Determination of turbidity in a given
  4. To determine the flash and fire point of a given lubricating
  5. To determine the viscosity of a given lubricating oil by Redwood
  6. To determine cloud and pour point of a given

 

(3.GP.02)Applied Physics – Lab

 

  1. To determine the surface tension of a liquid by rise in
  2. To determine the viscosity of a given
  3. To determine the frequency of tuning fork using a
  4. To determine the frequency of AC main using
  5. Time period of a

 

 

 

Level 3 (Semester II)

 

 

 

(3.GV.01) General Foundation Course – I

 

A. Business Management and Entrepreneurship
(a) Entrepreneurship Orientation
Importance and relevance in real life: Emphasis on self-employment.
(b) Entrepreneurship Values and Attitudes
Innovativeness, Independence, Risk Taking, Analytical ability.
(c) Entrepreneurial Motivation
Achievement Planning, personal efficacy, entrepreneurial goal setting.
(d) Launching of a Business Venture
Identification of project, steps in setting up a business, information about various institutions providing assistance, project formulation.
B. Computational Skills
(a) Percentage, ratio & proportion, profit & loss, discount, simple and compound interest, population growth and depreciation of value of articles using logarithm.
 

(b)

Area and volume: rectangle, parallelogram, circle, cube, cone, cylinder & sphere.
C. Environmental Education
  • Environment and the
  • Environment properties risks in different economic enterprises, in use of raw materials, in processing / manufacturing and
  • Poverty and

D.     Rural Development

  • Agriculture, the back bone of Indian
  • Rural development projects in India including Integrated rural development programme.
  • Agro based rural
  • Community approach to rural

 

 

 

(3.GV.02)Basic Electricity

 

  1. Current Electricity

Definition of Resistance, Voltage, Current, Power, Energy and their units, Relation between electrical, mechanical and thermal units, Temperature variation of resistance, Difference between AC and DC voltage and current

 

2. D.C. Circuits
Ohm’s Law, Series – parallel resistance circuits, calculation of equivalent resistance, Kirchhoff’s Laws and their applications.

 

 

3. Electric Cells
Primary cell, wet cell, dry cell, battery, Li-ion battery, series and parallel connections of cells, Secondary cells, Lead Acid Cell, Discharging and recharging of cells, preparation of electrolyte, care and maintenance of secondary cells.
4. Lighting Effects of Current
Lighting effect of electric current, filaments used in lamps, and Tube-light, LED, their working and applications.
5. Capacitors
Capacitor and its capacity, Concept of charging and Discharging of capacitors, Types of Capacitors and their use in circuits, Series and parallel connection of capacitors, Energy stored in a capacitor.
6. Electromagnetic Effects
Permanent magnets and Electromagnets, their construction and use, Polarities of an electromagnet and rules for finding them.
Faraday’s Laws of Electromagnetic Induction, Dynamically induced e.m.f., its magnitude and induction, inductance and its unit. Mutually induced e.m.f., its magnitude and direction, Energy stored in an inductance.

Force acting on a current carrying conductor in magnetic field, its magnitude and direction, Principles and construction of dynamo.

7. A.C Circuits
Generation of A.C. voltage, its generation and wave shape. Cycle, frequency, peak value

R.M.S. value, form factor, crest factor, Phase difference, power and power factor, A.C. Series Circuits with (i) resistance and inductance (ii) resistance and capacitance and

(iii) resistance inductance and capacitance, Q factor of R.L.C. series circuits.

 

Reference Books:

1.  Basic Electrical Engineering, Ritu Sahdev, Khanna Publishing House

2.  Basic Electrical Engineering, Pradeep Kumar, Khanna Publishing House

 

(3.GV.03)Basic Electronics

 

i)                    Overview of Atom, Sub-Atomic Particles and CRO

·       Brief History of Electronics.

·       Atom and its elements,

·       Electron, Force, Field intensity, Potential, Energy, current

·       Electric field, Magnetic field, Motion of charged particles in electric and magnetic field.

·       Overview of CRO, Electronic and Magnetic deflection in CRO, Applications.

ii)                Voltage and Current

·       Resistance, Ohm’s law, V-I Characteristics, Resistors, Capacitors, Inductors.

·       Voltage and Current sources, Symbols and Graphical representation

·       Overview of AC, DC, Cells and Batteries, Energy and Power.

 

iii)     Basics of Semiconductor

 

  • Semiconductor materials, Metals and Semiconductors and Photo-electric
  • N-type and P-type semiconductor, Effects of temperature on Conductivity of semiconductor.
  • PN junction diode, depletion layer, Forward & Reverse bias, V-I Characteristic, Effects of temperature, Zener diode, Photo diode, LED, Types and applications of
  • Diode as a rectifier, Half wave and full wave rectification, Zener diode
  • Introduction to Filters, Clippers, Clampers

 

iv)       Bipolar Junction Transistor

  • Operation of NPN and PNP transistors, Biasing of
  • CB, CE and CC configuration
  • Introduction to FET, JFET, MOSFET, CMOS and VMOS

v)    Transistor Amplifier and Applications

  • Introduction, Single and Multi-stage amplifiers
  • Introduction to Oscillators
  • Introduction to Thyristors, PNPN diode, SCR, LASCR, DIAC, TRIAC

 

Reference Books:

  1. Basic Electronics, S. Biswas, Khanna Publishing House
  2. All in One Electronics Simplifies, A.K. Maini, Khanna Publishing House

 

 

 

 

(3.GV.04) Applied Mathematics – II

 

Algebra-II

  1. Matrices
  2. Determinants
  3. Inverse of a Matrix and its Applications

 

Relations and Functions

  1. Relations and Functions-II
  2. Inverse Trigonometric Functions

 

Calculus

  1. Limits and Continuity
  2. Differentiation
  3. Differentiation of Trigonometric functions
  4. Differentiation of Exponential and Logarithmic functions
  5. Application of Derivatives
  6. Integration
  7. Definite Integrals
  8. Differential Equations

 

Vectors and Three Dimensional Geometry

  1. Introduction to Three Dimensional Geometry
  2. Vectors
  3. Plane

 

  1. Straight Line

 

Linear Programming and Mathematical Reasoning

  1. Linear Programming
  2. Mathematical Reasoning

 

Reference Books:

  1. Applied Mathematics-II, J.K. Tyagi, Khanna Publishing House
  2. Elements of Mathematical Analysis, R. Agor, Khanna Publishing House

 

 

(3.VP.01)Basic Electricity Lab

 

  1. Verify that resistance of conductor is directly proportional to resistivity and length and inversely proportional to cross- sectional area of the conductor.
  2. Verification of Ohm’s
  3. Verification of temperature co-efficient of resistance:
    • Positive for Tungsten and Nichrome and
    • Negative for
  4. Study of series resistive
  5. Study of parallel resistive
  6. Study of series and parallel connection of cells in
  7. Preparation of Electrolyte for lead acid battery and its charging and measurement of Specific gravity with the help of
  8. To find heat efficiency of an electric
  9. Charging and Discharging of a
  10. Verification of magnetic field of a Solenoid with:
    • Iron core and
    • Air
  11. Verification of Faraday’s Laws of electromagnetic
  12. Verification of Torque development in a current carrying coil in magnetic
  13. Study of R.L. series circuit and measurement of power and power
  14. Study of R.C. series circuit and measurement of power and power
  15. Study of R.L.C. series circuit and measurement of power and power
  16. Study of R.L.C. series circuit for calculation of inductive reactance, capacitive reactance, impedance and Q-

Instruments Required

  • Trainer kit for verifying ohm’s law,
  • Trainer kit for measuring TCR
  • Lead acid battery,
  • Hydrometer,
  • Electric kettle,

 

  • Trainer kit for measuring power and power factor in RLC circuits

 

(3.VP.02)Basic Electronics – Lab

 

  1. Study of current and voltage measurement using Ammeter and
  2. Study of current and voltage measurement using
  3. Study of current, voltage and resistance measurement using of Multi-meter
  4. Study of Power and Energy measurement using Wattmeter and Energy
  5. Study of working principle of Signal Generator and measurement of amplitude, time period and frequency of signal using
  6. Study of V-I Characteristic of
  7. Study of V-I Characteristic of Zener Diode. And use of Zener Diode as voltage regulator.
  8. Study of Half wave rectifier with and without filter
  9. Study of Full wave rectifier with and without filter
  10. Study CE configuration for NPN and PNP transistors and measurement of voltage and current
  11. Study CB configuration for NPN and PNP transistors and measurement of voltage and current
  12. Study CC configuration for NPN and PNP transistors and measurement of voltage and current
  13. Study of working of single layer PCB manufacturing
  14. Study of working of double layer PCB
  15. Design of 7 segment display using LED and bread

Instruments Required

  • Ammeter
  • Voltmeter,
  • Multi-meter,
  • Galvanometer,
  • Energy Meter,
  • CRO,
  • Diode Trainer kit
  • Zener diode Trainer kit
  • Rectifier trainer kit
  • Transistor characteristics trainer kit,
  • PCB manufacturing Lab
  • Bread board trainer kit to design 7 segment

 

 

Level 4 (Semester I)

 

(4.GV.01)Engineering Science

 

  1. Soldering and Brazing

General characteristics of soldering, brazing joints, processes and their characteristics, brief description of soldering and brazing tools equipment, types of solders and fluxes and their uses, soldering defects and their remedies, brazing materials, advantages and disadvantages of soldering and brazing. Introduction to PCB, PCB designing, wet etching, dry etching, track correction, wiring, single sided and double-sided PCB.

 

ii)              Measuring Instruments

Construction and working principles of moving iron and moving coil voltmeters and ammeters, dynamometer type wattmeter, ohm meter, megger and induction type energy meter- their circuit connection and application for measurement of electrical quantities.

 

iii)            Electrical Engineering Drawing

Schematic and wiring diagram for domestic simple wiring, symbols used for different electrical devices and equipments.

 

iv)            Electrical wiring

Types of wiring – cleat wiring, casing and capping, C.T.S./T.R.S. wiring, metal sheath wiring, conduit wiring and concealed wiring – their procedure. Factors of selection of a particular wiring system, importance of switch, fuse

 

v)              Earthing

Earthing of wiring system, types of faults, their causes and remedies, Types of earthing- plate earthing and Pipe earthing, their procedure and application. Methods of finding numbers of circuits and circuit distribution by distribution board system loop in system of wiring connections IE rules related to wiring.

 

Reference Books:

  1. Environmental Studies, M.P. Poonia & S.C. Sharma, Khanna Publishing House
  2. A Textbook of Environmental Sciences, Rimpi Mehani Ne’ Chopra, Khanna Publishing House

 

 

 

(4.GV.02) Soldering & De-Soldering of Components-I

 

  1. Soldering & De Soldering of Basic Components
    • Soldering Tools
    • Different types of Soldering Guns related to Temperature and wattages, types of tips
    • Solder materials and their grading
    • Soldering and De Soldering Stations and their Specifications
    • Preparing Component for Soldering
    • PCB Applications
    • Types of PCB
    • Soldering Basic Components on PCB

 

  • De soldering Basic Components
  • Safety precautions while Soldering & De soldering
  • Check for cold continuity of PCB
  • Identification of loose/dry solder, broken tracks on printed wire assemblies & discrete components mounted circuit boards
  • Join the broken PCB track and test
  • De soldering using Pump and wick
  • Introduction of SMD Components

 

 

(4.GV.03)IT Tools

 

  1. Computer Organization & OS: User
    • Understanding of
    • Basics of Operating
  2. Networking and
    • Network Safety
    • Network Security tools and
    • Cyber
    • Safe practices on Social
  • Office automation tools:
    • Word
  1. Multi Media Design: (Open Source Design Tools).
  • Interface and Drawing Tools in
  • Applying
  • Creating and handling multiple
  • Using Stamping and Smudging
  • Importing
  1. Troubleshooting: Hardware, Software and
  • Commonly encountered
  • (Monitor: No display, KB/Mouse not responding, monitor giving beeps, printer not responding, check for virus, Delete temporary files if system is slow, adjust mouse speed).

Work Integrated Learning IT – ISM

  • Identification of Work
  • Work

 

Reference Books:

  1. IT Tools, R.K. Jain, Khanna Publishing House
  2. Information Security & Cyber Laws, Sarika Gupta, Khanna Publishing House
  3. Mastering PC Hardware & Networking, Ajit Mittal, Khanna Publishing House

 

(4.GE.01) Language – II Module – 3: Listening and speaking skills

In this module the learners will be exposed to a variety of listening activities recorded on audiotapes. These will be samples of good spoken English, which the learners can use as models. Work sheets will accompany the listening material.

This module will include the following:

  1. Introducing yourself/friends in formal and informal
  2. Inviting people (over the phone and face to face) giving details of occasion, time place and date. Acceptance and refusal of invitation – formal and
  3. Seeking and supplying information (example opening an account in a bank, applying for loans )
  4. Talking and conveying messages (over the phone and face to face).
  5. Giving directions /
  6. Discussing contemporary issues related to environment, child labour, gender bias etc.
  7. Listening to excepts form television and
  8. Listening to poems/plays (prescribed).
  9. Listening to speeches /
  10. Listening to songs like “We shall overcome”.

 

 

Module – 4 to 6(English for specific purposes) (opt any one)

 

There modules are being offered. A learner has to opt for any one. The first is for academic purposes and the next two are for vocational purposes. The focus is not on the teaching of the subject matter like science and literature but on the way in which language is used in the deferent subjects.

 

Module 4: English for Science

This course will introduce learners to some interesting pieces of popular science

 

  1. Health and hygiene
  2. Conservation of (nearly extinct)
  3. Plant
  4. Bio gas / solar

These pieces illustrate the use of English in scientific writing: giving information factually, logically and objectively.

 

Module 4: English for Receptionist

 

This module will introduce the learners to a variety of exercises, tasks and meaningful activities related to the receptionist’s use of English. The printed course materials will be supported by tapes.

The following competencies be developed:

  1. Receiving messages, making request
  2. Supplying information
  3. Giving advice and making suggestions
  4. Dealing with complaints

 

  1. Making entries in an appointment book, register

 

Module 4: English for Office Use

 

This course will help the learner to use English effectively and appropriately in the office environment. The competencies will be developed.

  1. Using the telephone taking and passing
  2. Receiving messages
  3. Marking noting on files and
  4. Writing office notes, memos, notices, agendas for
  5. Telegrams and fax
  6. Writing business letters, application enquires,
  7. Filling in forms, cheques, pay in slips

 

Reference Books:

  1. Effective Communication Skills, Kulbhushan Kumar, Khanna Publishing House
  2. Business Communications, Varinder Bhatia, Khanna Publishing House

 

 

 

(4.VP.01)Engineering Science – Lab

 

  1. Introduction to tools and measuring instruments, their safe keeping, safety
  2. precautions
  3. Measurement of resistance by ammeter and voltmeter method and Ohm
  4. Dismantling and reassembly of
  5. Calibration of ammeter, voltmeter and wattmeter with the help of standard
  6. Calibration of single phase energy meter with the help of standard wattmeter and stop
  7. Controlling lamps in series, parallel and series
  8. Controlling lamps for two or three
  9. Drawing schematic diagram to give supply to
  10. Practice on casing and capping
  11. Practice on cleat
  12. Practice on CTS/TRS
  13. Practice on metal sheet weather proof rigid PVC
  14. Practice on conduit
  15. Practice on concealed
  16. Measurement of insulation resistance of wiring installation by
  17. Polarity test of wiring
  18. Testing of wiring
  19. Installation of pipe earthing for wiring
  20. Installation of plate earthing for wiring

Instruments Required

 

  • Ammeter
  • Voltmeter
  • Ohm meter
  • Dynamo
  • Wattmeter,
  • Stop watch controlling lamp

 

  • Different types of wire for practice on wiring,
  • Conduit pipes
  • Megger
  • Materials for earthing

 

(4.VP.02)IT Tools Lab.

 

  • Spreadsheets, Word, Presentation
  • Multimedia Design
  • Troubleshooting
  • Project / Practical File
  • Viva Voce

 

Level 4 (Semester II)

 

 

(4.GV.04) General Foundation Course – II

 

  1. Business Management and Entrepreneurship

Management of Business, Elementary treatment/exposure to basic conceptual frame work of the topic listed below:

  • Basic Function (b) Marketing Management(c) Financial Management(d) Production Management(e) Personnel Management

B.  Computational Skills

  1. (a) Solution of linear equations and their application to problem of commercial mathematics.
  • System of linear equations and in equation in two variables. Applications in formation of simple linear programming problems
  1. Statistics: Raw data, bar charts and Histogram; Frequency Tables; Frequency Polygon; Ogive; Menu, Median and Mode of ungrouped and grouped data; Standard Deviation; Introduction to Mortality tables; Price Index etc. Introduction to Computers

C.  Environmental Education & Rural Development

Environmental Education:

  1. Modernization of agriculture and environment, irrigation, water logging, use of fertilizers, pesticides, soil erosion, land degradation (desertification and deforestation), silting and drying of water
  2. Rational utilization, conservation and regeneration of environmental resources (soil, air, water, plant, energy, minerals).

2. Rural Development

Principles and goals of rural development, major problems/constraints in rural development in India

Reference Books:

  1. Environmental Studies, M.P. Poonia & S.C. Sharma, Khanna Publishing House
  2. A Textbook of Environmental Sciences, Rimpi Mehani Ne’ Chopra, Khanna Publishing House
  3. Elements of Mathematical Analysis, R. Agor, Khanna Publishing House

 

(4.GV.05) Manufacturing Technology

 

  1. Introduction:

(a) Scope of subject “Manufacturing Technology” in engineering (b) different shop activities and broad division of the shops on the basis of nature of work done such as (i) Wooden Fabrication-carpentry (ii) Metal Fabrication (shaping and Forming, Smithy, sheet metal and Joining-welding, Riveting, Fitting and Plumbing).

 

2.  Carpentry:

(a) Fundamental of wood working operations (i) marking & measuring (ii) Holding & Supporting (iii) Cutting & Sawing (iv) drilling& boring (v) Turning (vi) Joining (b) Common Carpentry Tools. (b) Joining of Timber Components and tools used

 

 

3.  Metal Fabrication:

Metal Shaping-Smithy Operations and tools used – Preparation of fire, Supporting and holding the metal, cutting the metal in size, heating, drawing down or fullering, upsetting, swaging, bending, punching, drifting and forge welding. Foundry – elementary idea of patterns, green sand moulds and moulding, tools and equipment used in green sand moulding. Sheet metal working: Tools and operation: joining processes Operations involved, Laying out, marking and measuring, cutting, Shearing and blanking, Straightening bending and seaming, Punching and piercing, burring, Stamping. Sheet metal joints-Lap, seam, Locked seam, hemp, wired-edge, cup or circular, Flange, angular and cap.

 

4.  Metal Joining processes:

  • Permanent Joining: (i) Welding methods- forge welding, gas welding, high and low pressure-oxy-acetylene welding, types of flames. (ii) Electric welding – D.C. & A.C., Connected tools operation, materials and safety measures. Introduction to non-ferrous welding-Soldering &

 

5.  Various Tools Used in Mechanical Engineering Workshop:

Marking & Measuring tools, striking tools, cutting tools, holding tools, Miscellaneous Tools- Wrenches, keys, Spanners, pliers, Screw drivers their specifications, special tools.

 

(4.GV.06) Basics of Thermodynamics

 

 

Basics of Thermodynamics

UNIT 1

Steam Generators: Types of steam generators – Fire tube, water tube boilers, boiler mountings and accessories, Equivalent evaporation, boiler efficiency, elements of power plant.

Reciprocating Steam Engines: Working principles, classification, a brief idea and concept only.

Steam Turbines: Classification, principle of operation of Impulse reaction steam turbines.

 

UNIT 2

Steam Condensers: Principle of operation, classification, a brief concept, condenser  details, applications

Air Compressors: Definition and their use, Difference between reciprocating and rotary compressors, their types and working, Inter cooling in two stage compression volumetric efficiency, Compressor lubrication. Simple numerical problems.

 

UNIT 3

Internal Combustion (I.C.) Engines: Meaning and classification of I.C. engines, I.C. engines mechanism, -four stroke cycle engine and two stroke cylinder engine mechanism. Knowledge of important parts, their functions and terminology, positions of operating piston, its stroke or stroke length, Swept volume and clearance volumes, Cylinder volumes and Compression ratio.

Air standard cycles for I.C. engines-Otto and Diesel cycle and also Dual cycle, expression for their efficiencies, Concept of means effective pressure and specific fuel consumption (Simple Numerical Problems)

Brief idea of engine lubricating and cooling system.

 

UNIT 4

Basic Thermodynamics: Definition, concept of thermodynamic system and surroundings, closed system, open system, isolated system thermodynamics, definition of work, Zeroth law of thermodynamics, First law of thermodynamics for cyclic and noncyclical processes, Idea of internal energy and enthalpy, Applicability of first law on various thermodynamics processes, simple numerical problems.

 

UNIT 5

Steady state flow process, its equation and its applications: Second law of thermodynamics, Thermodynamics concept of perpetual motion machine of first order and that of second order, Concept of heat engine, heat pump and refrigerator, Carnot cycle efficiency for heat engine and C.O.P for refrigerator and heat pump, Entropy: Its physical concept and significance.

 

Reference Books:

  1. Thermal Engineering: Khurmi & Gupta
  2. Thermal Engineering: AS Sarao

 

 

(4.GV.07)Electrical Machines (787)

 

 

  1. Single-Phase Transformer:

Types of transformer – step-up and step-down transformer, voltage and current transformer, autotransformer, Construction, working principles and applications of different types of transformers, rewinding of transformers, cooling of transformers

 

2.  D.C. Motors:

Types of motor – series, shunt, compound and universal, construction, working principles, characteristics, winding details and applications of different types of motors including fractional horsepower, starting and starters for D.C. motors, Installation of D.C. motor and testing, speed reversal andspeed control of D.C. motors, common faults, their causes, testing and repairs.

 

3.  Three Phase Induction Motors:

Principle, working & starting of three phase induction motor.

 

4.  Single Phase A.C. Motor:

Types of A.C. Motors – induction motor (Split phase and repulsion start), capacitor motor, shaded polemotor, universal motor, construction, working principles, special characteristics, winding details and applications of different types of fractional horse power motors, Starting and starters for different motors. Speed reversal and speed control of A.C. Motors, installation of A.C. motor and testing, common faults, their causes, testing and repairs, rewinding of fractional h.p. motors.

 

  1. Electrical Solders: Types of Solders, flux and methods, techniques of soldering

 

Reference Books:

  1. Electrical Machines, P.S. Bimbhra, Khanna Publishing House
  2. Electrical Machines – I, G.C. Garg, Khanna Publishing House

 

 

 

 

(4.VP.03) Material Science Lab.

 

 

  1. (a) Study of various crystals structures through models BCC, FCC, HCP, tetrahedral and octahedral
  • Material identification of, say, 50 common items kept in a
  1. Specimen preparation for metallographic examination /micro structural examination- cutting, grinding, polishing,
  2. Comparative study of microstructures of different given specimens (mild steel, gray C.I., brass, copper etc.)
  3. Heat treatment experiments such as annealing, normalizing, quenching, case hardening and comparison of hardness before and
  4. Study of Microstructure and hardness of steel at different rates of cooling, Microstructure examination of white cast

 

(4.VP.04) Production Practice Lab.

 

 

Machine Shop

  • To study lathe machine construction and various parts including attachments, lathe tools cutting speed, feed and depth of
  • To perform step turning, knurling and chamfering on lathe machine as per

Foundry Shop

  • To prepare mould of a given pattern requiring core and to cast it in
  • To perform moisture test and clay content
  • Strength Test (compressive, Tensile, Shear Transverse etc. in green and dry conditions) and Hardness Test (Mould and Core).

Welding Shop

  • Hands-on practice on spot
  • Hands-on practice on submerged arc welding
  • Hands-on practice on metal inert gas welding (MIG) and tungsten inert gas welding (TIG).

 

Level 5 (Semester I)

 

(5.GV.01)Basics of Refrigeration

 

UNIT 1

INTRODUCTION: Its meaning and application, unit of refrigeration; Various methods of refrigeration.

UNIT 2

REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS: Refrigeration Cycles: Refrigeration, carnot cycle of refrigeration (ideal cycle), Bell-Coleman cycle of refrigeration, their COP and Conditions for its highest value, Temperature limitations. Representation of these cycles, in P-V, T-S and P- H diagrams and also their flow diagrams, Simple numerical problems

UNIT 3

Vapour compression system: Standard vapour compression cycle, wet and dry compression, Effect of sub cooling and super heating, Effect of temperature and pressure on COP of the cycle. Simple numerical problems with the help of P-H diagram. Concept of house hold refrigerator working on vapour compression cycle.

UNIT 4

Vapour Absorption System: Cycle of operation, Construction and working of refrigerator based on this system. Simple numerical problems (Simple line diagram)

UNIT 5

REFRIGERANTS: Definition, classification & properties of few important refrigerants such as Ammonia, Sulphur-Di-Oxide (SO2) Carbon-Di-Oxide (CO2) Freon -12 (F-12) F-11. Qualities of good refrigerants, secondary refrigerant

 

Reference Books:

  1. Refrigeration & Air Conditioning, Sadhu Singh, Khanna Publishing House
  2. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning: A Sarao
  3. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning: RS Khurmi

 

 

(5.GV.02) Basics of Air Conditioning

UNIT 1

INTRODUCTION:            Its     meaning    and     general     application.                                         Psychrometry:  Definition, Composition of air, Daltons law of partial pressure, Gas and Vapour mixture, Dry and Wet bulb temperature, Wet bulb depression, Dew point, Dew point depression, Saturated air, UNIT 2

Specific humidity, Degree of saturation, Relative humidity, Absolute humidity, Humid specific volume and humid specific heat, Enthalpy of moist air,

UNIT 3

Use of psychometric charts and tables, Sensible heating and cooling, Humidification and dehumidification and their methods, Simple numerical problems concerning above

UNIT 4

HEAT LOAD: Brief idea of various types of heat loads, Sensible and latent heat loads. Sensible hat factor

UNIT 5

ROOM AIR CONDITIONING: Brief idea of room air conditioning, Window types packaged air conditioner. Central air conditioning system, Round the year air conditioning

 

Reference Books:

  1. Refrigeration & Air Conditioning, Sadhu Singh, Khanna Publishing House

 

  1. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning: A Sarao
  2. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning: RS Khurmi

 

(5.GV.03) Engineering Material

 

UNIT 1: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING MATERIALS

Conducting Materials: Properties of good conducting materials, Brief idea about conductivity & Resistivity

UNIT 2

(a) Insulating Materials: (a) Plastic insulating materials-definition and classification, thermo-setting and thermoplastic materials, their applications and commercial names & uses in industry. (b) Various insulating materials-mica asbestos, ceramic materials, glass, cotton, silk, jute, paper their properties and applications

(B) Semiconductor Materials: Characteristics and applications of semiconductor materials UNIT 3

  • Non-Metallic Materials-Timber. Preservation of timber, Defects of timber, Surface treatment, Plywood, Hard Board, Batten Board, Veneer board, units of purchase
  • Miscellaneous Materials: Important properties, characteristics and use of the following materials: Abrasives, Asbestos, Celluloid, Cork, Mica, Refractory

UNIT 4: Mechanical Engineering Materials

Non-Ferrous Metals: Aluminium, Zinc, Copper, Tin, Silver, Lead – Trade names; Physical, mechanical, and electrical properties and use

(ii) Base metal with principal alloying elements – Aluminium Alloys, Copper Alloys, Nickel Alloys, Bearing Metals-Lead base alloys, Tin base alloys, (White metals or babbitt metals), Copper base alloys.

UNIT 5: Civil Engineering Materials

General idea of raw materials, properties and uses of Bricks, lime, cement

Foundation: (i) Bearing capacity of soil and its importance, need of foundation for machines

(ii) Foundations for heavy, light and vibrating machines (iii) Concrete proportion, mixing w/c ratio, workability RCC and its use.

 

Reference Books:

  1. Engineering Mechanics, M.P. Poonia & D.S. Bedi, Khanna Publishing House
  2. Civil Engineering Construction Materials, S.K. Sharma, Khanna Publishing House
  3. Engineering Materials: Dhanpat Rai & Sons
  4. Electrical Engineering Materials: Madan Publishers

 

(5.GV.04) Soldering & De-soldering components & Emergency actions

 

  1. Introduction to SMD Components
    • Identification of 2, 3, 4 terminal SMD components
    • Soldering the SMD components on the PCB
    • Make the necessary settings on SMD soldering station to solder various ICs of different packages by choosing proper clamping tools
    • Identify various connections and the setup required for SMD soldering station
    • De solder the SMD components from the given PCB
    • Make the necessary settings on SMD soldering station to de solder various ICs of different packages by choosing proper clamping tools
    • Make a panel board using different types of switches for a given application
    • Identification of crimping tools for various IC packages
    • Reliable Soldering Practices

 

 

  1. Emergency actions
    • Minimum Requirements
    • Reporting Emergencies
    • Emergency exits
    • Primary and secondary evacuation routes
    • Locations of fire extinguishers
    • Fire alarm pull stations’ location
    • Assembly points
    • Medical Services

 

(5.VP.01) Metrology and Measuring Instruments lab.

 

  1. Measurement of angle with the help of sine bar/ Vernier Bevel
  2. Study and sketch of various types of optical
  3. Study and sketch of various types of comparators and use them for comparing length of given piece.
  4. To measure the diameter of a hole with the help of precision
  5. To measure external and internal taper with the help of taper gauges, precision
  6. To test the squareness of a component with auto-collimeter.
  7. To measure the pitch, angle and form of thread of a
  8. To measure the geometry of a gear having involute
  9. To measure the straightness of the edge of a component with the help of auto- collimeter.
  10. To measure the length, breadth, thickness, depth, height with
  11. To measure the length, breadth, thickness, depth, height, with height gauge and Vernier calipers.
  12. Calibration of Vernier calipers/micrometers.
  13. Calibration of height gauge/depth
  14. Study of a tool maker’s
  15. Checking of accuracy of snap gauge with slop
  16. Checking of accuracy of a plug gauge with
  17. Measurement of areas by polar
  18. Use of feeler, wire, radius and fillet gauges measurement of standard

 

 

(5.VP.02) Heat Transfer Lab.

 

Experiments on Conduction

  1. Determination of Thermal conductivity of insulation powder
  2. Determination of overall heat transfer coefficient of Composite Wall
  3. Determination of overall heat transfer coefficient of Lagged Pipe
  4. Determination of Thermal Conductivity of given Metal Rod

Experiments on Convection

  1. Determination of heat transfer coefficient of Pin-Fin (Natural and Forced Convection)
  2. Determination of heat transfer coefficient of Natural Convection

 

  1. Determination of heat transfer coefficient of Forced

Experiments on Radiation

  1. Determination of Stefan Boltzman Constant
  2. Determination of Emissivity of test plate

Experiments on Applications of heat transfer and heat transfer with phase change

  1. Determination of effectiveness and overall heat transfer coefficient using Parallel and Counter flow Heat Exchanger
  2. Determination of heat transfer coefficient in drop and film wise condensation 12.Determination of Critical Heat flux

13.Study of heat pipe and its demonstration

 

 

 

 

1.  Introduction:

Level 5 (Semester II)

 

(5.GV.05)Industrial Management

 

Growth of industry, The management of men, materials and machines, the art of management, Sources of capital- industrial individual enterprise, private partnership and private Ltd. Co., Joint Stock Co. shares, debentures, financial agencies and their role in promoting industries. Break even analysis.

 

2.  Private sector and public sector:

Public sector enterprise, merits and demerits of public sector industry and private sector industry, Line, staff and functional organizations, reasons for the choice of various types of organization, functions of different departments, viz. stores, purchase and sales departments relationship between individual departments.

 

3.  Wages & incentives:

Definition of wages, real wage and nominal wage, systems of wage payment, incentives, financial and non – financial incentives, Essentials of a good wage plan, essentials of a good incentive scheme. Introduction toelements of cost & indirect expenses, Material cost, labour cost, fixed and variable overheads, components of cost, selling price, Factory expenses, administrative expenses, selling & distribution expenses, depreciation, obsolescence, interest on capital, Idleness, Repair and maintenance.

 

4.  Labour, industrial & tax laws:

Evolution of industrial law, factory act, workmen compensation act, payment of wages act, employee’s state insurance act, Industrial dispute act. Role of technician in industry: Position of technician in various engineering departments, Role of a supervisor in industry, Foremanship, duties and qualities of a good foreman.

 

5.  Material management:

Introduction, Scope of Material Management selective control techniques-ABC analysis, Material handling, inventory control, Essential steps in inventory control, quality standards

 

Reference Books:

  1. Industrial Engineering & Management, S.C. Sharma, Khanna Publishing House

 

 

(5.GV.06) Total Quality Management

 

  1. Introduction, Basic concepts of total quality management

Introduction to Quality, Dimensions of Quality, Quality Planning, Concept and definition of quality cost, Determinants of Quality, Optimum cost of performance, Principles of TQM, Pillars of TQM, Introduction to leadership and Leadership roles, Quality council and Quality statement, Strategic Planning Process, Deming philosophy

 

2.  Continuous process improvement

Input /output process Model, Juran trilogy, PDCA Cycle, 5 –‘S’ Housekeeping principle, Kaizen Seven tools of Quality (Q-7 tools), Check Sheet, Histogram, Cause and effect diagram, Pereto diagram, Stratification analysis, Scatter diagram, Control charts, Control chart for variables & process capability, Control chart for attributes

 

 

3.  Management planning tools & Bench marking

Affinity diagram, Relationship diagram, Tree diagram, Matrix diagram, Matrix data analysis, Arrow Diagram, Process decision programme chart (PDPC), Concept of bench marking, Reason to bench marking, Bench marking process, Types of bench marking, Benefits of bench marking

 

4.  Just in time (JIT)

JIT philosophy, Three elements of JIT, Principles of JIT Manufacturing, JIT Manufacturing building blocks, JIT benefits, Kanban & 2 Bin Systems

 

5.  Total productive maintenance (TPM)

Concept of Total Productive Maintenance, Types of maintenance, OEE (Overall Equipment Efficiency), Stages in TPM implementation, Pillars of TPM, Difficulties faced in TPM implementation.

 

Reference Books:

  1. Total Quality Management, S.C. Sharma, T.R. Banga, Khanna Publishing House

 

 

(5.GV.07) Entrepreneurship

 

  1. Entrepreneurship and entrepreneur:

Need of Employment and Opportunities, Essential Characteristics of a good Entrepreneur, Industrial Policy, Classification of industries- Micro, small scale , Medium scale, Large scale, Type of industries- Production, Job based & Service

 

2.  Entrepreneurial Development:

Product identification/ selection, Site selection, Plant layout, Institutional support needed, Pre-market survey.

 

3.  Entrepreneurship Support System and Start-ups:

Introduction to start-up’s, Role of District Industries Centre in setting up industry, Function of NSIC, SISI, NISIET, NRDC, SSIC, SIDO, NMTC, KVIC, RSMML, Role of state finance

corporation, state electricity corporations, pollution control board, BIS, I.S.O. etc.

 

4.  Introduction to Tax System, Insurance and Acts:

Idea of income tax, sales tax, excise duty and custom duty, Industrial and fire insurance, procedure for industrial insurance, Introduction to Industrial acts, factory act, Workmen’s compensation act 1923, Apprentices act 1961, Environmental protection act 1986

 

5.   Project Report Preparation:

Procedure of preparing a project report, Format of project report, Preparation of project report, Introduction to ISO: 9000 Series of Quality System

 

(5.GV.08) Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Applications

 

Unit I: Food Preservation

Introduction, factors contributing to food spoilage, causes of food spoilage, methods of food preservation, freezing method of food preservation, preservation of food with direct contact of liquid N2, freeze drying, preservation of different products, cold storage and commercial cabinets.

 

Unit II: Commercial Applications

Introduction, air-conditioning of houses, offices, hotels and restaurants, air-conditioning of departmental stores, air-conditioning of theatres and auditoriums, hospitals and medical applications

 

Unit III: Ice-Manufacturing

Introduction, principles of ice production, different methods of ice manufacturing, treatment of water for making ice, brines, freezing tanks, ice cans, quality of ice

 

Unit IV: Industrial Applications

Introduction, importance of RH in different industries, ice-cream manufacturing, refrigeration for breweries, selection of refrigerant for breweries, use of liquid N2 for fabric, quality, air conditioning in textile and photographic industries

Unit V: Transport Air Conditioning

Introduction, automobile air conditioning, railway air-conditioning, marine air conditioning, aircraft air conditioning

 

Reference books:

  1. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Sadhu Singh, Khanna Publishing House
  2. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning by C.P.Arora, McGraw Hill education (India) (P) limited, New Delhi
  3. Principles of Refrigeration by Roy J. Dossat, Pearson education, New Delhi
  4. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning by Manohar Prasad, New age international (P) limited, New Delhi
  5. course in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning by C.Arora and S.Domkundwar,

Dhanpatrai and sons, Delhi

 

 

(5.VP.03) Project

 

On the basis oflearning in the vocational diploma, a project to be taken up by the student strengthening his/ her vocational skills

 

Level6 (Semester I)

 

(6.GV.01) RAC Piping Systems – I

 

Unit I

Codes, Standards and Specifications: Piping codes, ASME codes and standards, ASTM Specifications,

Unit II

ASME Boiler, Pressure vessel codes, ASME B31-Code for pressure piping, mechanical strength, testing of piping system and valves, fabrications.

Unit III

Piping Components: Pipe-seamless, welded pipes, pipe sizes, dimensional specifications, material, specifications, pipe ends, pipe fittings, pipe support,

Unit IV

valves–gate valve, globe valve, check valve, ball valve, plug valve, butterfly valve, control valve, pressure relief valve, valve, codes and standard, valve size, pressure class rating.

Unit V

Viscosity, Reynolds number, friction factor, Darcy Weisback friction factor, friction factor for laminar and turbulent flows, equivalent pipe length, hydraulic radius, compressible, flow,

 

Reference Books:

  1. Piping and Pipeline Calculations Manual by J. Phillip Ellenberger
  2. The fundamentals of piping design by Peter
  3. Hand book of Air conditioning and refrigeration by Shan K Wang, McGraw-hill international edition,

 

(6.GV.02) Refrigeration & Air-conditioning Material – I

 

Unit I

Insulator: Introduction, desired properties of ideal insulating material, factors effecting the thermal conductivity,

Unit II

types of insulating material., reflective insulating blinds, laprock – a thermal acoustic and fire insulation, natural insulator, new transparent heat insulator, heat transfer through insulation used for A.C,

Unit III

economical thickness of insulation, few insulated systems, low temperature insulations, importance of relative humidity for the selection of the insulations, air distribution for reducing heat lose.

Unit IV

Cables and Wiring: Cryocables, economics of cryocables, A.C. super conducting cables, liquid N2 cooled cables, Liquid H2 cooled cables, super magnet, electric generator, minimal insulated cables, installing cables

Unit V

Component Material: Refrigeration component material, duct material, material used in evaporator, material used in compressor, material used in condenser.

 

Reference Books:

  1. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Sadhu Singh, Khanna Publishing House

 

(6.GV.03) Refrigerants

 

Unit I

Introduction: Refrigerants, cooling media and liquid absorbents, azeotropic and zeotropic, numbering of refrigerants.

 

Unit II

Classification and Properties of Refrigerants: Requirement for refrigerant, classification- based on working principle, safety and chemical composition, desirable properties of refrigerants-thermodynamic properties, safe working properties, physical properties etc

 

Unit III

Choice of Refrigerant: Important refrigerants, secondary refrigerant, anti-freeze solution, selection of refrigerant for required purpose,

Unit IV

Application of Refrigerants: refrigerant oils and applications, Properties and uses of commonly used refrigerant

Unit V

Green house effect, Global warming, Future Refrigerants

 

Reference books:

  1. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Sadhu Singh, Khanna Publishing House
  2. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning by C.P.Arora, McGraw Hill education, New Delhi
  3. Principles of Refrigeration by Roy J. Dossat, Pearson education, New Delhi
  4. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning by Manohar Prasad, New age international
  5. A course in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning by S.C.Arora and Domkundwar

 

(6.GV.04) RAC Standards

 

Unit I

Introduction: Meaning of IS, need of IS, international classification of standards for refrigeration and air conditioning, various national and international standards for heating, ventilation and air conditioning

Unit II

Procedure of standard development, levels of standard, main standardization, organizations, i.e. ISO- international organization for standardization, IEC-international electro technical commission and others international and national organizations

Unit III

Existing Standards: Main technical standards relevant to HCFC phase-out and low GWP (Global Warming Potential) alternatives, ISO, IEC, ECS (European Committee for Electrical Technical Standardization)

 

Unit IV

Adoption of International Standards at National Level: National standardization bodies, national ozone units, accreditation bodies, national RAC associations, the process of adoption

 

 

Unit V

Use of International Standards: In designing of refrigeration and air conditioning equipment, selection of materials related to refrigeration and air conditioning, safety issues related to refrigeration and air conditioning, industrial and field applications.

 

Reference books:

  1. ISHRAE standard book for Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
  2. ASHRE hand book for Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
  3. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Sadhu Singh, Khanna Publishing House
  4. International Standards in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning , UNEP (United Nations Environment Program)
  5. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning data book, New Age International Publication

 

(6.VP.01) RAC Materials Lab.

 

Any eight of the following practical should be performed and recorded in laboratory book

 

  1. Identification of types of copper tubes (dia. 3 mm, 6 mm, 5mm)
  2. Identification of types of brazing road and its composition
  3. Identification of oil and grease removals, fire hazard of the removals
  4. Familiarization of joining material, gasket, pipe joint
  5. Introduction of various insulating material, properties, fire hazard,
  6. Soldering and Brazing – types of brazing, preparation, purging. applying flux, applying
  7. Pipe Bending – Introduction to tools and different bends, pipe
  8. Electrical requirement – introduction and familiarization with electrical symbols, circuit diagram of the RAC system
  9. Introduction to gas welding set, simple gas welding, arc welding
  10. Identification and testing of resistor, diodes and transistors
  11. Identification of refrigerant cylinder by color coding and standing pressure – types of cylinder
  12. Technique of glass wool filling method in conventional

 

(6.VP.02) RAC Systems Installation & Maintenance Lab. – I

 

  1. Handling, use and familiarization with refrigeration tools and accessories such as: (a) Tube cutter (b) Tube bender [spring type] (c) Flaring tool (d) Swaging tool (e) Pinch off tools (f) Service valve wrench (g) Service valve (h) Adjustable wrench (i) Spanner set (j) Allen Key (k) Gauges (l) Blow lamp (m) Service cylinder (n) Gauge manifold (o) Wheel puller (p) Vacuum pump (q) Halide torch (r) Practicing of related
  2. Study of the following units: (a) Domestic refrigerator (b) Water cooler (c) Room Air conditioner (d) Evaporative cooler (e) Experimental ice
  3. Experimental ice
  4. Study of the following components and controls: (a) Compressor: open type and sealed types (b) Thermostatic expansion valve (c) Surface condenser (d) Different types of evaporators (e) Solenoid valve (f) Thermostat for refrigeration (g) P. and L.P. cut out

(h) Gil safety switch (i) Strainers and driers.

 

Level 6 Semester II

 

(6.GV.05) RAC Piping Systems – II

 

Unit I

Pipe Size Calculations: Pipe sizing, pipe sizing formulae, pipeline wall thickness calculation, elements of total dynamic head–static head, pressure head, velocity head, friction head, Pump power required, Cavitations in pumps, NPSH required and NPSH available for pumps.

 

Unit II

Pipe Stress Analysis: Objectives and definition of stress analysis, piping loads, piping stresses-primary, secondary, pipe span, calculations flexibility analysis–expansion loops and expansion joints, concept of thermal expansion, providing flexibility in piping

 

Unit III

Assembly and Erection: Fabrications materials for piping systems, fabrication drawings, fabrication processes, Assembly-alignment, flanged joints, threaded joints,

 

Unit IV

Piping System Testing: Examinations methods, visual examination, magnetic particle examination, Liquid penetrant examination, radiographic examination, ultrasonic examinations,

 

Unit V

Testing–leak, test, preparation for leak test, hydrostatic leak test, pneumatic leak test, sensitive leak test, examination of welds

 

Reference books:

  1. Hand book of Air conditioning and refrigeration by Shan K Wang, McGraw-hill international edition,
  2. ASHRAE handbook, 2002
  3. Piping and Pipeline Calculations Manual by J. Phillip Ellenberger
  4. The fundamentals of piping design by Peter

 

(6.GV.06) Refrigeration & Air-conditioning Material – II

 

Unit I

Component Material: Material used in expansion valve, different type of valve material

 

Unit II

Material used in cooling towers, pipeline materials, drying materials, jointing, material, synthetic repair materials.

 

Unit III

Oils and Lubrication: Need of lubrication, types of lubrication, properties of lubrication oils, lubrication systems

 

Unit IV

Selection of refrigerant lubricant, compatibility of lubricant with refrigerant fluid, refrigeration oil with additives, the effect of refrigerant on lubricant density, solvent and cleaning.

 

 

Unit V

Tubing: Soft copper tubing, hard-drawn copper tubing, steel tubing, normal size copper tubing, Cutting tubing, bonding tubing, connecting tubing, flaring tubing.

 

Reference books:

  1. ISHRAE standard book for Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
  2. ASHRE hand book for Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
  3. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Sadhu Singh, Khanna Publishing House
  4. International Standards in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, UNEP (United Nations Environment Program)
  5. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning data book, New Age International Publication

 

 

 

(6.GV.07)RAC Maintenance – I

 

Unit I

RAC Tools: Engineering hand tools: spanners, screwdrivers, pliers, hammers, brazing, welding, flaring tool, tube bender, hammer, wrenches, shock wrenches, files, hacksaws, wood saws, electrical hand drill, sheet metal snips, Allen keys pop riveter, chisels, pulley extractors, Center punch, wire brush, drill bits, oil can, knife, inspection lamp, bolt extractor

 

Unit II

Measuring equipment’s- steel tape measure, feeler gauge, Caliper, micrometer, engineers levels, pocket type of thermometer, sling psychomotor, system analyzers, temperature analyzers, electronic leak detector, voltmeter, clamp-on ammeter

 

Unit III

Specialist tools and accessories: flexible charging line, bending springs, pipe tube cutter, fin combs, soldering and brazing equipments, Vacuum pump, charging cylinders, electric test lamps, jumper lead, welding goggles

 

Unit IV

Pipe installation work, pumping down the system, purging the system, starting the plant

 

Unit V

Using a system analyzer, transferring and handling liquid refrigerant

 

Reference books:

  1. ISHRAE standard book for Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
  2. ASHRE hand book for Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
  3. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Sadhu Singh, Khanna Publishing House
  4. International Standards in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning , UNEP (United Nations Environment Program)
  5. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning data book, New Age International Publication

 

(6.GV.08)RAC Installation Techniques – I

 

Unit I

Introduction: Installation operation, adding oil, testing for leak detection

 

Unit II

Evacuation and dehydration, removing air, charging of the system, through suction valve, through discharge valve.

 

Unit III

Installation of Room Air-Conditioner: Selection of proper location, providing proper slope and provision for to drain water

 

Unit IV

Ventilation arrangement for window air conditioner, wiring diagram for installation for room air, conditioner

 

Unit V

Installation of split air conditioner, providing arrangement for pipes and pipe, pipe insulations

 

Reference books

  1. Refrigeration Technicians pocket book by F.H. Meredith, Butterworths
  2. Air conditioning: procedures and installation by V. Paul Lang, CBS publishers & distributors, Delhi

 

(6.VP.03)RAC System Installation & Maintenance Lab. – II

 

  1. Leak detection in refrigeration system by different
  2. Air removal and charging of a refrigeration
  3. Testing of a refrigeration system to find out: (a) Refrigerating capacity (b) Power input

(c) C.O.P.

  1. Determination of psychrometric properties of air with the help of a sling psychrometer and aspiration
  2. Determination of bye pass factor of a cooling
  3. Determination of humidifying efficiency of a evaporative
  4. Determination of cooling load for a specified
  5. Study of the following system by visit: (a) Ice Plant (b) Cold storage plant (c) Control air conditioning

 

(6.VP.04)RAC Piping Systems Lab.

 

List of Experiments

Any six of the following practical should be performed and recorded in laboratory book:

 

  1. Study of piping codes, ASME codes and standards, ASTM Specifications
  2. Study of Pipe-seamless, welded pipes, pipe sizes, dimensional specifications, material specifications, pipe ends
  3. Study of pipe fittings–elbows, tees, flanges, butt welded end fittings, socket welded and threaded end fittings

 

  1. valves–gate valve, globe valve, check valve, ball valve, plug valve, butterfly valve, control valve, pressure relief valve, valve codes and standard, valve size, pressure class
  2. Study of pipeline wall thickness calculation
  3. Study of NPSH required and NPSH available for pumps
  4. Study of piping load and piping stresses
  5. Study of different leak detection methods
  6. Checking the performance of air ducting system

 

(Level 7 Semester I)

 

(6.GV.01)RAC Maintenance – II

 

Unit I

Checking the charge, electrical circuits (servicing), evacuation of the system, installation, and location of main components, leak detection methods

 

Unit II

Servicing Techniques: Piping and Joining Work, Burn out repair, capillary tube cleaning

 

Unit III

Charging the system, compressor work expansion valve (thermostatic), servicing, hermetic compressor motors (stating problems) repairing leaks, sealed system connections.

 

Unit IV

Electrical Fault Finding: Compressor motor fails to start, compressor motors tries to start but does not run, compressor motor starts but does not reach running speed, thermostat failure type, pressure cut-out failure, wiring and collection faults

 

Unit V

Mechanical Fault Finding: Fault analysis by temperature and pressure, methods of confirming the fault, finding the fault when the compressor is not running, abnormal noise problem, domestic system faults

 

 

(6.GV.02)RAC Installation Techniques – II

 

Unit I

Commercial Installations of Refrigeration Systems: Ice manufacturing plant, ice bank

 

Unit II

Commercial Installations of Refrigeration Systems: Cold storage plant, milk dairy plant

 

Unit III: Commercial Installation of Air Conditioning Systems: Office air conditioning, Hotel air conditioning

Unit IV

Central air conditioning, Designs, Factors of consideration for Central AC

 

Unit V

Automobile air conditioning: Need, Types, Selection of AC System, Ducts

 

 

(6.GV.03) Automobile Air Conditioning

Unit I

Introduction: Methods of refrigeration. Vapour compression refrigeration system, vapour absorption refrigeration system, applications of refrigeration & air conditioning, Automobile air conditioning, air conditioning for passengers, isolated vehicles, Refrigerated

 

transport vehicles, applications related with very low temperatures, Study of Psychometric charts: Psychometric properties, tables/charts, psychometric processes, comfort charts, factors affecting comfort, effective temperature, ventilation requirements.

 

Unit II

Refrigerants & AC Systems: Importance of Refrigerant- Classification, properties, selection criteria, commonly used refrigerants, alternative refrigerants, eco-friendly refrigerants; applications of refrigerants, refrigerants used in automobile air conditioning, Air Conditioning Systems- Classification, layouts, central / unitary air conditioning systems, System components, Switch and electrical wiring circuit.

 

Unit III

Design Automobile AC system: Load Calculations & Analysis- Design considerations for achieving desired inside/room conditions with respect to prevailing outside/environment conditions. Factors affecting/contributing towards the load on refrigeration & air conditioning systems, Cooling & heating load calculations, Load calculations for automobiles, Effect of air conditioning load on engine

 

Unit IV

Air Distribution: Air Distribution Systems- Distribution ducting, sizing, supply / return ducts, type of grills, diffusers, ventilation, air noise level, layout of duct systems for automobiles and their impact on load calculations, Air Routing & Temperature Control – Objectives of the dashboard re-circulating unit, automatic temperature control, controlling flow, control of air handling systems & air flow through – evaporator care

 

UNIT V

AC Service & Control: Air Conditioning Service- Air conditioner maintenance & service – removing & replacing Components. Compressor service, Testing, Diagnosis & trouble shooting of air conditioning system, Refrigerant gas charging procedure &. Servicing of heater system, Air Conditioning Control – Common controls such as thermostats, humidistat, control dampers, pressure cut outs, relays.

 

Reference Books:

  1. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Sadhu Singh, Khanna Publishing House
  2. Automobile Mechanics, A.K. Babu, Khanna Publishing House

 

(6.GV.04) Non-conventional Refrigerating System

 

  1. Vapour Absorption Refrigeration System: Principle of absorption system, comparison between vapour compression system and vapor absorption system, theory of binary mixtures,
  2. Aqua-ammonia vapour absorption system, theory of mixtures, temperature concentration diagram and enthalpy concentration diagram, processes used in aqua-ammonia absorption system, adiabatic mixing, separation, throttling process,
  3. Vapour absorption system its components, working principle and mathematical analysis, b. Lithium-bromide- water absorption system its components, working principle, and mathematical analysis
  4. Steam Jet Refrigeration System: Introduction, steam jet refrigeration system, components of steam jet refrigeration system, advantage and limitation of steam jet refrigeration system, performance of steam jet refrigeration system
  5. Thermo-Electric Refrigeration System: Introduction, thermo-electric effects, Seebeck

 

effect, Peltier effect, Thomson effect

 

Reference books:

  1. ISHRAE standard book for Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
  2. ASHRE hand book for Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
  3. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Sadhu Singh, Khanna Publishing House
  4. International Standards in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning , UNEP (United Nations Environment Program)
  5. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning data book, New Age International Publication

 

 

(7.VP.01)Automobile AC Lab.

  1. To study the load requirement of AC in the
  2. To design the AC System for the automobile according to the
  3. To select the components for Automobile AC System
  4. To install the AC System in automobile
  5. To diagnose the fault in Automobile AC System
  6. To conduct the mechanical repair in the Automobile AC System
  7. To charge the Refrigerant in the Automobile AC System
  8. To test the Automobile AC

 

 

(7.VP.02)AC Components and Assembly Laboratory

 

Any five of the following practical should be performed and recorded in laboratory book

  1. To study hermetically sealed compressor, condensing units, performance, volumetric efficiency, performance of the ideal compressor and power requirement
  2. To study different types of condensers and condenser design
  3. To study different types of evaporators and evaporator performance, pressure drop in tubes, frost.
  4. To study selection of expansion valves, and capillaries for various refrigeration and air conditioning applications
  5. Find out the heat rejection factor of condenser, condenser capacity, efficiency and effect of fouling factor
  6. Capillary bore checking, performance test conducted by test rig (consisting of capillary tube and thermostatic expansion valve) for finding O.P.
  7. Familiarization of capillary selection guide

 

 

 

 

Unit I

(Level 7Semester II)

(7.GV.01) RAC Safety

 

Introduction to Industrial Safety: History and development of safety movement, need for safety, safety legislation: acts and rules, safety standards and codes, safety policy: safety organization and responsibilities and authorities of different levels, accident sequence theory, causes of accidents, accident prevention and control techniques, plant safety inspections, job safety analysis and investigation of accidents, first aid.

 

Unit II

Overview of Standard: ANSI/ASHRAE Standard, ANSI/ASME boiler and pressure vessel code, refrigeration, piping code, boiler and pressure vessel code, safety for refrigerant- containing components and accessories, nonelectrical, uniform mechanical code, basic national mechanical code

 

Unit III

Safety on the Job: Personal safety, protective clothing and equipment, harmful substances, safe work, practices, safety when working with electricity, refrigeration safety.

 

Unit IV

Safety for RAC Engineers: Types of accident, physical injuries from mechanical causes, use of tools and handling precautions, electrical injuries, electrical safety rules

 

Unit V

Injuries in RAC and Precaution: Refrigerant cylinder, corrosion, burn and other scalds, refrigerants and other gases Construction materials, firefighting precautions, breathing, toxic gases, asphyxiation and precaution for the same.

 

Reference books

  1. “HVAC Handbook”, Part I and II, ISHRAE
  2. “Industrial refrigeration Hand Book”, Wilbert F. Stoecker
  3. “Air conditioning Systems principles, equipments and Services”, Joseph Moravek, Prentice Hall
  4. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Sadhu Singh, Khanna Publishing House

 

 

(7.GV.02) Process Planning and Cost Estimation

 

  1. Introduction to Process Planning:

Process Planning—Definition, Purpose of Process Planning, Concept of Process Planning, Objectives of Process Planning, Scope of Process Planning, and Information required to do Process Planning, Preparing Operation Planning Sheet

 

2.  Process Planning activities:

Process Planning Procedure, Approaches of Process Planning, Manual Process Planning, Computer Aided Process Planning, Factors Affecting Selection Process, Machine Capacity, Determination of Man, Machine and Material Requirements, Factors Influencing Choice of Machinery

 

3.  Introduction to Cost Estimation:

Reasons for doing Estimates, Importance of Estimating, Objectives or Purpose of Estimating, Functions of Estimating, Cost Accounting of Costing, Importance of Costing, Aims of Cost Accounting, Difference Between Cost Estimating and Cost Accounting, Cost of Product (Ladder of Cost) Production Cost Estimation, Determination of Material Cost, Mensuration in Estimating

 

4.  Assembly & Installation Time Calculation:

Time calculation: Study of RAC requirement, design of RAC System, Selection of RAC components & material, Fabrication of ducts and distribution system, installation of RAC System, Testing of RAC System.

 

(7.VP.03) Project

On the basis of learning in the B.Voc. Programme, i.e. Level 5 to Level 7, a project to be taken up by the student strengthening his/ her vocational skills

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