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Bachelor of Technology in Computer Science & Engineering (Data Science, Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning, IoT & Automation) July 2020 GSFC University, Vadodara
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Bachelor of Technology in

Computer Science & Engineering

(Data Science, Artificial Intelligence

& Machine Learning, IoT &

Automation)

July 2020

GSFC University, Vadodara

CSE Course Curriculum

School of Technology - Computer Science & Engineering

CSE Course Curriculum

School of Technology - Computer Science & Engineering

Specialized Track Subjects

Semester

Data Science, Artificial

Intelligence & Machine

Learning (Specialized

Track I)

IOT & Automation

(Specialized Track II)

III Python Programming Python Programming

IV Fundamentals of AI &

ML

Fundamentals of Internet

Of Things

V Data Science for

Engineers

Fundamentals of Robotics

& RPA

VI Advanced Machine

Learning

IOT Architecture and

Protocols

VI Big Data Architecture

and Programming

Wireless Sensor Networks

(WSN) & IOT Standards

VII NLP and Image

Analysis Data Analytics for IOT

VII Machine Learning for

Intelligent Systems Introduction to Industry

4.0 and Application Areas

Elective Subjects

Sr. No Elective – I Elective – II

1 ICT Infrastructure Design &

Development Cloud Computing

2 Dot Net Technology Service Oriented Architecture

3 Computer Graphics Image Processing

4 Data Warehousing & Data

Mining

Cyber Security and Blockchain

Technology

CSE Course Curriculum

School of Technology - Computer Science & Engineering

Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech.) Program in Computer Science & Engineering (Data

Science & Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning, IoT & Automation)

Curriculum (2020-2021)

Code Course Title L-T-P Credits Code Course Title L-T-P Credits

I Semester II Semester

BTEC101 Basics of Electrical &

Electronics 3-0-2 4

BTCS201

Object oriented

Programming with C++ 3-0-2 4

BTMA102 Mathematics - I 3-1-0 4

BTCS202 Data Structures &

Algorithms 3-0-2 4

BTCS103 Computer

Programming 3-0-2 4

BTCS203 Web Technologies 3-0-2 4

BTPY104 Engineering Physics 3-0-2 4 BTCS204 Mathematics - II 3-1-0 4

BTME105 Workshop 0-0-2 1 BTCS205 Digital Electronics 3-0-2 4

BTFS106 Safety, Health &

Environment 2-0-0 0

BTCS207 Emerging Technologies 2-0-0 0

Total 23 17 Total 26 24

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Code Course Title L-T-P Credits Code Course Title L-T-P Credits

III Semester IV Semester

BTCS301 Discrete

Mathematics 3-1-0 4

BTCS401

Mathematics for

Specialization 3-1-0 4

BTCS302

Object Oriented

Programming with

JAVA

3-0-2

4

BTCS402

Computer Networks

3-0-2

4

BTCS303 Operating System 3-0-2 4

BTCS403 Microprocessor &

Interfacing 3-0-2 4

BTCS304 Computer

Organization 3-1-0 4

BTCS404

Database Management

Systems 3-0-2 4

BTCS305 Specialized Track

Elective – I 3-0-2 4

BTCS405

Specialized Track

Elective – II 3-0-2 4

Total 23 20 Total 24 22

CSE Course Curriculum

School of Technology - Computer Science & Engineering

Semester - I

Semester I B. Tech Computer Science & Engineering

Sr.

No

Course

Code

Course Name

Teaching Scheme Exam Scheme

L

T

P

C

Hrs/

Wk.

Theory Practical Total Marks

MS ES CE LW LE/

Viva

1 BTEC101 Basics of Electrical &

Electronics 3 0 2 4 5 20 50 30 25 25 150

2 BTMA102 Mathematics – I 3 1 0 4 4 20 50 30 -- -- 100

3 BTCS103 Computer

Programming 3 0 2 4 5 20 50 30 25 25 150

4 BTPY104 Engineering Physics 3 0 2 4 5 20 50 30 25 25 150

5 BTME105 Workshop 0 0 2 1 2 20 50 30 25 25 50

6 BTFS106 Safety, Health &

Environment 2 0 0 0 2 -- -- -- -- -- P/F

Total

1

4 1 8

1

7 23

600

MS - Mid Semester, ES - End Semester, CE - Continuous Evaluation, LW - Laboratory Work, LE -

Laboratory Exam

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Computer Science & Engineering – 2020-21

COURSE CODE

BTEC101

COURSE NAME

BASICS OF ELECTRICAL AND

ELECTRONICS

L T P C

3 0 2 4

Total Credits: Total Hours in semester :5 Total Marks: 150 1 Course Pre-requisites:

2 Course Category: Ability Enhancement Courses / Skill Enhancement Courses/Core Courses /

Professional or Discipline Specific Elective /Generic Elective /Open Elective

3 Course Revision/ Approval Date:

4 Course Objectives :It is an introductory course which emphasize the

fundamental concepts and overview of

Electrical Engineering & Electronics. The course work aims in

imparting fundamental knowledge on electronic components and

communication engineering concepts.

4.1 Emphasize the fundamental concepts and overview of Electrical Engineering &

Electronics. 4.2 Imparting fundamental knowledge on electronic components

4.3 To provide brief idea about electrical machines

4.4 To aware about communication engineering concepts.

4.5 To gain knowledge about test equipment’s of electrical and electronics.

Course Content Weightage Contact hours Pedagogy

Unit 1:

Theory: Electrical Engineering

Study of voltage, current, power &

energy. Application of Ohm’s law,

Kirchhoff’s law, Lenz law.

Electromagnetic induction through

working of a transformer.

20% 10 Chalk and

Duster and

PPT, Notes

Practical: (Symbols of Electrical and

Electronics equipment, Basics of

Electrical safety & Study of Electrical

Safety rules)

Unit 2:

Theory: Concept of 1-phase, 3- phase AC

supply. Introduction of terms like RMS

value, average value. Familiarity with

components like resistors,

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capacitors, diodes, LED’s, their

application, uses, industrial specification.

Introduction to component data sheets.

Practical: (Patch cords, Digital

Multimeter (DMM), Familiarization

with Digital multi-meter(DMM))

Unit 3:

Theory: Electrical Machines Understanding the construction, type,

principle of operation of various motors

like DC, Stepper, Servo, AC.

Introduction to the concepts of motor

selection and sizing.

Practical: (Measurement of AC Voltage

at 230 V AC Mains plug, Measurement

of DC Voltage for cell phone battery of

3.8 V DC, Measurement of Resistance

of Current coil & Potential coil of

Energy meter, Measurement of

Continuity of any wire/fuse.)

25% 10 Chalk and

Duster and

PPT, Notes

Unit 4:

Theory: Electronics Engineering Introduction of electronic components

like diodes, LED’s, transistors, OpAmps,

Gates Industrial specification and data

sheets of the components. Characteristics

and usage of the components. Signals:

Analog & Digital. Introduction to

industrial data acquisition

Practical: (Study the basics of 1-phase

control transformer & verify its

turn-ratio, Familiarization with Digital

Storage Oscilloscope (DSO).)

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Duster and

PPT, Notes

Unit 5:

Theory: Test Equipment

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Introduction to Multimeter and

Oscilloscope

Practical: (Understand the

construction & working of energy

meter, Load Test on 1 Phase AC CSCR

Type AC Motor, Load Test on DC

Shunt Motor.)

Learning Resources

1. Textbooks:1. Albert Paul Malvino,” Electronic Principles”, Tata Mcgraw

Hill,2002

2. Reference Books: 1. Simon Haykin, “Communication Systems”, Wiley

Eastern, Third Edition,19

3. Journals & Periodicals:

5. Other Electronic Resources:

Evaluation Scheme Total Marks

Mid semester Marks

End Semester Marks

Continuous Evaluation

Marks

Course Outcomes

1. Identify the working of an electrical component in any

machine..

2. The students will be able to appreciate the applications

of electrical component.

3. Analyze use and importance of electrical machines in

industries.

4.Able to understand how industries are working with electrical machines.

5. Apply test equipment’s in electrical projects.

Attendance 5 marks

Quiz 5 marks

Skill enhancement activities / case

study

5 marks

Presentation/ miscellaneous

activities

5 marks

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Computer Science & Engineering – 2020-21

COURSE CODE

BTMA102

COURSE NAME

MATHEMATICS-I

L T P C

3 1 0 4

Total Credits:4 Total Hours in semester :45 Total Marks:100

1 Course Pre-requisites: Differentiation and Integration (Basic calculus),

Trigonometry

2 Course Category: Core Ability Enhancement Courses / Skill Enhancement Courses/Core Courses /

Professional or Discipline Specific Elective /Generic Elective /Open Elective

3 Course Revision/ Approval Date:

4 Course Objectives :yg

4.1 Gives a clear understanding of the ideas of calculus as a solid foundation for

subsequent courses in mathematics and other disciplines.

4.2 Comprehensive focus on teaching calculus based on concepts as well as procedures.

4.3 Enables students to apply their knowledge and solve practical problems in physical

sciences and engineering.

4.4 understanding basic concepts of linear algebra (systems of linear equations, matrix

calculus, vectors and basic vector operations)

4.5 solving computational problems of linear algebra

Course Content Weightage Contact hours Pedagogy

Unit 1:

Theory: Review of limits, continuity, and

differentiability of function of single

variable; indeterminate forms and

L’Hospitals Rule.

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Duster and

PPT,Notes

Unit 2:

Theory: Sequences and series, Tests for

convergence of series (nth term,

Comparison, limit comparison, Ratio,

Root, Integral, Geometric series,

Alternating series), Power Series, Taylor

Series, Maclaurin’s Series.

20% 10 Chalk and

Duster

and ,Notes

Unit 3:

Theory: Partial Derivatives:Limit and

continuity of functions of two variable,

chain rule, total derivatives, Taylor’s

series expansion of function of two

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variables.

Unit 4:

Theory: Applications of Partial

Derivatives:Maxima and minima,

Lagrange multipliers, errors and

approximation, implicit functions, tangent

plane and normal to a surface.

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Unit 5:

Theory: Linear Algebra:

Elementary operations and their use in

getting the Rank, Inverse of a matrix and

solution of linear simultaneous

equations. Orthogonal, Symmetric,

Skew-symmetric,Hermitian,Skew-

Hermitian, Normal & Unitary

matrices and their elementary properties.

Characteristic polynomials, Eigen-

values and Eigenvectors of a matrix,

Cayley Hamilton theorem (without

proof) and its use in finding inverse of a

matrix. Applications of Matrices.

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Duster and

PPT,Notes

Learning Resources

1. Textbooks:Veerarajan T., Engineering Mathematics for first year, Tata

McGraw-Hill,New Delhi, 2008.

2. Reference Books: Thomas, G.B., Finney, R.L., Calculus and Analytic

Geometry, 9th Ed.,Wesley/Narosa, (1998). 3. Journals & Periodicals:

5. Other Electronic Resources:

Evaluation Scheme Total Marks

Mid semester Marks 30

End Semester Marks 50

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Computer Science & Engineering – 2020-21

Continuous Evaluation

Marks

Attendance 5 marks

Quiz 5 marks

Skill enhancement activities / case

study

5 marks

Presentation/ miscellaneous

activities

5 marks

Course Outcomes

1.Apply the concepts of limits, continuity and derivatives

to solving problems.

2.Determine convergence or divergence of sequences and series

3.Use Taylor and MacLaurin series to represent

functions. Solve application problems.

4. Understand functions of several variables, limits, continuity, partial derivatives. Identify and solve some

system of linear equations.

5. To deal with functions of several variables that is

essential in most branches of engineering. The essential

tool of matrices and linear algebra in a comprehensive

manner.

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COURSE CODE

BTCS103

COURSE NAME

COMPUTER PROGRAMMING-I

L T P C

3 0 0 4

Total Credits: 4 Total Hours in semester : 45 Total Marks:100

1 Course Pre-requisites: NiL

2 Course Category: Core

3 Course Revision/ Approval Date:

4 Course Objectives :

4.1 To provide basics of programming components.

4.2 To develop logics for array and string which will help them to create applications in C

4.3 To familiar students about functions and pointers.

4.4 To give brief idea about structures in c programming

4.5 To gain knowledge about file handling using c language.

Course Content Weightage Contact hours Pedagogy

Unit 1: BASICS OF C

PROGRAMMING

Theory:

Introduction to programming paradigms -

20% 09 Chalk –

Talk,

Presentatio

n

Structure of C program - C

programming: Data Types, Storage

classes, Constants, Enumeration

Constants, Keywords, Operators:

Precedence and Associativity,

Expressions, Input / Output statements,

Assignment statements, Decision making

statements, Control structures, Pre-

processor directives, Compilation

process.

Practical:

1. Program to print “Hello GSFC

University”. 2. Program to find the sum of

the 2 numbers. 3. Program to find area and

circumference of the circle. 4. Program to

find simple interest. 5. Program to convert

degree centigrade to Fahrenheit. 6.

Program to calculate sum of 5 objects and

print average. 7. Program to show

swapping of 2 numbers

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without using third variable. 8. Program to

show swapping of 2 number using third

variable. B. Control Structures: IF,

Switch, Loops 9. Program to show reverse

of given number. 10. Program to find

greatest among 3 numbers. 11. Repeat

program 10 with conditional operator. 12.

Program to find that entered year is Leap

year or not. 13. Program to find given

number is even or odd. 14. Program to use

Switch statement, Display percentage of

student. 15. Program to display arithmetic

operation using Switch. 16. Program to

display first 15 natural numbers and their

sum using For Loop. 17. Program to print

Patterns:

18. Program to print Fibonacci series till 40. 19. Program to find factorial of given

number. 20. Program to find whether a

given number is prime or not.

Unit 2: ARRAYS AND STRINGS Theory:

Introduction to Arrays: Declaration,

Initialization, One dimensional array,

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Talk,

Presentatio

n

Two dimensional arrays, Addition,

Scaling, Determinant and Transpose,

String operations: length, compare,

concatenate, copy, bubble sort, linear and

binary search.

Practical:

21. Program to create an array of 10

elements. Show the sum and average of

10 elements entered by the user. 22.

Program to find maximum number in

given Array. 23. Program to display

matrix. 24. Program to find sum of two

Matrices. 25. Program to find subtraction

of two matrices. 26. Program to find

multiplication of two matrices. 27. Write

a program to read a series words using

scanf(). 28. Write a program to copy one

string into another and count the number

of characters copied. 29. Write a program

to concatenate strings. 30. Write a

program to demonstrate String handling

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functions

Unit 3: FUNCTIONS AND

POINTERS

Theory: Introduction to functions:

Function prototype, function

definition, function call, Built-in

functions (string functions, math

functions), Recursion, Pointer, pointer

operators, Pointer arithmetic: Arrays

and pointers, Array of pointers,

Parameter passing: Pass by value, Pass

by reference

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Talk,

Presentatio

n

Practical:

31. Program for swapping of two numbers

using functions. 32. Program to find

factorial of given number using function.

33. Program to show table of given

number using function. 34. Program to

show call by value. 35. Program to show

call by reference. 36. Program to find the

largest among two using functions. 37.

Write a program to show how similar

name variables can be used in different

functions. 38. Write a program to return

more than one value from a function. 39.

Program for passing array from main

function to display function. 40. Write a

program in C to show the basic

declaration of pointer. 41. Write a

program in C to demonstrate how to

handle the pointers in the program. 42.

Write a program in C to demonstrate the

use of &(address of) and

*(value at address) operator. 43. Write a

program in C to add two numbers using

pointers. 44. Write a program in C to add

numbers using call by reference. 45. Write

a program in C to store n elements in an

array and print the elements using pointer.

46. Write a program in C to swap

elements using call by reference. 47. Write a program in C to compute the

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sum of all elements in an array using

pointers.

Unit 4: STRUCTURES

Theory:

Structure: Nested structures, Pointer

20% 09 Chalk –

Talk,

Presentatio

n

and Structures, Array of structures,

Self-referential structures, typedef,

Dynamic memory allocation: malloc,

clloc, realloc, free()

Practical:

48. Write a program to demonstrate

declaration of structures. 49. Write a

program to store student information

using Structure. 50. Write a program to

add two distances. 51. Write a program to

store 10 student’s information using

structures. 52. Write a program to

demonstrate nested structures. 53. Write a

program to demonstrate how pointers will

be used to create and access structures.

Unit 5: FILE PROCESSING

Theory:

Files and file handling operations,

20% 09 Chalk –

Talk,

Presentatio

n

Types of file processing: Sequential

access, Random access, Sequential

access file, Command line

arguments

Practical:

54. Write a program to create a file and

store information. 55. Write a program to

read contents from a file. 56. Write a

program to append content at the end of

file. 57. Write a program to find the size

of a file using file handling functions. 58.

Write a program to update the contents of

a file.

Learning Resources

CSE Course Curriculum

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Computer Science & Engineering – 2020-21

1. Textbooks: 1. Programming in ANSI C, 7th Edition by Balaguruswamy

1. C Programming: Test Your Skills, 1/e by Ashok Kamthane

2. Let Us C,16th Edition, by Yashwant Kanetkar

3. Programming with C, 2nd Edition by Gottfried, McGraw-Hill.

4. Understanding Pointers in C, 5th edition by Yashwant

Kanetkar

2. Reference Books:

3. Journals & Periodicals:

5. Other Electronic Resources:

Evaluation Scheme Total Marks 100

Mid semester Marks 30

End Semester Marks 50

Continuous Evaluation

Marks

Course Outcomes

1. Gain basic understanding of basic components of

programming language

2. Understand any other programming language with the

knowledge of array and string. 3. Apply function concept in real time applications.

4. Analyze working of structure in c or other

programming language programs.

5. Students will be able to develop applications using C

programming

Attendance 5 marks

Quiz 5 marks

Skill enhancement activities / case

study

5 marks

Presentation/ miscellaneous activities

5 marks

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BTPY 104

ENGINEERING PHYSICS

L T P C

3 0 2 4

Total Credits:

3+1

Total Hours in Semester: 75 Total Marks: 150

1 Course Pre-requisites: NIL

2 Course Category: Core Professional

3 Course Revision/ Approval date

4 Course Objectives

4.1 To familiarize with basics of Noise, Vibrations and Oscillations

4.2 To inculcate fundamental knowledge of Electromagnetism and its

engineering applications

4.3 To develop basic understanding for different applications of optical

phenomena

4.4 To embrace optical technologies and understand their functioning

4.5 To familiarize with introductory quantum physics and its importance

Course Content Weightag

e

Contact

hours

Pedagogy

Unit 1: Noise and Vibrations

Theory: Concept of Noise and its sources.

Noise Terminology. Definition of Harshness,

acceptable levels and perception. Sources of

Vibrations. Simple harmonic motion. Damped

harmonic oscillator and its energy

decay, Quality factor. Forced harmonic

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Power point

Presentation,

Group

Discussion

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oscillator and its steady-state motion. Power

absorbed by oscillator. Resonance. Analogy

between electrical and mechanical

oscillations. Mathematical modeling of

vibrations.

Practical:

1) To determine the frequency of vibrations

on a string using Melde’s experiment

2) To determine the frequency of the A.C.

mains source using a Sonometer

Unit 2: Electromagnetism

Theory: Laws of Electrostatics. Polarization

and corresponding classification of materials.

Permittivity and Dielectric constants. Laws of

Magnetostatics. Magnetization and

corresponding classification of materials,

Permeability and susceptibility. Hysteresis.

Maxwell’s equations. Continuity equation.

20% 09+06 Chalk-Talk,

Group

Discussion,

Role Play

Practical:

1) To determine magnetic hysteresis

properties of ferromagnetic materials.

2) To find the horizontal component of earth’s

magnetic field using tangent galvanometer

(Virtual Lab).

3) To determine the magnetic dipole moment

of a bar magnet and horizontal intensity of

earth’s magnetic field using a deflection

magnetometer.

4) To study the variation in magnetic field

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with distance along the axis of rotation of a

circular coil.

Unit 3: Modern Optics - I

Theory: Superposition of waves and

Interference. Concept of Diffraction and

types of Diffraction. Fraunhofer diffraction of

single and multiple slits. Types and

applications of Diffraction gratings. Bragg’s

law.

Practical:

1) To determine the wavelength of

Monochromatic source using diffraction

gratings.

2) To determine the dispersive power of a

grating.

3) To determine wavelength of light using

Newton’s rings setup.

4) To determine refractive index of liquids

using Newton’s Ring (Virtual Lab)

20% 09+08 Chalk-Talk,

Animations,

Unit 4: Modern Optics - II

Theory: Concept of Polarization and types of

Polarization. Polarization using reflection,

double refraction, and scattering. Optical

activity. Concept of Lasers, working and

different types of Lasers, safety aspects, using

lasers as sensors.

15% 07+04 Chalk-Talk,

Animations

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Practical:

1) To determine the specific rotation of sugar

using polarimeter (using setup/virtual lab).

Unit 5: Quantum Physics

Theory: Black body radiation and concept of

Photons, Photoelectric effect, de Broglie

hypothesis, wave-particle duality,

Interpretation of wave-function, Uncertainty

relations, Schrodinger's wave-equation,

Particle in a box.

Practical:

1) To determine Planck’s constant using

photoelectric effect setup.

2) To determine work function of the given

material using photoelectric effect setup.

20% 08+06 Chalk-Talk

Learning Resources

1. Textbooks

1. VIBRATIONS AND WAVES by George C. King, Willey (For Unit

1)

2. Engineering Physics by H K Malik and A K Singh, Tata McGraw-

Hill Education (For All Unit 2, 3 and 4)

2. Reference books

1. A Textbook of Engineering Physics by M N Avadhanulu, S CHAND

2. Textbook of Engineering Physics by Dr. P. S. Aithal and Dr. H. J.

Ravindra, ACME Learning

3. ENGINEERING PHYSICS by S K Nayak and K.P. Bhuvana, Tata

McGraw-Hill Education

3. Journals

4. Journal of Applied Physics, AIP Publication, ISSN: 0021-

8979 (print) 1089-7550 (Online)

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5. Journal of Engineering Physics and Thermophysics, SPRINGER

Publication, ISSN: 1062-0125 (Print) 1573-871X (Online)

6. Current Applied Physics, ELSEVIER Publication, ISSN: 1567-1739

(Print) 1567-1739 (Online)

4. Periodicals

5. Other Electronic resources

Evaluation Scheme Total Marks: 100

7. Mid semester

Marks

8. 30

9. End Semester

Marks

10. 50

11. Continuous

Evaluation Marks

12. Attendance 13. 5 marks

14. Quiz 15. 5 marks

16. Skill enhancement

activities / case study

17. 5 marks

18. Presentation/

miscellaneous

activities

19. 5 marks

Course Outcomes

1. Understanding of the basic knowledge of harmonic

motions.

2. Conceptualization of different electric and magnetic

properties of materials

3. Understanding different engineering applications of

optical fundamentals.

4. Conceptualization of construction and working of

lasers

5. To embrace the concept of the quantum physics and

have basic understanding of its principles.

Additional Information to

enhance learning

NIL

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BTME105

ENGINEERING WORKSHOP

PRACTICES

L T P C

0 0 2 1

Total Credits: 1 Total Hours in semester : 30 Total Marks: 50

1 Course Pre-requisites: Zeal to learn the subject

2 Course Category: Skill Enhancement Courses.

3 Course Revision/ Approval Date:

4 Course Objectives :

4.1 To give basic training on fitting, carpentry, sheet metal, machine shop, and black

smithy.

4.2 To enable students to understand and practice joining techniques.

4.3 To train students to handle various machine tools.

4.4 To enable students to understand basic mechanical engineering concepts.

4.5 To enable students to fabricate components with their own hands.

Course Content Weighta

ge

Contact

hours

Pedagog

y

Unit 1: Introduction

Theory: Introduction, Workshop layout, Importance of

various sections/shops of workshop, Types of jobs done

in each shop. General safety rules and work procedure in

workshop. Measuring Instruments.

Practical:

1. Introduction to Engineering Workshop. Know

general safety rules and work procedure of

engineering workshop. 2. Sketch the layout of engineering workshop.

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activities/

Job

preparati

ons

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Study the different shops and types of jobs done

in each shop of engineering workshop.

3. Study about basic Measuring Instruments used

in workshop.

Unit 2: Welding

Theory: Overview of arc and spot welding operations.

Practical:

1. Study of Arc welding machine and its

accessories.

2. Demonstrate and perform job by using Arc

welding machine.

20% 04 Hands on

activities/

Job

preparati

ons

Unit 3: Fitting

Theory: Overview of fitting operations

Practical:

1. Study of Fitting tools.

2. Demonstrate and perform job by using Fitting

tools.

20% 04 Hands on

activities/

Job

preparati

ons

Unit 4: Black smithy 20% 08 Hands on

Theory: Overview of smithy processes activities/

Job

preparati

ons

Practical:

1. Study of Black smithy tools.

2. Demonstrate and perform job by using Black

smithy tools.

3. Study of Tin smithy tools.

4. Demonstrate and perform job by using Tin

smithy tools.

Unit 5: Machining 20% 08 Hands on

Theory: Overview of Lathe and shaper machines. activities/

Job

preparati

ons

Practical:

1. Study of Lathe machine.

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2. Demonstrate different operations on Lathe

machine.

3. Study of Shaper machine.

4. Demonstrate different operations on Shaper

machine.

Learning Resources

1. Textbooks:

1. Hajra Choudhary, S. K., Elements of Workshop Technology,

Media Promotors& Publishers Pvt. Ltd, 12thEdition, (2002).

2. Chapman, W.A.J., Workshop Technology, ELBS Low Price

Text, Edward Donald Pub. Ltd., (1961).

2. Reference Books:

1. Singh, D.K., Fundamentals of Manufacturing Engineering, Ane

Books Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi, 2nd Edition, (2009).

2. Raghuwanshi, B.S., Course in Workshop Technology,

DhanpatRai& Sons, New Delhi, (1991).

3. Schey, J.A., Introduction to Manufacturing Process, 3rd.Edition,

McGraw Hill, (2000).

3. Journals & Periodicals:

1. Journal of Manufacturing Processes

2. Procedia Manufacturing 3. Manufacturing Letters

5. Other Electronic Resources:

http://www.weldingtechnology.org

http://www.piehtoolco.com/

http://sourcing.indiamart.com/engineering/articles/materials-used-hand-tools/

Course Outcomes

1. Upon completion of this laboratory course, students

will be able to read and use a manufacturing drawing

as a definition for the manufacturing of a part.

2. Able to fabricate components with their own

hands. 3. Understand the practical difficulties encountered in

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industries during any assembly work.

4. Will also get practical knowledge of the dimensional

accuracies and dimensional tolerances possible with

different manufacturing processes.

5. By assembling different components, they will be

able to produce small devices of their interest.

Evaluation Scheme Total Marks

Mid semester Marks 00

End Semester Marks 50

Continuous Evaluation

Marks

Attendance 5 marks

Quiz 0 marks

Skill enhancement activities / job

preparations

45 marks

Presentation/ miscellaneous

activities

0 marks

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Semester – II

Semester II B. Tech (Common for All Branches)

Sr. No

Course Code

Course Name

Teaching Scheme Exam Scheme

L T P C Hrs/Wk. Theory Practical Total

Marks MS ES CE LW LE/ Viva

1 BTCE201 Object oriented

Programming with C++ 3 0 2 4 5 20 50 30 25 25 150

2 BTCE202 Data Structures &

Algorithms 3 0 2 4 5 20 50 30 25 25 150

3 BTCE203 Web Technologies 3 0 2 4 5 20 50 30 25 25 150

4 BTCE204

Mathematics - II 3 1 0 4 4 20 50 30 -- -- 100

5 BTCE205 Digital Electronics 3 0 2 4 2 20 50 30 25 25 150

7 BTCE207 Emerging Technologies 0 0 2 0 2 -- -- -- -- -- P/F

Total 15 1 10 20 26 700

MS - Mid Semester, ES - End Semester, CE - Continuous Evaluation, LW - Laboratory Work, LE - Laboratory Exam

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BTCE201

Object oriented Programming

with C++

L T P C

3 0 2 4

Total Credits:4 Total Hours in semester :45 Total Marks: 100

1 Course Pre-requisites: C Programming

2 Course Category: Ability Enhancement Courses / Skill Enhancement Courses/Core Courses /

Professional or Discipline Specific Elective /Generic Elective /Open Elective

3 Course Revision/ Approval Date:

4 Course Objectives :

4.1 To aware students about basics of OOP for every O-O based programming language.

4.2 To familiar students with class and object with function

4.3 To make student understand working and importance of constructor and destructor

4.4 To give brief idea about inheritance

4.5 To provide an overview of file handling and templates

Course Content Weightage Contact hours Pedagogy

Unit 1:

Principles of OOP: Programming

Paradigms, Basic concepts, Benefits of

OOP, Applications of OOP. Introduction

to C++, History of C++, Structure of C++,

Basic data types, Derived data types,

20% 9 Chalk –

Talk,

Presentatio

n

Symbolic constants. Dynamic

initialization, Type modifiers, Type

Casting, Operator and control statements,

Input and Output statements in C++.

Unit 2:

Classes and objects, class specification,

member function specification, scope

resolution operator, Access qualifiers,

Instance creation, Member functions.

Function prototyping, Function

components, and Passing parameters, call

by reference, Return by reference, Inline

functions, Default arguments,

Overloaded function.

20% 9 Chalk –

Talk,

Presentatio

n

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Unit 3:

Theory:

Array of objects, pointers to objects, this

pointer, Dynamic allocation operators,

Dynamic objects. Constructors,

parameterized constructors, Overloaded

constructors, Constructors with default

arguments, copy constructors, static class

members and static objects. Operator

Overloading, Overloading unary and

binary operator, Overloading the operator

using friend function, stream operator

overloading, data conversion.

20% 9 Chalk –

Talk,

Presentatio

n

Unit 4:

Theory:

Inheritance, Defining derived classes,

Single inheritance, protected data with

private inheritance, multiple

inheritance, multi-level inheritance,

hierarchical inheritance, hybrid

inheritance, multipath inheritance,

Constructors in derived and base class,

Abstract classes, virtual function and

dynamic polymorphism, virtual

destructor. Exception Handling,

principle of Exception handling,

Exception handling mechanism,

multiple catch, Nested try, Rethrowing

the exception.

20% 9 Computer

based

learning,

Chalk –

Talk,

Presentatio

n

Unit 5:

Theory:

Streams in C++, Stream classes,

Formatted and Unformatted data,

manipulators, User defined

manipulators, file streams, file pointer

manipulation, file open and close.

Templates, Template functions and

Template classes.

20% 9 Computer

based

learning,

Chalk –

Talk,

Presentatio

n

Learning Resources

1. Text Books:

1. C++ Primer by Barbara E. Moo, Josée Lajoie, Stanley B.

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Lippman, 5th Edition

2. Starting Out with C++ - From Control Structures through

Objects by Tony Gaddis,

3. Accelerated C++: Practical Programming by Example by

Andrew Koenig, 1st Edition

2. Reference Books:

1. Object-Oriented Programming with C++ by E Balagurusamy,

Seventh edition

2. Let US C++ by Yashwant Kanetkar, 2nd Edition

3.

Video Tutorial

https://www.studytonight.com/courses/cpp-video-tutorial/

4

NPTEL MOOC

https://nptel.ac.in/courses/106/101/106101208/

Evaluation Scheme Total Marks

Mid semester Marks 30

End Semester Marks 50

Continuous Evaluation

Marks

Course Outcomes

1. Understand object-oriented programming features in

C++,

2. Apply these features to program design and

implementation,

3. Understand object-oriented concepts and how they are

supported by C++,

4. Understand implementation issues related to object-

oriented techniques

Attendance 5 Marks

Quiz 5 Marks

Skill enhancement activities / case

study

5 Marks

Presentation/ miscellaneous

activities 5 Marks

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5. Apply templates and O-O concepts in developing real

time applications,

BTCE202 Data Structures and

Algorithms

Total Credits: 3 Total Hours in semester : 45 Total Marks:100

1 Course Prerequisites: NIL

2 Course Category: Ability Enhancement Courses / Skill Enhancement Courses/Core Courses /

Professional or Discipline Specific Elective /Generic Elective /Open Elective Course Revision/ Approval Date:

4 Course Objectives :

4.1 To give brief idea bout data and how it is stored in memory structure.

4.2 To aware students about array and stack used in different programming languages.

4.3 To familiar with soring and searching techniques.

4.4 To make student understand about tree and graph structures,

4.5 To elaborate testing approach with data structure.

Course Content Weightage Contact

hours

Pedagogy

Unit 1:

Theory:

Introduction to Data Structures &

Algorithms: Arrays and Strings,

Algorithm Development,

Complexity analysis, Recursion

20% 9 Chalk – Talk,

Presentation

Unit 2:

Theory:

20% 9 Chalk – Talk,

Presentation

Linear Data Structures: Stacks:

Operations and Applications,

Queues: Operations and

Applications, Circular Queues:

Operations and Applications,

Links Lists: Operation – Creations,

insertion, Deletion,

Circular Lists, Doubly Linked

L T P C

3 0 2 4

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List

Unit 3:

Theory:

Sorting & Searching: Insertion

Sort, Merge Sort, Quick Sort,

Binary Search, Linear Search,

Selection Sort

20% 9 Chalk – Talk,

Presentation

Unit 4:

Theory:

20% 9 Computer based

learning, Chalk –

Talk,

Presentation

Non Linear Data Structures:

Graphs I: Representation and

Traversal, Representation: Matrix,

Adjacency list, Traversal: Depth

First Search, Breadth First Search,

Graphs II: Basic Algorithms,

Minimum Spanning Tree, Shortest

Path, All pairs Shortest Path,

Transitive Closer, Binary Trees,

Representation,

Operations: Insert, Delete,

Traversal: Preorder, Inorder,

Postorder, Heap Sort, Method and

Complexity, Priority Queue,

Search Trees, AVI-trees, B-tree,

External Search,

Unit 5: 10% 4 Computer based

Hashing Techniques, String

algorithms: Hashing Techniques,

Pattern Matching, Text Editor

learning, Chalk –

Talk,

Presentation

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Unit 6 10% 5 Computer based

Program Development, Testing &

Verification: Program

Specification, Pre and post

Condition, Program

Documentations, Testing

Methods, Verification Procedures

learning, Chalk –

Talk,

Presentation

Learning Resources

1. Text Books:

1. Data Structures Using C by Reema Thareja, 2nd Edition

2. Fundamentals Of Data Structures in C++ by Horowitz, Sartaj Sahni,

2nd Edition

3. Data Structure Through C by Yashwant Kanetkar, 2nd Edition

2. Reference Books:

1. An Introduction to Data Structures with Application by Jean-Paul

Tremblay & Paul Sorenson, 2nd edition

2. Data Structures and Algorithms Made Easy: Data Structures and

Algorithmic Puzzles by Narasimha Karumanchi, 5th Edition

3

Video Tutorial

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2_aWCzGMAwI3W_JlcBb

TwiQSsOTa6P

4

NPTEL MOOC

https://nptel.ac.in/courses/106/102/106102064/

Evaluation Scheme Total Marks 100

Mid semester Marks 30

End Semester Marks 50

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Continuous Evaluation

Marks

Attendance 5 Marks

Quiz 5 Marks

Skill enhancement activities / case

study

5 Marks

Presentation/ miscellaneous

activities

5 Marks

Course

Outcomes

1. Understand and use the process of abstraction using a programming language such as' C++.

2. Analyze step by step and develop algorithms to solve real world

problems.

3. Implementing various data structures viz. Stacks, Queues, Linked

Lists, Trees and Graphs

4. Understanding various searching & sorting techniques.

5. Implement testing approach in real time programming.

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BTCE203 Web Technologies

L T P C

3 0 2 4

Total Credits:4 Total Hours in semester :45 Total Marks:100

1 Course Pre-requisites: Basic Programming

2 Course Category: Core Ability Enhancement Courses / Skill Enhancement Courses/Core Courses /

Professional or Discipline Specific Elective /Generic Elective /Open Elective

3 Course Revision/ Approval Date:

4 Course Objectives :

4.1 To provide brief idea about html for web page development

4.2 To aware students about CSS to design web page

4.3 To elaborate working of JavaScript

4.4 To make student understand regarding how jquery can enhance look and feel of web

page 4.5 To familiar students with components and working of bootstrap

Course Content Weightage Contact hours Pedagogy

Unit 1:

Theory:

HTML

Introduction, Elements, Tags,

Formatting, Links, Font, Images, Tables,

20% 9 Chalk –

Talk,

Presentatio

n

Web Forms, Form Elements, Formatting

Tags.

HTML5

Semantic Elements, Form Elements,

Form Attributes, Form Input Types,

Media Elements, Canvas, SVG

Unit 2:

Theory:

CSS

20% 9 Chalk –

Talk,

Presentatio

CSS3 Introduction, Borders,

Backgrounds, Text Effects, Text,

Transitions, Animations, Multiple

Columns, Transforms

n

Unit 3:

Theory:

20% 9 Chalk –

Talk,

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JAVASCRIPT

Introduction, Operators, Function &

Object, Methods, Conditional Statement

& Looping Statement, Event Types

Presentatio

n

Unit 4:

Theory:

JQuery

20% 9 Computer

based

learning,

Introduction, Retrieving Page Content,

Manipulating Page Content, Working

with Events, JQuery Animations and

Effects, Using the jQuery UI Plug Ins

Chalk –

Talk,

Presentatio

n

Unit 5:

Theory:

20% 9 Computer

based

Bootstrap learning,

Chalk –

Introduction, Bootstrap Grid, Bootstrap

Components

Talk,

Presentatio

n

Learning Resources

1. Text Books:

HTML 5 Black Book, Dreamtech Press Eric Freeman, Head First HTML5 Programming

2. Reference Books: Jake Spurlock, Bootstrap, O'Reilly Media

3.

HTML, CSS, JAVASCRIPT

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL41lfR-6DnOruqMacTfff1zrEcqtmm7Fv

4.

JQuery

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZdjW012sjggL_nRyanevMkgu51 xehoQr

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Bootstrap

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aTLRdrRQyN4

Evaluation Scheme Total Marks 100

Mid semester Marks 30

End Semester Marks 50

Continuous Evaluation

Marks

Course Outcomes

1. Students will be able to understand the

importance and need of client side

scripting.

2. Students will be able to develop static and

dynamic web applications.

3. Students will be

Responsive websites.

able to Develop

4. Enhance their web page with jquery

5. Apply Bootstrap in real time web

application development.

Attendance 5 Marks

Quiz 5 Marks

Skill enhancement activities / case

study

5 Marks

Presentation/ miscellaneous

activities

5 Marks

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BTCE204

Maths - II

L T P C

3 1 0 4

Total Credits:4 Total Hours in semester :45 Total Marks:100

1 Course Pre-requisites: NiL

2 Course Category:

3 Course Revision/ Approval Date:

4 Course Objectives :

4.1 Aware students about probability.

4.2 Give brief idea about distributions in mathematics.

4.3 To give brief idea about Statistical methodology

Course Content Weightage Contact hours Pedagogy

Unit 1:

Theory:

Probability:

Random Experiment; Sample space;

Random Events; Probability of events.

Axiomatic definition of probability;

Frequency Definition of probability;

Finite sample spaces and equiprobable

measure as special cases; Probability of

Non-disjoint events (Theorems).

Counting techniques applied to

probability problems; Conditional

probability; General Multiplication

Theorem; Independent events; Bayes’

theorem and related problems. 10L

Random variables (discrete and

continuous); Probability mass function;

Probability density function and

distribution function.

32% 14 Chalk –

Talk,

Unit 2:

Theory:

33% 15 Chalk –

Talk,

Distributions:

Binomial, Poisson, Uniform,

Exponential, Normal. Expectation and

Variance (t and χ 2 excluded);

Transformation of random variables

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(One variable); Chebychev inequality

(statement) and problems.

Unit 3:

Theory:

Statistical Methods:

Classification of data, Frequency tables –

exclusive & inclusive, relative percentage

and cumulative distribution table,

visualization of data, various measures of

central tendency, measure of dispersion,

skewness, their

interpretation and comparative

applications.

Frequency distributions, Data analysis,

Expectations and moments, Corelation

and regression, Trend analysis, Seasonal

effects, Cyclical Fluctuation, Moving

average, MSE, Predictions. Non-

parametric statistics. Computer-based

resampling techniques. Confidence

intervals and statistical significance.

34% 16 Chalk –

Talk,

Learning Resources

1. W. Navidi, Statistics for Engineers and Scientists, McGraw Hill.

2. Miller & Freund’s Probability and Statistics for Engineers – By Richard A

Johnson., PHI.

3. Mood, Graybill and Boes, Introduction to the theory of Statistics, 3rd

Edition, McGraw Hill, 1974.

4. Sharma, Business Statistics, 2nd Edition, Pearson Education, 2007.

5. Orris, Basic Statistics Using Excel and MegaStat, McGraw Hill. 2006.

6. Spiegel, Schllier and Srinivasan, Schaum's Outline of Probability and

Statistics, McGraw – Hill.

7. Hogg, Mckeain and Craig, Introduction to Mathematical Statistics, 7th

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Edition, Pearson Education, 2012.

Evaluation Scheme Total Marks 100

Mid semester Marks 30

End Semester Marks 50

Continuous Evaluation

Marks

Course Outcomes

11. Organize & present quantitative data and think

critically with respect to quantitative information

characterized by the centre, spread, and skewness of data

21. Develop the concept of a sampling distribution

and infer some characteristics of a population by

examining a portion of the population and to make

informed decision in a probabilistic environment

3.1. Express quantitatively the degree and direction of

association between two linearly related variables and fit

a regression model to the data as well as investigating the

explained portion.

Attendance 5 Marks

Quiz 5 Marks

Skill enhancement activities / case

study

5 Marks

Presentation/ miscellaneous activities

5 Marks

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BTCE205 Digital Electronics

L T P C

3 0 2 4

Total Credits:4 Total Hours in semester :45 Total Marks:100

1 Course Pre-requisites: Basics of electronics

2 Course Category: Ability Enhancement Courses / Skill Enhancement Courses/Core Courses /

Professional or Discipline Specific Elective /Generic Elective /Open Elective

3 Course Revision/ Approval Date:

4 Course Objectives :

4.1 To aware students about number system,

4.2 To familiar student with Boolean algebra

4.3 To make student understand regarding combinational circuit

4.4 To elaborate sequential circuits

4.5 To provide knowledge about memory devices.

Course Content Weightage Contact hours Pedagogy

Unit 1:

Theory:

Data and number systems, Binary

representation, Codes and their

conversions: BCD, Octal, Hexadecimal,

ASCII, EBDIC, Gray, Signed binary

number representation with 1’s and 2’s

complement methods.

20% 9 Chalk –

Talk,

Presentatio

n

Unit 2:

Theory:

Binary arithmetic Boolean algebra, Venn

diagram, logic gates and circuits,

Minimization of logic expressions by

algebraic method, Kmap method and

Quine Mc Clauskey method

20% 9 Chalk –

Talk,

Presentatio

n

Unit 3:

Theory:

Combinational circuits- adder, subtractor,

encoder, decoder, comparator,

multiplexer, de-multiplexer, parity

generator, etc Design of combinational

circuits-Programming logic devices and

gate arrays

20% 9 Chalk –

Talk,

Presentatio

n

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Unit 4:

Theory:

Sequential Circuits- Flip Flops, various

types of Registers and counters and their

design, Irregular counter, State table and

state transition diagram, sequential

circuits design methodology

20% 9 Computer

based

learning,

Chalk –

Talk,

Presentatio

n

Unit 5:

Theory:

20% 9 Computer

based

Memory devices- ROM, RAM, EPROM,

EEPROM, etc Different types of A/D and

D/A conversion techniques Different

Logic families- TTL, ECL, MOS and

CMOS, their operation, design and

specifications

learning,

Chalk –

Talk,

Presentatio

n

Learning Resources

1. Text Books: 1. Digital Logic and Computer Design by Morris Mano 2. Fundamental of Digital Circuits by A. Anandkumar

2. Reference Books: 1. Digital Electronics by R. P. Jain

3. Video Reference:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBlnK6fEyqRjMH3mWf6kwqiTbT

98eAOm

4. NPTEL MOOC

https://nptel.ac.in/courses/117106086/

Evaluation Scheme Total Marks: 100

Mid semester Marks 30

End Semester Marks 50

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Continuous Evaluation

Marks

Attendance 5 Marks

Quiz 5 Marks

Skill enhancement activities / case

study

5 Marks

Presentation/ miscellaneous

activities

5 Marks

Course Outcomes

1. Able to understand number system.

2. Apply Boolean algebra for K-maps

3. Analyze combinational circuits

4. Understand working of sequential circuit.

5. Comprehend understanding of memory structure.

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BTEC206

Disaster Management

Total Credits: 2 Total Hours in semester : 30 Total Marks: 50

1 Course Pre-requisites: Zeal to learn the subject

2 Course Category: Skill Enhancement Courses.

3 Course Revision/ Approval Date:

4 Course Objectives :

4.1 To introduce disasters and how it affects humanity.

4.2 To elaborate fundamentals of disaster

4.3 To make students understand a process of managing disaster

4.4 To aware students about how disaster management has been done in India

4.5 To gain knowledge about role of science and technology to handle disaster.

Course Content Weightag

e

Contact

hours

Pedagogy

Unit 1: 20% 9 Chalk –

Theory: Talk,

Presentatio

Introduction to Disasters n

Understanding the Concepts and

Definitions of Disaster, Hazard,

Vulnerability, Risk, Capacity – Disaster

and Development, and Disaster

Management.

L T P C

2 0 0 2

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Unit 2: 20% 9 Chalk –

Theory: Talk,

Presentatio

Fundamental of Disasters n

a) Types, Trends, Causes, Consequences

and Control: Geological Disasters,

Hydro- Meteorological Disasters,

Biological Disasters, Technological

Disasters, and Man-made Disasters.

b) Global Disaster Trends – Emerging

Risks of Disasters – Climate Change

and Urban Disasters.

Unit 3: 20% 9 Chalk –

Theory: Talk,

Presentatio

Disaster Management Cycle and Framework

n

Disaster Management Cycle – Paradigm

Shift in Disaster Management,

Pre-Disaster – Risk Assessment and

Analysis, Risk Mapping, Zonation and

Microzonation, Prevention and Mitigation

of Disasters, Early Warning System;

Preparedness, Capacity Development;

Awareness.

During Disaster – Evacuation – Disaster

Communication – Search and Rescue –

Emergency Operation Centre – Incident

Command System – Relief and

Rehabilitation.

Post-disaster – Damage and Needs

Assessment, Restoration of Critical

Infrastructure – Early Recovery –

Reconstruction and Redevelopment;

IDNDR, Yokohama Strategy, Hyogo

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Framework of Action, Sendai framework.

Unit 4: 20% 9 Computer

Theory: based

learning,

Disaster Management in India Chalk –

Talk,

Disaster Profile of India – Mega Disasters

of India and Lessons Learnt, Disaster

Management Act 2005 – Institutional and

Financial Mechanism, National Policy on

Disaster Management, National Guidelines

and Plans on Disaster Management; Role of

Government (local, state and national),

Non-Government and Inter-Governmental

Agencies.

Presentatio

n

Unit 5:

Theory:

Role of Science and Technology in

Disaster Management

Geo-informatics in Disaster Management (RS,

GIS, GPS and RS), Disaster Communication

System (Early Warning and Its

Dissemination), Land Use Planning and

Development Regulations, Disaster Safe

Designs and Constructions, Structural and

Non-Structural Mitigation of Disasters, S&T

Institutions for Disaster Management in India

. Disaster Case Studies

Various Case Studies on Disaster and

Development, Disaster Prevention and

Control, Risk Analysis and Management

Learning Resources

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1. Text Books:

2. Alexander, D., Natural Disasters, Kluwer Academic

London.

3. Asthana, N.C., Asthana P., Disaster Management,

Aavishkar Publishers.

4. Carter, N., Disaster Management: A Disaster Manager's

Handbook, Asian Development Bank, Manila

Philippines.

5. Collins, A.E., Disaster and Development, Routledge.

6. Coppola, D.P., Introduction to International Disaster

Management, 2nd Edition, Elsevier Science.

7. Goyal, S.L., Encyclopedia of Disaster Management

(Vols. 1-3), Deep & Deep, New Delhi.

8. Gupta, A.K., Nair, S.S., Environmental Knowledge for

Disaster Risk Management, NIDM, New Delhi.

Reference Books:

1. Ibrahimbegovic, A., Zlatar, M., Damage Assessment

and Reconstruction after War or Natural Disaster,

Springer.

2. Menshikov, V.A., Perminov, A.N., Urlichich, Y.M.,

Global Aerospace Monitoring and Disaster

Management.

3. Modh, S., Introduction to Disaster Management,

Macmillian Publishers India.

4. National Institute of Disaster Management (NIDM) and

National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA)

publications.

5. Srivastava, H.N., Gupta, G.D., Management of Natural

Disasters in Developing Countries, Daya Publishers,

Delhi.

3. Journals & Periodicals:

4. Other Electronic Resources:

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Continuous

Evaluation Marks

Evaluation Scheme Total Marks 50

Mid semester

Marks

00

End Semester

Marks

00

Skill enhancement

activities / job

preparations

45 marks

Presentation/

miscellaneous activities

0 marks

Course Outcomes

1. Upon completion of this laboratory course,

students will be able to read and use a

manufacturing drawing as a definition for the

manufacturing of a part.

2. Able to fabricate components with their own

hands.

3. Understand the practical difficulties

encountered in industries during any assembly

work.

4. Will also get practical knowledge of the

dimensional accuracies and dimensional

tolerances possible with different manufacturing

processes.

5. By assembling different components, they will

be able to produce small devices of their interest.

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Semester - III

Semester I B. Tech Computer Science & Engineering

Sr.

No

Course Code

Course Name

Teaching Scheme Exam Scheme

L

T

P

C Hrs/W

k.

Theory Practical Total

Marks MS ES CE LW LE/ Viva

1 BTCS301 Discrete Mathematics 3 1 0 4 4 20 50 30 -- -- 100

2 BTCS302 Object Oriented

Programming with JAVA

3

0

2

4

5

20

50

30

25

25

150

3 BTCS303 Operating System 3 0 2 4 5 20 50 30 25 25 150

4 BTCS304 Computer Organization 3 1 0 4 4 20 50 30 -- -- 100

6 BTCS305 Specialized Track Elective –

I

3

0

2

4

5

20

50

30

25

25

150

Total 15 2 6 20 23 650

MS - Mid Semester, ES - End Semester, CE - Continuous Evaluation, LW - Laboratory Work, LE - Laboratory Exam

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BTCS301

Discrete Mathematics L T P C

3 1 0 4

Total Credits:4 Total Hours in semester :45 Total Marks:100

1 Course Pre-requisites: Basic Mathematics

2 Course Category: Engineering Specific Elective

3 Course Revision/ Approval Date:

4 Course Objectives :

4.1 To help students to gain basics of set theory

4.2 To provide depth knowledge about propositional calculus

4.3 To make students familiar about recursion and recurrence relation.

4.4 To inculcate understanding of algebraic structure

4.5. To aware students about graph and functions

Course Content Weightage Contact

hours

Pedagogy

Unit 1:

Set Theory

Introduction to set theory, Set operations,

Algebra of sets, Duality, Finite and

Infinite sets, Classes of sets, Power Sets,

Multi sets, Cartesian Product,

Representation of relations, Types of

relation, Equivalence relations and

partitions , Partial ordering relations and

lattices, Function and its types,

Composition of function and relations,

Cardinality and inverse relations.

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Unit 2:

Propositional Calculus

Basic operations: AND(^), OR(v),

NOT(~), Truth value of a compound

statement, propositions, tautologies,

contradictions.

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Unit 3:

Recursion and Recurrence Relation

Polynomials and their evaluation,

Sequences, Introduction to AP, GP and

AG series, partial fractions, linear

recurrence relation with constant

coefficients, Homogeneous solutions,

Particular solutions, Total solution of a

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recurrence relation using generating

function

Unit 4:

Algebraic Structures

Definition and examples of a monoid,

Semigroup, Groups and rings,

Homomorphism, Isomorphism and

Automorphism, Subgroups and Normal

subgroups, Cyclic groups, Integral

domain and fields, Cosets, Lagrange’s

theorem

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Unit 5:

Graphs And Trees

Introduction to graphs, Directed and

Undirected graphs, Homomorphic and

Isomorphic graphs, Subgraphs, Cut points

and Bridges, Multigraph and Weighted

graph, Paths and circuits, Shortest path in

weighted graphs, Eurelian path and

circuits, Hamilton paths and circuits,

Planar graphs, Euler’s formula, Trees,

Spanning trees, Binary trees and its

traversals

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Learning Resources

1. Textbooks: 1. “Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications”, by Kenneth H. Rosen,

Tata McGraw Hill, 6th edition, ISBN: 0072880082© 2007

2. “Elements of Discrete Mathematics”, by C. L. Liu, Tata McGraw

Hill Education Private Limited, 3rd edition,2008

2. Reference Books: 1. Jean Paul Trembley, R Manohar, “Discrete Mathematical Structures

with Application to Computer Science”, Tata McGraw Hill, 1997

2. R.P. Grimaldi, “Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics”, Addison

Wesley, 2003

3. B. Kolman, R.C. Busby, and S.C. Ross, “Discrete Mathematical

Structures”, PHI Publications, 2010

4. Johnson Bough R., “Discrete Mathematics”, 5th Edition, PEA, 2001. 5. Ronald Graham, Donald Knuth and Oren Patashik, “Concrete

Mathematics: A Foundation for Computer Science”, Addison-

Wesley, 1989.

6. Judith L. Gersting, “Mathematical Structures for Computer Science”,

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Computer Science Press, 2001.

7. A. Chtewynd and P. Diggle, “Discrete Mathematics”, (Modular

Mathematics series), Edward Arnold, London, 1995.

3 Journals & Periodicals:

4 Other Electronic Resources:

Evaluation Scheme Total Marks 100

Mid semester Marks 30

End Semester Marks 50

Continuous Evaluation

Marks

Attendance 5 marks

Quiz 5 marks

Skill enhancement activities / case study

5 marks

Presentation/ miscellaneous

activities

5 marks

Course Outcomes

1.Understand the concept of sets

2.Analyze use of propositional theory in real time

scenario 3. Apply recurrence relations in other applications,

4. Apply generation of functions in algebraic structures.

5.Comprehend the use of graph theory in other domains

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BTCS302

Object Oriented Programming with

JAVA

L T P C

3 0 2 4

Total Credits:4 Total Hours in semester : 45 Total Marks:100

1 Course Pre-requisites: Basic C Programming

2 Course Category: Engineering Specific Elective

3 Course Revision/ Approval Date:

4 Course Objectives :

4.1 To make students familiar about basics of java programming

4.2 To give brief knowledge about constructor and inbuilt function

4.3 To make students understand about inheritance and different packages

4.4 To inculcate students about layout handing and other GUI based commands.

4.5 To aware students about an advance technologies of java programming.

Course Content Weightage Contact

hours

Pedagogy

Unit 1: Features of Java, Byte Code and

Java Virtual Machine, JDK, Data types,

Operator, Control Statements – If , else,

nested if, if-else ladders, Switch, while,

do-while, for, for-each, break, continue.

Array and String: Single and

Multidimensional Array, String class,

StringBuffer class, Operations on string,

Command line argument, Use of Wrapper

Class.

Practical:

1. Demonstrate various data types with

variable declaration

2. Working of control structures

3. Loop execution with array and string

4. Demonstrate working of overloading

5. Usage of Math class 6. Different array operations

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Unit 2: Class, Object, Object reference,

Constructor, Constructor Overloading,

Method Overloading, Recursion, Passing

and Returning object form Method, new

operator, this and static keyword,

finalize() method, Access control,

modifiers, Nested class, Inner class,

Anonymous inner class, Abstract class. Practical:

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1. Demonstrate working of class and objects

2. Working of different types of

constructor

3. Show importance of modifier with

different classes.

4. Use string class for various string

manipulation.

5. Usage of this keyword

Unit 3: Use of Inheritance, Inheriting

Data members and Methods, constructor

in inheritance, Multilevel Inheritance –

method overriding Handle multilevel

constructors – super keyword,Stop

Inheritance - Final keywords, Creation

and Implementation of an interface,

Interface reference, instanceof operator,

Interface inheritance, Dynamic method

dispatch ,Understanding of Java Object

Class,Comparison between Abstract Class

and interface, Understanding of

System.out.println statement

Package: Use of Package, CLASSPATH,

Import statement, Static import, Access

control

Exception Handling: Exception and Error,

Use of try, catch, throw, throws and

finally, Built in Exception, Custom

exception, Throwable Class.

Practical:

1. Demonstrate simple inheritance

2. Working of overriding

3.Polymorphism execution with dynamic

binding

4. Demonstrate working of overloading

5. Usage of abstract class

6. Working of casting object

7. Show use of interface

8. Use different packages including UTIL

package.

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Unit 4:

Event handling in java, Event types,

Mouse and key events, GUI Basics,

Panels, Frames, Layout Managers: Flow

Layout, Border Layout, Grid Layout, GUI

components like Buttons, Check Boxes,

Radio Buttons, Labels, Text Fields, Text

Areas, Combo Boxes, Lists, Scroll Bars,

Sliders, Windows, Menus, Dialog Box,

Applet and its life cycle, Introduction to

swing.

Multithreaded Programming: Use of

Multithread programming, Thread class

and Runnable interface , Thread priority,

Thread synchronization, Thread

communication, Deadlock

Practical:

1. Demonstrate event types and event

handling

2. Working of mouse and key events

3. Create GUI with all components

4. Demonstrate working of menus

5. Usage of applets

Show working of swing.

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Unit 5: IO Programming: Introduction to

Stream, Byte Stream, Character stream,

Readers and Writers, File Class, File

InputStream, File Output Stream,

InputStreamReader,

OutputStreamWriter, FileReader,

FileWriter, Buffered Reader Collection

Classes : List, AbstractList, ArrayList,

LinkedList, Enumeration, Vector,

Properties, Introuduction to Java.util

package

Practical:

1. Demonstrate try catch finally

2. Working of Input output

3. Demonstrate file handling

Usage of thread

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Learning Resources

1. Textbooks:

1 Introduction to Java Programming (Comprehensive Version), Daniel

Liang, Seventh Edition, Pearson. 2 Programming in Java, Sachin Malhotra & Saurabh Chaudhary, Oxford

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University Press

2. Reference Books: 1 Murach’s Beginning Java 2, Doug Lowe, Joel Murach and Andrea

Steelman, SPD.

2 Core Java Volume-I Fundamentals, Eight Edition, Horstmann & Cornell,

Pearson Education.

3 The Complete Reference, Java 2 (Fourth Edition), Herbert Schild, TMH.

4 Java Programming, D. S. Malik, Cengage Learning. 5. http://nptel.ac.in

3. Journals & Periodicals:

5. Other Electronic Resources:

Evaluation Scheme Total Marks 100

Mid semester Marks 30

End Semester Marks 50

Continuous Evaluation

Marks

Attendance 5 marks

Quiz 5 marks

Skill enhancement activities / case

study

5 marks

Presentation/ miscellaneous

activities

5 marks

Course Outcomes

1. Understand basic java programming

2. Analyze how inbuilt functions are working

3. Comprehend use of inheritance in real time

applications. 4. Able to develop and handle GUI based applications

5. Apply network programming with java based

applications.

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BTCS303

Operating System L T P C

3 0 2 4

Total Credits:4 Total Hours in semester :45 Total Marks:100

1 Course Pre-requisites: Basic Computer Knowledge

2 Course Category: Engineering Specific Elective

3 Course Revision/ Approval Date:

4 Course Objectives :

4.1 To aware student about different operating systems.

4.2 To make student understand about basic functions of memory and process handling.

4.3 To provide brief idea about process synchronization,

4.4 To elaborate understanding of memory management.

4.5 To gain knowledge about inter-process communication,

Course Content Weightage Contact

hours

Pedagogy

Unit 1: Introduction: Basics of Operating

Systems: Definition – Generations of

Operating systems – Types of Operating

Systems, OS Service, System Calls, OS

structure: Layered, Monolithic,

Microkernel Operating Systems Process

Management Processes: Definition ,

Process Relationship , Process states ,

Process State transitions , Process Control

Block ,Context switching – Threads –

Concept of multithreads , Benefits of

threads – Types of threads

Practical:

1. Basic linux commands 2. Working of process scheduling

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Unit 2: Process Scheduling: Definition ,

Scheduling objectives ,Types of

Schedulers ,Scheduling criteria : CPU

utilization, Throughput, Turnaround

Time, Waiting Time, Response Time

(Definition only) , Scheduling algorithms

: Pre emptive and Non , pre emptive ,

FCFS – SJF – RR , Multiprocessor

scheduling : Types , Performance

evaluation of the scheduling.

(Definition only) , Scheduling algorithms : Pre emptive and

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Non , pre emptive , FCFS – SJF – RR ,

Multiprocessor scheduling : Types ,

Performance evaluation of the scheduling.

Practical:

1. Working of scheduling algorithms

2. Working of kernel programming 3. basic shell scripting

Unit 3: Interprocess Communication

Race Conditions, Critical Section, Mutual

Exclusion, Hardware Solution, Strict

Alternation , Peterson’s Solution, The

Producer Consumer Problem,

Semaphores, Event Counters, Monitors,

Message Passing, Classical IPC

Problems: Reader’s & Writer Problem,

Dinning Philosopher Problem etc.,

Scheduling , Scheduling Algorithms.

Deadlocks: Definition, Deadlock

characteristics, Deadlock Prevention ,

Deadlock Avoidance :banker’s algorithm,

Deadlock detection and Recovery.

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Practical:

1. Demonstrate process synchronization 2. Working of PCB

Unit 4: Memory Management Basic

Memory Management: Definition ,

Logical and Physical address map ,

Memory allocation : Contiguous Memory

allocation – Fixed and variable partition –

Internal and External fragmentation and

Compaction , Paging : Principle of

operation – Page allocation – Hardware

support for paging –

,Protection and sharing – Disadvantages

of paging.

Practical:

1. Demonstrate paging

2. Working of page replacement

algorithms

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Unit 5: Virtual Memory: Basics of

Virtual Memory – Hardware and control

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structures – Locality of reference, Page fault , Working Set , Dirty page/Dirty bit

– Demand paging ( Concepts only) –

Page Replacement policies : Optimal

(OPT) , First in First Out (FIFO), Second

Chance (SC), Not recently used (NRU)

and Least Recently used (LRU)

Unix/Linux Operating System

Development Of Unix/Linux, Role &

Function Of Kernel, System Calls,

Elementary Linux command & Shell

Programming, Directory Structure,

System Administration Case study:

Linux, Windows Operating System

Practical:

1. Demonstrate paging algorithms

2. Working of Page replacement

algorithms.

Talk, Presentation

Learning Resources

1. Textbooks: 1. Operating Systems Concepts – Silberschatz, Galvin, Wiley Publications

(2008)

2. Modern Operating Systems - Andrew S. Tenenbaum, Pearson Education

Asia / PHI (2005)

3. UNIX System Programming Using C++,by Terrence Chan: Prentice Hall

India, 1999.

4. Advanced Programming in UNIX Environment, by W. Richard Stevens:

2nd Ed, Pearson Education, 2005.

2. Reference Books: 1.Operating Systems – William Stallings, Pearson Education Asia (2002)

3. Journals & Periodicals:

5. Other Electronic Resources:

Evaluation Scheme Total Marks 100

Mid semester Marks 30

End Semester Marks 50

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Continuous Evaluation

Marks

Attendance 5 marks

Quiz 5 marks

Skill enhancement activities / case

study

5 marks

Presentation/ miscellaneous

activities 5 marks

Course Outcomes

1. Understand basic technical difference between

different operating systems. 2. Analyze how command line argument works.

3. Able to handle different processes at the same time.

4. Apply memory management in real time applications.

5. Comprehend scheduling of different processes based

on priority.

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BTCS304

Computer Organization L T P C

3 1 0 4

Total Credits:4 Total Hours in semester : 45 Total Marks:100

1 Course Pre-requisites: Basic Computer Knowledge

2 Course Category: Engineering Specific Elective

3 Course Revision/ Approval Date:

4 Course Objectives :

4.1 To understand basic organization of computer.

4.2 To gain knowledge about machine instructions.

4.3 To aware student about representation of an information.

4.4 To give brief idea about different memory technologies.

4.5 To familiar students about input output processes.

Course Content Weightage Contact

hours

Pedagogy

Unit 1: Basic organization of computers,

Block level description of the functional

units as related to the execution of a

program; Fetch, decode and execute cycle

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Unit 2: Machine instructions, Instruction

set architectures, Assembly language

programming, addressing modes,

instruction cycles, registers and storage,

addressing modes; discussions about

RISC versus CISC architectures; Inside a CPU

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Unit 3: Information representation,

Floating point representation (IEEE 754),

computer arithmetic and their

implementation; Fixed-Point Arithmetic:

Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and

Division, Arithmetic Logic Units control

and data path, data path components,

design of ALU and data path, controller

design; Hardwired and Micro programmed Control

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Unit 4: Memory Technology, static and dynamic memory, Random Access and

Serial Access Memories, Cache memory and Memory Hierarchy, Address

Mapping, Cache updation schemes, Virtual memory and memory

management unit.

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Unit 5: I/O subsystems: Input-Output

devices such as Disk, CD-ROM, Printer

etc.; Interfacing with IO devices,

keyboard and display interfaces; Basic

concepts Bus Control, Read Write

operations, Programmed IO, Concept of

handshaking, Polled and Interrupt-driven

I/O, DMA data transfer; Pipeline

Processing, Instruction and Arithmetic

Pipeline, Pipeline hazards and their

resolution, Parallel Processing

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Learning Resources

1. Textbooks:

1. Computer Organization by V. Carl Hamacher, Safwat G. Zaky and

Zvonko G. Vranesic , McGraw-Hill series (2002)

2. Reference Books:

1. Computer Organization and Design, by David Patterson and John

Hennessey, ” Elsevier. 2008.

2. Computer System Architecture by Mano, M.M.,, Prentice Hall of India,

New Delhi, 1992

3. Computer Systems Design and Architecture (2nd Edition) by Vincent P.

Heuring and Harry F. Jordan (Dec 6, 2003)

4. Computer Architecture and Organization, by Hayes, J.P.1998,McGraw-

Hill

3. Journals & Periodicals:

5. Other Electronic Resources:

Evaluation Scheme Total Marks100

Mid semester Marks 30

End Semester Marks 50

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Continuous Evaluation

Marks

Attendance 5 marks

Quiz 5 marks

Skill enhancement activities / case

study

5 marks

Presentation/ miscellaneous

activities 5 marks

Course Outcomes

1. Understand how fetch-decode and execute cycle

works. 2. Analyze inside mechanism of computer

3. Apply different information representation in

intermediate code generation, 4. Able to manage memory for different purposes.

5. Comprehend input output organization of computer

with different storage devices,

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BTCS305

Python Programming L T P C

3 0 2 4

Total Credits:4 Total Hours in semester :45 Total Marks:100

1 Course Pre-requisites: Introduction to Programming

2 Course Category: Engineering Specific Elective

3 Course Revision/ Approval Date:

4 Course Objectives :

4.1 To understand the nature of programming as human activity and learn and experience

main components of programming process

4.2 To inculcate students about main control structures of procedural programming

languages 4.3 To provide depth knowledge about List, Tuple & Dictionaries

4.4 To aware students about python utility and basic function

4.5 To make student familiar about function and its use in recent technologies of IOT

Course Content Weightage Contact

hours

Pedagogy

Unit 1: Installation and Working with

Python, Essentials of a Python program,

Program Structure of Python, Basic

Syntax, Variables and Identifiers, Built- In

Data Types. Variable definition, Operators

And Expressions, Constants And Literals,

Basic Input/output Statement.

Practical:

1. Demonstrate installation of python

2. Working of variables and identifiers

with simple programs

3. Create different variables to show

different types of data, operators and

expressions.

4. Demonstrate working of constants.

5. Usage of input output statements.

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Unit 2: Decision Making - Conditions,

Relational Operators, Logical

Connectives, If-Else , Nested If-Else

Statement, Replacement of switch case

Loops: While loop, Do-while, For loop,

Nested loops , Break, Continue and pass Statements. Arrays – One dimensional

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and multidimensional array, Array

processing. String Manipulation -

accessing Strings, Basic Operations,

String slices and Function and Methods

Practical:

1. Demonstrate practical’s based on

conditional statements.

2. Working of decision statements

3. Show replacement of switch

statements

4. Demonstrate working of different

loops

5. Usage of break , continue and pass

6. Show working of array.

7. Show different string manipulations.

Unit 3: Lists: Introduction, accessing list,

Operations, Working with lists, Function

and Methods. Tuple: Introduction,

accessing tuples, Operations, Working,

Functions and Methods. Dictionaries:

Introduction, Accessing values in

dictionaries, Working with dictionaries,

Properties, Functions

Practical:

1. Demonstrate List and accessing of list

2. Working of tuples 3. Show working of dictionaries.

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Unit 4: Dates and Time: Basic date and

time classes, Different time formats,

Converting between formats, Formatting

dates and times, Parsing date/time

information, Binary Data: What is Binary

Data? , Binary vs. text, Using the Struct

module. Defining a function, Python

Built-in Functions , Calling a function,

Types of functions, Function Arguments,

Default Argument, Anonymous functions,

Global and local variables, Custom

Functions vs. Standard

Functions, Refactoring, Making

Functions Reusable, Functions as Data.

Practical:

1. Demonstrate date and time functions

2. Working of conversion of different

date format manipulations. Create functions and its types

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Unit 5:

An Introduction to libraries used for AI

and ML: numpy, matplotlib, pandas,

opencv, tinker, tensorflow, keras,

tensorflow, Theano, Sci-kit learn,

PyTorch

An Introduction to libraries used for IOT:

numpy, matplotlib, pandas, opencv,

tinker, tensorflow, mraa, sockets,

mysqldb, requests, paho-mqtt,

Practical:

1. Demonstrate working of

above libraries for realtime IOT

applications

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Learning Resources

1. Textbooks:

1. John V Guttag. “Introduction to Computation and Programming Using

Python”, Prentice Hall of India 2. R. Nageswara Rao, “Core Python Programming”, dreamtech

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2. Reference Books: 1. Wesley J. Chun. “Core Python Programming - Second Edition”,

Prentice Hall

2. Kenneth A. Lambert, “Fundamentals of Python – First Programs”,

CENGAGE Publication

3. Luke Sneeringer, “Professional Python”, Wrox 4. http://nptel.ac.in

3. Journals & Periodicals:

5. Other Electronic Resources:

Evaluation Scheme Total Marks 100

Course Outcomes

1. Able to understand basics of python programming

2. Understand the concepts of loops and control structures for

different purposes. 3. Comprehend about working of list and dictionaries.

4. Design python application with the use of date-time and

other functions. 5.Apply in development of real time applications of IOT

Mid semester Marks 30

End Semester Marks 50

Continuous Evaluation

Marks

Attendance 5 marks

Quiz 5 marks

Skill enhancement activities / case

study

5 marks

Presentation/ miscellaneous

activities 5 marks

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Semester - IV

Semester I B. Tech Computer Science & Engineering

Sr.

No

Course Code

Course Name

Teaching Scheme Exam Scheme

L

T

P

C Hrs/W

k.

Theory Practical Total

Marks MS ES CE LW LE/ Viva

1 BTCS401 Mathematics for

Specialization

3

1

0

4

4

20

50

30

--

--

100

2 BTCS402 Computer Networks 3 0 2 4 5 20 50 30 25 25 150

3 BTCS403 Microprocessor &

Interfacing

3

0

2

4

5

20

50

30

25

25

150

5 BTCS404 Database Management

Systems 3 0 2 4 5 20 50 30 25 25 150

6 BTCS405

&

BTCS406

Specialized Track Elective –

II

3

0

2

4

5

20

50

30

25

25

150

Total 15 1 8 20 24 700

MS - Mid Semester, ES - End Semester, CE - Continuous Evaluation, LW - Laboratory Work, LE - Laboratory Exam

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BTCS401

Mathematics for Specialization L T P C

3 1 0 4

Total Credits:4 Total Hours in semester :45 Total Marks:100

1 Course Pre-requisites: Basic Mathematics

2 Course Category: Engineering Specific Elective

3 Course Revision/ Approval Date:

4 Course Objectives :

4.1 To aware students about algebraic and linear equations

4.2 To give brief idea about interpolation

4.3 To comprehend working of numerical calculus

4.4 To provide information regarding curve fitting

4.5 To elaborate linear programming

Course Content Weightage Contact

hours

Pedagogy

Unit 1:

Solution Algebraic and Transcendental

Equations: Bisection, False position,

Newton Raphson Method, Secant

Method. Solution using Matlab.

Solution of system of Linear Equations:

Gauss Elimination method, LU

decomposition method, Gauss Seidel

method. Solution using MATLAB. Eigen

values and Eignvectors using MATLAB.

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Unit 2:

Interpolation: Newton’s forward and

backward interpolation, Newton’s divided

difference interpolating polynomials,

Lagrange Interpolating polynomials.

Solution using MATLAB.

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Unit 3:

Numerical Differentiation: First and

second order differentiation Equations of

Equally Spaced Data.

Solution using MATLAB.

Numerical Integration: Trapezoidal

rule, Simpson’s one third and 3/8th rule.

Solution using MATLAB

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Numerical methods for Solution of

ordinary differential equation: Taylor’s

Series method, Euler’s method, Runge

Kutta forth ordered method, Milne’s

Predictor Corrector Method. Finite element

method to solve second order ODE.

Solution using MATLAB

Unit 4:

Curve Fittings: General Linear Least

Squares-forcasting method, Fitting of

quadratic and exponential curves.

Solution using MATLAB

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Unit 5:

Linear Programming

Formulation of LPP, Solving LPP using

graphical method, areas of applications.

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Fourier series: Periodic functions,

Fourier series, Euler’s formulae, Fourier

series of even and odd functions, Fourier

series of periodic functions with arbitrary

periods. Introduction to Harmonic

analysis, Applications to computer

science, Application in field of Periodic

Signals

Learning Resources

1. Textbooks:

1. Kevin Night and Elaine Rich, Nair B., “Artificial Intelligence (SIE)”, Mc-

Graw Hill- 2008. 2. Dan W. Patterson, “Introduction to AI and ES”, Pearson Education, 2007.

2. Reference Books:

1. Peter Jackson, “Introduction to Expert Systems”, 3rd Edition, Pearson

Education, 2007.

2. Stuart Russel and Peter Norvig “AI – A Modern Approach”, 2nd Edition,

Pearson Education 2007.

3. Deepak Khemani “Artificial Intelligence”, Tata Mc Graw Hill Education

2013. 4. http://nptel.ac.in

3. Journals & Periodicals:

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Evaluation Scheme Total Marks 100

Mid semester Marks 30

End Semester Marks 50

Continuous Evaluation

Marks

Attendance 5 marks

Quiz 5 marks

Skill enhancement activities / case study

5 marks

Presentation/ miscellaneous activities

5 marks

Course Outcomes

1. Organize & present quantitative data and think critically with

respect to quantitative information characterized by the centre,

spread, and skewness of data.

2. Develop the concept of a sampling distribution and infer

some characteristics of a population by examining a portion of

the population and to make informed decision in a probabilistic environment

3. Express quantitatively the degree and direction of association

between two linearly related variables and fit a regression model

to the data as well as investigating the explained portion

4. Understand optimization problems particularly constrained

linear models 5. Apply knowledge of linear programming in real scenarios

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BTCS402

Computer Networks L T P C

3 0 2 4

Total Credits:4 Total Hours in semester :45 Total Marks: 100

1 Course Pre-requisites: Basic Computer Knowledge

2 Course Category: Engineering Specific Elective

3 Course Revision/ Approval Date:

4 Course Objectives :

4.1 To give brief knowledge of computer network components.

4.2 To aware students about protocols at different layers.

4.3 To inculcate students about network layer functionalities.

4.4 To make student understand regarding transportation among the different components.

4.5 To familiar students about security aspects of network architecture.

Course Content Weightage Contact

hours

Pedagogy

Unit 1: Introduction -Hardware and

software, Data communication,

Networking, Protocols and Protocol

architecture, standards. Data

transmission concepts. Analog and digital

transmission. Transmission impairments.

Layered Architecture of Computer

Networks, OSI and TCP/IP architectures

Physical Layer- Guided transmission

media and wireless transmission, Data

encoding - Digital and analog data and

signals, spread spectrum. Data

communication interface - asynchronous

and synchronous transmission, line

configuration and interfacing. Data link

control - Flow control. Error detection and

error control. HDLC and other data link

protocols. Multiplexing – Frequency-

division, synchronous time-division, and

statistical time-division multiplexing

20% 9 Chalk – Talk,

Presentation

Practical:

1. Study of different types of Network

cables and Practically implement the

cross-wired cable and straight through

cable using clamping tool. 2. Install and Configure Wired and

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Wireless NIC and transfer files between systems in LAN and Wireless LAN

Unit 2: Link Layer :Medium Access

Control: CDMA, ALOHA, and Ethernet;

Link Layer Addressing and Forwarding;

Spanning Trees; The Channel Allocation

Problem, Multiple Access Protocols,

Ethernet, Wireless LANs, Broadband

Wireless, Bluetooth, Data Link Layer

Switching, Switched networks. Circuit-

switched networks. Switching concepts.

Routing in circuit-switched networks.

Control signaling. Packet switching

principles. Routing and congestion

control, x.25 protocol standard. LAN

Technology - LAN architecture. Bus/tree,

ring, star, and wireless LANs. LAN

Systems - Ethernet and Fast Ethernet

(CSMA/CD) Token ring and FDDI, ATM

LANs, Fiber channel, wireless LANs.

Bridges - Bridge operation and routing

with bridges.

Practical:

1. Install and configure Network

Devices: HUB, Switch and Routers.

2. Connect the computers in Local Area

Network

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Unit 3: Network Layer:Network layer

design issues. Routing algorithms ,

Flooding, Shortest path routing, Link Sate

routing, Hierarchical routing, Broadcast

and multicast routings, Routing in the

Internet, Path Vector routing, OSPF

routing. The network layer in the Internet:

IP protocol,ARP and RARP, BOOTP,

ICMP, DHCP,

Network Address Translation(NAT)

Internetworking

Practical:

1. Configure Host IP, Subnet Mask and Default Gateway in a System in LAN

(TCP/IP Configuration). 2. Establish Peer to Peer network connection using two systems using Switch and Router in a LAN.

20% 9 Chalk – Talk,

Presentation

Unit 4: Transport Layer:TCP

introduction, Reliable/Un- Reliable

Transport ,TCP , UDP, Congestion

Control,Intra-Domain Routing: Distance-

Vector, Intra-Domain Routing: LinkState,

Wireless Networks: 802.11 MAC,

Efficiency considerations Module6:

Application Layer: DNS-The Domain

Name System,Electronic Mail, HTTP,

FTP, Simple network management

protocol (SNMP)

Practical:

1. Configure Internet connection and use

IPCONFIG, PING / Tracer and Net stat

utilities to debug the network issues

2. Transfer files between systems in

LAN using FTP Configuration, install

Print server in a LAN and share the printer

in a network.

20% 9 Computer based

learning, Chalk –

Talk,

Presentation

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Unit 5: Web and Multimedia: The World

Wide Web – client and server side of

www, HTML and webpages, JAVA

language, Locating on the web.

Multimedia- Audio & Video, Data

compression, Video on demand, Multicast

backbone. Security:

Introduction, Cryptography and

Cryptanalysis, Public Key Cryptography

Algorithms, RSA Algorithm, DES,

Authentication and Authorization.

Practical:

1. Study of basic network command and

Network configuration commands

2. Configure a Network topology using

packet tracer software

3. Demonstrate working of different

cryptography techniques.

20% 9 Computer based

learning, Chalk –

Talk,

Presentation

Learning Resources

1. Textbooks: 1. Computer Networks, by Andrew S Tanenbaum, PHI. (2010) 2. Data and Computer Communications , by Walliam Stallings, PHI. (2002)

2. Reference Books: 1. Data Communications, Computer networking on OSI , by Fred Halsall,

Addison Wesley Publishing Co.1998

2. Computer Networking -A Top-Down Approach Featuring the Internet ,

James F. Kurose and Keith W. Ross Addison Wesley Publishing Co. 2004

3.Computer Networks: Protocols standards and interfaces , by Uyless Black,

Prentice Hall.2002

4. Data communication & Networks , by Behrou A. Forouzan, Tata McGraw

Hill. 2002

3. Journals & Periodicals:

5. Other Electronic Resources:

Evaluation Scheme Total Marks 100

Mid semester Marks 30

End Semester Marks 50

Attendance 5 marks

Quiz 5 marks

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Continuous Evaluation

Marks

Skill enhancement activities / case study

5 marks

Presentation/ miscellaneous activities

5 marks

Course Outcomes

1. Able to analyze any networks configuration.

2. Understand TCP/IP protocol for different layers.

3. Visualize network traffic and their communication.

4. Comprehend the working of transport layer

5. Apply security encryption aspects in different technologies.

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BTCS403

Microprocessor & Interfacing L T P C

3 0 2 4

Total Credits:4 Total Hours in semester :45 Total Marks:100

1 Course Pre-requisites: Logic gates and basic computer hardware knowledge

2 Course Category: Engineering Specific Elective

3 Course Revision/ Approval Date:

4 Course Objectives :

4.1 To make student understand about basic components of micro-processor.

4.2 To aware students about 8085 architecture

4.3 To familiar students about assembly language.

4.4 To give brief knowledge about an architecture of 8086

4.5 To inculcate students for ARM Processor.

Course Content Weightage Contact

hours

Pedagogy

Unit 1: Introduction to Microprocessor,

Components of a Microprocessor:

Registers, ALU and control & timing,

System bus (data, address and control

bus), Microprocessor systems with bus

organization. Microprocessor

Architecture and Operations, Memory,

I/O devices, Memory and I/O operations

20% 9 Chalk – Talk,

Presentation

Practical:

1. Introduction to MASM

2. Arithmetic operations on 16-Bit

Unsigned numbers

3. Unsigned Division

Unit 2: 8085 Microprocessor

Architecture, Address, Data And Control

Buses, 8085 Pin Functions, De-

multiplexing of Buses, Generation Of

Control Signals, Instruction Cycle,

Machine Cycles, T-States, Memory

Interfacing. Assembly Language

Programming Basics, Classification of Instructions, Addressing Modes, 8085

20% 9 Chalk – Talk, Presentation

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Course Content Weightage Contact

hours

Pedagogy

Instruction Set, Instruction And Data

Formats, Writing, Assembling &

Executing A Program, Debugging The

Programs

Practical:

1. Sorting of An Array Of Numbers

2.Finding the median from list of

numbers 3. Finding the length of a given string

Unit 3: Writing 8085 assembly language

programs with decision, making and

looping using data transfer, arithmetic,

logical and branch instructions. Stack &

Subroutines, Developing Counters and

Time Delay Routines, Code Conversion,

BCD Arithmetic and 16-Bit Data

operations. Interfacing Concepts, Ports,

Interfacing Of I/O Devices, Interrupts In

8085, Programmable Interrupt Controller

8259A, Programmable Peripheral

Interface 8255A

Practical:

1. Reversing of given String

2. Verifying the Password

3. Insertion and Deletion of a String 4. BCD Arithmatic

20% 9 Chalk – Talk,

Presentation

Unit 4: 8086 logical block diagram and

segments, 80286: Architecture, Registers

8 20% (Real/Protected mode), Privilege

levels, descriptor cache, Memory access

in GDT and LDT, multitasking,

addressing modes, flag register 80386:

Architecture, Register organization,

Memory access in protected mode, Paging

80486 : Only the technical features

Pentium : Architecture and its versions Practical:

20% 9 Computer based

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hours

Pedagogy

1. Displaying the Character on Led

Display

2. Displaying the Number on 7-Segment

Display 3. Serial Communication

Unit 5: SUN SPARC Microprocessor:

Architecture, Register file, data types and

instruction format. ARM Processor:

Architecture features, Logical block

diagram of ARM7 architecture

20% 9 Computer based

learning, Chalk –

Talk,

Presentation

Practical:

1. Rotating of Stepper Motor

2.Signed Multiplication and Division

Learning Resources

1. Textbooks:

1. Microprocessor Architecture, Programming, and Applications with the

8085, Ramesh S. Gaonkar Pub: Penram International.

2. Microprocessors and Interfacing, N. Senthil Kumar, M. Saravanan, S.

Jeevanathan, S. K. Shah, Oxford 3. Advanced Microprocessors, Daniel Tabak, McGrawHill

2. Reference Books:

1. Microprocessor & Interfacing - Douglas Hall, TMH

2. 8086 Programming and Advance Processor Architecture, Savaliya M. T.,

WileyIndia

3. The 8088 and 8086 Microprocessors, Triebel & Singh, Pearson Education 4. http://nptel.ac.in

3. Journals & Periodicals:

5. Other Electronic Resources:

Evaluation Scheme Total Marks 100

Mid semester Marks 30

End Semester Marks 50

Continuous Evaluation

Marks

Attendance 5 marks

Quiz 5 marks

Skill enhancement activities / case

study

5 marks

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Presentation/ miscellaneous

activities 5 marks

Course Outcomes

1.Understand working of each components in microprocessor

2. Comprehend architecture of 8085 with its instruction and

addressing formats.

3. Able to write assemble code and understand the working of 8255A

4. Analyze various components of 8086 components and how

it is different from 8085

5. Apply the knowledge regarding ARM processor in real time

applications.

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BTCS404

Database Management System L T P C

3 0 2 4

Total Credits:4 Total Hours in semester :45 Total Marks:100

1 Course Pre-requisites: Basic Computer knowledge

2 Course Category: Engineering Specific Elective

3 Course Revision/ Approval Date:

4 Course Objectives :

4.1 To gain knowledge about basic concepts of DBMS.

4.2 To aware students about structure of DBMS.

4.3 To give brief idea about transaction processing

4.4 To understand different rules to design database.

4.5 To inculcate understanding of distributed database,

Course Content Weightage Contact hours

Pedagogy

Unit 1: Basic Concepts - Purpose of

database systems-Components of DBMS

– DBMS Architecture and Data

Independence- Data modeling - Entity

Relationship Model, Relational – Network-

Hierarchical and object oriented models-

Data Modeling using the Entity

Relationship Model.

Practical:

1. Demonstrate various SQL based

software’s

2. Working of ER model.

20% 9 Chalk – Talk,

Presentation

Unit 2: Structure of relational databases – relational databases – relational algebra-

tuple relational calculus. Data definition

with SQL, insert, delete and update

statements in SQL –views – data

manipulation with SQL

Practical:

1. Demonstrate creation of database and

table

2. Working of insert, update, delete

queries. 3. Create view for SQL table.

20% 9 Chalk – Talk,

Presentation

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4. Show working of different view manipulation.

Unit 3: Introduction to Transaction

Processing- Transaction and System

Concepts Desirable properties of

Transactions- Schedules and

Recoverability- Serializability of

Schedules-Query processing and

Optimization-Concurrency Control- -

assertions – triggers.

Practical:

1. Demonstrate working of Oracle 2. Working of PL/SQL

20% 9 Chalk – Talk,

Presentation

Unit 4: Database Design– Design

guidelines– Relational database design –

Integrity Constraints – Domain

Constraints- Referential integrity –

Functional Dependency Normalization

using Functional Dependencies, Normal

forms based on primary keys- general

definitions of Second and Third Normal

Forms. Boyce Codd Normal Form–

Multivalued Dependencies and Forth

Normal Form – Join Dependencies and

Fifth Normal Form – Pitfalls in Relational

Database Design.

20% 9 Computer based

learning, Chalk –

Talk, Presentation

Practical:

1. Demonstrate advance database

concepts

2. Working of different join operations

3. Creation of primary key and foreign

key

4. Demonstrate working of relational

database in real time applications

Unit 5: Distributed databases: Distributed

Database Concepts- Data Fragmentation,

Replication and Allocation Techniques-

Different Types- Query Processing –

semijoin - Concurrency Control and

Recovery.

20% 9 Computer based

learning, Chalk –

Talk, Presentation

Practical:

1. Demonstrate distributed databases 2. Working of semijion

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Learning Resources

1. Textbooks: 1. Fundamentals of Database System Elmasri and Navathe (4rd Edition),

Pearson Education Asia (2008)

2. Database System Concepts - Henry F Korth, Abraham Silbershatz, Mc

Graw Hill 2nd edition. (2005)

2. Reference Books: 1. An Introduction to Database Systems - C.J.Date (7th Edition) Pearson

Education Asia (2006)

2. An Introduction to Database Systems – Bibin C. Desai ,Galgotia

Publications , (2000)

3. Journals & Periodicals:

5. Other Electronic Resources:

Evaluation Scheme Total Marks 100

Mid semester Marks 30

End Semester Marks 50

Continuous Evaluation

Marks

Attendance 5 marks

Quiz 5 marks

Skill enhancement activities / case study

5 marks

Presentation/ miscellaneous

activities

5 marks

Course Outcomes

1.Understand importance of DBMS

2. Able to manipulate structure of DBMS

3. Apply PL/SQL in real time applications,

4. Design database with all necessary constrains

5. Analyze concurrency and redundancy in distributed database.

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BTCS405

Fundamentals of AI & Machine

Learning

L T P C

3 0 2 4

Total Credits:4 Total Hours in semester :45 Total Marks:100

1 Course Pre-requisites: Basic Programming

2 Course Category: Engineering Specific Elective

3 Course Revision/ Approval Date:

4 Course Objectives :

4.1 To understand the basic concepts of AI

4.2 To aware students about Machine learning basics

4.3 To familiar students about linear regression

4.4 To introduce logistic regression

4.5 To inculcate students regarding real time applications of AI and Machine learning.

Course Content Weightage Contact

hours

Pedagogy

Unit 1: Defining Artificial Intelligence,

Defining AI techniques, Defining

problems as State Space search,

Production systems and characteristics,

Hill Climbing, Breadth first and depth first

search, Best first search

20% 9 Chalk – Talk,

Presentation

Practical:

1. Implementation of search

methodology

2. Different Puzzle solving

methodologies

Unit 2: Idea of Machines learning from

data, Classification of problem –

Regression and Classification, Supervised

and Unsupervised learning

20% 9 Chalk – Talk,

Presentation

Practical:

1. Machine learning libraries used for

classification

2. Libraries used for supervised

unsupervised methodologies

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Unit 3: Model representation for single

variable, Single variable Cost Function,

Gradient Decent for Linear Regression,

Multivariable model representation,

Multivariable cost function, Gradient

Decent in practice, Normal Equation and

non-invertibility

Practical:

1. Implementation of linear regression

Working of multivariable model

implementation

20% 9 Chalk – Talk,

Presentation

Unit 4: Classification, Hypothesis

Representation, Decision Boundary, Cost

function, Advanced Optimization, Multi-

classification (One vs All), Problem of

Overfitting, Regularization

Practical:

1. Demonstration of classification

problems 2. Working of optimization techniques.

20% 9 Computer based

learning, Chalk –

Talk,

Presentation

Unit 5: Language Models, Text

Classification, Information Retrieval,

Information Extraction, Phrase Structure

Grammars, Syntactic Analysis (Parsing),

Augmented Grammars and Semantic

Interpretation, Machine Translation,

Speech Recognition, Image Formation

and object recognition, Early Image-

Processing Operations, Object

Recognition by Appearance,

Practical:

1. Implementation of real

time applications

20% 9 Computer based

learning, Chalk –

Talk,

Presentation

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Learning Resources

1. Textbooks:

1. Stuart Russell and Peter Norvig (1995), Artificial Intelligence: A Modern

Approach", Third edition, Pearson, 2003. 2. Shai shalev-shwartz, Shai Ben-David: Understanding Machine Learning from Theory to algorithms, Cambridge University Press, ISBN-978-1-107- 51282-5, 2014.

2 Reference Books: 1. Artificial Intelligence by Elaine Rich, Kevin Knight and Nair, TMH 2. http://nptel.ac.in

3 Journals & Periodicals:

4 Other Electronic Resources:

Evaluation Scheme Total Marks 100

Mid semester Marks 30

End Semester Marks 50

Continuous Evaluation

Marks

Attendance 5 marks

Quiz 5 marks

Skill enhancement activities / case

study

5 marks

Presentation/ miscellaneous

activities

5 marks

Course Outcomes

1. Able to understand basic concepts for AI

2. Analyze use of machine learning in real-time applications

3.Comprehend the working of linear regression

4. Able to understand logistic regression.

5. Design real time application with AI and Machine

Learning..

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BTCS406

Fundamentals of IoT

L T P C

3 0 2 4

Total Credits:4 Total Hours in semester :45 Total Marks:100

1 Course Pre-requisites: Basic Computer Knowledge, Digital Electronics

2 Course Category:

Engineering Specific Elective

3 Course Revision/ Approval Date:

4 Course Objectives :

4.1 To aware student about basics of IOT

4.2 To make student understand about basic hardware components and its configurations

4.3 To provide brief idea about protocols used for IOT device communication.

4.4 To elaborate understanding of remote data monitoring

4.5 To gain knowledge about real-time applications of IOT and its executions

Course Content Weightage Contact

hours

Pedagogy

Unit 1:

Architectural Overview, Design

principles and needed capabilities, IoT

Applications, Sensing, Actuation, Basics

of Networking, M2M and IoT Technology

Fundamentals- Devices and gateways,

Data management, Business

processes in IoT, Everything as a

Service(XaaS), Role of Cloud in IoT,

Security aspects in IoT

20% 9 Chalk – Talk,

Presentation

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Practical’s:

1. Familiarization with

Arduino/Raspberry Pi and perform

necessary software installation.

2. To interface LED/Buzzer with

Arduino/Raspberry Pi and write a

program to turn ON LED

for 1 sec after every 2 seconds.

3. To interface Push button/Digital

sensor (IR/LDR) with

Arduino/Raspberry Pi and write a

program to turn ON LED when push

button is pressed or at sensor detection

Unit 2:

Hardware Components- Computing

(Arduino, Raspberry Pi),

Communication, Sensing, Actuation, I/O

interfaces Software Components-

Programming API’s (using

Python/Node.js/Arduino) for

Communication

Practical’s:

1. To interface DHT11 sensor with

Arduino/Raspberry Pi and write a

program to print temperature and

humidity readings.

2. To interface motor using relay with

Arduino/Raspberry Pi and write a

program to turn ON motor when push

button is pressed.

3. To interface OLED with

20% 9 Chalk – Talk,

Presentation

Course Content Weightage Contact

hours

Pedagogy

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Arduino/Raspberry Pi and write a

program to print temperature and

humidity readings on it. thingspeak cloud.

Unit 3:

Protocols-MQTT, ZigBee, Bluetooth,

CoAP, UDP, TCP, Solution framework

for IoT applications- Implementation of

Device integration, Data acquisition and

integration,

Practical’s:

1. To interface Bluetooth with

Arduino/Raspberry Pi and write a

program to send sensor data to smartphone

using Bluetooth.

2. To interface Bluetooth with

Arduino/Raspberry Pi and write a

program to turn LED ON/OFF when

‘1’/’0’ is received from smartphone using

Bluetooth.

3. Write a program on

Arduino/Raspberry Pi to upload

temperature and humidity data to

20% 9 Chalk – Talk,

Presentation

Unit 4:

Device data storage- Unstructured data

storage on cloud/local server,

Authentication, authorization of devices

Practical’s:

1. Write a program on Arduino/Raspberry

Pi to retrieve temperature and humidity

data from

thingspeak cloud.

2. To install MySQL database on

Raspberry Pi and perform basic SQL

20% 9 Computer based

learning, Chalk –

Talk,

Presentation

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queries.

Write a program on Arduino/Raspberry Pi

to publish temperature data to MQTT

broker.

Unit 5:

IoT case studies and mini projects based

on Industrial automation, Transportation,

Agriculture, Healthcare, Home

Automation–

Practical’s:

1. Write a program on

Arduino/Raspberry Pi to subscribe to

MQTT broker for temperature data and

print it.

2. Write a program to create TCP server

on Arduino/Raspberry Pi and respond

with humidity data to TCP client when

requested.

Write a program to create UDP server on

Arduino/Raspberry Pi and respond with

humidity data to UDP client when

requested.

20% 9 Computer based

learning, Chalk –

Talk,

Presentation

Learning Resources

1. Textbooks:

1.Vijay Madisetti, Arshdeep Bahga, Ïnternet of Things, “A Hands on

Approach”, University Press

2. Dr. SRN Reddy, Rachit Thukral and Manasi Mishra, “Introduction to

Internet of Things: A

practical Approach”, ETI Labs

3. Pethuru Raj and Anupama C. Raman, “The Internet of Things: Enabling

Technologies,

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Platforms, and Use Cases”, CRC Press

Jeeva Jose, “Internet of Things”, Khanna Publishing House, Delhi

2 Reference Books:

1. Adrian McEwen, “Designing the Internet of Things”, Wiley

2. Raj Kamal, “Internet of Things: Architecture and Design”, McGraw Hill

3. Cuno Pfister, “Getting Started with the Internet of Things”, O Reilly

Media

3 Journals & Periodicals:

4 Other Electronic Resources:

Evaluation Scheme Total Marks

Mid semester Marks 30

End Semester Marks 50

Continuous Evaluation

Marks

Attendance 5 marks

Quiz 5 marks

Skill enhancement activities / case

study

5 marks

Presentation/ miscellaneous

activities

5 marks

Course Outcomes

1. Understand internet of Things and its hardware and

software components

2. Interface I/O devices, sensors & communication

modules

3. Remotely monitor data and control devices

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4. Apply storage based practical’s in real time projects

5. Develop real life IoT based projects


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