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ME Structure

ME Structure

Dual Degree Programme in

Mechanical Engineering

 

Semester I

 

Course Name

L-T-P

Credits

Category

1.

  Humanities and Social Sciences

2-0-0

2

HS

2.

  Environmental Studies

2-0-2

3

BS

3.

  Engineering Mathematics-I

  (Calculus and Transform Based)

4-0-0

4

BS

4.

  Engineering Foundation-I

  (Computer Programming)

2-0-4

4

EF

6.

  Introduction to Engineering-I

  (Lecture/Visit/Demo/Doing)

1-0-2

2

EF

7.

  Engineering Drawing  & Visualization

0-0-4

2

DI

8.

  Principles of Economics

2-0-0

2                  

HS

9.

  English in Practice

2-0-2

Non-credit

 

 

 

Total  (19)

 HS-4, BS-7, EF-6, DI-2

*Non-credit course: need to pass Basic English course

*L = Lecture , *T = Tutorial , *P = Practical

 

Semester II

 

Course Name

L-T-P

Credits

Category

1.

  Physics-I

3-0-2

4

BS

2.

  Chemistry-I

3-0-2

4

BS

3.

  Engineering Mathematics-II

  (Probability and Statistics)

4-0-0

4

BS

4.

  Engineering Foundation-II

  (Thermodynamics)

3-0-2

4

EF

5.

  Introduction to Engineering-II

  (Engineering Specific)

1-0-2

Non-Credit

EF

6.

  Product Realization

0-0-4

2

DI

7.

  IPR and Law

2-0-0

2

HS

 

 

Total  (20)

BS-12, EF-4, DI-2, HS-2

*L = Lecture , *T = Tutorial , *P = Practical

 

Semester III

 

Course Name

L-T-P

Credits

Category

1.

  Engineering Foundation-III

  (Engineering Mechanics)

3-0-2

4

EF

2

  Biology/Chemistry-II/Physics-II

3-0-2

4

BS

3.

  Continuum Mechanics and Mechanics of Materials

3-0-2

4

BC

4.

  Mechanics of Mechanisms and Machines

3-0-2

4

BC

5.

  Heat and MassTransfer

3-0-2

4

BC

 

 

Total  (20)

EF-4,BS-4, BC-12

*L = Lecture , *T = Tutorial , *P = Practical


Semester IV

 

Course Name

L-T-P

Credits

Category

1.

  Engineering Foundation-1V

  (Numerical Methods)

3-0-2

4

EF

2.

  Engineering Foundation-V

  (Data Structure)

3-0-2

4

EF

3.

  Fluid Mechanics and Convection Heat Transfer

3-0-0

3

BC

4.

  Materials and Processes of Manufacture-I

2-0-4

4

BC

5.

  The Product Engineering Process

2-0-4

4

BC

6.

  Professional Practice & Ethics

1-0-2

2

HS

7

  Lab

0-0-2

1

BC

 

 

Total 20 

EF-8, BC-12, HS-2

*L = Lecture , *T = Tutorial , *P = Practical

 

Semester V

 

Course Name

L-T-P

Credits

Category

1.

  Dynamics and Control

3-0-0

3

BC

2.

  Materials and Processes of Manufacture-II

2-0-4

4

BC

3.

  Bachelor Elective- I

 

4

BE

4.

  Technical Writing

2-0-0

2

HS

5.

  Open-Elective-I

3-0-0

3

OE

6.

  Open-Elective-II

3-0-0

3

OE

7

  Lab

0-0-2

1

BC

 

 

Total  (20)

HS-2, BC-8, BE-4,OE-6

*L = Lecture , *T = Tutorial , *P = Practical

 

Semester VI

 

Course Name

L-T-P

Credits

Category

1.

  Machine Design and Realization

2-0-4

4

BC

2.

  System Modeling and Analysis

3-0-2

4

BC

3.

  Bachelor Elective- II

 

4

BE

4.

  Open-Elective-III

 

3

OE

5.

  Open-Elective-IV

 

3

OE

 

 

Total (18)

BC-8, BE-4, OE-6

*L = Lecture , *T = Tutorial , *P = Practical

 

Semester VII

 

Course Name

L-T-P

Credits

Category

1.

  Project (Engineering Specific)

 

6

BE

2.

  Bachelor Elective -III

 

4

BE

3.

  Advanced Continuum Mechanics

 

3

MC

4.

  Discretization and Numerical Methods

 

3

MC

5.

  Experimentation, Measurement and Instrumentation

1-0-4

3

ME

 

 

Total  (19)

BE- 10, MC-6, ME-3

*L = Lecture , *T = Tutorial , *P = Practical

 

Semester VIII

 

Course Name

L-T-P

Credits

Category

1.

  Master Specialization –II

 

3

ME

2.

  Master Specialization –III

 

3

ME

3.

  Master Specialization –IV

 

3

ME

4.

  Master Specialization –V

 

3

ME

5.

  Master Specialization –VI

 

3

ME

 

 

Total  (15)

 ME-15

*L = Lecture , *T = Tutorial , *P = Practical

 

Semester IX

 

Course Name

L-T-P

Credits

Category

1.

  Master Specialization-VII

 

3

ME

2.

  Master Specialization-VIII

 

3

ME

3.

  Dissertation

 

9

DS

 

 

Total  (15)

ME-6, DS-9

*L = Lecture , *T = Tutorial , *P = Practical

 

Semester X

 

Course Name

L-T-P

Credits

Category

1.

  Dissertation

 

15

DS

 

 

Total (15)

DS-15

 

 

 

 

*L = Lecture , *T = Tutorial , *P = Practical

 

Core Courses for BTech Mechanical Engineering:

S. No.

Course Name

1.

  Continuum Mechanics and Mechanics of Materials

2.

  Mechanics of Mechanisms and Machines

3.

  Heat and MassTransfer

4.

  Fluid Mechanics and Convection Heat Transfer

5.

  Materials and Processes of Manufacture-I

6.

  The Product Engineering Process

7.

  Dynamics and Control

8.

  Materials and Processes of Manufacture-II

9.

  Machine Design and Realization

10.

  System Modeling and Analysis

 

 

Elective Courses for BTech Mechanical Engineering:

S. No.

Course Name

1.

  Independent Study

2.

  Minor Project

3.

  Hydrodynamics

4.

  Introduction to Robotics

5.

  Introduction to Biomechanics

6.

  Energy Conversion

7.

  Energy Systems and Technologies

8.

  CAM & Automation

9.

  Control Engineering

 

Elective Courses for MTech Mechanical Engineering:

S.No.

Course Name

1.

  Advanced Fluid Mechanics

2.

  Engineering Materials: Properties, Processes and Selection

3.

  Combustion Theory and Practice

4.

  Advanced Dynamics

5.

  Advanced Finite Element Methods

6.

  Advanced Solid Mechanics

7.

  Computational Methods in Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer

8.

  Fracture Mechanics

9.

  Vibration and Noise

10.

  Advanced Control Engineering

11.

  Turbulence and its Modelling

12.

  Robotics

13

  Topics In Advanced Manufacturing Technologies

14.

  Topics in Nano-Scale Mechanical Behaviour of Materials

15.

  Topics in Nano-Scale Transport Phenomena

 

Prerequisite for MTech Mechanical Engineering

  • Thermodynamics
  • Continuum Mechanics and Mechanics of Materials
  • Fluid Mechanics and Convection Heat Transfer
  • Machine Design and Realization

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