BANGLADESH TECHNICAL EDUCATION BOARD
4-YEAR DIPLOMA-IN-ENGINEERING PROGRAM
FIRST AND SECOND SEMESTER
Electrical Technology (67)
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T P C
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|4||5812||Physical Education.& Life Skill Development||0||2||1||–||–||50||–||50|
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Electrical Technology (67)
1011 ENGINEERING DRAWING T P C
0 6 2
- To develop the ability to use various drawing instruments and materials.
- To enable in constructing and using various types of scales in drawing.
- To provide the ability to construct various geometrical figures.
- To enable to adopt various symbols used in drawing.
- To provide the skill of freehand sketching with shades and shadows.
- To provide the basic skill of drawing orthographic views.
Drawing instruments and their uses; Lettering, numbering and constructing title strip; Adopting alphabet of lines and dimensioning; Constructing scales; Constructing geometrical figures; Constructing conic sections; Adopting symbols; Freehand sketching (with shades and shadows), Drawing orthographic views.
DRAWING INSTRUMENTS AND MATERIALS
- Practice with drawing instruments and materials for basic drawing technique.
- Identify the different types of drawing instruments.
- Use different types of drafting equipment.
- Use different types of drafting software.
- Identify the standard sizes of drawing board and sheets.
- Draw the border lines in drawing sheets following standard rule.
- Draw horizontal, vertical and inclined lines with the help of set squares and T-square.
- Draw 15 degree, 75 degree, 105 degree and 120 degree angles with the help of set squares.
- Use lettering guide, template, scale pantograph and French curve.
LETTERING NUMBERING AND TITLE STRIP
- Letter and number freehand and with instruments.
- Identify the necessity of good lettering in engineering drawing.
- Draw freehand single stroke vertical letters from A to Z (upper and lower case) and numbers 0 to 9.
- Draw freehand inclined (65 degree to 75 degree) single stroke letters from A to Z (upper and lower case) and numbers from 0 to 9.
- Draw block letters (Gothic) using 5 : 4 and 7 : 5 proportions and height.
- Select a suitable size of letters and write a few sentences using all the letters selecting suitable scale.
- Draw title strip with proper placement using suitable size of letters and measurements.
ALPHABET OF LINES AND DIMENSIONING
- Adopt the alphabet of lines.
- Select different lines in drawing.
- Use center line, hidden line, phantom line, break line, dimension line, extension line, section line and cutting plane line.
- Use different thickness of line to emphasize a part of drawing.
- Select recommended grades of pencils for various types of lines for engineering drawing.
- Adopt the elements and theory of dimensioning.
- Put dimensions in engineering drawing according to an accepted standard.
- Identify the elements of dimensions from a given dimensioned drawing.
- Apply aligned and unidirectional system of dimensioning.
- Draw size and location of dimension, continuous dimension, staggered dimension and dimensioning in limited space.
- Add necessary dimension to a given drawing with suitable arrows.
CONSTRUCTION OF SCALE
- Prepare scale for drawing application.
- Calculate representative fraction and interpret a scale reading.
- Use different types of scale to find full size dimension.
- Draw a plain scale to show meters, centimeters and millimeters of a given distance on object.
- Draw a diagonal scale to show three units having given RF.
- Read particular distance on plain and diagonal scale.
- Use scale of chord.
- Draw angle of 49 degree, 78 degree and 95 degree with the help of scale of chord.
- Construct geometric figures (lines, triangles & squares).
- Divide given straight line into any number of equal parts.
- Draw perpendicular when the given point is at or near the end of the line.
- Bisect a given angle.
- Trisect a given angle.
- Draw a straight line parallel to given straight line at some given distance.
- Draw a square on a given straight line.
- Construct geometric figures (circles and regular polygons).
- Draw regular polygons i.e. pentagon, hexagon and octagon having given one side.
- Locate the center of circle and arc.
- Inscribe circle in triangles.
- Inscribe a circle about a triangle.
- Divide a triangle into any number of equal parts.
- Draw an equilateral triangle equal in area of a square.
- Determine the length of the circumference of circle.
- Construct conic sections.
- Draw an ellipse by concentric circle method.
- Draw an ellipse by parallelogram method.
- Draw an ellipse by four center method.
- Draw a parabola having given foci and directrix.
- Draw a parabola from given abscissa and ordinate.
- Adopt standard symbols in drawing.
- Identify symbols used in drawing.
- Draw a legend using symbols of different engineering materials.
- Draw the symbols of different plumbing fittings and fixtures used in drawing.
- Draw the symbols of different electrical fittings and fixtures used in drawing.
- Interpret information from drawing containing standard symbols.
FREEHAND SKETCHING (WITH SHADES AND SHADOWS)
- Sketch freehand with shades and shadows.
- Produce freehand sketches of the following with shade and shadow technique:
e. Hand tubewell
f. Spade with handle
g. Pipe wrench
i. Bench vice
j. Open box
k. Electric lamps
l. Electric switches
m. Electric fan
n. Nuts and bolts
- Use different materials and methods of shading and shadowing freehand sketches.
11 Translate pictorial views of simple objects into orthographic views.
Identify different planes.
Draw third angle orthographic views of simple objects.
Draw first and third angle views of a simple object and add proper dimensions.
Solve missing Lines problems of different objective.
1 Geometrical Drawing
¾ I H Morris
2 Prathamic Engineering Drawing
¾ Hemanta Kumar Bhattacharia
1012 ENGINEERING MATERIALS T P C
2 3 3
- To be able to identify and classify the materials used for construction in engineering field.
- To be able to recognize the sources of various engineering materials.
- To be able to understand the characteristics of various engineering materials.
- To be able to understand the uses of different engineering materials.
Aspects of engineering materials; Engineering uses of ferrous metals and alloys; Engineering use of non-ferrous metal; Bricks; Sand; Cement; Lime as mortar; Aluminum as construction materials; Timber; Stone; Insulating materials; Glass and ceramics, Paints and varnishes, Sound absorbing materials; Fire and water proofing materials; Fuels and lubricants; Plastic materials, optical fiber and Gallium Arsenide Materials.
- Understand the various aspects of engineering materials.
- Define engineering materials.
- Mention the classification of engineering materials in different technology
- List the characteristics of engineering materials.
- Understand the application of stone
- Define building stones.
- Mention geological, physical and chemical classification of stones.
- List the characteristics of good building stones.
- Describe the dressing of stones.
- Describe the uses of stone in engineering filed.
- Understand the characteristic of brick as construction materials.
- Define brick.
- Mention different constituents for manufacturing of good bricks.
- Explain pug mill, table molding and machine molding.
- Describe the process of brick drying.
- Describe the methods of kiln burning of brick.
- Draw the sketches Bull’s trench kiln & Hoffman’s kiln.
- Understand the application of sand.
- Mention the classification of sand according to their sources.
- Mention the specifications of good sand.
- Describe the purpose of grading of sand.
- Mention the use of various grades of sand.
- Understand the application of cement.
- Define cement.
- Mention the functions of various ingredients of cement.
- Distinguish between wet process and dry process of manufacturing Portland cement.
- Draw a flow diagram based on wet process of manufacturing of cement.
- Mention the uses of cement as engineering material.
- Understand the application of tiles
- Identify the following tiles: clay tiles, concrete tiles, Plastic tiles, Mosaic tiles, Marble tiles, Glazed tiles.
- Describe the uses of different kinds of tiles.
- Understand the Light metal (aluminum/white metal) as construction materials.
- Explain the important properties of light metal (aluminum/white metal) as construction material.
- Mention the uses of aluminum white/metals .
- Describe the advantages and disadvantages of using aluminum as construction material.
- Understand the fundamental concepts of glass and ceramics.
- Mention the constituents of glass.
- List the properties of glass.
- Mention the uses of glass.
- Describe the constituents of ceramics.
- Mention the classification of ceramics.
- List the properties of ceramics.
- Describe the uses of ceramics in engineering field.
- Understand the basic concepts of paints and varnishes.
- Define paints and varnish.
- Explain the characteristics of good paint.
- List the essential constituents of paint.
- Explain the functions of pigment.
- List the main constituents of varnishes.
- Explain the characteristics of good varnish.
- Mention the functions of vehicle.
- Describe synthetic materials used for paint and varnishes.
- Understand the characteristic of timber as construction materials.
- Define timber.
- Mention the classification of trees depending on botanical groups.
- Explain conservation of timber in various market forms.
- Describe the major defects in timber.
- Describe the advantages and disadvantages of using timber in the engineering filed.
- Describe the characteristics of good timber.
- Understand the application of various heat and sound insulating materials.
- Mention the functions of insulating materials.
- List five natural heat insulating materials.
- Mention the names of synthetic insulating materials.
- Describe the sources of obtaining rubber, cork and ebonite.
- Describe the uses of asbestos as insulating material.
- List three natural sound absorbing materials.
- Mention the names of five sound absorbing materials.
- Explain light weight concrete used in acoustic works.
- Understand the fundamental aspects of fire and water proofing materials.
- Mention the term of fire proofing materials and water proofing materials.
- Explain the uses of asbestos as fire and waterproof materials.
- List the characteristics of refractory materials.
- Explain the uses of rubber as water proofing material.
- Understand the basic concepts of fuels and lubricants.
- Define the term fuel and lubricants.
- Mention the main purposes of fuels with their classifications.
- List different types of lubricants.
- Explain the characteristics of lubricating oils.
- Understand the engineering applications of plastic materials.
- Define plastic.
- List the names of raw materials for plastic.
- Explain the properties of plastic.
- Mention the characteristics of thermoplastic and thermosetting plastic.
- Describe the manufacturing process of plastic.
- Explain the molding methods of plastic products.
- Identify the uses of plastic as engineering materials.
- Explain laminating plastic.
- Understand the engineering uses of metals and alloys.
- Name the common types of iron used in industry.
- Mention the uses of wrought iron and cast iron.
- Mention the classification of steel on the basis of carbon content.
- List the names of commercial steels.
- Describe alloy steel.
- Mention the uses of various alloy steels.
- Define non-ferrous metals.
- List the important non-ferrous metals used in engineering field.
- Mention the uses of non-ferrous metals and alloys like copper, zinc, tin, lead, brass and bronze.
- Understand the Engineering use of Conducting, Magnetic, Optical fiber and Gallium Arsenide Materials
- List of least three items for conducting, none conducting and semi-conducting materials.
- Describe the uses of semi-conducting materials.
- Name the types of soft and hard magnetic materials.
- Mention the uses of optical fiber.
- Mention the uses of Gallium Arsenide Materials.
- Show skill in identifying various types of stone
- Selected different type of stone in the laboratory.
- Sketch different type of stone on the basis of formation.
- Show skill in field test of bricks
- Perform field test of bricks
- Select 1st class , 2nd class, 3rd class bricks and jhama bricks
- Show skill in conducting laboratory test of bricks
- Compression test
- Absorption test
- Determine average weight of a brick.
- Show skill in conducting laboratory test of cement
- Conduct laboratory tests of cement
- Make cement paste of Normal Consistency(CPNC)
- Determine initial setting time
- Perform final setting time
- Perform compressive strength test
- Perform tensile strength test
- Perform fineness test
- Conduct field tests of cement
- Show skill in conducting tests of coarse aggregate
- Specific gravity of send
- Grading of aggregates
- Show skill in conducting test of sand
- Bulking of sand
- F M of sand
- Specific gravity of sand
- Show skill in identifying various ferrous and non ferrous metal
- Identify mild steel, cast iron, copper, and aluminum, tin by physical observation.
- Show skill in identifying various type fuels and lubricants
- Show skill in identifying various type of conducting & non conducting, semi conducting, magnetic and optical fiber materials.
- A text book on Engineering Materials ¾ J. Kulkarni
- Engineering Materials ¾ M. A. Aziz
- Plastic Materials ¾ A Brydson
5712 ENGLISH – I T P C
2 0 2
After the completion of the course, learners will be able to develop-
* Listening with understanding
* The fluency of speech
* Reading with understanding
- Grammatical accuracy with emphasis on spelling & punctuation
- Creative writing
* Transferring information
* Communicating effectively
|Three: Learning English||1||Learning a language|
|2||Why learn English|
|3||How to learn English|
|Six: Our Environment||1||The environment and the ecosystem|
|2||How the environment is polluted|
|7||How to manage waste|
|Seven: Disasters we live with||5||The shake and the quake|
|Thirteen: We and our rights||2||Women have rights too.|
N.B: The Unit mentioned refers to the Text Book (1st Paper) English for Today for class 11 – 12 by National Curriculum & Text Book Board, Dhaka.
- (a) Uses of Articles.
(b) Uses of Tense *(Right forms of verbs with indicators)
(c) Classify verbs: (Auxiliary, Principal, transitive, intransitive, finite, non-finite, causative, quasi-passive)
(d) Uses of voice.
(a) Sentence structure: (Assertive, Interrogative, Optative, Imperative, Exclamatory, Simple, Complex and Compound)
(b) Question making: WH, Yes/No, Tag question
- Enrich vocabulary: synonyms, Antonyms
- Change Parts of speech and uses of suffix and prefix.
- Style of letters: (full blocked, blocked, semi- blocked)
- Parts of writing official letters: Techniques of writing (Heading, reference, date, inside address, topic, greetings, complementary closing, signature, supplements.)
- Write dialogues: (with teacher, principal, shopkeeper, hotel manager, station master, OC, DC, newcomer, buyers, doctor, friend, colleagues etc).
- Write a guided paragraph with questions.
5812 PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND LIFE SKILL DEVELOPMENT
T P C
0 2 1
- To enhance body fitness.
- To make aware of first aid procedure.
- To acquaint with the common games and sports.
- To develop life skill
Warming up; Yoga; Muscle developing with equipment; First aid; Games & sports; life skill development.
- National Anthem and Assembly
- Make assembly
- Recitation of national anthem
- National anthem in music
2. Warming up
- General Warming-up :
Head rotation, Hand rotation, Side twisting, Toe touching, Hip rotation, Keen twisting, Ankle twisting, Push up & Sit up.
- Squad Drill :
Line, File, Attention, Stand at easy, Stand easy, Left turn, Right turn, About turn, Mark time, Quick march, Right wheel, Left wheel, Open order march & Closed order march.
- Specific warming up :
Legs raising one by one, Legs raising in slanting position, Knee bending and nose touching, Heels raising, Toes touching & Laying position.
- Mass Physical Exercise (Free hand) :
Hand raising, Side twisting, Front & back bending, Front curl, Straight arms curl two hands, Hands raising overhead and Push up & Push down.
3.1 Dhyanasan : Shabasan, Padmasan, Gomukhasan, Sharbangasan, Shirshsan
3.2 Shasthyasan : Halasan, Matshasan, Paban Muktasan, Ustrasan
4. Muscle Developing with equipment
4.1 Damball : Front curl, Hand sidewise stretching, Arms raising overhead.
4.2 Barball : Front press, Leg press, Rowing motion with leverage bar.
4.3 Rope climbing : Straight way climbing, Leg raising climbing.
4.3 Horizontal bar : Chinning the bar front grip, Chinning the bar wide back grip.
4.4 Jogging Machine : Slow, medium, and fast running
4.5 Rowing Machine :
- Show skill on conversation on day to day life
5.1 Today’s Market price
5.2 Festivals(religious festivals, National festivals)
5.3 Celebration of National days
5.4 Aim of life
5.5 Visited historical places/sites
- Human relation
6.1 Family relation
6.2 Relation with neighbor
6.3 Humanitarian Service
6.4 Service for handicapped (intelligent, physical, social etc.)
6.5 Service for orphan / Patient
- Vote of appreciation
7.1 About dress
7.2 For good work
7.3 For good result
7.4 For good news
- Telephone conversation
8.1 Use of telephone
8.2 Courtesy for using telephone
8.3 Receiving and sending massages through telephone
8.4 Presenting the gist
- Stress Management
- Habit to be a man of humor
- Positive thinking
- Habit to changing thinking
- Time Management
- Determine essential time for a task
- Determine delay and unexpected time
- Determine time for daily activities
- Plan for daily activities
- Interview Technique
- Mental preparation to face an interview
- Selection of dress for interview
- Introducing himself/herself to the interviewer
- Coping interview
- Team work
- Organized a team
- Selection of team leader
- Distribution to the task to the members
- Accepting opinion of team members
- Completion of task as a team
- Social work
- Tree plantation
- Community service (Sanitation, pure drinking water, social culture etc.)
5911 MATHEMATICS-1 T P C
3 3 4
- To acquaint the students with the basic terminology of Algebra.
- To be able to understand the complex numbers (J-operator) which are being used in electrical engineering
- To be able to understand the binomial expansion.
- To be able to use the knowledge of trigonometry in solving problems of engineering importance.
Algebra: Set, Indices, Logarithms, AP & GP, Polynomials & polynomial equations, Complex number, Permutation & Combination, Binomial theorem for positive integral Index and negative & fractional index.
Trigonometry: Ratio of associated angles, Compound angles, Transformation formulae, multiple angles and Sub-multiple angles.
- Apply the concept of set in solving problem.
- Define set, sub-set and universal set.
- Define the different types of number set.
- Define union of set, intersection of set, complement of set, power set, disjoint set.
- Prove (using Venn diagram) the relation of following types where A, B and C are any set.
- i) AU (BUC) = (AUB) I (AUC)
- ii) (AUB)c = AcIB c
iii) (AIB) c = Ac UB c
- Find the number of elements in the union of two sets.
- Solve the problems using above.
- Apply the laws of indices in solving mathematical problem.
2.1 State the laws of indices.
2.2 Apply the laws of indices to solve the problem.
2.3 Perform algebraic operation on surd.
2.4 Use the scientific calculator in solving the problems of indices.
- Apply the concept of logarithms.
- Define logarithm.
- Prove the following laws of logarithm.
- a) (m x n) = m + n
- b) = m – n
- c) = n m
- d) a X b = 1
- e) 1 = O
- Solve problems using 3.2.
- State the difference between Naperion and common logarithms.
- Understand the concept of AP & GP.
4.1 Define AP and common difference.
4.2 Find last term and sum of n terms, given first term and common difference.
4.3 Define GP and common ratio.
4.4 Find the sum of n terms given first and common ratio.
- Apply the concept of polynomial in solving the problems.
- Define polynomials and polynomial equation.
- Explain the roots and co-efficient of polynomial equations.
- Find the relation between roots and co-efficient of the polynomial equations.
- Determine the roots and their nature of quadratic polynomial equations.
- Form the equation when the roots of the quadratic polynomial equations are given.
- Find the condition of the common roots of quadratic polynomial equations.
- Solve the problems related to the above.
- Understand the concept of complex numbers.
- Define complex numbers.
- Perform algebraic operation (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, square root) with complex number of the form a+jb.
- Find the cube roots of unity.
- Apply the properties of cube root of unity in solving problems.
- Apply the concept of permutation & Combination.
- Explain permutation.
- Find the number of permutation of n things taken r at a time when,
- i) things are all different.
- ii) things are not all different.
- Solve problems of the related to permutation :
- be arranged so that the vowels may never be separated.
From 10 man and 6 women a committee of 7 is to be formed. In how many ways can this be done so as to include at least two women in the committee.
7.4 Explain combination.
7.5 Find the number of combination of n different things taken r at a time.
7.6 Explain , ,
7.7 Find the number of combination of n things taken r at a time in which p particular things
- i) Always occur ii) never occur.
7.8 Establish i) =
- ii) + =
7.9 Solve problems related to combination.
8 Apply the concept of binomial theorem.
8.1 State binomial expression.
8.2 Find the general term, middle term, equidistant term and term independent of x.
8.3 Use binomial theorem to find the value of
- i) (0.9998) 2 , correct to six places of decimal .
- ii) (1 + ) 5 – (1- ) 5
8.4 Express the binomial theorem for negative and fractional index.
8.5 Solve problems of the following types:
Expand (i) (1-nx) – (ii)
- Apply the concept of associated angles.
- Define associated angles.
- Find the sign of trigonometrical function in different quadrants.
- Calculate trigonometrical ratios of associated angle.
- Solve the problems using above.
- Apply the principle of trigonometrical ratios of compound angles.
- Define compound angles.
- Establish the following relation geometrically for acute angles.
- i) sin (A B) = sin A cos B cos A sin B.
- ii) cos (A B) = cosA cosB
- Deduce formula for tan (A B), Cot (A B).
- Apply the identities to work out the problems:
- i) find the value of sin 75 0, tan 75 0.
- ii) show that
iii) if a + b = q, tana + tan b = b, cot a+ cot b = a,
show that (a – b) = ab cot q .
- Apply sum and product formula of trigonometrical ratios.
- Express sum or difference of two sines and cosines as a product and vice-versa
- Solve problems of the followings types:
- i) show that, sin 55 o + cos 55O = cos 100
- ii) prove that, cos 800 cos 600 cos 400 cos 200 =
- Apply the concept of ratios of multiple angles.
- State the identities for sin 2A, cos 2A and tan 2A.
- Deduce formula for sin 3A, cos 3A and tan 3A.
- Solve the problems of the followings types.
- i) express cos 5q in terms of cos q .
- ii) if tan a = 2 tan b, show that, tan (a + b) =
- Apply the concept of ratios of sub-multiple angles.
- Find mathematically the identities for sin a , cos a and tan a in terms of
- Solve the problems of the type :
find the value of cos 30 , cos 60 , cos 90 , cos 18 0, cos 360, etc.
5913 CHEMISTRY T P C 3 3 4
- To provide the students a background of basic science required for understanding technology subjects.
- To develop a working knowledge of common engineering and industrial materials including physical and chemical properties and to enable to determine through experiments the properties of such materials.
- To develop a basic knowledge and concept of chemical reactions of common engineering and industrial materials.
- To develop through experiments the understanding of fundamental scientific concept which will provide a common base for further studies in science and technology.
Role of Chemistry in the field of engineering and technology; Matter and its changes; Symbol, valency and chemical equations; Different types of chemical reactions; Catalyst and Catalysis; Acid, Base and Salt; Properties of gases; Dalton atomic theory; Avogadro’s hypothesis; Laws of chemical equivalent; Atomic Mass and molecular mass; Atomic structure; Quantum numbers; Periodic table; Oxidation & Reduction; Chemical bond; Electrolytic conductance and electrolysis; Acid base equilibria; Water; Metals; Concept of Organic Chemistry; Aliphatic Hydrocarbon and Alcohols.
Theory :MATTER AND ITS CHANGES
- Symbol, Valency & Chemical Equation
- Define matter, element, compound, mixtures, solutions and suspensions.
- Distinguish between, ” atoms and molecules”, “physical change and chemical change”, ”exothermic and endothermic changes and reactions“.
- Identify exothermic and endothermic reactions from a given list of reactions.
- Define symbol and formula, valency of elements and radicals.
- Discuss the variations of valency with examples.
- Define active and latent valency.
- Define chemical equation .
- Explain the full meaning of a given chemical equation.
DIFFERENT TYPES OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS , CATALIST & CATALYSIS
- Understand the concept of chemical reactions.
- Define chemical reaction.
- Name the methods of bringing about chemical reaction.
- Give examples of different types of chemical reactions with suitable examples.
- Define catalysis and catalyst.
- Mention different types of catalyst with examples.
- List five uses of catalysts in industries.
ACID, BASE & SALT
- Understand acid, base and salt.
- Define acid, base and salt.
- List five properties of acid, base and salt.
- Classify salts according to their chemical properties.
- Explain basicity of an acid and acidity of a base.
STATES OF MATTER
- Understand properties of gases.
- Identify the basic properties of gases.
4.2 Define Boyls law & Charls law, absolute temperature S.T. P /N.T.P
4.3 Deduse the relationship between pressure, volume and temperature of a gas to establish Boyle’s Law, Charle’s law and the law of pressure.
4.4 Combine the gas laws to establish the gas equation.
4.5 Establish the partial pressure of mixed gases using Dalton’s law of partial pressure.
4.6 Solve problems in relation to pressure, volume, temperature and partial pressure of a mixture of gases.
DALTON‘S ATOMIC THEORY & AVOGADRO’S HYPOTHESIS
- Understand Dalton‘s atomic theory & Avogadro’s hypothesis
5.1 List the four postulates of Dalton’s atomic theory.
5.2 Explain at least five limitations of Dalton’s atomic theory.
5.3 State Avogadro’s hypothesis.
5.4 Explain Avogadro’s constant.
5.5 Explain five applications of Avogadro’s hypothesis in Chemistry.
5.6 Solve problems using the knowledge of Avogadro’s hypothesis.
6 Understand chemical equivalent , Atomic & molecular Mass.
6.1 Define the chemical equivalent of an element, a compound, a radical,
an acid an alkali and a salt.
6.2 Explain the variations in chemical equivalent of an element.
6.3 Define atomic mass and molecular Mass.
6.4 Establish a relationship among chemical equivalent, valency and atomic Mass.
6.5 Solve problems to find out atomic Mass, chemical equivalent and valency.
7 Understand the modern concept of atomic structure.
7.1 State the fundamental particles of atom.
7.2 Explain the following terms:
- i) Atomic number ii) Isotopes iii) Isobar iv) Gram-atom
- v) Mass Number and vi) Gram molecular Mass, vii) Mole viii) ISO tone.
7.3 Describe Rutherford’s and Bohr’s atomic model.
8 Understand the quantum numbers.
8.1 Define quantum numbers .
8.2 Explain the significance of the following quantum numbers:
- i) Principal quantum number
- ii) Subsidiary quantum number
iii) Magnetic quantum number
- iv) Spin quantum number
8.3 Explain the Pauli’s exclusion principle.
8.4 Explain the probability distribution of electrons round the nucleus.
8.5 Define orbit and orbital.
9 Understand the modern periodic table.
9.1 State the periodic law of elements.
9.2 Describe the modern long periodic table.
9.3 Explain the limitations of periodic table.
9.4 Give the Name of IA, VII-A and Zero group elements.
10 Understand oxidation and reduction.
10.1 Explain the modern concepts of oxidation and reduction with examples.
10.2 Explain “oxidizing agent” and “reducing agents ” with examples.
10.3 Explain the oxidation and reduction takes place simultaneously.
10.4 Explain the oxidation number and oxidation state.
10.5 Write the oxidation number of an element from its compounds.
11 Understand the modern concept of chemical bonds.
11.1 Define chemical bond.
11.2 List the different types of bonds.
11.3 Explain the modern concept of ionic bonds .
11.4 Explain the co-valent bonds, co-ordinate bond, Sigma bond, Pie bond.
- Understand the fundamentals of electrolysis.
- Define electrolysis.
- Differentiate between electrical conductor and electrolyte.
- Explain the process of electrolysis.
- Explain Faraday’s laws of electrolysis.
- List at least four Industrial applications of electrolysis.
- Understand pH value, Acidimetry and Alkalimetry.
- Define pH, acidimetry and alkalimetry.
- Explain pH scale and its uses.
- Explain acid base titration.
- Explain the method of preparation of normal solutions.
- Define of indicators and their uses.
- Explain buffer solutions and their working mechanism.
- Understand oxides and hydroxides.
- Define oxide and hydroxide.
- Describe the classification of oxides and hydroxides.
- Explain different types of oxides and hydroxides with examples.
- Understand the chemical process involved in water treatment.
- Distinguish between hard water and soft water.
- Differentiate between temporary and permanent hardness of water.
- List at least three disadvantages and three advantages of using hard water.
- Describe the Permutit process of softening hard water by explaining the reactions that take place.
- Explain the ion exchange resin process of softening water.
- Describe chemical tests of water.
- Understand the extraction and refining process for Iron, Copper, Zinc and Aluminum.
- Compare the properties of metal and non-metal.
- Define (i) ores (ii) roasting (iii) calcination (iv) smelting (v) alloy (vi) slag, (vii) Flux.
- Give names and formulae of important ores of Iron, Copper, Aluminum and Zinc.
- Describe the manufacturing process of iron and copper from its ore.
- Compare the properties of (i) Cast Iron (ii) iron (iii) Steel (iv) Wrought Iron.
- Understand the concept of Organic Chemistry and organic compounds.
- Define Organic Chemistry.
- Distinguish between organic and inorganic compounds.
- Explain homologous series of organic compounds.
- List the molecular and structural formulae of methane, ethane, propane and
- Explain functional groups of organic compounds.
- Understand the aliphatic hydrocarbons and the alcohols.
- Define hydrocarbon, saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons.
- Define alkane, alkene and alkynes.
- Explain commons system, derived system and IUPAC system of nomenclature of organic compounds.
- Define Alcohols.
- Explain the classification of alcohol.
- Define the term Enzyme, Fermentation, De-carboxilation, Power Alcohol, Absolute Alcohol .
OBSERVATION AND MEASUREMENT
Measure the pH value of unknown solutions to classify them as neutral , acidic or alkalis.
Prepare a decinormal solution of sodium carbonate.
Determine the unknown strength of an acid. Solve by a standard alkalis solution with a suitable indicator.
QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF KNOWN SALTS
Perform test tube tests for the known salt samples Copper salt, Iron salt, Lead salt, Aluminum salt, Ammonium salt, etc.
Perform charcoal oxidation and reduction test for the different salt e.g. such as Lead salt, Copper salt, Iron salt, Calcium salt, etc.
Perform tests to detect unknown basic radicals e.g. Lead, Copper, Iron Calcium, Zinc, Aluminium, Ammonium and Sodiu
Perform tests to detect unknown acid radicals e.g. chloride, nitrate, carbonate and sulphate.
6711 BASIC ELECTRICITY T P C
3 3 4
- To familiarize the basic electrical quantities & laws and to apply them in solving problems of electrical circuits.
- To acquaint with electro-chemistry, electro-magnetism, electro-magnetic induction and electrostatic.
- To develop skill in electrical wiring.
- To appreciate the safety measures to be taken for electrical wiring.
Electric current and ohm’s law; Conductors and insulators; Basic electrical circuits; Power and energy; Basic electro-chemistry; Electro-magnetism; Electro-magnetic induction; Electrostatics; Wires and cables; Hand tools used in wiring; House wiring; Controlling devices; Protective devices; Earthing.
1 Understand electricity and its nature.
1.1 State the meaning of electricity.
1.2 Describe the structure of atom.
1.3 Define current, voltage and resistance.
1.4 State the units of current, voltage and resistance.
CONDUCTOR & INSULATOR
2 Understand conductor and insulator.
- Define conductor and insulator.
- Explain the conductor and insulator according to electron theory .
- List at least 5 conductors and 5 insulators.
- Describe the factors upon which the resistance of a conductor depends.
- State laws of resistance.
- Prove the relation R=
- Explain the meaning of resistivity and name the unit of resistivity.
- Solve problems relating to laws of resistance.
3 Understand Ohm’s Law
3.1 State Ohm’s law.
3.2 Deduce the relation between current, voltage and resistance.
3.3 Solve problems relating to Ohm’s law.
BASIC ELECTRIC CIRCUITS
4 Understand electric circuit.
4.1 Define electric circuit.
4.2 Name the different types of electric circuits.
4.3 Define series circuit, parallel circuit and mixed ckt.
4.4 Describe the characteristic of series circuit and parallel circuit.
4.5 Calculate the equivalent resistance of series circuit, parallel circuit and Mixed circuit.
4.6 Solve problems relating to series circuit, parallel circuit and mixed ckt .
POWER AND ENERGY
5 Apply the concept of electrical power and energy.
5.1 Define electrical power and energy.
- State the unit of electrical power and energy.
- Show the relation between electrical power and energy.
- List the name of instruments for measuring of electrical power and energy.
- Draw the connection diagram of wattmeter and energy meter in an electrical circuit.
- Solve problems relating to electrical power and energy Calculation.
6 Understand the principles of Joule’s law.
6.1 Describe the heating effect of electricity when current flows through a conductor.
- Explain Joule’s law regarding the development of heat in electrical circuit.
- Describe meaning of “J”.
- Solve problems relating to Joule’s law.
- Solve problems relating to Joule’s law.
- Understand the concept of cells.
7.1 Describe the meaning of potential difference.
7.2 Define the meaning of cell.
7.3 Classify the Cell
7.4 Define Primary Cell
7.5 List the different types of primary Cell
7.6 Describe the construction and principle of action of a simple Voltaic cell.
7.7 List the defects of a simple Voltaic cell.
7.8 Describe the causes of defects of a simple Voltaic cell.
7.9 Describe the methods of removing the defects of a simple Voltaic cell.
- Understand the construction and principle of action of secondary cell.
8.1 Define secondary cell.
8.2 Describe the construction and principle of action of a lead acid cell.
8.3 List the uses of lead acid cell.
8.4 List the advantages of secondary cell.
8.5 Distinguish between a cell and a battery.
8.6 Describe the series and parallel grouping of cells.
8.7 Distinguish between Primary & Secondary Cell
9 Understand the concept of capacitors and capacitance.
9.1 Define capacitor and capacitance.
9.2 Name the unit of capacitance.
9.3 Name the different types of capacitor.
9.4 Write the uses of capacitor.
9.5 Determine the equivalent capacitance of a number of capacitors connected in series.
9.6 Determine the equivalent capacitance of a number capacitors connected in parallel.
9.7 Explain the energy stored in a capacitor.
9.8 Solve problems relating to capacitor connected in series and in parallel.
ELECTRO – MAGNETISM
10 Understand Electro – magnetism.
10.1 Describe magnetic field, magnetic lines of force and its properties.
10.2 Describe field intensity and magnetic flux density.
10.3 Distinguish between absolute permeability and relative permeability.
10.4 Describe the concept of magnetic effect of electrical current.
10.5 States Maxwell’s cork screw rule and Fleming’s right hand rule for determining the direction of magnetic field and current.
10.6 Explain the force experienced in a current carrying conductor placed in a magnetic field.
- State Fleming’s left hand rule.
- Explain the work done by a moving conductor in a magnetic field.
- Explain the force between two parallel current carrying conductor.
11 Understand magnetic circuit.
11.1 Define a magnetic circuit.
11.2 Define the terms magnetizing force, magnetomotive force, ampere – turns, reluctance, permeance, permeability, magnetic linkage and leakage.
- Show the relation between magnetomotive force, reluctance and magnetic field intensity or magnetizing force.
- Compare a magnetic circuit with an electrical circuit.
ELECTRO MAGNETIC INDUCTION
- Understand electro- magnetic induction.
- Define Faraday’s laws of electro-magnetic induction.
- Describe the magnitude of dynamically induced emf and statically induced emf
- Solve problems relating to emf generation.
- Define Lenz’s law and Fleming’s right hand rule for determining the direction of induced emf and current.
- Define self induced emf and self inductance.
- Explain inductance of a iron cored inductor.
- Define mutual inductance and co-efficient of coupling.
WIRES AND CABLES
- Understand the uses of wires and cables.
- Define electrical wires and cables.
- Distinguish between wires and cables.
- Describe the construction and uses of PVC, VIR, TRS or CTS and flexible wires
- Describe the procedure of measuring the size of wires and cables by wire gauge.
- Describe the current carrying capacity of a wire.
JOINTS AND SPLICES
- Understand the usefulness of joints and splices.
- Define the meaning of joints and splices.
- State the five steps of making a joint.
- Describe the procedure to make a pig tail joint, western union joint,Britannia joint, duplex joint, tap joint, simple splice.
- Give example of uses of above mentioned joints.
- Understand the different methods of house wiring.
- State the meaning of wiring.
- List the types of wiring.
- State the procedure for Channel wiring, surface conduit wring and concealed wiring.
- State the types of wiring used in :
- Residential building.
- Cinema hall/Auditorium
- Temporary shed
- List the name of fittings used in different types of electrical wiring.
- Understand the construction and uses of controlling devices.
- Define controlling device.
- Name the different types of controlling devices.
- Describe the constructional features and uses of tumbler switch, iron clad switch, push button switch and gang switch.
- Understand the construction and uses of protective devices.
- Define protective devices.
- Name the different types of protective devices.
- Name the different types of fuses used in house wiring.
- Describe the construction and uses of renewable fuse.
- Name the different types of circuit breaker used in house wiring.
- Understand the necessity of ear thing.
- Define earthing
- Explain necessity of earthing
- Name different types of ear thing
- Apply the principle of controlling electrical circuit by switch.
- Sketch the wiring diagram of one lamp controlled by one SPST switch and describe its uses.
- Sketch the wiring diagram of one lamp controlled by two SPDT switch and describe its uses.
- Draw the wiring diagram of one calling bell with a lamp controlled from one point.
- Draw the wiring diagram of a fluorescent tube light circuit.
- Describe the working principle of fluorescent tube light.
- Understand electricity act/rule of Bangladesh and safety practices.
- State electricity act/rule of Bangladesh to be followed in electrical wiring.
- Describe the importance of electricity act/rule.
- Describe safety procedure against electrical hazards.
- List the performance of safety practices for electrical equipment, machines and accessories.
1 Identify and use electrical measuring instruments.
1.1 Identify Voltmeters, Ammeters, Ohm Meter, Wattmeter, Energy meter and AVO meter.
1.2 Select & read the scale of given meters.
1.3 Connect correctly voltmeter, ammeter, wattmeter and energy meter to a given circuit..
2 Show skill in verification of Ohm’s Law.
2.1 Sketch the circuit diagram for the verification of Ohm’s Law.
2.2 List tools, equipment and material required for the experiment .
- Prepare the circuit according to the circuit diagram using proper equipment.
- Check all connections before the circuit is energized.
- Verify the law by collecting relevant data.
3 Verify the characteristics of series and parallel circuits.
3.1 Draw the working circuit diagram.
3.2 List tools, equipment and materials required for the experiment .
3.3 Prepare the circuit according to the circuit diagram using proper equipment.
3.4 Check all connections before the circuit is energized.
3.5 Record data and verify that in a series circuit total voltage and resistance is equal to the summation of individual voltage and resistance respectively but total current is equal to the individual current.
3.6 Record data and verify that for a parallel circuit supply voltage is equal to the branch voltage, supply current is equal to summation of branch currents and total conductance is equal to the summation of branch conductance.
4 Show skill in measuring the power of an electric circuit.
4.1 Sketch the necessary circuit diagram of an electrical circuit w electrical load, ammeter, voltmeter and wattmeter.
4.2 Prepare the circuit according to the circuit diagram using ammeter, voltmeter and wattmeter.
4.3 Record the power, measured by the wattmeter and verify t reading with that of calculated from ammeter and voltmeter.
4.4 Compare the measured data with that of calculated and rat power.
5 Show skill in measuring the energy consumed in an electrical circuit.
5.1 Sketch the necessary diagram of an electric circuit wattmeter, energy meter and electrical load.
5.2 Prepare the circuit according to the circuit diagram user wattmeter and energy meter.
5.3 Record the energy measured by the energy meter and verify with that of calculated from wattmeter for a fixed time.
6 Show skill in grouping a number of cell to form a battery .
6.1 Sketch the connection diagram of 4 cells (1.5 V each) in series.
6.2 List the materials and equipment required for the experiment.
6.3 Connect the terminals of the cells according to the diagram.
6.4 Determine the terminal voltage of the group and verify it with the calculated result.
7 Make a simple Cell.
7.1 List the materials for constructing a simple cell.
7.2 Prepare electrolyte by diluting H2SO4 with distilled water on proper ratio.
7.3 Assemble the cell using required electrolyte and electrodes along with necessary materials.
7.4 Measure the emf of the cell.
8 Show skill in making artificial magnets.
8.1 Make an artificial magnet by rubbing method (Single touch)
8.2 Make an artificial magnet by divided touch method.
8.3 Make an artificial magnet by passing electrical current.
8.4 Detect the polarity of the produced artificial magnet with the help of a compass needle.
- Show skill in uses of hand tools, wires and cables.
9.1 List the hand tools used in electrical wiring.
9.2 Identify the hand tools used in electrical wiring.
9.3 Draw neat sketches of hand tools used in electrical wiring.
9.4 Identify different types of wires and cables.
9.5 Measure the diameter of the identified wire and cables using standard wire gauge.
- Show skill in making a duplex joint and a T-joint .
10.1 Sketch a duplex joint and a T-joint
10.2 Perform skinning and scraping of two pieces of PVC duplex cal and two pieces of simplex PVC cables.
10.3 Make the joints according to sketches.
10.4 Write a report.
11 Show skill in preparing wring circuit of two lamps controlled from the points separately.
11.1 Sketch a working circuit of two lamps controlled from two poin separately.
11.2 Make the wiring circuit using required materials and equipment a wiring board.
11.3 Test the connection of circuit by providing proper supply.
- Show skill in preparing wiring circuit of one lamp controlled from the points.
12.1 Sketch a working diagram of one lamp controlled by two SPD tumbler switches.
12.2 Complete the wiring circuit using required materials and equipment on wiring board.
12.3 Test the connection of circuit by providing proper supply.
13 Show skill in preparing wiring circuit of one bell with two indicating lamp controlled from two points.
13.1 Sketch a working diagram of one bell with two indicating lamps controlled by two push button switch.
13.2 Make the wiring circuit using required materials and equipment in wiring board.
13.3 Test the connection of circuit by providing proper supply.
- Show skill in preparing wiring circuit of a fluorescent tube light.
- Sketch a working diagram of a fluorescent tube light circuit.
- Make the connection of a fluorescent tube light circuit using required materials and equipment.
- Test the connection of the circuit by providing supply.
- A text book of Electrical Technology
¾ B. L. Theraja
- Basic Electricity
¾ Charles W Ryan
- Basic Electrical theory and Practice
- B. Babler
5722 ENGLISH – II T P C
2 2 3
After the completion of the course, learners will be able to develop-
* Reading and writing skills
* Grammatical accuracy with emphasis on spelling & punctuation
* Information Collection
* Creative Writing
* Effective Communication and Correspondence
Seen comprehension Marks 20
|3||Enriching the workforce|
Wonders Home and Abroad
|1||The Sangsad Bhaban|
|2||The Jamuna Multi-Purpose Bridge|
Modes of Communication
|5||The disabled among us|
Jobs and Professions
|2||How can I be self-employed?|
|3||Self-help a key to success|
|1||The world as a global village|
|3||Modern technology and globalization|
|6||Globalization and English|
N.B: The Unit mentioned refers to the Text Book (1st Paper) English for Today for class 11 – 12 by National Curriculum & Text Book Board, Dhaka.
GRAMMAR Marks 30
Pronouns & Determiners
|3||Modifier: Pick out modifiers, determiners, Infinitive, participles headword, in the sentence.
Question : A beautiful girl of Thirteen dances well.
: Headword: girl
Pre modifier – a, beautiful
Post modifier – of thirteen
Further Use of Preposition
|2||Use Appropriate Prepositions|
|Patterns of Sentence Structure||3. Sentence Structure ————
Question a) Analyse sentences
Exam : He goes to school.
Ans: Sub : He
Verb intransitive: goes
b) Make Sentence according to the structure
Question S+VI+Obi +Ob2
Answer : He called me a liar.
Idiom and Phrase
|9||Make Sentences with the idioms and Phrases in the following. (any five)|
|Changing Speech||Direct & indirect narration|
N.B: The Unit mentioned refers to the Text Book (2nd Paper) English Grammar and Composition for class XI – XII by National Curriculum & Text Book Board, Dhaka.
COMPOSITION marks 30
Area of interest: With hints/ key words
National, Social, Political Problems: Terrorism, Drug Addiction, Acid Violence, Dowry, Load shedding, Price Hike, Gender Discrimination, Traffic Jam, Deforestation etc.
Calamities: Drought, Erosion, Flood, Cyclone, Earth quake, Landslide etc.
National days and festivals: International Mother Language Day, Independence Day, Victory Day, Pahela Baishakh, May Day etc.
Scientific Development: Satellite, Optical Fiber, E-mail, Internet & Agricultural Development.
Environment Pollution: Water, Air, Sound, Global Warming.
Heritage sites: The Sundarbans, National Memorial, Cox’s Bazar Sea Beach, Bhashani Novo Theatre.
Industries: Garments, Textile, Poultry, Leather, Ceramics, Fertilizer.
- Writing a short composition
- Writing a formal letter/CV.
- Writing Letter ion about crermonies/festivals/Visits/Travels/Shopping.
- Writing Reports on work place of standard form/ instrument or Construction or fault on / instrument or Construction/ Repairing of instrument or Construction/ a situtation/event/incident.
- Writing letter to the print & Electronic media.
- Asking Questions : WH, Yes/No, Tag questions
- Conversations on real life situations
- a) Today’s market price
- b) About festival
- c) Preparation for the examination
- d) Last day of your Class.
- e) Visit to the place of interest
- f) Choice of profession
- g) Current Topics from Newspapers.
5912 PHYSICS-I T P C
3 3 4
- To provide the students a background of basic science i.e. Physics required for understanding technological subjects.
- To develop a working knowledge of common engineering and industrial materials and to enable to determine through experiments the properties of such materials.
- To develop through experiments an understanding of fundamental scientific concept.
- To develop a basic knowledge and concept of physical properties of common engineering and industrial materials.
Units; Vector and Scalar quantities; Motion and Equations of motion; Force and Newton’s Laws of motion; Gravity and Gravitation; Simple Harmonic motion; Hydrostatics; Surface tension and viscosity; Pressure, Sound: wave and sound Concepts and nature of sound, Velocity of sound, Ultrasonic.
- UNITS VECTOR AND SCALAR QUANTITIES
Understand vector and scalar quantities.
- List and identify the symbols of fundamental SI Unit and some derived SI Unit.
- Define vector quantities with examples.
- Define scalar quantities with examples.
- Show the various representations of the vector quantities; and representation of a vector by unit vector.
- Distinguish between vector and scalar quantities.
- Find and explain the resultant of two vectors in different directions.
- Resolve a vector into horizontal & vertical component.
- Explain the dot and cross product of two vectors.
- Projection of a vector.
- Define laws of triangle of vector.
- MOTION AND EQUATIONS OF MOTION
Understand motion and equations of motion.
- Define rest and motion.
- Classify motion.
- Define and explain displacement, speed, velocity, acceleration and retardation.
- Deduce the relationship between displacement, velocity, acceleration and retardation from these definitions.
- Distinguish between (i) speed and velocity (ii) velocity and acceleration.
- Projectile motion.
- Equation of motion of a freely moving body thrown obliquely vertically upward or motion of projectile.
3. Understand circular motion
3.1 Define circular motion.
3.2 Define angular velocity and linear velocity with their units.
3.3 Deduce the relation between angular velocity and linear velocity.
3.4 Define centripetal and centrifugal force with examples.
3.5 Prove centrifugal force =
3.6 Define and explain angular momentum, torque and moment of inertia.
3.7 Angular acceleration and relation between torque and angular acceleration.
- FORCE AND NEWTON‘S LAWS OF MOTION
Understand force and Newton’s laws of motion
- Define force.
- Define different units of force and their correlation and also mention the dimension of force.
- Define parallel force and a couple.
- Find out the resultant of parallel forces.
- Define inertia and momentum.
- Impulsive force and impulse of a force.
- Relation between impulse of force and momentum.
- State and prove the principals of conservation of momentum.
- State Newton’s laws of motion.
- Prove P=mf, from Newton’s 2nd law of motion.
- GRAVITY AND GRAVITATION
Understand gravity and gravitation.
- Define and explain the Kepler’s Law.
- Define gravity and gravitation.
- State the laws of gravity and gravitation.
- Define and determine the gravitational constant (G) and also mention its units and dimension.
- Define acceleration due to gravity ‘g’ and also mention its units and dimension.
- Discuss the variation of ‘g’ at different places.
- Define mass and weight with their units and dimension.
- Distinguish between mass and weight.
- Define and explain gravitational potential and escape velocity
- State and explain the laws of falling bodies and mention the equation of motion of a body when it is projected vertically upwards or downwards.
- SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION (SHM)
Understand simple harmonic motion.
- Define simple harmonic motion (SHM).
- State the characteristics of SHM.
- Describe a simple pendulum and a second pendulum.
- Define effective length, amplitude, phase, complete oscillation, period of oscillation, frequency.
- State and explain the laws of simple pendulum.
- Describe a compound pendulum.
- Discuss the conditions under which a pendulum clock will go slow or fast.
- Potential energy, kinetic energy and average potential and kinetic energy of a particle executing SMH.
- Principle of conservation of mechanical energy.
- WORK, POWER AND ENERGY
Understand work, power and energy.
- Define work, power and energy.
- State the units and dimensions of work, power and energy.
- State and prove the principle of the conservation of energy.
- Define potential energy (PE ) and kinetic energy ( KE ).
- Derive the equation of potential and kinetic energy.
- Show that the K.E. gained by a falling body is equal to the P.E. Lost by the body.
- Describe transformation of energy and work energy theorem.
- Recognize that the useful work can be found from:
Efficiency = ´ 100.
7.9 Describe conservative and non- conservative force.
Understand the concept of elasticity.
8.1 Name some of the general and special properties of matter.
8.2 Define Elasticity and Elastic limit.
8.3 Define perfectly elastic body and perfectly rigid body.
8.4 Define stress and strain with their units and dimensions.
8.5 State and explain the Hook’s law.
8.6 Describe various kinds of modulus of elasticity.
8.7 Mention the units and dimensions of modulus of elasticity.
8.8 Define Poisson’s ratio and work done in deforming a body or potential energy.
8.9 Elastic behavior of a solid and stress- strain graph.
9. Understand Friction
9.1 Define friction.
9.2 Describe the different kinds of friction.
9.3 Define the laws of static friction.
9.4 Define the co-efficient of static friction.
9.5 Describe the angle of static friction and angle of repose.
9.6 Describe the laws of kinetic friction.
9.7 State the co-efficient and angle of kinetic friction.
9.8 Show that the co-efficient of static friction is equal to the tangent of angle of repose.
9.9 Describe an experiment to determine the co-efficient of static friction.
9.10 State the merits and demerits of friction.
Understand behavior of fluids.
10.1 Define pressure as force per unit area and state that it is measured in N/m2 or Pa (Pascal).
10.2 State characteristics of liquid pressure.
10.3 Establish that pressure at a point in a fluid is dependent upon the density of the fluid, the depths in the fluid and acceleration due to gravity.
10.4 Surface tension and surface energy, Angle of contact.
10.5 Capillarity and theory of capillarity.
10.6 Viscosity and co-efficient of viscosity.
10.7 Necessity of viscosity.
- Wave and Sound
11.1 Wave and wave motion.
- Transverse wave and longitudinal wave.
- Some definitions relating waves.
- Progressive wave and stationary waves.
- Equation of progressive wave.
- Sound and production of sound.
- Sound is a longitudinal traveling wave.
- Interference of sound: Constructive and Destructive interference.
- Mathematical analysis of interference of sound.
- Define beats and Mechanism of formation of beats.
Understand nature and behavior of sound.
12.1 Identify that sound is produced by vibration and travels through a medium as a longitudinal wave.
- Distinguish between the production and behavior of longitudinal and transverse waves.
- Recognize that sound can be produced of different pitches (frequencies) & that the human ear has an audible frequency range covering approximately 20 Hz to 20 KHz.
- State the approximate frequency range for
- infrasonic sound
- Ultrasonic (supersonic) sound.
- Explain how sound is absorbed, reflected & refracted by different types of surface.
- Describe the practical uses of echo sounding devices.
- Define velocity of sound.
- State the velocity of sound at NTP in still air.
- Compare the effects of pressure, temperature & humidity on the velocity of sound in air.
- Doppler Effect and Expression for the change of frequency or pitch due to Doppler Effect.
Observations and Measurements
- Determine accurate diameter/side of an object using vernier calipers.
- Measure the area of cross section of a wire by micrometer screw gage.
- Measure the thickness of a glass plate by speedometer.
- Verify the law of parallelogram of forces by a force board.
- Draw L-T2 graph and determine the value of “g” by using a simple pendulum.
- Determine the coefficient of static friction.
- Determine Young’s modulus of a steel wire by Searle’s apparatus.
- Determine gravity of a solid heavier than and insoluble in water by hydrostatic balance.
- Determine specific gravity of a liquid by specific gravity bottle.
- Determine velocity of sound by resonance air column method.
5921 MATHEMATICS – II T P C
3 3 4
- To enable in solving the simultaneous equations with the help of determinant and matrix.
- To make understand the exponential series.
- To enable to calculate the areas of regular polygons , hexagons, octagon, hydraulic mean depth (HMD) of a channel, area occupied by water of circular culvert. excavation work.
- To provide the ability to calculate volume of regular solids like pyramid frustum of pyramid, prismoid, wedge and area of curved surfaces .
Algebra: Determinants, Matrix, Partial Fractions, Exponential Series.
Trigonometry: Inverse circular functions, Properties of triangle and solution of triangles.
Menstruation: Area of rectangles, squares, triangles, quadrilaterals, parallelograms, rhombus, trapezium, circle, sector, segment; Volume of rectangular solids, prism, parallelepiped , pyramids, cones , spheres, frustum of pyramid and cone; Area of curved surface of prism. Cylinder cone, pyramid and frustum of cone.
- Apply determinants to solve simultaneous equations.
- Expand a third order determinant.
- Define minor and co-factors.
- State the properties of determinants.
- Solve the problems of determinants.
- Apply Cramer’s rule to solve the linear equation.
- Apply partial fraction to break the numerator and denominator.
- Define matrix, null matrix, unit matrix, square matrix. column matrix, row matrix, inverse matrix, transpose matrix, adjoin matrix, rank of a matrix, singular matrix.
- Explain equality, addition and multiplication of matrix.
- Find the rank of a matrix.
- solve the problems of the following types:
- Solve the given set of linear equations with the help of matrix.
- Find the transpose and adjoin matrix of a given matrix.
- Solve problems using binomial theorem
- Define proper and improper fractions.
- Resolve in to partial fraction of the followings types :
- Denominator having a non-repeated linear factor.
- Denominator having a repeated linear factor.
- Denominator having a quadratic factors.
- Denominator having a combination of repeated, non-repeated and quadratic factors.
- Understand exponential series.
- Define e.
- Prove that e is finite and lies between 2 and 3.
- Prove that e x =+++……. to µ
- Solve problems of the followings types :
- i) + + + ……… to µ
- ii) + + + + ……. to µ
- Apply the concept of inverse circular function.
- Explain the term inverse circular function and principal value of a trigonometrical ratio.
- Deduce mathematically the fundamental relations of different circular functions.
- Convert a given inverse circular function in terms of other functions.
- Prove mathematically
- tan –1 x + tan –1 y = tan –1 .
- tan –1 x + tan –1 y + tan –1 z = tan –1
- sin –1 x + sin –1 y = sin –1
- 2 tan –1 x = sin –1 =cos–1 =tan–1
- Solve problems of the following types.
- 2 tan –1 + tan –1 =
- cos tan –1 cot sin –1 x = x.
- Prove that the area of the segment cut from a circle of radius r by a chord at a distance d from the centre is given by K= r 2 cos –1 –
- Apply the principle of properties of triangles.
- Prove the followings identities :
- i) = = =2R .
- ii) a 2 = b 2 +c 2 – 2bc cos A
iii) a = b cos C – c cos B .
- D = bc sin A.
- Establish the followings.
- a) tan =
- b) tan = cot
- c) D =
- Solve the problems of the following types:
- Prove cos (B – C) + cos A =
- An object experiences two forces F1 and F2 of magnitude 9 and 13 Newtons with an angle 1000 between their directions. Find the magnitude of the resultant R.
- Apply the concept of area of triangle.
- Find the area of triangle in the form,
- A=, a = length of a side of equilateral triangle.
- A= , where a= length of equal sides,
c= third side.
- A=, where a, b, c = length of the sides of a triangle and 2s is the perimeter of the triangle.
- Use formula in 7.1 to solve problems.
- Apply the concept of finding areas of quadrilateral & Parallelogram.
- Define quadrilateral & Parallelogram.
- Find the areas of quadrilateral when off sets are given.
- Find the areas of a parallelogram.
- Solve problems using above formulae.
- Apply the concept of finding areas of rhombus & trapezium.
- Define rhombus & trapezium.
- Find the areas of rhombus when the diagonals are given.
- Find the areas of trapezium in terms of its parallel sides and the perpendicular distance between them.
- Solve problems related to rhombus & trapezium.
- Apply the concept of finding areas of regular polygon.
- Define a regular polygon.
- Find the area of a regular polygon of n sides, when
- the length of one side and the radius of inscribed circle are given.
- the length of one side and the radius of circumscribed circle are given.
- Find the area of a regular .
- a) hexagon
when length of side is given.
- Solve problems of the followings types:
A hexagonal polygon 6 m length of each side has a 20 cm width road surrounded the polygon. Find the area of the road.
- Understand areas of circle , sector and segment.
- Define circle, circumference, sector and segment.
- Find the circumference and area of a circle when its radius is given.
- Find the area of sector and segment of a circle.
- Solve problems related to the above formulae.
- Apply the concept of volume of a rectangular solid.
- Define rectangular solid and a cube.
- Find geometrically the volume of a rectangular solid when its length, breadth and height are given.
- Find the volume and diagonal of a cube when side is given.
- Solve problems with the help of 12.2 & 12.3.
- Apply the concept of the volume of a prism and a parallelepiped.
- Define a prism, parallelepiped and a cylinder.
- Find the volume of prism, parallelepiped and cylinder when base and height are given.
- Solve problems related to 13.2.
- Apply the concept of the volume of pyramid, cone and sphere.
- Define pyramid, cone and sphere.
- Explain the formula for volume of pyramid, cone and sphere.
- Solve problems related to 14.2.
- Apply the concept of surface area of prism, cylinder and cone.
- Explain the formulae for areas of curved surfaces of prism cylinder and cone.
- Solve problems related to15.1.
6621 Computer application –1 T P C
0 6 2
- To develop skill to use computer and computer operating system.
- To perform skill on using word processing software packages to create documents.
- To perform skill on using presentation software packages for documents presentation..
- To perform skill on using Internet and e-mail for sending and receiving documents.
Computer hardware System, Operating Systems, perating system environment, Customizing and configuring operating System files; Utility software and Anti viruses; Fundamentals of word processing; Create Simple documents; Print and preview the document; Manage files; Format the documents; Merge files; skill on presentation software, skill on Internet, e-mail and web browsing.
- Show skill on computer hardware.
- Identify the main components of Personal Computer.
- Identify the CPU components and commonly used I/O devices and memories.
- Identify Primary and secondary storage devices & demonstrate the maintenance of the devices.
- Identify the allied equipment used with PC system(UPS, Stabilizer band IPS).
- Make the cable connection of PC system, UPS and printer with power line.
- Turn ON the power Switch and demonstrate booting effect of PC system.
- Practice on windows operating system environment.
- Observe the windows Screen and identify each item on desktop.
- Show the function of start button & taskbar.
- Start and quit programs.
- Switch between programs.
- Open and close a document.
- Find something using find command.
- Start a program by using run command.
- Practice on customizing and configuring windows operating system.
- Change system setting (say, system date, time, password, etc).
- Configure the taskbar, shortcuts, desktop items etc.
- Install driver software & configure printer, plotter, mouse & other PC equipment.
- Use windows explorer for copy, move, delete or rename files and folder.
- Add items to the start menu.
- Create a shortcut on the desktop.
- Customize windows i.e. desktop colors, patterns, wallpaper, screen saver, etc.
- Practice on advance features of windows operating system and disk utilities.
- Use windows efficiently (i.e. copying, moving files quickly).
- Organize your applications into groups (i.e. creating & deleting a group).
- Install a new application program.
- Back up, compare and restore files.
- Freeze disk space (i.e. check your system’s disk space, delete unnecessary files).
- Practice on Disk Operating System(DOS).
- Restart the computer in DOS mode.
- use internal and external DOS commands.
- Create,delete and view directories.
- Change directories.
- Use wild card in DOS mode.
- Perform skill in managing disk.
- Format and unformat a disk.
- Create a system disk.
- Make a system disk.
- Restore directories and files.
- Recover files from defective disks.
- Perform skill in working with files and folder.
- Organize files and folders.
- Copy files (copy a single file, a group of files).
- Rename a file.
- Delete files (delete a single file, a group of files).
- Copy directories & sub directories.
- Show directories such as directory tree directory name, paths, and the current directory.
- Perform skill in working with utilities software and anti viruses.
- Run anti virus software (say Toolkit, Norton Anti virus, PC cillin, Kaspersky etc) and scan for viruses.
- Protect the computer from viruses.
- Run utility software such as PC, Tools, NC, NU, etc.
- Use utility software for copying, renaming, deleting and moving folders or files.
- Develop keyboard skills by standard touch typing rules using typing tutor packages.
- project1: Connect each part of a personal computer(PC) ,operate it with windows operating system and install / uninstall programs/soft
- Practice on creating a simple document using word processor.
- Open windows based word processor and identify the different elements of the editing window.
- Type text, edit text using word processor.
- Select text and modify the text.
- Save the document then quit & reopen the document.
- Copy, move, and delete text.
- Copy from one word document to another.
- Practice on working with graphics and drawing.
- Import graphics using insert picture command.
- Use clipboard to insert art.
- Resize graphics, crop graphics with mouse and with picture command.
- Open drawing tools bar.
- Draw a textbox and write text to it.
- Draw graphs using different objects from the drawing tools bar.
- Group, Ungroup, rotate and flip objects.
- Fill drawn items with different color, change line styles, arrow heads, line colors & shades of gray.
- Show skill on managing file.
- Open previously saved documents.
- Open documents form or within word.
- Open non-word documents.
- Open documents as read only.
- Find files, searching by file names, dealing with large lists, Searching inside documents.
- Save under a different file name and save to other location.
- Save in non-word formats.
- Make backup files for safe keeping and recover damaged file.
- Show skill on formatting a document.
- Change document margins.
- Set margin with the page setup dialog box.
- Drag margins in pint preview.
- Pint in the margins.
- Repaginate documents.
- Force page breaks and force paragraphs to start on a new page.
- Move and delete page breaks.
- Keep things (lines, paragraphs, etc.) together on a page .
- Show skill in selecting characters and fonts.
- Format the character with the formatting toolbar.
- Create and use different options of font dialog box.
- Create keyboard shortcuts for character formatting.
- Underline text (double, single, dotted, etc) and create bold Italicized character.
- Expand and condense character spacing.
- Create superscripts and subscripts and color character.
- Demonstrate the change case command.
- Remove and toggle to remove character formatting.
- Type special characters and symbols using the symbol command.
- Bullet the existing paragraphs.
- Type new bullet lists, change bullet styles and specify custom bullets.
- Practice on paragraphs, line spacing, borders and shading.
- Create paragraphs and split text into multiple paragraph.
- Join and delete paragraphs.
- Format the paragraph with the formatting toolbar, paragraph dialog box & keyboard shortcuts.
- Index paragraphs automatically and index with the ruler, toolbar keyboard shortcuts and with paragraph dialog box.
- Align and justify text and a adjust the space between lines such as single spacing, double spacing etc.
- Create and remove borders and shading.
- Create lines with the border command.
- Show the border toolbar.
- Show custom border and lines increase the space between border and text.
- Practice on tables and Perform skill in modifies table design.
- Create a simple table using table button & table menu.
- Enter and edit text in a table.
- Select cells, columns, rows group of cells and the whole table.
- Add rows at the end and in the middle of a table, than delete rows.
- Change row heights, and resize rows with cell height and width.
- Change the spacing between rows.
- Insert columns at the right edge and in the middle of a table, then delete the columns.
- Change column and cell width with the ruler and the auto fit bottom.
- Marge cells.
- Change the space between columns merge different cells.
- Project 2 : Create a complete document(such as a personal bio-data) with MS Word in Bengali and English using all necessary formating with graphics,table and save it in a created folder.
- Practice on previewing & printing.
- Connect printer to computer and keep paper in the printer tray.
- Open page setup dialogue box and set the paper size.
- Show print preview to adjust document.
- Open print dialog box options to print document.
- Show, use and leave print dialog box.
19 Create a powerpoint Presentation .
19.1 Identify the different components of MS powerpoint package.
19.2 Design templates.,colour schemes, animation schemes etc.
19.3 Add/delete slides in the Presentation .
19.4 Add pictures, graphs, charts and other objects into slides.
19.5 Animate text and other objects in a very attractive way or motion.
19.6 Save and execute the slides.
20 Enhance powerpoint Presentation.
20.1 Use sound effects and custom path of animation effects in the Presentation
20.2 Add video clips.
20.3 View slides of powerpoint Presentation in different ways(for exmple outlining,slide shorer etc.).
20.4 Reorder slides on the outline tab.
20.5 Preview and print the Presentation .
- Perform attracive Presentation using MS powerpoint.
21.1 Customize slide show setup for a prticulr audiance.
2 1.2 Setup a slide show, rehashing and timing of a Presentation .
21.3 Review and adjust slide timing as per requirements.
21.4 Perform skill on Packaging for CD and Show the Presentation .
- Perform skill on Internet applications.
22.1 Connect to the Inernet using dial up or broadband connection.
22.2 Identify the different components of browsing softwares like Internet explorer, mozila firefox etc.
22.3 Browse and visit the reputed websites all over the world.
22.4 Use the search engines for searching informaion on the web.
22.5 Read news papers from the Internet.
- Perform skill on Electronic mailing system.
23.1 Create an e-mail account (on yahoo, hotmail, gmail etc.)
23.2 Compose an e-mail message.
23.3 Attach file to an e-mail message and open an attached file.
23.5 Send and receive e-mil messages by using your created account..
23.6 Delete messages temporarily and permanently.
23.5 Sign out from your created e-mail account.
6721 ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT – 1 T P C
3 3 4
- To understand the concept of network theorems.
- To develop understanding of AC fundamentals.
- To understand the fundamental principles of single phase AC circuit in solving the different circuit problems.
- To develop skill in measuring current, voltage and power in RL, RC and RLC circuits.
Network theorem-circuit parameters; Electrical network; Kirchhoff’s Law; Thevenin’s theorem; Norton’s theorem; Super position theorem; Recipricity theorem; Maxwell’s theorem; Maximum power transfer theorem; Single phase AC circuits; Principles of basic circuits; Vectors; Impedance triangle; Power and power factor.
NETWORK THOREM(DC Only)
- Understand circuit parameters
1.1 Define circuit parameters.
1.2 List the circuit parameters.
1.3 State the different circuit parameters.
1.4 Name the unit of circuit parameters.
- Interpret Electric Network
2.1 Explain different types of electric networks.
2.2 List the different types of electric networks.
2.3 Compare the active and passive network.
2.4 Explain the current and voltage source in electric network.
2.5 Give example of current source & voltage source.
- Apply the principle circuit theorems
3.1 Explain Kirchhoff’s current and voltage Law.
3.2 Solve problems with KCL & KVL.
3.3 Explain Thevenin’s theorem.
3.4 Solve problems related to Thevenin’s theorem.
3.5 Explain Super position theorem.
3.6 Solve problems related to Super position theorem.
3.7 Explain Norton’s theorem.
3.8 Solve problems related to Norton’s theorem.
3.9 Explain Maxwell’s theorem.
3.10 Solve problems related Maxwell’s theorem.
3.11 Explain Recipricity theorem.
3.12 Solve problems related to Recipricity theorem.
3.13 Explain Maximum power transfer theorem .
3.14 Solve problems related Maximum power transfer theorem.
- Apply the principle of Star/Delta convertion
4.1 Explain Star/Delta convertion.
4.2 Convert star connected resistors to delta connection and delta connected resistors to star connection.
4.3. Solve problems related to Star/Delta convertion.
SINGLE PHASE AC CIRCUIT
- Understand the concepts of AC circuit.
5.1 Explain AC circuit.
5.2 State the importance of AC circuit in the field of electricity.
5.3 List the advantages and disadvantages of AC circuit.
- Apply the concept of AC fundamentals
6.1 Explain the generation of AC voltage.
6.2 Derive the equation: e = EmaxSinωt
6.3 Construct a Sine wave in relation to emf generation.
6.4 Define cycle, frequency & time period.
6.5 Show the relation : f =
6.6 List the commercial frequency of different countries.
6.7 Explain phase & phase difference with diagram.
6.8 Related solve problems.
- Apply the concept of alternating quantities and rms values.
7.1 Define instantaneous values, average and maximum values of alternating quantities.
7.2 Generalize the rms values.
7.3 Define form factor and peak factor.
7.4 Solve problems on instantaneous, average and rms values.
7.5 Define ohmic resistance, effective resistance and skin effect.
7.6 Compare ohmic & effective resistance.
VECTORS AND COMPLEX QUANTITIES.
- Apply the principles of vectors and vector quantities.
8.1 Define vector quantities.
8.2 EXplain vector representation of alternating voltage and current.
8.3 Explain vector in Polar form.
8.4 Explain vector in Rectangular form.
8.5 Formulate the relation between vectors expressed rectangular and polar co-ordinate.
8.6 Solve problems relating to vector sum & difference, multiplicayion and division.
SINGLE PHASE CIRCUIT
- Apply the concept of AC circuiit consist of pure resistance, pure inductance and pure capacitances.
9.1 Sketch a circuit containing pure Resistance.
9.2 Explain the vector & phasor diagram of a pure resistive circuit.
9.3 Equate the current and voltage relation in pure resistive circuit.
9.4 Sketch a circuit containing pure Inductance.
9.5 Explain the vector & phasor diagram of pure Inductive circuit.
9.6 Evaluate inductive reactance, current and voltage relation in pure Inductive circuit.
9.7 Sketch a circuit containing pure Capacitance.
9.8 Explain the vector & phasor diagram of pure Capacitive circuit.
9.9 Formulate the capacitive reactance.
9.10 Simplify the current and voltage relation in pure Capacitive circuit.
- Apply the concept of AC series circuittontaining resistance, inductance and capacitance.
10.1 Draw the circuit containing resistance and inductance in series.
10.2 Explain the vector & phasor diagram in RL series circuit.
10.3 Formulate the impedance, current and voltage drop in RL series circuit.
10.4 Draw the impedance triangle in RL series circuit.
10.5 Draw the RC series circuit.
10.6 Explain the vector & phasor diagram in RC series circuit.
10.7 Formulate the impedance, current and voltage drop in RC series circuit.
10.8 Draw the impedance triangle of RC series circuit.
10.9 Solve problems on RL & RC series circuits.
10.10 Sketch a circuit containing resistance, inductance and capacitance in series.
10.11 Explain the vector & phasor diagram of RLC series circuit.
10.12 Draw the impedance triangle of RLC series circuit.
10.13 Calculate the inductive reactance, capacitive reactance, total impedance, current &voltage drops in RLC series circuit.
10.14 Solve problems on RLC series circuit.
- Apply the concept of power &power in AC circuit.
11.1 Define power, power factor, active & reactive power.
11.2 Calculate power and power factor of pure Resistive circuit.
11.3 Calculate power and power factor of pure Inductive circuit.
11.4 Calculate power and power factor of pure Capacitive circuit.
11.5 Calculate power, power factor, active & reactive power of RL, RC & RLC series circuit.
11.6 Explain the power diagram of R, L, C, RL, RC & RLC series circuit.
11.7 Solve problems on power & power factor of different series circuit.
1 Show skill in using oscilloscope in measuring AC voltage & frequency.
1.1 Select the oscilloscope.
1.2 Select required tools and equipment.
1.3 Identify the control & function knobs of oscilloscope
1.4 Set the function knobs of oscilloscope as instructed.
1.5 Identify the control & function knobs of a signal generator.
1.6 Set the function knobs as instructed
1.7 Check all connections.
2 Show skill in verifying kerchief’s laws.
2.1 Select experiment circuit, components, meters and necessary materials.
2.2 Construct a series-parallel circuit.
2.3 Select the series section of the circuit.
2.4 Verify Kirchhoff’s voltage law.
2.5 Select the parallel section of the circuit.
2.6 Verify Kirchhoff’s current law.
3 Show skill in verifying Thevenin’s theorem.
3.1 Select an experiment circuit.
3.2 Select tools, equipment and circuit.
3.3 Construct the circuit as per diagram.
3.4 Mark the circuit as per diagram.
3.5 Measure open circuit voltage across the points.
3.6 Measure the equivalent resistance from the two points with appropriate condition.
3.7 Record Thevenin voltage and resistance.
3.8 Verify the data with the theoretical calculation.
4 Show skill in verifying Norton’s theorem.
4.1 Select an experiment circuit.
4.2 Select tools, equipment and circuit.
4.3 Construct the circuit as per diagram.
4.4 Mark the points for Norton’s equivalence.
4.5 Measure short circuit current at the points.
4.6 Measure the equivalent resistanc/conductance at the points with appropriate condition.
5 Show skill in verifying Superpostion theorem.
5.1 Select an experiment-circuit.
5.2 Select tools, equipment and materials.
5.3 Construct the circuit with at least two sources of power supply.
5.4 Select a branch for superposition.
5.5 Activate one source at a time making other sources short circuited.
5.6 Measure the current though the selected branch.
5.7 Repeat the steps with all the .sources.
5.8 Add all the measured current algebraically for the selected branch.
5.9 Measure the current though the branch activating all the sources.
5.10 Compare the measured value with that of calculated value.
6 Show skill in verifying Reciprocity theorem.
6.1 Select an experiment-circuit.
6.2 Select tools, equipment and materials.
6.3 Connect the source.
6.4 Interchange the Source and Ammeter.
6.5 Repeat the process for another point.
7 Show skill in maximam power transfer theorem.
7.1 Select an experiment-circuit.
7.2 Select tools, equipment and materials.
7.3 Connect the source according to circuit dirgum.
7.4 Record and Completing data.
7.5 calculate the PL(Lood power) using PL=lL2 RL eqution.
7.6 verify maximum power transfer theorem.
8 Show skill in measuring effective resistance of a coll.
8.1 Draw the circuit diagram for determining the effective resistance.
8.2 Collect tools & equipment.
8.3 Correct the circuit according to the circuit diagram using proper equipment.
8.4 Check all connection points before actual operation.
8.5 Connect DC supply and record readings.
8.6 Calculate Ohmic resistance from the formula by recording relevant data:Rdc=Pdc/l2dc
8.8 Determine effective resistance from the formula Rac=Pac/l2ac
8.9 Compere the Ohmic resistance and effective resistance and find the raatio.
9 Show skill in determining the values of resistance & inductance and drow the vector diagram of RL series circuit.
9.1 Sketch the circuit diagram for determining resistance and inductance of a RL series circuit.
9.2 Collect tools, equipment and materials for the experiment.
9.3 Connect the circuit according to the circuit diagram using proper .
9.4 Check all connection points before actual operation.
9.5 Apply proper voltage & record readings from the meter.
9.6 Find the value of resistance & phase angle from relevant data.
9.7 Sketch the vector diagram with the relevant data as obtains.
10 Show skill in determining the values of resistance & capacitance and drawing vector diagram of RC series circuit .
10.1 Sketch the circuit diagram for RC series circuit.
10.2 Collect tools, equipment and materials for the experiment.
10.3 Connect the circuit according to the circuit diagram using proper equipment.
10.4 Check all connection points before actual operation & apply the voltage and record the relevant readings.
10.5 Determine the value if resistance, capacitance & phase angle from the data .
10.6 Sketch the vector diagram with the help of relevant data as obtained.
- Show skill in determining the values of resistance & inductance, capacitance and drow the vector diagram from of RLC series circuit..
11.1 Sketch the circuit diagram for RLC series circuit
11.2 List tools, equipment and materials and for the experiment.
11.3 Connect the circuit according to the circuit diagram using proper Equipment.
11.4 Check all Connection points before actual operation.
11.5 Apply proper power supply to the circuit and record the readings from the meter.
11.6 Determine the values of resistance, inductance, capacitance and phase angle from the relevant data.
11.7 Verify the supply voltage is equal to the vector sum of voltage drop in each parameters.
11.8 Sketch the vector diagram with the help of relevant data as obtained.
12 Show skills in determining power factor of a RLC series circuit and drawing vector diagram.
12.1 Sketch the circuit diagram for RlC series circuit.
12.2 Collect tools, equipment and materials for the experiment
12.3 Connect the circuit according to the circuit diagram using proper equipment.
12..4 Check all connection point before actual operation.
12.5 Apply proper power supply to the circuit and record the readings from the meter .
12.6 Determine the value of phase angle and power factor from the relevant data .
12.7 Sketch the vector diagram with the relevant data.
A text book of Electrical Technology—- B.L The raja
Introduction to electrical Engineering —- V.K Mehta.
A.C Circuit— Corcoran
6722 ADVANCE ELECTRICITY T P C
3 3 4
- To acquire knowledge and skill of wiring.
- To develop understanding constructional details and working principles of electric lamps.
- To develop understanding about earthing.
- To develop understanding about controlling and protective devices.
- To develop understanding the principles of electro-magnetic induction.
- To develop skill in connecting lamps, switches and other necessary devices in an electric circuit.
- To acquire knowledge about Non-conducting materials, Resistive materials, Solid liquid insulating materials.
Advance wiring; Electric lamps; Earthing; Controlling and protective devices; lightning Droppat cutout Magnetization of magnetic materials; Hysteresis and eddy current loss; Energy stored in magnetic field, Non-conducting materials, Resistive materials, Solid liquid insulating materials
- Understand the types of electrical wiring.
- List of residential wiring.
- Describe the high rising residential building.
- Describe the high rising commercial building.
- Explain the indoor and outdoor wiring.
- Distinguish between indoor and outdoor wiring.
- Draw the wiring layout of a residential building.
- Draw the wiring layout of a commercial residential building.
- Describe the electrical building symbol.
- Understand the constructional details and working principles of different types of electric lamps.
- Explain the different types of lamps.
- Explain the working principle of tungsten filament lamp .
- Explain constructional details of tungsten filament lamp.
- Show diagrammatically the circuit of a fluorescent lamp and its auxiliary components.
- Describe the working principle of a fluorescent lamp stating the function of the choke coil and starter.
- Discuss advantages and disadvantages of fluorescent lamp.
- Describe the detail circuit diagram of a electronically controlled fluorescent lamp.
- Discuss the advantages of electronically controlled fluorescent lamp.
- Explain the working principle of sodium vapour and mercury vapour lamps.
- Explain constructional details of Sodium Vapour & Mercury Vapour lamp.
- Show diagrammatically with the auxiliary components the circuit diagram of sodium vapour and mercury vapour lamps.
- List the uses of sodium vapour and mercury vapour lamps.
- Describe constructional details of a compact fluorescent lamp.
- Explain working principle of a compact fluorescent lamp.
- Understand the construction and uses of controlling and protective devices.
- State the meaning of controlling and protective devices.
- Describe the constructional features and uses of tumbler switch, iron clad switch, push button switch, gang operated switch etc.
- Explain the meaning and uses of SPST, SPDT, DPST, DPDT, TPST switch.
- List different types of fuses used in electrical wiring.
- Describe the construction and uses of renewable fuses.
- Describe the construction and uses of MCB and its advantages.
- Give reasons for the uses of a lightening arrester
- Give reasons for the uses of a droop out fuse in distribution system.
- Understand the concepts of earthing.
- List at least three elements required for earthing.
- Discuss the factors to be considered in performing earthing.
- Explain and sketch pipe, plate, sheet and rod earthing.
- Describe the principle and operation of earth testes.
- Describe the measure of earth resistance.
- Explain the earth resistance range in different installation.
- Understand the phenomenon of dynamically induced emf.
- Explain dynamically induced emf.
- Deduce the formula of dynamically induced emf.
- Solve problems related to dynamically induced emf.
- Understand the phenomenon of statically induced emf.
- Explain self induced emf.
- Define Coefficient of self-induction by First, Second and Third method for self-inductance (L).
- Apply the formula obtained by First, Second and Third Method to find L of iron core.
- Explain Mutual Inductance (M).
- Define coefficient of self-induction by First, Second and Third Method for (M).
- Apply the formula obtained by First, Second and Third method to find out Mutual Inductance (M).
- Understand the concept of co-efficient of coupling.
- Explain co-efficient of coupling.
- Deduce the expression for co-efficient of coupling.
- Solve problems on mutual inductance and co-efficient of coupling.
- Understand how Inductance are connected in series.
- Define the expression for inductance in series.
- Derive the expression for inductance in series.
- Solve problems on inductance in series.
- Understand the principle of magnetization of magnetic materials.
- Explain magnetization properties of materials.
- Prepare a list of magnetic materials.
- Describe the properties of iron, steel and other magnetic materials.
- List the uses of magnetic materials.
- Understand cycles of magnetization.
- Explain cycle of magnetization.
- Draw magnetization (B-H) curve.
- Mention applications of B-H curve.
- Understand the concept of hysteresis loss.
- Define magnetic hysteresis.
- Explain hysteresis loss.
- Explain hysteresis loop.
- Determine ares of hysteresis loop.
- Deduce the expression for energy loss in one cycle of magnetization per cubic meter.
- State the uses of hysteresis loss curves.
- Understand the concepts of Steinmetz’s hysteresis law.
- State steinmetz’s hysteresis law.
- Explain Steinmetz’s hysteresis law.
- Derive the formula for hysteresis loss on the basis of the Steinmentz’s law.
- Solve prolens on hysteresis loss related to Steinmentz’s law.
- Understand the concept of eddy current loss and their minimization.
- Define eddy current loss.
- Discuss the methods for minimization of eddy current loss.
- Describe the expression for eddy current loss.
- Solve problems related to eddy current loss.
- Understand the concept of energy-stored in a magnetic fields.
- Explain the principle of energy stored in a magnetic field.
- Drive the expression for energy stored in a magnetic field.
- Solve problems related to energy stored in a magnetic circuit.
- Explain the lifting power of electromagnet.
- Mention the application of lifting power of electromagnet.
- Differentiate the conducting non-conducting materials.
15.1 Define conducting, non-conducting and semi-conducting materials.
15.2 Distinguish between non-conducting and semi-conducting materials.
15.3 List at least three items from each group of materials.
15.4 Define resistivity of materials.
15.5 Define temperature co-efficient and melting point.
15.6 Define malleability, conductivity and tensile-stress.
15.7 List the factors affecting resistivity of metal.
15.8 Describe the mechanical properties and resistivity of hard and annealed copper, aluminium, low and high tensile steel.
15.9 Define contact materials.
15.10 Describe the physical and electrical properties of silver, tungsten, carbon and copper.
15.11 Explain the use of copper and graphite as materials for brushes.
15.12 Compare the advantages of using copper and graphite as brush material.
- Know high resistive materials.
16.1 Define the term high resistivity.
16.2 State general properties of nichrome, eureka, manganin and German silver.
16.3 State composition of nichrome, eureka, manganin and German silver.
16.4 List uses of high resistive materials.
16.5 Define fuse, metal and alloys.
16.6 List the name of metal and alloys to be used fuse material.
16.7 Compare the advantage of using metals and alloys as fuse materials.
- Understand the concepts of magnetic-materials.
17.1 Define magnetic materials, soft magnetic material and hard magnetic materials
17.2 Classify the magnetic materials as diamagnetic, paramagnetic and ferromagnetic types.
17.3 Name the types of soft and hard magnetic materials.
17.4 Describe the characteristic features of soft magnetic materials.
17.5 Describe composition and properties of hard magnetic materials.
17.6 List the uses of hard and soft magnetic materials.
- Understand the concepts of insulating materials.
18.1 Describe insulating materials.
18.2 State the importance of insulating materials.
18.3 State the basis of classifying insulating materials.
18.4 Interpret the classification of insulating material on the basis temperature.
18.5 State the criteria for selection of proper insulating materials.
18.6 List the properties of an ideal insulating material.
18.7 State electrical properties of insulating materials.
18.8 Name the normal range for the resistivity of a low grade, medium grade and high grade insulating materials.
18.9 State the effect of temperature on the insulating material.
18.10 Write down the factors for the electric breakdown strength of insulating material.
18.11 State the temperature limit for class “C” and class “F” insulating materials.
18.12 Name an insulating material which an withstand temperature higher than 1800 C.
18.13 State the effect of moisture on the insulating material.
18.14 Define Loss angle with respect to an insulating material.
- Understand the characteristics of solid insulating materials.
19.1 List the solid insulating materials.
19.2 List the Fibrous type of insulating materials.
19.3 State the properties and application of cotton, varnish, cloth insulating materials.
19.4 compare the properties and application of cotton, varnish, cloth and silk insulating materials.
19.5 State the properties of impregnated paper insulation.
19.6 List the application of impregnated paper insulating materials.
19.7 State the properties of glass and asbestos insulation.
19.8 List the application of glass and asbestos insulation.
19.9 Write down the properties and applications of ceramic/procelain insulating materials.
19.10 List two types of Mica insulating materials.
19.11 State the properties and applications of Mica.
19.12 Write down the properties of Poly ISO Butyle (PIB) insulating materials.
19.13 State the properties of cross Link Poly Ethylene (XLPE) insulating materials.
19.14 List the applications of Poly ISO Butyle and cross Link Poly Ethylene insulating materials.
19.15 State the reasons for giving due importance to the mechanical properties of insulating materials.
20.0 Understand the characteristics of Liquid Insulating Materials.
20.1 State the properties of insulating oil.
20.2 State the physical properties of liquid insulating material.
20.3 Write down the electrical properties of liquid insulating material.
20.4 State thermal properties of liquid insulating material.
20.5 Write down the causes of failure of insulation in oil.
20.6 Explain the testing of di-electric strength of liquid insulating materials.
20.7 Compare the advantage and disadvantage of liquid insulating materials.
- Show skill in connecting one lamp controlled from two/three different points.
- Sketch a working diagram of one lamp controlled by two SPDT tumbler switches.
- Connect the circuit using required materials and equipment in wiring board.
- Test the connection of circuit by applying proper supply.
- Write a report on connecting one lamp controlled from two different points.
- Show skill in connecting one calling bell with four indicating lamps controlled from four points.
- Sketch the working wiring diagram of one calling bell with two indicating lamps controlled by two push button switch.
- Connect the circuit using required materials and equipment in wiring board.
- Test the connection of the circuit by applying proper supply.
- Write a report connecting one calling bell with two indicating lamps controlled from two points.
- Show skill in connecting a ceiling fan in a circuit.
- Sketch the wiring diagram of a ceiling fan showing regulator and a SPST tumbler switch.
- Connect the fan, regulator and switch as per drawing.
- Apply proper supply to the circuit.
- Put the switch of the fan to the “on” position and observe its operation.
- Write a report on connection of a ceiling fan.
- Show skill in connecting one lamp, one socket and one fan in a circuit by channel wiring.
- Draw the appropriate circuit diagram showing the location of lamp, fan, switches and socket.
- Connect lamp, fan and socket as per drawing.
- Connect the circuit with the supply.
- Switch on the lamp and fan and check the power socket with the help of a test lamp.
- Write a report on connecting one lamp, one socket and one fan in a circuit.
- Show skill in connecting two fluorescent lamps in parallel and controlled by two switches separtely.
- Draw the appropriate circuit diagram showing two fluorescent lamps in parallel and a two SPST tumbler switches.
- Wiring of the circuits according to diagram.
- Connect the circuit with the power supply.
- Switched on and observe.
- Write a report connecting two fluorescent lamps in parallel and controlled by one switch.
- Show skill in verifying Faraday’s laws of electromagnetic induction.
- Sketch the circuit diagram showing the location of magnets and the coil connected with a galvanometer.
- Connect a galvanometer with a coil and place it within the magnetic field.
- Observe/measure the induced emf with the help of galvanometer by making necessary movements of coil or magnets.
- Write a report on verifying Faraday’s laws of electromagnetic induction.
- Show skill in connecting cutout, MCB/MCCB in a circuit.
- Sketch a circuit diagram showing the location of cutout and MCB or MCCB separately with a load like heater or lamp.
- Connect the cutout/MCB/MCCB with the load as per drawing.
- Connect the circuit with the supply.
- Make necessary overloading the circuit by adding additional/excessive load or by short circuiting the load.
- Observe the operation of a MCB and MCCB or a cutout.
- Write a report on connecting cutout/MCB/MCCB in a circuit.
- Show skill in connecting one lamp, one 3-pin socket one fan in a circuit by concelled condmit wiring.
- Draw the circuit diagram in a paper
- Draw the layout diagram of wiring on the booth wall.
- Cutting the wall according to diagram with identification of socket, switch board.
- Fix up the conduct pipe on the wall.
- Flastening the wall.
- Draw the proper size of cables or wines.
- Connect the switches, holders.
- Check the whole installation.
- Fitting the loads in proper position.
- Test the wiring.
- Supply and operate the load.
- Show skill in installation of pipe earthing
- Skitehes the proper earthing diagram.
- Estimate the list of materials.
- Prepared the list of hand tools.
- Borring the G-Ι pipe up to 15
- Connecter the earthing lead with pipe
- Testing the earth resistance by earth tester.
- Test the rating of circuit breaken(6A, 10A)
10.1 Draw the circuit diagram with variable load.
10.2 Collect the materials & tools.
10.3 Collect the circuit breaken according to diagram.
10.4 Check the circuit diagram.
10.5 Supply to the load and observe the tripping current and determine the rating.
- Planning, Estimating of Electrical Installation
¾ J. B. Gupta
- A text book of Electrical Technology
- L Theraja
- Intro ducting to
Electrical Engineering V.K. Metha.
7011 BASIC WORKSHOP PRACTICE T P C
0 6 2
To provide the students with an opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills to
- perform different metal & fitting works.
- perform basic welding works.
- Use and take care of fitting and welding tools & equipment.
Fitting : Safety Precautions, Common hand tools; Measuring instruments; Laying out; Sawing, chipping, filing, grinding and finishing, drilling and thread cutting;
Welding : Arc welding; Gas welding; Welding with non-ferrous metal; Resistance welding.
- Understand the safely productions in Fitting & welding shop:
1.1. State general safety precaution in Fitting shop.
1.2. State general safety precaution in welding shop.
1.3. State the importance of good house keeping.
- Demonstrate the application of basic metal working hand tools.
- Identify common hand tools used for metal and fitting works.
- Check hand tools for sharpness.
- Carryout minor maintenance and sharpening of tools used for fitting works.
- Follow safety procedure during working in the fitting shop.
- Demonstrate the application of measuring instruments and gages for bench work.
- Identify the measuring and layout tools.
- Take measurement with vernier caliper and micrometer.
- Measure and layout a fitting job.
- Check/measure with gages (sheet and wire gage, drill gage, etc).
- Demonstrate the application of machines and equipment for fitting works.
- Identify machines and equipment for specific use.
- Take care and maintenance of machines and equipment used in the fitting shop.
- Show skill in sawing, chipping, filing, drilling and reaming.
- Identify the operations of sawing, chipping, filing, drilling and reaming.
- Perform sawing, chipping, filing, drilling and reaming operations.
- Make a job involving sawing, chipping, filing, drilling and reaming operations (Hinge, Angle gage, etc).
- Follow safety procedures during sawing, chipping, filing, drilling and reaming.
- Show skill in cutting threads.
- Identify the taps and dies.
- Cut internal and external threads with tap and die.
- Follow safety procedures during working with taps and dies.
- Show skill in making sheet metal jobs.
- Select appropriate sheet metal.
- Select tools and equipment for sheet metal works.
- Layout the sheet for jobs.(Development Drawing)
- Make wire edge.
- Make seam joint.
- Make mug/measuring can/sugar scoup, etc.
- Show skill in making pipe and duct.
- Estimate the sheets required for pipe and duct.
- Layout a sheet for pipe and duct.
- Make pipe and duct.
- Take care during making pipe and duct.
- Show skill in soldering and brazing.
- Select tools and equipment for soldering and brazing.
- Make soldering and brazing joint.
- Take care during soldering and brazing.
- Show skill in arc welding.
- Select welding tools and equipment.
- Prepare work piece for welding joint.
- Select proper current and voltage for arc welding.
- Select appropriate electrodes.
- Make arc welding joints ( Lap, Butt, Tee, Corner, etc.)
- Follow safe working procedures during arc welding.
- Show skill in welding by gas.
- Select tools and equipment for gas welding and gas cutting.
- Select appropriate filler rod and flux.
- Select appropriate flame for welding and cutting.
- Make gas welding joints ( Lap, Butt, Tee, Corner, etc.)
- Follow safe working procedures during arc welding.
- Show skill in resistance welding.
- Identify the resistance welding machines.
- Identify accessories and tools for resistance welding.
- Make spot welding joints.
- Follow safe working procedures during working with spot welding machine.
- Basic Sheet Metal Practice
¾ J. W. Giachino
- Prathomic Fitting Sikkha
- Hemanta Kumar Bhattacharia
- Welding Principles for Engineers
- Metal Fabrication
¾ Robert L. O’con
- Sheet Metal Work
¾ Blackburn & Cassidy