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course for 5th sem MCA for basics to internet programimg nad java(core java).

This course is for first year MCA Students.

Definition, nature, purpose and scope of management. Functions of a manager, an
overview of planning, organizing and controlling. Is managing a science or art? Ethics
in managing and social responsibility of managers.

Simple Stresses andStrains

Basic concepts - understanding information and information systems, Hardware, Software, Networks,
telecommunications and the Internet, E-business applications, Acquiring and developing BIS, Initiating
systems development,
BIS project management,Systems analysis, Systems design, System build, implementation and maintenance,
BIS strategy, Managing e-business,
Managing information security,End-user computing - providing end-user services
Ethical, legal and moral constraints on information systems.

This course contains the basic information regarding networks and its security related issuses.

Headline news scares about stolen or missing data are becoming a frequent occurrence as organisations rely more and more heavily on computers to store sensitive corporate and customer information. This unit discusses the importance of protecting information and gives an overview of information security management systems.

How to protect your data.

1. Case studies on normalization
2. Study and usage of query optimization techniques
3. Study and usage of backup and recovery features of database management software
4. Server administration of any database management software
5. Study and usage of any object oriented or object relational database management software
6. Study and usage of open source data mining tol: Weka
7. Study of web databases
8. Development of a project by making use of tols studied

Section A
Basic concepts and notations, data structures and data structure operations, mathematical notation
and functions, algorithmic complexity and time space trade off.
Basic data structures such as arrays, stack and queues and their applications, linked and sequential
representation. Linked list, representation of linked list, multi linked structures.
Section B
Trees-definitions and basic concepts, linked tree representation, representations in contiguous
storage, binary trees, binary tree traversal, searching insertion and deletion in binary trees, heap tree
and heap sort algorithm, AVL trees.
Section C
Graphs and their application, sequential and linked representation of graph – adjacency matrix,
operations on graph, traversing a graph, Dijkstra’s algorithm for shortest distance, DFS and BFS,
Hashing.
Section D
Searching and sorting use of various data structures for searching and sorting, Linear and Binary
search, Insertion sort, Selection sort, Merge sort, Radix sort, Bubble sort, Quick sort, Heap Sort.

To familiarize the students with computer hardware and software, concept of Internet and its applications. To provide students basic ideas regarding C++ Provide knowledge about object oriented programming.

In this course introduction of database. DBMS, Differnt data Models and full discription of Relational Data Base Management has been taught.

This Course focused on the activities related to Overall Personality and Career Development of Students of Computer Science & Engineering.

This course/lab to be taught to the students of 3rd sem CSE Morning + Evening

Things needed to know to design structures against Earthquakes.

Structural Drawings of Reinforced Concrete Elements such as Beams, Slabs, and Structural Drawings of Steel Elements such as Connections, Tension Members,

Compression Members, Beams, Column Base, and Roof Trusses.

A basic course on application of Numerical Methods in Civil Engineering

A foundation is defined as that part of the structure that supports the weight of the structure and transmits the load to underlying soil or rock. In general, foundation engineering applies the knowledge of geology, soil mechanics, rock mechanics, and structural engineering to the design and construction of foundations for buildings and other structures. The most basic aspect of foundation engineering deals with the selection of the type of foundatio

Design basic knowledge of steel building like beam, column and column bases and design various types of steel connections using bolts and welds. 

Design basic knowledge of steel building like beam, column and column bases and design various types of steel connections using bolts and welds. 

This is the course for analysis of structures in civil engineering.

Geotechnical engineering is the branch of civil engineering concerned with the engineering behavior of earth materials. Geotechnical engineering is important in civil engineering, but also has applications in military, mining, petroleum and other engineering disciplines that are concerned with construction occurring on the surface or within the ground. Geotechnical engineering uses principles of soil mechanics and rock mechanics to investigate subsurface conditions and materials; determine the relevant physical/mechanical and chemical properties of these materials; evaluate stability of natural slopes and man-made soil deposits; assess risks posed by site conditions; design earthworks and structure foundations; and monitor site conditions, earthwork and foundation construction.

This is second course in Structural Analysis for Civl Engineering students of UG programme.

First design course in Reinforced Concrete Structures. Main focus is on design of strctural elements with Limit State Method of Design, with introduction to Earthquake Resistance Design and Working Stress Method of Design. 

Detailed Syllabus:

STEEL STRUCTURES I

  1. INTRODUCTION:

    1. Properties of Structural Steel, Corrosion, Fire Protection.

    1. Indian Standard Specifications and Sections.

  1. DESIGN APPROACH:

    1. Design Requirements & Design Process.

    1. Analysis Procedures & Design Philosophy.

    2. Introduction to Limit State Design.

    3. Other Design Requirements.

  1. CONNECTIONS:

    1. Bearing Type Bolts.

    2. Friction Grip Bolts.

    3. Welded Connections

    1. Hanger Connections.

    2. Eccentrically Loaded Connections.

    3. Splice Connections.

IV. TENSION MEMBERS:

  1. Introduction.

  2. Plates with Holes.

  1. Angles under Tension.

  2. Design of Tension Members.

Subject is about the design of flexible and rigid pavement, design of Overlays, Bitumen mix design etc.

Fluid mechanics is a science which deals with the fluids. The concepts of this is used in the Civil Engineering Field as in Public health Engineering i.e design of water and sewrage system.  Design of treatment plant. In Irrigation engineering, soil engineering as permeability pore water pressure etc. In structure Engineering to calculate hydro static forces in water retaining structure calculating wind forces etc

This course  deals with structures for uplift pressure, functioning of diversion head work and also deals with the design of irrigation structures like weirs, canal falls, cross regulators etc.

This course covers water supply scheme, water demands and distribution system along with various water quality parameters and methods for water treatment processes.

 

A program elective for students doing M.Tech Structural Engineers.

It cover construction and design of buildings, which can perform well in earthquake prone area.

Teaches fundamentals of Computer Aided Methods

This Course is for M.Tech(IT) -Part Time Students.

Dynamic Web Development through HTML5, CSS3, AJAX, JQUERY and PHP

Object Oriented Programming through C++

This Course is for 7th and 8th Semester Electrical Engineering Students.

This course is meant for 3rd Semester Electrical Engineering & Electronics & Communication Engineering students. Student is expected to learn the basic concepts of circuiits, circuit theorems, filters.

Check your Aptitute

Know how to use LCMS (Moodle), and take benefit from it.

This course outlines Learning Content Management System ( LCMS )'s features by providing examples of activities and resources.

The course is for final year students about the fundamentals of Agile software Development

BigData Overview
BTCS-914 Big Data (Elective-II)


Analysis of data at Rest- Hadoop analytics: Limitations of existing distributing systems, Hadoop Approach,Hadoop Architecture, Distributed file system: HDFS and GPFS, Internals of Hadoop MR engine, Need for High level anguage- JAQL and PIG
Introduction to Text Analytics: Using Regular expresions, Using AQL, Sentiment analysis


No SQL: JSON store, MongoDB, RDF, HBASE

Analytics: Clustering, Clasification, Segmentation, Linearegresion, ML
Search: Indexing and Indexing Techniques, Create inverted index using JAQL, Lab using Data Explorer

Bundling Hadop job: Aplication, Use BI toling to create aplication, Publish aplications.

Analysis of data in motion – Real time analytics: Introduction to streams computing, Challenges/limitations of conventional Systems, Solving a real time analytics problem using conventional system, Challenges to be solved - scalabilty, thread poling, etc.,

Understanding the challenges in handling streaming data from the real world and how to ad res those using stream computing, Benefits of stream computing in Big Data world, Realtime Analytics Platform(RTAP).

 

Foundations are designed to have an adequate load capacity with limited settlement by a geotechnical engineer, and the footing itself may be designed structurally by a structural engineer. The primary design concerns are settlement and bearing capacity. When considering settlement,total settlement and differential settlement is normally considered. Differential settlement is when one part of a foundation settles more than another part. This can cause problems to the structure,which the foundation is supporting.

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Test your C++ knowledge.

Upon completion of the course students will be able to:

  1. Use primitive data types, selection statements, loops to write programs.
  2. Understand methods and arrays along-with basic object oriented principles.
  3. Implement Exception handling, multithreading, packages and interfaces .
  4. Develop an event handling techniques for interaction of the user with a GUI.
  5. Develop client/server applications using socket programming.

     

Simple Stresses and Strains

Introduction to basic measurements

iNTRODUCTION, SERVICE TRIANGLE, CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MARKETING

Section A
Basic concepts and notations, data structures and data structure operations, mathematical notation
and functions, algorithmic complexity and time space trade off.
Basic data structures such as arrays, stack and queues and their applications, linked and sequential
representation. Linked list, representation of linked list, multi linked structures.
Section B
Trees-definitions and basic concepts, linked tree representation, representations in contiguous
storage, binary trees, binary tree traversal, searching insertion and deletion in binary trees, heap tree
and heap sort algorithm, AVL trees.
Section C
Graphs and their application, sequential and linked representation of graph – adjacency matrix,
operations on graph, traversing a graph, Dijkstra’s algorithm for shortest distance, DFS and BFS,
Hashing.
Section D
Searching and sorting use of various data structures for searching and sorting, Linear and Binary
search, Insertion sort, Selection sort, Merge sort, Radix sort, Bubble sort, Quick sort, Heap Sort.

This course contains the basic concepts of RDBMS

This course covers various paper besides reallife training after second semester and a final research project. This course  includes paers like Accountiong for management, Financial Management, Marketing management etc.

this course is to understand basics of c++

in this course fundamentals of DSP will be taught

Part A (Electrical Engineering)
1. Direct Current (DC) Circuits:
Circuit elements and connected terminology, Kirchoff‟s Laws- Statement and
Illustrations, Method of solving circuits by Kirchoff‟s law, Star-Delta Conversion,
Computation of resistance at constant temperature, resistance at different
temperatures, Ohm‟s Law- Statement, Illustration and Limitation, Units- Work,
Power and Energy (Electrical, Thermal and Mechanical). DC Transients for RL
and RC series circuits(7)

2. Alternating Current (AC) Fundamentals:
Generation of alternating electro-motive force EMF, Concept of 3-phase EMF
Generation, Peak, Root Mean Square and Average value of alternating current,
Phasor representation of
alternating
quantities, Analysis
of
AC
Circuit
Representation of Alternating Quantities in Rectangular and polar forms.
Introduction of Resistive, Inductive & Capacitive circuits and their series and
parallel combinations. Concept of resonance in series and parallel circuits,
Analysis of balanced 03 phase system with star-delta connections.
(7)
3. Magnetic Circuits and Transformer:
Comparison between magnetic and electric circuits, Magnetic effects of electric
current, Current carrying conductor in magnetic field, Law of Electromagnetic
Induction and its law, Self Inductance, Mutual Inductance, Coupling Coefficient
between
two
magnetically
coupled
circuits.
Single
Phase
Transformer:
Construction, Working principle, Efficiency, Voltage regulation and applications.(7)
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4. Rotating Electrical Machines:
D.C. machines (motors and generators), Three phase Induction motor,
Synchronous machines (motors and generators): construction, working principle,
classification and applications.
(7)
Part B (Electronics Engineering)
5. Transducers:
Introduction, working and application of LVDT, Strain Gauge and Thermistor.
Introduction and application of Digital Multimeter.
(7)
6. Semiconductor Devices:
Principle of operation
characteristic and application of PN Junction Diode,
Rectifiers, Zener Diode, Principle of operation characteristic and application of
Bipolar Junction Transistor, Principle of operation and characteristic Field Effect
Transistor, Regulated Power Supply.
(7)
7. Digital Electronics:
Binary, Octal and Hexadecimal number System & its arithmetic operations, Logic
gates, Introduction of R-S, J-K, D and T Flip Flops & its truth tables.


1. Quality:Concept of Quality, Quality Function, Quality Traits, Quality Characteristics, Quality Management, Quality Principles, Quality Policy, Quality System, Quality Planning, Organizing for Quality, Quality of Design, Quality Circles, Total Quality Management Quality Costs, Quality Costs, Cost of Prevention, Cost of Appraisal, Cost of Internal Failure, Cost of External Failure, Value of Quality, Quality Cost Model, Cost Analysis in Design, Cost Reduction through Quality Improvement.
2. Inspection:Definition of Inspection, Inspection Planning, Measurement Errors,Objectives of Inspection, Floor / Patrol Inspection, Centralized Inspection, Process Inspection, Final Inspection, Difference between Inspection & Quality Control.
3. Quality Assurance:Importance, Total Quality Assurance, Management Principles in Quality Assurance, Forms of Quality Assurance, Evaluation of Quality Assurance, Quality Assurance Programme, Quality Assurance Aspects, Quality Assurance Departments.
4. Quality Control: Total Quality Control, Objectives of Quality Control, Principles of Quality Control, Quality Control Tools, Statistical Quality Control, Control Charts,Construction of Control Charts for Variables ( X – R, X - Chart) and Attributes (p,np, C, U Charts), Acceptance Sampling by Attributes, AOQ & OC Curves, Types of Sampling Plans, Analysis of Process Capability, Use of Dodge Roming and Military Standards Sampling Tables.
5.Quality Management System:Quality Management systems- origin of ISO 9000 series (ISO
9001,9002,9003,9004) ISO 9001:2000, clauses of ISO 9001:2000, overview of QS
9000 series


Molecular Spectroscopy, Green Chemistry, Nanochemistry, Polymers, Photochemistry, Water treatment, Corrosion, Petrochemicals

This course is for I.T. 5th semester.


Objectives and Expected Outcome:- In the vast spectrum of Mech. Engg., this
subject gives a very very primitive but general information finding vide application in day to day life with emphasis upon the principles and fundamentals involved in the inter-conversion of thermal energy into mechanical energy and vice versa, viz. all Automobile, Air-Craft, Generator and other stationary Heat Engines besides cooling machinery like Refrigerators, Air-Conditioners and water-coolers etc. The subject also offers a birds eye-view to all students about the common engineering materials finding vide application in Mech. Engg. Industry and about their strength and other related vital aspects. Since every student of engineering is already exposed to all afore-said machinery, he/she would feel very much self-satisfied and self-confident after learning the basic intricacies and whys and hows related with the fundamentals of the aforesaid machinery.


PART-A
1. Basic Concepts of Thermodynamics (08)
Definition of thermodynamic: Need to study thermodynamics; Application
areas of thermodynamic; Difference between Microscopic (or, Statistical)
thermodynamics and Macroscopic(or, Classical) thermodynamics; Brief
concept of continuum; Thermodynamic System : definition, types (Open,
Closed and Isolated) and their examples; Thermodynamic System Boundary : definition, types and their examples; Surroundings; Control(fixed) mass and Control Volume concept and their example ; Thermodynamic State; Thermodynamic Property: definition, types citing their examples; condition for any quantity to be a property; State postulate;Thermodynamic equilibrium (which includes Thermal, Mechanical and Chemical equilibrium etc.); Thermodynamic path; Thermodynamic process: definition, concept of reversible process, quasi-static (or, quasi-equilibrium) process, irreversible process, conditions for reversibility and how these are met with, non-flow processes and flow processes, method of representation of reversible and irreversible process on property diagrams; Cyclic process; Thermodynamic Cycle: definition and its concept; Energy and its forms (microscopic and macroscopic); Physical insight to internal energy; Energy transfer across system boundary i.e. transient energies (heat and work);Difference between heat and work; Sign conventions for heat and work interactions; heat and work as path functions; Equality of Temperature and Zeroth law of Thermodynamics.
2. First Law of Thermodynamics and its applications (12)
Definition, essence and corollaries or consequences of first law of Thermodynamics; Expressions for First law of Thermodynamics for a control
mass undergoing a Cycle and for process (i.e., a change in state of a control
mass) ; Concept of Enthalpy and total energy and differentiation between the
two – a thermodynamic property; Compressible and incompressible substances, Specific heats, Difference between Internal Energy and Enthalpy of ompressible and incompressible substances; Representation of first law of thermodynamics as rate equation; Analysis of non-flow/ flow process for a control mass undergoing constant volume, constant pressure, constant temperature, adiabatic and polytropic processes; Free Expansion Process and its examples, its representation on Property diagram; Review of concepts of control volume; Expressions of first law of thermodynamics for a control volume (i.e. open system) ; Steady State Steady Flow process and its examples; First law analysis of Steady State Flow process e.g. isochoric, isobaric, isothermal, isentropic and polytropic process; Throttling process and its applications; Flow energy or inertial energy of flowing fluids or, Energy transport by mass; Application of Steady State Flow Energy Equation to various engineering devices.
3. Second Law of Thermodynamics (16)
Limitations of first law of thermodynamics; and how 2nd law is fully able to
explain away and thus overcome those shortcomings of Ist law; Thermal
Reservoirs, source and sink (Low temperature and high temperatures); Heat
Engine, Heat Pump and Refrigerator: definitions, working,efficiency/performance and their real life examples. Justification as to why the actual efficiency of Heat Pump and Refrigerator shall also be ≤ 100% though on the face of it seems to be more than 100%; Various statements of Second Law of Thermodynamics and their equivalence; Philosophy of Carnot cycle and its consequences viz. how each of the individual four processes constituting the cycle contribute in optimizing the output and efficiency of the cycle; Carnot Engine, Carnot Refrigerator and Carnot Heat Pump: definitions, working, efficiency/performance and Limitations of the cycle; Carnot theorem for heat engines, refrigerators and heat pumps; derivation of Carnot efficiency/COP (which seems to be more than 100%); Thermodynamic Temperature Scale; Clausius theorem and Inequality;
Philosophy and concept of entropy; Entropy changes during various
processes; Temperature - Entropy Chart and representation of various
processes on it; Principle of Increase of Entropy; Applications of Entropy
Principle; Quality of Energy viz. high and low grade energies; Degradation of
Energy; Third Law of Thermodynamics.
PART-B
4. Gas Power Cycles (12)
Introduction; Concept and philosophy of Air Standard Cycle alongwith
associated assumptions and advantages; Air Standard Efficiency;
Nomenclature of reciprocating piston-cylinder arrangement with basic
definitions such as swept volume, clearance volume, compression ratio,
mean effective pressure etc; Otto Cycle (or constant volume heat addition
cycle), Diesel cycle (or constant pressure heat addition cycle) and Dual cycle
(Mixed or Composite or Limited Pressure cycle) with their representation on
P-V and T-S charts, their Air-standard (thermal) Efficiencies; Brayton Cycle,
Comparison of Otto, Diesel and Dual cycle under some defined similar
parametric conditions; Introduction to heat engines; Merits of I.C. Engines
and their important applications, Classification and constructional features of
I.C. Engines; working of two stroke and four stroke Petrol and Diesel engines
and their comparison.
5. Engineering Materials (05)
Materials and Civilization, Materials and Engineering, Classification of
Engineering Materials, Mechanical Properties of Materials: elasticity,
plasticity, strength, ductility, brittleness, melleability, toughness, resilience,
hardness, machinability, formability, weldability. Properties, Composition,
and Industrial Applications of materials: metals (ferrous- cast iron, tool Punjab 
steels, stainless steels and non ferrous- Aluminum, brass, bronze ),
polymers (natural and synthetic , thermoplastic and thermosetting), ceramics
(glass, optical fibre glass, cements), composites ( fibre reinforced, metal
matrix), smart materials (piezoelectric, shape memory, thermochromic,
photochromic, magnetorheological), Conductors, Semiconductors and
insulators, Organic and Inorganic materials. Selection of materials for
engineering applications.
6. Centroid, Centre of Gravity and Moment of Inertia: (08)
Difference between centre of gravity and centroid. Determination of position
of centroid of plane geometric figures of I, U, H, L, T, C, Circular and
Triangular Sections. Centroid of Composite Areas. Determination of position
of Centre of Gravity (CG) of regular solids viz. Right Circular Cone, Solid
Hemisphere, thin Hollow Hemisphere. Area moment of inertia & mass
moment of inertia, Polar moment of inertia, Parallel axes Theorem (or
transfer formula), Perpendicular axes Theorem, Radius of gyration,
determination of area Moment of Inertia of I, U, H, L, T, C, Circular and
Triangular Sections along various axes. Mass moment of Inertia of Circular
Ring, Disc, Cylinder, Sphere and Cone about their axis of symmetry and
other axes.
Suggested Readings / Books
1. Nag P.K., Engineering Thermodynamics, Tata McGraw Hill.
2. Yadav R., Thermodynamics and Heat Engines, Central Publishing House, Allahabad
3. Rogers G. and Mayhew Y., Engineering Thermodynamics, Pearson Education.
4. Cengel Y.A. and Boles M.A., Thermodynamics – An Engineering Approach, Tata
McGraw Hill.
5. Rao Y.V.C., An Introduction to Thermodynamics, New Age International (P) Limited
Publishers.
6. Spalding D. B., Cole E. H., Engineering thermodynamics, ELBS series
7. Bedi D.S., Element of Mechanical Engineering, Khanna Publishers New Delhi
8. Donald R. Askeland, Pradeep P. Phule, Essentials of materials Science and
Engineering, Cenage Learning
9. A.K.Tayal Engineering Mechanics, Umesh Publications. 

 The multidisciplinary nature of environmental studies, Natural resources, ECosystem,Biodeversity and its conservation,Environmental pollution, Social issues and Environment, Human population and the Environment.

Linear Data Structures III: Stacks and Queues [5%]

Linear Data Structures IV: Strings [5%]

Recursion [10%]

Non Linear Data Structures I: Trees [8%]

Non Linear Data Structures II [10%]

Hashing. [10%]

Sets [12%]

Graphs [12%] Files [ 5%]

Overview of Databse managment System

The overview of databases will be given


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Workshop on LCMS
by Admin User - Wednesday, 23 May 2012, 8:01 AM
 

A two day workshop was inaugurated by Dr. M. S. Saini, Director of the Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, Ludhiana on Tuesday, May 22, 2012. It ie being attended by 33 senior faculty members of the Institue representing all departments.

 
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GNDEC News
by Admin User - Wednesday, 23 May 2012, 7:57 AM
 

The Learning Content Management System (LCMS) is dedicated to students and faculty of Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, Ludhiana. It is available at http://gndec.ac.in/guru/

 



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