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The Department of Dean Academics is the largest department in the institute. It achieves the highest standards teaching. The  Department of Dean Academics's First-Year Engineering Program is the entry point for all beginning engineering students. It is one of the basic and important department to establish the important link between pure sciences and engineering branches. 

All engineering students must complete the First-Year Engineering requirements before entering departments of their choice. This core curriculum includes courses in engineering mathematics, engineering chemistry, engineering physics, electrical engineering, electronics engineering, engineering drawing, engineering mechanics, workshop practices and computer programming. The First-Year Engineering Program provides students with a firm foundation and initial understanding of engineering and career options. 

This department is furnished by well equipped laboratories with sophisticated instruments, computer center and work-shop, which gear up to ensure strong fundamentals. 

The main backbone of the department consists of a team of highly qualified and experienced faculty members. Our faculties are dedicated to assist the beginning engineers with the first-year experience. We always strive for excellence. Our policy is to polish our students with new trends, as it becomes easy for them to accommodate themselves anywhere across the industries, in today’s globalized world.



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 FE SEM-I 2018-19

Subject:

Engineering Graphics I

Subject Code:

 102006

CO1

Comprehend the importance of drawing instruments in technical drawings.

CO2

Ability to develop imagination of basic 2 D and 3 D Positional objects.

CO3

Ability to draw the different types of engineering curves.

CO4

Develop the skill-set of imagination, visualization, observation for technical drawing with detailed drawing specifications.

Subject:

Basic Electrical Engineering

Subject Code

103004

CO1

Explain and implement the knowledge of electrical engineering in issues related to day to day life and electrical safety.

CO2

Apply the concepts of electromagnetism in electrical machines like transformer.

CO3

Evaluate the parameters of single phase & polyphase AC circuits.

CO4

Select & apply appropriate analytical techniques to find the parameters of DC circuits

CO5

 Apply various laws & Theorem  for Solutions  of networks

CO6

Apply the knowledge of electrical engineering to excel competitive exam required for Post Graduation & Research

Subject:

Engineering Physics

Subject Code:

107002

CO1

Students will be able to Apply the reasons for OPTICS AND Acoustic defects and use this in the proper design of a Hall/Auditorium.

CO2

Students will be able to Use the knowledge of Piezoelectric and Magnetostriction effect for production of ultrasonic waves and its application in various fields.

CO3

Students will Apply the concepts of crystallography and to use XRD techniques for analysis of crystal structure of various nano materials.

CO4

Students will comprehend the basic concepts of semiconductor physics and apply the same to electronic devices

CO5

Students will the knowledge of Quantum mechanics to uncertainty principle and motion of free particle.

CO6

Students will l the knowledge of superconductivity to SQUID and Magnetic levitation.

Subject:

Engineering Chemistry

Subject Code:

107009

CO1

Technology involved in improving quality of water for its industrial use and to understand the concept of green chemistry.

CO2

Basic concepts of electro analytical techniques that facilitates rapid and reliable measurements.

CO3

Chemical structure of polymer and its effect on their various properties when use as engineering materials. To lay foundation of application of polymers for specific application and as composite material.

CO4

Study of fossil fuel and derived fuel with its properties and applications

CO5

An insight into nano material and composite material as aspect of modern chemistry.

CO6

The principles of chemical and electrochemical reaction causing corrosion and methods used for minimizing corrosion.

Subject:

Engineering Mathematics-I

Subject Code

107001

CO1

Students will be able to solve algebraic linear equations and find eigen values, eigen vectors of given matrix

CO2

Students will be able to apply the knowledge of Complex Number System and find n number of roots of nth root of complex numbers and recognize the need of new category of functions called hyperbolic functions

CO3

Students will be able to recognize the given infinite series and respective test of convergence.

CO4

Students will be able to apply the various methods of elementary calculus to engineering related problems.

CO5

Students will be able to identify the difference between Ordinary and Partial Differentiation

CO6

Students will be able to use the techniques learnt to Engineering applications such as error analysis, approximations , Stationary values of functions (maxima and minima) arising in optimization problems.

Subject:

Basic Civil & Environmental Engineering

Subject Code

101005

CO1

To compare and apply the knowledge of various branches of Engineering and role of civil engineers in construction

CO2

To classify basic types of construction material their properties and specific uses depending on requirement of construction.

CO3

To illustrate the knowledge of surveying, leveling and maps along with appliances for civil Engineering Tasks in a society.

CO4

To apply concept of environment and applying knowledge for conserving natural resources and preserving the environment & its application for sustainable development through innovative ideas in order to increase employability potential.

CO5

To apply concept of an integrated built environment, F.S.I., carpet area and built-up area, including ground coverage for building plan sanctions/approval by various local municipal authorities for town planning .

CO6

To classify the types of pollution, prevention and control of the same.

Subject:

Fundamental Programming Language I

Subject Code:

110003

CO1

Use modular programming approach in diversified problem domains

CO2

Apply  programming logic to solve real world problems

CO3

Decide effectiveness of computer based solutions

CO4

Able to develop solution to complex problems using appropriate method

FE SEM-II 2017-18

Subject:

Engineering Mechanics

Subject Code

101011

CO1

The students will be able to solve for resultant of any force system and to locate Centroid of Plane lamina & wire

CO2

The students will be able to apply equation of motion for rectilinear motion of particle

CO3

The students will be able to identify equation of motion for Curvilinear motion of particle

CO4

The students will be able to make use of Work Energy Principle and Impulse Momentum Principle to define various quantities of particle when it is in motion

CO5

The students will able to construct Free body Diagram along with calculation of Support reactions

CO6

The students will able to Analyze Truss, Frame and Cable and particle is in Friction

Subject:

 Basic Mechanical Engineering

Subject Code

102013

CO1

To recognize machine elements.

CO2

To explain the flow of design process.

CO3

To categorize different manufacturing processes

CO4

To recognize different metal cutting operations and machine tools.

CO5

Relate the laws of thermodynamics to various processes.

CO6

To recognize the difference between power producing devices and power absorbing devices.

Subject:

Engineering Mathematics-II

Subject Code

107008

CO1

Solve the ordinary differential equations of first order apply in modelling and analyzing physical and Engineering problems.

CO2

Design and analyze the continuous systems and apply the knowledge of Fourier series and Fourier analysis.

CO3

Apply the advanced techniques to evaluate integrals.

CO4

Recognize the types and solve the problems of sphere, cone and cylinder.

CO5

Draw the curves of respective equations.

CO6

Able to evaluate area, volume and mathematical values of various physical properties using multiple integrals.

Subject:

Basic Electronics Engineering

Subject Code

104012

CO1

Describe the basics of diode & transistor circuits.

CO2

Explain working of IC based circuits & use of logic gates in applications like microprocessor & microcontroller.

CO3

Classify power electronics devices & transducers.

CO4

Explain the basic aspect of electronic communication systems.

Subject:

Fundamental Programming Language II

Subject Code:

110010

CO1

Students will be able to Develop programs using object oriented concepts

CO2

Students will be able to Design and develop web pages using HTML

CO3

Students will be able to Design and develop mobile application using Android SDK

CO4

Students will be able to Design and develop simple application using Embedded Programming

 



Research Grant


A Research Grant of Rs. 1.40 lacs has been sanctioned by from BCUD , SPPU to Dr. Minaz Alvi , Associate Professor, First Year HoD, DYPIEMR


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