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  • NATIONAL ENGINEERING COLLEGE (An Autonomous Institution Affiliated to Anna University Chennai)

    K.R.NAGAR, KOVILPATTI 628 503 www.nec.edu.in

    REGULATIONS - 2015

    DEPARTMENT OF

    ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

    CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS - FIRST YEAR

    B.E. ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

  • NATIONAL ENGINEERING COLLEGE

    B.E. EEE Curriculum & Syllabus - I year Regulations 2015

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    NATIONAL ENGINEERING COLLEGE, K.R.NAGAR, KOVILPATTI

    (An Autonomous Institution, Affiliated to Anna University, Chennai)

    COLLEGE VISION

    Transforming lives through quality Education and research with human values.

    COLLEGE MISSION

    To maintain excellent infrastructure and highly qualified and dedicated faculty.

    To provide a conducive learning environment with an ambience of

    humanity, wisdom, creativity and team spirit.

    To promote the values of ethical behavior and commitment to the society.

    To partner with academic, industrial and government entities to attain

    collaborative research.

  • NATIONAL ENGINEERING COLLEGE

    B.E. EEE Curriculum & Syllabus - I year Regulations 2015

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    VISION

    Promoting active learning, critical thinking coupled with ethical

    values to meet the global challenges. MISSION

    To instill state-of-the-art technical knowledge and research capability

    that will prepare our graduates for professionalism and life-long learning.

    To update knowledge to meet industrial and real world challenges.

    To inculcate social and ethical values.

    Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

    Excel in industrial or graduate work in Electrical Engineering and allied fields.

    Practice their profession conforming to ethical values and active

    participation in the affairs of the profession.

    Adapt to evolving technologies and stay current with their profession.

    DEPARTMENTOFELECTRICALANDELECTRONICSENGINEERING

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    ProgramOutcomes(PO)

    POs describe the expectation of students to know by the time of graduation from the programme. Programme Outcomes are recognized as per the process described in 2.1.3. The Programme Outcomes of UG in Electrical and Electronics Engineering are:

    1. An ability to apply the knowledge of mathematics, physical sciences, and

    engineering fundamentals to the solution of complex problems in electrical and

    electronics engineering.

    2. An ability to identify, formulate and analyze the complex electrical and electronics

    engineering problems by applying first principles of engineering knowledge.

    3. An ability to design a system, component, or process and development of solutions

    to meet desired needs with economic, environmental, social, health and safety

    constraints.

    4. An ability to investigate complex electrical and electronics engineering problems by

    conducting suitable experiment, analysis and interpretation of data and synthesize

    the solutions.

    5. An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for

    electrical and electronics engineering practice.

    6. An ability to develop an understanding of contemporary technical and professional

    issues in the practice of complex electrical and electronics engineering problems in

    societal context.

    7. An ability to understand and evaluate the sustainability of the solutions of complex

    electrical and electronics engineering problems in global and environmental

    contexts.

    8. An ability to practice the profession with ethical responsibilities.

    9. An ability to apply the coordinated effort as an individual or as a part of the team.

    10. An ability to communicate effectively in oral and written forms.

    11. An ability to apply the project and finance management skills.

    12. An ability to recognize the need for and to engage in life-long learning in the broadest context of technological changes.

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    B.E. ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING REGULATIONS 2015

    FIRST YEAR CURRICULUM AND SYLLABUS

    SEMESTER I

    S.

    No. Course

    Category Course Code Course Title L T P C

    Question pattern

    THEORY AND INTEGRATED COURSES 1. MAC 15SH11C Technical English* 3 0 0 3 B 2. CFC 15SH12C Mathematical Foundations for Engineers* 3 2 0 4 B 3. CFC 15SH13C Engineering Physics* 3 0 0 3 B 4. CFC 15SH14C Engineering Chemistry* 3 0 0 3 B 5. CFC 15SH15C Introduction to Engineering* 2 0 0 2 A 6. CFC 15SH16C Engineering Graphics* 2 0 2 3 A

    PRACTICAL COURSES

    7. CFC 15SH17C Engineering Physics and Engineering Chemistry Laboratory*

    0 0 2 1

    8. CFC 15SH18C Engineering Practice Laboratory* 0 0 2 1

    Total 16 2 6 20

    SEMESTER II

    S. No.

    Course Category

    Course Code Course Title L T P C

    Question Pattern

    THEORY COURSES

    1. MAC 15EE21C Professional English* 3 0 0 3 B 2. SFC 15EE22C Calculus, Probability and Statistics@ 3 2 0 4 B

    3 SFC 15EE23C Semiconductor Physics# 3 0 0 3 B 4. SFC 15EE24C Circuit Theory 3 2 0 4 B 5. CFC 15EE25C C Programming for Engineers* 3 0 0 3 B 6. MAC 15EE26C Environmental Science and Engineering* 3 0 0 3 A

    PRACTICAL COURSES

    7. SFC 15EE27C Semiconductor Physics and Environmental Chemistry Laboratory # 0 0 2 1

    8. CFC 15EE28C C Programming Laboratory* 0 0 2 1

    9. SFC 15EE29C Electric Circuits Laboratory 0 0 2 1

    Total 18 4 6 23

    MAC - Mandatory Course, CFC - Common Foundation Course, SFC - Specific Foundation Course, PCC Programme Core Course,

    XEC - X Stands for P or O (PEC Programme Elective Course, OEC Open Elective Course)

    *Common to all B.E. / B.Tech., Programmes, @Common to EEE and EIE, #Common to ECE and EEE

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    Question pattern

    1 mark

    2 marks

    4 marks

    10 marks

    12 marks

    16 marks

    20 marks Total

    A - - - - -- -

    1 Qn Compulsory

    & 4 Qns (either

    or type)

    100

    B - 10 - - --

    1 Qn Compulsory

    & 4 Qns (either

    or type)

    -- 100

    C 10 - 10 out of 12

    1 Qn Compulsory

    & 4 Qns (either

    or type)

    -- -- -- 100

    D 10 10 5 out of 6

    1 Qn Compulsory

    & 4 Qns (either

    or type)

    --

    -- -- 100

    E - 10 5 out of 6

    -

    1 Qn Compulsory

    & 4 Qns (either

    or type)

    -- -- 100

    FORMAT FOR COURSE CODE

    1 5 E E 2 3 C

    Compulsory Course Course Sequence Number

    Semester Number

    Branch Name Year of Regulation

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    15SH11C TECHNICAL ENGLISH L T P C (Common to all B.E. / B.Tech. Degree Programmes) 3 0 0 3

    COURSE OUTCOMES Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to

    CO1: acquire the basics of English communication skills. (K3) CO2: apply the basic language skills to understand various aspects of technical writing. (K3) CO3: understand main ideas, specific details and implied meaning while listening and

    develop the factual & imaginative information. (S4) CO4: coordinate and communicate in a wide range of situation. (S4) CO5: integrate and apply the acquired skills in real life situation. (S4)

    UNIT I 9 Parts of Speech - Sentence Structure (SV/SVO/SVC/SVIODO) -Identifying the kinds of sentences (Statement, Interrogative, Imperative, Exclamatory & Negative) -Informal writing (Diary writing & letter to friend/ parent/siblings) - Self Introduction -Listening for general information.

    UNIT II 9 Transformation of words into different grammatical forms- Converting one kind of sentence into another sentence (Statement, Interrogative, Imperative, Exclamatory & Negative) - Technical Vocabulary - Tense Usage (Present tense- Past tense - Future tense - Writing passages in all tenses) -Letter writing (Permission letter & Requisition letter) - Listening for specific information.

    UNIT III 9 Personality Adjective - Concord - Letter Writing: Invitation / Acceptance letters - Itinerary Writing (with valued points/ situation) - Phonetics (Vowels - Consonants - Diphthongs) - Listening and filling up the information - Process Description (with valued points).

    UNIT IV 9 IF Conditionals - British & American Vocabulary - Letter Writing (Declining / Thanking letters) - Email writing (with valued points) - Instruction Writing - Listening and giving opinion on the pictures.

    UNIT V 9 Reading comprehension - Error Spotting (Article, Preposition, Modals and Concord) - Presenting article based