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ANNA UNIVERSITY:: CHENNAI – 600 025


Dr. M. RAAJENTHIREN
DIRECTOR
Academic Courses

Lr. No. 2363/DD1-AC/8thAC-Minutes/2006 16.05.06

To
The Principals of Colleges
Affiliated to Anna University

Sir,
Sub: 8th Meeting of the Academic Council – Abstract of the Minutes –
Communicated – Reg.

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The 8 Academic Council of Anna University met on 18-03-2006 made
certain important changes in the existing Curriculum and Regulations in respect
of various B.E. / B.Tech. programmes including the introduction of new Curricula
and Syllabi under the Annual Pattern for the first year B.E. / B.Tech.
programmes to be admitted from the academic year 2006-07 with minor
modifications in Regulations 2004 to be applicable to the students admitted
under Annual Pattern.
The M.B.A Curricula have also been modified and approved. Regulations
concerning B.Sc. and M.Sc. programmes have also been modified to facilitate
the students to move to the higher semesters.
The Council has approved the proposal to upgrade B.Sc. programmes
in to five year M.Sc. programmes.
The modifications, amendments, pertaining to the Under Graduate and
Post Graduate programmes facultywise are given in the appropriate places in
bold letters. Some of the items need your immediate attention as they are related
to the current semesters of study July-November, 2006.
The Curricula & Syllabi of III to VI semester and electives for M.C.A
programme are approved. The whole details are given in the website of this office
under “Abstract of the Minutes of the 8th Academic Council”
www.annauniv.edu/academic/information.htm
You are requested to inform these changes to the concerned departments
and students of your college and implement the changes.
For further clarifications, you are requested to contact any one of the
following Deputy Directors Dr.T.V.Murthy and Dr.G.Devaradjane.

Thanking you.

With warm regards,

Yours faithfully,

Sd/-
DIRECTOR

Encl.: Abstract
ABSTRACT OF THE MINUTES OF THE 8TH ACADEMIC COUNCIL

FACULTY OF SCIENCE & HUMANITIES


Amendments to B.Sc, M.Sc (2 years) & M.Sc (5years) programmes

1. The Academic Council has ratified the amendment to clause 2.3 and
12 of Regulations 2003 for B.Sc. Degree programmes regarding the
deletion of restriction to move to the V Semester as presented at the
meeting.
Clause 2.3 & 12 of Regulations 2003 for B.Sc. Degree programmes

2. The Academic Council has ratified the amended clause 12 of


Regulations 2003 for M.Sc. (2 years) Degree programmes regarding the
deletion of restriction to move to the III Semester as presented at the
meeting.
Clause 12 of Regulations 2003 for M.Sc. ( 2 years ) Degree programme

3. The Academic Council has ratified the amended clause 12 of


Regulations 2003 for M.Sc. (5 years) Degree programmes regarding the
deletion of restriction to move to the IX Semester as presented at the
meeting.
Clause 12 of Regulations 2003 for M.Sc. (5 years ) Degree programme

4. The Academic Council has ratified the Amendments to Clause 16.2.


of Regulation 2003 of B.Sc and M.Sc (2 years / 5 years) degree
programmes in line with B.E. / B.Tech. and P.G. programmes as presented
at the meeting.
Clause 16.2. of Regulation 2003 of B.Sc degree programme
Clause 16.2. of Regulation 2003 of M.Sc. (2years) degree programme
Clause 16.2. of Regulation 2003 of M.Sc. (5years) degree programme
**5. The Academic Council has ratified the minor changes in the syllabus
of the course “BFT242 Garment Construction” of B.Sc Apparel and
Fashion Technology of Regulation 2003.
Modified Syllabus are given in bold letters

6. The Academic Council has approved to rationalize the offer of B.Sc /


M.Sc degree programmes as follows:
1. to withdraw all B.Sc. programmes presently offered by
Engineering Colleges affiliated to Anna University
2. to offer either M.Sc (2 year) programme or M.Sc (5-year)
programme, but not both in same discipline.
Resolved to offer the following M.Sc. programmes from the
academic year 2006 onwards:
2-year M.Sc 5-year M.Sc

1. Applied Mathematics 1. Computer Technology


2. Material Science 2. Information Technology
3. Medical Physics 3. Software Engineering
4. Applied Chemistry 4. Apparel and Fashion Technology
5. Bio-Technology

Further the Council ratified that the Curriculum & Syllabi of the existing
first two year B.Sc. degree programmes may be adopted for first two years
of M.Sc. 5-year programmes and the Curriculum and Syllabi for the
remaining three years may be prepared and placed in the next meeting of
the Board of Studies.

7. The Academic Council has approved the introduction of Annual pattern


(for first year only) for the B.E / B.Tech programmes of Anna University, to
be followed by affiliated colleges from the Academic year 2006-2007
onwards.
Revised Curricula & Syllabi of I year B.E/B.Tech Annual pattern

i. The Academic Council has approved the modifications in


the Regulations 2004 for the B.E / B.Tech degree
programmes related to the introduction of Annual Pattern for
the first year.
Modification in the Regulations 2004 for B.E. / B.Tech.

FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

8. The Academic Council has approved the modification of Clause 11.2. of


Regulations 2005 for P.G. programmes including the supervisor as one of
the internal examiners as presented at the meeting.
Clause 11.2. of Regulations 2005 for P.G. Programmes

9. The Academic Council has approved the Annual pattern curriculum


for the first year B.E. Civil Engineering degree programme offered under
Faculty of Civil Engineering to be followed by the affiliated Colleges from
the academic year 2006 – 2007 onwards (under Regulations 2004) with
the following two branch wise courses to be followed from the academic
year 2006-2007 onwards as presented at the meeting.
(i) Engineering Mechanics (ii) Construction Materials

10. The Academic Council has approved the Curriculum (including the
grouping of electives) for the III to VIII semesters of the B.E. Degree
programmes offered under Faculty of Civil Engineering to be followed from
the academic year 2007 – 2008 onwards by the candidates admitted to
the first semester under annual pattern in the academic year 2006-2007 or
later.
III to VIII semesters Curriculum and Electives for B.E. Civil Engineering

11. The Academic Council has ratified the list of equipment for the
laboratory courses of the B.E. Civil Engineering Degree programme
offered under Regulation 2004 and M.E. / M.Tech. Degree programmes
offered under Regulation 2005 as presented at the meeting.
List of Equipments for U.G. and P.G. programmes

12. The Academic Council has approved the revision of syllabus for the
course “ST1604 Constitutive Models and Modes of failure” of first
semester M.E. Structural Engineering under Regulations 2005 and to
offer the revised syllabus from the academic year 2006-2007 onwards.
ST1604 Constitutive Models and Modes of failure
Modified Syllabus (Syllabus completely modified)

13. The Academic Council has approved the modification of Unit V of the
course “CE1252 Strength of Materials” and rearranging the units of
“CE1253 Applied Hydraulic Engineering” of IV Semester of B.E. Civil
Engineering degree programme under Regulations 2004 and to implement
from the academic year 2006-2007 onwards.
CE1252 Srength of Materials
CE1253 Applied Hydraulic Engineering
Modified Syllabus are given in bold letters

14. The Academic Council has approved the inclusion of the following
reference books for elective courses “CE1025 Tall Buildings” and
“CE1031 Industrial Structures” of B.E. Civil Engineering under
Regulations 2004 as presented in the meeting.
COURSE REFERENCE BOOK
CE1025 Tall Buildings Taranath.B.S., Structural Analysis and Design
of Tall Buildings, Mc Graw Hill 1998.

CE1031 Industrial Structures Koncz, J, Manual of Precast Construction


Vol I & II Bauverlay GMBH, 1971.

FACULTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING


15. The Academic Council has approved the Annual pattern curricula for
the first year B.E. degree programmes offered under Faculty of
Mechanical Engineering with two branch core courses for each of the B.E.
programmes to be followed by the affiliated Colleges from the academic
year 2006 – 2007 onwards as presented at the meeting.
(Refer Item No.7 under the Faculty of Science & Humanities for Curricula & Syllabi)

16. The Academic council has approved the Curriculum (including the
grouping of electives) for the III to VIII semesters of the B.E. Degree
programmes offered under Faculty of Mechanical Engineering to be
followed from the academic year 2007 – 2008 onwards by the candidates
admitted to the first semester under annual pattern in the academic year
2006-2007 or later.
1. B.E. Aeronautical Engineering - Curriculum
2. B.E. Automobile Engineering -Curriculum
3. B.E. Marine Engineering - Curriculum
4. B.E. Mechanical Engineering - Curriculum
5. B.E. Mechatronics Engineering - Curriculum
6. B.E. Metallurgical Engineering - Curriculum
7. B.E. Production Engineering - Curriculum

17. The Academic Council has ratified the list of equipment for the
laboratory courses of U.G. and P.G. programmes and to approve the list of
equipment for First year Annual Pattern Curriculum of B.E. degree
programmes.
List of equipment

18. The Academic Council has approved the inclusion of an elective course
“ME1021 Computer Aided Design” in the list of electives prescribed for VI
semester B.E. Mechanical Engineering degree programme under
Regulations 2004.
ME1021 Computer Aided Design
Modified List of electives (New elective are given in bold letters)
19. The Academic Council has approved the modification in the IV unit of
syllabus for the course “ME1401 Introduction to Finite Element Analysis”
prescribed for B.E. Mechanical Engineering under Regulations 2004.
ME1401 Introduction to Finite Element Analysis
Modified Syllabus are given in Bold Letters

20. The Academic Council has approved the modification in the syllabus for
the Course “CD1602 Finite Element Analysis” in unit II of M.E. Computer
Aided Design under Regulations 2005 and to implement the revised
syllabus from the academic year 2006-2007 onwards.
CD1602 Finite Element Analysis - Modified Syllabus
Modified Syllabus are given in Bold Letters

21. The Academic Council has approved the modifications in the eligible
entry qualifications for admission to the M.E. Product Design and
Development under Regulations 2005 and to implement the revised
eligibility criterion from the academic year 2006-2007 onwards as
presented at the meeting.

EXISTING PROPOSED
B.E / B. Tech in Mechanical / B.E / B. Tech in Mechanical /
Auto / Production / Auto / Production /
Manufacturing / Industrial / Manufacturing / Industrial /
Mechatronics / EEE / ECE / Mechatronics
Instrumentation

22. The Academic Council has approved the inclusion of an elective course
“ME1023 Non – Destructive Testing” for all the B.E. degree programmes
offered under Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and to implement the
revised syllabus from the academic year 2006-2007.
ME1023 Non – Destructive Testing
FACULTY OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

23. The Academic Council has approved the modifications in the syllabus
and reference content of “PS1623 Flexible AC Transmission System” for
M.E. Power Systems Engineering offered under faculty of Electrical
Engineering to be followed from the academic year 2006-2007 onwards.
PS1623 Flexible AC Transmission System
Modified Syllabus (Syllabus completely modified)

24. The Academic Council has approved the Annual pattern curricula along
with the two branch core courses prescribed for the first year B.E. degree
programmes offered under Faculty of Electrical Engineering to be followed
by the affiliated Colleges from the academic year 2006 – 2007 onwards as
presented at the meeting.
(Refer Item No.7 under the Faculty of Science & Humanities for Curricula & Syllabi)

25. The Academic Council has approved the Curricula (including the
grouping of electives) for the III to VIII semesters of the B.E. Degree
programmes offered under Faculty of Electrical Engineering to be followed
from the academic year 2007 – 2008 onwards by the candidates admitted
to the first semester under annual pattern in the academic year 2006-2007
or later.
B.E. Electrical and Electronics Engineering - Curriculum
B.E. Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering - Curriculum
B.E. Instrumentation and Control Engineering - Curriculum

26. The Academic Council has ratified the List of Equipment for the
laboratory courses of the B.E. degree programmes offered under
Regulations 2004 and M.E. degree programmes offered under
Regulations 2005.
Laboratory Equipment for B.E. Degree Programmes
Laboratory Equipment for M.E. Degree Programmes

27. The Academic Council has ratified the Curricula for M.E. degree
programmes to be offered under part time mode of study under Regulations
2005.
M.E. POWER ELECTRONICS AND DRIVE - Curriculum
M.E. POWER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING - Curriculum
M.E. EMBEDDED SYSTEM TECHNOLOGIES - Curriculum
M.E. CONTROL AND INSTRUMENTATION - Curriculum

28. The Academic Council has approved the inclusion of additional elective
courses for M.E. degree programmes of Regulations 2005 offered under
Faculty of Electrical Engineering as presented at the meeting.
List of Electives of all M.E. degree programmes

29. The Academic Council has approved the modification of the syllabus of
a course “EE1352 Power System Analysis” of VI Semester B.E. Electrical
and Electronics Engineering of Regulations 2004.
EE1352 Power System Analysis
Modified Syllabus (Syllabus completely modified)

FACULTY OF INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

30. The Academic Council has approved the Annual pattern curricula for
the first year B.E. / B.Tech. degree programmes offered under Faculty of
Information & Communication Engineering to be followed by the affiliated
Colleges from the academic year 2006 – 2007 onwards and to approve
the detailed syllabi for the two branch core courses of each B.E./B.Tech.
programmes as presented at the meeting.
(Refer Item No.7 under the Faculty of Science & Humanities for Curricula & Syllabi)
31. The Academic Council has approved the Curricula (including the
grouping of electives) for the III to VIII semesters of the B.E./B.Tech.
Degree programmes offered under Faculty of Information &
Communication Engineering to be followed from the academic year 2007
– 2008 onwards by the candidates admitted to the first semester under
Annual Pattern in the academic year 2006-2007 or later.
1. B.E. (Electronics and Communication Engineering)
2. B.E. (Computer Science Engineering)
3. B.E. (Bio Medical Engineering)
4. B.TECH. (Information Technology)

32. The Academic Council has ratified the list of equipment for the
laboratory courses of the B.E. / B.Tech. degree programmes under
Regulations 2004 and M.E./M.Tech./ MCA Degree programmes offered
under Regulations 2005.
Laboratory Equipment for U.G. Degree Programmes
Laboratory Equipment for P.G. Degree Programmes

33. The Academic Council has approved the revision of Syllabus of


the course “EC1403 Microwave Engineering” prescribed for VII
Semester B.E. Electronics and Communication Engineering Degree
programmes offered under Regulations 2004.
EC1403 Microwave Engineering
Modified Syllabus (Syllabus completely modified)

34. The Academic Council has approved the inclusion of an elective


course “CS1023 Free Open Source Software I” in the list of electives
prescribed for B.E (CSE) / B.Tech (IT) and “MC1634 Free Open Source
Software I” for MCA degree programme.
CS1023 Free Open Source Software I for B.E (CSE) / B.Tech (IT) and
MC1634 Free Open Source Software I for MCA degree programme.
35. The Academic Council has approved the modified syllabus for
“MA1616A Applied Mathematics for Electronics Engineers” under R2005
and to implement from the academic year 2006-2007 onwards.
MA1616A Applied Mathematics for Electronics Engineers
Modified Syllabus (Syllabus completely modified)

36. The Academic Council has approved the curricula & syllabi of III to VI
semester and electives for the M.C.A degree programme under
Regulations 2005.

III to VI semester curricula & syllabi of M.C.A programme

FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY

37. The Academic Council has ratified the modification of syllabus content
of “CH1204 Chemistry Laboratory III” for B.Tech. (Chemical Engineering)
under Regulations 2004.
CH1204 Chemistry Laboratory III 0 0 3 100 – Modified Syllabus

38. The Academic Council has approved the Annual Pattern Curricula for
the first year B.Tech. programmes offered under the Faculty of Technology
to be followed by the Affiliated Colleges from the Academic year 2006-07
onwards and to approve the detailed syllabi for the two branch-core
courses of each B.Tech. degree programmes as presented at the meeting.
(Refer Item No.7 under the Faculty of Science & Humanities for Curricula & Syllabi)

39. The Academic Council has ratified the list of equipment for the
laboratory courses of B.Tech. / M.Tech. degree programmes offered under
Faculty of Technology under Regulations 2004 and Regulations 2005
respectively.
Laboratory Equipment for B.Tech. Degree programmes
Laboratory Equipment for M.Tech. Degree programmes

40. The Academic Council has approved the Curriculum for the 3rd to 8th
semester including elective courses and Syllabi for 3rd & 4th semester
B.Tech. Petroleum Engineering under Regulations 2004.

B.Tech. Petroleum Engineering – Curriculum and Electives (3rd – 8th Semesters)


B.Tech. Petroleum Engineering – Curriculum & Syllabi (3rd to 4th Semesters)

41. The Academic Council has approved the curriculum and syllabi for II to
IV Semester for M.Tech. Renewable Energy under Regulations 2005.
M.Tech. Renewable Energy - Curriculum & Syllabi (2nd to 4th Semesters)

42. The Academic Council has approved the modification of the syllabi
content for “MG1402 Process Economics and Industrial Management”
which is prescribed for VII semester B.Tech. Chemical Engineering and
B.Tech. Polymer Technology under Regulations 2004.
Process Economics and Industrial Management – Modified Syllabus

43. The Academic Council has approved the inclusion of an Elective


Course “CH1014 Energy Management in Chemical Industries” in the
curriculum of M.Tech. Chemical Engineering degree programme for both
Full time and Part time mode and to approve its detailed syllabus.
CH1014 Energy Management in Chemical Industries

** 44. The Academic Council has approved the minor modification in the list
of experiments to be offered in certain laboratory courses of B.Tech.
Chemical Engineering offered under Regulations 2004 as presented in the
meeting.
Modified Lab courses
FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE & PLANNING

45. The Academic Council has approved the amendment to clause 2.1. of
Regulations 2004 for B.Arch. degree programme with the following minor
changes to include diploma (10+3) as an entry qualification for admission
to I Semester B.Arch. degree programme.
EXISTING PROPOSED
Clause 2.1. Clause 2.1.

Candidates for admission to Candidates for admission to the


the first semester of ten first semester of ten semester
semester B.Arch. Degree B.Arch. Degree Programme
shall be required to have
Programme shall be required
passed the Higher Secondary
to have passed the Higher Examination of (10+2)
Secondary Examination of curriculum or 3 year diploma
(10+2) curriculum with (10+3) recognized by the
English, Mathematics, Central / State Government
Physics and Chemistry as with English, Mathematics,
subjects with an over-all Physics and Chemistry as
aggregate of not less than subjects of study provided
50% or any other examination the candidate passed the
of any University or Authority examination with an overall
accepted by the Syndicate of aggregate of not less than
50% or any other examination
this university as equivalent
of any University or Authority
thereto. accepted by the Syndicate of
this university as equivalent
thereto.

46. The Academic Council has approved the amendments related to the
introduction of X semester B.Arch. (Interior Design) to various clauses of
the Regulations 2004 for B.Arch. to be followed by affiliated colleges as
presented in the meeting.
Amendments to Regulations 2004 for B.Arch.

47. The Academic Council has approved the shifting of practical training of
VIII semester to VII semester and all the courses of VII semester to the
VIII semester of B.Arch. degree programme under Regulations 2004.
Modified Curriculum for VII and VIII Semester B.Arch.

48. The Academic Council has approved the minor change in Clause 8.1.1.
of Regulations 2004 for B.Arch. degree programme as “between 65%
and less than 75%” in place of ‘65% and 74%’ regarding the attendance
requirement.
Clause 8.1.1. of Regulations 2004 for B.Arch.

FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES


49. The Academic Council has ratified the inclusion of an elective course
“BA070 Retail Management” of MBA degree programmme under
Regulations 2002 and to approve its detailed syllabus as presented at the
meeting.
BA070 Retail Management

50. The Academic Council has revised the overall Curriculum (I to IV


Semester) & Syllabi should be made applicable to the MBA students to be
admitted from the academic year 2006-2007 onwards and the III and IV
Semester Curriculum shall be made applicable to the students admitted in
the year 2005-2006 also.
Change in Regulations :
• The duration of summer project for MBA programme is
reduced from 8 weeks to 6 weeks.
• The marks for project work of MBA programme is to be
revised as 400 marks instead of 200 marks and the
internal assessment marks is to be revised as 80
marks instead of 40 marks.

Curriculum & Syllabi for MBA Degree programme as presented in the Academic Council
Revised Curriculum & Syllabi for MBA Degree programme
51. The Academic Council has ratified the list of equipment for the
laboratory course “BA1658 Business Application Software” of MBA degree
programmes under Regulations 2005.
BA1658 Business Application Software - List of equipment

52. The Academic Council has approved the change in the duration of the
summer project to six weeks from eight weeks, which is to be done in the
summer after the second semester University Examinations.

RESEARCH BOARD
53. The Academic Council has ratified the amendment to Clause 3.2.1. of
Ph.D. regulations of Anna University regarding the permission granted to
the teachers of Government / Government Aided Polytechnic colleges to
register for Ph.D. programme on part-time basis in Anna University as
presented at the meeting.
Existing Clause Amended Clause
Clause 3.2.1. Clause 3.2.1.
“Full-time teachers of the constituent “Full-time teachers of the
Colleges / Colleges affiliated to the constituent Colleges / Colleges
Anna University affiliated to this University /
Government / Government aided
Polytechnic College”.

54. The Academic Council has ratified the amendment to Clause 7.3. of
Ph.D. Regulations of Anna University related to the supervisor
recognition as presented at the meeting.

Existing Clause Amended Clause


Clause 7.3. Clause 7.3.
The applicant shall have a minimum The applicant shall have a
of two publications to his/her credit minimum of two publications to
in referred journals within a period his/her credit in referred journals
of three years preceding his/her
date of application of recognition.
Publications made after Ph.D.
degree shall only be reckoned for
his purpose.

55. The Academic Council has ratified the amendment to Clause 10.2. of
Ph.D. Regulations of Anna University regarding the duration of
programmes as presented at the meeting.
Existing Clause Amended Clause
Clause 10.2. Clause 10.2.
The minimum duration of the The minimum duration of the
programme in Engineering, programme in Engineering,
Technology and Architecture & Technology,Architecture& Planning,
Planning for Full-Time/Part-Time Agriculture including the degrees
shall be two/three years from Veterinary Sciences,
respectively. Fisheries and Allied Courses for
Full-Time/Part-Time shall be
two/three years respectively.

56. The Academic Council has ratified to adopt the first year curriculum
and syllabi prescribed for B.Tech. (Chemical Engineering) and B.Tech.
(Polymer Technology) under Annual Pattern for the new courses B.Tech.
(8 semester) Food Technology and B.Tech. (8 semester) Rubber and
Plastics Technology respectively to be followed by the affiliated
engineering colleges from the academic year 2006-2007 onwards.

COMMON TO ALL FACULTIES

57. The Academic Council has approved the changes of question paper
pattern, revaluation and supply of Xerox copies of answer sheets of U.G.
programmes as follows:
1. In Part B all question (Q.No.11 to 15) must be ‘either or’ type
and compulsory question may be dispensed with.
2. Further, the council has decided to follow the revised
question paper pattern from the University Semester
Examinations to be conducted in November / December 2006
onwards.

**58. The Academic Council has approved the introduction of a new


laboratory course “Communication Skills Laboratory” in place of
“Communication Skills and Seminar” and “Professional / Presentation
Skills and Seminar / Technical Seminar” of V and VI semesters of B.E. /
B.Tech programmes under Regulations 2004.

Students of earlier Regulations after break of study rejoining under new


Regulations

59. The Academic Council has approved the proposal of directing the
students studying in affiliated colleges of Anna University who after break
of study rejoin when new Regulations are in force to undergo the
remaining semesters as per the Curricula & Syllabi in force under the new
Regulations.

60. The Academic Council has ratified the permission granted to implement
the following changes in the Curricula & Syllabi of various UG & PG
programmes with effect from the session June 2005 to December 2005 of
the Academic year 2005-2006 as recommended by the Boards of Studies
as presented at the meeting.
1. Curriculum 2005 for M.E. (Part time) programmes

2. Minor changes in the Curriculum of M.E. CAD / CAM of


Regulations 2005.

• “ED1627 Industrial Robotics and Expert Systems” is


introduced in place of “CC1602 Robotics and Sensors”.

• Inclusion of elective “Rapid Prototyping and Tooling”.


3. The Syllabus for “CAD Lab” and “Analysis and Simulation Lab” of
first semester and Second Semester M.E. CAD under Regulations
2005.

4. Modification of syllabus of “CE1161 Fluid and Solid Mechanics”


offered for third semester B.E. EEE, ICE and EIE under
Regulations 2001.
5. Syllabus for “CS065 Free Open Source Software I” for B.E (CSE) /
B.Tech (IT) under Regulations 2001.
6. The Curricula & Syllabi for courses for 2nd Semester and elective
courses of PG degree programmes offered under Faculty of
Information and Communication Engineering (under Regulations
2005).
** 7. Shifting of Lab Courses B.E. (EEE) under Regulations 2004

Sl. Existing Revised


Code & Course Title LTPM
No. Semester Semester
1. EE1304 Electrical Machine Lab II 0 0 3 100 V IV
2. CS1262 Object Oriented 0 0 3 100 IV V
Programming Lab

8. Modification of Unit IV of “MA1604 Applied Mathematics for Engineering


Design” offered for first semester M.E. Engineering Design and M.E.
Computer Aided Design.

61. i. The Academic Council has ratified the approval granted to offer the
following special elective courses for Ph.D Scholars under the Faculty of
Science & Humanities .
1. CY 081 Organic synthesis
2. CY 082 Asymmetric synthesis
ii. The Academic Council has ratified the approval granted to offer the
following special elective courses for Ph.D. Scholars under the Faculty of
Civil Engineering .
EN040 Networking Technology and Social Aspects in Rural Water Supply
RS083 Exploration in Heuristic and Optimal Decisions

iii. The Academic Council has approved the inclusion of the course
“EY1678 Design and Theory of Heat Pipe” as elective course for M.E.
Energy Engineering and course work for Ph.D Scholars under the Faculty
of Mechanical Engineering .
EY1678 Design and Theory of Heat Pipe

iv. The Academic Council has approved the special elective course
“PS1901 DC – DC Converters” for Ph. D programme under the Faculty of
Electrical Engineering .
PS1901 DC – DC Converters

v. The Academic Council has ratified to offer a course “BA091 Data


Mining and Data Warehousing” as special elective during July2005-
December 2005 session for Ph.D. Scholars under the Faculty of
Management Sciences.
BA091 Data Mining and Data Warehousing

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