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COIMBATORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

(Government Aided Autonomous Institution affiliated to Anna University,


Coimbatore)
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

ACADEMIC YEAR : 2013 14


SEMESTER : IV
COURSE / BRANCH : B.E. Civil Engineering / Section I

NAME OF THE FACULTY : Mr. M.Gowri shankar , Assistant Professor

FACULTY ROOM NO : Civil Department Staff Cabin


CONSULTING HOURS : Tuesday AN and Wednesday AN
SUBJECT CODE / NAME : 09CE49 Science of Creativity and Professional
Ethics

COURSE OBJECTIVE :
To inculcate among the students the importance of spirituality, yoga and
procedures to manage stress and strain. To impart the knowledge of professional
and management skills.
COURSE OUTCOMES :
CO1 : The students will be able to manage stress and strain in their profession in
future.
CO2 : The students will have knowledge of introspection procedures, practical
considerations and guidelines for their living.
CO3 : The students will work as a moral and ethical professional.

Programme Outcomes Contributed


PO3: Solve well-defined and open-ended problem.
PO7: Protect the environment with sustainable technologies.
PO8: Practice in their profession with ethics.
PO9: Excel as an individual and member of a multi-disciplinary team.
SYLLABUS
09CE49 Science of Creativity and Professional Ethics
Lectures per week : 2
Credit : 2
INTRODUCTION
Science of creativity and personality development objectives - evolution of the universe - creation
theory evolution theory theory of permanence theory of mithya big-bang theory static and
dynamic States etherial particles - panchabhudas evolution of life - science and spiritualism physical
transformation of biomagnetism - harmony in life self, family, society and nature - cause and effect
system.

LIFE FORCE, MIND AND CONCIOUSNESS


Life force origin potentiality of the life force pathway to realize universal force - premordial state -
almighty mind existence and purpose of mind greatness and mystery - role of mind in shaping ones
personality - ten stages totality wisdom consciousness - sixth sense action, word and deed six
temperaments.

TECHNIQUES FOR SELF EVALUTION


Blockades for personality development six impurities - introspection analysis of thought moralization
of desire eradication of worries neutralization of anger realization of self or actualization of the
universe
understanding of morality, duty and charity yoga - different types - kundalini yoga nine centers
removal of six imprints meditation and its benefits

HUMAN BODY

Body structure endocrine glands and six chakras seven thadus health and nature medicines -
understanding the need, habit, environmental conditions, society and evolutionary process of life
physical exercise and its importance regulating food, work, rest, sex and thought

PROFESSIONAL ETHICS
Engineering Ethics variety of moral issues moral autonomy professions and professionalism -
professional ideals and virtues engineers as responsible experiments safety and risk reducing risk
collegiability and loyalty professional rights intellectual property rights multinational corporations
environmental ethics engineering as managers.

TEXT BOOKS
1. Yogiraj Vethathri Maharishi, Karma Yoga The Holistic Unity, Vethathri Publications, 1986.
2. Mike Martin and Roland Schinzinger,Ethics in Engineering, McGraw Hill, NewYork 1996.

REFERENCE BOOKS

1. Charles D. Fleddermann, Engineering Ethics, Prentice Hall, New Mexico, 1999.


2. Laura Schlesinger, How Could You Do That: The Abdication of Character, Courage, and
Conscience, Harper Collins, NewYork, 1996.
3. Stephen Carter, Integrity, Basic Books, NewYork, 1996.
4. Tom Rusk, The Power of Ethical Persuasion: From Conflict to Partnership at work and in Private
Life, Viking, NewYork, 1993.2. Laura Schlesinger, How Could You Do That: The Abdication of
Character, Courage, and Conscience, Harper Collins, NewYork, 1996.

5. Naagarazan R.S., A Textbook on Professional Ethics and Human Values, New Age International
Publishers, New Delhi, 2009
Mapping of Course Outcomes with Programme Outcomes

Mapping of CO's and PO's


PO
CO
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 X
X X
X X

COURSE PLAN -09CE49 Science of Creativity and Professional Ethics

OBJECTIVE:
To inculcate among the students the importance of spirituality, yoga and
procedures to manage stress and strain. To impart the knowledge of professional
and management skills.

WEEK TOPICS COVERED ASSN/TEST


PLANNED
1 INTRODUCTION
Science of creativity and personality development : objectives,
evolution of the universe: creation theory, evolution theory, theory of
permanence, theory of mithya, big-bang theory
2 Static and dynamic States, etherial particles, panchabhudas, 1
evolution of life
3 Science and spiritualism, physical transformation of biomagnetism
4 Harmony in life: self, family, society and nature, cause and
effect system.
5 LIFE FORCE, MIND AND CONCIOUSNESS
Life force : origin, potentiality of the life force, pathway to realize
universal force
6 Premordial state : almighty, mind, existence and purpose of mind. 2
Greatness and mystery
7 Role of mind in shaping ones personality, ten stages: totality,
wisdom, consciousness
8 Sixth sense: action, word and deed,Six temperaments.

MIDSEMESTER TEST 1
9 TECHNIQUES FOR SELF EVALUTION
Blockades for personality development, six impurities, introspection
10 Analysis of thought: moralization of desire,eradication of worries, 3
neutralization of anger
11 Realization of self or actualization of the universe, understanding of
morality, duty and charity
12 Yoga: different types: kundalini yoga, nine centers, removal of six
imprints, meditation and its benefits
13 HUMAN BODY
Body structure: endocrine glands and six chakras, seven thadus
14 Health and nature, medicines : understanding the need, habit,
environmental conditions, society and evolutionary process of 4
life.
15 Physical exercise and its importance, regulating food, work, rest,
sex and thought
16 PROFESSIONAL ETHICS
Engineering Ethics: variety of moral issues, moral autonomy,
professions and professionalism, professional ideals and virtues.
17 Engineers as responsible experiments: safety and risk, reducing risk, 5
collegiability and loyalty.
18 Professional rights intellectual property rights multinational
corporations environmental ethics engineering as managers.

MIDSEMESTER TEST 2
TEXT Yogiraj Vethathri Maharishi, Karma Yoga The Holistic Unity, Vethathri
BOOK Publications, 1986.
Mike Martin and Roland Schinzinger,Ethics in Engineering, McGraw Hill,
NewYork 1996.
REFEREN Charles D. Fleddermann, Engineering Ethics, Prentice Hall, New Mexico, 1999.
CE
Laura Schlesinger, How Could You Do That: The Abdication of Character,
Courage, and Conscience, Harper Collins, NewYork, 1996.
Stephen Carter, Integrity, Basic Books, NewYork, 1996.

Tom Rusk, The Power of Ethical Persuasion: From Conflict to Partnership at work
and in Private Life, Viking, NewYork, 1993.2. Laura Schlesinger, How Could You
Do That: The Abdication of Character, Courage, and Conscience, Harper Collins,
NewYork, 1996.

Naagarazan R.S., A Textbook on Professional Ethics and Human Values, New


Age International Publishers, New Delhi, 2009

Assessment Methods
Number of Credits :2

Evaluation Scheme
Internal Assessment = 25 Marks
Terminal Examination = 75 Marks
Total = 100 Marks

Internal Assessments will be based on Mid-Sem Tests (Two), Assignments


(Five) and Attendance as Institute Policy

Mid-Sem Tests will conducted as per the Instructions of the Principal


organized centrally
Assignments will be as follows:
Five Topics will be given for assignment
Each Assignment will be evaluated for 10 Marks
Assignments have to be submitted on the scheduled day

Terminal Examination will be conducted by the Controller of Examinations


with the following Question Paper Pattern
QP will have TWO Parts Part A and Part B
Part A will have 10 Questions each carrying 2 (TWO) Marks without
choice
Part B will have 1 Question without choice and 4 Questions of Either/Or
Pattern with or without sub-divisions, Each full question carrying 11
(Eleven) Marks

Scheme for Awarding Internal Marks:


First Mid Semester Test = 7 Marks
Second Mid Semester Test = 7 Marks
Assignment (5 Nos) = 5 Marks
Attendance * = 5 Marks
Total = 25 Marks

Marks for Attendance will be awarded as per the following norms:


% of Attendance Marks
Up to 74% 0
75% 1
76-80% 2
81-85% 3
86-90% 4
91-100% 5

Result Analysis

Grade No of Students
S 18
A 10
B 11
C 16
D 7
E 10
RA 1
Total 73 Result Analysis
20
15
10
5
0
S A B C D E RA

Pass and Fail Percentage of students


Pass
72
Fail Pass and Fail Percentage
1
Total 1%
Pass Fail
73
99%

Criteria Attainment Level Points Averag Attainme


High Modera Low Secured e nt Level
(5) te (3) (1) Score

Performance in Internal

More
% No of than 19.19 5
Students 90
who
70
scored 57.53 5 3.66 High
89
marks
out of Less
100 than 23.23 1
70

Criteria Attainment Level Points Averag Attainme


High Modera Low Secured e nt Level
(5) te (3) (1) Score

Performance in Final Examination

% No of More 3 Moderate
Students than 24.65 5
who 90
scored 70 28.76 3
marks 89
out of
Less
than 46.57 1
100
70

Criteria Average Scoring


Scoring in Internals 3.66

Scoring in Final Examination 3.00


Average Score
3.33

Average Score Below 1.99 2 to 3.99 Above 4


Attainment Criteria Attainment Level Low (1) Moderate High (3)
(2)
If the attainment level is Moderate the CO is attained.