B.Tech.

   IIIrd & IVth Semester                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Prospectus No. 071759

   (Chemical Engineering)

 

 

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(FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY)

 

 

PROSPECTUS

 

Prescribed for

four year bachelor of technology

(chemical engineering)

 third & fourth semester

Examinations, 2006-2007.

Semester Pattern

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2006

 

 

 

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syllabus

prescribed for

B.Tech. (chemical engineering)

third & fourth semester

semester pattern

third semester

 

      3SCE1                                                                                                                        Inorganic chemistry

                                                                                                                                                       section-'a'

 

Unit I         1)     Structure of Atoms, Qualitative aspects only, Bohr's model, origin of the quantum theory, modern quantum theory of atom, wave particale duality, Heisenberg's uncertainty principle, Schrodinger wave equation, significance of E and y, Quantum numbers, Paul's Exclusion Principles, Quantum Numbers and distribution of electrons within a quantum shell, Building up of a multielectron atoms. Aufbau principle, Deviation from Aufbau principle, Classification of elements based on electronic configuration.

 

                   2)     Atomic properties :

                            Atomic size, ionisation energy, factors determining ionisation energy, trends in ionisation energy, electron affinity, electro negativity.

 

Unit II :     Molecule Formulation:

                   Types of chemical bonds and parameters of molecular structure (Bond energy, bond length, bond angle) ionic Bond : Lattice energy, Born Haber cycle, Co-valency, Hybridization and molecular shapes, sterio chemistry of some non-transitional element compounds, Resonance, intermediate bonds, Hydrogen bond, odd electron bond, electron deficient compounds, metalic bond, Vander walls Forces.

 

Unit III      Co-ordinate Covalent compounds (Complexes) Warner's coordination theory, Coordination number, Coordination sphere, ligands, chelates inner complexes, inorganic isomerism, nominclature of Coordination compounds, bonding in complexes, valence Bond theory, Crystal Field Theory, Ligand Field Theory, Application of complexes in industry.

 

 

 

 

 

Section - B

 

Unit IV      General Principles and processes of Metallurgy :

                   Occurance of metals, metallurgy, ore dressing, roasting calcination, Smelting, Fluxes, Slags, types of furnaces, refining of metals, Metallurgical industries of iron and steel, Aluminium, Copper, Zinc.

 

Unit V :     1)     Glass : Chemistry of glass making and materials used composition of different kinds of glasses, manufacture of glass and various glass wares such as bottles, plane glass, tubes, bulbs.

 

                   2)     Ceramics : Basic raw materials, fabrication methods, drying, firing, glazing, Enamels and enamelled metals.

 

                   3)     Refractories : Classification, raw materials, manufactures, refractory products, applications in industry.

 

Unit VI      1.      Insustrial Gases : CO,CO2, H2,O2, N2, SO2, C2H2, Synthesis gas, Rare gases, Helium and nitrous oxide.

 

                   2.      Insustrial acids : Sulphuric acid, Nitric acid, Hydrochloric acid, Phosphoric acid.

 

                   3.      Industrial carbon : Activated Carbon, Lamp Black, Carbon Black, Graphite, Industrial Diamond.

 

Books recommended :

 

             1.   Chemical Process Industries : Shreve, R.N., Mcgraw Hill Co., New York, Students Edition, Latest Edition.

             2.   Manual of Chemical Technology : Vol I and Vol II : Venkateswarlu, I.I.T., Madras.

             3.   Outlines of Chemical Tech. : Dryden C.E., 2nd edition, Affiliate East West Press, Latest Edition.

             4.   Chemistry for Engineers : Satya Prakash and Sangal, S.P.Students Friends, Allahabad, Latest Edition.

             5.   Chemical Bonding : Agrawal O.P., Dhanpat Rai and Sons, Delhi 6, Latest Edition.

             6.   Chemistry of Metal Chelate Compounds : Martell A.S., and Calvin, M.Prentice Hall & Co. Latest Edition.

             7.   Engg. Chemistry : Jain P.C. and Jain M., Dhanpat Rai & sons.

             8.   Industrial chemistry : sharma B.K., Goel  Pub.House, Meerut.

             9.   Engg.Chemistry : Dara S.S., S.Chand & Co.

             10. Text Book of Inorganic Chemistry : soni P.L., S.Chand & Co., Delhi, Latest Edition.

             11. Fundamental concepts of Inorganic Chemistry : Gilreath, McGraw Hill Kogakusha Ltd. International students edition.

 

 Inorganic practicals

 

             1.   Standardization of HCL by Borax.

             2.   Standardization of NaOH by Oxalic acid.

             3.   Strength of H2O2 by Potassium permagnate.

             4.   Estimation of ferrous ammonium sulphate/FE using potassium dichromate as external incicator.

             5.   Determination of hardness of Water by  EDTA method.

             6.   Estimation of halide using Silver Nitrate.

             7.   Determination of Caustic soda and sodium carbonate in a given alkali mixture.

             8.   Determination of copper iodometrically using hypo solution.

             9.   Estimation of available chloride in Bleaching powder.

 

3SCECT2      Applied physical chemistry-ii

SECTION-A

 

Unit I:      Electrochemistry :

                   Conductance, Specific, Equivalent and molecular conductance their determination, independent mobility of ions, Transport number, determination of transport number by Hittorff's and moving boundary method. Debye-Huckl's theory of strong electrolytes. Concentration cells with and without transference. Standard electrode potential and its measurement, Appilcations of EMF measurements, 1. Determination of solubility and solubility product of salt, 2. Determination of pH, 3. Determination of degree of hydrolysis of salts. 4. Determination of activity and activity co-efficient. 5. To study complexes. Electrometric Titrations. Numerical.                                             (10)

Unit II:    (A) Radiation Chemistry :

                   Photochemical Reactions, Laws of  Photochemistry, Quantum efficiency & its experimental determination. Deviations in the law of photochemical equivalence, High quantum yield and Low quantum yield. Photosensitization, Photochemical kinetics.

 

                   (B) Spectroscopy :

                   Electromagnetic radiation, Characteristics, Electronic rotational and vibrational spectra, rotational energy, vibrational energy, derivation of moment of inertia for rigid rotator, wave number, instrumentation invovled in recording IR and NMR spectra and their applications.                                                                                                           (08)

 

 

Unit III    Macromolecules :

                   Size and shapes of Macromolecules, natural and Synthetic Macromolecules, Number average and weight average molecular weight of macromolecules and their determination by osmatic pressure, Diffusion, Sedimentation and ultracentrifuge, Viscosity and light scattering methods.                                                                                         (08)

 

SECTION-B

 

Unit-IV    thermodynamics :

                   Flame and explosion temperatures, Bond energies and heats of reaction, Principle of equipartition of energy, classical theory of Heat capacity, Quantum statistical theory of heat capacity, the partition function, Translational, rotational and vibrational partition function, Heat capacity of solids, the Einstein heat capacity equation, the Deybe's heat capacity equation. The third law of thermodynamics, statistical treatment of entropy, entropy and probability, the Sackur-Tetrode equation, the free energy function and its usefulness, The Joule Thomson effect.                                                                                                                                                                                                                (10)

 

Unit-V     :      Chemical equilibrium & kinetics of reaction :

                   Characteristics of chemical quilibrium, Law of mass action, Equilibrium constants & their relationship, Derivation of Law of mass action from Chemical potential, Van't-Haff's reaction isotherm, isochor and isobar. Rate law, order of reaction, kinetics of first, second and third order reaction, Absolute reaction rate of  Transition State Theory, Numericals.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                (10)

 

Unit-VI    (A) Surface chemistry :

                   Adsorption at surfaces, Physisorption and Chemisorption, Adsorption isoterms, Langmuir isotherm, BET isotherm, limitations of Langmuir isotherm. Determination of surface area by BET method, integral heat of adsorption and Differential heat of adsorption.

 

                   (B) Catalyst Science :

                   Catalyst, Characteristics of catalyst, Catalysis, Type of catalysis, Theory of heterogeneous catalysis, Catalytic Activator, Catalytic poisons, Autocatalysis.   (10)

 

 

Books Recommended :

 

             1.   Physical Chemistry by G.M.Barow .

             2.   Chemical Reaction Engineering by O.Levenspiel, Wiley Eastern Pvt.Ltd., New Delhi.

             3.   Introduction of Electrochemistry by S.Glasstone.

             4.   Thermodynamics for Chemists by S.Glasstone.

             5.   Fundamentals of molecular spectroscopy, By - Banwal. Tata McGraw Hills.

 

Practicals : Applied Physical Chemistry

 

1)         Determination  of equivalence point of titration by conductance measurement.

2)         Determination of cell constant, equivalent conductance of strong electrolyte at several dilutions.

3)         Determination of neutralisation point of titration between strong acid and strong base.

4)         Determination of transpart number of cations and anions by Hittarf's method or by EMF measurement.

5)         Determination of dissociation constant of weak acid such as oxalic acid by PH-metry titration with strong base.

6)         Estimation of Bismuth, Lead, and calcium in solution with EDTA by electrometric titration.

7)         To investigate the adsorption of oxalic acid or Acetic acid from aquieous solution by activated charcoal and examine the validity of freundlich and Longmuir isotherms.

8)         Determination of distribution coefficient of succinic acid between ether and water.

9)         Determination of Integral heat of solution of salt using Dewar's flask as calarimeter.

10)       Kinetic study of first orders reaction, hydralysis of methyl acetate or inversion of cane sugar.

11)       Kinetic study of saponification of ester by alkali for equimolar concentration.

12)       Determination of molecular weight of polymer such as PVA. polystyrene by viscosity measurement.

13)       Determination of radius of Glyceral as sucrose molecule.

14)       Determination of  l max, and concentration of CuSO4 in ammonia or KMnO4 in H2SO4 by spectraphotometric method.

15)       Study of phase diagram of three component system such as

             (a) Acetic acid, Chloroform & Water (b) Ethanol, Ethyl acetate & Water.

             (minimum 12 practicals from the above)

 

Books Recommended :

 

1)         Advanced Practical Physical Chemistry by J.B.Yadav.

2)         Practical Chemistry by Jahagirdar, Himalaya Publication.

3)         Expermintes in Physical Chemistry By - David P.Shoemaker, Carl W.Garland, Jeffrey I.Steinfeld, Mcgraw Hill.

3SCECT3 Strength of Materials

Section-A

 

Unit I   :     1. Introduction : Concept of Stress and Strain, Hook's Law, Poisson's ratio.

 

                   2. Stresses and Strains in determinate and  axially loaded members axial force diagrams, temperature stresses.

 

Unit II :     Shear force and bending moment diagrams and stresses in bending and shear for determinate beams.

 

Unit III      Stresses and Strain in determinate circular shafts subjected to twisting moment diagrams.

 

Section-B

 

Unit IV      1. Thin walled pressure vessels : Thin Cylinders, Spheres.

                   2. Slope and deflection of beams :- Double integration, area moment.

 

Unit V        : Stresses under combined loading :- Principle stresses and strains, direct bending torsion and bending etc.

 

Unit VI      1. Axially loaded columns (Euler's and Rankine's formula)

                   2. Strain energy under gradually applied load, suddenly applied load & impact load.

 

 

Books For Reference :

             1.   Strength of Materials by Singer

             2.   Mechanics of Structure, Vol.I by S.B.Junnarkar

             3.   Strength of Materials by Rammamrutham.

 

Practicals

 

Six to Eight experiments should be completed based on the syllabus of the subject and each student shall submit report/journal thereof. Practical and oral examination will be based on the syllabus and practicals.

 

         

3 SCECT4     Applied Thermodynamics

 

section-a

 

Unit I   :     Introduction to thermodynamics : First and Second Law of thermodynamics, Available and unavailable energy. Work from the system when it exchanges with its surrounding. Availability of steady flow and nonflow systems.

         

Unit II :     Fules and Combustion : Types of fuels, Manufacturing of fuel Fractional distillation, Calorific values of fuels and their determination, stoichio metric air fuel gas analysis. Orsat's apparatus. Gravimetric and Volumetric analysis and their conversion. Excess air, Determination of actual quality of air from combustion analysis, coal, coke, Gas Plants, Gobar gas Plants.

 

Unit III      Steam Boilers : Classification, Fire tube and water tube boilers Tube shape and position, firing, Head Sources, Fuel, Fluid, circulation, furnace position, furnace type, General Shape, Boiler mountings and accessories, Boiler draught.

 

Section-B

 

Unit IV      Reciprocating Steam Engines : Rankine Cycle, Constructional features of steam Engine and its development, expansive and nonexpensive working. Simple and compound steam engines. Hypothetical and actual indicator diagrams.

 

                   2. Condensers : Jet and surface condensers, Condenser vaccum, Efficiency, Air pumps, capacity of air extraction pumps, cooling towers.

 

Unit V :     I.C.Engines : Constructional features and development. Relative merits in comparison with steam engines. Classification, working of two stroke and four strokes Cycle engines, Air Standard, otto, Diesel and Dual cycles. Deviation of actual cycles from ideal cycles, ignition methods, valve timings, Simple carburetor, fuel pump and injector. Engine H.P., efficiencies specific fuel consumption, Heat balance, Cooling, lubrication and governing.

 

Unit VI      Reciprocating Air Compressors : Classification, single and multistage. Effect of intercoding. Volumetric efficiency and power requirements, Air motors and vacuum pump and their applications.

 

Recommended Books :

 

             1.   Thermal Engineering,

                   by R.L.Ballaney - Khanna, Pub.

             2.   Engineering Thermodynamics, by Gupta and Prakash, nemchand and Bros, Roorkee

             3.   Fundamentals of I.C. Engines

                   by Gill, Smith and Ziurys.

             4.   Heat Engines and Thermodynamics

                   by S.Domkundwar, Dhanpat Rai and sons, New Delhi.

Practicals :

Ten experiment based on the above syllabus evenly distributed, shall be performed and report/journal there of should be submitted by each student.

The practicals shall consist of practicals and viva-voce based on the syllabus and practical work.

 

3SCECT5    process calculations

section-a

 

Unit I   :     Mathematical Principles : Graphical and numerical method of data fiting monograms, various types of graph sheets. extrapolation and integration units and dimensions, dimension analysis. stoichiometrics and composition relations. amol, mole volume weight basic calculation based on simple chemical reactions.                        8Hrs.

 

Unit II :     Properties of gases. liquid and solids ideal and real laws. application of gas and standard condition. critical properties. properties of mixtures and solution partial pressure and partial volume calculation dissouating gases humidity & saturation psychometric charts.                                                                                                                        8 Hrs.

 

Unit III      Material Balance : With and without chemical reactions in unit operations. recycle purde bypass etc. some material balance formsteady state operations.        8 Hrs.

 

section-b

 

Unit IV      Thermo Physics :

                   Concepts and calculation involving specific hear. energy enthalpy etc. of chemical reactios.                                                                                                                   8 Hrs.

 

                   Thermo Chemistry :

                   Heats of formation reaction etc. perfect of temperature. pressure temperature of reactions.

 

Unit V :     Energy balance with a without chemics reactions. Steady & unsteady state processes.                                                                                                                             8 Hrs.

 

Unit VI      Heating value of fuels. calculations involving theoretical and excess air. heat & material blances of combustion processes. Chemical mottalurgical and other industrial processes. Industrial calculation.                                                                                                                                                                                                                          8 Hrs.

 

Books Recommended :

1)         Chemical Process Principle. Vol. I by Houqen. Watson & Raqatz. John Wiley and Sons.

2)         Stoichiometry for chemical Engineers. by williams and Johnson.

3)         Industrial Stoichemistry, by News Radash and Lewis.

4)         Stoichiometry by Bhatt and Vora. Tata McGraw Hill.

5)         Basic Principles & Calculations in Chemical Engg. : Himmelblau Phi.

6)         Process Calculations for Chemical Engineers : D Venkat Rao, Mcmillan & Co.

7)         Process Calculations for Chemical Engineers : Chemical Engg. Education, Dev.Centre, I.I.T. Madras by Durga Prasad Rao, C.H. & Murthy D.V.S.

 

fourth semester

4SCE1 applied mathematics-iii

 

section-'a'

 

Unit I   :     Ordinary differential equations - Complete solution, operator D, rules for finding complementation function, the inverse operator, Rules for finding the particular integral, Method of variations of parameters. Cauchy's and Legendre's linear differential equations. Simultaneous linear differential equations with constants co-efficient.

Unit II :     Laplace transforms : Definition, standard forms, properties of Laplace transform, inverse Laplace transform, convolution theorem. Laplace transform of impulse function. Unit step function, Laplace transforms of periodic function.

 

Unit III      a) Solution of differential equations, Simultaneous differential equations laplace transform method.

 

                   b) Fourier transforms - Definition standard forms, Inverse, Fourier transforms, properties of Fourier transforms, convolution theorem. Fourier sine and Fourier consine transforms and integrals.

 

section-'b'

 

Unit IV      a) Difference equations : solution of difference equations of first order. Solution of difference equations of higher order with constant co-efficients.

 

                   b) Z-Transform-Definition, Standard forms. Z-transforms of impulse function. Unit step functions. properties of Z-transforms linearity, Shifting,multiplication by K, change of scale initial and final values, inverse Z-transforms by direct division and partial fraction.

 

Unit V :     Vector calculus : Scalar and vector point functions. Differentiation of vectors. Curves in space, Gradient of scalar point function. Directional derivations. Divergence and curl of vector point function and their physical measuring expansion formulae.

 

Unit VI      Line, surface and volume integrals, Grass's Stroke's and Grass's theorems (without verification) and their generalised forms. Irrotational and Solenvidol fields.

 

Books Recommended :

 

1)         A text book of Applied Mathematics

             by P.N.Wartikar and J.N.Wartikar

2)         Advances Engg. Mathematics by B.S.Grewal

3)         Control System by Gopal and Nagrath.

4)         Integral Transfoms by Goyal and Gupta

5)         Advance Engg. Mathematics by Chandrika Prasad.

 

4SCE2    organic chemistry

Section-A

 

Unit I   :     (1) Aromatic Hydrocarbons :  Preparation, properties and uses of Benzene, napthalene, anthrascene and determination of their structure.

 

                   (2) Heterocyclic Hydrocarbons : total synthesis, preparation, properties and uses of Pyrole, thiephene, furan, pyridine and quinoline.

 

Unit II :     (1) Alcohols and Phenols : High molecular weight alcohols, viz, Lauryl, Cetyl alcohols, phenol, resorcinols, cresols, catechol and pyrogallol.

 

                   (2) Acids and esters : Preparation, properties and uses of mono dibasic acids, Acetoacetic acid, malonic acids and their esters.

 

Unit III      Amins : Mono, di and tri amones and their salts, amiline, anpythyl amine, diazo reactions and colour formation.

 

                   Chemistry of natural products : Simple terpenes, alpha pinene, geramol.

 

                   Glysaccharides : Industrial uses and structure determination of sucruose, glucose and starch.

 

Section-B

 

Unit IV:     Study of the following unit processing :

 

                   Nitration : Nitrating agents, Kinetics and mechanism of aromatic nitrations, Process equipment for nitration, typical industrial nitration process, Preparation of Nitrobenzene, nitronaphthalene, chloronitrobenzene and nitroacetanalidide.

 

Unit V :     Sulphonation and sulphation : sulphonating and Sulphating agents, Kinetics, mechanism and thermodynamics, industrial equipment and technique, technical preparation of sulphonates and sulphates such as aliphatic and aromatic sulphonates, sulphonation of castor oil, naphthalene, sulphation of alpha lauryl alcohol, dimethyl ether etc.

 

Unit VI      Principles of Polymer Chemistry and  Practices : Principles of polymer chemistry, industrially important polymerization products such as polystyrene, Polyninyl Chloride, Polyvirryl acetate, epoxy resin, Phenolics, carpolactum and isocyanates.

 

practical : Practicals based on above Syllabus.

 

Books Recommended :

 

1.          Organic Chemistry (Vols. I and II) by I.L.Finar, Longman Group Ltd., and the English Language Book Society, London, Latest Edition.

2.          Advance Orgnaic Chemistry by Fieser and Fieser, Asia Publication House, Bombay, Latest Edition.

3.          Unit Process in Organic synthesis by P.H.Groggins, Mcgraw Hill Latest Edition.

organic chemistry practicals

 

                   Identification of pure organic compounds on the  basis of reactions of the functional groups. Separation of the two compounds, simple mixtures and their  identification.

1.          Quantitative determination of the following groups :-

             (i) Acid (ii) Phenol (iii) Nitro (iv) Amino (v) Ester (vi) hydroxy

             (vii) Aldehyde.

2.          Simple Organic preparation :

             (i) Acetanilide (ii) Nitroacetanilide

 

Book Recommended :

             A laboratory hand book of organic quantitative analysis and separation : Kulkarni V.S., Dustance Ramchandra & Co, Pune 1979.

 

4 SCECT3    Machine Design & Drawing

section-a

 

Unit I   :     1. Mechanical Engineering Design : Traditional design methods, Design process, Design synthesis, Standardisation Limits, Fits and tolerances.

 

                   2. Engineering Materials :- Mechanical Properties of materials. I.S.designation of materials, selection of materials.

 

Unit II :     1. Design for static and fluctuating loads : Brittle and ductitle/Theories of failures. Factor of safety, stress concentration, Fluctuating Stresses Endurance Limit, Solderberg diagrams, notch sensitivity/Materials.

 

                   2. Shafts & Bearings : Transmission shafting. ASME code, Design on the basis of rigidity. Design of keys and couplings. Types of rolling contact bearing, Static and dynamic load carrying capacity. Selection of rolling contact bearing from manufacturers cataloge.

Unit III      Bolted Riveted and welded joints : Types of rivetted joints, Stresses in rivets. Thin cylinders with riveted joints, Types of welded joints, welded and riveted joints subjected to accentric loading. Belted points.

 

section - b

 

Unit IV      Belt, Chain and Gear Drivers : Types of belts and Chains, selection of belts and Chains from manufacturer's cataloges.

 

Unit V        : Types of gears, Gear tooth profiles, Gear trian velocity ratios, Gear tooth load for spur, helical level and worm gears, Design of spur gears.

 

Unit VI      Cylinders and pressure vessels :- Thick and thin cylinders, Design of pipe line and hydraulic valves. Introduction to design of unfired pressure vessels.

 

Books Recommended :

 

1.          Mechanical Engineering Design

             by J.E.Shigley, McGraw Hill.

 

2.          Design of Machine Elements,

             by M.F.Spotts, Prantice Hill.

 

Drawing works :

                   Drawing based on the above syllabus. Atleast four sheets of limperical size are expected.

 

4 SCECT 4     material technology

 

section-a

 

Unit I   :     Crystalline and non crystalline structure sensitive and structure insensitive properties and defects in crystals. Correlation of mechanical properties with reference to structure.

 

Unit II :     Effect of temperature on mechanical properties various methods of improving the strength failure under service conditions.

 

Unit III      Solid solutions phase diagrams and their relation to metal properties with reference to steels and cast irons.

 

section-b

Unit IV      Heat treatment of steels and common nn ferrous alloys.

 

Unit V :     Elastomers and plastomers, molecular structure and properties of polymers, ceramic materials and retractories, High temperature oxide ceramics glasses and their properties, composite materials.

Unit VI      Corrosion : Electrode potentials e.m.f. and galvanic series, polarisation forms of corrosion, rate factors, inhibition, prevention, control and testing, Corrosion behaviour of metals and alloys chemical resistance of polymers. Forming processes and corrsion. Nondestructive methods of testing, Metallic, Plastic and other protective coatings.

 

Books Recommended :

 

1.          Nature and Properties of Engineering Materials.

             by D.Jastrzebski.

 

2.          Introduction to Material Science by Guy.

 

3.          Material  science and Processes.

             by S.K.Hajra, Chaudhary.

 

4.          Material Science for Engineers, by Van Valack.

 

Practical

 

                   Ten experiments based on the above syllabus evenly distributed shall be performed and a report/journal there of submitted by each student.

 

                   The Practical Examination shall consist of practicals and viva-voce based on the syllabus and practicals.

 

 

 

 

4SCE(fpopc)T5 fluid flow operation

 

section - a

 

Unit I   :     Properties of fluid, normal forces in fluids.

 

                   Kinematics of flow : Descriptionof Velocity fluids, Streamline, irrotational flow, potential flow, continuity equation for compressible and compressible flow.

 

Unit II :     Berroulis equation, friction and heads loss for pipe flow, friction loss for expansion, contractions and fittings, power requirements for flow pipe layout and economic pipe diameter.

 

Unit III      Flow measuring devices for incompressible and compressible fluids.

 

section - b

 

Unit IV      Fluid machinery, Classification, Performance of pumps, compressors blowers, vaccum producing devices.

 

Unit V :     Boundary layer theory, Velocity profile and boundary layer calculations for turbulent flows, Prandlt mixing length.

Unit VI      Flow past immersed bodies, Flow through packed bed fluidized bed. Mixing and agitation.

 

Practicals based on above syllabus.

 

Books Recommended :

 

1.          Chemical Engineering Vol.I

             by J.N.Coulson & J.F.Richardson.

 

2.          Unit operations of Chemical Engineering

             by W.L.Mc Cabe McGraw Hill, Latest Edition.

 

3.          Momentum Transfer Operations

             by S.K.Gupta, Tata Mc Graw Hill

 

4.          Principles of unit Operations by A.S.Foust, ettal

 

5.          Unit Operations by C.G.Brown.

 

6.          Fluid Mechanics by R.P.Vyas, Central  Techno Pub., Nagpur

 

 

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environmental studies

 

                                                                                total marks : 100

 part-a

 

                                                                                                                                          short answer pattern                                                                                                          25 marks

 

1.   The Multidisciplinary nature of environmental studies

      .      Definition, scope and importance.

      .      Need for public awareness. 

(2 lecture hours)

2.   Social Issues and the environment

             .    From Unsustainable to Sustainable development

             .    Urban problems related to energy

             .    Water conservation, rain water harvesting, watershed management

             .    Resettlement and rehabilitation of people; its problems and concerns.

                  Case studies.

             .    Envionmental ethics : Issues and possible solutions.

             .    Climate change, global warming, acid rain, ozone layer depletion, nuclear

                  accidents and holocaust. Case studies.

             .    Wasteland reclamation.

             .    Consumerism and waste products.

             .    Environment Protection Act.

             .    Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act.

             .    Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act.

             .    Wildlife Protection Act.

             .    Forest Conservation Act.

             .    Issues involved in enforcement of environmental lesislation.

             .    public awareness.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              (7 lecture hours)

3.   Human Population and the Environment

             .    Population growth, variation among nations.

             .    Population explosion - Family Welfare Programme.           

             .    Environment and human health.

             .    Human Rights.

             .    Value Education.

             .    HIV / AIDS.

             .    Women and Child Welfare.

             .    Role of Information Technology in Environment and human health.

             .    Case Studies.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   (6 lecture hours)

 

 

part-B

                                                                                                                                 essay type with inbuilt choice                                                                                                     50 marks

 

4.   Natural resources :

      .      Renewable  and non-renewable resources :

             .    Natural resources and associated problems.

                  -    Forest resources : Use and over exploitation, deforestation, case studies.      Timber extraction, mining, dams and their effects on forests and tribal people.

                  -    Water resources : Use and over-utilization of surface and ground water, floods, drought, conflicts over water, dams-benefits and problems.

                  -    Mineral resources : Use and exploitation, environmental effects of extracting and using mineral resources, case studies.

                  -    Food resources : World food problems, changes caused by agriculture and overgrazing, effects of modern agriculture, fertilizer - pesticide problems, water logging, salinity, case studies.

                  -    Energy resources : Growing energy needs, renewable and non renewable energy sources, use of alternate energy sources, Case studies.

                  -    Land resources : Land as a resource, land degradation, man induced  landslides, soil erosion and desertification.

      .      Role of an individual in conservation of natural resources.       

      .      Equitable use of resources for sustainable lifestyles.

             (8 lecture hours)

5.   Ecosystems

      .      Concept of an ecosystem.

      .      Structure and function of an ecosystem.

      .      Producers, consumers and decomposers.

      .      Energy flow in the ecosystem.

      .      Ecological succession.

      .      Food chains, food webs and ecological pyramids.

      .      Introduction, types, characteristic features, structure and function of the following ecosystem :-

             -    Forest ecosystem

             -    Grassland ecosystem

             -    Desert ecosystem

             -    Aquatic ecosystems (ponds, streams, lakes, rivers, oceans, estuaries)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       (6 lecture hours)

6.   Biodiversity and its conservation

      .      Introduction - Definition : genetic, species and ecosystem diversity.

      .      Biogeographical classification of India.

      .      Value of biodiversity : consumptive use, productive use, social, ethical,  aesthetic and option values.

      .      Biodiversity at global, National and local levels.

      .      India as a mega-diversity nation.

      .      Hot-spots of biodiversity.

      .      Threats to biodiversity : habitat loss, poaching of wildlife, man-wildlife conflicts.

      .      Endangered and endemic species of India.

      .    Conservation of biodiversity : In-situ and Ex-situ conservation of biodiversity.                                                                                                                                                               (8 lecture hours)

 

7.   Environmental Pollution

      .      Definition

             .    Causes, effects and control measures of :-

                  -    Air pollution

                  -    Water pollution

                  -    Soil pollution

                  -    Marine pollution

                  -    Noise pollution

                  -    Thermal pollution

                  -    Nuclear hazards

      .      Solid Waste Management : Causes, effects and control measures of

             .    Role of an individual in prevention of pollution.

             .    Pollution case studies.

             .    Diaster management : floods, earthquake, cyclone  and landslides.                                                                                                                                                                              (8 lecture hours)

 

 part-C

                                                                                                                                             essay on field work                                                                                                             25 marks

8.   Field work

      .      Visit to a local area to document environmental assets - river / forest / grass land / hill / mountain

      .      Visit to a local polluted site - Urban / Rural / Industrial / Agricultural

      .      Study of common plants, insects, birds.

      .      Study of simple ecosystems - pond, river, hill slopes, etc.

                                                                                                 (5 lecture hours)

     

(Notes      :      i)    Contents of the syllabys mentioned under paras 1 to 8 shall be for teaching for the examination based on Annual Pattern.

                         ii)   Contents of the syllabys mentioned under paras 1 to 4 shall be for teaching to the Semester commencing first, and

                         iii) Contents of the syllabys mentioned under paras 5 to 8 shall be for teaching to the Semester commencing later.

 

List of references :-

1)       Agarwal, K.C., 2001, Environmental Biology, Nidi Publ. Ltd., Bikaner.

2)       Bharucha Erach, The Biodiversity of India, Mapin Publishing Pvt. Ltd., Ahmedabad - 380 013, India, Email : mapin@icenet.net (R)

3)       Brunner R.C., 1989, Hazardous Waste Incineration, McGraw Hill Inc. 480p.

4)       Clark R.S., Marine Pollution, Clanderson Press Oxford (TB)

5)       Cunningham, W.P.Cooper, T.H.Gorhani, E & Hepworth, M.T., 2001, Environmental Encyclopedia, Jaico Publ. House, Mumbai, 1196p.

6)       De A.K., Environmental Chemistry, Wiley Eastern Ltd.

7)       Down  to Earth, Certre for Science and Environment (R)

8)       Gleick, H.P. 1993, Water in crisis, Pacific Institute for Studies in Dev., Environment & Security. Stockholm Env. Institute, Oxford Univ. Press. 473p.

9)       Hawkins R.E., Encyclopedia of Indian Natural History, Bombay Natural Histroy Society, Mumbai  (R)

10)     Heywood, V.H. & Watson, R.T. 1995, Global Biodiversity Assessment, Ca mbridge Univ.     Press 1140p

11)     Jadhav, H & Bhosale, V.M. 1995, Environmental Protection and Laws, Himalaya Pub. House, Delhi. 284 p.

12)     Mckinney, M.L. & Schoch, R.M. 1996, Environmental Science Systems & Solutions, Web Enhanced Edition. 639 p.

13)     Mhaskar A.K., Matter Hazardous, Techno-Science Publications (TB)

14)     Miller T.G.. Jr.,  Environmental Science, Wadsworth Publishing Co. (TB)

15)     Odum, E.P., 1971, Fundamentals of Ecology, W.B.Saunders Co., U.S.A., 574p.

16)     Rao M.N. & Datta A.K.,1987, Waste Water Treatment, Oxford & IBH Publ. Co. Pvt. Ltd. 345 p.

17)     Sharma B.K., 2001,  Environmental Chemistry, Goel Publ. House, Meerut.

18)     Survey of the Environment, The Hindu (M)

19)     Townsend C., Harper J., and Michael Begon, Essentials of Ecology, Blackwell Science (TB)

20)     Trivedi R.K., Handbook of  Environmental Laws, Rules, Guidelines, Compliances and Standards, Vol. I and II, Enviro Media (R)

21)     Trivedi R.K. and P.K. Goel, Introduction to Air Pollution, Techno-Science Publications (TB)

22)     Wagner K.D., 1998,  Environmental Management, W.B.Saunders Co., Philadelphia, USA 499p.

 

             (M)    Magazine

             (R)     Reference

             (TB)  Textbook

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amravati university, amravati

ORDINANCE NO. 7 OF 2001.

Examinations leading to the Degree of (iÉÉÆÊjÉEòÒ ºxÉÉiÉEò ®úºÉɪÉxÉ +ʦɪÉÉÆÊjÉEòÒ) Bachelor  of Technology (Chemical Engineering)(Four Year Degree Course...Semester Pattern) Ordinance, 2001.

Whereas, it is expedient to provide an Ordinance in respect of Examinations leading to the Degree of (iÉÉÆÊjÉEòÒ ºxÉÉiÉEò ®úºÉɪÉxÉ +ʦɪÉÉÆÊjÉEòÒ) Bachelor of Technology (Chemical Engineering)(Four Year Degree Course...Semester Pattern) for the purposes hereinafter appearing the Management Council is hereby please to make the following Ordinance.

1.         This Ordinance may be called Ordinance in respect of Examinations leading to the Degree of (iÉÉÆÊjÉEòÒ ºxÉÉiÉEò ®úºÉɪÉxÉ +ʦɪÉÉÆÊjÉEòÒ) Bachelor of Technology (Chemical Engineering) (Four year Degree Course — Semester pattern) Ordinance, 2001.

2.         This Ordinance shall come into force from the date of its approval by the Management Council.

3.         Subject to the conditions prescribed by the Government from time to time, for admission to First B.Tech.    (Chemical Engineering) course the candidate shall be considered eligible:

             Passing 12th Standard Examination of the new pattern means the 12th Standard Examination of the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education with subject:

1.         English (Higher or Lower)

2.         Modern Indian Language (Higher or Lower)

3.         Mathematics and Statistics.

4.         Chemistry

5.         Physics

6.         Any other optional subject from out of the list  prescribed by the said Secondary and Higher Secondary  Education Board.

                                                 OR

1.         English (HIgher or Lower)

2.         Mathematics and Statistics.

3.         Chemistry

4.      Physics

5.         Vocational subject (Defined by the said Board as a Technical Subject)

             OR

             An Examination recognised by the Amravati University as an  equivalent to the above.

4.         Subject to the conditions prescribed by the Govt. from time to time for direct admission to the Second B.Tech.  (Chemical  Engineering) the candidate shall be considered eligible:

             Passing Diploma in respective branch in First Division,  awarded by the Board of Technical Examination of Maharashtra State, Mumbai.

                                                                OR

             Any Diploma equivalent to the corresponding Diploma of the Board of Technical Examinations of Maharashtra State, Mumbai.

5.         The Degree of Bachelor of Technology (Chemical Engineering) shall be awarded to examinee who, in accordance with the provisions of this Ordinance, qualifies, himself/herself.

6.         (i) There shall be Eight Semester Pattern Examinations leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Technology (Chemical Engineering) (First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh & Eight Semester B.Tech.)

             (ii) For the purposes of instructions and examinations, the student shall study sequentially.

7.         The period of Academic Session shall be such as may be notified by the University.

8.         The main examination of first, third, fifth and seventh semester B.Tech. shall be held by the University in winter & supplementary examination in summer every year. And main examination of second, fourth, sixth & eighth semester B.Tech. will be held in summer & the supplementary examination in winter every year.

9.         The Internal Assessment marks for theory should be based on Class Test and Attendance as follows :-

a)         Class Test                   -           15 Marks will be based

                                                               upon two Class Tests.

b)         Attendance                 -           Marks

             75% to 80%               -           1

             81% to 85%               -           2

             86% to 90%               -           3

             91% to 95%               -           4

             96% to 100%             -           5

             Where ever if internal assessment marks are ‘ten (10)’ then it should be converted out of “20”.

10.       Subject to his/her compliance with the provisions of this Ordinance and other  Ordinance (pertaining to Examinations) in force from time to time, the applicant for admission, at the end of the course of study of a particular semester, to an Examination specified in Column (1) of the table below, shall be eligible to appear if,

(i)         He/she satisfies the conditions in the table and the provisions thereunder.

(ii)       he/she complies with the provisions of the Ordinance pertaining to the Examinations in general from time to time.

(iii)      he/she has prosecuted a regular course of study in a College affiliated to the University.

(iv)      he/she has, in the opinion of the Principal, shown satisfactory progress in his/her studies.

 

TABLE

Name of Exam                           The student                  The Student should             The student should

                                                    should have                  have satisfactorily               have passed

                                                    passed the                     completed the foll-               following exami-

                                                    Exam. of                         owing session/                     nation.

                                                                                            semester   

First Semester                           XII standard                  .......                                         ......

B.Tech.                                      Examination

(Chem.Engg.)                            or equivalent

Second Semester                      .....                                   I Semester                              ......

B.Tech.                                                                              B.Tech.

(Chem.Engg.)                                                                    (Chem.Engg.) 

Third Semester                         .....                                   II  Semester                           2/3rd heads of

B.Tech.                                                                              B.Tech.                                  I & II Sem.

(Chem.Engg.)                                                                    (Chem.Engg.)                        combined together

Fourth Semester                       .....                                   III  Semester                          - do -

B.Tech.                                                                              B.Tech.

(Chem.Engg.)                                                                    (Chem.Engg.)

Fifth Semester                           I & II Sem.                     IV Semester                           2/3rd heads of  

B.Tech.                                      B.Tech.                          B.Tech.                                  III & IV Sem.     

(Chem.Engg.)                            (Chem.Engg.)                (Chem.Engg.)                        combined together

Sixth Semester                          - do -                               V Semester                            - do -

B.Tech.                                                                              B.Tech.                              

(Chem.Engg.)                                                                    (Chem.Engg.)

Seventh Semester  III & IV Sem.                                    VI Semester                           2/3rd heads of  

B.Tech.                                      B.Tech.                          B.Tech.                                  V & VI Sem.     

(Chem.Engg.)                            (Chem.Engg.)                (Chem.Engg.)                        combined together

Eight Semester                          - do -                               VII Semester                          - do -

B.Tech.                                                                              B.Tech.

(Chem.Engg.)                                                                    (Chem.Engg.) 

11.       An Examination who has passed 2/3rd heads of passing shall be allowed to keep term in the next higher class.

 

Explanation :

i)          While calculating 2/3rd heads of passing, fraction, if any, shall be ignored.

ii)         For Considering the heads of passing, every theory and every practical, shall be considered as separate head of passing.

12.       The schemes of Examinations shall be as prescribed by the Regulation.

13.       The fees for each B.Tech.(Chem.Engg.) Examination (Theory & Practical) shall be as prescribed by University from time to time.

14.        An examinee who is successful at any of the Ist, IInd, IIIrd, IVth, Vth, VIth, VIIth, and VIIIth Semesters B.Tech. (Chem.Engg.) Examinations under this Ordinance and who obtains 75% or more marks in that examination shall be placed in the First Division with distinction, those securing less than 75% but getting 60% or more shall be placed in the First Division and all other successful examinees shall be placed in the Second Division. However the division for the award of degree shall be based on VII and VIII Semester examinations marks taken together.

15.       (i) The scope of the subjects shall be as indicated in the syllabi.

             (ii) The medium of instruction and Examination shall be English.

16.       The provision of the Ordinance No.7-A shall apply to the Examination under this Ordinance.

17.       An examinee who does not pass; or who fails to present him/herself for the examination shall be eligible for readmission to the same examination/Semester, on payment of fresh fees and such other fees as may be prescribed.

18.       A candidate who could not complete a semester satisfactorily or who has failed will be eligible for readmission to the same semester. However readmission to semester should be allowed only when a regular session is running for the particular semester.  

19.       As soon as possible after examinations, the Board of Examinations shall publish a result of the examinees. The result of all examination shall be classified as stated in para 14 & 15 above and the branchwise merit list shall be notified as per Ordinance No. 6.

20.       Nothwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Ordinance no one shall be admitted to an examinations under this Ordinance, if he/she has already passed the same examinations or an equivalent examinations of any statutory University.

21.       (i) The examinees who have passed in all the subjects prescribed for all the examinations shall be eligible for award of the Degree of Bachelor of Technology (Chemical Engineering).

             (ii) The degree in the prescribed form, shall be signed by the Vice-Chancellor.

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REGULATION NO. 5 OF 2001.

 

Examinations leading to the Degree of Bachelor  of Technology (Chemical Engineering) (Four Year Degree Course....Semester Pattern) Regulation, 2001.

Whereas it is expedient to frame the  Regulation  in respect of Examinations leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Technology (Chemical Engineering) (Four Year Degree Course....Semester Pattern) for the purposes hereinafter appearing the Management Council is hereby pleased to  make a following Regulation.

1.          This regulation may be called “Examinations leading to the Degree of Bachelor  of Technology (Chemical Engineering) (Four Year Degree Course....Semester Pattern) Regulation, 2001.

2.          This  Regulation shall  come  into force  from the date of its approval by the Management Council.     

3.          The Schemes of Teachings and Examinations for Ist & IInd, IIIrd & IVth, Vth & VIth and VIIth & VIIIth Semester in respect of Bachelor of Technology (Chemical Engineering) (Four Year Degree Course....Semester Pattern) shall be as per Appendices-A, B, C, and D appended with this Regulation respectively.

 

 

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sant gadge baba  amravati university,  amravati

ordinance no. 42 of 2005

               

                Examination in Environmental Studies leading to Bachelor Degree, Ordinance, 2005

                Whereas it is expedient to frame an Ordinance relating to Examination in Environmental Studies leading to Bachelor Degree level, hereinafter appearing, the Management Council is hereby pleased to make the following Ordinance.

1.   This Ordinance may be called “Examination in Environmental Studies leading to Bachelor Degree, Ordinance, 2005.”

2.   This Ordinance shall come into force from the academic session 2005-06.

3.   In this Ordinance and in other ordinances relating to the examination, unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context :-

 

       (i)      “Academic session” means a session commencing on such date and ending with such date of  the year following as may be appointed by the Management Council.

       (ii)     “Admission to an examination” means the issuance of an admission card to a candidate in token of his having complied with all the conditions laid down in the relevant ordinance, by a competant officer of the University.

       (iii)    “Applicant” means a person who has submitted an application to the University in the form prescribed for admission to an examination.

       (iv)    “Candidate” means a person who has been admitted to an examination by the University.

       (v)     “Regular Candidate” means an applicant who has applied for admission to a Univeristy examination through an affiliated college, Department or Institute in which he/she has prosecuting a regular course of study.

       (vi)    “Examinee” means a person who present himself/herself for an examination to which he/she has been admitted.

       (vii)   “Examination” means an examination prescribed by the University under the relevant Ordinance.

       (viii) “External Candidate” means a candidate who is allowed to take a University examination in accordance with the provision of Original Ordinance No. 151.

       (ix)    “ Non-Collegiate Candidate” means a candidate who is not a collegiate candidate.

 

       (x)     An “Ex-student” is a person who having once been admitted to an examination of this University, is again required to take the same examination by reason of his failure or  absence thereat and shall include a student who may have joined a college, Department or Institute again in the same class.

       (xi)    “Bachelor Degree Examination” means a examination leading to Bachelor Degree of  the University.

       (xii)   “Previous Year” means a year following by final year of Bachelor Degree.

 

4.   Save as otherwise specifically provided, the conditions prescribed for admission to the examination under this Ordinance shall apply to all persons who wish to take the examination to the Degrees of the University mentioned in para 5 below.

 

5.   The conditions prescribed for admission to examination under this Ordinance shall apply to following degrees of the University :-

      1) Bachelor of Arts                       

      2) Bachelor of Performing Arts     

      3) Bachelor of Fine Arts              

      4) Bachelor of Mass Communication        

      5) Bachelor of Social Work         

      6) Bachelor of Commerce             

      7) Bachelor of  Business Administration                  

      8) Bachelor of Science                 

      9) Bachelor of Computer Science                                               

      10) Bachelor of  Computer Applications                                                                   

      11) Bachelor of Pharmacy                                                            

      12) Bachelor of  Science (Home Science)                                                                                  

      13) Bachelor of Technology (Cosmetics)                                 

      14) Bachelor of Engineering

      15) Bachelor of Engineering (Part Time) (Civil)        

      16) Bachelor of Textile

      17) Bachelor of Technology (Chemical Technology)             

      18) Bachelor of Technology (Chemical Engg.)                                                        

      19) Bachelor of Architecture, and                                              

      20) Bachelor of Laws (Five Year Course)  

 

6     i)    Environmental Studies shall be a compulsory subject for a previous year examination of   the following Bachelor degrees of the University,

             1) Bachelor of Arts

             2) Bachelor of Performing Arts

             3) Bachelor of Fine Arts

             4) Bachelor of Mass Communication

             5) Bachelor of Social Work

             6) Bachelor of Commerce

             7) Bachelor of  Business Administration

             8) Bachelor of Science

             9) Bachelor of Computer Science

             10) Bachelor of  Computer Applications                                                            

             11) Bachelor of Pharmacy

             12) Bachelor of  Science (Home Science)                                                           

             13) Bachelor of Technology (Cosmetics)                           

             14) Bachelor of Engineering (Part Time) (Civil)

 

       ii)   Environmental Studies shall be a compulsory subject for IIIrd & IVth Semester of the following Bachelor Degrees of the University,

             1) Bachelor of Engineering

             2) Bachelor of Textile

             3) Bachelor of Technology (Chemical Technology)         

             4) Bachelor of Technology (Chemical Engineering)         

             5) Bachelor of Architecture, and

 

       iii) Environmental Studies shall be a compulsory subject for Vth & VIth Semester of the Degree of Bachelor of Laws (Five Year Course)

 

7.   Examination leading to Environmental Studies at above mentioned Bachelor Degree courses shall be held once in Academic session i.e. in Summer only, at such places and on such date as may be appointed by the Board of Examinations.

      Explanation :- Examination to be held in Summer shall be conducted on the basis of one common question paper for all Bachelor Degree courses irrespective of  annual  or semester pattern.

 

8.   Scope of the subject for annual pattern examination and or semester pattern examination shall be as provided under the syllabus.

 

9.   Common question paper for all courses covered under this Ordinance alongwith answer books shall be supplied by the University to the colleges, Departments and Institutes for conducting the examination of the subject.

 

10. Valuation of the answer books relating to this subject shall be done at college/Department/Institution level only. Remuneration for valuation of answer books shall not be paid by the University.

 

11. It shall be obligatory on the part of the college/Department/Institute to submit candidate wise following  information to the University on or before the date as may be prescribed by the University :-

      ____________________________________________________

      Sr. No.                              Grade/Category                    Marks secured

      ____________________________________________________

      1.                                       “A”                                         - 60  and above 

      2.                                       “B”                                         - 45   to 59

      3.                                       “C”                                         - 35   to 44

      4.                                       “D”                                         - 25   to 34 

      5.                                       “Fail”                                      - 24   and below

      6.                                       “Absent”

      ____________________________________________________

 

12. For the purposes of teaching, learing and examination, the Committee consisting of three teachers shall be appointed by the Principal/ Head of the Department/Head of the Institution under his/her  Chairmanship/Chairpersonship. While appointing three teachers on the said committee, the Principal shall take care that the teachers to be appointed on the committee, if necessary, shall be from different faculty.

 

13.  i)    Duration of theory examination of this subject shall be three hour.

       ii)   For all Bachelor Degree examinations, common question paper of 100 marks shall be provided by the University.

       iii) Distribution of these 100 marks shall be as follows :-

                a) Part-A, Short Answer Pattern                        -               25 Marks

                b) Part-B, Essay type with inbuilt choice         -               50 Marks

                c) Part-C, Essay on Field Work                          -               25 Marks

 

14. Medium of instruction shall be English or Marathi or Hindi. Question paper shall be supplied in English and Marathi and Hindi. A candidate shall have option to write answers in English  or Marathi or Hindi.

 

15. Examination of this subject shall be compulsory for external candidate also.

 

16. For teaching of the subject, there shall be atleast two hour per week.

      For teaching the subject to the regular candidates, a full time approved teacher of the University and or a person having Postgraduate Degree in any faculty with second class shall be considered elligible.

 

17. For teaching of the subject, additional fee to be charged to regular candidate shall be as prescribed by the University.

 

18. Fees for examination to be paid to the University shall be as prescribed by the University from time to time.

 

19. The Grade secured by an examinee in the examination of this subject shall not be considered for providing the facility of A.T.K.T. in next higher class.

 

20. The provisions of Ordinance No. 18/2001 shall not be applicable for securing a grade or higher grade in the examination of this subject.

 

21. Result of the Final Year of the respective Degree shall not be declared of an examinee unless he/she secures any one of the grade in the examination of subject.

 

                Provided an examinee admitted to Five Year LL.B. course desiring not to continue his/her education beyond Sixth Semester of the said course shall have to secure any one of  the grade in the examination of the subject otherwise his/her result of Sixth Semester for awarding B.A. degree shall not be declared.

 

22. Grade secured by an examinee in the examination of the subject shall be shown in the statement of marks of Final Year/Last Semester examination.        

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direction

No.:5/2005.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            date : 3/6/2005

               

      Subject : fees to be charged to the students of the subject environmental  studies as a compulsory subject at Bachelor Degree level

               

                Whereas the Academic Council in its meeting held on 24/8/2003, vide Item No. 65, considered the letter received from Dr. Narendra Jain, Joint Secretary, University Grants Commission, New Delhi, dtd. 31st July, 2003, alongwith a copy of “Six month module Syllabus for environmental studies for Undergraduate courses” of all branches of Higher Education and resolved to refer the letter alongwith module Syllabus to all faculties for their considerations and recommendations threon. The Council further resolved that the said recommendations be placed before the joint meeting of the Deans for further recommendations to the Academic Council,

               

AND

               

                Whereas the joint meeting of Deans of faculties under the Chairmanship of Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor held on 16th July, 2004 has considered the recommendations of the faculties in the University regarding “Six month module Syllabus for environmental studies for Undergraduate courses” and resolved to recommend the decisions taken by it in respect of the subject environmental studies  to the Academic Council,

               

AND

               

                Whereas Academic Council in its meeting held on 16-08-2004 on considering Item No. 46 on the Agenda, resolved to accept the minutes of the joint meeting of Deans of the faculties in the University,

               

 AND

               

                Whereas as per decision of the Academic Council, the subject environmental studies is to be appointed as a compulsory subject for the previous year of the Bachelor Degree from the Academic session 2005-2006 excluding the Bachelor Degrees in the faculty of Education and LL.B. Three Year Course,

AND

               

                Whereas the Management Council in its meeting held on 21/05/2005, vide Item No.167  has accepted fees to be charged to the students of the subject environmental studies as a  compulsory subject at Bachelor Degree level,

 

 AND

               

                Whereas the matter is required to be regulated by an Ordinance and making amendment in the existing Ordinance is time consuming process,

               

                Now, therefore, I, Dr. S.N.Patil, Vice-Chancellor of  Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University in exercise of powers conferred upon me under sub section (8) of Section 14 of the Maharashtra Universities Act, 1994, do hereby issue the following direction :-

               

1)   This direction shall be called “Examination in Environmental Studies leading to Bachelor Degree, direction, 2005”

2)   This direction shall come into force from the date of its issuance.

3)   Every College / University Teaching Department shall charge additional fee of Rs.100/- to every student of the subject Environmental Studies.Out of this Rs.100/-, the College / University Teaching Department shall have to pay Rs. 25/- to the University as an examination fee of each candidate for the subject Environmental Studies.

4)   Answer books of  external examinee shall be evaluated at the examination centre where the examinee has been examined  for the subject Environmental Studies.  Each examination centre shall be paid  prescribed evaluation fee for evaluation of each answer book of external examinee appeared from that examination centre.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Sd/-

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    (Dr. S.N.Patil)

Amravati                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Vice-Chancellor 

Date :03/06/2005.

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                                                                                                            appendix-b

L   :   Theory  Lecture                                           four year  b.tech. (chemical engineering)                                                    Abbreviations           

T  :   Tutorial                                                                                    degree course                                                                                S   -    Semester pattern

P   :   Practical                                                                              semester pattern                                                                            CE -   chemical Engineering

D  :   Drawing/Design                                                                      third semester                                                                               CT-    chemical Technology including

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Food/Pulp & Paper/Oil & Paint/

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Petrochemical and Polymer (Plastic)      

                                                                                                                       

                                                                                       :Teaching Scheme:                                    Examination Scheme

                                                                                       L:       T:    P/D   Total                      Theory                                                           Practical

Sr.       Sub.                        Subject                                                        Hours/     

No.      Code                                                                                              week         Duration   Max.      Max.        T     Min      Max     Max.          T     Min      Grand               

           No.                                                                                                                of             Marks    Marks       o     pass      Marks   Marks        O     pass      Total               

                                                                                                                                  papers      Theory  College     T     Marks               College      T     Marks

                                                                                                                                  (Hrs.)       papers    Assess-     A                              Assess-       A

                                                                                                                                                                ment        L                               ment.         L

 

   1.     3SCe1          Inorganic Chemistry                       3         1       2         6               3              80         20        100       40         25        25          50      25

   2.     3SCECT2     Applied Physical Chemistry-II       3         1       2         6               3              80         20        100       40         25        25          50      25

   3.     3SCECT3     strength of materials                      3         1       2         6               3              80         20        100       40         25        25          50      25

   4.     3SCECT4     Applied Thermodynamics              3         1       2         6               3              80         20        100       40         25        25          50      25

   5.     3SCECT5     Process Calculations                       3         1       -          4               3              80         20        100       40           -           -             -         -

                               Total                                        15       05      8         28                                                     500                                            200                   700

 

 

 

 

L   :   Theory  Lecture                                          four year b.tech.  (chemical  engineering)                                                   Abbreviations           

T  :   Tutorial                                                                                    degree course                                                                                S   -    Semester pattern

P   :   Practical                                                                              semester pattern                                                                            CE -   chemical Engineering

D  :   Drawing/Design work                                                            fourth semester                                                                             CT-    chemical Technology including

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Food/Pulp & Paper/Oil & Paint/

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Petrochemical and Polymer (Plastic)      

                                                                                                                       

                                                                                       :Teaching Scheme:                                    Examination Scheme

                                                                                       L:       T:    P/D   Total                      Theory                                                           Practical

Sr.       Sub.                        Subject                                                        Hours/     

No.      Code                                                                                              week         Duration   Max.      Max.        T     Min      Max     Max.          T     Min      Grand               

           No.                                                                                                                of             Marks    Marks       o     pass      Marks   Marks        O     pass      Total               

                                                                                                                                  papers      Theory  College     T     Marks               College      T     Marks

                                                                                                                                  (Hrs.)       papers    Assess-     A                              Assess-       A

                                                                                                                                                                ment        L                               ment.         L

 

   1.     4SCe1          Applied Mathematics-III                4         1       -          5               3              80         20        100       40           -           -             -         -

   2.     4sce2          Organic Chemistry                         3         1       2         6               3              80         20        100       40         25        25          50      25

   3.     4scect3     Machine Design & Drawing            2         1       2         5               3              80         20        100       40         25        25          50      25

   4.     4SCECT4     Material Technology                      3         1       2         6               3              80         20        100       40         25        25          50      25

   5.     4sce(fpopc)t5Fluid Flow Operation                3         1       2         6               3              80         20        100       40         25        25          50      25

                               Total                                        15       05      8         28                                                     500                                            200                   700