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Anna University Syllabus

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Anna University Syllabus
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Name of Courses
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B.E. Civil Engineering
B.E. Geo Informatics Engineering
B.E. Agriculture Engineering
B.E. Aeronautical Engineering
B.E. Automobile Engineering
MBA(Hospitality & Tourism)
MBA – Tourism Management

Anna University Syllabus

B.E. Civil Engineering Semester – I

Technical English I

Unit I
Unit II
  • Vocabulary
  • using words in context
  • use of suffixes to form nouns from verbs and adjectives
  • adjectives
  • adverbs
  • matching words with meanings
  • Active and passive voices
  • Tenses
  • simple present
  • present continuous
  • comparative adjectives
  • adverbial forms
  • Reading text
  • skimming for general information
  • specific details
  • note making
  • cloze reading
  • Listening and transferring of information from text to graphic forms
  • bar charts
  • flow-charts
  • Paragraph writing
  • descriptions using descriptive words and phrases
  • organising information
  • Role play
  • conversational techniques
  • discussions
  • oral reporting
  • Vocabulary items
  • words with prefixes (“multi-“, “under-“)
  • Asking and answering questions
  • error correction
  • spelling and punctuation
  • Reading Comprehension
  • scanning for information
  • inferring meaning from context
  • Listening and guided notetaking
  • paragraph writing
  • using notes
  • giving suitable headings / subheadings for paragraphs
  • Comparing and contrasting using expressions of comparison
  • Discussion using creative ideas

Unit IV
  • Compound nouns
  • negative prefixes
  • antonyms
  • Use of modal verbs
  • making sentences using phrases
  • tenses
  • simple past and present perfect
  • Reading and guessing meanings in context
  • Listening and note taking
  • Channel conversion from text to chart
  • Writing comparisons
  • making recommendations
  • coherence using discourse markers
  • Discussion
  • role-play (explaining and convincing)

  • Expanding nominal compounds
  • words with multiple meanings
  • Error correction
  • Prepositions
  • use of the prefix “trans-“
  • compound adjectives
  • modal verbs to express probability
  • simple past and present prefect
  • Reading
  • prediction of content
  • understanding advertisements
  • scanning the text and comprehension check
  • Listening 3 for details
  • Writing definitions
  • expression of use and purpose
  • Role-play – discussion - speculating about the future
Unit V
  • Formation of nouns
  • verbs and adjectives from root words
  • some useful phrases and expressions
  • cloze exercises
  • ‘If’ conditional clauses
  • gerunds (verbal nouns)
  • Reading for comprehension
  • intensive reading
  • Accuracy in listening
  • listening to discussion on specific issues
  • Group discussion - role-play (stating, discussing problems and proposing solutions)
  • Planning a tour
  • Writing an itinerary
  • Writing formal letters
  • letter to the editor
Mathematics – I

Unit I
Unit II
Infinite Series
Unit III
Functions Of Several Variables
Unit IV
Improper Integrals
Unit V
Multiple Integrals

Engineering Physics

Unit I
Properties Of Matter
Unit II
Acoustics And Ultrasonics
Unit III
Thermal Physics
Unit IV
Applied Optics
Unit V
Solid State Physics

Engineering Chemistry

Unit I
Unit II
Phase Rule
Unit III
Surface Chemistry And Catalysis
Unit IV
Organic Reactions And Spectroscopy
Unit V

Engineering Graphics

Unit I
Free Hand Sketching Of Engg Objects And Construction Of Plane Curve
Unit II
Orthographic Projection: Projection Of Points, Lines And Plane Surfaces
Unit III
Orthographic Projection: Projection Of Solids And Sections Of Solids
Unit IV
Development Of Surfaces And Intersection Of Solids
Unit V
Isometric And Perspective Projections

Fundamentals Of Computing

Unit I
Free Hand Sketching Of Engg Objects And Construction Of Plane Curve
Unit II
Orthographic Projection: Projection Of Points, Lines And Plane Surfaces
Unit III
Orthographic Projection: Projection Of Solids And Sections Of Solids
Unit IV
Development Of Surfaces And Intersection Of Solids
Unit V
Isometric And Perspective Projections

Master Of Business Administration (MBA)-I Semester

Operations Management

Unit I Introduction To Production And Operations Management:
Unit II Forecasting, Capacity And Aggregate Planning:
  • Production Systems – Nature Importance and organizational function
  • Characteristics of
  • Modern Production and Operations function
  • Organisation of Production function
  • Recent Trends in Production and Operations Management
  • Role of Operations in Strategic
  • Management.
  • Production and Operations strategy
  • Elements and Competitive Priorities.
  • Nature of International Operations Management.

  • Demand Forecasting –Need, Types
  • Objectives and Steps. Overview of Qualitative and
  • Quantitative methods.
  • Capacity Planning
  • Long range, Types
  • Rough cut plan
  • Capacity
  • Requirements Planning (CRP)
  • Developing capacity alternatives.
  • Aggregate Planning –Approaches, costs,
  • Relationship to Master Production schedule.Overview of MRP, MRP II and        ERP
Unit III Design Of Product, Service And Work Systems:
Unit IV Materials Management Materials
  • Product Design –Influencing factors, Approaches, Legal, Ethical and Environmental issues.
  • Process –
  • Planning, Selection, Strategy, Major Decisions.
  • Service Operations –
  • Types, Strategies, Scheduling (Multiple resources and cyclical scheduling).
  • Work Study –
  • Objectives, Procedure. Method Study and Motion Study.
  • Work Measurement and Productivity –Measuring Productivity and Methods to improve productivity.

  • Management – Objectives, Planning, Budgeting and Control. Overview of Materials
  • Management Information Systems (MMIS).
  • Purchasing –
  • Objectives, Functions, Policies,
  • Vendor rating and Value Analysis.
  • Stores Management –
  • Nature, Layout, Classification and
  • Coding.
  • Inventory –
  • Objectives, Costs and control techniques. Overview of JIT.
Unit V Project And Facility Planning:
  • Project Management – Scheduling Techniques, PERT, CPM, Crashing CPM networks – Simple
  • Problems.
  • Facility Location –
  • Theories, Steps in Selection, Location Models – Simple Problems.
  • Facility Layout – Principles, Types, Planning tools and techniques.

M.C.A. (Master Of Computer Applications)-1st Semester Syllabus

Computer Organization

Unit I Digital Fundamentals
Unit II Combinational And Sequential Circuits Design of Combinational Circuits
  • Number Systems and Conversions
  • Boolean Algebra and Simplification
  • Minimization of Boolean Functions
  • Karnaugh Map, Logic Gates
  • NAND
  • NOR Implementation
  • Adder / Subtracter
  • Encoder
  • Decoder
  • Comparators, Flip Flops
  • Triggering
  • Master
  • Slave Flip Flop
  • State Diagram and Minimization
  • Counters
  • Registers
Unit  III Basic Structure Of Computers Functional units
Unit  IV Processor Design
  • Basic operational concepts
  • Bus structures
  • Performance and Metrics
  • Instruction and instruction sequencing
  • Hardware
  • Software Interface
  • Addressing modes
  • Instructions
  • Sets
  • RISC and CISC
  • ALU design
  • Fixed point and Floating point operation
  • Processor basics
  • CPU Organization
  • Data path design
  • Control design
  • Basic concepts
  • Hard wired control
  • Micro programmed control
  • Pipeline control
  • Hazards
  • Super scalar operation
Unit V Memory And I/O System
  • Memory technology
  • Memory systems
  • Virtual memory
  • Caches
  • Design methods
  • Associative memories
  • Input/Output system
  • Programmed I/O
  • DMA and Interrupts
  • I/O Devices and Interfaces

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