SE Instrumentation Engineering Rev 2016 1 Syllabus Mumbai University by munotes
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AC 11/05/2017
Item No. 4.187A
UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI
Revised syllabus (Rev  2016) from Academic Year 2016 17
Under
FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY
Instrumentation Engineering
Second Year with Effect from AY 2017 18
Third Year with Effect from AY 2018 19
Final Year with Effect from AY 2019 20
As per Choice Based Credit and Grading System
with effect from the AY 2016 –17
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From Co coordinator’s Desk:
To meet the challenge of ensuring excellence in engineering education, the issue of quality needs to be
addressed, debated, and taken forward in a systematic manner. Accreditation is the principal means of quality
assurance in higher education. The major emphasis of accreditation process is to measure the outcomes of the
program that is being accredited. In line with this Faculty of Technology of University of Mumbai, has taken a
lead in incorporating philosophy of outcome based education in the process of curriculum development.
Faculty of Technology, University of Mumbai, in one of its meeting unanimously resolved that, each Board of
Studies shall prepare some Program Educational Objectives (PEO‘s) and give freedom to affiliated Institutes
to add few (PEO‘s), course objectives and course outcomes to be clearly defined for each co urse, so that all
faculty members in affiliated institutes understand the depth and approach of course to be taught, which will
enhance learner‘s learning process. It was also resolved that, maximum senior faculty from colleges and
experts from industry to be involved while revising the curriculum. I am happy to state that, each Board of
Studies has adhered to the resolutions passed by Faculty of Technology, and developed curriculum
accordingly. In addition to outcome based education, Choice Based Credit an d Grading System is also
introduced to ensure quality of engineering education.
Choice Based Credit and Grading System enable a much required shift in focus from teacher centric to
learner centric education. Since the workload estimated is based on the inv estment of time in learning, not in
teaching. It also focuses on continuous evaluation which will enhance the quality of education. University of
Mumbai has taken a lead in implementing the system through its affiliated Institutes. Faculty of Technology
has devised a transparent credit assignment policy adopted ten points scale to grade learner‘s performance.
Choice Based Credit and Grading System were implemented for First Year of Engineering (Undergraduate)
from the academic year 2016 2017. Subsequently t his system will be carried forward for Second Year of
Engineering (Undergraduate) in the academic year 2017 2018 and so on.
Dr. Suresh K. Ukarande
Coordinator,
Faculty of Technology,
Member  Academic Council
University of Mumbai, Mumbai
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Preamble:
The overall technical education in our country is changing rapidly in manifolds. Now it is very much
challenging to maintain the quality of education with its rate of expansion. To meet present requirement a
systematic approach is necessary to b uild the strong technical base with the quality. Accreditation will provide
the quality assurance in higher education and to achieve recognition of the institution or program meeting
certain specified standards. The main focus of an accreditation process i s to measure the program outcomes,
essentially a range of skills and knowledge that a student will have at the time of graduation from the program
that is being accredited. Faculty of Technology of University of Mumbai has taken a lead in incorporating
philosophy of outcome based education in the process of curriculum development.
I, as a Chairman, Board of Studies in Instrumentation Engineering of University of Mumbai, happy to state
here that, Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) were finalized for under graduate program in
Instrumentation Engineering, more than ten senior faculty members from the different institutes affiliated to
University of Mumbai were actively participated in this process. Few PEOs and POs of undergraduate
program in Instrumentation Engineering are listed below;
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
Graduates will have successful career in industry or pursue higher studies to meet future challenges of
technological development.
Graduates will develop analytical and logical skills that enable them to analyze and design
Instrumentation and Control Systems.
Graduates will achieve professional skills to expose themselves by giving an opportunity as an
individual as well as team .
Graduates will undertake research activities in emerging mu ltidisciplinary fields.
Program Outcomes (POs)
Engineering knowledge : Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals,
and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
Problem analysis : Identify, f ormulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering
problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences,
and engineering sciences.
Design/development of solutions : Design solutions for com plex engineering problems and design
system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the
public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
Conduct investigations of com plex problems : Use research based knowledge and research methods
including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to
provide valid conclusions.
Modern tool usage : Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern
engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an
understanding of the limitations.
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The engineer and society : Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to as sess societal,
health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional
engineering practice.
Environment and sustainability : Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in
societal an d environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable
development.
Ethics : Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of
the engineering practice.
Individual and team work : Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in
diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
Communication : Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering
community and with society at large, such a s, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and
design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
Project management and finance : Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and
manage ment principles and apply these to one‘s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to
manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
Lifelong learning : Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in
independent and lif elong learning in the broadest context of technological change.
Dr. S. R. Deore,
Chairman,
Board of Studies in Electrical Engineering,
Member  Academic Council
University of Mumbai
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Program Structure for
SE Instrumentation Engineering
Univ ersity of Mumbai
(With Effect from 2017 18)
Scheme for Semester III
Course
Code Course Name Teaching Scheme
(Contact Hours) Credits Assigned
Theory Practical Tutorial Theory Practic
al Tutori
al Total
ISC301 Applied Mathematics –
III 4  1 4  1 5
ISC302 Analog Electronics 4   4   4
ISC303 Transducers – I 4   4   4
ISC304 Digital Electronics 4   4   4
ISC305 Electrical Networks
and Measurement 4  1 4  1 5
ISL301 Object Oriented
Programming and
Methodology  4#   2  2
ISL302 Analog Electronics Lab
practice  2   1  1
ISL303 Transducer I Lab
Practice  2   1  1
ISL304 Digital Electronics Lab
practice  2   1  1
Total
20 10 02 20 05 02 27
# Out of four hours, 2 hours theory shall be taught to entire class and 2 hours practical in batches
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Examination Scheme for Semester III
Course
Code Course Name Examination Scheme Total
Marks
Theory
Term
Work
Oral
Pract. &
Oral
End Sem
Exam
(ESE) Internal
Assessment
(IA)
Max
Marks Max
Marks Max
Marks Max
Marks Max
Marks
ISC301 Applied
Mathematics III 80 20 25   125
ISC302 Analog
Electronics 80 20    100
ISC303 Transducer –I 80 20    100
ISC304 Digital Electronics 80 20    100
ISC305 Electrical
Networks and
Measurement 80 20 25   125
ISL301 Object Oriented
Programming and
Methodology   50  25 75
ISL302 Analog
Electronics Lab
Practice   25  25 50
ISL303 Transducer I Lab
Practice   25  25 50
ISL304 Digital Electronics
Lab Practice   25   25
Total 400 100 175  75 750
Note: As per above Examination Scheme, the Minimum marks are as follows –
Max. Marks Min. marks
80 32
50 20
25 10
20 8
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Program Structure for
SE Instrumentation Engineering
University of Mumbai
(With Effect from 2017 18)
Scheme for Semester IV
Course
Code Course Name Teaching Scheme
(Contact Hours) Credit s Assigned
Theory Practic
al Tutorial Theory Practical Tutorial Total
ISC401 Applied Mathematics – IV 4  1 4  1 5
ISC402 Transducers –II 4   4   4
ISC403 Feedback Control system 4   4   4
ISC404 Analytical Instrumentation 3   3   3
ISC405 Signal Conditioning Circuit
Design 4   4   4
ISL401 Application Software
Practice  4#   2  2
ISL402 Transducer II Lab Practice  2   1  1
ISL403 Feedback Control systems
Lab Practice  2   1  1
ISL404 Analytical Instrumentation
Lab Practice  2   1  1
ISL405 Signal Conditioning Circuit
Design Lab Practice  2   1  1
Total
19 12 01 19 06 01 26
# Out of four hours, 2 hours theory shall be taught to entire class and 2 hours practical in batches
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Examination Sch eme for Semester IV
Course
Code Course Name Examination Scheme
Total
Marks Theory
Term
Work
Oral
Pract./
Oral End sem
Exam
(ESE) Internal
Assessment
(IA)
Max
Marks Max
Marks Max
Marks Max
Marks Max
Marks
ISC401 Applied Mathematics
– IV 80 20 25   125
ISC402 Transducers –II 80 20    100
ISC403 Feedback Control
System 80 20    100
ISC404 Analytical
Instrumentation 80 20    100
ISC405 Signal Conditioning
Circuit Design 80 20    100
ISL401 Application Software
Practi ce   50  25 75
ISL402 Transducer II Lab
Practice   25  25 50
ISL403 Feedback Control
Systems Lab Practice   25 25  50
ISL404 Analytical
Instrumentation Lab
Practice   25 25 50
ISL405 Signal Conditioning
Circuit Design Lab
Practice   25  25 50
Total 400 100 175 50 75 800
Note: As per above Examination Scheme, the Minimum marks are as follows –
Max. Marks Min. marks
80 32
50 20
25 10
20 8
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Course
Code Course Name Teaching Scheme
(Contact HOURS) Credit Assigned
ISC301 Applied
Mathematics 
III
Theory Pract. Tut. Theory TW/Pract. Tut Total
4  1 4  1 5
Sub
Code Subject Name Examination scheme
Theory (out of 100) Term
work Pract.
and
Oral Oral Total
Internal Assessment End
sem
Exam Test1 Test2 Avg.
ISC301 Applied
Mathematics 
III 20 20 20 80 25   125
Subject Code Subject Name credits
ISC301 Applied Mathematics  III 5
Course objectives 1. To build the strong foundation in Mathematics of students needed
for the field of Instrumentation Engineering.
2. To provide students with mathematics fundamentals necessary to
formulate, solve and analyses complex engineering problems.
3. To prepare student to apply reasoning informed by the contextual
knowledge to engineering pr actice.
4. To provide opportunity for students to work as part of teams on
multi disciplinary projects
Course Outcomes
The students will be able to –
1. Demonstrate basic knowledge of Laplace Transform.
2. Obtain the time response of systems using inverse Laplace
transform.
3. Find the Fourier series, Complex form of Fourier series, Fourier
Integral and Fourier transform of the functions.
4. Study the differential vector algebra and its properties.
5. Study vector line integral and theorems in plane and surface.
6. Check fo r analytical functions and find the analytical function
and study the mapping.
Details of Syllabus:
Prerequisite: Knowledge of Matrix algebra, Differentiation, Integration, Probability, and Series expansion.
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Module
Contents Hrs. CO
mapping
1 Laplace Transform
Laplace Transform (LT) of Standard Functions: Definition
of Laplace transform, Condition of Existence of Laplace
transform, Laplace transform of
,() , c o s () , s i n h () , c o s h () ,, 1a t ne S i n a t a t a t a tt
(No Proof of
formulas), Heaviside unit step function, Dirac delta function
(No Proof of formula), Laplace transform of Periodic function
(Proof of formula)
Properties of Laplace Transform: Linearity, first shifting
theorem, second shifting theorem multiplication by
nt ,
Division by t, Lapla ce Transform of derivatives and integrals,
change of scale, convolution theorem, Evaluation of integrals
using Laplace transform. (No proof of any property) 8 CO1
2 Inverse Laplace Transform: Partial fraction method, Method
of convolution, Laplace inverse by derivative
Applications of Laplace Transform: Solution of ordinary
differential equations, Solving RLC circuit differential
equation using Laplace transform of first order and second
order only (not framing of differential equation) 5 CO2
3 Fourier S eries
Introduction: orthogonal and orthonormal set of functions,
Definition, Dirichlet‘s conditions, Euler‘s formulae
Fourier Series of Functions: Exponential, trigonometric
functions of any period =2L, even and odd functions, half
range sine and cosine se ries
Complex form o f Fourier series, Fourier integral
representation, Fourier Transform and Inverse Fourier
transform of constant and Exponential function, Fourier sine
and cosine transform of Exponential, sine and cosine function 12
CO3
4 Vector Algebra
Scalar and Vector Product : Scalar and vector product of
three
and four vectors and their properties (Only introduction, No
question to be asked)
Vector Differentiation: Gradient of scalar point function,
divergence and curl of vector point function
Proper ties: Solenoidal and irrotational vector fields,
conservative vector field 7 CO4
5 Vector Integral: Line integral
Green‘s theorem in a plane (Verification question can be
asked), Gauss‘ divergence theorem and Stokes‘ theorem (No
question on Verification t o be asked) 6 CO5
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6 Complex Variable
Analytic Function: Necessary and sufficient conditions (No
Proof), Cauchy Reiman equation Cartesian form (No Proof)
Cauchy Reiman Equation in polar form (with Proof), Milne
Thomson Method and its application, Harmonic function,
orthogonal trajectories
Mapping: Conformal mapping, bilinear transformations, cross
ratio, fixed points, bilinear transformation of straight lines and
circles 10 CO6
Internal Assessment:
Internal Assessment consists of two tests out of which, one should be compulsory class test (on
minimum 02 Modules) and the other is either a class test or assignment on live problems or course
project.
Theory Examination:
1. Question paper will comprise of 6 questions, each carrying 20 Marks.
2. Total 4 questions ne ed to be solved.
3. Question No. 1 will be compulsory and based on entire syllabus wherein sub questions of 4 to 5
marks will be asked.
4. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature.
5. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture
hours as mentioned in the syllabus.
Term Work:
Term work shall consist of minimum three simulations and four tuto rials from the above list.
The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows:
Laboratory work (Tutorials) : 10 Marks
Laboratory work (programs / journal) : 10 Marks
Attendance : 5 Marks
The final certification and acceptance of term work ensures the satisfactory performance of
laboratory work and minimum passing in the term work.
Text books:
1. H.K. Das, ―Advanced engineering mathematics‖,S . chan d , 2008
2. A. Datta, “Mathematical Methods in Science and Engineering”, 2012
3. B.S. Grewal, “Higher Engineering Mathematics”, Khanna Publication
Reference Books:
1. B. S. Tyagi, “Functions of a Complex Variable,” Kedarnath Ram Nath Publication
2. B. V. Ramana, “Higher Engineering Mathematics”, Tata Mc Graw Hill Publication
3. Wylie and Barret, “Advanced Engineering Mathematics”, Tata Mc Graw Hill 6th Edition
4. Erwin Kreysizg, “Advanced Engineer ing Mathematics”, John Wiley & Sons, Inc
5. Murry R. Spieget, “Vector Analysis”, Schaum‘s outline series, Mc Graw Hill Publication
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Subject
code Subject
Name Teaching scheme Credit assigned
ISC302 Analog
Electronics Theory Pract . Tut. Theory Pract. Tut. Total
4   4   4
Sub
Code Subject
Name Examination scheme
Theory (out of 100) Term
work Pract.
and
Oral Oral Total
Internal Assessment End
sem
Exam Test1 Test2 Avg.
ISC302 Analog
Electronics 20 20 20 80    100
Subject Code Subject Name Credits
ISC302 Analog Electronics 4
Course Objectives 1. To familiarize the student with basic electronic devices and circuits.
2. To provide understanding of operation of diodes, bipola r and MOS
transistors, DC biasing circuits, Transistors as switching device,
Power circuits and systems.
3. To introduce the students the basic properties of OpAmp, analysis
and design of electronic circuits using OpAmp
Course Outcomes Students will be able to
1. Explain working of Diode and Zener diode and its applications
2. Analyze, simulate, and design amplifiers using BJT biasing
techniques, frequency response.
3. Analyze circuits using MOSFET.
4. Explain power amplifiers and power supply.
5. Explain op amp para meters
6. Design various circuits using operational amplifiers.
Details of Syllabus:
Prerequisite: Knowledge of semiconductor theory.
Module Contents Hrs. CO
mapping
1 PN Junctions diode
PN Junction diode small signal model, p n junction under
forward bias and reverse bias conditions, Rectifier Circuits,
Clipping and Clamping circuits, Zener diode and its applications. 4 CO1
2 Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs)
Physical structure and operatio n modes, Active region operation
of transistor, D.C. analysis of transistor circuits
Biasing the BJT : Different type of biasing circuit and their
analysis. Bias stability, Thermistor compensation, thermal
runaway.
Basic BJT amplifier configuration, Transis tor as a switch.
High frequency model of BJT amplifier.
Effect of positive and negative feedback, advantages of negative
feedback, Feedback Connection Type. 11 CO2
3 Field Effect Transistor (FET)
Junction FET, its working and VI characteristic.
Enhancement type MOSFET: structure and physical operation, 11 CO3
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current voltage characteristics.
Depletion type MOSFET.JFET and MOSFET as an amplifier.
Biasing in JFET and MOSFET amplifiers.
Basic JFET and M OSFET amplifier configuration: common
source,common gate and common drain types.
High frequency model of FET, Low and High frequency
response of common source amplifier.
4 Power Amplifiers
Class A large signal amplifiers, Harmonic distortion,
Transformer coupled audio power amplifier, Class B amplifier,
Class AB operation, Power BJTs, Regulated power supplies,
Series voltage regulator. 6 CO4
5 Operation Amplifier (Op amps)
Ideal Op amp. O pamp characteristics, Op amp feedback
analysis. 4 CO5
6 Applications of Op amp.
Practical op amp circuits: inverting amplifier, non inverting
amplifier, weighted Summation circuit, summation, subtractor,
integrator, differentiator.
Large signal opera tion of op amps.
Instrumentation amplifier. Active filters, Op amp as V to I and I
to V converter, logarithmic amplifiers, waveform generators,
Schmitt triggers, comparators.
Oscillators: Introduction, Condition for Oscillation, RC phase
shift, Weinbridge, Hartley, Colpitts and Crystal controlled
oscillator. 12 CO6
Internal Assessment:
Internal Assessment consists of two tests out of which, one should be compulsory class test (on
Minimum 02 Modules) and the other is either a class test or assignment on li ve problems or Course
project.
Theory Examination:
1. Question paper will comprise of 6 questions, each carrying 20 Marks.
2. Total 4 questions need to be solved.
3. Question No. 1 will be compulsory and based on entire syllabus wherein sub questions of
4 to 5 marks will be asked.
4. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature.
5. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective
lecture hours as mentioned in the syllabus.
Text Books:
1. J. Millman and C. C. H alkias, Integrated Electronics: Analog and Digital Circuits and
Systems, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company, 1988.
2. Donald A. Neamen, Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design, Tata McGraw Hill.
Reference Books:
1. Robert L. Boylestad, Louis Nashelsky, Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory, Eighth
edition, PHI publishers, 2004.
2. J. Millman and Taub, Pulse and Digital Circuits, Tata McGraw Hill.
3. Ramakant A. Gaikwad, Op amp and Integrated circuits, Fourth edition, PHI Publication, 2002.
4. Sergio Franco, Design with Op amp and Analog Integrated circuits, Tata McGraw Hill
Edition, New Delhi.
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Subject
code Subject Name Teaching scheme Credit assigned
ISC303 Transducers –I Theory Pract. Tut. Theory Pract. Tut. Total
4   4   4
Sub
Code Subject Name Examination scheme
Theory (out of 100) Term
work Pract.
and
Oral Oral Total
Internal Assessment End
sem
Exam Test1 Test2 Avg.
ISC303 Transducers I 20 20 20 80    100
Subject Code Subject Name Credits
ISC303 Transducers I 4
Course objectives 1. To explain the measurement systems, errors of measurement.
2. To provide an understanding of the operation of sensors and
transducers.
3. To fam iliarize the student with the Identification, classification,
construction, working principle and application of various
transducers used for Displacement, level, temperature
measurement.
Course Outcomes The students will be able to
1. Explain the measuremen t systems, errors of measurement
2. Explain the working principles of sensors and transducers.
3. Discuss the working principle of displacement transducers and
their applications.
4. Discuss the working principle of transducers used for
Temperature measurement, co mparative study of various
transducers.
5. Explain the working principle of transducers used for level
measurement, comparative study of various transducers and their
applications.
6. Identify various transducers in the industry and understand
working of miscell aneous sensors.
Details of Syllabus:
Prerequisite: Knowledge of basic measurement.
Module Contents Hrs. CO
Mapping
1 Instrumentation System
Units and standards of measurement, Introduction, block
diagram, functional elements of measurement system, stat ic and
dynamic characteristics of transducer, Measurement and
calibration systems  Requirement.
Error : definition, classification, statistical analysis of errors,
Error correction methods.
4 CO1
2 Sensor and Transducer: Definition, working principle,
classification (active, passive, primary, secondary, mechanical,
electrical, analog, digital), selection criteria, sources of error for 4 CO2
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parameter under measurement, transducer specifications, test
condition and operating conditions.
3 Displacement
Resistance potentiometer: (linear and logarithmic), piezo 
resistive effect, ultrasonic transducer. LVDT, RVDT (transfer
function, linearity, sensitivity, source, frequency dependence,
phase null, and signal conditioning). Selection and properties of
materi als for LVDT, and general electromagnetic sensors.
Capacitance type transducers: with applications, materials for
capacitive, ultrasonic and elastic transducers .
Digital transducer: translational and rotary encoders (absolute
position and incremental pos ition encoders), Optical and
magnetic pickups.
Pneumatic transducer: flapper  nozzle transducer .
Comparative study for Displacement Transducers . 10 CO3
4 Temperature transducers:
Modes of heat transfer, laws of conduction, convection and
radiation, Tem perature scales, classification of Temperature
Sensors, Overview of Temperature Sensor Material.
Thermometers: Classification of Thermometers, Construction
and working of glass thermometers, liquid expansion
thermometer, gas thermometer (filled system the rmometer),
bimetallic thermometer, solid state temperature sensor,
Specifications of Thermometers.
Resistance temperature detector (RTD): Principle, types,
Configurations, construction and working of RTD, Material for
RTD, Signal Measurement techniques fo r RTD, Comparative
Response curves for RTD, 2 wire,3wire and 4 wire RTD
Element, Lead wire Compensation in RTD, self heating effect,
Specifications, advantages, disadvantages and applications of
RTD.
Thermistors : Principle, types (NTC and PTC), characteri stics,
Construction and working of Thermistor, Materials,
specifications of Thermistor, applications.
Thermocouples: Principle, thermoelectric effect, Seebeck effect,
Peltier effect, laws of thermocouple, types of thermocouple with
characteristic curve, th ermocouple table, Sensitivity,
constructional Features of Thermocouples., Thermo couple
specifications, electrical noise and noise reduction techniques,
cold junction Compensation method, thermopile, thermocouple
emf measurement method, Thermo well Materia l of construction
and its specifications.
Pyrometers: Principle, Construction and working of Radiation
and optical pyrometers and its Applications.
Comparative study for Temperature Transducers 12 CO4
5 Level Transducers
Need for Level Measurement, Cla ssification of Level
Measurement Techniques. Construction and working of Dipstick,
displacer, float system, bubbler, capacitive devices for level
measurement, ultrasonic level gauge, DP cell, load cell, vibrating
type, microwave, radar, radioactive type le vel gauges, LASER
type transducers, fiber optic level sensors, solid level detectors,
Intelligent level measuring instruments.
Comparative study for Level Transducers 9 CO5
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6 Miscellaneous Transducers
Transducers for Position, speed, acceleration, vibra tion, sound,
humidity, and moisture measurement, Hall effect Transducer,
Optical sensors (LDR, Photo diode, photo transistor) leak
detector, flame detector, smoke detector and Proximity sensors. 9 CO6
Internal Assessment:
Internal Assessment consists of two tests out of which, one should be a compulsory class test
(on minimum 02 Modules) and the other is either a class test or assignment on live problems
or course project.
Theory Examination:
1. Question paper will comprise of 6 questions, each carr ying 20 Marks.
2. Total 4 questions need to be solved.
3. Question No. 1 will be compulsory and based on entire syllabus wherein sub questions of 4 to 5
marks will be asked.
4. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature.
5. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture
hours as mentioned in the syllabus.
Text Books:
1. B.C Nakra, K.K. Chaudhary, Instrumentation, Measurement and Analysis, Tata McGraw Hill
Education, 01Oct2003  Electronic instruments  632 page
2. A. K. Sawhney , Puneet Sa whney ,A course in Electrical and Electronic Measurement and
Instrumentation, Dhanpat Rai and Co. Rai, 1996 
3. Rangan, Mani,Sharma.Instrumentation systems and Devices,2nd Ed.,Tata McGraw Hill.
Reference Books:
1. Doeblin E.D., Measurement system, Tata M cGraw Hill., 4th ed, 2003.
2. Bela G. Liptak , Instrument Engineers' Handbook, Fourth Edition, Volume One: Process
Measurement and Analysis, June 27, 2003.
3. Neubert Hermann K. P., Instrument Transducer, 2nd ed., Oxford University Press, New Delhi,
2003 .
4. Johnson Curtis D., Process Control Instrumentation Technology, 8th Ed., 2005
5. S.P. Sukhatme, Heat Transfer, 3rd edition, University Press.
6. B.E. Jones, Instrument Technology.
7. Chortle Keith R., Fundamentals of Test, Measurement Instrument Ins trumentation, ISA
Publication.
8. Alan S Morris, Measurement and Instrumentation Principles; 3rd Edition
9. D. V. S. Murty, ‗Transducers and Instrumentation‘, PHI, New Delhi, 2003
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Subject
code Subject
Name Teaching scheme Credit assigned
ISC304 Digit al
Electronics Theory Pract Tut. Theory Pract. Tut. Total
4   4   4
Sub
Code Subject
Name Examination scheme
Theory (out of 100) Term
work Pract.
and
Oral Oral Total
Internal Assessment End
Sem
Exam Test1 Test2 Avg.
ISC304 Digital
Electronics 20 20 20 80    100
Subject Code Subject Name Credits
ISC304 Digital Electronics 4
Course objectives 1. To provide an understanding of the principles of digital
electronics and use of number sys tems
2. To give knowledge about combinational circuits,
3. To describe working and design methods of sequential circuits.
4. To familiarize with the basics of asynchronous sequential circuits
and design techniques.
5. To provide understanding of memory devices and sta te machines.
6. To make the students understand basic logic families and their
applications.
Course Outcomes Students will be able to 
1. Represent numerical values in various number systems and
perform number conversions between different number systems.
2. Expla in operation of logic gates using IEEE/ANSI standard
symbols. Analyze and design, digital combinational circuits.
3. Analyze and design, sequential logic circuits.
4. Analyze and design, asynchronous sequential logic circuits.
5. Explain nomenclature and technolo gy in memory devices.
6. Analyze logic families and their application to design the digital
system.
Details of Syllabus:
Prerequisite: Knowledge of number systems and boolean logic
Module Topic Hrs. CO
Mapping
1. NUMBER SYSTEMS:
Binary, Octal, Decimal, Hexadecimal Number base
conversions, complements, signed Binary numbers.
Binary Arithmetic  Binary codes: Weighted, BCD, 8421, Gray
code, Excess 3 code, ASCII, Error detecting code, code
conversion from one code to another
Boolean laws,De Morgan‘s Theor em, Principle of Duality,
Boolean expression, Boolean function, Minimization of
Boolean expressions, Sum of Products (SOP), Product of
Sums (POS), Minterm, Maxterm, Karnaugh map
Minimization, Don‘t care conditions. 08 CO1
2. COMBINATIONAL CIRCUITS:
LOGIC GATES: AND, OR, NOT, NAND, NOR, Exclusive, 12 CO2
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OR and Exclusive NOR, Implementations of Logic Functions
using gates, NAND, NOR implementations, Multi level gate
implementations, Multi output gate implementations.
Design of combinational circuits, Adders Subtr actors – Serial
adder/ Subtractor  Parallel adder/ Subtractor, look ahead carry
generator, BCD adder, Magnitude Comparator, Multiplexer/
Demultiplexer, encoder / decoder, parity checker, code
converters. Implementation of combinational logic using
MUX, DE MUX.
3. SEQUENTIAL LOGIC CIRCUITS
Flip flops  SR, D and Master slave JK, T, Characteristic table
and equation, Edge triggering, Level Triggering, Realization
of one flip flop using other flip flops, Asynchronous / Ripple
counters, Synchronous coun ters, Modulo n counter, shift
registers, Universal shift register and its applications, Serial to
parallel and parallel to serial converter. 12 CO3
4. ASYNCHRONOUS SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS
Design of fundamental mode and pulse mode circuits –
primitive state / flow table, Minimization of primitive state
table, state assignment, Excitation table, Excitation map,
cycles, Races, Hazards: Static –Dynamic, Hazards elimination. 04 CO4
5. MEMORY AND PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC DEVICES
Classification of memories, RAM organizat ion, Read/Write
operation, Memory cycle, Timing waveforms, Memory
decoding, memory expansion, Static RAM Cell, Bipolar RAM
cell, MOSFET RAM cell, Dynamic RAM cell, ROM
organization, PROM / EPROM / EEPROM / EAPROM
Programmable Logic Devices –Programmable Lo gic Array
(PLA), Programmable Array Logic (PAL), Introduction to
Complex Programmable Logic Device (CPLD), Field
Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA). Introduction to state
machine. 08 CO5
6. LOGIC FAMILIES
Basics of digital integrated circuits, basic operatio nal
characteristics and parameters. TTL, Schottky clamped TTL,
tristate gate ECL, IIL, MOS devices CMOS comparison of
logic families. PMOS, NMOS and E2 CMOS 04 CO6
Internal Assessment:
Internal Assessment consists of two tests out of which, one should be compulsory class test (on
minimum 02 Modules) and the other is either a class test or assignment on live problems or course
project.
Theory Examination:
1. Question paper will comprise of 6 questions, each carrying 20 Marks.
2. Total 4 questions ne ed to be solved.
3. Question No. 1 will be compulsory and based on entire syllabus wherein sub questions of 4 to 5
marks will be asked.
4. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature.
5. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture
hours as mentioned in the syllabus.
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TEXT BOOKS
1. M. Morris Mano, Digital Design, 3.ed., Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi,
2003/Pearson Education (Singapore) Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 2003
2. John .M Yarbrough, Digi tal Logic Applications and Design, Thomson  Vikas publishing house,
New Delhi, 2002.
REFERENCES
1. S. Salivahanan and S. Arivazhagan, Digital Circuits and Design, 2nd ed., Vikas Publishing
House Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi, 2004
2. Charles H. Roth. ―Fundamentals of L ogic Design‖, Thomson Publication Company, 2003.
3. Donald P. Leach and Albert Paul Malvino, Digital Principles and Applications, 5 ed., Tata
McGraw Hill Publishing Company Limited, New Delhi, 2003.
4. R.P.Jain, Modern Digital Electronics, 3 ed., Tata McGraw –Hill publishing company limited,
New Delhi, 2003.
5. Thomas L. Floyd, Digital Fundamentals, Pearson Education, Inc, New Delhi, 2003
6. Donald D. Givone, Digital Principles and Design, Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing company
limited, New Delhi, 2003.
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Subject
code Subject Name Teaching scheme Credit assigned
ISC305 Electrical
Networks and
Measurement Theo
ry Pract. Tut. Theory Pract. Tut. Total
4  1 4  1 5
Sub
Code Subject Name Examination scheme
Theory (out of 100) Term
work Pract.
and
Oral Oral Total
Internal Assessment End
sem
Exam Test1 Test2 Avg.
ISC305 Electrical
Networks and
Measurement 20 20 20 80 25   125
Subject Code Subject Name Credits
ISC305 Electrical Networks and Measurement 5
Course objectives 1. To introduce the concept of circuit elements lumped circuits, circuit
laws and reduction.
2. To study the concept of coupled circuits.
3. To study the transient response of series and parallel A.C. circuits.
4. To study two port model of circu it and circuit elements.
5. To introduce the concept of network synthesis.
6. To study basic analog instruments as well as digital instruments
7. To study the measurement of R LC
Course Outcomes Students will be able to 
1. Analyze AC and DC circuits using diffe rent theorems.
2. Analyze transient and steady state response of passive electrical
networks.
3. Analyze network using poles and zeros and find their parameters like
Z, Y, and ABCD.
4. Synthesize the networks using canonical forms.
5. Discuss construction and work ing principle and applications of analog
and digital instruments
6. Measure electrical parameter like R, L, C using electrical bridges.
Details of Syllabus:
Prerequisite: Knowledge of DC and AC circuit analysis, Three phase circuit and transformer.
Module Contents Hrs CO
Mapping
1 Networks Theorems
Analysis of networks with dependent sources: mesh analysis, nodal
analysis, super mesh and super node concept, source
transformation technique, superposition theorem, Thevenin‘s
theorem, Norton‘s theorem, Maximu m power transfer theorem.
Solution of networks with AC sources, Analysis of coupled
circuits (self inductance, mutual inductance, and dot convention) 12 CO1
2 Time and Frequency response of circuits
Voltage/current relations for R, L, C and their equati ons in time 06 CO2
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domain. Initial and final conditions, first and second order
differential equations, steady state and transient response. Analysis
of transient and steady state responses using Classical technique
3
Network Functions: poles and zeros
Network functions for one port and two port networks, driving
point and transfer functions, ladder network, general network,
poles and zeros of network functions, restrictions on Pole and zero
locations for driving point functions and Transfer functions, time
domain behavior from pole zero plot.
Two Port parameters
Open circuit, Short circuit, transmission and hybrid parameters,
relationship between parameter sets, reciprocity and symmetry
conditions, parallel connections, parallel connection of two port
networks. 08 CO3
4 Fundamentals of Network Synthesis.
Causality and stability, Hurwitz polynomials, positive real
functions, synthesis of one port networks with two kinds of
elements. Properties and synthesis of L C, R C, R L driving point
impedances, synthesis of R LC functions. 08 CO4
5 Analog & Digital Meters
D‘Arsonaval galvanometers, PMMC and PMMI instruments.
Shunts and multipliers, Construction and working principle of:
ammeters, voltmeters, ohmmeters, power factor meter, energy
meter, Q meter s, analog multimeters. Electronic Voltmeters,
Digital Voltmeter and digital multimeter. CRO, Measurement of
phase and frequency,DSO 08 CO5
6 Measurement of R, L, C
Measurement of medium, low and high resistance, Megger.AC
bridges, measurement of self an d mutual inductances.
Measurement of capacitance. Derivations and numerical related to
all bridges. 06 CO6
Sr.
No. Tutorials CO
Mapping
1 Examples indicating concept of super mesh and super node. CO1
2 Examples of indicating the application of Theven in‘s and Norton‘s theorem
for circuits with dependent sources. CO1
3 Examples on evaluating the transient and steady state conditions for a R L
C series or parallel connections for different values of resistance. CO2
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4 Examples on evaluating the transi ent and steady state conditions for a R L,
RC circuits for DC conditions. CO2
5 Examples for finding different parameters of two port networks CO3
6 Examples on Hurwitz Polynomial. Necessary and sufficient condition for
Positive real function. CO4
7 Examples on realization of R L, RC, LC functions. CO4
8 Examples on synthesis of R LC function. CO4
9 Testing /measurement of R LC using analog/digital multimeter CO5
10 Applications of CRO (Measurements of phase and frequency). CO5
511 Study o f DVM. CO5
12 Measurement of medium value resistance using bridge. CO6
13 Measurement of Inductance using bridge. CO6
14 Measurement of Capacitance using A.C. Bridges. CO6
Term Work:
Term work shall consist of minimum three simulations and four tuto rials from the above list.
The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows:
Laboratory work (Tutorials) : 10 Marks
Laboratory work (programs / journal) : 10 Marks
Attendance : 5 Marks
The final certification and acceptance of term work ensures the satisfactory performance of
laboratory work and minimum passing in the term work.
Internal Assessment:
Internal Assessment consists of two tests out of which, one should be compulsory class test (on
minimum 02 Modules) and the other is ei ther a class test or assignment on live problems or course
project.
Theory Examination:
1. Question paper will comprise of 6 questions, each carrying 20 Marks.
2. Total 4 questions need to be solved.
3. Question No. 1 will be compulsory and based on entire syllabus wherein sub questions of 4 to 5
marks will be asked.
4. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature.
5. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture
hours as mentioned in the syllabus.
Text Books:
1. Kuo Franklin F., Network analysis and synthesis, 1st ed., Wiley International, 1962.
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2. Van Valkenburg M.E., Network analysis, 3rd ed., Eastern Economy Edition, 1983.
3. A. K. Sawhney , Puneet Sawhney ,A course in Electrical and Electronic Measurement and
Instrumentation, Dhanpat Rai and Co. Rai, 1996.
Reference Books:
Roy Chaudhary D., Network and s ystems, Wiley Eastern Limited, 1991.
Hayt William, KemmerlyJr.Jack E., Engineering circuit Analysis, 6th ed., Tata McGraw Hill,
New Delhi 2002.
Edminister Joseph A., NahviMohmood, Electric Circuits, 3rd ed., Tata McGraw Hill New Delhi
1999.
Shyammohan S udhakar, Circuits and Networks Analysis and Synthesis, 13th reprint, Tata
McGraw Hill, 2000
Bruce Carsion A., Circuits, Brooks/Cole Thomson Learning, 2000.
DavArtice M., Linear Circuits Analysis, PWS Publishing Company, 1998.
Alexander Charlesk, Mathew N.O., Sadlku, Fundamentals of Electric Circuits, McGraw Hill,
2000.
8. Cooper W.D., Helfrick A.D., Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques,
Prentice Hall of India Limited, New Delhi.
9. Rathore Narosa T. S., Digital Measurement Technique s.
10.Oliver and Cage, Modern Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation, MGH.
11.Bouwens A. J., Digital Instrumentation, MGH.
12.Technical Manuals of DSO: APLAB, Scientific, HP etc.
13.Technical Manuals for Virtual CRO.
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Sub
Code Subjec t Name Examination scheme
Internal
Assessment End
Sem
Exam Term
work Pract.
and
Oral Oral Total
ISL301 Object Oriented
Programming and
Methodology     50  25 75
Subject
Code Subject Name Teaching Scheme Credits Assigned
ISL301 Object Oriented
Programming
and Methodology Theory Pract. Tut. Theory Pract. Tut. Total
 4#   2  2
# out of four hours two hours theory shall be taught to entire class and two hours practical in batches
Subject Code Subject Name Credits
ISL301 Object Oriented P rogramming and Methodology 2
Course Objectives 1. To learn the object oriented programming concepts
2. To study various java programming constructs like
multithreading, exception handling, packages etc.
3. To explain components of GUI based programming
Course Out comes The students will be able to:
1. Apply fundamental programming constructs.
2. Illustrate the concept of packages, classes and objects.
3. Elaborate the concept of strings arrays and vectors.
4. Implement the concept of inheritance and interfaces.
5. Implement the n otion of exception handling and multithreading.
6. Develop GUI based application
Details of Syllabus:
Prerequisite: Structured Programming Approach
Module Contents Hrs CO
Mapping
1 Introduction to Object Oriented Programming
OO Concepts: Object, Class, Enca psulation, Abstraction,
Inheritance, Polymorphism.
Features of Java, JVM
Basic Constructs/Notions: Constants, variables and data
types, Operators and Expressions, Revision of Branching and
looping 02 CO1
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2 Classes, Object and Packages
Class, Object, Met hod.
Constructor, Static members and methods
Passing and returning Objects
Method Overloading, Packages in Java, creating user defined
packages, access specifiers. 05 CO2
3 Array, String and Vector
Arrays, Strings, String Buffer, Wrapper classes, Vector 04 CO3
4 Inheritance and Interface
Types of Inheritance, super keyword, Method Overriding,
abstract class and abstract method, final keyword,
Implementing interfaces, extending interfaces 03 CO4
5 Exception Handling and Multithreading
Error vs Exceptio n, try, catch, finally, throw, throws, creating
own exception, Thread lifecycle, Thread class methods,
creatingthreads, Synchronization 04 CO5
6 GUI programming in JAVA
Applet: Applet life cycle, Creating applets, Graphics class
methods, Font and Color c lass, parameter passing.
Event Handling: Event classes and event listener
Introduction to AWT: Working with windows, Using AWT
controls  push Buttons, Label, Text Fields, Text Area, Check
Box and Radio Buttons. 06 CO6
Text books:
1. Herbert Schildt, ‗J AVA: The Complete Reference‘, Ninth Edition, Oracle Press.
2. Sachin Malhotra and Saurabh Chaudhary, ―Programming in Java‖, Oxford University Press,
2010
Reference Books:
1. Ivor Horton, ‗Beginning JAVA‘, Wiley India.
2. Dietal and Dietal, ‗Java: How to Pr ogram‘, 8/e, PHI
3. ‗JAVA Programming‘, Black Book, Dreamtech Press.
List of Laboratory Experiments/ Assignments:
Sr.
No. Detailed Contents CO
mapping
1. Program on various ways to accept data through keyboard and unsigned
right shift operator. CO1
2. Progr am on branching, looping, labelled break and labelled continue. CO1
3. Program to create class with members and methods, accept and display
details for single object. CO2
4. Program on constructor and constructor overloading CO2
5. Program on method overloadi ng CO2
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6. Program on passing object as argument and returning object CO2
7. Program on creating user defined package CO2
8. Program on 1D array CO3
9. Program on 2D array CO3
10. Program on String CO3
11. Program on String Buffer CO3
12. Program on Vector CO3
13. Prog ram on single and multilevel inheritance (Use super keyword) CO4
14. Program on abstract class CO4
15. Program on interface demonstrating concept of multiple inheritance CO4
16. Program on dynamic method dispatch using base class and interface
reference. CO4
17. Program to demonstrate try, catch, throw, throws and finally. CO5
18. Program to demonstrate user defined exception CO5
19. Program on multithreading CO5
20. Program on concept of synchronization CO5
21. Program on Applet to demonstrate Graphics, Font and Color cl ass. CO6
22. Program on passing parameters to applets CO6
23. Program to create GUI application without event handling using AWT
controls CO6
24. Program to create GUI application with event handling using AWT
controls CO6
25. Mini Project based on content of the syllabus. (Group of 2 3 students) CO1 CO6
Term Work:
Students will submit term work in the form of journal that will include:
1. At least 20 programs and mini project
2. Two assignments covering whole syllabus
3. Class test based on the above syllabus.
The final certification and acceptance of term work ensures the satisfactory performance of
laboratory work and minimum passing in the term work.
The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows:
Total: 50 Marks (Total Marks) : 20 marks (Experiments),
10 marks (Mini Project),
05 marks (Assignments),
10 marks (Class Test),
05 marks (Attendance)
Practical and oral examination will be based on the suggested experiment list and the entire
syllabus.
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Subject
code Subject
Name Teaching scheme Credit assigned
ISL302 Analog
Electronics
Lab
Practice Theory Pract. Tut. Theory Pract. Tut. Total
 02   1  1
Sub
Code Subject
Name Examination scheme
Term
work Pract.
And
oral Oral Total
Internal Assesment End
sem
exam Test1 Test2 Avg.
ISL302 Analog
Electronics
Lab
Practice     25 25  50
Subject Code Subject Name Credits
ISL302 Analog Electronics Lab Practice 1
Course objective 1. To familiarize the student with assembling circuits using basic
electr onic devices .
2. To demonstrate operation of diodes, bipolar and MOS
transistors,
3. Demonstrate DC biasing circuits, Transistors as switching device,
4. Power circuits and systems.
5. To design and demonstrate Op amp based circuits for linear and
nonlinear applicati ons
Course Outcome Students will be able to
1. Demonstrate operation of basic electronic devices such as Diode
2. Demonstrate operation of basic electronic devices BJT, Assemble
circuits using BJT AND find frequency response
3. Demonstrate operation of MOSFET.
4. Demonstrate linear applications of operational amplifier.
5. Demonstrate non linear applications of operational amplifier
6. Design various circuits like regulator .
Syllabus: Same as that of Subject ISC302 Analog Electronics.
List of Laboratory Experiments:
Sr. No. Detailed Content CO Mapping
1 Clipping and clamping circuits using diode. CO1
2 Plot input / output characteristics of BJT  CB, CE, and CC
Configuration. CO2
3 Design and analysis of biasing circuit and observing performance of
BJT as a amplifi er at various operating points. CO2
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4 BJT amplifier frequency response. CO2
5 Demonstrate BJT as a switch and analysis of circuit CO2
6 Study of input and transfer characteristics of FET. CO3
7 FET amplifier frequency response. CO3
8 Demonstrate use of Op Amp as inverting and non inverting amplifier CO4
9 Clipper and Clamper circuits using Op amp. CO5
10 Precision rectifiers using Op amp CO5
11 Wein bridge oscillator using Op amp CO5
12 Demonstrate integrator and differentiator using Op amp. CO4
13 Adder and Subtractor using Op amp
CO4
14 RC phase shift oscillator using Op amp CO5
15 Design and analysis of series regulator CO6
16 Design and analysis of shunt regulator CO6
Any other experiment based on syllabus which will help students to un derstand topic/concept
Practical/Oral Examination :
Practical/Oral examination will be based on entire syllabus.
Term Work:
Term work shall consist of minimum 10 experiments.
The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows:
Laboratory work ( Experiments) : 10 Marks
Laboratory work (programs / journal) : 10 Marks
Attendance : 5 Marks
The final certification and acceptance of term work ensures the satisfactory performance of
laboratory work and minimum passing in the term work.
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Subject
code Subject
Name Teaching scheme Credit assigned
ISL303 Transducer
 I Lab
Practice Theory Pract. Tut. Theory Pract. Tut. Total
 02   1  1
Sub
Code Subject
Name Examination scheme
Term
work Pract.
And
oral Oral Total
Internal As sesment End
sem
exam Test1 Test2 Avg.
ISL303 Transducer
 I Lab
Practice     25 25  50
Subject Code Subject Name Credits
ISL303 Transducer –I Lab Practice 1
Course objective 1. To make st udents understand the Identification, construction,
working principle of various transducers used for Displacement
measurement, Temperature measurement, Level measurement and
miscellaneous measurement.
2. To experimentally verify the principle and characteris tics of
various transducers
Course Outcome The students will be able to
1. Explain measurement techniques and measuring instruments.
2. Classify sensors, Transducers, and their brief Performance
specifications.
3. Examine characteristics of various temperature tra nsducers.
4. Examine characteristics of various level transducers
5. To demonstrate the performance characteristics of displacement
transducers.
6. To demonstrate the performance characteristics of miscellaneous
transducers.
Syllabus: Same as that of Subj ect ISC303 Transducers  I.
List of Laboratory Experiments:
Sr.
No. Detailed Contents CO
mapping
1. Basic Measurements and Measuring Instruments. CO1
2. Temperature Measurement using various Thermometers. CO2, CO3
3. Plot characteristics of RTD CO2, CO3
4. Plot characteristics of various Thermocouples. CO2, CO3
5. Plot characteristics of Thermistors. CO2, CO3
6. Temperature Measurement with and without Thermo well. CO2, CO3
7. Liquid Level Measurement using DP Cell. CO2, CO4
8. Liquid Level Measurement using Capacitance Type Level CO2, CO4
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Sensor.
9. Liquid Level Measurement using Tubular Level Gauge and
Ultrasonic Level Sensor. CO2, CO4
10. Displacement Transducer using LVDT. CO2, CO5
11. Plot Response curve for Flapper Nozzle system. CO2, CO5
12. Humidity measurement. CO2, C06
13. Application of Proximity sensor CO2, C06
14 Application of optical sensors. CO2, C06
Any other experiments based on syllabus which will help students to understand topic/concept.
Term Work:
Term work s hall consist of minimum eight experiments.
The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows:
Laboratory work (Experiments) : 10 Marks
Laboratory work (programs / journal) : 10 Marks
Attendance (Practical) : 5 Marks
The final certification and acceptance of term work ensures the satisfactory performance of
Laboratory work and minimum passing in the term work.
Practical/Oral Examination:
Practical/Oral examination will be based on entire syllabus.
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Subject
code Subject Name Teaching scheme Credit assigned
ISL304 Digital Electronics
Lab Practice Theory Pract Tut. Theory Pract. Tut. Total
 2   1  1
Sub
Code Subject
Name Examination scheme
Ter
m
wor
k Pract.
and
Oral Oral Total
Internal Assessment End
Sem
Exam Test1 Test2 Avg.
ISL304 Digital
Electroni
cs Lab
Practice    25   25
Subject Code Subject Name Credits
ISL304 Digital Electronics Lab Practice 1
Course objectives 1. To prov ide students basic experimental experiences in the operation
of various gates, combinational circuit.
2. To develop skills in the design of multiplexer, demultiplexer, counter,
state machine design.
Course Outcome s Students will be able to –
1. Implement code c onverters.
2. Verifying truth tables of all logic gates using NAND and NOR gates.
3. Using gates for constructing half and full adder and subtractor and
also realize with multiplexer.
4. Understand the basics of types of flip flops and design them to
implement othe r flip flops.
5. Design and implement counters and shift registers.
6. Learn how to convert BCD to seven segment and design finite state
machine.
Syllabus: same as that of subject ISC304 Digital Electronics
List of Laboratory Experiments:
Sr.
No. Detailed Co ntents CO
mapping
1. Implementation and conversion of gray/binary code. CO1
2. Implementation of all gates using NAND/NOR. CO2
3. Implementation of half/ full adder. CO3
4. Implementation of half/ full Subtractor CO3
5. Realise full adder using 2:1 Mu ltiplexer CO3
6. Realise full Subtractor using 2:1 Multiplexer CO3
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7. Implementation of various flip flops CO4
8. Design and implement RS flip flop into other flip flops CO4
9. Design and implement JK flip flop into other flip flops CO4
10. Design and implement modulo n counter CO5
11. Design and implement ring counter CO5
12 Design and implement universal shift register CO5
13 Implement BCD to seven segments CO6
14. Design finite state machine for a digital lock CO6
Note:
1. Any other experimen ts based on syllabus which will help students to understand
topic/concept.
2. It is advised to implement one or two practicals with VHDL.
Term Work:
Term work shall consist of minimum eight experiments.
The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows:
Laboratory work (Experiments) : 10 Marks
Laboratory work (programs/ journal) : 10
Marks Attendance : 5 Marks
The final certification and acceptance of term work ensures the satisfactory performance of
laboratory work and minimum passing in the term work.
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Subject
Code Subject Name Teaching Scheme Credits Assigned
ISC401 Applied
Mathematics
 IV Theory Practical Tutori
al Theo ry Practical Tutorial Total
04  01 04  01 05
Subject
Code Subject
Name Examination Scheme
Theory Marks
Term
Work Pract.
Oral
Total
Test 1 Test 2 Avg. End Sem
Exam
ISC401 Applied
Mathematics
 IV 20 20 20 80 25   125
Subject Code Subject Name credits
ISC401 Applied Mathematics  IV 5
Course Objectives 1. To develop analytical insight of the student to prepare them for
graduate‘s studies in Instrumentation Engineering
2. To enhance their ability to solve and analyse engineering pr oblem.
3. To provide students with a strong mathematical foundation to acquire
the professional competence knowledge and skills.
Course Outcomes
The students will be able to:
1. Check the given set of vectors is the vector space.
2. Find eigenvalues and eigenvect ors of matrix and can diagonalize the
matrix.
3. Find the probability distribution, expectation, variance and moments
for the given data.
4. Use binomial distribution and Poisson distribution and normal
distribution for the data for required probability.
5. Apply C auchy‘s integral formula and theorem and residue theorem to
solve the integral problem.
6. Find the correlation coefficients and rank correlation coefficients and
lines regression between the two data.
Details of syllabus:
Prerequisites :
Basics of Complex numbers, Analytic Function, Matrices, Symmetric, Orthogonal and Unitary
matrices, Rank, Normal form, Solution of system of linear equations, L. I. & L. D. vectors, Basics of
Probability.
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Module Contents Hrs. CO
mapping
1 Linear Algebra: Vector Spaces
Vectors in n dimensional vector space: properties, dot product,
cross product, norm and distance properties in n dimensional vector
space.
Vector spaces over real field, properties of vector spaces over real
field, subspaces.
The Cauchy Schwarz inequality, Orthogonal Subspaces, Gram 
Schmidt process. 06 CO1
2 Linear Algebra: Vector Matrix Theory
Characteristic equation, Eigen values and Eigen vectors, properties
of Eigen values and Eigen vectors
Cayley Hamilton theorem, examples based on verification of
Cayley  Hamilton theorem.
Similarity of matrices, Diagonalisation of matrices.
Functions of square matrix, derogatory and non derogatory
matrices. 10 CO2
3 Random Variables
Discrete & continuous random variables, expectation, Variance,
Probability mass fu nction and Density Function, Probability
distribution for random variables
Moments, Moment Generating Function.
Functions of one random variable and their distribution and density
functions 10 CO3
4 Probability distribution
Probability distribution: Bin omial distribution, Poisson & normal
distribution (For detailed study)
6 CO4
5 Complex integration
Complex Integration: Line Integral, Cauchy‘s Integral theorem for
simply connected regions, Cauchy‘s Integral formula.
Taylor‘s and Laurent‘s Series
Zeros , singularities, poles of f(z), residues, Cauchy‘s Residue
theorem .
Applications of Residue theorem to evaluate real Integrals of
different types. 12 CO5
6 Correlation & Regression
Karl Pearson‘s coefficient of correlation, covariance, Spearman‘s
Rank cor relation.
Lines of Regression. 4 CO6
Text Books:
1. Higher Engineering Mathematics by Dr. B. S. Grewal 42th edition, Khanna Publication.
2. Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Kreyszig E. 9th edition, John Wiley.
Reference Books:
1. A Text Book of Applied Mathema tics Vol. II by P. N. Wartilar & J. N. Wartikar, Pune,
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Vidyarthi Griha Prakashan., Pune.
2. Advanced Engineering Mathematics by C. Ray Wylie & Louis Barrett. TMH International Edition.
3. Mathematical Methods of Science and Engineering by Kanti B. Datta, Cen gage Learning.
4. Theory and Problems of Statistics by Murry R. Spieget, Schaum‘s outline series McGraw
Hill Publication.
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Subject
code Subject
Name Teaching scheme Credit assigned
ISC402 Transducer
 II Theory Pract. Tut. Theory Pract. Tut. Total
4   4   4
Sub
Code Subject
Name Examination scheme
Theory (out of 100) Term
work Pract.
and
Oral Oral Total
Internal Assessment End Sem
Exam Test1 Test2 Avg.
ISC402 Transducer 
II 20 20 20 80    100
Subject Code Subject Name credits
ISC402 Transducer II 4
Course Objectives 1. To make students understand the construction, working principle
and application of various transducers used for flow
measurement, strain measurement, pressure and vacuum
measur ement, force, torque and power measurement
2. To study electro chemical sensors and transducers used for
density and viscosity measurement
Course Outcome s The course would enable the students to:
1. Explain working principle of strain gauges.
2. Explain wor king principle of pressure transducers
3. Learn transducers for vacuum measurement.
4. Identify types of flow and use different transducers for flow
measurement.
5. Explain the terminologies of electrochemical sensors and their
applications in industry.
6. Identify s ensors for power, density, humidity, pH measurement.
Details of Syllabus:
Prerequisite: Knowledge of basic measurement techniques
Module Contents Hrs. CO
mapping
1 Strain Measurement
Introduction, types of strain gauge, gauge factor calculation,
mater ials for strain gauge, resistance strain gauge bridges,
temperature compensation and applications of strain gauges 04 CO1
2 Pressure Measurement
Pressure scales, units and relations, classification
Primary pressure sensors  elastic elements like bourdo n tube,
diaphragm, bellows, properties and selection of elastic
materials, Calibration using dead weight tester.
Electrical/Secondary Pressure Transducers : Capacitive,
piezo electric and its material, variable reluctance, LVDT,
strain gauge.
High Pressure Measurement : Bulk modulus cell, Bridgeman
type, capsule.
Differential pressure measurement : Force balance, motion
balance, DP Cell, semiconductor strain gauges. 12 CO2
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Pressure measurement using manometer : Utube types, well
type, inclined type, micro manomete r
3 Vacuum Measurement
Units and relations, McLeod gauge, Pirani gauge, thermocouple
gauge, hot and cold cathode ionization gauge, Knudsen gauge 04 CO3
4 Flow Measurement
Introduction to fluid flow : properties of fluid, types of fluid,
dimensio nless numbers, types of fluid flow, continuity equation,
Bernoulli‘s equation, hydrostatic law, Pascal‘s law, flow
through pipes – major and minor losses, flow measurement
through open channel weirs and notches. Materials used for
flow sensors, performance of materials, corrosion resistors,
erosion, effect of vapour pressure
Head Type : orifice, venturi, nozzle, pitot tube, annubar,
characteristics of head type flow meters.
Variable Area Type : Rotameter
Velocity and Inertia based flowmeters : Turbine,
elect romagnetic, ultrasonic, positive displacement,
anemometers, mass flow meters, solid flow measurements 16 CO4
5 Electro chemical Sensors
Terminology, equations, units. pH measurement electrodes,
measuring circuits, maintenance, temperature compensation,
calibration. Conductivity measurement probes and measuring
circuits 04 CO5
6 Miscellaneous Measurement
Force Measurement: strain gauge, LVDT, piezoelectric.
Torque: Torsion bar, strain gauge.
Power: Dynamometer, instantaneous power measurement,
altern ator power measurement.
Density Measurement – Displacement and float type
densitometers
Hydrometers, Radiation and Ultrasonic densitometers
Viscosity Measurement – Capillary tube viscometer, Efflux
type viscometer, Variable area viscometer
Introduction t o Advances in sensors technology: Smart sensors,
MEMS, Nano sensors, Semiconductor sensors, Optical fiber
sensors. 08 CO6
Internal Assessment :
Internal Assessment consists of two tests out of which, one should be compulsory class test (on
minimum 02 Mod ules) and the other is either a class test or assignment on live problems or
course project.
Theory Examination:
1. Question paper will comprise of 6 questions, each carrying 20 Marks.
2. Total 4 questions need to be solved.
3. Question No. 1 will be compulsory and based on entire syllabus wherein sub questions of 4
to 5 marks will be asked.
4. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature.
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5. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective
lecture hours as mentioned in the syll abus.
Text Books :
1. Nakra B.C., Chaudhary K.K., Instrumentation Measurement and Analysis, Tata Mc Graw
Hill.
2. Sawhney A.K., Electrical and Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation, Dhanpatrai And
Co.
3. Rangan, Mani, Sarma, ―Instrumentation Systems and De vices‖, 2nd ed., Tata Mc Graw Hill.
Reference Books :
1. Doeblin E.D., ―Measurement system‖, Tata Mc Graw Hill., 4th ed, 2003
2. Liptak B.G., ―Instrument engineer‘s handbook – Process measurement and analysis‖.
3. Douglas M. Considine, ―Process Instruments and co ntrols‖, Handbook, Mc Graw Hill.
4. Curtis Johnson, ―Process Control Instrumentation Technology‖, 8th ed, 2005
5. Andrew Williams, ―Applied Instrumentation in process industry‖, Vol I, Gulf publishing
company.
6. Bansal R.K., ―Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machine s‖, Laxmi publications.
7. David W. Spitzer, ―Industrial Flow Measurement‖, ISA Publication.
8. Sawhney A.K., ―Mechanical Measurement‖, Dhanpatrai And Co.
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Subject
code Subject Name Teaching scheme Credit assigned
ISC403 Feedback Control
System Theory Pract. Tut. Theory Pract. Tut. Total
4   4   4
Sub
Code Subject Name Examination scheme
Theory (out of 100) Term
work Pract.
and
Oral Oral Total
Internal Assessment End Sem
Exam Test1 Test2 Avg.
ISC403 Feedback
Control System 20 20 20 80    100
Subject Code Subject Name Credits
ISC403 Feedback Control System 4
Course
Objectives 1. The students should be able to learn the type of System, dynamics of physical
systems, classificatio n of control system, analysis and design objective.
2. The students should learn how to represent system by transfer function and block
diagram reduction method and Mason‘s gain formula.
3. The students should able to learn time response analysis and demonstrate their
knowledge to frequency response.
4. Students can be able to learn stability analysis of system using Root locus, bode
plot, polar plot, and Nyquist plot.
Course
Outcomes Students will be able to 
1. Identify open and closed loop control system
2. Formulate mathematical model for physical systems.
3. Simplify representation of complex systems using reduction techniques.
4. Use standard test signals to identify performance characteristics of first and
second order systems.
5. Apply root locus technique f or stability analysis.
6. Analyze performance characteristics of system using Frequency response
methods.
Details of Syllabus:
Prerequisite: Knowledge of Laplace and Inverse Laplace Transform.
Module Contents Hrs CO
mapping
1 Introduction
Definition of control system and related terms, op en loop and closed
loop system, examples. Development of automatic control systems,
classifi cation of control system, examples 4 CO1
2 Mathematical Models of
Physical Syst ems
Definition of p hysical systems, prin ciple of superposit ion and
homo geneity, linear/non linear, t ime variant /time invariant
systems . Types of dynamic model, linear elements of electrical
and mechanical systems , differential equations of p h y s i c a l
systems mechanical systems, electrical systems – RLC series,
parallel circuits, An alogous systems. 8 CO2
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3 Transfer Function a nd Feedback Chara cteristics
Definition of tr ansfer function, sinusoid al transfer fun ction, tr ansfer
functions of physical systems , block dia gram algebra, reduction
rules, signal flow graphsdefinition, constru ction, prop erties, and
Mason's gain fo rmula, sensitivity of closed loop and open loop
systems, effect of f eedback, effect of disturbances signals,
regenerative feedback with examples 10 CO3
4 Time Response Ana lysis
Standard test si gnals, pulse and impulse fu nction, step fun ction,
ramp fun ction, parabolic function , sinu soidal fun ction, dynamic
response, t ime r esponse of fi rst or der system, t ime r esponse of
second order system, sp ecifications, st eady –state error, system
types and error constants, d esign sp ecifications of s econd ord er
system desired closed lo op pole lo cation and the dominant closed
loop pole concept. Time response analysis of electrical RLC circuits
– first and second order differential equations, steady state, and
transient response by using Laplace transform. 10 CO4
5 Stabil ity Analysis a nd Root Lo cus Method
Concept of stabil ity, definitions, bound ed inpu tbound ed output
stabili ty, relative stability, necessary and sufficient conditions for
stabili ty, Routh‘s stabil ity criterion, relative stabil ity analysis, root
locus technique, applications, concept, constru ction of root loci, root
loci of dif ferent systems, electrical RLC circuits, etc. 08 CO5
6 Frequency Response and Stability Analysis
Correlation b etween time and frequency respon se, polar plots, Bode
plots, Nyquist stability criterion , frequency response
specifications, stabili ty analysis usin gbode plots , pola r plots ,
definition and si gnificance of g ain mar gin and p hase ma rgin,
sensitivi ty analysis in f requency domain, Frequency response and
analysis of electrical RLC circuits. 08 CO6
Internal Assessment :
Internal Assessment consists of two tests out of which, one should be compulsory class test (on
minimum 02 Modules) and the other is either a class tes t or assignment on live problems or
course project.
Theory Examination:
1) Question paper will comprise of 6 questions, each carrying 20 Marks.
2) Total 4 questions need to be solved.
3) Question No. 1 will be compulsory and based on entire syllabus wherein su b questions of 4
to 5 marks will be asked.
4) Remaining questions will be mixed in nature.
5) In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective
lecture hours as mentioned in the syllabus.
Text Books.
1. Nagrath I. G., Gopal M., Control System Engineering , New Age International (P) Ltd.
Publishers, 2000
2. Kuo Benjamin C., ―Automatic Control System s‖,6th Edition, Prentice Hall of India, N ew
Delhi, 1993.
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Reference Books
1. Gopal M. ―Control Systems Principles and D esign‖, Tata M cGraw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd.,
New Delhi, 1998.
2. Nise No rman S., ―Contr ol Systems En gineering‖, 3rd.Edition, John Wiley and Sons,
Inc.2000.
3. Lewis Paul H., Ch ang Yang, ―Basic Cont rol Systems E ngineering‖, Prentice
HallInternational,
Inc. 1997.
4. Raymond T. Stefani, B ahram Shahian, late Cl ement J. Savant and, late G ene H. Host etter,
―Design of Feedback Control Systems‖, 4th Edition ., Oxford, Universi ty Press, N ew Delhi,
2001.
5. Dhanesh N. M anik,―Control System‖, Cengage Learning India, 1stEdition, 20 12.
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Subject
Code Subject Name Teaching Scheme (Hrs.) Credits Assigned
Theory Pract Tut. Theory Pract. Tut. Total
ISC404 Analytical
Instrumentation 3   3   3
Subject
Code Subject Name Examination Scheme
Theory
Term
Work Pract.
and
Oral Oral Total
Internal Assessment (out
of 20) End sem
Exam
Test 1 Test 2 Avg
ISC404 Analytical
Instrumentation 20 20 20 80    100
Subject Code Subject Name Credits
ISC404 Analytical Instrumentation 3
Course Objectives 1. Introduce the basic concept of qualitative and quantitative analysis of a given
sample.
2. Study various spectroscopic techniques and its instrumentation.
3. Study the concept of separation science and its applications.
4. Study the concept of radiochemical analysis along with i ndustrial analyzers.
Course Outcomes The students will be able to:
1) Define and explain various fundamentals of spectroscopy, qualitative and
quantitative analysis.
2) Discuss the terms, principle, instrumentation, operation and applications of
Molecular spe ctroscopic techniques.
3) Differentiate between principle, instrumentation and operation of Atomic
absorption and emission Spectroscopy.
4) Explain the various Separation techniques and its instrumentation.
5) Describe the principle and working of various Radiation detectors.
6) Discuss the principle and working of various Gas analyzers.
Details of Syllabus:
Prerequisite: Knowledge of sensors and analog electronic circuits.
Module Contents Hrs CO
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1 Introduction: Introduction to analytical Instrumentation.
Compare classical analytical techniques with instrumental
techniques.
Fundamentals of Spectroscopy: Nature of Electromagnetic
Radiation, Electromagnetic spectrum, Beer Lambert‘s Law
statement and derivation. Deviations from Beer‘s law.
Numerical on EMR and laws of photometry.
Interaction of radiation with matter. Instrumentation of
spectroscopic analytical system – Radiation sources,
Wavelength selectors, Detectors, signal processors and readout
modules.
06 CO1
2 Molecular Spectroscopy: Molecular Energy le vels, correlation
of energy levels with transitions.
Electronic transitions and Vibrational transitions –
Introduction to UV VIS molecular spectroscopy – basics of
single beam, double beam spectrophotometer and filter
photometer, its instrumentation and ap plications.
Basic principle of Fluorescence, Phosphorescence and Raman
Spectroscopy, components and instrumentation of Fluorimeters,
Phosphorimeters and Raman spectrometers.
Nuclear/Rotational transitions – Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
(NMR) spectroscopy, ba sic principle and numerical problems
based on NMR principle, instrumentation and constructional
details of NMR Spectrometer.
Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) Spectroscopy – Basic principle
and construction of ESR spectrometer.
10 CO2
3 Atomic Spectroscopy: Atomic Energy levels, Atomic
absorption spectrometers  components, working and absorption
spectra.
Atomic Emission spectrometers – components, working and
emission spectra, comparison between AAS and AES.
03 CO3
4 Separation Science:
Chromatography: Fundamentals of chromatographic
Separations, Classification, Gas chromatographic system with
components, factors affecting separation, applications. Analysis
of Gas Chromatogram.
HPLC – Its principle and instrumentation.
Mass Spectrometers: Basic principle, components and types of
mass spectrometers, sample handling techniques for liquids and
solids, resolution and numerical problems based on resolution.
Interfacing Gas Chromatography and Mass spectrometry
(GCMS).
09 CO4
5 Radio Chemical Instrumentation:
Basics of Radioac tivity, properties of radiations (α, β, γ). Half 
life period and numerical problems based on half life period.
Radiation detectors – Ionization chamber, Proportional counter,
Geiger Muller counter, Scintillation detector, Semiconductor
detectors, Pulse hei ght analyzers.
05 CO5
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6 Industrial Gas Analyzers:
Oxygen, Carbon dioxide(CO2), Carbon monoxide(CO) and
NO 2 analyzers, Gas density analyzer.
03 CO6
Internal Assessment:
Internal Assessment consists of two tests out of which, one should be compulsory class test (on minimum 02
Modules) and the other is either a class test or assignment on live problems or course project.
End Semester Theory Examination:
1. Question paper will comprise of 6 questions, each carrying 20 Marks.
2. Total 4 questions need to be solved.
3. Question No. 1 will be compulsory and based on entire syllabus wherein sub questions will be of
4 to 5 marks.
4. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature.
5. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to the number of res pective
lecture hours as mentioned in the syllabus.
Text Books:
1. Willard, Merritt, Dean, Settle, Instrumental Methods of Analysis , CBS Publishers & Distributors,
New Delhi, 7th Edition.
2. Khandpur R. S., Handbook of Analytical Instrumen ts, Tata McGraw –Hill Publications, 3rd Edition.
Reference Books:
1. Skoog, Holler, Niemen, Thomson Principles of Instrumental Analysis , Books Cole Publications, 5th
Edition.
2. Ewing Galen W., Instrumental Methods of Chemical Analysis , McGraw Hill Book Company,
5th Edition.
3. Braun Robert D., Introduction to Instrumental Analysis , McGraw Hill Book Company.
4. Sherman R.E., Analytical Instrumentation , ISA Publication.
5. B.R.Bairi, Balvindersingh, N.C.Rathod, P.V.Narurkar Handbook nuclear medical Instruments,
McGraw Hill Book Company.
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Subject
code Subject Name Teaching scheme Credit assigned
ISC405 Signal
Conditioning
Circuit
Design Theory Pract. Tut. Theory Pract. Tut. Total
4   4   4
Sub
Code Subject Name Examination scheme
Theory (out of 100) Term
work Pract.
and
Oral Oral Total
Internal Assessment End
sem
Exam Test1 Test2 Avg.
ISC405 Signal
Conditioning
Circuit
Design 20 20 20 80    100
Subject Code Subject Name Credits
ISC405 Signal Conditioning Circuit Design 4
Course objectives 1. To give the knowledge about the various components analog signal
conditioning.
2. To impart knowledge of design considerations of analog signal
conditioning of components.
3. To give the students knowledge about various components digital signal
conditioning.
4. To make the students capable to apply knowledge to design various
transducer signal conditioning circuits
5. To give the students knowledge about the adjustable power supply design
Course Outcomes The students will be able to:
1. Explain principle of analog signal conditioning circuits
2. Design analog signal conditioners
3. Design digital signal conditioners
4. Apply knowledge of signal conditioning circuits to design temperature and
pressure transducers signal conditioning
5. Apply knowledge of signal cond itioning circuits to design optical and
miscellaneous transducers signal conditioning
6. Apply knowledge to design different power supplies.
Details of Syllabus:
Prerequisite: Knowledge of various sensors and basic electronics .
Module Contents Hrs CO
mapping
1 Principles of Analog Signal Conditioning:
Standard analog signals, Signal Level and bias changes,
Linearization, signal conversion, filtering and impedance
matching, concept of loading.
Passive circuits – Divider Circuits, Bridge circuits (Current,
Voltage, Balanced and Unbalanced), RC filters 06 CO1
2 Analog signal conditioners and their design
Practical applications of Op amp based circuits with design: 12 CO2
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Differentiators, Integrator, Instrumentation amplifier using 3 op
amps
Half wave, full wave mil ivolt rectification, absolute value circuit,
Log and antilog amplifier with temperature compensation, active
filters, threshold detector, zero crossing detector, window
detector, Phase locked loops (PLL), Voltage to Current converter
and Current to Voltage Converter, 555 Timer: modes of operation
with applications.
Guidelines for analog signal conditioning design and design
based problems
3 Components of Digital Signal Conditioning :
Block diagram of Digital signal conditioning, Characteristics of
digital data: digitized value, sampled data system and
linearization, sample and hold circuit, peak detector, ADC
(Successive Approximation, Flash, Ramp, dual slope) and DAC
(R/2R, Weighted resistors) their types and specifications, V to F
and F to V conv erters.
10 CO3
4 Thermal and Pressure Transducers Signal Conditioning
Design :
Thermal sensor signal conditioning, design considerations and
application for RTD, Thermistor, thermocouple and solid state
temperature sensor.
Pressure Transducer signal cond itioning Design: design
considerations and applications for various pressure sensors. 8 CO4
5 Optical and Other Transducer Signal Conditioning Design :
Optical Sensor signal conditioning  photo diode with photo 
conducting and photovoltaic modes, photo transistor and
photomultiplier tube.
Optical encoder signal conditioning for linear displacement,
velocity and angular displacement applications.
Other sensor signal conditioning: Potentiometer, LVDT, strain
gauges, piezoelectric and capacitive transducers 6 CO5
6 Power Supply Design :
Power supply design using 78xx series, 79xx series and
adjustable voltage IC regulators like 723 and LM317.
Switched Mode Power Supply (SMPS): Block diagram with
advantages and disadvantages over conventional power supply. 6 CO6
Internal Assessment:
Internal Assessment consists of two tests out of which, one should be compulsory class test (on
minimum 02 Modules) and the other is either a class test or assignment on live problems or
course project.
Theory Examination:
1. Question paper will comprise of 6 questions, each carrying 20 Marks.
2. Total 4 questions need to be solved.
3. Question No. 1 will be compulsory and based on entire syllabus wherein sub questions of 4 to
5 marks will be asked.
4. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature.
5. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective
lecture hours as mentioned in the syllabus.
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Text Books:
1. Ramakant Gayakwad ― Op amp and Linear Integrated Circuits‖ , PHI Pearson Educa tion.
2. C. D. Johnson, ―Process Control Instrumentation Technology (VIII Edition)‖
Reference Books:
1. Roy Choudhary, ―Linear Integrated Circuits‖, Wiley Eastern, 1991.
2. Coughlin & Driscoll, ―Op amp and Linear ICs‖ 6 th Edition, PHI 2002.
3. C. D. Johnson, ―Mi croprocessor Based Process Control‖ , PHI
4. Sergio Franco, ―Design with op amp analog ICs‖ McGraw Hill, 1988.
5. Robert G. Seippel, ―Transducer Interfacing – Signal Conditioning for Process Control‖,
Prentice Hill.
6. D. E. Pippenger and E. J. Tobanen, ―Linear a nd Interface Circuits Applications‖, McGraw Hill,
1988.
7. BurrBrown, ―General Catalog‖, Tucson, Ariz:Burr Brown, 1979.
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Subject
code Subject Name Teaching scheme Credit assigned
ISL401 Application
Software
Practice Theory Pract. Tut. Theory Pract. Tut. Total
 4*   2  2
* Out of 4 hours 2 hours theory shall be taught to entire class followed by 2hours practical in batches
Sub
Code Subject
Name Examination scheme
Term
work Pract.
and
Oral Oral Total
Internal Assessment End
Sem
Exam Test1 Test2 Avg.
ISL401 Application
Software
Practice     50 25  75
Subject Code Subject Name Credits
ISL401 Application Software Practice 2
Course objectives To st udy graphical programming language for creating simulation
and custom applications that interact with real world data or signals
in fields of science and engineering.
Course Outcome s Students will be able to
1. Design logical operations, using Graphic al programming
language
2. Develop customized virtual instruments and represent them in
required format with user friendly graphical programming
software for LOOPS like FOR LOOP, WHILE LOOP etc.
3. Discuss Global variable, sequence structure etc.
4. Explain Visa pr ogramming
5. Discuss concepts of hardware used
6. Use the data acquisition card or simulated software module and
make user interface in the field of engineering.
Details of Syllabus:
Prerequisite: Knowledge of Mathematics and conversion, LOOPs, switch CASE of any other software like
C program, simple concept of proportional process.
Module Contents Hrs CO
mapping
1 Graphical Programming Software basics: Components of virtual
instrument, creating virtual files and sub files, data types,
debugging techniques. 03 CO1
2 Structures  FOR, WHILE, Case structure, Timing, formula nodes
and math script, loops  shift registers Auto indexing concept,
feedback nodes. Arrays and clusters, Strings, File I/O. 07 CO2
3 Sequence structure Local and global variables, Express v irtual files 02 CO3
4 VISA programming, Understanding simple concepts of control
using PID block, Plotting data  graphs and charts, 06 CO4
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5 Introduction to terms: Measurement system, sampling, calibration,
measurement hardware  configuration. 02 CO5
6 Data Acquisition cards, Graphical Programming Software modules
and tool sets, general applications of Graphical Programming
Software. 04 CO6
List of Laboratory Experiments:
Sr. No. Detailed Contents CO
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1 To develop a VI to calculate speed, convert degree celcius to
Fahrenheit CO1
2 To develop a Sub VI to Perform Half adder and implement Full
ADDER using Sub VI CO1
3 To develop VI using FOR and WHILE loop to add 10 numbers,
calculate Factorial of a given number CO2
4 To create VI to find roots of quadratic equation, user defined unit
conversions etc using case structure. CO2
5 To create VI student database using String control and Array and
cluster functions. CO2
6 To develop a VI for storing all the points of simulated signal using
File I/Os CO1
7 To create VI to simulate traffic light control, stirred tank heater etc.
using Sequence structure CO3
8 To create VI to simulate bottle filling plant using Sequence
structure.
CO3
9 Build a VI to plot circle in XY graph, generate and pl ot random
numbers on chart, different colors in an intensity graph etc with
graph, chart properties and options . CO4
10 Applications of Graphical Programming Software in digital
electronics —binary to decimal conversion etc. CO1,CO2
11 Applications of Gra phical Programming Software in control —
simulate first and second order system response, effect of damping
factor etc.
CO4
12 Applications of Graphical Programming Software in process —tank
level/temperature control, alarm annunciator, batch process cont rol
etc. CO5
13 Measurement of AC/ DC voltage and current using DAQ cards.
CO6
14 Any one Mini project based on the above syllabus CO1 CO6
Note:
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Any other experiments based on syllabus which will help students to understand topic/concept can
also be included.
For this course use Graphical Programming Software like Lab View or Open Source Software
Term Work:
Term work shall consist of minimum 10 programs from the list of suggested programs and one
Mini project of your choice or from the list given a bove.
The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows:
Laboratory work (Performing Experiments) : 20 Marks
Laboratory work (programs/ journal) : 10 Marks
Mini Project : 15 Marks
Marks Atte ndance : 5 Marks
The final certification and acceptance of term work ensures the satisfactory performance of laboratory
work and minimum passing in the term work.
Practical /oral Examination :
Practical/Oral examination will be ba sed on entire syllabus.
Reference Books:
1. Robert Bishop, ―Learning with LabVIEW TM 7 express‖, Pearson Education, 2005.
2. Jovitha Jerome, ―Virtual Instrumentation‖, PHI, 2010.
3. Gupta S, ―Virtual Instrumentation Using LabVIEW‖, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing C ompany
Limited.
4. LabVIEW users manual.
5. National instruments Product catalog.
Website : www.ni.com
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Subject
code Subject
Name Teaching scheme Credit assigned
ISL402 Transducer 
II Lab
Practice Theory Pract
. Tut. Theory Pract. Tut. Total
 2   1  1
Sub
Code Subject
Name Examination scheme
Term
work Pract.
and
Oral Oral Total
Internal Assessment End
Sem
exam Test1 Test2 Avg.
ISL402 Transducer 
II Lab
Practice     25 25  50
Subject Code Subject Name credits
ISL402 Transducer II Lab Practice 1
Course Objectives 1. To make students understand the construction, working
principle and application of various transducers used for flow
measurement, strain measurement, pressure.
2. To study electro chemical sensors and tra nsducers used for
density and viscosity measurement
3. To experimentally verify the principle and characteristics of
various transducers
Course Outcome s Students will be able to 
1. Explain working principle of transducers used for strain
measurement.
2. Explain working principle of transducers used pressure
measurement.
3. Identify constant head type flow sensors such as orifice,
venturi, tube, nozzle and pitot tube and study the applications.
4. Identify variable area and electromagnetic flow meters
5. Demons trate the performance characteristics of various
electrochemical sensors
6. Use miscellaneous sensors for density and viscosity
measurement.
Syllabus same as that of subject ISC402 Transducers II
List of Laboratory Experiments:
Sr.
No. Detailed Contents CO
mapping
1. Strain gauge characteristics and weight measurement CO1
2. Study use of semiconductor strain gauges for pressure measurement CO2
3. Study measurement of pressure using bellows, diaphragm, bourdon tube,
manometer. CO2
4. Test and calibration of pressure gauges using dead weight tester. CO2
5. Measurement of flow using orifice/venturi tube/nozzle/pitot tube. CO3
6. Measurement of flow using rotameter. CO4
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7. Measurement of flow using electromagnetic flow meter. CO4
8. Study and characteriza tion of pH meter. CO5
9. Study and characterization of conductivity meter. CO5
10. Measurement of Density CO6
11. Viscosity measurement CO6
Any other experiments based on syllabus which will help students to understand topic/concept.
Term Work:
Term work shall consist of minimum eight experiments.
The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows:
Laboratory work (Experiments) : 10 Marks
Laboratory work (programs/ journal) : 10
Marks Attendance : 5 Marks
The final certification and acceptance of term work ensures the satisfactory performance of laboratory
work and minimum passing in the term work.
Practical /oral Examination :
Practical/Oral examination will be based on entire syllabus.
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Subject
code Subject Name Teaching scheme Credit assigned
ISL403 Feedback
Control Systems
Lab Practice Theory Pract. Tut. Theory Pract. Tut. Total
 2   1  1
Sub
Code Subje ct Name Examination scheme
Internal Assessment End Sem
Exam Term
work Pract.
and
Oral Oral Total
Test1 Test2 Avg.
ISL403 Feedback
Control Systems
Lab Practice     25  25 50
Subject Code Subject Name credits
ISL403 Feedback Control Systems Lab Practice 1
Course objectives 1. The students should be able to examine steady state and frequency
response of the Type 0, 1, and 2 systems.
2. The students should be able to examine steady state and frequency
respons e of first and second order electrical systems.
3. The students should able to examine time response analysis of first and
second order systems.
4. Students can be able to inspect stability analysis of system using Root
locus, Bode plot, polar plot.
Course Outc omes Students will be able to 
1. Plot frequency response of first order electrical system.
2. Plot time response of second order electrical system and calculate the
steady state error.
3. Demonstrate their knowledge to obtain the transfer function and transient
and steady state response to test signals such as step, ramp, and parabolic.
4. Understand the effect of damping factor on system response.
5. Inspect the time response specifications of systems by using root locus.
6. Inspect the frequency response specifications of systems by using bode 
plot, Polar plot, Nyquist plot techniques, and comment on the stability of
system
Syllabus same as that of subject ISC403 Feedback Control systems
List of Laboratory Experiments:
Sr.
No. Detailed Contents CO
mapping
1 To plot the effect of time constant on first – order systems response. CO1
2 To plot the frequency response of first order system CO1
3 To plot the time response of second – order systems. CO2
4 To examine steady state errors for Type 0, 1, 2 systems CO3
5 To study the block diagram reduction technique by using simulation software. CO3
6 To interpret the effect of d amping fa ctor on the p erformance of second order system. CO4
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7 To inspect the relative stability of systems by Root Locus using Simulation Softwar e CO5
8 To inspect the stability of systems by Bode plot using Simulation Software CO6
9 To determine the frequency response specifications from Polar plot of system CO6
10 To inspect the stability of systems by Nyquist plot using Simulation Software CO6
Any other experiments based on syllabus which will help students to understand topic/concept.
Note: Sr. 1 to 4 experiments should be performed using practical kit /bread board and Sr. 5 to 10 by
using simulation software like MATH CAD/MATLAB/SCILAB/OCT AVE or equivalent.
Term Wo rk:
Term work sh all consist of Eight experiments.
The dis tribution of ma rks for te rm wo rk shall be as follows:
Laboratory work (Experiments) : 10 Ma rks
Laboratory work (programs /journ al) : 10 Ma rks
Attend ance : 5 Ma rks
The fin al certification and acceptance of te rm wo rk ensures the s atisfactory performance of labo ratory
work and m inimum passing in the te rm wo rk.
Oral Exa mination:
Oral examination will be b ased on entire syllabus.
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Subject
Code Subject Na me Teaching Scheme (Hrs.) Credits Assigned
Theory Pract Tut. Theory Pract. Tut. Total
ISL404 Analytical
Instrumentation
Lab Practice  2   1  1
Subject
Code Subject Name Examination Scheme
Theory
Term
Work Pract.
and
Oral Oral Total
Inter nal Assessment End sem
Exam
Test 1 Test 2 Avg
ISL404 Analytical
Instrumentation
Lab Practice     25  25 50
Subject Code Subject Name Credits
ISL404 Analytical Instrumentation Lab Practice 1
Course Objec tives 1. To make students perform experiments to understand concept and
working of various Analytical Instruments.
2. To develop skills in analyzing the sample using various spectroscopic
techniques.
Course Outcomes The students will be able to:
1) Illustrate th e concept and working of various spectrometers using
different samples.
2) Analyze the given sample in qualitative and quantitative manner, using
spectral techniques.
3) Use specific techniques employed for monitoring different pollutants in air
and water.
4) Demon strate the working of various radiation detectors.
5) Experiment the working of instruments used for clinical analysis, and
pharmaceutical laboratories.
6) Illustrate the concept of separation science.
Syllabus: Same as that of Subject ISC404 Analytical Ins trumentation.
List of Laboratory Experiments / Assignments:
Sr.
No. Detailed Content CO
Mapping
1. To calculate the refractive index of a given sample using Refractometer. CO1
2. To examine the optical density of a given sample using Photoelectric Colo rimeter. CO2
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3. To identify the optical density of a given sample using Balance cell Colorimeter. CO2
4. To determine the absorbance and transmittances of a given sample using
Single/double beam UV/VIS spectrometer. CO2
5. To examine the optical densit y of given electrophoresis strip using Densitometer. CO1
6. To identify the turbidity of given sample using Nephalo turbidity meter. CO3
7. To determine the pH of a given solution using pH meter. CO5
8. To determine the conductivity of a given sample us ing conductivity meter. CO5
9. To determine the Na and K concentration in a given sample using Flame
Photometer CO1
10. To examine the fluorescence phenomenon using Photo fluorimeter. CO1
11. To demonstrate the radioactive radiations using Geiger Mulle r counter and
Scintillation counter. CO4
12. To demonstrate the working of Gas chromatograph. CO6
Any other experiment based on syllabus which will help students to understand topic/concept.
Note:
1. Minimum of eight experiments and two assignments can b e performed during the semester for term work and
oral examination.
2. Industry visit is advised to understand the concept of Analytical Instrumentation subject.
Practical/Oral Examination :
Oral examination will be based on entire syllabus.
Term work:
Term w ork shall consist of minimum 08 experiments from the above given list and 02 assignments on the
entire syllabus.
The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows:
Laboratory work (Experiments) : 10 Marks
Two Assignments and viva on practicals : 10 Marks
Attendance : 5 Marks
The final certification and acceptance of term work ensures the satisfactory performance of laboratory work
and minimum passing in the term work.
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Subject
code Subject Name Teaching scheme Credit assigned
ISL405 Signal
Conditioning
Circuit Design
Lab Practice Theory Pract. Tut. Theory Pract. Tut. Total
 2   1  1
Syllabus: same as that of subject ISC405 Signal Conditioning Circuit Design
List of Laboratory Experime nts:
Sr.
No. Detailed Content CO
Mapping
1 Demonstrate non inverting buffer amplifier circuit CO1 Sub
Code Subject Name Examination scheme
Internal Assessment Term
work Pract.
and
Oral Oral Total
End
semEx
am Test
1 Test2 Avg.
ISL405 Signal
Conditioning
Circuit
Design Lab
Practice     25 25  50
Subject Code Subject Name credits
ISL405 Signal Conditioning Circuit Design Lab Practice 1
Course objectives 1. To give the knowledge about the various compo nents analog signal
conditioning.
2. To impart knowledge of design considerations of analog signal
conditioning of components.
3. To give the students knowledge about various components digital
signal conditioning.
4. To make the students capable to apply knowledge to design various
transducer signal conditioning circuits
5. To give the students knowledge about the adjustable power supply
design
Course Outcomes The students will be able to
1. Explain working principle of signal conditioning circuits
2. Discuss the design c onsiderations of analog signal conditioners
used in transducer signal conditioning.
3. Discuss the design considerations of various digital signal
conditioners used in transducer signal conditioning.
4. Apply knowledge of signal conditioning circuits to design temperature
and pressure transducers signal conditioning
5. Apply knowledge of signal conditioning circuits to design optical and
miscellaneous transducers signal conditioning
6. Apply knowledge to design different power supply.
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2 Design and demonstrate general signal conditioning circuit to convert sensor
output to 0 5 V CO2
3 Design and demonstrate general signal conditioning circuit to convert sensor
output to 4 20 mA CO2
4 Design and demonstrate signal conditioning circuit for low level signals in
micro volts‘ region CO2, CO4
5 Design and demonstrate absolute value circuit for an application CO2
6 Design and demonstrate si gnal conditioning circuit for weight measuring
system using strain gauge CO5
7 Design and demonstrate signal conditioning circuit for capacitive transducer CO5
8 Design and demonstrate second order LPF and HPF for any application CO2
9 Design signal con ditioning circuit for RTD CO4, CO2
10 Design signal conditioning circuit for optical sensor. CO2, CO5
11 Design and demonstrate digital to Analog converter circuit CO3
12 Design and demonstrate I to V and V to I converter circuit CO2
13 Design and imp lement Astable and Monostable Multivibrator using IC 555. CO3
14 Design adjustable voltage regulators using IC723/ LM317 CO6
Any other experiments based on syllabus which will help students to understand topic/ concept.
Term Work:
Term work shall consi st of minimum eight experiments.
The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows:
Laboratory work (Experiments) : 10 Marks
Laboratory work (programs / journal) : 10 Marks
Attendance : 5 Marks
The final certification and acceptance of te rm work ensures the satisfactory performance of
Laboratory work and minimum passing in the term work.
Practical/Oral Examination:
Practical/Oral examination will be based on entire syllabus.
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Program Structure for
TE Instrumentation Engineering
University of Mumbai
(With Effect from 2018 19)
Scheme for Semester V
Course
Code Course Name Teaching Scheme
(Contact Hours) Credits Assigned
Theo
ry Practic
al Tutori
al Theory Practi
cal Tutoria
l Total
ISC501 Signals and Systems 4   4   4
ISC502 Applications of
Microcontroller 4   4   4
ISC503 Control System Design 4   4   4
ISC504 Control System
Components 4   4   4
ISDLO50
1X Department Level
Optional Course I 3   3   3
ISL501 Business Communication
and Ethics  4#   2  2
ISL502 Applications of
Microcontroller – Lab
Practice  2   1  1
ISL503 Control System Design
Lab Practice  2   1  1
ISL504 Control System
Components – Lab
Practice  2   1  1
ISL505 Department Level
Optional Course I – Lab
Practice  2   1  1
ISL506 Mini project – I  2   1  1
Total
19 14  19 07  26
# Out of four hours, 2 hours theory shall be taught to entire class and 2 hours practical in batches
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Examination Scheme for Semester V
Course
Code Course Name
Examination Scheme
Total
Marks Theory
Term Work
Oral
Pract. & Oral End Sem
Exam
( ESE) Internal
Assessment
(IA)
Max
Marks Max
Marks Max
Marks Max
Marks Max
Marks
ISC501 Signals and Systems 80 20    100
ISC502 Applications of
Microcon troller 80 20    100
ISC503 Control System
Design 80 20    100
ISC504 Control System
Components 80 20    100
ISDLO50
1X Department Level
Optional Course I 80 20    100
ISL501 Business
Communication and
Ethics

 50

 50
ISL502 Applic ations of
Microcontroller – Lab
Practice   25

25 50
ISL503 Control System
Design Lab Practice   25 25  50
ISL504 Control System
Components – Lab
Practice   25  25 50
ISL505 Department Level
Optional Course I –
Lab Practice   25 25  50
ISL506 Mini project – I   25 25  50
Total 400
100
175 75 50 800
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Program Structure for
TE Instrumentation Engineering
University of Mumbai
(With Effect from 2018 19)
Scheme for Semester VI
Course
Code Course Name Teaching Scheme
(Contact Hours) Credits Assigned
Theo
ry Practic
al Tutoria
l Theory Practic
al Tutori
al Total
ISC601 Process Instrumentation
System 4   4   4
ISC602 Industrial Data
Communication 3   3   3
ISC603 Electrical machines and
Drives 4   4   4
ISC604 Digital Signal Processing 4   4   4
ISC605 Advanced Control System 3   3   3
ISDL0602
X Department Level Optional
Course II 3   3   3
ISL601 Process Instrumentation
System – Lab Practice  2   1  1
ISL602 Industrial Data
Communication – Lab
Practice  2   1  1
ISL603 Electrical machines and
Drives – Lab Practice  2   1  1
ISL604 Digital Signal Processing –
Lab Practice  2   1  1
ISL605 Advanced Control System –
Lab Practice  2   1  1
ISL 606 Mini project  II  2   1  1
Total
21 12  21 06  27
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Examination Scheme for Semester VI
# Mini proje ct based on internal oral and project report.
Course
Code Course Name Examination Scheme
Total
Marks Theory
Term Work
Oral
Pract. &
Oral End Sem
Exam
(ESE) Internal
Assessment
(IA)
Max
Marks Max
Marks Max
Marks Max
Marks Max
Marks
ISC601 Process
Instrumentation
System 80 20   100
ISC602 Industrial Data
Communication 80 20   100
ISC603 Electrical
machines and
Drives 80 20   100
ISC604 Digital Signal
Processing 80 20   100
ISC605 Advanced Cont rol
System 80 20   100
ISDL060
2X Department Level
Optional Course II 80 20   100
ISL601 Process
Instrumentation
System – Lab
Practice   25 25 50
ISL602 Industrial Data
Communication –
Lab Practice   25   25
ISL603 Electrical
machines and
Drives – Lab
Practice   25 25  50
ISL604 Digital Signal
Processing – Lab
Practice   25  25 50
ISL605 Advanced Control
System – Lab
Practice   25  25 50
ISL 606 Mini project  II   25#   25
Total 480 120 150 50 50 850
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Program Structure for
BE Instrumentation Engineering
University of Mumbai
(With Effect from 2019 20)
Scheme for Semester VII
Course
Code Course Name Teaching Scheme
(Contact Hours) Credits Assigned
Theo
ry Practic
al Tutoria
l Theory Practic
al Tutori
al Total
ISC701 Industrial Process Control 4   4   4
ISC702 Biomedical Instrumentation 4   4   4
ISC703 Industrial Automation 4   4   4
ISDLO70
3X Department Level Optional
Course III 4   4   4
ILO701X Institute Level Optional
Course I 3   3   3
ISL701 Industrial Process Control –
Lab Practice  2   1  1
ISL702 Biomedical Instrumentation
– Lab Practice  2   1  1
ISL703 Industrial Automation – Lab
Practice  2   1  1
ISL704 Department Level Optional
Course III – Lab Practice  2   1  1
ISL705 Project I  6   3  3
Total
19 14  19 07  26
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Examination Scheme for Semester VII
Course
Code Course Name
Examination Scheme
Total
Marks Theory
Term Work
Oral
Pract. &
Oral End Sem Exam
(ESE) Internal
Assessment
(IA)
Max
Marks Max
Marks Max
Marks Max
Marks Max
Marks
ISC701 Industrial Process
Control 80 20    100
ISC702 Biomedica l
Instrumentation 80 20    100
ISC703 Industrial
Automation 80 20    100
ISDLO7
03X Department Level
Optional Course
III 80 20    100
ILO701
X Institute Level
Optional Course I 80 20    100
ISL701 Industrial Process
Control – Lab
Practice   25 25  50
ISL702 Biomedical
Instrumentation –
Lab Practice   25 25  50
ISL703 Industrial
Automation – Lab
Practice   25 25  50
ISL704 Department Level
Optional Course
III – Lab Practice   25 25  50
ISL705 Project I   50 50  100
Total 400 100 150 150  800
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Program Structure for
BE Instrumentation Engineering
University of M umbai
(With Effect from 2019 20)
Scheme for Semester VIII
Course
Code Course Name Teaching Scheme
(Contact Hours) Credits Assigned
Theo
ry Practic
al Tutoria
l Theory Practic
al Tutori
al Total
ISC801 Instrumentation Project
Documentation and
Execution 4   4   4
ISC802 Instrument and System
design 4   4   4
ISDLO80
4X Department Level Optional
Course IV 4   4   4
ILO802X Institute Level Optional
Course II 3   3   3
ISL801 Instrumentation Project
Documentation and
Execution  2   1  1
ISL802 Instrument and System
design  2   1  1
ISL803 Department Level Optional
Course IV – Lab Practice  2   1  1
ISL804 Project II  12   6  6
Total
15 18  15 09  24
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Examination Scheme for Semester VIII
Course
Code Course Name Examination Scheme
Total
Marks
Theory
Term Work
Oral
Pract. &
Oral
End Sem
Exam(ESE) Internal
Assessment
(IA)
Max
Marks Max
Marks Max
Marks Max
Marks Max
Marks
ISC801 Instrumentation
Project
Documentation
and Execution 80 20    100
ISC802 Instrument and
System design 80 20    100
ISDLO80
4X Department
Level Optional
Course IV 80 20    100
ILO802X Institute Level
Optional Course
II 80 20    100
ISL801 Instrumentation
Project
Documentation
and Execution   25 25  50
ISL802 Instrument and
System design   25 25  50
ISL803 Department
Level Optional
Course IV – Lab
Practice   25 25  50
ISL804 Project II   100 50  150
Total 320 80 175 125  700
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Departme nt Level Optional Courses:
Subject Code Subject Name
ISDLO5011 Advanced Sensors
ISDLO5012 Optimization Techniques
ISDLO5013 Database Management System
ISDLO5014 Fiber Optic Instrumentation
Subject Code Subject Name
ISDLO6021 Material Science
ISDLO6 022 Computer Organization and Architecture
ISDLO6023 Biosensors and Signal Processing
ISDLO6024 Nuclear Instrumentation
Subject Code Subject Name
ISDLO7031 Image Processing
ISDLO7032 Digital Control System
ISDLO7033 Advanced Microcontroller Systems
ISDLO7034 Mechatronics
ISDLO7035 Building Automation
Subject Code Subject Name
ISDLO8041 Expert System
ISDLO8042 Optimal Control System
ISDLO8043 Internet of Things(IOT)
ISDLO8044 Power Plant Instrumentation
ISDLO8045 Functional Safety
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Institute Level Optional Courses
Subject Code Institute level Optional Course  I
ILO7011 Product Lifecycle Management
ILO7012 Reliability Engineering
ILO7013 Management Information System
ILO7014 Design of Experiments
ILO7015 Operation Research
ILO7016 Cyber Security and Laws
ILO7017 Disaster Management and Mitigation Measures
ILO7018 Energy Audit and Management
ILO7019 Development Engineering
Subject Code Institute level Optional Course  II
ILO8021 Project Management
ILO8022 Finance Mana gement
ILO8023 Entrepreneurship Development and Management
ILO8024 Human Resource Management
ILO8025 Professional Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
(CSR)
ILO8026 Research Methodology
ILO8027 IPR and Patenting
ILO8028 Digital Business Managem ent
ILO8029 Environmental Management