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Anna University Affiliated Colleges Regulation 2008


Know informations regarding Rules & Regulations followed for Affiliated colleges of Anna university in Tamilnadu . Students who’re pursuing engineering degree program of any course should have known this.

It includes complete details like Admission procedures for Regular / Lateral entry students, exam question pattern, degree standard, courses offered in BE, BTech degree etc .

This is for the Regulation 2008, so candidates who’ve been following new regulation by anna university are advised to download latest brouchure for the same .

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UG (B.E. / B. Tech.) REGULATIONS 2008



The   following   Regulations   are   applicable   to   all   Engineering   Colleges   affiliated   to Anna University, Chennai (other than Autonomous Colleges) and to all the University Colleges of Engineering of Anna University, Chennai.


In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires:

I)    “Programme” means Degree Programme, that is B.E./B.Tech.  Degree Programme. II)   “Discipline” means specialization or branch of B.E./B.Tech. Degree Programme, like

Civil Engineering, Textile Technology, etc.


III)  “Course” means a theory or practical subject that is normally studied in a semester, like Mathematics, Physics, etc.


IV) “Director,  Academic  Courses”  means  the  authority  of  the  University  who  is responsible   for   all                                  academic   activities   of  the   University   Departments   for implementation of relevant rules of this Regulations.


V)  “Head of the Institution” means the Principal of the Campus. VI) “Chairperson” means the Head of the Faculty.

VII) “Head of the Department” means head of the Department concerned.


VIII)“Controller  of  Examinations”  means  the  authority  of  the  University  who  is responsible for all activities of the University Examinations.


IX) “University” means ANNA UNIVERSITY, CHENNAI.


2.       ADMISSION


2.1        Candidates seeking admission to the first semester of the eight semester B.E. / B.Tech.


Degree Programme:


Should  have  passed  the  Higher  Secondary  Examinations  of  (10  +2)  Curriculum (Academic Stream) prescribed by the Government of Tamil Nadu with Mathematics, Physics  and  Chemistry as  three  of  the four  courses  of  study  under  Part-III  or any examination of  any other University or authority accepted by the Syndicate of Anna University as equivalent thereto.


Should have passed the Higher Secondary Examination of Vocational stream (Vocational groups in Engineering / Technology) as prescribed by the Government of Tamil Nadu.



Should possess the Diploma  in Engineering / Technology awarded by the State Board of Technical Education, Tamil Nadu or any other authority accepted by the Syndicate of the university as equivalent thereto.


2.2       Lateral entry admission

(i)  The candidates who possess the Diploma in Engineering / Technology awarded by

the State Board of Technical Education, Tamilnadu or its equivalent are eligible to apply for Lateral entry admission to the third semester of B.E. / B.Tech. in the branch corresponding to the branch of study.


(ii) The candidates who possess the Degree in Science (B.Sc.,) (10+2+3 stream) with Mathematics as a subject at the B.Sc. Level are eligible to apply for Lateral entry admission to the third semester of B.E. / B.Tech.


Such candidates shall undergo two additional Engineering subject(s) in the third or fifth  and  fourth  or  sixth  semesters  respectively  as  prescribed  by  the  respective Faculty. (See  Annexure – I).




A candidate may be offered a programme in any one of the branches of study approved by the University (See  Annexure – II), and offered by that college where the candidate is admitted.

Programmes offered in Anna University, Chennai are mentioned in Annexure – II.




4.1        Every Programme will have curricula with syllabi consisting of theory and practicals such as:


(i) General core courses comprising mathematics, basic sciences, Engineering sciences, humanities and engineering.


(ii)  Core courses of Engineering/Technology.


(iii) Elective courses for specialization in related fields.


(iv) Workshop Practice, Computer Practice, Engineering Graphics, Laboratory work, Industrial training, Seminar presentation, Project work, Educational tours, Camps etc.


(v) NCC / NSS / NSO / YRC activities for character development


There shall be a certain minimum number of core courses and sufficient number of elective courses that can be opted by the student. The blend of different courses shall be so designed that the student, at the end of the programme, would have been trained not only in his / her relevant professional field but also would have developed as a socially conscious human being.

4.2        Each course is normally assigned certain number of credits with 1 credit per lecture period per week, 1 credit per tutorial period per week, 1 credit for 2 periods of laboratory or practical or seminar or project work per week (2 credits for 3 or 4 periods of practical) and 1 credit  for 2 weeks,  2 credits for 4 weeks and 3 credits for 6 weeks of industrial training during semester vacations.


4.3        Each semester curriculum shall normally have a blend of lecture courses not exceeding 7 and practical  courses not  exceeding 4.                                      However, the total  number of  courses per semester shall not exceed 10.

4.4        For the award of the degree, a student has to earn certain minimum total number of credits specified in the curriculum of the relevant branch.


4.5        The  medium  of  instruction  is  English  for  all  courses,  examinations,  seminar presentations and project / thesis / dissertation reports except for the programmes offered as Tamil Medium courses.




5.1        A  student  is  ordinarily  expected  to  complete  the  B.E.  /  B.Tech.  Programme  in

8 semesters (four academic years) but in any case not more than 14 Semesters for HSC candidates  and  not  more  than  12  semesters  for  Lateral  Entry  Diploma  /  B.Sc. Candidates.


5.2        Each semester shall normally consist of 90 working days or 450 periods of 50 minutes each.  The principal shall ensure that every teacher imparts instruction as per the number of periods / hours specified in the syllabus and that the teacher teaches the full content of the specified syllabus for the course being taught.


5.3        The Head of the Institution / Principal may conduct additional classes for improvement, special coaching, conduct of model test etc., over and above the Specified periods. But for the purpose of calculation of attendance requirement or writing the end semester examinations  (as  per  clause  6)  by  the  students  450  periods  conducted  within  the specified  academic  schedule  alone  shall  be  taken  into  account  and  the  overall percentage of attendance shall be calculated accordingly.


The University Examination will ordinarily follow immediately after the last working day of the semester commencing from I semester as per academic schedule prescribed from time to time.


5.4       The total period for completion of the programme reckoned from the commencement of the first semester to which the candidate was admitted shall not exceed the maximum period specified in clause 5.1 irrespective of the period of break of study (vide clause

18.3) in order that he/she may be eligible for the award of the degree (vide clause 15).



6.1       A Candidate who has fulfilled the following conditions shall be deemed to have satisfied the requirements for completion of a semester.

Ideally every student is expected to attend all classes and secure 100% attendance. However, in order to give provision for certain unavoidable reasons such as Medical / participation in sports / personal, the student is expected to attend atleast 75% of the classes during  any semester commencing from First semester.


6.1.1     Therefore, he/she shall secure not less than 75% (after rounding off to the nearest integer) of overall attendance taking into account the total number of 450 periods in a semester within 90 working days in all courses put together attended by the candidate as against the total number of periods in all courses offered during the semester (vide clause 5.3)


6.2        However, a candidate who secures overall attendance between 65% and 74% in that current semester due to medical reasons (prolonged hospitalization / accident / specific illness /  Participation in Sports events)  may  be permitted to appear for the current semester  examinations subject  to  the  condition  that  the  candidate  shall  submit  the medical certificate attested by the Head of the Institution. The same shall be forwarded to the Controller of Examinations, Anna University, Chennai for record purposes.


6.3        Candidates who secure less than 65% of overall attendance shall not be permitted to write the University examination at the end of the semester and not permitted to move to the   next semester. They are required to repeat the incomplete semester in the next academic year, as per the norms prescribed.


7.         CLASS ADVISER


To help the students in planning their courses of study and for general advice on the academic programme, the Head of the Department of the students will attach a certain number of students to a teacher of the Department who shall function as Class Adviser for those students throughout their period of study. Such Class Advisers shall advise the students and monitor the courses undergone by the students, check the attendance and progress   of   the   students   attached   to   him/her   and   counsel   them   periodically. If necessary, the Class adviser may also discuss with or inform the parents about the progress of the students.




8.1.       Every class shall have a class committee consisting of teachers of the class concerned, student representatives and a chairperson who is not teaching the class. It is like the

‘Quality Circle’ (more commonly used in industries) with the overall goal of improving the teaching-learning process. The functions of the class committee include


  • Solving problems experienced by students in the class room and in the laboratories.


  • Clarifying the regulations of the degree programme and the details of rules therein  particularly  clause  5  and  6  which  should  be  displayed  on  college Notice-Board.


  • Informing the student representatives the academic schedule including the dates of assessments and the syllabus coverage for each assessment.
  • Informing the student representatives the details of Regulations regarding weightage used for each assessment. In the case of practical courses (laboratory / drawing / project work / seminar etc.) the breakup of marks for each experiment / exercise / module of work, should be clearly discussed in the class committee meeting and informed to the students.


  • Analyzing the performance of the students of the class after each test and finding the ways and means of solving problems, if any.


  • Identifying the weak students,  if  any,  and requesting the teachers concerned to provide some additional help or guidance or coaching to such weak students.


8.2        The class committee for a class under a particular branch is normally constituted by the head of the department. However, if the students of different branches are mixed in a class (like the first semester  which is generally common to all branches), the class committee is to be constituted by the Principal.


8.3        The class committee shall be constituted within the first week of each semester.


8.4        At least 4 student representatives (usually 2 boys and 2 girls) shall be included in the class committee.


8.5        The chairperson of the class committee may invite the Faculty adviser(s) and the Head of the department to the meeting of the class committee.


8.6        The Principal may participate in any class committee of the institution.


8.7        The chairperson is required to prepare the minutes of every meeting, submit the same to Principal within two days of the meeting and arrange to circulate it among the students and teachers concerned. If there are some points in the minutes requiring action by the management, the same shall be brought to the notice of the Management by the Head of the Institution.


8.8        The first meeting of the class committee shall be held within one week from the date of commencement of the semester, in order to inform the students about the nature and weightage of assessments within the framework of the Regulations. Two or three subsequent  meetings  may  be  held  in  a  semester  at  suitable  intervals.  The  Class Committee Chairman shall put on the Notice Board the cumulative attendance particulars of each student at the end of every such meeting to enable the students to know their attendance details to satisfy the clause 6 of this Regulation. During these meetings the student members representing the entire class, shall meaningfully interact and express the opinions and suggestions of the other students of the class in order to improve the effectiveness of the teaching-learning process.




Each common theory course offered to more than one discipline or group, shall have a “Course Committee” comprising all the teachers teaching the common course with one of them nominated as Course Coordinator. The nomination of the course Coordinator shall be made by the Head of the Department / Principal depending upon whether all the teachers teaching the common course belong  to a  single department  or to several departments. The ‘Course committee’ shall meet in order to arrive at a common scheme of evaluation for the test and shall ensure a uniform evaluation of the tests. Whereever feasible, the course committee may also prepare a common question paper for the internal assessment test(s).




10.1      Performance in each course of study shall be evaluated based on (i) continuous internal assessment throughout the semester and (ii) University examination at the end of the semester.


10.2      Each course, both theory and practical (including project work & Viva voce Examinations) shall be evaluated for a maximum of 100 marks. The project work shall be evaluated for a maximum of 100 marks.


10.2.1 For all theory and practical courses including project work, the continuous internal assessment will carry 20 marks while the End Semester University examination will carry

80 marks.


Project work may be allotted to a single student or to a group of students not exceeding

4 per group.


10.3      The University examination (theory and practical) of 3 hours duration shall ordinarily be conducted between October and December during the odd semesters and between April and June during the even semesters.

10.4      The University examination for project work shall consist of evaluation of the final report submitted by the student or students of the project group (of not exceeding 4 students) by an external examiner followed by a viva-voce examination conducted separately for each student by a committee consisting of the external examiner, the guide of the project group and an internal examiner.


10.5      For the University examination in both theory and practical courses including project work the internal and external examiners shall be appointed by the University.





For all theory and practical courses the continuous assessment shall be for a maximum of

20 marks (consisting of 15 marks for tests/experiments and 5 marks for attendance). The above continuous assessment shall be awarded as per the procedure given below:




(a)    Theory Courses

Three tests each carrying 100 marks shall be conducted during the semester by the Department / College concerned. The total marks obtained in all tests put together out of 300, shall be proportionately reduced for 15 marks and rounded to the nearest integer (This also implies equal weightage to all the three tests).


(b)    Practical Courses:


Every practical exercise / experiment shall be evaluated based on the exercise / experiment prescribed as per the syllabi and the records of work done maintained. There shall be at least one test during the semester. The criteria for arriving at the internal assessment marks (15 marks) shall be decided based on the recommendation of the class committee and shall be announced at the beginning of every semester by the Principal.


(c)    Internal Assessment for Theory Courses with Laboratory Component:


The maximum marks for Internal Assessment shall be 15 in case of  theory courses with Laboratory component.


If there is a theory course with Laboratory component, there shall be three tests: the first two tests (each 100 marks) will be from theory portions and the third test (maximum mark 100) will be for laboratory component.  The sum of marks of first two tests shall be reduced to 30 marks and the third test mark shall be reduced to 30 marks. The sum of these 60 marks (Vide clause 11) may then be arrived at for 15 and rounded to the nearest integer.




11.2      Project Work:


The Principal shall constitute a review committee for each branch of study. There shall be three reviews (each 100 Marks)  during the semester by the review committee. The student shall make presentation on the progress made by him / her before the committee. The total marks obtained in the three reviews shall be reduced for 15 marks and rounded to the nearest integer. (This also implies equal weightage to all the three assessments), 5 marks shall be given for Attendance (Clause 11.3).


11.2.1 The project report shall carry a maximum 30 marks (same mark shall be awarded for the report  submitted  to  every  student  within  the  project  group)  while  the  viva-voce examination shall carry 50 marks. (Marks are awarded to each student of the project group based on the individual performance in the viva-voce examination).









End semester Examinations


Submission (30)

Viva-Voce (50)










11.3      Attendance

The remaining 5 marks for attendance shall be awarded as given below: Theory and Practical courses and Project Work

76% to 80% of attendance – 1 mark

81% to 85% of attendance – 2 marks

86% to 90% of attendance – 3 marks

91% to 95% of attendance – 4 marks

96% to 100% of attendance -5 marks


11.3      Every teacher is required to maintain an ‘ATTENDANCE AND ASSESSMENT RECORD’ which consists of attendance marked in each lecture or practical or project work class, the test marks and the record of class work (topic covered), separately for each course. This should be submitted to the Head of the department periodically (at least three times in a semester) for checking the syllabus coverage and the records of test marks and attendance.  The  Head  of  the  department  will  put  his signature  and  date  after  due verification. At the end of the semester, the record should be verified by the Principal who will keep this document in safe custody (for five years). The University or any inspection team appointed by the University may inspect the records of attendance and assessment of both current and previous semesters.





A candidate shall normally be permitted to appear for the University Examinations of any semester commencing from I semester if he/she has satisfied the semester completion requirements (subject to Clause 6) and has registered for examination in all courses of the semester. Registration is mandatory for semester examinations as well as arrear examinations, failing which the candidate will not be permitted to move to the higher semester.


A candidate who has already appeared for any subject in a semester and passed the examination is not entitled to reappear in the same subject for improvement of grades / marks.




13.1      A candidate who secures not less than 50% of total marks prescribed for the courses with a minimum of 45% of the marks prescribed for the  end-semester University Examination in both theory and practical courses (including Project work), shall be declared to have passed the Examination.


13.1.1  If a candidate fails to secure a pass in a particular course, it is mandatory that he/she shall register and reappear for the examination in that course during the subsequent semester  when examination is conducted in that  course;  he/she  should continue to register and reappear for the examinations in the failed subjects till he / she secures a pass.


13.1.2  The internal assessment marks obtained by the candidate in the first appearance shall be retained and considered valid for all subsequent attempts till the candidate secure a pass.

However, from the 3rd attempt onwards if a candidate fails to obtain pass marks (IA + End

Semester Examination) as per clause 13.1 then the passing requirement shall be as follows:

The candidate should secure 50% and above the maximum marks prescribed for course in the university examinations alone irrespective of Internal Assessment marks obtained.




14.1.1  All assessments of a course will be done on absolute marks basis. However, for the purpose of reporting the performance of a candidate, letter grades, each carrying certain number of points, will be awarded as per the range of total marks (out of 100) obtained by the candidate in each subject as detailed below:


Letter grade                  Grade Points   Marks Range


S1091 – 100
A981 – 90
B871 – 80
C761 – 70
D657 – 60
E550 – 56
U0< 50


“U” denotes Reappearance is required for the examination in the course. (This grade will figure both in Marks Sheet as well as in Result Sheet)


“W” denotes withdrawal from the course.


The Grade “I” denotes inadequate attendance (as per clause 12) and hence prevention from writing the end semester examination.


The Grade “I’ and “W” will figure only in the Result Sheets.


Grade sheet

After results are declared, Grade Sheets will be issued to each student which will contain the following details:


§      The college in which the candidate has studied

§      The list of courses enrolled during the semester and the grade scored.

§      The Grade Point Average (GPA) for the semester and

§      The Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of all courses enrolled from first semester onwards.


GPA for a semester is the ratio of the sum of the products of the number of credits for courses acquired   and the corresponding points   to the sum of the number of credits for the courses acquired in the semester.


Sum of [Credits acquired x Grade points] GPA         =                    

Sum of Credits acquired


CGPA will be calculated in a similar manner, considering all the courses registered from first semester. “U”, “I” and “W” grades will be excluded for calculating GPA and CGPA.



∑     Ci GPi


CGPA =     ——————– n

∑    C

i=1     i


where  Ci     –   is the Credits assigned to the course


GPi –  is the point corresponding to the grade obtained for each




n   –  is number of all Courses successfully cleared during the particular semester in the case of GPA and during all the semesters in the case of CGPA


14.1.2  Whenever students, having arrear subjects, appear for the end semester examination during which there are no regular batch of students writing the same subjects, then, the letter grades for the arrears subjects shall be awarded based on the range of marks approved by the class committee immediately preceding end semester examination in which regular students wrote.


UPDATE : Anna University Changed Revaluation Procedure

A candidate can apply for revaluation of his/her semester examination answer paper in a theory course, within 2 weeks from the declaration of results, on payment of a prescribed fee through proper application to the Controller of Examinations through the Head of the Institution.   A  candidate  can  apply  for  revaluation  of  answer  scripts  for  not exceeding 5 subjects at a time.   The Controller of Examination will arrange for the revaluation and the results will be intimated to the candidate concerned through the Head of the Institution.  Revaluation is not permitted for practical courses, seminars, practical training and for project work.


15.1   A student shall be declared to be eligible for the award of the Degree if he/she has


  • · Successfully gained the required number of total credits as specified in the Curriculum corresponding to his/her Programme within the stipulated time.
  • · No disciplinary action is pending against him/her.
    • · Successfully completed the field visit / industrial training, if any, as prescribed in the curriculum.
    • The award of the degree must be approved by the Syndicate.
      • · Successfully completed any additional courses prescribed by the Director, Academic Courses,  whenever  any  candidate  is  readmitted  under  Regulations  other  than R – 2008 (clause 18.2.).



16.1      A candidate who qualifies for the award of the Degree  (vide clause 15) having passed the  examination  in  all  the  courses  in  his/her  first  appearance  within  the  specified minimum number of semesters securing a CGPA of not less than 8.50 shall be declared to have passed the examination in First Class with Distinction. For this purpose the withdrawal from examination (vide clause 17.4) will not be construed as an appearance. Further, the authorized break of  study (vide clause18.3) will not be counted for the purpose of classification.


16.2      A candidate who qualifies for the award of the Degree  (vide clause 15) having passed the examination in all the courses within the specified minimum number of semesters plus one year (two semesters), securing a CGPA of not less than 6.50 shall be declared to have passed the examination in First Class. Further, the authorized break of study (vide clause18.3) will not be counted for the purpose of classification.


16.3      All   other   candidates (not covered in clauses 16.1 and 16.2) who qualify for  the award of the degree (vide Clause 15) shall                                   be    declared to have passed the examination in Second Class.

16.4      A candidate who is absent in semester examination in a course / project work after having enrolled for the same shall be considered to have appeared in that examination for the purpose of classification. (subject to clause 17 and 18)




17.1      A candidate, may for valid reasons and on prior application, be granted permission to withdraw from appearing for the examination of any one course or consecutive examinations of more than one course in a semester examination.

17.2      Such withdrawal shall be permitted only once during the entire period of study of the degree programme.

17.3      Withdrawal  application  is  valid  only  if  it  is  made  within  10  days  prior  to  the commencement of the examination in that course or courses and recommended  by                                     the Head of the Institution and approved by the Controller of Examinations.

17.3.1   Notwithstanding  the  requirement  of  mandatory  TEN  days  notice,  applications  for withdrawal for special cases under extraordinary conditions will be considered on the merit of the case.


17.4      Withdrawal shall not be construed as an appearance for the eligibility of a candidate for First Class with Distinction.  This provision is not applicable to those who seek withdrawal during VII semester.

17.5      Withdrawal from the End semester examination is  NOT  applicable to arrears subjects of previous semesters

17.6      The  candidate  shall  reappear  for  the  withdrawn  courses  during  the  examination conducted in the subsequent semester.


Every student is required to undergo one Industrial visit for every theory course offered, starting from the third semester of the Programme. Every teacher shall take the students at least for one industrial visit in a semester.



19.1                                                                                                                     Break of Study shall be granted only once for valid reasons for a maximum of one year  during  the  entire  period  of  study  of  the  degree  programme.  However,  in extraordinary  situation  the  candidate  may  apply  for  additional  break  of  study  not exceeding another one year by paying prescribed fee for break of study.  If a candidate intends to temporarily discontinue the programme in the middle of the semester for valid reasons, and to rejoin the programme in a subsequent year, permission may be granted based on the merits of the case provided he / she applies to the Director, Student Affairs in advance, but not later than the last date for registering for the end semester examination of the semester in question, through the Principal of the Institution stating the reasons therefore and the probable date of rejoining the programme.

19.2      The candidates permitted to rejoin the programme after break of study / prevention due to lack of attendance, shall be governed by the Curriculum and Regulations in force at the time of rejoined.


19.2(i)  The students rejoined in any of the semesters are required to gain the stipulated number of credits in order to become eligible for the award of degree, under NEW Regulations.


19.2(ii) If any shortage of credits is observed cumulatively till the semester in which he / she is readmitted, then the Principal / student (through the Principal) shall apply to the Director, Academic Courses for prescribed additional courses, if  any, at the beginning of  the readmitted semester itself, so as to compensate for the shortage of the credits.


19.3      The authorized break of study (for a maximum of one year) will not be counted for the duration specified for passing all the courses for the purpose of  classification. (vide Clause 16.1 & 16.2).  However, additional break of study granted will be counted for the purpose of classification.

19.4      The total period for completion of the Programme reckoned from, the commencement of the first semester to which the candidate was admitted shall not exceed the maximum period specified in clause 5.1 irrespective of the period of break of study (vide clause

18.3) in order that he/she may be eligible for the award of the degree.


19.5      If  any student is detained for want of  required attendance, the period spent in that semester shall not be considered as permitted ‘Break of Study’ (Clause 18.3) is not applicable for this case.



All  students shall  enroll,  on admission,  in any  one of  the personality and character development programmes (the NCC / NSS / NSO / YRC) and undergo training for about

80 hours and attend a camp of about Seven days. The training shall include classes on

hygiene and health awareness and also training in first-aid.

National Cadet Corps (NCC) will have about 20 parades.

National Service Scheme (NSS) will have social service activities in and around the

College / Institution.

National  Sports  Organization  (NSO)  will  have  sports,  Games,  Drills  and  Physical


Youth Red Cross (YRC) will have activities related to social services in and around

college / institutions.


While the training activities will normally be during week ends, the camp will normally be during vacation period.

Every student shall put in a minimum of 75% attendance in the training and attend the camp compulsorily. The training and camp shall be completed during the first year of the programme. However, for valid reasons, the Principal may permit a student to complete this requirement in the second year.


21.        DISCIPLINE

Every student is required to observe disciplined and decorous behavior both inside and outside the college and not to indulge in any activity which will tend to bring down the prestige of the University / College. The Principal shall constitute a disciplinary committee consisting of Principal, Two Heads of Department of which one should be from the faculty of the student, to enquire into acts of indiscipline and notify the University about the disciplinary  action recommended for  approval. In case of  any serious in disciplinary action which leads to suspension or Dismissal, then a committee shall be constituted including one representive from Anna University, Chennai. In this regard, the member will be nominated by Anna University on getting information from the Head of Institution.

If a student indulges in malpractice in any of the University / internal examination he / she shall be liable for punitive action as prescribed by the university from time to time.



The University may from time to time revise, amend or change the Regulations, scheme of examinations and syllabi if found necessary.












a.  The     First     course      to      be      studied     either      in     their      III     semester      or


V semester of study.












GE2111Engineering Graphics








b.   The Second course to be studied during the IV or VI semester of their study.



The student can register for any ONE of the following courses as applicable to their


Branch of study.



i.     For Non-Circuit Branches: (Any one of the Following)












ME2151Engineering Mechanics *






GE2151Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering*







ii. For Circuit Branches:


a.   For Branches under Electrical Faculty (Any one of the Following)











EE2151Circuit Theory * (For branches underElectrical Faculty)






GE2152Basic Civil & Mechanical Engineering *





b.   For Branches under I & C Faculty (Any one of the Following)











EC2151Electric Circuits and Electron Devices * (Forbranches under I & C Faculty)






GE2152Basic Civil & Mechanical Engineering *






Non-Circuit Branches are:


Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Marine Engineering, Production Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Biotechnology, Polymer Technology, Textile Technology, Textile Technology (Fashion Technology), Petroleum Engineering, Plastics Technology.


Circuit Branches are:


a. Electrical Faculty:    Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Electronics and Instrumentation


Engineering and Instrumentation and Control Engineering.


b.  Information and Communication Engineering Faculty: Computer Science and Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Information Technology and Biomedical Engineering.




B.E. Degree Programmes :


B.E. Aeronautical Engineering B.E. Automobile Engineering B.E. Civil Engineering

B.E. Computer Science and Engineering

B.E. Electrical and Electronics Engineering

B.E. Electronics and Communication Engineering B.E. Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering B.E. Instrumentation and Control Engineering

B.E. Marine Engineering

B.E. Mechanical Engineering B.E. Production Engineering B.E. Bio Medical Engineering


B.Tech. Degree Programmes:


B.Tech. Chemical Engineering

B.Tech. Biotechnology

B.Tech. Information Technology B.Tech. Polymer Technology B.Tech. Textile Technology

B.Tech. Textile Technology (Fashion Technology) B.Tech. Petroleum Engineering

B.Tech. Plastics Technology


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