Execution Plan

Year Semester Content
I Year I Semester Grammar Skill-I
Aptitude-I
II Semester Grammar Skill-II
Aptitude-II
Logical Reasoning
II Year III Semester Verbal Reasoning
Personality Development
IV Semester Computer skills (Java)

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III Year V Semester Domain Subjects

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VI Semester Review of English ,Aptitude & Reasoning, Interview Skills & Resume Building, Group Discussion
IV Year VII Semester Crash Course
Company Specific
VIII Semester Subject/Domain Specific CERTIFICATE

Syllabus semester wise

 

                                            CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME – I

                              

OBJECTIVES:                                                                                                                                               L T  P  C
  • To empower the students with skill sets required for their overall personality development 3 0  0   3
  • To improve the standard of students for their employability.
OUT COMES:
  • Students acquire knowledge on English Grammar, Analytical & Logical reasoning.
  • Students will be facilitated to set their career goals.

Hours

UNIT I      TRAINING FUNDAMENTALS                                          8   

Goal Settings, Insights into pre-placement requisites, SWOT Analysis, LSRW Skills

UNIT II    LINGUISTICS SKILLS – LEVEL 1                                     15                                                             

Parts of Speech- Noun, Verb, Participle, Articles, Pronoun, Preposition, Adverb, Conjunction. Logical sequence of words, Tense & Voice, Comparison, Comprehension – comprehend and understand a paragraph, Paragraph writing.

UNIT III      QUANTITATIVE ABILITY I                                            15

 Shortcuts, Number theory- History of numbers – HCF & LCM – Divisibility rule – Finding the unit place, Percentage, Average, Probability, Clocks, calendars, Profit, loss and discount, Simple and compound interest, Ratio &Proportions, Mixtures and allegation, Probability, Permutation and combination

 UNIT IV : PRACTICALS:                                                                     7

Impromptu Speech, Group Discussion.

                                               TOTAL   HOURS                               45
TEXT BOOK:
  1. John Eastwood, “Oxford Practice Grammar”, Oxford.
  2. Rajesh Verma, “Fast Track Objective Arithmetic”, Arihant Publications.
REFERENCE BOOKS:

V.Praveen, “Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning” PHI Publication.

R.S.Agarwal, “Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations”, S.Chand & Company Pvt Limite

 

OBJECTIVES:                                                                                                                             L T  P  C
  • To excel the talents of students to face their career challenges and built confidence. 2  0   2  3
  • To become familiar with the theoretical and practical framework of career development.
OUTCOMES:
  • Increase in students’ knowledge of analytical & logical reasoning & English grammar.
  • Knowledge, Skill and Attitude of the students will be improved.

Hours

UNIT I           PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT & SOFT SKILLS                                       15
  • Body Language – Introduction, Grooming, Body Language – Body Language exhibited during professional interactions, Emotions displayed by Body Language, Postures and Gestures, Handshake, Eyes, Dressing  Etiquettes, Hygiene & Cleanliness, Time Management.
  • Interview Etiquettes – Meaning, Purpose, Interview Process and Types, Checklist – Do’s and Don’ts, Self Introduction, Personality Traits and Improvement.
  • Resume Building – Introduction, Difference between Resume and CV, Strategy of Resume Writing from Employees Perspective, Favorable first impression, Body of the resume, Clarity and Crispness, Format and Content
  • Group Discussion – Types, Key steps to succeed in Group Discussion, Responsibility of the first speaker, Guidelines – Do’s and Don’ts during Group Discussion, The technique of summing up.
UNIT II   VERBAL & NON VERBAL REASONNG                                                                 20

Analogy, Classification, Puzzles, Inserting the missing character, Figure series, Data Sufficiency, Data Interpretation, Assertion & Reason, Statement – Arguments & assumptions, Cause & effect, Courses of Action.

UNIT III : PRACTICALS:                                                                                                               10

Extempore speech, Online typing, Mock Interview

                                    TOTAL                                                                                                          45
TEXT BOOKS:
  1. Barun K. Mithra, “Personality Development & Soft Skills”, Oxford.
  2. P.Bakshi, “Objective English” Arihant Publications.
REFERENCE BOOK:
  1. R.S.Agarwal, “A modern approach to Verbal & Non-verbal Reasoning”, S.Chand & Company Pvt Limited

                                            CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAME – III

 

OBJECTIVES:                                                                                                 L T  P  C
  • To excel the talents of students to face their career challenges and built confidence. 2  0   2  3
  • To become familiar with the theoretical and practical framework of career development.
OUTCOMES:
  • Increase in students’ knowledge of analytical & logical reasoning & English grammar.
  • Knowledge, Skill and Attitude of the students will be improved.

Hours

UNIT I           PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT & SOFT SKILLS                       15
  • Body Language – Introduction, Grooming, Body Language – Body Language exhibited during professional interactions, Emotions displayed by Body Language, Postures and Gestures, Handshake, Eyes, Dressing  Etiquettes, Hygiene & Cleanliness, Time Management.
  • Interview Etiquettes – Meaning, Purpose, Interview Process and Types, Checklist – Do’s and Don’ts, Self Introduction, Personality Traits and Improvement.
  • Resume Building – Introduction, Difference between Resume and CV, Strategy of Resume Writing from Employees Perspective, Favorable first impression, Body of the resume, Clarity and Crispness, Format and Content
  • Group Discussion – Types, Key steps to succeed in Group Discussion, Responsibility of the first speaker, Guidelines – Do’s and Don’ts during Group Discussion, The technique of summing up.
UNIT II   VERBAL & NON VERBAL REASONNG                                               20

Analogy, Classification, Puzzles, Inserting the missing character, Figure series, Data Sufficiency, Data Interpretation, Assertion & Reason, Statement – Arguments & assumptions, Cause & effect, Courses of Action.

UNIT III : PRACTICALS:                                                                                             10

Extempore speech, Online typing, Mock Interview

                                                                TOTAL                                                        45
TEXT BOOKS:
  1. Barun K. Mithra, “Personality Development & Soft Skills”, Oxford.
  2. P.Bakshi, “Objective English” Arihant Publications.
REFERENCE BOOK:
  1. R.S.Agarwal, “A modern approach to Verbal & Non-verbal Reasoning”, S.Chand & Company Pvt Limited

CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME – IV

JAVA PROGRAMMING

OBJECTIVES:
  • To excel the talents of students in the technical area.
  • Students will examine the world of work, assess their interests and abilities, and make realistic career decisions.
OUTCOME:
  • Students’ will be proficient in computer skills.
  • They will be able to do coding & independent project.
                                    TOTAL HOURS                                                          60
Objectives are to
  1. To Know about history and features of Java
  2. To Learn about basic programming concepts to develop Java programs
  3. To Familiar with basic OOP concepts
  4. To Acquire knowledge about Package, Exception handling and String

 

Learning Outcome: Students will be able to
  1. To Use the features of Java to develop coding
  2. To Write simple Java programs
  3. To Code Java programs using basic OOP concepts
  4. To Code Java programs using Package, Exception handling and String
Unit-1                                                                                                              12

Java Introduction-Structure of Java programs-JVM-JDK-Eclipse Installation-Variable-Data type-Type casting-Arrays-Operators-Control Statements-Looping and Branching Statements

Unit-2                                                                                                              6

Class-Object-Method-Access Control – Argument Passing – Method with parameters & Object as Parameters- Returning a value and objects – Method overloading- Constructor – Parameterized constructor-Constructor over loading – This Keyword-Garbage Collection-Finalize () Method-Static-Final-Nested and Inner class

Unit-3                                                                                                              6

Inheritance-Super keyword-Multilevel inheritance- Method overriding- Dynamic method dispatch-Abstract class-Final with inheritance -Object class

Unit-4                                                                                                             6

Package- Interface-Exception handling-Threading- Command line argument-I/O Streams- Strings

                                                Total:                                                          30
Reference:
  1. Java: The Complete Reference, Herbert Schildt, TMH, 5thEdition, 2014
  2. Head First Java: Kathy Sierra, Bert Bates , O’REILLY, 2nd Edition, 2005

Core Java Volume I—Fundamentals: Cay S. Horstmann, Core Series, 9th Edition 2008

CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME – V

 OBJECTIVES:
  • To excel the talents of students to face their career challenges and built confidence.
  • To become familiar with the theoretical and practical framework of specific domain.
OUTCOMES:
  • Acquire technical knowledge
                                     TECHNICAL SKILLS                                                                   45(Hour)

Robotics

Domain Specific Courses

S.No Department Course Name
1 Civil Revit Architecture
StaadPro
2 CSE & IT Big Data
Android
PHP/ My SQL
3 EEE & ECE PLC & SCADA
Labview
Robotics
Matlab
4 Mech Pro-E(PTC-Creo)/CATIA
CFD

CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME – VI

OBJECTIVES:                                                                                                                                              L T  P  C
  • To excel the talents of students to face their career challenges and built confidence.
  • To enable the students to speak and write in English without making any mistakes
OUT COMES:
  • Students will examine the world of work, assess their interests and abilities, and make realistic career decisions.
  • Students can develop interview and presentation skills.
  • To fulfill the upcoming needs of the corporate world.
UNIT I    LINGUISTICS SKILLS                                                                                                       15

Parts of Speech- Noun, Verb, Participle, Articles, Pronoun, Preposition, Adverb, Conjunction. Sentences – Simple, Compound, Complex & Mixed sentences. Logical sequence of words, Higher level Reading Comprehension, Paragraph writing, Jumbled words, Sentence Rearrangement, Error Spotting, Idioms & Phrases, Word Substitution, Synonyms & Antonyms.

UNIT II      QUANTITATIVE & REASONING ABILITY                                                                 15

Number theory, Percentage, Profit loss and discount, Simple and compound interest, Problems on Average & Ages, Ratio &Proportions, Mixtures and allegation, Time speed and distance-Train problems-boats and streams, Time and work -Pipes and cisterns, Probability, Permutation and combination, Mensuration, Clocks, Calendars, Analytical reasoning– Linear and circular arrangement, Blood relation, Direction Problems Logical reasoning – Number and Alpha series, coding and decoding, syllogisms, cubes, Ranking & Ordering.

UNIT III   VERBAL & NON VERBAL REASONING                                                                    10

Analogy, Classification, Puzzles, , Inserting the missing character, Figure series, Data Sufficiency, Data Interpretation, Assertion & Reason, Statement – Arguments & assumptions, Cause & effect, Courses of Action.

UNIT IV        PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT & SOFT SKILLS                                              10
  • Body Language – Introduction, Grooming, Body Language – Body Language exhibited during professional interactions, Emotions displayed by Body Language, Postures and Gestures, Handshake, Eyes, Dressing  Etiquettes, Hygiene & Cleanliness, Time Management.
  • Interview Etiquettes – Meaning, Purpose, Personality traits and improvement, Interview process and types, checklist – do’s and don’ts, Dress code, Importance of Body language in interviews, Self Introduction.
  • Resume Building – Introduction, Difference between Resume and CV, Strategy of Resume Writing from Employees Perspective, Favorable first impression, Body of the resume, clarity and crispness, format and content
  • Group Discussion – Types, Key steps to succeed in Group Discussion, Responsibility of the first speaker, Guidelines – Do’s and Don’ts during Group Discussion, The technique of summing up.

 

UNIT V : Company Specific Training                                                                                10
TOTAL HOURS                                                                                                                                  60
TEXT BOOKS:
  1. Edgar Thorpe & Showick Thorpe, “Winning Interviews”, Pearson Publications.
  2. John Eastwood, “Oxford Practice Grammar”, Oxford.
  3. Rajesh “Verma, Fast Track Objective Arithmetic”, Arihant Publications.
  4. K.Panday, “Analytical Reasoning”, Magical Series.
  5. P.Bakshi, “Objective English” Arihant Publications.
REFERENCE BOOKS:
  1. V.Praveen, “Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning” PHI Publication.

R.S.Agarwal, “Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations”, S.Chand & Company Pvt Limited

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