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   Structure of course units in the Qualifying Course in Engineering
 
Course Code
Title
Credits
Prerequisites
Semester
  English I
3
-
1
  Mathematics I
3
-
1
  Engineering Drawing
3
-
1
  Materials Science
3
-
1
  Engineering Mechanics
3
-
1
 
  Engineering Measurements
3
-
1
  English II
3
-
2
  Mathematics II
3
-
2
  Computing
3
-
2
  Workshop Technology
3
-
2
  Electricity
3
-
2
  Elementary Thermodynamics
3
-
2
     
  Course Content...
   
  Structure of course units in the Final Course in Engineering
Course Code
Title
Credits
Prerequisites
Semester
   Mechanics of Machines 
3
-
3
   Machine Drawing
3
-
3
CE201
   Mechanics of Materials I
3
-
3
CE202 
   Fluid Mechanics I
3
-
3
EE280 
    Introduction to Electrical Engineering I
3
-
3
EM201
   Mathematics III
3
-
3
   Machine Design I
3
4
CE207
   Materials Science I
3
-
4
   Applied Thermodynamics I
3
-
4
   Tribology and Power Transmission    Elements
3
-
4
EM202
   Mathematics IV
3
-
4
EE281 
   Introduction to Electrical Engineering II
3
-
4
CE301
   Mechanics of Materials II 
3
CE201
5
CE309
   Materials Science II
3
CE207
5
   Vibrations
3
5
   Applied Thermodynamics II
3
5
   Control Systems
3
-
5
   Machine Design II
3
6
CE304 
   Fluid Mechanics II 
3
-
6
   Mechanical Engineering Project I
3
-
6
PR310
   Production Engineering for    Mechanical    Engineers
3
-
6
PR401
    Management Principles and     Industrial     Psychology
3
-
7
PR402
   Industrial Law, Economics and     Accounting
3
-
8
   Technical Electives 
12
-
5-8
   General Electives
15
-
3-8
   Total credits for B.Sc.Eng. degree
132
                                                       Those seeking Class Honours
   Mechanical Engineering Project II 
6
-
7&8
   Technical Electives (additional)
3
-
5-8
   General Electives(additional)
3
-
3-8
   Total credits for B.Sc.Eng.(Honours)    degree
144
-
  Course Content...
  CE, CP, EE, ME and PR refer to CUs offered by the Departments of Civil, Chemical & Process, Electrical & Electronic, Mechanical and Production Engineering. EM and EF refer to Engineering Mathematics and General Electives, respectively.
 
  There are three major specializations within the mechanical engineering steam as given below. Students are encouraged to follow in a particular major field of study.
   
  Selective basket of technical elective course units
 
- Group A  -
- Group B  -
- Group C  -
Materials and Machines
Control & Automation
Power and Energy
Technical Electives are offered for the Mechanical Engineering students from Semester 6 onwards.
Any five of the following technical electives to be done if seeking Honours 
or
any four if not seeking an Honours degree.
ME509 or EE535
EE534 
CE401
PR502 
CP305
 
         
 
           
**Technical Electives recomended for the Mechanical Engineering Students

**General Electives recomended for the Mechanical Engineering Students

   
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