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Duration :
Eligibility : 10th with Science & Mathematics
Intake : 25/40/60(As approved by AICTE/State Govt.)
Pattern of the Examination : Semester System
Assessment Type : The assessment will we carry out through credit point system/Learning Based Out comes
Theory & Practical Ratio : 50: 50
Industrial Training: Included after IInd Semester
Ecology & Environment : As pe Government Directions a subject named Environmental Science & Energy Management has been included.
Entrepreneurship Development: A subject on Entrepreneurship Development has been incorporated after IInd Semester.
General Proficiency : A provision of 6 periods per week has been made. It Included of various cocurricular activities like games, hobby clubs, seminars, declamation contests, extension lectures, NCC, NSS, cultural activities and discipline etc.


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1.1 Introduction of Metallurgy, mineral, ore, gangue or matrix, flux and slag,
Concentration methods of the ores. roasting, calcination, smellting and
refining as applied in relation to various metallurgical operations
1.2 Metallurgy of (i) Aluminum (ii) Iron
1.3 Definition of an alloy, purposes of alloying, composition and uses of alloys like
magnalium, duralumin, alnico, invar and stainless steel.
2.1 Introduction of ‘Fuel’, characteristics of a good fuel and classification of fuels
with suitable examples
2.2 Definition of Calorific value of a fuel and its determination for a solid fuel with
the help of Bomb calorimeter with simple numerical problems.
2.3 Manufacture, composition, properties and uses of (i) Water gas (ii) Oil gas (iii)
Biogas (iv) Compressed Natural gas (CNG) 2.4 Octane Number ,Cetane
Number and Power alcohol
2.4Nuclear Fuel-Fission and fusion.
3.1 Meaning of the term ‘corrosion’ and its definition
3.2 Theories of corrosion (i) direct chemical action theory and (ii) electro chemical
3.3 Prevention of corrosion by
(a) Alloying
(b) Providing metallic coatings
(c) Sacrificial cathodic protections
4.1 Definition of (i) lubricant (ii) lubrication
4.2 Classification of lubricants
4.3 Principles of lubrication
        (i) fluid film lubrication
        (ii) boundary lubrication
4.4 Properties of lubricants
4.5 Importance of additives in lubricants
4.6 Dewaxing and solvent refining of liquid lubricants
5.1 General introduction to cement, varites of cements raw materials of cements.
5.2 Manufacture of Cement (i) Wet Process (ii) Dry Process. Setting and Hardening
of cements.
5.3 Defination of Glass, Different varity of glass, raw material, Manufacture of
6.1 Classification of Organic Compounds, functional group, Homologus Series,
difference between organic and inorganic compound.
6.2 Physical and Chemical properties and industrial use of Organic Compound
6.3 IUPAC system of nomenclature of Carboxylic acid, Alcohols, Phenols,
Aldehydes, Ketones and Amines (first five members of each series only).
7.1 Introduction and Definition of Polymers.
7.2 Plastics-
7.2.1 Classification and constituent, Type of polymerization Thermoplastic
and Thermosetting polymer .
7.2.2 Preparation Properties and uses of polyethylene, Bakelite, Terylene,
PVC, Teflon, urea formaldehyde and Nylon.
7.3 Rubber -
7.3.1.Natural Rubber and vulcanization of rubber, Synthetic Rubber, Buna-N,
Buna-S, Butyl and Neoprene
1. Gravimetric analysis and study of apparatus used there in.
2. To determine the percentage composition of a mixture consisting of a volatile and a
non-volatile substances.
3. Estimate the amount of moisture in the given sample of coal. 
4. Esterification and
ceric ammonium tests of alcohol.
5. Sodium carbonate and Ester test of carboxylic acids
6. To determination the amount of copper in the given sample of copper sulphate with
the help of N/20 sodium thiosulphate solution.
7. Detection of metal iron in the rust (solution of rust in concentrated HCR may be
8. Demonstration to determine calorific value of a solid fuel with the help of Bomb

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