# Core2Learn

## Core Jobs Readiness Program

Campus Placements are the cherished gateway for any professional education journey. They are the touchstone of success for the Individual, and the Institution alike. Job selections are ‘20% credentials, and 80% knowledge’ however, most colleges are disinterested to prepare, refresh and activate core subject knowledge of their wards close to crucial selections. This results in poor selections, adverse reputation, poor new-intake, and consequent cycle of poorer outcomes.

All too frequently college job-aspirants feel that they have long forgotten the subject matter hastily crammed for semester exams, that they have been exposed to only the long-form tests and not MCQs, and that at this late stage can they themselves dedicate the time and discipline to a systematic, rigorous schedule to repair and refresh the subject fundamentals essential for Campus Placement success. In the despair they feel grossly inadequate, disillusioned, and somewhat cheated of the challenge, and then leave everything to fate.

On the other hand, Colleges lead themselves to believe that they have done their duty during graduation semesters, and since they cannot re-teach and test for MCQ formats, they therefore turn a blind eye, and desert students to their own devices.

No wonder 80%+ students are deemed sub-par despite having all that an organization is seeking. The result is a lose-lose for all – students, colleges and employers.

Therefore, arises the need is to polish the rough edges, just in time for the tests – A systematic approach through which college and aspirants can synergize to rapidly Revise, Refresh and Re-Learn core fundamentals, using level-appropriate Active learning content, assessment and pedagogy, and to get better at successfully demonstrating their true knowledge and ability to potential recruiters.

Core2Learn is designed to be that intense transformative experience to re-do core engineering once-over again, with optimal time-effort-cost investment from all concerned stakeholders.

## Rebuilding Core Competency

**Core2Learn (C2L)** is a 6-subject, 8 week intensive academic program for students of Mechanical, Civil, Electrical, Electronics, and Computers branches at B.Tech, Diploma and Applied Sciences level who are looking for that one last chance to rapidly learn, relearn, prepare, and repair key core concepts and interview questions in a short period, and to get really-ready for Job Interviews, as well as the life beyond.

C2L can be implemented in Self-Study (Online) or faculty-led Guided (could be Online or Offline) mode.

In** Self-Study** **mode**, students study the lessons, take self-assessment, use Course Doubt Forum and StudentQuiz to work on their doubts, and collaborate with others for further enrichment.

In **Guided-Study mode**, Review Sessions are scheduled in round-robin sequence, each weekday for 8 weeks, and where the Faculty follows the portions laid out for each session, reviews student performance, clarifies doubts, rapid-fires most-expected questions to attendees, and exchanges latest industry developments to prepare students.

**Students of core-branches, additionally seeking opportunities in CS-domain, may look at two programs sequentially – their core-subject program, as well as the CS-subject program – to build sufficient competency for all available opportunities.**

C2L Student Programs for B.Tech, Diploma and Applied Sciences are offered in Self-Study mode.

Colleges can implement C2L Campus Programs in Self Study, or faculty-led Guided Study mode.

Please reach out to us with your interest accordingly.

## Key Features

Core2Learn will forearm students to ace most placement challenges

#### Aligned to Placement Tests

C2L modules and tests are based on a careful analysis of several placement tests and interviews and feature previously-asked placement test questions.

#### Hinglish Delivery

With instructions, notes, and assessments in English, and teacher explanations in a mix of Hindi and English, the course delivery balances the need for lucid explanation with sufficient exposure to technical terminology.

#### Enriched Pedagogy

Colleges can implement Guided Mode in a Three-Step process for best results: **Prepare, Practice, Perform**. Students prepare themselves with Pre-Learn, Teachers make them practice past interview questions in Review Sessions, and lastly a series of Mock Interviews held between students can give them the vital conditioning to present and perform better.

#### Active Learning Pedagogy

Instead of passively receiving lessons, learners actively engage with content through Essential Learning Level activities including Interactive videos, Knowledge Check Questions, Summary Quiz Questions, KBL 1 games, Student Quiz, and Course Master. User actions define their learning progression and performance across all subjects.

#### Power of Active Quiz

In the Guided Mode, Teachers can use Active Quiz tool to hold real time polls, and question analytics to uncover doubts and misconceptions. Re-Polling a similar question will effectively uncover student’s actual understanding.

#### Doubt Support

Course Doubt Forum is available in all courses. Queries will be filtered for relevance, and can be responded by students and SMEs.

#### Course Feedback

Students can give any number of anonymous but constructive feedback on technical, academic or any other problem faced in the course.

#### Virtual Programming Lab

VPL activities provide a self-learning Interactive Development Environment, as well as a tool for formative assessment in CS subjects

#### Suitable for multiple domains

Today, M.Tech, B.Tech, Diploma and Applied Science aspirants vie for the same opportunities at the same time. The level of tests, and questions is also same/similar. Core2Learn can be a wonderful leveler for students who may be disadvantaged academically for whatever reason. They can now catch up and upgrade their knowledge that wee bit, to coast past placement tests and secure their cherished opportunity.

#### Multiple Implementation Options

Core2Learn can be implemented in a Self-Learn, or Faculty-Guided mode. The Guided mode features weekly Review Sessions per subject, for doubt clearing, and Interview Practice, whereas in the Self-Learn mode students have to follow the weekly Preparation schedule all by themselves.

#### Achievement-based Course Flow Control

Learning progression (Lessons and Assessments) follows a logical, controlled flow within a Topic or Section where successive modules are accessed only upon completion of preceding modules and where completion means achieving a grade.

#### Course Mastery

The Course Mastery Block is a gamification block which awards points for each completed activity, which reflect in the LeaderBoard. in addition, the Dashboard CM scores aggregate scores for all enrolled courses.

#### Kaun Banega Lakhpati

The KBL game requires students to answer questions from the entire syllabus and move up the padestals to the Top score.

#### Certificate of Performance

A verifiable, live certificate displays the ongoing completion and subject competency for each course.

#### StudentQuiz

Students can create customised quiz for themselves by selecting Topics or Section tags and test their performance. Students can create challengng questions for the community, rate and answer community-created questions. An excellent quest for the inquistive!

#### Core2Learn Courses

### Computer Science and Engineering

- Fundamentals of Computer and Programming in C
- Data Structures
- Database Management System
- Operating System
- Python Programming

#### Overall Course composition; 7 Sessions, 42 Topics, 32 Hours, and 644 MCQs

## Review Session 1: 6 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 88 MCQ

Concept of Algorithm, concept of Flowchart, Concept of Pseudocode, Computer Programming Languages, Generations of Programming Languages, Programming Paradigms

## Review Session 2: 9 Topics, 6 VPT hours, 132 MCQ

Write and execute first C Program, C Tokens and Data Types I, C Tokens and Data Types II, Identifiers and Data Type Casting, Unary Operators, Binary Operators I, Binary Operators II, Ternary Operator, Precedence, and Associativity, Storage Classes

## Review Session 3: 8 Topics, 6 VPT hours, 120 MCQ

if-else Statement, switch Statement, for Loop, while and do-while Loops, Jumping Control Statements, Introduction to Functions, Parameter Passing Techniques, Recursive Functions

## Review Session 4: 5 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 102 MCQ

Introduction to one-dimensional Array, One-dimensional Array operations, Linear Search and Binary Search, Introduction to Two-dimensional Array, Two-dimensional Array operations

## Review Session 5: 5 Topics, 3 VPT hours, 75 MCQ

Introduction to Structures, Concept of Nested Structures, Arrays of structures and Structures to Functions, Introduction to Union, Enumerated Data type and use of typedef

## Review Session 6: 5 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 71 MCQ

Arrays and Strings, String Manipulations, Pointers and Pointers Arithmetic, Pointers and Arrays, Dynamic Memory Allocation

## Review Session 7: 4 Topics, 3 VPT hours, 56 MCQ

File Handling and Input/Output Functions, File I/O Operations and Error Handling, Standard C Pre-processors, Passing values to the Compiler

Fundamentals of Computer and Programming in C |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
6 |
5 |
88 |

2 |
9 |
6 |
132 |

3 |
8 |
6 |
120 |

4 |
5 |
5 |
102 |

5 |
5 |
3 |
75 |

6 |
5 |
4 |
71 |

7 |
4 |
3 |
56 |

Totals: |
42 |
32 |
644 |

#### Overall Course composition; 8 Sessions, 63 Topics, 55 Hours, and 951 MCQs

## Review Session 1: 11 Topics, 8 VPT hours, 151 MCQ

Data Structures and Operations, Algorithm and Complexity, Asymptotic Notations, Introduction to One-dimensional Array, Reading/Writing of 1D Array, One-dimensional Array Operations, Introduction to Two-dimensional Array, Address Calculation of 2D Array elements, Two-dimensional Array operations, Sparse Matrices and Operations, Three-dimensional and n-D Array: Representation and Index Formula

## Review Session 2: 7 Topics, 9 VPT hours, 101 MCQ

Introduction to Linked Lists, Singly Linked List and Singly Circular Linked List, Singly and Singly Circular Linked List Operations, Doubly Linked List and Doubly Circular Linked List, Doubly Linked List Operations, Generalised Linked List and Header Linked List, Linked List representation of Polynomials and their Addition

## Review Session 3: 10 Topics, 9 VPT hours, 150 MCQ

Stack and its operations, Stack Implementation, Type of Expressions: Infix, Prefix and Postfix, Recursion, Examples of Recursion, Concept of Multiple Stacks, Queues and its Operations, Queue Implementation, Circular Queue, Deque and Priority Queue

## Review Session 4: 6 Topics, 8 VPT hours, 114 MCQ

Basic Tree Terminologies and representation in the Memory, Binary Tree creation and its Types, Binary Tree Traversals, Threaded Binary Trees and General Trees, Binary Search Trees, AVL Search Trees

## Review Session 5: 4 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 71 MCQ

Heap and its Operations, Huffman Algorithm, m-way Search Tree: B-Tree, m-way Search Tree: B+ Tree and B* Tree

## Review Session 6: 7 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 106 MCQ

Introduction to Graph and its types, Representation of Graph in the Memory, Graph Traversals (BFS and DFS) and Applications, Minimum Spanning Tree: Kruskal’s Algorithm, Minimum Spanning Tree: Prim’s Algorithm, Shortest Path Algorithm: Warshall’s, Shortest Path Algorithm: Dijkstra’s

## Review Session 7: 11 Topics, 7 VPT hours, 159 MCQ

Linear Search, Binary Search, Interpolation Search, Introduction to Sorting, Bubble Sort, Selection Sort, Insertion Sort, Quick sort, Merge sort, Bucket sort, Shell sort

## Review Session 8: 7 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 99 MCQ

Files and File Access Methods, List representation of Sets and its Applications, Hashing and its types, Collision Resolution Techniques, Garbage collection and compaction, Radix Sort, Counting Sort

Data Structures |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
11 |
8 |
151 |

2 |
7 |
9 |
101 |

3 |
10 |
9 |
150 |

4 |
6 |
8 |
114 |

5 |
4 |
4 |
71 |

6 |
7 |
5 |
106 |

7 |
11 |
7 |
159 |

8 |
7 |
5 |
99 |

Totals: |
63 |
55 |
951 |

#### Overall Course composition; 8 Sessions, 48 Topics, 43 Hours, and 676 MCQs

#### Review Session 1: 6 Topics, 6 VPT hours, 96 MCQ

Database and File System, Database Management System, Database Schemas, Models, and Instances, Database Three Level Architecture and Independence, Database Language and users, DBMS Architecture

## Review Session 2: 6 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 78 MCQ

E-R Diagram Basics, Relationship and various constraints, Types of Relationship and Entities, E-R Design Issues, Extended E-R Model, E-R Diagram to Relational model

## Review Session 3: 6 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 88 MCQ

Relational Database and Integrity Constraints, Relational Algebra, Relational Algebra Operations, Extended Relational Algebra Operations, Relational Calculus, Types of Relational Calculus

## Review Session 4: 5 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 77 MCQ

Introduction to SQL, SQL Operations, SQL Joins, SQL Sub-queries, Views and Modifications of the Database

## Review Session 5: 7 Topics, 6 VPT hours, 104 MCQ

Introduction to Functional Dependency, Rules of Inference and Attribute Closure, Minimal Cover and Candidate Key, Normal Fomrs: 1NF and 2NF, Normal Fomrs: 3NF and BCNF, Properties of Normalization, Higher Normal Forms

## Review Session 6: 5 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 74 MCQ

Query Processing, Optimization of Relational Algebra Operations, Basics of Transaction and Concurrency Control, ACID Properties and Schedules, Schedules: Serializability and Recovery

## Review Session 7: 5 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 77 MCQ

Concurrency Control Protocols: LB and 2PL, Concurrency Control Protocols: Time Stamp, Multiple Granularity and Multi-version Schemes, Deadlock Handling and Recovery, Recovery Methods

## Review Session 8: 8 Topics, 6 VPT hours, 105 MCQ

Introduction to File organization, Index File Structure, Single Level Index, Multilevel Index and B-Tree, Concept of B+ Tree, Introducion to Security Threats, Access Control Mechanism, Database Protection

Database Management System |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
6 |
6 |
96 |

2 |
6 |
5 |
78 |

3 |
6 |
5 |
88 |

4 |
5 |
5 |
77 |

5 |
7 |
6 |
104 |

6 |
5 |
5 |
74 |

7 |
5 |
5 |
77 |

8 |
8 |
6 |
105 |

Totals: |
48 |
43 |
699 |

#### Overall Course composition; 8 Sessions, 45 Topics, 41 Hours, and 680 MCQs

#### Review Session 1: 8 Topics, 6 VPT hours, 134 MCQ

Basics of Operating System, Types of Operating Systems-I, Types of Operating Systems-II, Spooling and Buffering, Basic Hardware Support for Modern OS, User-view and Machine-view of OS, System Programs and System Calls, System Structure and Operating System Design Issues

## Review Session 2: 6 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 81 MCQ

Process and Process Control Block, Process Communication, Process Synchronization, Semaphore and Monitor, The producer-consumer problem, Hardware solution to critical section problem

## Review Session 3: 8 Topics, 6 VPT hours, 101 MCQ

Classical Synchronization Problems, CPU Scheduling concept, Scheduling Algorithm: FCFS andSJF, Scheduling Algorithm: RR and PRIORITY, Scheduling Algorithm: MLQ and MLFQ, Process Generation and Process Transition Diagram, Schedulers and Process Control Block, Threads and their management

## Review Session 4: 4 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 56 MCQ

Deadlock System, Model and its Characteristics, Dealing with Deadlock and Deadlock Prevention, Deadlock Avoidance and Banker’s Algorithm, Deadlock Detection and Recovery

## Review Session 5: 6 Topics, 8 VPT hours, 96 MCQ

Introduction to Memory Management, Memory Management and Allocation Techniques, Paging, Issues in Paging, Multilevel Paging, Segmentation

## Review Session 6: 3 Topics, 3 VPT hours, 47 MCQ

Virtual Memory, Page Replacement Algorithms, Frame Allocation and Thrashing

## Review Session 7: 5 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 79 MCQ

I/O Devices and I/O Subsystems, Interrupt Handler, Disk Scheduling: FCFS and SSTF, Disk Scheduling: SCAN and C-SCAN, LOOK and C-LOOK, Disk Management

## Review Session 8: 5 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 86 MCQ

File Organization and Access Mechanism, File Directories and File Sharing, File Allocation Methods and File System Architecture, System Protection, Security Threats

Operating System |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
8 |
6 |
134 |

2 |
6 |
4 |
81 |

3 |
8 |
6 |
101 |

4 |
4 |
4 |
56 |

5 |
6 |
8 |
96 |

6 |
3 |
3 |
47 |

7 |
5 |
5 |
79 |

8 |
5 |
5 |
86 |

Totals: |
45 |
41 |
680 |

#### Coming Shortly

### Electronic Science and Engineering

- Analog and Digital Communication Systems
- Control Systems
- Digital Electronics
- Electronic Devices and Circuits
- Network Analysis and Synthesis
- Signals and Systems

#### Overall Course composition; 8 Sessions, 91 Topics, 65 Hours, and 1258 MCQs

## Review Session 1: 9 Topics, 8 VPT hours, 120 MCQ

Communication System and Types of Electronic Communications, Basics of Fourier Transform and Need for Modulation and Demodulation, Concept of Bandwidth and Communication Channels, Types of Modulation, Introduction to Amplitude Modulation, Single-Tone Amplitude Modulation, Multi-Tone Modulation, Generation of AM-Wave, Demodulation of AM-Waves

## Review Session 2: 9 Topics, 6 VPT hours, 123 MCQ

Double Sideband Supressed Carrier System, Single-Tone and Multi-Tone DSB-SC Signal, Generation and Demodulation of DSB-SC Signal, Application and Advantage of DSB-SC, Single Sideband Supressed Carrier System, Generation and Demodulation of SSB-SC Signal, Advantages, Limitations and Applications of SSB-SC Signal, Vestigial Sideband Systems , Frequency division multiplexing and Comparison of various AM systems

## Review Session 3: 11 Topics, 7 VPT hours, 138 MCQ

Concept of Angle Modulation, Narrowband Frequency Modulation, Wideband Frequency Modulation, Generation of FM Signals, Demodulation of FM signals using Balanced slope detector, Demodulation of FM signals using Phase Locked Loop Detector, Demodulation of FM Signals by other methods, Phase Modulation, Generation of FM using PM and vice-versa, Phasor Representation AM and FM Waves, Comparison of AM, FM and PM

## Review Session 4: 13 Topics, 10 VPT hours, 188 MCQ

AM Transmitters, Classification and Characteristics of AM Receivers, Tuned Radio Frequency (TRF), Superheterodyne Receiver, FM Transmitter and Receiver, AM and FM Receivers, Introduction to Noise, Sources and Types of Noise, Noise Analysis, Noise Measurement, FOM of DSB-SC , FOM of SSB-SC , FOM of AM, FOM of FM

## Review Session 5: 10 Topics, 9 VPT hours, 139 MCQ

Introduction to Digital Communication, Block Diagram of Pulse Code Modulation, Sampling, Quantization and Encoder, Regenerative Repeaters and PCM Receiver, Companding and Scrambling in PCM, PCM-TDM System, Differential Pulse Code Modulation, Delta Modulation and Adaptive Delta Modulation, Analog Pulse Modulation Methods

## Review Session 6: 13 Topics, 7 VPT hours, 184 MCQ

Introduction to Digital Modulation Techniques, Amplitude Shift Keying (ASK), Frequency Shift Keying (FSK), Phase Shift keying (PSK), Quadrature Phase Shift Keying (QPSK), Differential Phase Shift Keying (DPSK), Other M-Aray Techniques, Continuous Phase Modulation, Minimum Shift Keying, Gaussian MSK, Introduction to Spread Spectrum Communication, Intersymbol Interference, Basics of Code Division Multiple Access

## Review Session 7: 12 Topics, 10 VPT hours, 186 MCQ

Introduction to Information Theory, Discrete Memoryless Channels and Types of Channels, Types of Entropy, Mutual Information, Channel Capacity and Coding, Source Coding, Introduction to Error Correction Codes, Linear Block Codes, Cyclic Codes, Convolution Codes, Burst Error and Turbo Codes, Special Codes

## Review Session 8: 14 Topics, 8 VPT hours, 192 MCQ

Concept of Probability, Introduction to Random Variables, Probability Mass Function and Probability Density Function, Statistical Averages, Special Distributions, Central Limit Theorem and Differential Entropy, Two Dimensional Random Variables, Matched Filter, Generalized formula for Probability of Error, Probability of Error calculations, Introduction to Random Process, Distributions and Classification of Random Processes, Correlation and Power Spectral Densities, Transmission of Random Process through Linear System

Analog and Digital Communication Systems |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
9 |
8 |
120 |

2 |
9 |
6 |
123 |

3 |
11 |
7 |
138 |

4 |
13 |
10 |
188 |

5 |
10 |
9 |
139 |

6 |
13 |
7 |
184 |

7 |
12 |
10 |
186 |

8 |
14 |
8 |
192 |

Totals: |
91 |
65 |
1270 |

#### Overall Course composition; 8 Sessions, 36 Topics, 38 Hours, and 560 MCQs

## Review Session 1: 2 Topics, 2 VPT hours, 43 MCQ

Components and Classification of Control System, Feedback Control System

## Review Session 2: 5 Topics, 7 VPT hours, 92 MCQ

Transfer Function of Linear Systems, Modelling of Physical Systems , Equations of Mechanical Systems and Analogous System, Block Diagram Representation, Signal Flow Graph

## Review Session 3: 6 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 70 MCQ

Time response of Continuous Data Control System, Standard Test Signal, First Order Control System , Second Order Control System , Steady-State Error Analysis-I , Steady-State Error Analysis-II

## Review Session 4: 4 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 67 MCQ

Concept of Stability and Types of Stability , Methods of Stability and Routh Hurwitz Criterion, Introduction to Root-Locus Method , Design Aspects of Root-Locus

## Review Session 5: 3 Topics, 6 VPT hours, 55 MCQ

Frequency domain and its specifications, Bode Plots and Frequency domain specifications from Bode Plots , Stability with Bode Plot, Gain and Phase Margin

## Review Session 6: 5 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 71 MCQ

Polar Plots , Gain and Phase Margin with Polar Plots , Nyquist Criterion, Nichols Chart, Minimum Phase, Non-minimum Phase and All Pass System

## Review Session 7: 6 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 79 MCQ

Concept of State, State Variables and State Model, Transfer Function Decomposition, Eigen-values, Diagonalization and Similarity Transform of a Matrix , Solution of State Equations, Controllability of a Control System, Observability of a Control System

## Review Session 8: 5 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 83 MCQ

Compensation and Types of Compensation, Op-Amp based design of Compensators, Proportional, Derivative and Integral Controllers, PD and PI Controllers, PID controller and Tuning of Controllers

Control Systems |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
2 |
2 |
43 |

2 |
5 |
7 |
92 |

3 |
6 |
5 |
70 |

4 |
4 |
5 |
67 |

5 |
3 |
6 |
55 |

6 |
5 |
4 |
71 |

7 |
6 |
5 |
79 |

8 |
5 |
4 |
83 |

Totals: | 36 | 38 | 560 |

#### Overall Course composition; 8 Sessions, 54 Topics, 42 Hours, and 872 MCQs

## Review Session 1: 5 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 98 MCQ

Introduction to Digital Electronics and Number System, Number System Representation and Binary Arithmetic, Number System Conversion, Binary Codes and Conversions, Error Detecting and Correcting Codes

## Review Session 2: 8 Topics, 6 VPT hours, 124 MCQ

Basic Logic Gates, Universal Logic Gates, Boolean Algebra and Laws of Boolean Algerbra, Sum of Product (SOP) and Product of Sum (POS) Forms, K-Map of Two, Three and Four Variables, Implicants and Prime Implicants, K-Map of Five and Six Variables , Quine-Mcclusky Q-Map

## Review Session 3: 7 Topics, 6 VPT hours, 122 MCQ

Basic Adders and Subtractors, Binary Serial and Parallel(Ripple Carry Adder) Adder, Look-Ahead-Carry Adder and BCD Adder, Multipliers, Comparaters and Parity Bit Generator/Checker, Multiplexers, Demultiplexers, Encoders and Decoders

## Review Session 4: 8 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 114 MCQ

Sequential Logic Circuits and Latches, S-R and J-K Flip-Flops, D and T Flip Flops, Master-Slave Flip-Flops, Conversion of Flip-flops, Introduction to Shift Registers, Universal, Dynamic and Buffer Register, Applications of Shift Registers

## Review Session 5: 9 Topics, 6 VPT hours, 144 MCQ

Introduction to Counters and Asynchronous Counters, Design of Asynchronous Counters, Ring, Johnson and BCD Counter, 3-bit Synchronous Up-Counter and 3-bit Synchronous Down-Counter, Synchronous MOD Counters, Mealy Machine and Moore Machine, Minimization of Sequential Machines, Hazards, Faults

## Review Session 6: 8 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 123 MCQ

Digital-to-Analog Converters, Analog-to-Digital Converters, Introduction to Memory, RAM and ROM, Memory Decoding and Addressing, PAL and PLA, CPLD and FPLD, GAL and FPGA

## Review Session 7: 5 Topics, 7 VPT hours, 87 MCQ

Logic Family and Integrated Circuits, Logic Family Specifications, RTL and DTL, IIL and ECL , TTL

## Review Session 8: 4 Topics, 3 VPT hours, 60 MCQ

NMOS and PMOS, CMOS, Logic Family Interfacing, Digital IC’s

Digital Electronics |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
5 |
5 |
98 |

2 |
8 |
6 |
124 |

3 |
7 |
6 |
122 |

4 |
8 |
4 |
114 |

5 |
9 |
6 |
144 |

6 |
8 |
5 |
123 |

7 |
5 |
7 |
87 |

8 |
4 |
3 |
60 |

Totals: |
54 |
42 |
872 |

#### Overall Course composition; 8 Sessions, 83 Topics, 66 Hours, and 1119 MCQs

## Review Session 1: 4 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 68 MCQ

Introduction and Semiconductor Basics, Classification of Semiconductors, Conductivity of Semiconductors, Hall-Effect

## Review Session 2: 7 Topics, 9 VPT hours, 111 MCQ

Fermi level and Fermi-Dirac Distribution Function, Carrier concentration in Semiconductor, Fermi Level in Semiconductors, Excess Carrier in Semiconductors, Carrier Transport in Semiconductor, Continuity Equation, P-N Junction Under Equilibrium

## Review Session 3: 5 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 79 MCQ

P-N Junction Diode Biasing and its Characteristics, Current Flow Mechanism in P-N Junction Diode, Effect of Temperature on P-N Junction Diode, Diode C-V Characteristics, Static and Dynamic Resistances, Diode Models

## Review Session 4: 12 Topics, 10 VPT hours, 166 MCQ

Half-Wave Rectifier, Full-Wave Rectifiers, Capacitor Filter, Inductor Filter, LC Filter and CLC or π-Filter, Series and Shunt Clipper Circuits, Biased Clipper Circuits, Combinational Clipper Circuit, Positive and Negative Clamper Circuits, Biased Clamper Circuits, Voltage Doubler Circuits, Voltage Tripler and Quadrupler Circuits

## Review Session 5: 15 Topics, 8 VPT hours, 199 MCQ

Breakdown Mechanism in P-N Junction Diode-I, Breakdown Mechanism in P-N Junction Diode-II, Applications of Zener Diode, Zener Diode as a Voltage Regulator-I, Zener Diode as a Voltage Regulator-II, Varactor Diode, Tunnel Diode, Schottky Diode, Gunn Diode, PIN Diode, Light Emitting Diode(LED), Photo Diode, Solar Cell, Optocoupler, Uni-Junction Transistor(UJT)

## Review Session 6: 9 Topics, 8 VPT hours, 133 MCQ

Concept of Bipolar Junction Transistors, Common-Base Transistor, Common-Emitter Transistor, Common-Collector Transistor, DC Biasing of BJT, Fixed-Bias and Emitter-Bias Configuration, Voltage-Divider/Self-Bias Configuration, Collector-to-Base Bias configuration, Bias Compesation Techniques

## Review Session 7: 17 Topics, 12 VPT hours, 197 MCQ

AC Load Line in BJT, BJT as an Amplifier, Low Signals Models of BJT, Low Frequency Analysis using re-Models of BJT, High Frequency Model of BJT, Frequency Response of BJT, Concept of Field Effect Transistor (FET), Construction of Junction Field Effect Transistor (JFET), Working of Junction Field Effect Transistor (JFET), Characteristics of Junction Field Effect Transistor (JFET), JFET Parameters, Fixed-Bias Configuration of JFET, Self-Bias Configuration of JFET, Voltage-Divider Bias Configuration of JFET, JFET as an Amplifier, Small Signal Model of JFET, AC Analysis of JFET Amplifiers

## Review Session 8: 14 Topics, 11 VPT hours, 166 MCQ

Concept of Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor (MOSFET), Construction of Depletion Type Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor (MOSFET), Working of Depletion Type Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor (MOSFET), Characteristics of Depletion Type Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor (MOSFET), Construction of Enhancement Type MOSFET, Working of Enhancement Type MOSFET, Characteristics of Enhancement Type MOSFET, MOSFET as an Amplifier and a Switch, Biasing of a MOSFET, Small Signal Operation and Models of MOSFET, High Frequency Model and High Frequency Response of MOSFET, Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor (CMOS), Power Devices, MOSFET Parameters

Electronic Devices and Circuits |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
4 |
4 |
68 |

2 |
7 |
9 |
111 |

3 |
5 |
4 |
79 |

4 |
12 |
10 |
166 |

5 |
15 |
8 |
199 |

6 |
9 |
8 |
133 |

7 |
17 |
12 |
197 |

8 |
14 |
11 |
166 |

Totals: |
83 |
66 |
1119 |

#### Overall Course composition; 8 Sessions, 61 Topics, 44 Hours, and 867 MCQs

## Review Session 1: 10 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 128 MCQ

Thevenin’s Theorem, Norton’s Theorem, Superposition Theorem, Maximum Power Transfer Theorem, Reciprocity Theorem, Millman’s Theorem, Tellegen’s Theorem, Compensation Theorem, Substitution Theorem, Network theorems in AC circuits

## Review Session 2: 7 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 105 MCQ

Resonance in Series RLC Circuits, Bandwidth, Q-Factor and Selectivity of Series Resonating Circuits, Parallel RLC Circuits, Bandwidth, Q-Factor and Selectivity of Parallel Resonating Circuit, Magnetically Coupled Circuits, Dot Convention and Equivalent Circuits, Tuned Coupled Circuits

## Review Session 3: 9 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 135 MCQ

Graph Theory Fundamentals and Graph of a Network, Elements of Graph Theory, Incidence Matrix and Reduced incidence Matrix, Twig Matrix and Link matrix, Tie-Set Matrix and Cut-Set Matrix, Interrelation among various Matrices, Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law and Kirchhoff’s Current Law, Network Equilibrium Equations – KVL, KCL, Impedance and Admittance Matrix, Dual of Networks and Principal of Duality

## Review Session 4: 4 Topics, 3 VPT hours, 62 MCQ

Introduction to Transient Analysis, DC and AC Transient in R-L Circuits, DC and AC Transient in R-C Circuits, DC and AC Transient in R-L-C Circuits

## Review Session 5: 5 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 64 MCQ

Laplace Transform Properties and Theorems, Laplace Transform of Signals, Partial Fraction Expansion Method and Heaviside Expansion Theorem, Application of Laplace Transformation Technique in Circuit Analysis, Transient Response of an Electrical Network using Impulse, Step and Ramp Signal

## Review Session 6: 7 Topics, 7 VPT hours, 116 MCQ

Introduction to Two Port Network and Z Parameters, Y Parameters, Transmission (ABCD) and Inverse Transmission (A’B’C’D’) Parameters, Hybrid (h) Parameters and Inverse Hybrid (g) Parameters, Inter-relationship of Two Port Networks, Inter-connection of Two Port Networks, Input, Output and Image Impedances in terms of Two-Port Parameters

## Review Session 7: 11 Topics, 8 VPT hours, 151 MCQ

Network Functions, Concept of Poles and Zeros, Time-Domain behaviour from the pole-zero plot, Fourier Series Analysis, Waveform Symmetries, Routh-Hurwitz Stability Criterion, Frequency Response – Bode Plot, Network Synthesis and Hurwitz polynomial, Positive Real Functions, Synthesis of LC, RC, RL Networks in Foster’s I and II form, Synthesis of LC, RC ,RL Networks in Cauer’s I and II form

## Review Session 8: 8 Topics, 8 VPT hours, 106 MCQ

Introduction to Filters and its Classification, Characteristics of Filters, Constant K-Prototype Filters, m-Derived Filters, Impedance Matching and Composite Filters, Crystal or Piezo-electric Filter and Equalizers, Introduction to Active Filters and its Types, Butterworth, Chebychev and Cauer Filters

Network Analysis and Synthesis |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
10 |
5 |
128 |

2 |
7 |
4 |
105 |

3 |
9 |
5 |
135 |

4 |
4 |
3 |
62 |

5 |
5 |
4 |
64 |

6 |
7 |
7 |
116 |

7 |
11 |
8 |
151 |

8 |
8 |
8 |
106 |

Totals: |
61 |
44 |
867 |

#### Overall Course composition; 8 Sessions, 41 Topics, 36 Hours, and 637 MCQs

## Review Session 1: 8 Topics, 9 VPT hours, 143 MCQ

Introduction to Signals, Types of Continuous Time Signals, Operations on Continuous Time Signals, Discrete Time Signals and Types of Discrete Time Signals, Operations on Discrete Time Signals, Even and Odd signals, Energy and Power Signals, Periodic and Aperiodic Signals

## Review Session 2: 6 Topics, 2 VPT hours, 74 MCQ

Basic Types of Signals, Basic Types of Signals, Introduction to System, Classification of Systems, Classification of Systems, Application of Signal and System

## Review Session 3: 6 Topics, 3 VPT hours, 86 MCQ

Introduction to LTI System, Discrete Time LTI System , Continuous Time LTI System, Continuous Time LTI System, Eigen function and Interconnection of LTI Systems, Types of LTI Systems

## Review Session 4: 3 Topics, 3 VPT hours, 50 MCQ

Fourier Series Properties and Types, Fourier Series Coefficients and Representation, Fourier Series Analysis and Dirichlet’s Conditions

## Review Session 5: 4 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 69 MCQ

Fourier Transform Existance and Representation, Continuous Time Fourier Transform(CTFT) and Properties of CTFT, Hilbert Transform and Its Properties, Correlation and Spectral Density

## Review Session 6: 2 Topics, 3 VPT hours, 36 MCQ

Introduction to Laplace Transform, Properties of Laplace Transform and Inverse Laplace Transform

## Review Session 7: 8 Topics, 6 VPT hours, 108 MCQ

Application of Laplace Transform to LTI System, Unilateral Laplace Transform and Theorems, Introduction to Z – Transform, Z-Transform of Common Signals and Properties , Inverse Z Transforms using Power Series expansion and Partial fraction expansion, Inverse Z-Transform Using Contour Integration and Residue Theorem, Unilateral Z-Transform and Theorems, Application of Z-Transform

## Review Session 8: 4 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 71 MCQ

Properties of DTFT and DTFT of Common Signals, Inverse DTFT and Hilbert Tranform, Introduction to DFT and its Properties, Multiplication of 2 DFT’s and Circular Convolution

Signals and Systems |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
8 |
9 |
143 |

2 |
6 |
2 |
74 |

3 |
6 |
3 |
86 |

4 |
3 |
3 |
50 |

5 |
4 |
5 |
69 |

6 |
2 |
3 |
36 |

7 |
8 |
6 |
108 |

8 |
4 |
5 |
71 |

Totals: |
41 |
36 |
637 |

### Electrical Engineering

- Analog Circuits
- Control Systems
- Electronic Devices and Circuits
- Electrical Machines
- Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments
- Network Analysis and Synthesis

#### Overall Course composition; 8 Sessions, 68 Topics, 38 Hours, and 915 MCQs

## Review Session 1: 12 Topics, 7 VPT hours, 167 MCQ

Feedback Amplifier and its Types, Negative Feedback Amplifier, Effect of Negative Feedback on the parameters of an amplifier, Current and Voltage Amplifier, Series-series Feedback Amplifier, Series-shunt Feedback Amplifier, Shunt-series Feedback Amplifier, Shunt-shunt Feedback Amplifier, Concept of Oscillator, LC Oscillator, RC Oscillators, Special Oscillators

## Review Session 2: 7 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 95 MCQ

BJT Amplifier, Hybrid Model of BJT, RC coupled Common-emitter BJT Amplifier, Common-Emitter Amplifier with Bypass Capacitor, Common-Base Amplifier, Common-Collector Amplifier, Common-Emitter Amplifier without Bypass Capacitor

## Review Session 3: 4 Topics, 3 VPT hours, 66 MCQ

Miller Theorem, π and T-Model of BJT Amplifier , Low Frequency Analysis of BJT Amplifier, High Frequency Analysis of BJT Amplifier

## Review Session 4: 12 Topics, 7 VPT hours, 168 MCQ

Structure of Op-Amp, Ideal Op-Amp, Important terms related to Op-Amp, Frequency Response and Transfer Characteristics of Op-Amp, Open-Loop Operational Amplifier, Schmitt Trigger, Astable Multivibrator, Monostable Multi-vibrator Circuit, Inverting and Non-Inverting Amplifiers , Difference and Summing Amplifiers, Differentiator and Integrator, Log and Anti-log Amplifiers

## Review Session 5: 11 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 137 MCQ

Instrumentation Amplifier , Precision Diode, Effect of Input-bias Current, Non-ideal Non-inverting Op-Amp, Non-ideal Inverting Op-Amp, Converters using Op-Amp, General Considerations of Differential Amplifiers , Common-Mode Rejection, Current Mirror Circuit, Controllers using Op-Amp, Sample and Hold Circuit

## Review Session 6: 5 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 69 MCQ

Introduction to Power Amplifiers , Class A Power Amplifiers, Class B Power Amplifiers, Class AB and C Power Amplifiers , Class D and E Power Amplifiers

## Review Session 7: 7 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 95 MCQ

Introduction to 555 Timer IC, Monostable Multivibrator using 555 Timer IC, Astable Multivibrator using 555 Timer IC, Square Wave response of LPF , Square Wave response of HPF , Multistage Amplifiers – I , Multistage Amplifiers – II

## Review Session 8: 10 Topics, 3 VPT hours, 118 MCQ

Introduction to Tuned Amplifiers, Concept of Series Resonance , Concept of Parallel Resonance, Single Tuned Amplifiers, Double Tuned Amplifiers, Stagger Tuned Amplifiers, Voltage Regulators and Its Types, Voltage Regulators ICs, Switch Mode Power supply (SMPS), Phase Locked Loop (PLL)

#### Session Plan Summary

Analog Circuits |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
12 |
7 |
167 |

2 |
7 |
4 |
95 |

3 |
4 |
3 |
66 |

4 |
12 |
7 |
168 |

5 |
11 |
5 |
137 |

6 |
5 |
4 |
69 |

7 |
7 |
5 |
95 |

8 |
10 |
3 |
118 |

Totals: |
68 |
38 |
915 |

#### Overall Course composition; 8 Sessions, 36 Topics, 38 Hours, and 560 MCQs

## Review Session 1: 2 Topics, 2 VPT hours, 43 MCQ

Components and Classification of Control System, Feedback Control System

## Review Session 2: 5 Topics, 7 VPT hours, 92 MCQ

Transfer Function of Linear Systems, Modelling of Physical Systems , Equations of Mechanical Systems and Analogous System, Block Diagram Representation, Signal Flow Graph

## Review Session 3: 6 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 70 MCQ

Time response of Continuous Data Control System, Standard Test Signal, First Order Control System , Second Order Control System , Steady-State Error Analysis-I , Steady-State Error Analysis-II

## Review Session 4: 4 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 67 MCQ

Concept of Stability and Types of Stability , Methods of Stability and Routh Hurwitz Criterion, Introduction to Root-Locus Method , Design Aspects of Root-Locus

## Review Session 5: 3 Topics, 6 VPT hours, 55 MCQ

Frequency domain and its specifications, Bode Plots and Frequency domain specifications from Bode Plots , Stability with Bode Plot, Gain and Phase Margin

## Review Session 6: 5 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 71 MCQ

Polar Plots , Gain and Phase Margin with Polar Plots , Nyquist Criterion, Nichols Chart, Minimum Phase, Non-minimum Phase and All Pass System

## Review Session 7: 6 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 79 MCQ

Concept of State, State Variables and State Model, Transfer Function Decomposition, Eigen-values, Diagonalization and Similarity Transform of a Matrix , Solution of State Equations, Controllability of a Control System, Observability of a Control System

## Review Session 8: 5 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 83 MCQ

Compensation and Types of Compensation, Op-Amp based design of Compensators, Proportional, Derivative and Integral Controllers, PD and PI Controllers, PID controller and Tuning of Controllers

Control Systems |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
2 |
2 |
43 |

2 |
5 |
7 |
92 |

3 |
6 |
5 |
70 |

4 |
4 |
5 |
67 |

5 |
3 |
6 |
55 |

6 |
5 |
4 |
71 |

7 |
6 |
5 |
79 |

8 |
5 |
4 |
83 |

Totals: |
36 |
38 |
560 |

#### Overall Course composition; 8 Sessions, 83 Topics, 66 Hours, and 1119 MCQs

## Review Session 1: 4 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 68 MCQ

Introduction and Semiconductor Basics, Classification of Semiconductors, Conductivity of Semiconductors, Hall-Effect

## Review Session 2: 7 Topics, 9 VPT hours, 111 MCQ

Fermi level and Fermi-Dirac Distribution Function, Carrier concentration in Semiconductor, Fermi Level in Semiconductors, Excess Carrier in Semiconductors, Carrier Transport in Semiconductor, Continuity Equation, P-N Junction Under Equilibrium

## Review Session 3: 5 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 79 MCQ

P-N Junction Diode Biasing and its Characteristics, Current Flow Mechanism in P-N Junction Diode, Effect of Temperature on P-N Junction Diode, Diode C-V Characteristics, Static and Dynamic Resistances, Diode Models

## Review Session 4: 12 Topics, 10 VPT hours, 166 MCQ

Half-Wave Rectifier, Full-Wave Rectifiers, Capacitor Filter, Inductor Filter, LC Filter and CLC or π-Filter, Series and Shunt Clipper Circuits, Biased Clipper Circuits, Combinational Clipper Circuit, Positive and Negative Clamper Circuits, Biased Clamper Circuits, Voltage Doubler Circuits, Voltage Tripler and Quadrupler Circuits

## Review Session 5: 15 Topics, 8 VPT hours, 199 MCQ

Breakdown Mechanism in P-N Junction Diode-I, Breakdown Mechanism in P-N Junction Diode-II, Applications of Zener Diode, Zener Diode as a Voltage Regulator-I, Zener Diode as a Voltage Regulator-II, Varactor Diode, Tunnel Diode, Schottky Diode, Gunn Diode, PIN Diode, Light Emitting Diode(LED), Photo Diode, Solar Cell, Optocoupler, Uni-Junction Transistor(UJT)

## Review Session 6: 9 Topics, 8 VPT hours, 133 MCQ

Concept of Bipolar Junction Transistors, Common-Base Transistor, Common-Emitter Transistor, Common-Collector Transistor, DC Biasing of BJT, Fixed-Bias and Emitter-Bias Configuration, Voltage-Divider/Self-Bias Configuration, Collector-to-Base Bias configuration, Bias Compesation Techniques

## Review Session 7: 17 Topics, 12 VPT hours, 197 MCQ

AC Load Line in BJT, BJT as an Amplifier, Low Signals Models of BJT, Low Frequency Analysis using re-Models of BJT, High Frequency Model of BJT, Frequency Response of BJT, Concept of Field Effect Transistor (FET), Construction of Junction Field Effect Transistor (JFET), Working of Junction Field Effect Transistor (JFET), Characteristics of Junction Field Effect Transistor (JFET), JFET Parameters, Fixed-Bias Configuration of JFET, Self-Bias Configuration of JFET, Voltage-Divider Bias Configuration of JFET, JFET as an Amplifier, Small Signal Model of JFET, AC Analysis of JFET Amplifiers

## Review Session 8: 14 Topics, 11 VPT hours, 166 MCQ

Concept of Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor (MOSFET), Construction of Depletion Type Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor (MOSFET), Working of Depletion Type Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor (MOSFET), Characteristics of Depletion Type Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor (MOSFET), Construction of Enhancement Type MOSFET, Working of Enhancement Type MOSFET, Characteristics of Enhancement Type MOSFET, MOSFET as an Amplifier and a Switch, Biasing of a MOSFET, Small Signal Operation and Models of MOSFET, High Frequency Model and High Frequency Response of MOSFET, Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor (CMOS), Power Devices, MOSFET Parameters

Electronic Devices and Circuits |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
4 |
4 |
68 |

2 |
7 |
9 |
111 |

3 |
5 |
4 |
79 |

4 |
12 |
10 |
166 |

5 |
15 |
8 |
199 |

6 |
9 |
8 |
133 |

7 |
17 |
12 |
197 |

8 |
14 |
11 |
166 |

Totals: |
83 |
66 |
1119 |

#### Overall Course composition; 8 Sessions, 79 Topics, 64 Hours, and 677 MCQs

## Review Session 1: 6 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 81 MCQ

Elementary terms of Magnetic Circuits, Magnetic Circuits, Laws of Electromagnetism-I, Laws of Electromagnetism-II, Electromechanical Energy Conversion-I, Electromechanical Energy Conversion-II

## Review Session 2: 7 Topics, 8 VPT hours, 108 MCQ

Introduction and Working Principle of DC Machines, Construction of DC Machines, Types of DC Machines, EMF and Torque Equations of DC Machines, Armature Reaction in DC Machines, Commutation in DC Machines, Losses and Efficiency in DC Machines

## Review Session 3: 11 Topics, 10 VPT hours, 139 MCQ

Voltage Build-Up in DC Generators, Characteristics of DC Generators, Characteristics of DC Motors, Braking of DC Motors, Speed Control of DC Motors, Testing of DC Machines, Starters of DC Machines, Parallel Operation of DC Machines, Operating Principle and EMF equation of a Single- Phase Transformer, Equivalent Circuits and Phasor Diagrams of Single- Phase Transformer, Construction of a Single-Phase Transformer

## Review Session 4: 5 Topics, 8 VPT hours, 77 MCQ

Per Unit Calculation and Voltage Regulation, Losses and Efficiency, Testing of Single-Phase Transformer, Introduction to Autotransformer, Conversion of a Two Winding Transformer into an Autotransformer

## Review Session 5: 6 Topics, 6 VPT hours, 97 MCQ

Introduction to Three-Phase Transformer, 3 Phase to 2 Phase, 6 Phase or 12 Phase Connections and their Applications, Open-delta and Tap Changer of Three-Phase Transformers, Testing of Three-Phase Transformers, Parallel Operations of Single and Three-Phase Transformers, Excitation Phenomenon and Harmonics in Transformers

## Review Session 6: 9 Topics, 8 VPT hours, 124 MCQ

Principle of Operations and Types of Synchronous Machines, Construction Features of Synchronous Machines, Armature Reaction in Synchronous Machines, Equivalent Circuit and Phasor Diagram of Cylindrical Rotor Generator, Tests on Synchronous Generators, Voltage Regulation of Synchronous Generators-I, Voltage Regulation of Synchronous Generators-II, Parallel Operation of Synchronous Generators-I, Parallel Operation of Synchronous Generators-II

## Review Session 7: 10 Topics, 7 VPT hours, 130 MCQ

Two-Reaction Theory, Power Flow Equation of Synchronous Machines, Operating Characteristics of Synchronous Machines, Curves of Synchronous Machines, Hunting and Damping, Synchronous Condenser, Introduction and Working Principle Three-Phase Induction Motor, Construction of Three-Phase Induction Motor, Equivalent circuit and Power Flow Diagram of Three-Phase Induction Motor, Performance of Three-Phase Induction Motor

## Review Session 8: 25 Topics, 12 VPT hours, 316 MCQ

Starting of a 3-φ Induction Motor, Braking of a 3-φ Induction Motor, Speed Control of a 3-φ Induction Motor, Losses and Efficiency in a Three-Phase Induction Motor, Tests of a Three-Phase Induction Motor, Circle Diagram and Applications of a Three-Phase Induction Motor, Induction Generator and its Applications, Rotors in Three-Phase Induction Motors, Cogging and Crawling in Three-Phase Induction Motors, Theory of Operation, Equivalent Circuit of a Single-Phase Induction Motor, Tests of a Single-Phase Induction Motor, Split-Phase Induction Motor, Capacitor-Start Induction Motor, Permanent-Split Capacitor Motor, Capacitor-Start Capacitor-Run Motor, Shaded Pole Motor, Single-Phase Synchronous Motor, Permanent Magnet DC Motor, Stepper Motor, Repulsion Motor, Linear Induction Motor (LIM), Servomotor, AC Series/Universal Motor, PCB Motors

Electrical Machines |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
6 |
5 |
81 |

2 |
7 |
8 |
108 |

3 |
11 |
10 |
139 |

4 |
5 |
8 |
77 |

5 |
6 |
6 |
97 |

6 |
9 |
8 |
124 |

7 |
10 |
7 |
130 |

8 |
25 |
12 |
316 |

Totals: |
79 |
64 |
1072 |

#### Overall Course composition; 8 Sessions, 56 Topics, 41 Hours, and 763 MCQs

## Review Session 1: 9 Topics, 8 VPT hours, 129 MCQ

Electrical Measurements, Measuring Instruments-I, Measuring Instruments-II, Errors in Measurement, Statistics in Measurement, Units, Dimensions, and Standards , Measuring Instruments, Basics of Deflection Type Instruments, Constructional Details of Deflection type Instruments

## Review Session 2: 3 Topics, 3 VPT hours, 53 MCQ

Permanent Magnet Moving Coil Instruments, Basic DC Ammeters, Basic DC Voltmeters

## Review Session 3: 6 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 94 MCQ

Rectifier Type Instruments, Moving Iron Instruments, Electrodynamometer Type Instruments, Electrothermic Instruments, Electrostatic Instruments, Induction Instruments

## Review Session 4: 6 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 84 MCQ

Induction Type Energy Meter, Torque Produced in Induction Type Energy Meter, Meter Constant, Creeping and Phantom Loading of Induction Type Energy Meter, EDM Type Wattmeter, Methods used for the measurement of Power in 3-φ Circuits, Three and Two Wattmeter Method for Power Measurement in 3-φ Circuits

## Review Session 5: 9 Topics, 6 VPT hours, 119 MCQ

Introduction to Resistances, Measurement of Medium Resistances, Measurement of Low Resistances, Measurement of High Resistance, Introduction to Instrument Transformers, Current Transformers-I, Current Transformers-II, Potential Transformers-I, Important Factors in Instrument Transformers

## Review Session 6: 5 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 70 MCQ

Introduction to AC Bridges, Measurement of Inductances, Measurement of Capacitances, Measurement of Frequency, Measurement of Mutual Inductances

## Review Session 7: 11 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 116 MCQ

Introduction to Transducers, Measurement of Displacement, Strain Gauge, Piezo-Electric and Photo-Voltaic Transducers, Measurement of Temperature, Measurement of Low Pressure, Mechanical Devices for Measuring Pressure, Measurement of High Pressure, Measurement of Flow, Measurement of Angular Speed, Measurement of Angular Displacement, Measurement of Humidity

## Review Session 8: 7 Topics, 6 VPT hours, 97 MCQ

Introduction to Cathode Ray Oscilloscope(CRO), Lissajous Pattern, Special CROs, Introduction to Signal and Function Generators, Sweep Frequency Generator, Pulse and Square Wave Generator, Audio Frequency and Radio Frequency Signal Generator

Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
9 |
8 |
129 |

2 |
3 |
3 |
53 |

3 |
6 |
4 |
94 |

4 |
6 |
5 |
84 |

5 |
9 |
6 |
119 |

6 |
5 |
4 |
70 |

7 |
11 |
5 |
116 |

8 |
7 |
6 |
97 |

Totals: |
56 |
41 |
762 |

#### Overall Course composition; 8 Sessions, 61 Topics, 44 Hours, and 867 MCQs

## Review Session 1: 10 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 128 MCQ

Thevenin’s Theorem, Norton’s Theorem, Superposition Theorem, Maximum Power Transfer Theorem, Reciprocity Theorem, Millman’s Theorem, Tellegen’s Theorem, Compensation Theorem, Substitution Theorem, Network theorems in AC circuits

## Review Session 2: 7 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 105 MCQ

Resonance in Series RLC Circuits, Bandwidth, Q-Factor and Selectivity of Series Resonating Circuits, Parallel RLC Circuits, Bandwidth, Q-Factor and Selectivity of Parallel Resonating Circuit, Magnetically Coupled Circuits, Dot Convention and Equivalent Circuits, Tuned Coupled Circuits

## Review Session 3: 9 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 135 MCQ

Graph Theory Fundamentals and Graph of a Network, Elements of Graph Theory, Incidence Matrix and Reduced incidence Matrix, Twig Matrix and Link matrix, Tie-Set Matrix and Cut-Set Matrix, Interrelation among various Matrices, Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law and Kirchhoff’s Current Law, Network Equilibrium Equations – KVL, KCL, Impedance and Admittance Matrix, Dual of Networks and Principal of Duality

## Review Session 4: 4 Topics, 3 VPT hours, 62 MCQ

Introduction to Transient Analysis, DC and AC Transient in R-L Circuits, DC and AC Transient in R-C Circuits, DC and AC Transient in R-L-C Circuits

## Review Session 5: 5 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 64 MCQ

Laplace Transform Properties and Theorems, Laplace Transform of Signals, Partial Fraction Expansion Method and Heaviside Expansion Theorem, Application of Laplace Transformation Technique in Circuit Analysis, Transient Response of an Electrical Network using Impulse, Step and Ramp Signal

## Review Session 6: 7 Topics, 7 VPT hours, 116 MCQ

Introduction to Two Port Network and Z Parameters, Y Parameters, Transmission (ABCD) and Inverse Transmission (A’B’C’D’) Parameters, Hybrid (h) Parameters and Inverse Hybrid (g) Parameters, Inter-relationship of Two Port Networks, Inter-connection of Two Port Networks, Input, Output and Image Impedances in terms of Two-Port Parameters

## Review Session 7: 11 Topics, 8 VPT hours, 151 MCQ

Network Functions, Concept of Poles and Zeros, Time-Domain behaviour from the pole-zero plot, Fourier Series Analysis, Waveform Symmetries, Routh-Hurwitz Stability Criterion, Frequency Response – Bode Plot, Network Synthesis and Hurwitz polynomial, Positive Real Functions, Synthesis of LC, RC, RL Networks in Foster’s I and II form, Synthesis of LC, RC ,RL Networks in Cauer’s I and II form

## Review Session 8: 8 Topics, 8 VPT hours, 106 MCQ

Introduction to Filters and its Classification, Characteristics of Filters, Constant K-Prototype Filters, m-Derived Filters, Impedance Matching and Composite Filters, Crystal or Piezo-electric Filter and Equalizers, Introduction to Active Filters and its Types, Butterworth, Chebychev and Cauer Filters

Network Analysis and Synthesis |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
10 |
5 |
128 |

2 |
7 |
4 |
105 |

3 |
9 |
5 |
135 |

4 |
4 |
3 |
62 |

5 |
5 |
4 |
64 |

6 |
7 |
7 |
116 |

7 |
11 |
8 |
151 |

8 |
8 |
8 |
106 |

Totals: |
61 |
44 |
867 |

### Mechanical Engineering

- Strength Of Material
- Fluid Mechanics
- Engineering Mechanics
- Thermodynamics
- Heat and Mass Transfer
- Theory Of Machines

#### Overall Course composition; 8 Sessions, 61 Topics, 39 Hours, and 701 MCQs

## Review Session 1: 8 Topics, 7 VPT hours, 101 MCQ

Basics of SOM, Load and its types, Stress and its types, Strain and its types, Hooke’s Law and Stress-Strain Curve, Deformation in various Section of the body, Principle of Superposition, Deformation due to self-weight of body

## Review Session 2: 4 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 60 MCQ

Elastic Constants, Thermal Stresses, Strain Energy, Mechanical properties of materials and Factor of Safety

## Review Session 3: 5 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 66 MCQ

Types of Load, Beam, and Support, Concepts of Shear Force and Bending Moment, S.F.D and B.M.D for Cantilever Beam, S.F.D and B.M.D for Simply Supported Beam, S.F.D and B.M.D for Overhanging Beam and calculation of Point of Contraflexure

## Review Session 4: 9 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 99 MCQ

Bending Stresses and its formula, Neutral Axis and Moment of Resistance, Section Modulus for Symmertric Section, Section Modulus for Unsymmertric Section, Bending Stresses in Symmetrical Section, Bending Stresses in Unsymmetric Section, Comparison of Beam and Beam of uniform strength, Eccentric loading of a Section, Composite Beam

## Review Session 5: 10 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 110 MCQ

Torsion Equation, Polar Moment of Inertia and Polar Modulus of Section, Torsion in Solid and Hollow circular Shaft, Power transmiited by Shaft and Torsional Stiffness, Combined Bending and Torsion of circular Shafts, Comparison between Solid and Hollow Shaft, Introduction to Shear Stress, Shear Stress Variation in Rectangular and Circular Section, Shear Stress Variation in Triangular and Square Section, Shear Stress Variation in I – Section and T – Section

## Review Session 6: 7 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 67 MCQ

Introduction to Slope and Deflection, Double Integration method for Cantilever Beam, Double Integration method for Simply Supported Beam, Macaulay’s method for cantilever and Simply Supported Beam, Moment Area Method for Cantilever Beam, Moment Area Method for Simply Supported Beam, Strain Energy Method for Cantilever Beam and Simply Supported Beam

## Review Session 7: 9 Topics, 6 VPT hours, 103 MCQ

Introduction to State of Stress, Principle Stresses, Uni-axial and Biaxial Stresses, Pure Stress, Stresses and its planes, Mohr’s Circle for Stresses, State of Strain and Strain Tensor, Strain Rosettes, Starin Energy

## Review Session 8: 9 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 95 MCQ

Introduction to Column and modes of failure, Euler’s Theory of Column, Effective length of a Column and Slenderness ratio, Rankine Formula, Introduction to Thin cylinder, Thin Cylindrical shell subjected to internal pressure, Volumetric Strain of thin cylindrical shell, Thin Spherical shells subjected to internal pressure, Stresses in a Thick Cylindrical shell and Thick Spherical shell

Strength of Material |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
8 |
7 |
101 |

2 |
4 |
4 |
60 |

3 |
5 |
4 |
66 |

4 |
9 |
5 |
99 |

5 |
10 |
5 |
110 |

6 |
7 |
4 |
67 |

7 |
9 |
6 |
103 |

8 |
9 |
4 |
95 |

Totals: |
61 |
39 |
701 |

#### Overall Course composition; 7 Sessions, 64 Topics, 29 Hours, and 794 MCQs

## Review Session 1: 12 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 143 MCQ

Basics of Fluid Mechanics, Types of Fluid, Properties of Fluids, Pascal’s law and Pressure Variation, Simple Manometers, Single Column Manometers, Differential Manometers, Hydrostatic forces and Centre of Pressure, Hydrostatic forces on Plane surface, Hydrostatic forces on Curved surface, Buoyancy, Metacentric Height

## Review Session 2: 8 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 104 MCQ

Lagrangian and Eulerian Approach, Types of Fluid Flow, Types of Flow Lines, Continuity Equation, Fluid Acceleration, Angular Deformation and Rotation, Circulation and Vorticity, Potential Function and Stream Function

## Review Session 3: 10 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 112 MCQ

Various Forces acting on the Fluid elements, Bernoulli Equation and its limitation, Venturi Meter, Orifice Meter, Pitot Tube and Flow nozzles, Weir and Notches, Momentum Equation and its application, Free liquid Jets, Impact of jet on a fixed plates in different condition, Impact of jet on moving plate

## Review Session 4: 6 Topics, 2 VPT hours, 65 MCQ

Vortex Flow, Laminar Flow and Darcy weisbach equation, Laminar Equation through Circular pipes, Hagen-Poiseuille Flow, Momentum and Kinetic Energy Correction Factor, Laminar flow through two fixed plates

## Review Session 5: 8 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 108 MCQ

Introduction to Turbulent Flow, Prandle Mixing length theory, Hydrodynamically Smooth and Rough boundaries, Major Energy Losses, Minor Energy Losses, Hydraulic gradient line and Total energy line, Compound pipes, Siphon pipes and Water hammer

## Review Session 6: 6 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 83 MCQ

Boundary layer concept and its Characteristics, Boundary layer thickness, Von-karman momentum integral equation, Boundary layer seperation, Drag Forces, Lift Forces

## Review Session 7: 14 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 179 MCQ

Introduction to Dimensional Analysis, Rayleigh’s Method, Buckingham’s Theorem, Forces acting on the fluid and Dimensionless number, Model Analysis and Similitude, Model Laws, Introduction to Turbine and Pump, Efficiencies of a Turbine and Classification of Hydraulic Turbines, Pelton Wheel (or Turbine), Reaction Turbines, Francis Turbine, Axial Flow Reaction Turbine, Specific speed of turbine, Model testing and cavitation in turbine

Fluid Mechanics |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
12 |
5 |
143 |

2 |
8 |
4 |
104 |

3 |
10 |
5 |
112 |

4 |
6 |
2 |
65 |

5 |
8 |
4 |
108 |

6 |
6 |
4 |
83 |

7 |
14 |
5 |
179 |

Totals: |
64 |
29 |
794 |

#### Overall Course composition; 6 Sessions, 31 Topics, 21 Hours, and 387 MCQs

## Review Session 1: 7 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 97 MCQ

Introduction to Mechanics, Units of Measurement, System of Forces, Composition of Forces, Equilibrium of Bodies, Moment and Couple, Non-Concurrent Force System

## Review Session 2: 5 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 59 MCQ

C.G of common Geometry, C.G of Symmetrical and Unsymmetrical Section, Perpendicular and Parallel Axis Theorem, MOI of Rectangular and Circular Section, MOI of Triangular and Composite Section

## Review Session 3: 4 Topics, 3 VPT hours, 42 MCQ

Introduction to Trusses, Method of Joints, Method of Sections, Tension Coefficient Method

## Review Session 4: 5 Topics, 3 VPT hours, 67 MCQ

Introduction to Frictional Force, Application of Friction, Law of machine, Pulley, Screw jack

## Review Session 5: 4 Topics, 2.2 VPT hours, 44 MCQ

Newton’s Laws of Motion, Applications of Laws of Motion, Introduction to Collision of Elastic Bodies, Impacts of Collision

## Review Session 6: 6 Topics, 3.4 VPT hours, 78 MCQ

Linear Motion, Relative Velocity, Circular Motion, Rotation of Rigid Bodies, Motion of a Projectile on Horizontal Plane, Motion of a Projectile on Inclined Plane

Engineering Mechanics |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
7 |
5 |
97 |

2 |
5 |
4 |
59 |

3 |
4 |
3 |
42 |

4 |
5 |
3 |
67 |

5 |
4 |
2.2 |
44 |

6 |
6 |
3.4 |
78 |

Totals: |
31 |
20.6 |
387 |

#### Overall Course composition; 6 Sessions, 25 Topics, 28 Hours, and 384 MCQs

## Review Session 1: 4 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 70 MCQ

Thermodynamics Systems, Thermodynamics Properties, Thermodynamics Equilibrium and Process, Zeroth law of thermodynamics

## Review Session 2: 4 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 62 MCQ

Energy, Work Interaction, Heat Interaction, Ideal Gas Equation

## Review Session 3: 3 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 55 MCQ

First Law of Thermodynamics, Consequences of First Law of Thermodynamics, Application of First Law to Flow process

## Review Session 4: 4 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 52 MCQ

Kelvin Planck and Clausius Statement, Analysis of Second Law of Thermodynamics, Carnot cycle and Clausius Inequality, Second Law Efficiency

## Review Session 5: 5 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 70 MCQ

Concept of Entropy, Analysis of Entropy, Irreversibility, Application of Entropy Principle, Entropy Calculation

## Review Session 6: 5 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 75 MCQ

Concept of Pure substances, Measurement of quality of steam, Mollier Diagram, Real Gases, Thermodynamics Relations

Thermodynamics |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
4 |
5 |
70 |

2 |
4 |
5 |
62 |

3 |
3 |
4 |
55 |

4 |
4 |
4 |
52 |

5 |
5 |
5 |
70 |

6 |
5 |
5 |
75 |

Totals: |
25 |
28 |
384 |

#### Overall Course composition; 7 Sessions, 42 Topics, 19 Hours, and 584 MCQs

## Review Session 1: 3 Topics, 3 VPT hours, 57 MCQ

Modes of Heat Transfer, Fourier law and Thermal conductivity, Newton law’s of cooling and Stefan Boltzman law

## Review Session 2: 6 Topics, 7 VPT hours, 100 MCQ

General Heat Conduction Equation in Different coordinates, Heat conduction through plane and composite wall, Heat Conduction through different configuration of cylinder, Logarithmic mean area a nd Critical Thickness for cylinder, Heat Conduction through different configuration of Sphere, Logarithmic mean area a nd Critical Thickness for Sphere

## Review Session 3: 6 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 60 MCQ

Basics concept of Fin, Heat flow through Rectangular and Infinitely long fin, Heat dissipation from fin insulated at the tip and fin losing heat at the tip, Fin Efficiency and Effectiveness, Errors of measurement of temperature, Heat flow through straight triangular fin

## Review Session 4: 9 Topics, 7 VPT hours, 113 MCQ

Introduction to steady and Unsteady state, Lumped parameter Analysis, Time Constant and Response Time of Temperature Measuring Instruments, Transient Heat Conduction in solids, Dimensionless Analysis and Characteristic Parameters of Free Convection, Free Convection on Vertical Flat Plate and Empirical Relations, Introduction to Dimensional Analysis, Rayleigh’s Method, Buckingham’s Theorem

## Review Session 5: 7 Topics, 7 VPT hours, 95 MCQ

Boundary layer and its thickness, Hydrodynamic boundary layer over a flat plate, Von-karman momentum integral equation, Dimensionless Number and Thermal boundary layer, Forced Convection in Plate and Pipes for Laminar and Turbulent Flow, Turbulent Boundary layer, Prandle Mixing Length theory

## Review Session 6: 4 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 70 MCQ

Basic of Radiation, Laws of Thermal Radiation, Shape Factor and Thermal Radiation Network, Application of Radiation Network Method and Radiation Shield

## Review Session 7: 7 Topics, 7 VPT hours, 89 MCQ

Types of Heat exchanger according to the nature of heat and relative direction of fluid, Types of Heat exchanger according to the design and physical state of fluids, Overall Heat Transfer Coefficient and Fouling Factor, Logarithmic Mean Temperature Difference (LMTD) method, Effectivenss of Heat exchanger, NTU method of Heat Exchanger, Heat Pipes

Heat & Mass Transfer |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
3 |
3 |
57 |

2 |
6 |
7 |
100 |

3 |
6 |
4 |
60 |

4 |
9 |
7 |
113 |

5 |
7 |
7 |
95 |

6 |
4 |
5 |
70 |

7 |
7 |
7 |
89 |

Totals: |
42 |
40 |
584 |

#### Overall Course composition; 8 Sessions, 64 Topics, 59 Hours, and 908 MCQs

## Review Session 1: 8 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 104 MCQ

Basics of Kinematics of Machine, Kinematic Links, Motion, and Pair, Kinematic chain, Mechanism and Degree-of-Freedom, Inversion of Mechanism, Four bar chain, Single slider crank chain, Double slider crank chain

## Review Session 2: 9 Topics, 8 VPT hours, 123 MCQ

Instantaneous Centre method, Relative Velocity method, Acceleration Analysis, Basics of Cam and Follower, Classification of Follower, Classification of Cam, Terminology used in Radial Cams, Cam and Follower Motions, Motion diagrams (Displacement, Velocity, and Acceleration diagrams)

## Review Session 3: 3 Topics, 9 VPT hours, 57 MCQ

Gear and its types, Law of Gearing and Forms of Teeth, Analysis of Involute Profile

## Review Session 4: 4 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 50 MCQ

Involute Vs Cycloidal Teeth, Helical Gears and Spiral Gears, Worm and Worm Gears, Gear Train and its Types

## Review Session 5: 8 Topics, 9 VPT hours, 118 MCQ

Types and Laws of Friction, Friction in Inclined Plane, Basics of Power Screw, Efficiency of Power Screw, Belt Drive and its types, Analysis of Belt Drive, Flat Belt Drive, V-Belt Drive

## Review Session 6: 13 Topics, 9 VPT hours, 183 MCQ

Transmission angle in Four-bar Mechanism, Straight Line Mechanisms, Steering Gear Mechanism, Universal or Hooke’s Joint, Governor and its application, Centrifugal Governors, Inertia Governors, Watt Governor, Porter Governor, Proell Governor, Hartnell Governor, Hartung and Pickering Governor, Wilson-Hartnell Governor

## Review Session 7: 10 Topics, 8 VPT hours, 140 MCQ

Kinematic analysis of Single-slider Crank Mechanism, Dynamic (Force) analysis of Single-slider Crank Mechanism, Equivalent Dynamical system, Turning Moment diagram, Flywheel, Brake and its classification, Dynamometer and its classification, Balancing of Rotating Masses, Partial Balancing of Forces, Balancing of different Engines

## Review Session 8: 9 Topics, 7 VPT hours, 133 MCQ

Basics of Lubrication, Friction Clutches, Introduction to Gyroscope, Applications of Gyroscope, Introduction to Synthesis of Mechanism, Graphical synthesis, Basics of Vibration, Free Vibration, Forced damped Vibrations

Theory of Machines |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
8 |
5 |
104 |

2 |
9 |
8 |
123 |

3 |
3 |
9 |
57 |

4 |
4 |
4 |
50 |

5 |
8 |
9 |
118 |

6 |
13 |
9 |
183 |

7 |
10 |
8 |
140 |

8 |
9 |
7 |
133 |

Totals: |
64 |
59 |
908 |

### Civil Engineering

- Strength Of Material
- Fluid Mechanics
- Engineering Mechanics
- ReInforced Concrete Construction
- Soil Mechanics
- Surveying

#### Overall Course composition; 8 Sessions, 61 Topics, 39 Hours, and 701 MCQs

## Review Session 1: 8 Topics, 7 VPT hours, 101 MCQ

Basics of SOM, Load and its types, Stress and its types, Strain and its types, Hooke’s Law and Stress-Strain Curve, Deformation in various Section of the body, Principle of Superposition, Deformation due to self-weight of body

## Review Session 2: 4 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 60 MCQ

Elastic Constants, Thermal Stresses, Strain Energy, Mechanical properties of materials and Factor of Safety

## Review Session 3: 5 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 66 MCQ

Types of Load, Beam, and Support, Concepts of Shear Force and Bending Moment, S.F.D and B.M.D for Cantilever Beam, S.F.D and B.M.D for Simply Supported Beam, S.F.D and B.M.D for Overhanging Beam and calculation of Point of Contraflexure

## Review Session 4: 9 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 99 MCQ

Bending Stresses and its formula, Neutral Axis and Moment of Resistance, Section Modulus for Symmertric Section, Section Modulus for Unsymmertric Section, Bending Stresses in Symmetrical Section, Bending Stresses in Unsymmetric Section, Comparison of Beam and Beam of uniform strength, Eccentric loading of a Section, Composite Beam

## Review Session 5: 10 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 110 MCQ

Torsion Equation, Polar Moment of Inertia and Polar Modulus of Section, Torsion in Solid and Hollow circular Shaft, Power transmiited by Shaft and Torsional Stiffness, Combined Bending and Torsion of circular Shafts, Comparison between Solid and Hollow Shaft, Introduction to Shear Stress, Shear Stress Variation in Rectangular and Circular Section, Shear Stress Variation in Triangular and Square Section, Shear Stress Variation in I – Section and T – Section

## Review Session 6: 7 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 67 MCQ

Introduction to Slope and Deflection, Double Integration method for Cantilever Beam, Double Integration method for Simply Supported Beam, Macaulay’s method for cantilever and Simply Supported Beam, Moment Area Method for Cantilever Beam, Moment Area Method for Simply Supported Beam, Strain Energy Method for Cantilever Beam and Simply Supported Beam

## Review Session 7: 9 Topics, 6 VPT hours, 103 MCQ

Introduction to State of Stress, Principle Stresses, Uni-axial and Biaxial Stresses, Pure Stress, Stresses and its planes, Mohr’s Circle for Stresses, State of Strain and Strain Tensor, Strain Rosettes, Starin Energy

## Review Session 8: 9 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 95 MCQ

Introduction to Column and modes of failure, Euler’s Theory of Column, Effective length of a Column and Slenderness ratio, Rankine Formula, Introduction to Thin cylinder, Thin Cylindrical shell subjected to internal pressure, Volumetric Strain of thin cylindrical shell, Thin Spherical shells subjected to internal pressure, Stresses in a Thick Cylindrical shell and Thick Spherical shell

Strength of Material |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
8 |
7 |
101 |

2 |
4 |
4 |
60 |

3 |
5 |
4 |
66 |

4 |
9 |
5 |
99 |

5 |
10 |
5 |
110 |

6 |
7 |
4 |
67 |

7 |
9 |
6 |
103 |

8 |
9 |
4 |
95 |

Totals: |
61 |
39 |
701 |

#### Overall Course composition; 7 Sessions, 64 Topics, 29 Hours, and 794 MCQs

## Review Session 1: 12 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 143 MCQ

Basics of Fluid Mechanics, Types of Fluid, Properties of Fluids, Pascal’s law and Pressure Variation, Simple Manometers, Single Column Manometers, Differential Manometers, Hydrostatic forces and Centre of Pressure, Hydrostatic forces on Plane surface, Hydrostatic forces on Curved surface, Buoyancy, Metacentric Height

## Review Session 2: 8 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 104 MCQ

Lagrangian and Eulerian Approach, Types of Fluid Flow, Types of Flow Lines, Continuity Equation, Fluid Acceleration, Angular Deformation and Rotation, Circulation and Vorticity, Potential Function and Stream Function

## Review Session 3: 10 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 112 MCQ

Various Forces acting on the Fluid elements, Bernoulli Equation and its limitation, Venturi Meter, Orifice Meter, Pitot Tube and Flow nozzles, Weir and Notches, Momentum Equation and its application, Free liquid Jets, Impact of jet on a fixed plates in different condition, Impact of jet on moving plate

## Review Session 4: 6 Topics, 2 VPT hours, 65 MCQ

Vortex Flow, Laminar Flow and Darcy weisbach equation, Laminar Equation through Circular pipes, Hagen-Poiseuille Flow, Momentum and Kinetic Energy Correction Factor, Laminar flow through two fixed plates

## Review Session 5: 8 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 108 MCQ

Introduction to Turbulent Flow, Prandle Mixing length theory, Hydrodynamically Smooth and Rough boundaries, Major Energy Losses, Minor Energy Losses, Hydraulic gradient line and Total energy line, Compound pipes, Siphon pipes and Water hammer

## Review Session 6: 6 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 83 MCQ

Boundary layer concept and its Characteristics, Boundary layer thickness, Von-karman momentum integral equation, Boundary layer seperation, Drag Forces, Lift Forces

## Review Session 7: 14 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 179 MCQ

Introduction to Dimensional Analysis, Rayleigh’s Method, Buckingham’s Theorem, Forces acting on the fluid and Dimensionless number, Model Analysis and Similitude, Model Laws, Introduction to Turbine and Pump, Efficiencies of a Turbine and Classification of Hydraulic Turbines, Pelton Wheel (or Turbine), Reaction Turbines, Francis Turbine, Axial Flow Reaction Turbine, Specific speed of turbine, Model testing and cavitation in turbine

Fluid Mechanics |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
12 |
5 |
143 |

2 |
8 |
4 |
104 |

3 |
10 |
5 |
112 |

4 |
6 |
2 |
65 |

5 |
8 |
4 |
108 |

6 |
6 |
4 |
83 |

7 |
14 |
5 |
179 |

Totals: |
64 |
29 |
794 |

#### Overall Course composition; 6 Sessions, 31 Topics, 21 Hours, and 387 MCQs

## Review Session 1: 7 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 97 MCQ

Introduction to Mechanics, Units of Measurement, System of Forces, Composition of Forces, Equilibrium of Bodies, Moment and Couple, Non-Concurrent Force System

## Review Session 2: 5 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 59 MCQ

C.G of common Geometry, C.G of Symmetrical and Unsymmetrical Section, Perpendicular and Parallel Axis Theorem, MOI of Rectangular and Circular Section, MOI of Triangular and Composite Section

## Review Session 3: 4 Topics, 3 VPT hours, 42 MCQ

Introduction to Trusses, Method of Joints, Method of Sections, Tension Coefficient Method

## Review Session 4: 5 Topics, 3 VPT hours, 67 MCQ

Introduction to Frictional Force, Application of Friction, Law of machine, Pulley, Screw jack

## Review Session 5: 4 Topics, 2.2 VPT hours, 44 MCQ

Newton’s Laws of Motion, Applications of Laws of Motion, Introduction to Collision of Elastic Bodies, Impacts of Collision

## Review Session 6: 6 Topics, 3.4 VPT hours, 78 MCQ

Linear Motion, Relative Velocity, Circular Motion, Rotation of Rigid Bodies, Motion of a Projectile on Horizontal Plane, Motion of a Projectile on Inclined Plane

Engineering Mechanics |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
7 |
5 |
97 |

2 |
5 |
4 |
59 |

3 |
4 |
3 |
42 |

4 |
5 |
3 |
67 |

5 |
4 |
2.2 |
44 |

6 |
6 |
3.4 |
78 |

Totals: |
31 |
20.6 |
387 |

#### Overall Course composition; 8 Sessions, 63 Topics, 40 Hours, and 771 MCQs

## Review Session 1: 6 Topics, 3 VPT hours, 75 MCQ

Strength of Concrete, Concrete mix Design, Stress-Strain curve for Concrete, Types of Reinforcement, Types of Design Method, IS:456-2000 Recommendations

## Review Session 2: 10 Topics, 7 VPT hours, 116 MCQ

Limit State and its Types, Limit State Characteristics Strength and Types of Failure, Analysis of Singly Reinforced Beam Section, Analysis of Doubly Reinforced Beam Section, Analysis of Flanged Beam Section, Design for Shear Part-I, Design for Shear Part-II, Concept of Bond and Anchorage, Concept of Torsion, Limit States of Serviceability Conditions

## Review Session 3: 3 Topics, 3 VPT hours, 45 MCQ

Analysis of Singly Reinforced Beam Section, Analysis of Doubly Reinforced Beam Section, Analysis of Flanged Beam Section

## Review Session 4: 11 Topics, 7 VPT hours, 127 MCQ

Types of RCC Columns, IS Codal provision for Columns, Design of Axially Loaded Short Columns, Design of Helically Reinforced Columns, Types of Foundations, General Design requirements, Design of Isolated Footing, Design of Combined Footing, Design of masnory wall fooing, Design of long column, Desigm of eccentrically loaded colunm

## Review Session 5: 9 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 109 MCQ

Basics of a Staircase, IS Codal provision for a Staircase, Design of a Staircase, Components of Flat Slabs, Design of Flat Slabs, Features of Yield Line, Analysis of Yield Line in One-way Slab, Analysis of Yield Line in Two-way Slab, Analysis of Non-Rectangular Slabs

## Review Session 6: 8 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 97 MCQ

Introduction to Prestressed Concrete, Stress concept approach for analysis, Load balancing concept approach for analysis, C-line/P-line approach for analysis, Losses of Prestressed, Design of Members, Deflection of the Prestressed members, End Blocks

## Review Session 7: 10 Topics, 7 VPT hours, 126 MCQ

Design parameters of Beams, IS Codal provision for Beams, Design of Singly Reinforced Beam, Design of Doubly Reinforced Beam, Design of Flanged Beam, IS Codal provisions, Design of One-way Slab, Design of Two-way Slab, Curved Beam in plan, Continuous Beam

## Review Session 8: 6 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 76 MCQ

Stability analysis of Retaining wall, Design of Retaining wall, Design requirements of Materials, Components of a Water Tank, Analysis of members of Water Tank, Design of Water Tanks

RCC |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
6 |
3 |
75 |

2 |
10 |
7 |
116 |

3 |
3 |
3 |
45 |

4 |
11 |
7 |
127 |

5 |
9 |
5 |
109 |

6 |
8 |
4 |
97 |

7 |
10 |
7 |
126 |

8 |
6 |
4 |
76 |

Totals: |
63 |
40 |
771 |

#### Overall Course composition; 7 Sessions, 64 Topics, 33 Hours, and 794 MCQs

## Review Session 1: 7 Topics, 3 VPT hours, 94 MCQ

Introduction to Soil Mechanics and Formation of Soil, Basic properties of soil, Phase Properties of Soil (Part-I), Phase Properties of Soil (Part-II), Relation between Basic and Phase Properties of Soil, Determination of Specific Gravity and Water Content of Soil, Determination of Density of Soil

## Review Session 2: 10 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 114 MCQ

Sieve Analysis, Sedimentation analysis, Distribution curve, Consistency/Atterberg’s limits, Methods for the Determination of Consistency Limits, Soil Structure, Clay Minerals, Soil Classification on the basis of Plasticity chart, Indian standard classification, H.R.B and Textural classification

## Review Session 3: 7 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 75 MCQ

Permeability and Darcy’s Law of Permeability, Determination of Permeability, Average Permeability of Stratified soil deposite, Types of Soil Moisture, Principle of Effective stress, Seepage Pressure and its Significance, Hydro Piping Failure and formation of flow net

## Review Session 4: 9 Topics, 5 VPT hours, 113 MCQ

Basics of Soil Compaction and Compaction Test (Part-I), Basics of Soil Compaction and Compaction Test (Part-II), Factors affecting Compaction and Field Control of Compaction, Basics of Soil Consolidation and Stages of Consolidation (Part-I), Basics of Soil Consolidation and Stages of Consolidation (Part-II), Terzaghi’s Theory and Consolidation Test, Methods of Soil Stabilisation (Part-I), Methods of Soil Stabilisation (Part-II), Methods of Soil Stabilisation (Part-III)

## Review Session 5: 12 Topics, 6 VPT hours, 147 MCQ

Introduction to Shear Strength and concept of Mohr’s Circle, Shear Test-(Part-I), Shear Test-(Part-II), Different Results for Shear Tests, Vertical Stresses under various Loading Conditions, Newmark’s Influence Chart, Introduction to Stability of Slopes, Stability Analysis of Infinite Slopes (Part-I), Stability Analysis of Infinite Slopes (Part-II), Stability Analysis of Finite Slopes (Part-I), Stability Analysis of Finite Slopes (Part-II), Stability of Slopes under different Practical Conditions

## Review Session 6: 5 Topics, 3 VPT hours, 72 MCQ

Basics of Earth Pressure Theory, Rankine’s Earth Pressure Theory (Part-I), Rankine’s Earth Pressure Theory (Part-II), Coulomb’s Wedge Theory Method, Culmann’s and Rebhann’s Method

## Review Session 7: 14 Topics, 7 VPT hours, 179 MCQ

Basics of Machine Foundation, Criteria for Machine Foundation, Analysis of Machine Foundation, Introduction to Pile Foundation, Load Carrying Capacity of Piles, Group Action of Piles, Foundation and its Basics, Terzaghi’s Theory of Bearing Capacity, Plate Load Test, Basics of Sub-Surface Exploration, Methods of Exploration, Types of Soil Samplers and their Uses, Field Tests and Methods For Site Investigation, Ground Improvement Techniques

Soil Mechanics |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
7 |
3 |
94 |

2 |
10 |
5 |
114 |

3 |
7 |
4 |
75 |

4 |
9 |
5 |
113 |

5 |
12 |
6 |
147 |

6 |
5 |
3 |
72 |

7 |
14 |
7 |
179 |

Totals: |
64 |
33 |
794 |

#### Overall Course composition; 8 Sessions, 93 Topics, 40 Hours, and 1092 MCQs

## Review Session 1: 5 Topics, 2 VPT hours, 56 MCQ

Classification and Principle of Surveying, Scales and its types, Duties of Surveyor, Types and Sources of Errors, Theory of Probability

## Review Session 2: 11 Topics, 7 VPT hours, 157 MCQ

Different Instruments for Chaining (Part-I), Different Instruments for Chaining (Part-II), Ranging, Measurement of Length, Errors in Chaining and various Corrections, Bearing and Angles, Calculation of Angles and Bearing, Types of Compass, Declination and Local Attraction, Chain Triangulation, Field Work and Instrument used in Triangulation

## Review Session 3: 10 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 116 MCQ

Components of Theodolite, Measurements of Horizontal and Vertical Angles, Miscellaneous Operations with Theodolite, Sources of Error in Theodolite Work, Methods of Traversing, Checks in Traverse and Traverse Computation, Balancing the Traverse, Principle of EDM, Types of EDM Instruments, Electronic Theodolite

## Review Session 4: 12 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 131 MCQ

Introduction to contouring, Methods of Locating contours, Uses of contour maps, Instruments used in Plane Table Survey, Working Operation in Plane Table Survey, Methods of Plane Table Surveying Part-I, Methods of Plane Table Surveying Part-II, Errors in plane table survey, General methods of determing areas, Area by Planimeter, Determination of volume, Volume calculation from contour plans

## Review Session 5: 14 Topics, 6.2 VPT hours, 161 MCQ

Introduction to levelling, Levelling instruments, Theory of direct levelling, Calculation of reduced level, Balancing and corrections, Types of levelling, Sensitiveness of bubble tube, Stadia Method of Tacheometry, Distance and Elevation formulae for Staff, Concept of Anallactic Lens, Principle of Subtense Method, Stadia Field Work, Tangential Method, Errors in Tacheometry

## Review Session 6: 15 Topics, 6 VPT hours, 180 MCQ

Basics of Simple Curve, Designation of Simple Curves, Linear Methods of Setting out Simple Curves, Instrumental Method of Setting out Simple Curves, Compound curve, Reverse curve, Photo Theodolite, Different Operations in Terrestrial Camera, Aerial Camera, Scale of Vertical Photograph, Vertical Photograph, Tilted Photograph, Flight Planning, Concept of Stereoscopic Vision, Analysis of Parallax

## Review Session 7: 17 Topics, 7 VPT hours, 188 MCQ

Basics of Theory of Errors, Principle of Least Square, Determination of Probable Error, Determination of Most Probable Values, Triangular Adjustments, Adjustments of Various Figures, Basic of Astronomy, Co-ordinate Systems, Spherical Trigonometry, Astronomical Triangles, Relationship between Co-ordinates, Measurement of Time, Time Conversion, Corrections, Determination of Azimuth, Determination of Latitudes, Determination of Longitudes

## Review Session 8: 9 Topics, 4 VPT hours, 103 MCQ

Principle of Remote Sensing, EM Radiation and the Atmosphere, Application of Remote Sensing, Geographical Information System (GIS), Global Positioning System (GPS), Determination of Reduced Level of a Point Part-I, Determination of Reduced Level of a Point Part-II, Determination of Height of Elevated Object, Concept of Terrestrial Refraction

Surveying |
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Review Session# |
Topics |
Lesson Hours |
Questions |

1 |
5 |
2 |
56 |

2 |
11 |
7 |
157 |

3 |
10 |
4 |
116 |

4 |
12 |
4 |
131 |

5 |
14 |
6.2 |
161 |

6 |
15 |
6 |
180 |

7 |
17 |
7 |
188 |

8 |
9 |
4 |
103 |

Totals: |
93 |
40.2 |
1092 |

#### Core2Learn

#### Frequently Asked Questions

### Which modules feature in Core2Learn courses?

Most modules summarized below are included in each course:

- Active Learning Module (ALM) teach individual Learning Outcomes. Users self-check their understandjng of concepts with embedded Knowledge Check Questions.
- Summary Quiz (SQ) modules include questions on all ALMs in that Topic.
- Outcome Review modules include brief Notes and Outcome-Review video lesson.
- Virtual Programming Lab (for programming courses only), and Section Programming Quiz – designed like a personal mini hackathon.
- Active Quiz: Guide/Teacher can use AQ to frame PYQs for Review Sessions. They also use various resports and Analytics for effective instructions
- Kaun Banega Lakhpati 1 aid revision of concepts and questions taught in respective Sections.
- StudentQuiz activity lets your create and post new questions to the community, as well as solve the contributed questions.
- Course Mastery display points for completed activities, in each course as well as across all enrolled courses. Feedback and Doubts Forum are also provisioned in each course.
- Certificate of Performance which will show the overall performance in the Course

### How will C2L-Campus be implemented?

Implementation process starts after the Institute and 2Learn finalise the scope and understanding.

- Finalise the Branch, Subjects, Modules, Sessions, mode of delivery, and number of enrolments in respective branches.
- Finalise session flow and components, and measures of success – score, feedback etc.
- Orientation to teachers, who in turn will orient their students
- Bulk enrolment of students and teachers to respective courses.
- kickoff and Rollout.

### Can I reorganise the Review Sessions for C2L-Campus?

For Guided Mode, the Institute can reorganise the scope and composition of Review Sessions as per their conveniece.

Should the content in some sessions appear excessive or lengthy, subject to time and effort availability the Institute Teacher can re-organize them for best outcomes.

### How do I get C2L for my college

Please reach out to us on info@eduneev.in

expressing your interest in these programs. C2L pricing is quite nominal compared to other JRPs

### Is C2L for Diploma and Applied Sciences also?

Nowadays aspirants across several qualification domains and levels compete for the same jobs. It is not uncommon to find BSc, MSc, Diploma, BCA, MCA, B.Tech and MTech aspirants vying for same opportunities. Therefore Core2Learn courses are equally suitable for all students of Engineering and Applied Sciences since the concepts are taught from very basics.

Moreover, students of Diploma and Applied Science could benefit more as they will be able to demonstrate their knowledge depth strategically – they will know more than what is usually expected off them, and therefore gain confidence of the prospective employer.

### What is Section Programming Quiz?

SPQ present a Interactive development Environment to solve 5 ordered or randomly selected coding challenges at Section level. Scores are deducted for incorrect submissions, and reflect in the gradebook

### What is Video Play Time or VPT?

Upon registration in an Access Level a user is allocated certain VPT hours. The count of Allocated, Consumed and Available VPT hours can be viewed in the 2L App or Browser reports.

Videos can be accessed with a valid VPT balance or till the course is active. Users can Top-up their VPT at any time from the Enrolment Options panel above.

### How can I add more VPT Hours?

Plans can be Topped up any time using the Top Up access option. Top Up will add 10 hours of VPT to your existing plan.

### Can I play the content in any browser?

2Learn courses can be accessed via 2Learn mobile app and via browsers on android and windows devices with some restrictions.

- Course modules are configured to be visible in the environment that best supports them.
- 2Learn’s videos are secured to be visible and work only on 2Learn Android-mobile app.
- Quiz modules, Outcome review modules and others can be accessed via 2Learn app as well as normal browsers.
- Simple Games, Reports and Analytics, some blocks, and other activities will be supported on browsers only.
- Chrome browsers are preferred.