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					           SCHOOL OF INSTRUMENTATION, DEVI AHILYA UNIVERSITY,
                KHANDWA ROAD CAMPUS, U. S. I. C. BHAVAN,
                             INDORE-452001
MISSION:
The aim of the School is to provide the facilities for the higher education in Instrumentations to the students,
scholars and scientists. They can avail the facilities for the understanding of the recent and especially thrust
fields of research in the subject [Materials Science, Automation, Process Control, and Instrumentation]. The
objective is to disseminate information on new trends, techniques, and opportunities for students and faculty.
We offer various courses for the students suiting to their different needs. We intend to strengthen research
and teaching collaborations with other scientific organizations for the transfer of knowledge.

        ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES:
The school offers the following programmes.

1.      M. Sc. (Instrumentation)                  Four Semester Full Time Course

2.      M.Tech. (Instrumentation)                 Four Semester Full Time Course

3.      Ph. D. Programme*                         Full Time/Part Time Programme in the fields of
                                                  Research: -
                                                  1. Materials Science.
                                                  2. Materials Synthesis [multilayers, and thin
                                                     films]
                                                  3. Instrumentation.

     *Apply only after approval of concerned faculty members as per UGC guidelines.

        ELIGIBILITY:

      COURSES OFFERED                               BASIC QUALIFICATIONS FOR ADMISSION
1) M. Sc. (Instrumentation)                       B. Sc. / B. Sc. Honors degree with Physics,
                                                  Mathematics, Computer Science, Electronics,
                                                  Instrumentation as major subjects or equivalent
                                                  degree in above subjects with 45% Marks.
2) M. Tech. (Instrumentation)                     B. E. / B. Tech. degree in Biomedical
                                                  Instrumentation/ Chemical/ Computer Science/
                                                  Electronics/     Electrical/     Instrumentation/
                                                  Mechanical engineering with at least 55% marks.
                                                                      OR
                                                  M. Sc. degree in Instrumentation/ Physics/
                                                  Electronics/ Computer Science or equivalent
                                                  degree in above subjects with at least 55%
                                                  Marks.




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3) Ph.D. Programme                            M. Sc. (Instrumentation/ Physics/ Applied
                                              Physics); M. Tech. (Instrumentation/ Electronics)
                                              with at least 55% marks.

NOTE: Candidate whose results are awaited can also apply for provisional admission.

      SELECTION PROCEDURE IN DIFFERENT PROGRAMS:
1. M. Sc. (Instrumentation):
Selections will be based on the basis of the performance in the interview for candidates
possessing first Class degree in graduation. Other candidates have to qualify a screening
test followed by an interview. Number of seats: 30.

2. M. Tech. (Instrumentation)
Selection will be on the basis of the performance in the interview for GATE qualified
candidates. Candidates who do not possess a valid GATE card have to qualify a screening
test followed by an interview. Preference will be given to GATE qualified candidates.
Number of seats: 18 including 05 sponsored seats.

        SCHEDULE FOR ENTRANCE EXAMINATION:
Questions in the test will be objective/short answer type and will be based on the
understanding of the subject. Questions will be drawn from topic covering the subject
material up to the last degree obtained. Applicants must report at School of Instrumentation
for their respective entrance examination as per the following schedule: -


  Academic Programme                   Date             Time          Venue
M. Sc. (Instrumentation)               03 / 7 / 2010    09:00 AM      School of
                                                                      Instrumentation
M. Tech. (Instrumentation)             05 / 7 / 2010    09:00 AM      School of
                                                                      Instrumentation

At the time of admission all the essential (original) documents will be required. Results of
the entrance examination will be declared on the same day. Successful candidate must
deposit the fee on the following day latest by 4:00 P.M. failing which their admission will be
treated as cancelled. The vacant seat will be offered to the students in the waiting list.
FEES STRUCTURE:
  M. Sc. (Instrumentation)     I Sem / III Sem: Rs. 13540/10540    II Sem / IV Sem: Rs. 9900
 M. Tech. (Instrumentation)*   I Sem / III Sem: Rs. 13540/10540    II Sem / IV Sem:Rs. 9900




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Note: - an additional fee of Rs. 3,000/- has to be paid by sponsored candidates* in all four
semesters. All fees are subject to the revision as directed by the University from time to
time.

For further details and facilities available at School of Instrumentation, please visit
the website www.dauniv.ac.in and scroll “School of Instrumentation”. The application
form should be treated as your call letter for entrance test. No further intimation
will be given for the same.

HOW TO APPLY:
Procedure for online submission of Application Forms
                      Apply through online at https://mponline.gov.in
The student can directly visit the site for online application form submission through credit
card or visit the nearest kiosk (cyber café) authorized by M. P. online for the same. The
kiosk will charge in cash, a processing fee of Rs. 50/- as approved by government over and
above the application form fee of Rs. 400/- charged by the University. In all, the student will
have to pay Rs. 450/- to the authorized kiosk (cyber café) for submission of a single
application form. The student can refer the site https://mponline.gov.in for the list of kiosks
authorized for form submission.
                                             OR
Application forms for M. Sc. (Instrumentation), M. Tech. (Instrumentation) programmes can
be obtained by sending a Demand Draft of Rs. 400/- drawn in favour of the Registrar, Devi
Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya – Indore, payable at INDORE. Kindly enclose one A4 self
addressed, stamped envelope [as per the norms of Post Office please affix stamp].

Applications duly completed in all respect, must reach by June 25th, 2010 at the following
address:
               The Head
               School of Instrumentation,
               Devi Ahilya University, Khandwa Road Campus,
               U. S. I. C. Bhavan, Indore-452001.
               Tel: +91-731-2462228
               E-mail: head.sinst@dauniv.ac.in
               University website: www.dauniv.ac.in

NOTE: APPPLICATION FORM FOR THE DIFFERENT COURSES RUN BY SCHOOL OF
INSTRUMENTATION CAN ALSO BE DOWNLOADED FROM THE UNIVERSITY
WEBSITE.


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Price Rs: 400/-                                                No._____________

                  DEVI AHILYA VISHWAVIDYALAYA, INDORE
                          Website: www.dauniv.ac.in
            Admission into University Department/School/ Institute

                                APPLICATION FORM FOR
                                  M. Sc. / M.Tech. Programme
                                                                          Attested
                                  ACADEMIC SESSION 2010−12
                                                                           Photo

1. School/Institute   Name: SCHOOL OF INSTRUMENTATION

2. Name of the Program Applied:   M. Sc. / M.Tech in INSTRUMENTATION

3. Category- Unreserved/ SC/ST/OBC...............................Sex…………..…….…………
   (Attach Photocopy of proof except Unreserved)

4. GATE Details- Discipline:……………………..Percentile……………Year……………….………...….

5. For Sponsored candidates only:
   i) Experience in year and months after qualifying examination:…………………………….………....
  ii) Whether applying for Part / Full time: ……...…………………………………………………………..

I- Personal Information
1. Name in (CAPITAL LETTERS)……………………………………………....................

2. Father’s Name (CAPITAL LETTERS)…………………………………………………….

3. Mother’s Name (CAPITAL LETTERS)……………………………………………………

4. Blood Group…………………………………..                      ......……………………………........

5. Date of Birth……………………………………………………………….................

6. Address-Permanent………………………………………………………………………………………

                             ……………………………………………………………………………………….

7. Address-Correspondence ……………………………………….........................…….
8. Email-id……… …………………………………………………………………..........
9. Telephone Nos. …………….………………………………………………..…..........
   (Office /Residence/ Mobile)
10. Nationality…………………………………………………………………………….




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II Academic and Professional Information
1. Education qualifications (Enclose attested copies of mark sheets / certificates)
   Class      Board/University     Year        Division  % of Marks /          Subjects
                                                            Grades




2. Professional Experience (To be filled by Sponsored Candidates only)
Enclose the Experience Certificate (s)
   Organization       Period of working       Experience in Years and              Nature of Job
                    From               To             Months




Total Experience

                        Declaration and Undertaking by the Candidate
       I solemnly declare that information provided above me is true to the best of my
knowledge. I fully understand that any false information/enclosure shall lead to the
cancellation of my candidature/admission.
       I state that I am aware that ragging in any form is banned in the university and do
hereby undertake not to indulge in any form of ragging during the course of my study at
D.A.V.V., Indore.

Place:

Date:                                                   Signature of the candidate
           Forwarding Note and No Objection Certificate by Sponsoring Organization

This is to certify that Shri/ Smt. / Ku…………………………………………….is working
as……………………………….................... in our institute /organization. His / her application is
being forwarded for admission to……………………………………. programme of your
university as full time/part time candidate.
   a) In case of his /her full time admission, our institute /organization has no objection on
      sparing him/her for 24 months for the PG programme.
   b) In case of his/her part time admission, our organization has no objection on his/her
      attending the classes/lab sessions as per the timetable of your PG programme.
    c) In case of admission he /she shall abide by rules of the university during the course of study.

Date:

Name of Organization & Seal                            Signature of Sponsoring Authority



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Aims and Objectives:
    •   To improve academic achievement of students.
    •   To bring quality in education.
    •   To enrich and reinforce learned content.
    •   To provide additional and recent technological content to students and
        teachers. [Automation, Process Control, Instrumentation]
    •   To disseminate information on new trends, techniques, opportunities for
        students and teachers.
    •   To save time, money, and human resources.
    •   To strengthen research and teaching collaborations with other scientific
        organizations for the transfer of knowledge.
    •   To trained students in Research and Development laboratory of
        National repute/ Industries with effective infrastructure and technical
        support.
    •   Accountability and auditing of existing resources.


Courses offered:


M. Sc. (Instrumentation): Intake 30 students.
M. Tech. (Instrumentation) AICTE approved: Intake 18 students.
Ph. D. (Instrumentation): Apply only after approval of concerned faculty
members as per UGC guidelines.




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                                   0RDINANCE − 31
        (Approved by Coordination Committee meeting held on 26.06.2006)

              Academic Programmes of School of Studies/ Institute/
                   Central University Teaching Departments

I.    An Ordinance to promote development of autonomous 80S/Institute/Centre/UTD as
      per U.G.C. guidelines. Here after it is referred as UTD.
II.   Notwithstanding any thing contained in any other statutes, ordinances, regulation etc.
      the provisions of this ordinance will be applicable hereinafter.
      1. The UTD of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya will be responsible for Instituting,
          Planning, Monitoring, Assessing and modifying their educational programmes. The
          Faculty members of the concerned UID will take all decision.
      2. Subject to the approval of Vice-Chancellor, Standing Committee of Academic
          Council, Executive Council, new programmes and courses will be INSTITUTED
          with the help of the Faculty members of concerned UTD. The existing programmes
          may be modified by the UTD.
      3. Head of a concerned UTD will ADMIT students into different programmes as per
          the criteria evolved by the UTD/ University / Government.
      4. 1. (a) The Semester will consist of 18 weeks and a Trimester of 12 weeks. One
                hour of Lecture/Tutorial per week for one semester will constitute ONE
                credit. In case of Trimester one hour Lecture/Tutorial per week for one
                Trimester will correspond to 2/3 Credit.
            (b) One hour per week of Laboratory work for One Semester will constitute
                1/2 credit, where as in Trimester one hour per week for One Trimester
                correspond to 1/3 credit.
      4.2. The concerned UTD must workout the Valid Credits for each programme at
            the rate of 52 Credits per year.
      5. A typical programme in a SEMESTER CONSISTS of 12- 15 credits of lecture/
          tutorial and 12-15 credits of laboratory I project work. A load of about 26 credits
          shall be completed on an average in one semester. A Full time student is required
          to obtain NECESSARY NUMBER OF CREDITS IN three years or less for a FOUR
          semester programme and one and a half year for a two semester course. Core
          (compulsory) and Elective (Optional) courses may be prescribed by concerned
          DID.
      6. A student will be eligible for degree on completion of 52 VALID CREDITS per year
          provided he I she does not have F Grade in any of offered courses.
      7. (a) The GRADING will be made on a 8 point scale: A+ at 10, A at 9, B+ at 8, B at
          7, C+ at 6, C at 5, D at 4 and F at 2 in the FIRST Attempt. In the repeated Second
          Attempt the 8 point scale will be: A+ at 9, A at 8, B+ at 7, B at 6, C+ at 5, C at 4, D
          at 3 and F at 2.
          (b) During the semester, a teacher will ASSESS each student at THREE
          points of time. Of these, TWO must be written tests and the third may be
          written test/ Quiz / Seminar for theoretical courses. The mode of
          assessment of laboratory work will be through day-to-day practical. In each


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            course, there shall be End Semester Exam. Each student has to appear in at
            least Two Tests and End Semester Exam; otherwise, the student will be
            awarded F - Grade in that course.
            (c) Tests will be essential part of evaluation system. These tests will be
            conducted regularly. In case a teacher is absent or not available, the
            Head of UTD will make ALTERNATE ARRANGEMENTS for regular
            completion of examination work. In general, assessment of courses
            involves usual marking in the first instance. Marks of each candidate
            obtained in tests, quizzes, etc. and End Semester Exam for a course
            be totaled and TRANSFORMED into PERCENTAGES. For computing
            PERCENTAGE, out of THREE Assessments best TWO will be considered
            along with the End Semester Exam marks.
       (d) For each course, out of 100 marks, 60 marks will be for the End Semester
       Exam & 20 marks for each assessment
       (e) These TRANSFORMED SCORES will be converted into grade as follows:
Grade Point
          Transformed Score             Grade        First Attempt       Repeated Attempt
             ≥ 90.00%                     A+                   10                 9
      .     ≥ 80.00 % but < 90.00%         A                    9                  8
            ≥ 70.00 % but < 80.00%         B+                   8                  7
            ≥ 60.00 % but < 70.00%         B                    7                  6
            ≥ 50.00 % but < 60.00%         C+                   6                  5
            ≥ 40.00 % but < 50.00%         C                    5                  4
            ≥ 30.00 % but < 40.00%         D                    4                  3
               < 30.00%                    F                    2                  2

         (f) If any student obtains F Grade in any course, she/he is treated to have failed in
         the course. He / She have to reappear in tests and End Semester Exam of the
         failed course as and when it is offered or as per Clause 5 of this Ordinance. Only
         one additional chance will be given.
         (g) However, a teacher must design assessment procedures which show
         REASONABLE DISCRIMINATION in the given set of scores. It implies that a
         considerable part of the test will be PROBLEM ORIENTED (and not merely
         essay or reproduction of text).
      8. The CUMULATIVE GRADE POINT AVERAGE is defined as CGPA = Sum
         (ni.xi)/swn(ni), where ni is the number of credits in the ith course and (xi) is
         indicative of grade (A+ = 10, A= 9, B+ = 8, B= 7, C+ = 6, C = 5, D = 4, F = 2 in the
         FIRST Attempt while in the REPEATED Attempt A+ = 9, A= 8, B+ = 7, B= 6, C+ =
         5, C = 4, D = 3, F = 2), it should include all credits completed by that date, actual
         credits including Comprehensive Viva - Voce Credits have to be taken into



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          account in the calculation of SGPA / CGPA.
      9. For a ONE -YEAR PROGRAMME, the GRADUATING GRADE POINT AVERAGE
          is determined on the basis of best of 52 Actual Credits PLUS 8 Virtual Credits
          totaling 60. For a TWO - YEAR PROGRAMME, the GRADUATING GRADE
          POINT AVERAGE is determined on the basis of best of 104 Actual Credits PLUS
          16 Virtual Credits totaling 120. For a THREE YEAR PROGRAMME, the
          GRADUATING GRADE POINT A VERAGE is determined on the basis of best of
          156 Actual Credits PLUS 24 Virtual Credits totaling 180 and so on.
      10. The FINAL DEGREE should indicate the Division obtained.
                Division                                       GGPA
                1st Division with Distinction                  >= 8.00
                1st Division                                   >= 6.20 BUT < 8.00
                Fail                                           >= 4.75 BUT < 6.20
                There will be no THIRD DIVISION                less than 4.75
      11. If SGPA I CGPA of any student falls below 4.00 any time, the student is asked to
          leave the programme. He may be eligible for re-admission as a fresh, student.
      12. (a) REPETITION of a course is allowed ONLY to those candidates who FAIL in it
          and their SGPA / CGPA does not fall below 4.00. A course can be REPEATED BY
          T AKINO IT WHEN OFFERED, or in next semester by taking the UTD arranged
          sessional work, major and minor tests, quiz, homework etc.
          (b) On account of valid reasons, a student may WITHDRAW FROM a
          semester/course. The UTD may allow such a student to register in the subsequent
          semester whenever it is offered by the concerned UTD. A LABORATORY course
          has to be repeated, when offered. This will be applicable to 12a, 12b, 12c only.
      13. EVALUATION will be internal with feedback system i.e. marked answer
          books will be shown to the students for perusal and will be collected back
          for records by the teacher upto the end of that semester.
      14. The decision of the teacher regarding the evaluation and the grade shall be final.
          However, REEVALUA TION is allowed only if:
          • The prescribed fee is paid to the university,
          • The candidate applies through the Head within 5 days of the declaration of the
             grade of the course concerned.
          • Assessment mode is written for that course/activity. A Board reviews the case.
          • Revision of the grades is accepted both in the increasing and decreasing
             directions. Revaluation is effective only if the grade changes.
      15. The PRACTICALS will be continuously evaluated through out the semester(s)
          experiment by experiment/ activity by activity and will be shown separately for
          grading purposes.
      16. At the end of each Semester, assessment of Project / Practical examination will
         be conducted by a BOARD of at least TWO examiners. One of these
         examiners will not be connected with the Practical / Project work.
      17. Dissertation will be assessed by ONE EXTERNAL Examiner to be appointed
         by the Vice-Chancellor and the Supervising Teacher / the Examiner
         appointed by the Head of UTD.


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      18. (a) At the end of a semester, a COMPREHENSIVE VIVA-VOCE Examination for
         theory and practical will be conducted by the Board of 4 members, at least
         ONE of whom shall be external. The Vice-Chancellor will appoint the external
         members in consultation with Head/Chairman Evaluation Unit or Concerned
         UTD. Three will form a quorum. Head/Chairman Evaluation Unit or
         Concerned UTD will coordinate the comprehensive viva voce. The grades
         awarded in the viva-voce shall be shown separately. The board shall also
         review the Standard of Courses, Teaching, Assignments, and Assessment
         and shall give its opinion in writing to the Head and the Vice-Chancellor.
         Amount of Rs. 500/-, shall be paid to each of the External & Internal examiners by
         concerned UTD for Comprehensive Viva-Voce examinations.
         (b) In case of LARGE NUMBER OF STUDENTS there may be as many Boards as
         necessary with at least TWO MEMBERS IN EACH board.
         (c) FOUR VIRTUAL credits will be allotted to the general viva-voce at the end of
         each semester. These credits will be taken into account in the calculations of both
         CGPA and Graduation Grade Point Average (GGPA).

      19. The MARK SHEET will be PREPARED in triplicate by the UTD:
          (a) One will be sent to Registrar and collected at the end of subsequent semester
          for entries and returned to the Registrar.
          (b) Second will be given to the candidate and updated every semester.
          (c) Third will be retained by the UTD.

      20. In the MARK SHEET the following information should be given:
          (a) Grades obtained in different courses
          (b) Semester Grade Point Average
          (c) Cumulative Grade Point Average
          (d) Graduating Grade Point Average (after the requirements are completed).

      21. All the UTD will manage their own EXAMINATION EXPENDITURE within the
         available income of 90% of their respective examination fees.

      22. In case any dispute arises regarding interpretation of these rules or in giving effect
         to the provisions of this Ordinance the matter shall be referred to the Vice
         Chancellor whose decision thereon will be final.

      23. The conversion of G.G.P.A. in to percentage will be as follow to facilitate its
      application in other matter: "Percentage marks = 8.1 + 8.4 X GGPA"
      The above relation leads to the following table (which should serve as the rational of
      this relation).
            G. G. P. A.                     Percentage
            4.75                            48% (II Division) 60.18%
            6.2                             60% (I Division)
            8.0                             75.3% (I Division with Distinction)
24. "Ordinance No. 31 will supercede all other Ordinances in matter covered by it".




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               Course structure for M. Tech. (Instrumentation)
LEGEND: The numbers that appear at the end of each course title 3, 4, 6, 8, etc.
indicate the credits and contact hours per week. Theory courses as of four (three)
credits are to be covered in 45 (34) lectures each of one hour in a semester.
        SCHEME OF EXAMINATION: TWO-YEAR (4 SEMESTER) COURSE
FIRST SEMESTER
   IS-701     Computer Programming and Numerical Techniques                   3
   IS-703     Control System Engineering                                      3
   IS-705     Analytical Instrumentation                                      4
   IS-707     Microprocessor based system design-I                            3
   IS-709     Industrial Electronics                                          3
   IS-711     Industrial Transducer                                           3
   IS-713     Engineering Mathematics                                         3
   IS-715     Minor Project                                                   2
   IS-717     Instrument Technology Lab-I                                     8
   IS-719     Comprehensive Viva-Voce                                         4
                                                    Total Credits:            36
SECOND SEMESTER
   IS-702     Computer Networks                                               3
   IS-704     Process control and Industrial automation                       4
   IS-706     Semiconductor Device and Fabrication                            4
   IS-708     Micro-controller based system design -II                        4
   IS-710     Bio-Medical Instrumentation                                     4
   IS-712     Optical and Fiber-optic based Instrumentation                   4
   IS-714     Computer Graphics and Computer aided Instrument design          3
   IS-716     Digital Signal Processing                                       3
   IS-718     Instrument Technology Lab-II                                    8
   IS-720     Seminar                                                         2
   IS-722     Comprehensive Viva-Voce                                         4
                                                    Total Credits:            36
   ELECTIVES: One from each group: IS- 710 or IS-712 and IS-714 or IS -716
THIRD SEMESTER (12 Credits)
   IS-801     Project cum Training
              Mid term evaluation                                             8
              Comprehensive Viva voce – III                                   4
                                                    Total Credits:            12
FOURTH SEMESTER (36 Credits)
   IS-802     Final Project
              Project evaluation                                              20
              Project presentation                                            12
              Comprehensive Viva voce – IV                                    04
                                                    Total Credits:            36
Total Credits: 36 (Sem. I) + 36 (Sem. II) + 12 (Sem. III) + 36 (Sem. IV)= 120



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                 SYLLABUS OF M. Tech. INSTRUMENTATION

SEMESTER - I
IS–701 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING & NUMERICAL TECHNIQUES                          03 Credits
Elementary computer organization. Introduction to number systems. Representation of
integer. Real and characters on computer. Concept of range and accuracy. Algorithm
development. The programming language- C++. Functions. Class. Objects. Inheritance.
Operator overloading. Polymorphism. Control statements. Array and pointers. Structures
and unions. Computer implementation of algorithms for linear programming. Quadratic
programming. Numerical differentiation and integration.
Recommended Books:
1. Programming with C++ – Y. Kanitkar
2. C++ for C programmer – I. Phol
3. Computer system Architecture – M. Mano

IS – 703 CONTROL SYSTEM ENGINEERING                                              03 Credits
Mathematical modeling of physical systems. Feed characteristics of control systems.
Control system components. Time response analysis. Stability. Frequency response and
state-space analysis. Principle of automatic control. Overview of different types of
controllers. Control hardware: Relays, Switches, Actuators, Stepper motors, Valves etc.
Recommended Books:
1. Stepper Motors and control system – B. C. Kuo.
2. Control system design – B. C. Kuo.
3. Modern Control Engineering – K. Ogata.

IS – 705 ANALYTICAL INSTRUMENTATION                                                 04 Credits
Principles, design aspect and application of analytical instruments such as: Absorption
spectrometry (UV, Visible, IR), Mass spectrometry, Mossbauer, NMR, ESR, NDP
spectrometry, X – ray absorption, Fluorescence and diffractometric techniques, electron
microscope and microprobe, EXAFS, ESCA, and Auger techniques, Chromatography and
calorimetric. Instrumentation to thermo-physical and transport properties of matter. DTA,
DSC and pH meters. Vacuum measurement.
Recommended Books:
1. Instrumental methods of analysis – H. W. Willard, L. L. Merritt, J. A. Dean, F. A. Settle
2. Instrument Engineers Handbook – B. G. Liptak.
3. Handbook of Analytical Instrumentation – R. S. Khandpurkar

IS – 707 MICROPROCESSOR BASED SYSTEM DESIGN – I                               03 Credits
Overview of 8-bit microprocessor, architecture, addressing modes, memory devices and
addressing techniques. Architecture of 16-bit microprocessor, memory segmentation,
pipelining, addressing modes. Peripheral devices, interrupt controller, DMA controller,
Keyboard and display controller, A/DC and D/AC interfacing, Microprocessor based system
design – case studies, programming techniques, assembly level, high level programming.
Debugging tools, logic state analyzer, emulators, assembler, interpreters, compilers,
monitor programmes. Some practical applications.



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Recommended Books:
1. Microprocessor Architecture, programming and applications –R. S. Gaonkar.
2. Microprocessor and Microcomputer based system design – M. Rafiquzzaman
3. The 8088 and 8086 Microprocessors – Atari Singh, W. A. Triebel.
4. Microprocessors and Interfacing – D. A. Hall

IS – 709 INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS                                                      03 Credits
Design and application of analog signal conditioning modules, I/V, V/I, V/V converters,
active filters, Butterworth, Chebyshav, elliptical, tunable filters, Instrumentation amplifiers,
V/F and F/V converters, Logarithm and Anti-logarithm amplifiers, multipliers, Sequential
logic, Data converters and special devices as signal conditioners. Four layer devices,
Power transistor, Characteristics, Triggering techniques, Commutation circuits, Thyrister
controlled power rectifiers, Inverters, converters, Chopper circuits, Speed control of AC /
DC motors, PAM, PWM techniques, Soft starting techniques, Single phase and three
phase un – interrupted power supplies, Heat sink design.
Recommended Books:
1. Electronic circuits – D. Tietze, Ch. Schenk
2. Power Supplies – I. M. Gottlieb.
3. Semiconductor circuit approximation – A. P. Malvino.
4. Industrial control Handbook – B. Butterworth.

IS – 711 INDUSTRIAL TRANSDUCERS                                                     03 Credits
Transducer fundamentals: Transducer terminology, Principles, Design and performance
characteristics, criteria for transducer selection, static and dynamic characteristics,
Identification of sensor parameters. Resistive transducers, Inductive transducers,
Capacitive transducers, Piezo-electric transducers, Semiconductor and other sensing
devices. Displacement transducers, Tachometers & velocity transducers, Accelerometers
and gyros, strain gauges, force and torque transducers, flow meters and level sensor,
pressure transducers, Sound and Ultra sonic transducers. Phototubes and Photo diodes,
Photo-voltaic and Photo-conductive cells, Photo emission, Photo electromagnetic
detectors, Pressure actuators, Photo electronic detectors, Design and operation of optical
detectors, Detector characteristics, Different optical fiber sensors, Bio-sensors etc. Angular
and linear encoders, Radar, Laser and Sonar, Distance measurement. Viscometers and
Densitometers. Elements of soft sensing and smart sensors, intelligent sensors.
Recommended Books:
1. Measurement Systems: Application and design – E. O. Doeblin.
2. Principles of Industrial Instrumentation – D. Patranabis.
3. Instrumentation; Devices and systems – C. S. Rangan, G. R. Sharma, and V. S. V.
   Mani.
4. Industrial control Handbook – E. A. Parr.

IS – 713 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS                                                      03 Credits
Ordinary differential equations, Linear and non-linear differential equations, Partial
differential equations and its applications to circuit theory and control. Fuzzy logic
concepts, Mathematical analysis of uncertainties. Numerical techniques for the solution of
differential equations, integral equations, partial differential equations. Linear programming



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and optimization techniques. Finite differences, Difference equations and Z – transform.
Laplace transforms.
Recommended Books:
1. Higher Engineering Mathematics – B. S. Grewal.
2. Engineering mathematics Vol. I and II – A. J. M. Spencer, A. H. England, J. T. Holden.
3. Fuzzy sets, Uncertainties and information – G. J. Klir, T. A. Folger.
4. Advanced Engineering Mathematics – Erwin Kreyszing.

IS-715 MINOR PROJECT                                                          02 Credits
The minor project is essential based on the performance and skill developed by students
on the subjects taught and others area of direct academic interest.

IS – 717 INSTRUMENT TECHNOLOGY LAB – I                                            08 Credits
The laboratory will essentially support the subject taught in the first semester courses. It
will consist of experiments on: Study and characterization of transducers used for
measurement of different physical variables. Study of different circuit design experiments,
electronic components and subsystems, design and simulation of amplifiers, filters, drive
systems. Study of mechanisms and mechanical components frequently used in
instruments. Microprocessors and microprocessor based system design, Computer
programming. Experiments and practice on analytical instruments. The structure of the
experiments is designed to impart familiarity with various subsystems of a measurement
system. The list of experiments follows:
(A) Industrial Transducer
1. To study characteristics of IC - Temperature sensor.
2. To study characteristics of platinum RTD Temperature sensor.
3. To study characteristics of NTC Thermister.
4. To study characteristics of NTC bridge circuit.
5. To study characteristics of K- Type thermocouple.
6. To experimentally realize a temperature controlled alarm system (INC).
7. To experimentally realize a temperature controlled alarm system (NTC Bridge).
8. To study characteristics of filament lamp.
9. To study characteristics of photovoltaic cell.
10. To study characteristics of photoconductive cell.
11. To study characteristics of PIN photodiode.
12. To study characteristics of phototransistor.
13. To study optically controlled switching system.
14. To study stress - strain relationship with strain gauge trainer kit.
15. To study displacement measurement using LVDT.

Recommended Books:
1. Measurement Systems: Application and design – E. O. Doeblin.
2. Principles of Industrial Instrumentation – D. Patranabis.
3. Instrumentation; Devices and systems – C. S. Rangan, G. R. Sharma, and V. S. V.
   Mani.
4. Industrial control Handbook – E. A. Parr B.
5. Sensors and Transducers- D. Patranabis



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(B) Experiments related to Electronics Design Laboratory
1. Study the op - amps in terms of. I C 741
       (a) Input offset voltage, current and output offset voltage
       (b) Nullification of offset output voltage
       (c) Common mode rejection ratio
       (d) Slew rate
       (e) Comparison of practical and ideal frequency response
2. Design following filters and study their response
       (a) Low pass Butterworth filter with a roll off - 40dB/ decade
       (b) Low pass Butterworth filter with a roll off -60dB/decade
       (c) High pass Butterworth filter with roll off of -40dB/decade
       (d) High pass Butterworth filter with roll off of - 60dB/ decade
       (e) All pass filter of unity and output lagging by 90o with respect to input to input
       (f) Second order Butterworth filter with a cut off frequency of 500Hz and pass band
       gain of-2 using MF-5 universal active filter
3. Realize a non-inverting voltage level detector with hystersis using IC 30I. Modify it for
     independent adjustment of hystersis and center voltage.
4. Design an electronic thermometer from temperature transducer (AD 590). Calibrate it
     for (a) Celsius (b) Fahrenheit scale.
5. Using OP-07 devise basic differential amplifier. Use it to design instrumentation
     amplifier such that following features are attained: a) Setting of voltage gain by single
     resistor, and b) Input impedance of terminals be high and shall not vary with variation
     of gain. Use the amplifier so designed for the measurement of strain cantilever beam
     in the set up provided in the Laboratory.
6. Devise temperature to voltage converter using IC 741 and use it to measure
     temperature range from 25 o C to 50 o C.
7. Implement a Schmitt trigger using IC741.Draw V0 vs Vin plot of the hystersis voltage.
8. Design frequency multiplier NE 565 and transistor Q1 2N33N1.
9. Design frequency to voltage and voltage to frequency converter using Teledyne 9400
     series IC.
10. Design a voltage series feedback amplifier (i) acting as a buffer, and (ii) having closed
     loop gain 10. Study effect of feedback on: (a) Input impedance, (b) Output impedance,
     (c) Bandwidth of the Op-amp.
11. Design a voltage series feedback amplifier using having closed loop gain of – 10.
     Study effect of feedback on (a) Input impedance (b) output impedance (c) Bandwidth
     of the OP - Amp
12. Design a differentiator circuit to differentiate an input signal of amplitude IV (sinusoidal
     and square wave). Plot the input and output signal as observed on CRD screen using
     tracing paper.
13. Design an integrator circuit to integrate (a) sinusoidal wave of amplitude IV, (b) square
     wave of amplitude IV. Plot the input and output signal as observed on CRO screen
     using tracing paper.

Recommended Books:
1. Microprocessor Architecture, programming and applications –R. S. Gaonkar.
2. Microprocessor and Microcomputer based system design – M. Rafiquzzaman
3. Microprocessors and Interfacing – D. A. Hall


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(C) Computer programming in C++
     Some of the suggestive C++-programs:
    1. Write a program that reads a number and computes the first perfect square larger than this number.
    2. Write a program that will ask you for an integer, an operator, and a one more integer. Then
        depending upon the operator, it gives the result. Your program should be able to handle ‘+’, ‘-’, ‘*’, ‘/’
        and ‘%’ operators.
    3. Write a program to calculate the sum of an algebraic series.
    4. Write a program to define a function and to calculate.
    5. Create a Complex class that includes a function capable of handling addition of two objects of type
        Complex.
    6. What is operator overloading? Overload ‘/’ operator in the above Class.
    7. Estimate the derivative of a polynomial function using difference formula with the step size 0.5.
    8. Write a function to implement the differentiation.
    9. Write a program to integrate the function using composite trapezoidal rule.
    10. Explain structures using an example.
Recommended Books:
1. Object oriented programming in Turbo C++ – R. Lafore
(D) Microprocessor
     Some of the suggestive programs
1. Write a program for the addition, subtraction, and multiplication of two 16-bit numbers.
2. Write a program for the division of two 8-bit numbers.
3. Write a 8086 assembly language program to multiply 32 bit hex with 16 bit hex.
(E) Workshop
Lathe machine: Introduction to lathe machine, main components, types, main operations
as centering of work piece, plain turning, facing, step turning, taper turning, knurling and
grooving.
Shaper machine: Introduction to shaper machine, main components, types, main
operations as flat surfacing, grooving on shaper machine, tee slot and angular cutting.
Milling machine: Introduction to milling machine, main components, types, main
operations as plane surfacing, grooving, key wave cutting, angular cutting and gear cutting.
Radial drilling machine: Introduction to drilling machine, main components, types, main
operations as different size of hole and counter sinking, size of drill Bit, main parts and
materials of drill Bit.
Power saw machine: Introduction to power saw machine, main components, types, and
main operations as cutting raw materials.
Welding machine: Introduction to welding machine, main components, types, main
operations as single, joint, but-joint and gas welding.
Carpentry workshop: Introduction to carpentry, main components, types and main
operations.
Engineering drawing: Introduction to engineering drawing, geometrical constructions,
third angle method, design for job for lathe, shaper machine.
Recommended Books:
1. Elements of workshop technology, Vol. II, S. K. Hajra Choudhary, S. K. Bose, A. K.
    Hajra Choudhary, and S. C. Bhattacharya, Media promoters and Pub. Pvt. Ltd. 1964.
2. Engineering drawing, N. D. Bhatt, Charotar Publishing House, Anand India, 1993.
3. Machine drawing, N. D. Bhatt, Charotar Publishing House, Anand India, 1993.
4. Geometrical and Machine drawing, N. D. Bhatt, Charotar Publishing House, Anand
    India, 1993.



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                                      SEMESTER - II

IS -702 COMPUTER NETWORK                                                         03 Credits
Basic needs of networking vs communication, remote processing network, topologies; OSI
and other reference models, models, design aspects of physical layer, data link, medium
access sublayer, network layer and transport layers, protocols like TCP/IP. Introduction to
LAN, WAN, Internet, Intranet, Internetworking, fragmentation, routing algorithms, Client
Server model, Carrier sense networks, Contention based media access control, token
passing techniques, Domain Name System.
Recommended Books:
1. Computer Network - Tananbaum
2. Internetworking with TCP/IP Vol. I, II, III -D.E. Comer, P. L. Stennens

IS-704 PROCESS CONTROL AND AUTOMATION                                                 04 Credits
Introduction to process Control, elements of process loop, Controller principles: Hydraulic,
Pneumatic, electric and electronic controllers, digital control principles, final control
systems, control loop characteristics, Complex, control systems, Industrial telemetric
techniques, pneumatic indicators, transmitters, indicating controllers. Analog controller,
Digital Controller, Microprocessor and personal computer based controller. Case studies if
industrial automation applied to some core sector industries, pH control, level Control,
boiler control, mixing control, ratio control, Smith oreditor, soft computing techniques.
Recommended Books:
1. Digital Control Systems Vol. I and II - R. Isermann
2. Industrial Control Handbook Vol. II and III - E.A. Perr
3. Process/ Industrial Instruments and Controls handbook - D.M. Considine
4. Process Control Instrumentation and Technology - C.D. Johnson

IS -706 SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES AND FABRICATION                                  04 Credits
Semiconductor materials: Growth, characterization. Device Design (Discrete as well as
IC's): diodes, transistors, Optoelectronic device, integrated circuits, and MOS devices.
Semiconductor Technology: Diffusion, Ion Implantation, photolithography, metallisation,
etching, packaging. Hybrid integrated Circuits, Thin/ thick film technology, Testing and
characterization.
Recommended Books:
1. VLSI design - S. M. Sze

IS -708 MICROCONTROLLER BASED SYSTEM DESIGN                                      04 Credits
8-bit and 16-bit micro - controllers, architecture, device, signal level timings and state
analysis, programming modules, instruction sets, addressing models, programmed I/O
interrupt systems, operation under synchronous and asynchronous modes, microcomputer
based system programming techniques, micro controller based system, case studies.
Recommended books:
1. 8-bit and 16 bit micro controller- Intel Corp, Ltd.
2. Microcontroller 8051 Ayala
3. Microcontroller- Tabak



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IS-710 BIO MEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION                                             04 Credits
Basic components of bio-medical instruments, bio-electric signals and recording
electrodes, transducers, recording display devices, patient care and monitoring system,
cardiovascular measurements - blood pressure, blood flow, stroke volume. Output, heart
sounds etc. Instrumentation for respiratory and nervous system, Analysis of EEG, ECG,
EMG, EOG and action potentials - Non - invasive measurements -temperature,
measurements, motor response, analysis etc. Biofeedback, clinical laboratory instrument,
x-ray diagnosis, recent advances in bio-medical instrumentation Microprocessor based
systems, Laser and optical fiber based systems.
Recommended Books:
1. Bio medical Instrumentation and Measurements - L. Cromwell, F. J. Weibels, E. A.
     Pfeiffer.
2. Medical Physics - J. R. Cameron, J. G. Skofronick.

IS-712 OPTCS AND LASER BASED INSTRUMENTATION                                      04 Credits
Design of optical instruments, lenses and their imaging characteristics, Laser: Properties
and applications holography and Speckle based techniques, their applications is non-
destructive testing and evaluation. Fiber Optics components, sources, filters, optical fiber
design characteristics, multiplexing techniques, detectors, classification of optical fibers,
design parameters, technology of fiber productions, source and detector interfacing
techniques, Application of optic fiber based systems: Telecommunication, instrumentation,
Fiber-optic sensors; Opto- electronic devices and their applications.
Recommended Books:
1. Optical Shop testing – Malacara.
2. Fiber Optics and Opto- Electronics – Cheo.
3. Optical workshop Technology -R. Hardayanath.
4. Optical Fiber Communication - J. M. Senior.
5. Optical Signal Processing - P. K. Das.
6. Fundamentals of Opto- Electronics - C. R. Pollock.

IS 714 COMPUTER AIDED INSTRUMENT DESIGN AND GRAPHICS                            03 Credits
Generation of dots, lines area and polygons; colour Graphics, shads and levels, Image
transformation windowing and clipping; 2D and 3D graphics languages and compliers.
Circuit analysis and design, review of signals and systems in time and frequency domain,
Fourier transform; Laplace transform, transfer function, response plots, Use of spice
models for analog circuits analysis, Digital circuits simulation.
Recommended Books:
1. Computer Graphics - S. Harrington
2. Computer Graphics - D. Hearn and M.P. Baker
3. P- Spice: A guide to circuit simulation and analysis using P Spice- P.W. Tuinenga.

IS 716 DIGITAL SIGNALS PROCESSING                                               03 Credits
Discrete time signals and systems, Z- transforms, structure for digital filters, Design
procedure for FIR and IIR filters. Frequency transformation: Linear phase design. Errors in
digital filtering. Methods for fast computation of DFT including FFT, NIT and WTFA, Noise
analysis for digital filtering, Hardware consideration.



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Recommended Books:
1. Digital Signal Processing - A. V. Oppenheim and R. W. Shafter
2. Theory and Application of digital signal processing - L. R. Rabiner and B. Gold
3. Introduction to digital filters - A. Antonian
4. Signals and Systems: Continuous and Discrete- R. E. Zimer

IS -718 INSTRUMENT TECHNOLOGY LAB- II                                              8 Credits
The laboratory will support the subjects taught in the second semester course. It will
consist of experiments on: Computer simulation and design of instrument subsystem,
dynamic analysis, study of optical instruments, interferometers and laser based
instruments, experiments on optical techniques, study of bio- medical instruments, digital
simulation of signals, computer analysis of circuit theory with the help of SPICE and design
of circuits with ORCAD, interfacing and programming of micro controllers, study testing and
calibration methods for instruments. The structure of experiments is designed to impart
familiarity with various subsystems of an instrumentation setup. The subsystems may
consist of a detector - transducer, signal conditioner, a level /power amplifier, display
actuator/final control element.

Fiber optics
1.    To study the set up of 650 nm fiber optic analog link and study relation ship between
      input and output signal.
2.    To study the set up of 650 nm fiber optic digital link and study relation ship between
      input and output signal.
3.    To achieve analog modulation of the analog signal, its transmission over fiber optics
      cable and demodulation at the receiver.
4.    To achieve amplitude modulation of digital signal, its transmission over fiber optic
      cable and demodulation.
5.    To study the frequency modulation system in case of fiber optics communication
      system.
6.    To study pulse width modulation in case of fiber optics communication system.
7.    To measure propagation of attenuation loss in optical fiber.
8.    To study the bending loss in the fiber optic system.
9.    To measure the numerical aperture of an optical fiber.
10.   To study the operation and characteristics of LED.
11.   To study the characteristics (O/P voltage vs I/P voltage) of fiber optic communication
      link.
12.   To study voice communication through fiber optic cable using amplitude modulation.
13.   To demonstrate voice transmission through optical fiber using frequency modulation.
14.   To study voice transmission through optical fiber using pulse width modulation.
15.   To study the effect of switched faults on amplitude modulated system in ST 2502 fiber
      optic kit.
16.   To study the effect of switched faults on frequency modulated system in ST 2502 fiber
      optic kit.
17.    To study the effect of switched faults on pulse width modulation system in 2502 fiber
      optic kit.




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Digital Signals Processing
Some of the suggestive programs
1.  Prepare a C- program to compute linear convolution of the two sequences.
2.  Prepare a C- program to compute
    (a) Discrete Fourier Transform.
    (b) Inverse Discrete Fourier Transform.
3.  Prepare a C- program to compute linear convolution of the two sequences using Discrete
    Fourier transform.
4.  Prepare a C- program to compute Fast Fourier transform using:
    (a) Decimation in Time FFT Algorithm.
    (b) Decimation in Frequency FFT Algorithm.
5.  Prepare a C- program to compute Inverse Fast Fourier transform using:
    (a) Decimation in Time FFT Algorithm.
    (b) Decimation in Frequency FFT Algorithm.


Micro controllers - IC 8031
[Exercise based on Course IS- 708]
Some of the suggestive programs:
1.   Using micro controllers perform the following arithmetic operations
     (1) Addition of two 8-bit numbers; (2) Subtraction of two 16-bit numbers;
     (3) Addition of two 16-bit numbers stored in memory address; (4) Multiplication of two 8 bit
     numbers stored in internal RAM and store the result external RAM
2.   To find out the largest number in the given series of data.
3.   Using micro controllers realize a square wave generator by providing a fixed delay.
4.   Using timers of 8031 realize the square wave generator.
5.   Write a program to flashing display a word an seven segment display.
6.   Write a program to add two 16 bit numbers.
7.   To read and add 5 8-Bit numbers and display 8- bit result. On LCD/ 7-segment.
8.   Write a program to add two decimal numbers.
9.   Write a program to see if the number is odd or even display it on 7-segment.
10.  Write a program to cont the pulses in timer 1 mode 01, timer o is used as timer for enabling
     the counter.
11.  Interface personal computer with 8031 micro controller & run a program on the kite using c /
     c ++ language.
Process control
Some of the suggestive programs
1.    To study the principle operation of I/P converter and analyze the calibration.
2.    To study the principle and operation of electronic pressure transmitter and analyze the
      calibration.
3.    To study the principle and operation of self-tunable controller.
4.    To study the principal and operation of self-tunable controller.
5.    To study the principal and operation of PID controller and to determine the PID, constants.
6.    To study the operation of the self-tuning mode of the PID controller.

Biomedical Instrumentation
1.    Study the blood pressure measurement system using 'PAMTRONS' user-friendly apparatus.
2.    Recording and analysis of electrocardiograms using 'PAMTRONS' user-friendly apparatus.




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                                    SEMESTER - III
IS-801 Project cum Training
       Mid term evaluation                                                08
       Comprehensive Viva voce – III                                      04
                                                             Total Credits:    12
                                    SEMESTER - IV
IS-802 Final Project
       Project evaluation                                                 20
       Project presentation                                               12
       Comprehensive Viva voce – IV                                       04
                                                             Total Credits:    36

Project /Training: The Project/training will be taken at an appropriate Industry with
effective infrastructure and technical support, Research and development
laboratories of international repute (Raja Ramanna Centre for advanced
Technology, Indore; UGC-DAE-Consortium for Scientific research Indore), and in
the University teaching departments itself with prior approval of the Head, School
of Instrumentation, D.A.V.V. Indore. One year project for III and IV semester is a
continuous process and its evaluation will be done on the basis of mid term
presentation of the project report submitted at the end of III semester, final project
report, presentation, its defense and comprehensive viva -voce. A board may have
the following members: a) two external experts, b) two internal experts, and c)
Head, School of Instrumentation, D.A.V.V., Indore. Out of the above total five
members, one member from each category will be required for the minimum
quorum to take the examination.
Project cum training on any of the following areas:
    (1) Analytical instrumentation.
    (2) Artificial intelligence.
    (3) Biomedical instrumentation.
    (4) Computer networking.
    (5) Fiber optics.
    (6) Fuzzy control.
    (7) Industrial instrumentation.
    (8) Laser instrumentation.
    (9) Materials science.
    (10) Microprocessor and microcontroller based system design.
    (11) Nanotechnology.
    (12) Neural network.
    (13) Optoelectronic instrumentation.
    (14) Robotics.
    (15) Thin film technology.
Any other specialized area of instrumentation with the permission of:
                                           Head,
                                 School of Instrumentation,
                                     D.A.V.V., Indore.


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                              Don’t Indulge
                                Don’t Tolerate
                                     Yes, you should stop it.



                             Ragging is − Inhuman
                              Ragging is − Illegal
                             Ragging is − Punishable
                             Ragging is − An evil practice
                                   STOP RAGGING


It violates the discipline of an educational institution.
                              Let’s together curb this menace.




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               SCHOOL OF INSTRUMENTATION, U. S. I. C. BHAVAN
                                             DEVI AHILYA VISHWAVIDYALAYA, INDORE



       Library admission form (M. Tech. − INSTRUMENTATION)
                                   (To be filled by candidate in capital letters)
                                                 Academic Calendar 2010-2012

      It is requested to enroll me as a member of the School of Instrumentation
Library. My particulars follow:

                                                                   S. No. _____________
Name:                     ……………………………………………
Mothers Name:             ……………………………………………
Fathers Name:             ……………………………………………
Date of Birth:            ……………………………………………
Nationality:              ……………………………………………
E-mail address:           ……………………………………………
Bank Challan No.:         ……………………………………………
Contact No.:              ……………………………………………
Residential address:      ……………………………………………
                          ……………………………………………
                          ……………………………………………
University Enrolment No.: ……………………………………………
Roll No. Allotted by SOI: ……………………………………………
Last semester dues:       YES…………………NO..………………
                                                                  Self attested Photograph
                                        Declaration
    I hereby certify that all the information’s are true and correct to my knowledge.


                                                          Name and Signature of the student

This is to certify that Shri/Smt./Ku._________________________________is regular student
of School of Instrumentation, USIC Bhavan, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya.
    I recommend providing membership in the library of School of Instrumentation.

                                                                                       HEAD

Issued Card No.:..……………….Date: .………………
                                                                                     Librarian
* It is a responsibility of the cardholder to inform the office if any changes are made in due
course of study.




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               SCHOOL OF INSTRUMENTATION, U. S. I. C. BHAVAN
                                             DEVI AHILYA VISHWAVIDYALAYA, INDORE



     Identity card issue form (M. Tech. − INSTRUMENTATION)
                                   (To be filled by candidate in capital letters)
                                                 Academic Calendar 2010-2012


     It is requested to enroll me as a student of the School of Instrumentation.
My particulars follow:
                                                         S. No. _____________
Name:                     ……………………………………………
Mothers Name:             ……………………………………………
Fathers Name:             ……………………………………………
Date of Birth:            ……………………………………………
Nationality:              ……………………………………………
E-mail address:           ……………………………………………
Bank Challan No.:         ……………………………………………
Contact No.:              ……………………………………………
Residential address:      ……………………………………………
                          ……………………………………………
                          ……………………………………………
University Enrolment No.: ……………………………………………
Roll No. Allotted by SOI: ……………………………………………
                                                                Self attested Photograph
                                        Declaration
    I hereby certify that all the information’s are true and correct to my knowledge.


                                                          Name and Signature of the student

This is to certify that Shri/Smt./Ku._________________________________is a regular student
of School of Instrumentation, USIC Bhavan, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya.
           I recommend issuing the Identity card of School of Instrumentation.

                                                                                       HEAD
Issued Card No.:..……………….Date: .………………

                                                                          Office concerned

* It is a responsibility of the cardholder to inform the office if any changes are made in due
course of study.




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                SCHOOL OF INSTRUMENTATION, U. S. I. C. BHAVAN
                                                   DEVI AHILYA VISHWAVIDYALAYA, INDORE

                 Examination form (M. Tech. − INSTRUMENTATION)
                                        (To be filled by candidate in capital letters)
                                                      Academic Calendar 2010-2012


                                                                             S. No. _____________
Name:                     ……………………………………………
Mothers Name:             ……………………………………………
Fathers Name:             ……………………………………………
University Enrolment No.: ……………………………………………
Roll No. Allotted by SOI: ……………………………………………
E-mail address:           ……………………………………………
Contact No.:              ……………………………………………
Residential address:      ……………………………………………
                          ……………………………………………
                          ……………………………………………




                                SEMESTER – I
S.    Subject      Subject                   Credits    S. No. of     Date       Signature   Signature
No.   Code         Nomenclature                         Main answer              STUDENT     INVIGILATOR
                                                        sheet
1     IS701        Computer programming      03
                   and Mathematical
                   Programming techniques
2     IS703        Control system            03
                   engineering
3     IS705        Analytical                04
                   Instrumentation
4     IS707        Microprocessor Based      03
                   System Design-I
5     IS709        Electronic Circuits and   03
                   Power Systems
6     IS711        Industrial Transducers    03
7     IS713        Engineering Mathematics   03
8     IS715        Minor Project             02
9     IS717        Instrument Technology     08
                   Lab-I
10    IS719        Comprehensive             04
                   Viva voce-I
                                             36



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                                              SEMESTER – II
S.    Subject       Subject                   Credits    S. No. of     Date    Signature   Signature
No.   Code          Nomenclature                         Main answer           STUDENT     INVIGILATOR
                                                         sheet
1     IS702         Computer Networks
                                              03
2     IS704         Process control and
                    Industrial automation
                                              04
3     IS706         Semiconductor, Micro-
                    electronic devices and
                                              04
                    Materials
4     IS708         Micro-controller based
                    system design -II
                                              04
5     IS710         Bio-Medical
                    Instrumentation
                                              04
      IS712         Optical and Fibre optic
                    based Instrumentation
      IS714         Computer graphics and
                    computer aided
                    instrument design
6     IS716         Digital Signal
                    Processing
                                              03
7     IS718         Instrument Technology
                    Lab -II
                                              08
8     IS720         Seminar                   02
9     IS722         Comprehensive Viva
                    voce- II
                                              04
                                              36
                                               SEMESTER – III
S.    Subject       Subject                   Credits    Date     Signature   Signature    Signature
No.   Code          Nomenclature                                  STUDENT     EXAMINER     EXAMINER
1     IS801         Project cum Training

                i   Mid term evaluation       08
               ii   Comprehensive Viva        04
                    voce - III
                                              12
                                               SEMESTER – IV
S.    Subject       Subject                   Credits    Date     Signature   Signature    Signature
No.   Code          Nomenclature                                  STUDENT     EXAMINER     EXAMINER
1     IS901         Project

                i   Final Project             20
                    evaluation
               ii   Mid term evaluation       12
              iii   Comprehensive Viva        04
                    voce - IV
                                              36

                                                                                Total Credits: 120
Signature of the student


COURSE COORDINATOR                                                                         HEAD




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                              ORDINANCE NO. 54

1. DEGREE TITLE:             MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (INSTRUMENTATION)
                             M.Tech. (INSTRUMENTATION)
2. NAME OF FACULTY: FACULTY OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES
3. DURATION OF COURSE: ONE & HALF YEAR.
4. ELIGIBILITY:
The candidate should have at least 55% aggregate marks in B.E. / B. Tech./ M. Sc. in
Computer Sciences /instrumentation / Electronics / Physics / Chemical Engineering /
Mechanical Engineering from DEVI AHILYA VISHWAVIDYALAYA or any
University recognised by DEVI AHILYA VISHWAVIDYALAYA.
5. ADMISSION PROCEDURE:
           As decided by DEVI AHILYA VISHWAVIDYALAYA from time to time.
6. TOTAL SEATS:
           As per Statute 27/UGC/AICTE/other Statutory Councils from time to time.
7. FEE STRUCTURE:
As decided by DEVI AHILYA VISHWAVIDYALAYA or State Government from
time to time.
8. EXAMINATION, CURRICULUM & RELATED REGULATIONS:
                               As per Ordinance 31 of DEVI AHILYA VISHWAVIDYALAYA.

9. ELIGIBILITY FOR DEGREE:
A candidate shall be eligible for the degree of M.Tech. (Instrumentation) when he/she
has completed the requirements of examination successfully as per ORDINANCE -
31.
10. ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENT:
A candidate should have at least 75% attendance in each Theory and Practical
separately. In exceptional cases it may be relaxed as admissible under applicable
Ordinances.
11. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS & SPECIFIC PROVISION:
For matters not covered in this Ordinance, general Rules of DEVI AHILYA
VISHWAVIDYALAYA as applicable in Semester Examination shall apply. In other
matters EXECUTIVE COUNCIL of DEVI AHILYA VISHWAVIDYALAYA shall
be competent to take decision.




DDV SOI Syllabus 2010-2012                27
                            SCHOOL OF INSTRUMENTATION
                    Fees Structure of M. Tech. Instrumentation, Session 2010-12

S. No.   ITEM                       I Sem.            II Sem.           III Sem.              IV Sem.
                              Boys       Girls     Boys     Girls    Boys     Girls    Boys       Girls
  1      University Fees     1540        1360      900      720      1540     1360      900         720
  2      Academic Fees       6500        6500      6500    6500      6500     6500     6500        6500
  3      Internet Fees        500         500       500     500       500      500      500         500
  4      Examination
         Fees                1000        1000      1000    1000      1000     1000     1000        1000
  5      Caution Money       3000        3000         -       -          -        -        -              -
  6      Development and
         Maintenance
         Fees                 500            500   500      500       500      500      500        500
  7      Other Misc. Fees     500            500   500      500       500      500      500        500

         Total               13540       13360     9900    9720     10540    10360     9900        9720

Note:- An additional fees of Rs. 3,000/- has to be paid by sponsored candidates in all four semesters.

As per the University letter No. Dev-09/ admission fees /2009-10/1897 dated 29/09/2009
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