Branch vise IDP/UDP Guidelines


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Mechanical Engineering

7th Semester = 4 credit

8th Semester = 8 credit

This shall consist of work carried out by a student during the period of final & pre final semester with the main purpose of developing the ability of applying the knowledge gained in the undergraduate studies to some practical problems. A student is required to carry out project work related to Mechanical Engineering under the supervision / guidance of faculty member.

The project may be based on any of the following suggested list:

  • Design, analysis and/or fabrication
  • Experimentation
  • Product design and development,
  • Design and development of laboratory equipments/test rigs,
  • Developing computer programmes/software,
  • Industry based project
  • Industry need based basic survey or Testing or Analysis etc.The student can undertake project single handed or in a group of not more than four students.Preliminary literature review, objective, methodology and scope of project work undertaken will be presented in form of report for end semester certificate from Head of department for examination.

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Electrical Engineering

7th Semester = 4 credit

8th Semester = 8 credit

The project consists of two parts. The stage-I and stage-II. The student is supposed to carry out stage-I in 7th semester and stage-II in 8th semester. The stage-I has two parts. The first part is pre-project and the other part electrical product survey. The electrical product survey is to be carried out only in 7th semester.

PART-I (Pre-project) (1 hour per week)

This is the main project of students. This part of the project is to be continued in 7th and 8th semester. In the 7th semester, the preliminary work of the project is to be carried out. Group of students will work for the project assigned or selected by the students, under the guidance of some faculty member.

PART-II (Electrical Product Survey) (1 hour per week)
(Only in 7th Semester)

AIM: To make students understand and have exposure to various electrical items/goods/materials which are available in the market. Students should acquire the knowledge of available standard ratings of the materials/goods/items etc as the case may be.

At department level the group of 4-5 students will survey the market by personal visit to vendors, dealers, manufactures etc. as the case may be. Preferably the same group members will work for both parts of project. So that it is easier at the time of evaluation by external examiners. Students are expected to do survey of any one category of items/materials out of the following suggested but not limited to list of categories of electrical items/goods/materials.

  • Types of fuses
  • Insulating materials and insulators
  • Cables
  • Switches (all types of switches, changeover switch)
  • Switchgears (ELCB, MCB, MCCB, ACB etc)
  • Rotating machines for industrial purpose
  • Electrical home appliances and rotating machines for residential purpose
  • Batteries (all types)
  • Transformers
  • Semi-conductor devices
  • Luminaries and light sources
  • Electrical components like resistors, inductors and capacitors
  • Capacitors (DC and AC capacitors, capacitors for power factor corrections, capacitors for induction furnaces etc)
  • Electrical connectors
  • Grounding grid elements like grounding rod, grounding pipe, etc
  • Instruments sensors and transducers
  • Electrical meters
  • Electrical machines accessories

The group of students so formed is supposed to study/survey the total range of the electrical items/goods/material assigned to them. And prepare a report for the same. Students can take help of internet if required but it is discouraged that the complete report is prepared from the various resource material available on the internet.

At the department level, co-ordination of all groups should be done. The group/groups of students can select the category of electrical material/goods of their own choice.

The report of electrical product survey must include:

  • Catalogues
  • Pictures of the concerned items
  • Working principle if applicable
  • Some of the basic information viz. prices, specifications etc.

Finally, a presentation should be given by the concerned group of students in front of the faculty members of the department. Duration of the presentation should be half-hour per group. The report electrical product survey and pre- project should be merged to prepare a comprehensive report.

Electronics and Communication IDP/UDP Guide


7th Semester – 4 credit

8th Semester – 18 credit


  1. Every student individually or in a group (group size is of 2-3 students. However, if project complexity demands a maximum group size of 4 students, the departmental committee should be convinced about such complexity and scope of the work.) shall take a project in the beginning of the seventh semester in consultation with the guide and the project must be completed in the eight semester. The individual or group can complete two different projects in both semesters (i.e. 7th and 8th) if they wish to do so.
  2. The project proposal must be submitted in the institute in the beginning of the seventh semester. While submitting project proposal care is to be taken that project will be completed within the available time of two terms. The individual’s or group’s project should involve analysis, design, and implementation and testing of substantial hardware, software or any combination thereof in the field of study in the seventh semester. The final title of the project work should be submitted at the beginning of the eighth semester.

Topic should be related to

  • Any application in the field of Electronics and Communication.
  • Investigation of the latest development in a specific field of Electronics and Communication
  • The investigation of practical problem in manufacture and / or testing of electronics communication equipments
  • The Microprocessor / Microcontroller based applications projects
  • Software development/Simulation project related to VLSI, Communication, Instrumentation, Signal Processing , Image Processing,GIS, Remote sensing applications etc
  • Interdisciplinary projects should be encouraged. The examination will be conducted
  • independently in respective departments.

3. Periodical monitoring and assessment will be done by the internal guides

4. A project report will be prepared and submitted for a viva – voce examination at the end of term.