Syllabus – Diploma Electrical

Diploma in Electrical

Scheme and Curriculum, Diploma in Electrical,
1st  Semester, Session-w.e.f. 2018-19

DIPLOMA – ELECTRICIAN SEMESTER – I

Paper Code Paper L T/P Credits
PCC-EL-101 ELECTRICAL MACHINE – II 3 0 3
PCC-AM-102 INDUSTRIAL SAFETY 3 0 3
BSC-101 COMMUNICATION SKILLS 3 0 3
BSC-102 ENGINEERING CALCULATIONS 3 0 3
BSC-104 FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTERS 3 0 3
PCC-EL-102 ELECTRICAL DRAWING 0 3 3
PCC-EL-103 ELECTRICAL TESTING AND INSTALLATION 3 0 3
PCC-EL-104 ELECTRICAL WORKSHOP 0 9 9

Electrical Machine – Paper Code- PCC-EL-101

Semester 1st Sessional
– 25 Marks
Stream – 
Electrical
Theory
– 75 Marks
L T P Total
Credits
Total:
100 Marks
3 0 0 3 Duration of
Exam:
3 Hours

Course Objectives:

  1. To learn about basics of Machines.
  2. To learn about different types of machine.
  3. To understand working mechanism of machines.

Course Contents:

Unit 1: DC Machines:Introduction to DC Machine, Construction of DC Machine, working principle of DC Generator,E.M.F. Equation of DC generator,Introduction to DC Motors, Back E.M.F., Torque Equation , Types of DC Motors, Application of DC Motors.

 Unit 2: Electrical circuits : Concepts of electrical circuits which includes(Purely Resistive,Purely Inductive,purely Capacitive,R-L, R-C,R-L-C) ,DC Circuits.

Unit 3: Transformer : Working principle of different types of transformers, connections (star- star, delta-delta, delta-star) and application of respective transformers.

Unit 4: Earthing: Different methods of earthing including measurement of earth resistance by earth tester, testing of earth Leakage by ELCB and relay, etc.

Use of MCB, RCCB and ELCB in equipment, their principles & power ratings. 

Course Outcomes:

  1. Understands the concept of operation of machines
  2. Learns basics of electrical circuits
  • Have knowledge of basic electrical terms

Text/Reference books:

  1. Basics of Electrical Engineering By K.UMA RAO.
  2. Electric Machines by Ashfaq Husain.
  3. Engineering Thermodynamics by PK Nag; Tata McGraw Hill, Delhi.
  4. Basic Engineering Thermodynamics by Roy Chaudhary; Tata McGraw Hill, Delhi.
  5. Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering by Sahdev, Uneek Publication, Jalandhar.

Industrial Safety I PCC- AM-102

Semester 1st Sessional
– 25 Marks
Stream –
Electrical
Theory
– 75 Marks
L T P Total
Credits
Total: 100 Marks
3 0 0 3 Duration of Exam:
3 Hours

Course Objectives:

  1. To learn about basic concept of Safety
  2. To learn how to reduce workplace hazards.
  3. To provide knowledge on various safety devices.
  4. To learn safety measures during industrial as well as environmental hazards.

Course Contents:

Unit-I: Safety Principles- Safety Rules and Principles, Accidents,Types of hazards involved in construction sites,Types of hazards involved in electrical.

 Unit II: Safety Control: Emergency safety control measures and actions to be taken under emergency situation, First Aid ,Fire extinguisher, Safety drills, Types and use of PPEs as per general and electrical safety norms

 Unit III: Process Safety Management- Process safety management (P.S.M) as   per OSHA& Standard procedure of handling, storing and stacking material, electrical fixtures and accessories ,What is safe disposal of waste, type of waste and their disposal               

Unit-IV: Protective Devices Type of electrical protective devices, their power ratings and area of application ,Basic ergonomic principles as per applicability.

Course Outcomes:

  1. Illustrate and familiarize the basic concepts and scope of industrial safety.
  • Understand the standards of professional conduct that are published by professional safety organizations and certification bodies
  • Illustrate the importance of safety of employees while working with machineries.
  • Learns safety in various industrial hazard zones.

Text/Reference books:

  1. Industrial safety management by L.M. Deshmukh, Tata Megraw Hill publication ,New Delhi, 2006.
  2. Industrial safety health and environment Management system by R.K. Jain & Sunil S. Rao, Khanna Publications , 2008 .

Paper: Communication Skills I – BSC-101

Semester 1st – Stream:  Electrical

L  T  P  Total Credits

3  0  0  3 

Sessional: 25 Marks            Theory: 75 Marks

  Total: 100 Marks              Duration of Exam: 3 Hours

Course Objectives:

  1. To discuss types of communication and their forms.
  2. To improve comprehension.
  3. To improve spoken English and ability to articulate ideas
  4. To improve formal writing skills

Course Contents:

Unit 1: Introduction to Communication– Meaning, Importance and Function ofCommunication, Types of communication, language of communication, verbal/ non-verbal, formal/informal, visual; advantages and disadvantages

Unit 2: Grammar– Parts of speech, Articles, Tenses, Formation of Sentences,Active and Passive Voice, Direct and Indirect speech

Unit 3: Comprehension, Composition, Translation, Paraphrasing, Letter writing

Unit 4: 7 Cs of Communication; Grice’s Cooperative Principle; Group Discussions; Public Speaking; Facing Interviews

Course Outcome:

1.To learn about communication process, and ways to make communication    effective by giving attention to all elements involved.

2.To improve grammar and gain confidence by enhancing their abilities to articulate their ideas.

3.To acquire better writing skills in formal communication.

4.To be able to revise documents for fruitful reading and comprehension.

Recommended Reference Reading:

  1. Wren and Martin. High School English Grammar and Composition. New Delhi: RRP, 2007
  2. Murphy, Raymond. Essential English Grammar. New Delhi: Cambridge, 2017 Malhotra, Prerna  and Halder, Deb. Communication Skills: Theory and Practice. New Delhi: M.S. Indian

Engineering Calculations – BSC-102

Semester 1st Sessional:
25 Marks
Stream – 
Electrical
Theory:
75 Marks
L T P Total Credits Total: 100 Marks
3 0 0 3 Duration of Exam:
3 Hours

Course Objectives

  1. To familiarize the prospective engineers with Basics of mathematics.
  2. To understand fundamental arithmetical operations.
  3. To learn Unit systems, Fractions and Decimals, roots, percentage.
  4. To have Knowledge of ratio and proportion, factorization and mensuration.

Course Contents

Unit-I Basic Aptitude– Fundamental Arithmetical Operation- Addition, Subtraction,  Multiplication and Division. Applied Workshop Problems Involving Addition,

Subtraction, Multiplication   and Division, System Of Units – Definition, Different Types & System Of Units i.e.( C.G.S.  & SI Units For Length, Mass, Area, Volume, Capacity, Time) HCF , LCM, Square Root Cube Root.

     Unit-II: Trigonometory – Introduction, Trigonometric Identities, Quadrant Rule, Trigonometric Ratios Of Some Specific Angles, Ratios Of Complementary Angles, Introduction

    Unit-III: Differentiation-Introduction to Derivatives, Product Rule, Quotient Rule, Chain Rule.  Derivatives of Algebraic Function, Derivative Of Trigonometric Functions.

     Unit-IV: Algebra– Algebraic Expressions and Identities, Terms Coefficients And Factors, Monomials Binomials And Polynomials, Multiplication And Division Of Algebraic Expressions, Standard Identities And Their Applications.

Course Outcomes:

  1. To apply the arithmetical operations and conversion of units.
  2. To solve Ratio and proportion, square roots and cube roots
  3. To convert in Fraction and decimals, Percentage.
  4. To deal with Factorisation and algebraic problems
  5. To learn about area and perimeter of different shapes and volume of solid.

     Reference books:

  1. A basic course in mathematics by Nabjyoti Dutta.
  2. Skills in nmathematics by Amit M Agarwal.
  3. Applied mathematics for polytechnics by H.K. Dass
  4. Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Jain RK.
  5. Mathematics book by R.D Sharma

Fundamentals of Computer

        BSC – 103  
 Semester 1st Sessional:
25 Marks
 Stream – 
Electrical
Theory:
75 Marks
  L T P Total
Credits
Total:
100 Marks
  3 0 0 3 Duration of Exam:
3 Hours

Course Objectives:

  1. Give students an in-depth understanding of why computers are essential components in business, education and society.
  2. Introduce the fundamentals of computing devices and reinforce computer vocabulary, particularly with respect to personal use of computer hardware and software.
  3. Provide hands-on use of Microsoft Office applications Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint.
  4. Provide basic knowledge of internet.

Course Contents:

Unit 1: Basics of Computer– Introduction to Computers, Generations of Computers, Types of Computers, Input-Output Devices, Computer Organisation, Advantages and Disadvantages of Computer, BIOS, Booting.

Unit 2: Introduction to Software – Computer Software, Types of Software, Security, Computer Viruses, Number System.

Unit 3:  Computer Memory and Operating System– Introduction to Memory Unit, Types of Primary Memory, Secondary Memory; Definition, Types and Functions of Operating System

Unit 4: Internet Services – Introduction, History, Working, Uses, Advantages, Disadvantages of Internet, E-mail.

Course Outcomes:

  1. Describe the usage of computers and why computers are essential components in society.
  2. Identify categories of programs, system software and applications. Organize and work with files and folders.
  3. Completion of the assignments will result in MS Office applications knowledge and skills.
  4. Describe the usage of Internet and E-mail.

Reference books

  1. Yashwant Kanetkar, Let Us C.
  2. A K Sharma, Computer Fundamentals and Programming in C.
  3. Brain W.Kernighan & Dennis M. Ritchie, The C Programming Language.
  4. Peter van der Linden, Expert C Programming

Electrical Testing And Installation

Paper Code-PCC-EL-103

Semester 1st Sessional –
25 Marks
Stream –
Electrical
Theory –
75 Marks
L T P Total
Credits
Total:
100 Marks
3 0 0 3 Duration of Exam:
3 Hours

Course Objectives:

  1. To learn safety measures from Electrical hazards.
  2. To have Basic knowledge of Electrical Instruments.
  • To familiarize with the Electrical Machines.
  • To study Electrical Accessories and wiring techniques.

Course Contents

Unit I: Introduction: Ohm’s Law Kirchhoff’s Laws and applications, Magnetism
Electrostatics: Capacitor

Unit II: Electrical Works: Introduction to applicable Indian standards code of practice(Electrical Works) ,Introduction to wiring symbols used in single and three  phase  electrical diagrams ,Concept regarding correct techniques of interpreting electrical diagrams regarding electrical circuits, Voltage Gradient of different types of Insulators, Temp Rise permissible.

Unit III: Cable installation:Standard methods of electrical cable laying at construction site .Checking and selection of materials, fixtures, tools  equipments to be deployed Acceptance criteria to be followed while selecting materials, fixtures or tools for cable laying& Method of selecting cable laying path& Activities involved in cable laying and their sequence,Key organizational procedures to be undergone prior and after cable laying activity such as filling of permits, checklists etc .

Unit IV: Electrical Circuits & Wiring: Standard method of electrical isolation and its necessity in electrical installation work ,Selection and adoption of standard method of termination of cables at power source and equipment power terminals ,Selection and use of cable lugs, cable jointers and other electrical accessories used for laying, terminating and joining cables ,Required dimensions and safety parameters to be checked for poles or trenches to be used for laying of cable  & Types of cables (single/ 3 phase) used as per electrical load ,Selection of method and  type of

Selection of method and type of electrical earthing to be adopted for installed electrical equipment., Sequence to be followed while undertaking cable laying work in a construction site. Selection and use of electrical fixtures such as circuit breakers, starters, relays etc. and their power rating as per circuit voltage requirement

Course Outcomes:

  1. Learns the basics of first aid.
  2. Understands the concept of electric motor and transformer.
  3. Have knowledge of basic electrical machines
  4. Learns circuit series in electric home appliances.
  5. Have knowledge of various wiring techniques used.

Text/Reference books:

  1. NFPA® 70E, “Electrical Safety Requirements for Employee Workplaces” 2000 Edition
  2. Electrcical machine by Ashfaq Hussain.
  3. Ertugrul, Nesimi. LabVIEW for electric circuits, machines, drives, and laboratories, Prentice Hall PTR, 2002.
  4. Nilsson, James William. Electric circuits. Pearson Education India, 2008.

Electrical Drawing I      Paper Code- EL-107

Semester 1st Sessional
– 25 Marks
Stream –  
Electrical
Theory
– 75 Marks
L T P Total Credits Total: 100 Marks
3 0 0 3 Duration of Exam:
3 Hours

Course Objectives:

  1. To learn about basic engineering instruments.
  2. To have knowledge of sheet layout.
  3. To learn dimensioning and reading of sketches.
  4. To learn orthographic and isometric views of drawing.

Course Contents:

 Unit I: Symbols – Various Electrical Symbols used in Domestic and Industrial    Installation and Power System(Generation Transmission and Distribution including substation)

Unit II: Electrical Wiring: Wiring diagram of  light, fan, bell and alarm circuit, Staircase and go down wiring

Unit III: House Wiring: Concept of standard house wiring procedure and best practices.

Unit IV : Electrical Fixtures: Right procedure of handling of electrical fixtures ,Use of ladders, scaffolds, PPEs, shock resistance gloves during working/ performing tests in a live circuit  Use of power drill machine and selection of drill bit for drilling works, ,Use of different common electrical hand and power tools.

Course Outcomes:

  1. Have knowledge of engineering instruments.
  2. Learns lines and symbols of drawing.
  3. Learns freehand sketching.
  4. Understands projections of drawing.           

Text/Reference books:

  1. Engineering Drawing by KK Dhiman, Ishan Publications, Ambala, Haryana.
  2. Elementary Engineering Drawing (in first angle projection) by ND Bhatt, Charotar Publishing House, Anand, Gujrat.
  3. A Text Book of Engineering Drawing by Surjit Singh published by Dhanpat Rai and Co., Delhi.
  4. Engineering Drawing by PS Gill published by SK Kataria and sons, Delhi.
  5. Engineering Drawing by RB Gupta published by Satya Prakashan, New Delhi.

Electrical Workshop I Paper Code- EL- 108

Semester 1st  
Stream– Electrical  
L T   P Total Credits  
0 0  19 19  

Course Objectives:

  1. To verify basic electrical laws.
  2. To have knowledge of Wiring Circuit.
  3. Grasp the concept of transformer in detail.
  4. Understands the concept of safety.
  5. To know Symbols and electrical machines.
  6. To have knowledge of electrical connections, meters and instruments.

Course Contents:

  1. Verification of ohm’s law.
  2. To trace the magnetic field of two bar magnets with like poles and unlike poles kept nearby with the help of magnetic needle.
  3. To trace the magnetic field of a current carrying conductor in both directions and verify the right hand rule and cork screw rule.
  4. To verify Kirchoff’s 1st and 2nd Law.
  5. General wiring.
  6. To study & find the specifications of various types of wires and cables.
  7. To measure the gauge of a given wire with the help of wire gauge.
  8. To connect the wires with different electrical accessories.
  9. To assemble a regulated power supply.
  10. Testing of various accessories used for tube light circuit.
  11. Transformer winding & calculations.
  12. Study various types of transformers.
  13. Study the various parts of small & power transformers.
  14. Finding of high voltage and low voltage terminal of transformer.
  15. Testing of low voltage transformer with and without load.
  16. Assembly and testing of the above transformer.
  17. Fire prevention and protection, causes of industrial fire, prevention and remedies types and use of fire fighting equipments.
  18. Safety use in electricity, shock treatment methods, safety precautions.
  19. Symbols used in electrical circuits.
  20. To measure the power of an electric motor by wattmeter.
  21. To verify the characteristic of 3 phase balance star and delta connection.
  22. To verify the characteristic of 3 phase unbalance star system and to measure current in neutral.
  23. To verify the characteristic of 3 phase balance delta connection system
  24. To fix the electrical accessories on the board and blocks
  25. Connection of voltmeter and ammeter and to measure voltage and current.
  26. To make a main switch board for house wiring
  27. To test the single & three phases supply for all phase, neutral & earth with help of test lamp and by neon tester.
  28. Measure the voltage current and resistance of an electric heater.
  29. Demonstrate electrical circuit diagrams related to electrical equipment
  30. Calculate/ interpret electrical power rating of electrical circuits installed in the equipments
  31. Carry out the earthing  of the installed electrical circuit s per standard practice
  32. Carry out the earthing  of the installed electrical circuit s per standard practice.
  33. Practice Cable laying through conduits

Course Outcomes:

  1. Learns to verify electrical laws.
  2. Have working knowledge of Wiring and installations.
  3. Have hands on experience about various machines and electrical Connections
  4. Obtain practical skills of basic instruments and working of circuits used in the workshop.