Syllabus for Diploma in Eletrical Sem-2



Paper L T/P Credits

Installation Maintenance and Repairing

Paper Code- PCC-EL-203

Semester 2nd                               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 and Practicing installation on electrical works. 

2. To Know the Monitoring Methods Of Electrical works.

3.To know the basics of Maintenance.

Unit 1 Electrical Devices: Electrical Fixtures, Method of calculation of load on Circuits, Method of Material estimation, Area of application & specification of electrical protective devices.

Unit 2 Electrical Circuits: Advantages of three phase system over single phase sytem,Star Delta connections of three phase supply system,3 phase connection of AC and DC circuits, their properties and area of application,

Unit 3:Monitoring Methods: Method of resource planning and Methods of preparation of work schedule, Monitoring procedure of ongoing works and inspection of completed works to

ensure compliance with all electrical safety and quality parameters.

Unit4 :Electrical Tools:Hand Tools, Materials and Fixtures Screw drivers, wire cutters, wire strippers, pliers, hammers,Hacksaws, Chisels, Spanners (Set), Wrenches, File, Marking tools, table vice, Stock and die set, Pipe cutter to cut pipes,Wire cutters, Wire strippers, Spanners (set), wrenches, Trowel,pointing Trowel, Shovel, mortar Pan, spade, pick axe GI bucket 5L capacity, wheel Barrow, lime powder, wooden pegs, hammer, hard broom, source of water, ladder, Cables,wires, sockets, switches, lights, conduits (flexible and rigid),

raceways, clamps for conduits, screws.

Course Outcomes:

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

Text/Reference books:

  1. Madhvi Gupta,Installation ,Maintenance and Repair of Electrical Machines and Equipments.
  2. Tarlok Singh,Installation ,Commissioning and Maintenance of Electrical Engineering.
  3. Patrick Mitchell,Central Heating :Installation ,Maitenance and Repair

Industrial Safety II – PCC- AM-202

Semester 2nd                             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
  • To learn how to reduce workplace hazards.
  • To provide knowledge on various safety devices.
  • To learn safety measures during industrial as well as environmental hazards.

Course Contents

Unit-I: PPE’s:Correct uses of tools and tackles Personal Protective Equipments (PPE’s) Head protection,Ear protection,Fall protection,Foot protectionFace and Eye protection,Hand & body protection,Respiratory protection.

 Unit II: Organizational Policies: Organizational Policies related to Health, environment and Safety,  Dealing  with  accidents and emergencies  associated with the work and environment, Reporting Emergency evacuation,Fire   risks   and   safe   exit procedures.                      

 Unit III: First Aid: Detailed Procedure of providing CPR&First aid,

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.
  • Industrial safety health and environment Management system by R.K. Jain & Sunil S. Rao, Khanna Publications , 2008 .

Paper: Communication Skills I – BSC-201

Semester 2nd 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:Reading Skills: Translation, Unseen Passages, Annotations, Vocabulary.

Unit 2: Grammar: Jumbled words(PQRS),Tenses, Narration, Idioms, Prepositions, Subject –Verb-Concord

Unit 3: Writing Skills: Composition ,Writing Short Paragraph , Reports, , Advertisements, Poster Making,

Unit 4: Professional Skills: Presentation, Emails, Business Letters, CV Writing, Cover Letters.

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-202

Semester 2nd                                     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.
  • To understand fundamental arithmetical operations.
  • To learn Unit systems, Fractions and Decimals, roots, percentage.
  • To have Knowledge of ratio and proportion, factorization and mensuration.

Course Contents

 UNIT-I Complex number: Definition of Complex Number, Operations on Complex Number (Add., Sub., Multiplication, Division), Conjugate Complex Number, Modulus and Amplitude of a Complex Number, Polar form of a Complex Number.

Unit -II Matrices and Determinants: Definition and Properties of Determinants, Definition and Types of Matrix, Transpose of a Matrix, Symmetric, Skew Symmetric Matrices, Orthogonal matrices, Hermitian and Skew Hermitian, Minors and Cofactors, Adjoint and Inverse of a Matrix, Cramer’s Rule, Solution of Simultaneous Linear Equations by Inverse Matrix Method, Characteristic Matrix, Characteristic Equation, Eigen Values & Vectors, Cayley Hamilton Theorem (verification only).

 Unit – III Differentiation: Introduction to Derivatives, Product Rule, Quotient Rule, Chain Rule, Derivatives of Algebraic Function, Derivative of Trigonometric Functions, partial derivative.

Unit – IV Integration: Concepts of integration, integration of trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions, integration by parts.

Course Outcomes:

1. Students will learn about complex number.

2. Students will learn about matrix and determinants.

3. Students will able to deal with derivative Problems.

4. Students will able solve and learn integration.

Reference Books:

  1. Mathematics Book by R.D Sharma
  2. Advanced Engineering Mathematics By Jain Rk.
  3. A Basic Course in Mathematics By  Nabjyoti  Dutta.

        Electrical Machines -II                Paper Code-PCC-EL-201

Semester 2nd Sessional –
25 Marks
Theory –
75 Marks
L T P 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.
  3. To familiarize with the Electrical Machines.
  4. To study Electrical Accessories and wiring techniques.

Course Contents:

Unit I:Electrical Panels: Working principle and components of electrical panels ,transformers and generators, operational characteristics of electrical panels and power distribution through the same advance troubleshooting in electrical panels, transformers and generators

Unit II: Electric Motors: Working principle and connection of AC single phase and AC three phase motors ,submersible pumps and their maintenance selection and use of starters such as DOL, Star Delta, Step down Transformer starter etc..

Unit III:Three Phase Supply System: Advantages of three phase supply over single phase  line and phase voltage, current and power in a 3 phase circuits with balanced and unbalanced,

Unit IV: Heavy Machineries:Detailed concept of electrical installation sequence of electrical panels, transformers, DGs, cables,cranes and electrification of Machineries, Method of erection of an electrical panel and Tower Crane.

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. Basic Engineering Thermodynamics by Roy Chaudhary; Tata McGraw Hill, Delhi.
  2. Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering by Sahdev, Uneek Publication, Jalandhar.
  3. Basic Electrical Engineering by PS Dhogal, Tata McGraw Hill Education Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.

Electrical Wiring              Paper Code- PCC-EL-204

Semester 2nd Sessional –
25 Marks
Stream –
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..

Course Contents

 Unit I: Introduction:Guidelines provided in Indian Standard code of practice applicable to electrical wiring works, Method of determining use of 3 phase and single phase connections

Unit II: Electrical Wiring: Concept of specification, color coding of cables to be used in wiring system according to load on circuit,Concept of properties of different components used in electrical earthing work

  •  Size and shape of battens
  • Size and shape of raceways
  •  Size of conduits (Flexible/rigid)
  •  of cable laying through conduits

Unit III ElectricalTools: Use of different common electrical hand and power tools like different pliers, earth tester, tong tester,voltage tester, multimeter, etc.

Unit IV:Wiring Standards:SLDs related schematics for single and three phase wiring system , Indian Standard code of practice applicable for establishing and inspecting electrical wiring works. Common electrical wiring Accessories and their specifications in line with NEC –Explanation of switches, lamp holders,plugs and sockets

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 II Paper Code- PCC-EL- 205

Semester 2nd  
Stream –
L T P Total
100 Marks
0 0 19 19 Duration of Exam:
3 Hours

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. Load test on dc shunt motor to draw speed – torque and horse power – efficiency characteristics.

2. Field Test on dc series machines.

3. Speed control of dc shunt motor by armature and field control.

4. Swinburne’s Test on dc motor.

5. Retardation test on dc shunt motor.

6. Regenerative test on dc shunt machines.

7. Load test on three phase induction motor.

8. No load and Blocked rotor test on three phase induction motor to draw (i) equivalent circuit and (ii) circle   diagram. Determination of performance parameters at different load conditions from (i) and (ii).

9. Load test on induction generator.

10. Load test on single phase induction motor to draw output versus torque, current, power and efficiency characteristics.

11. Conduct suitable tests to draw the equivalent circuit of single phase induction motor and determine performance parameters.

12. Conduct an experiment to draw V and Λ curves of synchronous motor at no load and load conditions.

13. To obtain magnetization characteristics of a D.C. Shunt generator. Determine critical field resistance of D.C. Shunt generator using O.C.C.

14.To Join electrical cables using standard cable joining methods.

15. Demonstrate nature of common faults in electrical installations of equipments and possible electrical tests/ inspections.

16. Practice installation of conduits, race ways, switch boards, distribution boards, lights, fans and lighting fixtures

17. 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 Connection.
  4. Obtain practical skills of basic instruments and working of circuits used in the workshop