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RGPV Work Shop Practice Syllabus BT106 BTech | New Scheme Based On AICTE Flexible Curricula 

As we know that the Rajiv Gandhi Proudhyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal i.e. RGPV is the biggest government technical University in the MP and it is only 1 government technical University in this state. The RGPV University present in the syamala Hills , Bhopal and all official work done only in the campus. It has many affiliated colleges which obey the all rules and regulations of that university. 
                    In the current session RGPV launches new courses of those students who are taking admission under the RGPV University Credit Based Grading System (CBGS) and after the completion of that course student will get B. Tech degree from the RGPV University.

               Here we Give the details of 1st year syllabus; please not it very carefully. and it is common for all branches like IT,EC,EE, EX,IP,IEM,CM,BT,BM, CS, EI / IC, CE, ME, FT, TX, AU,
MI, & AT (Information Technology, Electronics, electrical engineering, instrumentation, Bio medical, Mechanical, Fire technology, Textiles, Computer Science, Chemical Engineering Branches) .We are also advised to you please refer the official website of RGPV; of RGPV; i.e. www.rgpv.ac.in for more clarification.

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RGPV Work Shop Practice Syllabus - Code BT 106

Course Contents:

Lectures & videos: (10 hours)

1.         Manufacturing Methods- casting, forming, machining, joining, advanced manufacturing methods (3 lectures)
2.         CNC machining, Additive manufacturing (1 lecture)
3.         Fitting operations & power tools (1 lecture)
4.         Electrical &Electronics (1 lecture)
5.         Carpentry (1 lecture)
6.         Plastic moulding, glass cutting (1 lecture)
7.         Metal casting (1 lecture)
8.         Welding (arc welding & gas welding), brazing (1 lecture)

Course Outcomes:

At the end of this course, students will demonstrate the ability to
•          Understanding different manufacturing techniques and their relative advantages/ disadvantages with respect to different applications.
•          Selection of a suitable technique for meeting a specific fabrication need.
•          Acquire a minimum practical skill with respect to the different manufacturing methods and develop the confidence to design & fabricate small components for their project work and also to participate in various national and international technical competitions.
•          Introduction to different manufacturing methods in different fields of engineering.
•          Practical exposure to different fabrication techniques.
•          Creation of simple components using different materials.
•          Exposure to some of the advanced and latest manufacturing techniques being employed in the industry.
(ii)       Workshop Practice:(60 hours) 1. Machine shop (10 hours)
2. Fitting shop (8 hours)
3. Carpentry (6 hours)
4. Electrical & Electronics(8 hours)
5. Welding shop ( 8 hours (Arc welding 4 hrs + gas welding 4 hrs)
6. Casting (8 hours)
7. Smithy (6 hours)
8. Plastic moulding & Glass Cutting (6 hours)
Examinations could involve the actual fabrication of simple components, utilizing one or more of the techniques covered above.

Laboratory Outcomes

•          Upon completion of this laboratory course, students will be able to fabricate components with their own hands.
•          They will also get practical knowledge of the dimensional accuracies and dimensional tolerances possible with different manufacturing processes.
•          By assembling different components, they will be able to produce small devices of their interest.

Download Work Shop Practice Syllabus RGPV BT 106

Download Work Shop Practice Syllabus RGPV CBGS BT 1006

source: www.rgpv.ac.in


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