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Entrance Exam : Lateral Entry in B.Tech Admission MZUEEE Mizoram University Engineering Entrance Examination 2024
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MZUEEE Syllabus of Lateral Entry B.Tech

Syllabus of lateral entry in B.Tech in Civil Engineering (Mizoram University Engineering Entrance Examination)
Building Materials and Constructions :
Engineering Materials: Physical properties of construction materials: stones, bricks, timber, sand, tiles, lime, surkhi, mortar, concrete, varnishes, plastics, rubber, damp-proofing materials, termite treatment materials, materials for low cost buildings, seasoning and preservation of timber.

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Building Construction: Building components and their functions : walls, floors, roofs, ceilings, staircase, doors and windows, ventilation, air-conditioning, lighting & acoustics etc. Finishing of buildings: plastering, pointing, painting, use of building codes.

Design of Structures :
Design of RC Structures : Concept of mix design; Limit State and Working Stress method of design; Recommendations of I.S Codes of one way and two-way slabs, staircase, simple and continuous beams of rectangular T and L sections, compression members under direct load with or without eccentricity, isolated and combined footings, elevated and underground water tanks; Methods and systems of prestressing, anchorages, losses in prestress; design of prestress girder; Design of Cantilever and Counterford type retaining walls.

Engineering Mechanics :
Static : Coplaner and multiplaner system; Varignon’s theorem, free body diagrams, conditions of equilibrium; second moment of plane figure; force and funicular polygon; principle of virtual work; suspension systems of catenary.
Dynamic: Units and dimensions; Gravitational and absolute systems; MKS & S.I. Units; Vectors, concept of force, concept of particle and rigid body.
Kinematics: Rectilinear and Curvilinear motion; relative motion; instantaneous centre.
Kinetics: Mass moment of inertia; simple harmonic motion, momentum and impulse; equation of motion of rigid body rotating about a fixed axis.

Strength of Materials :
Simple Stress and strain; Elastic constants; tension and compression in one direction; riveted and welded joints.
Shear force and bending moment; Theory of simple bending; shear stress distribution in cross sectionof beams; beams of uniform strength; Strain energy in direct stress, bending and shear.

Fluid Mechanics :
Dynamics of fluid flow: Equation of continuity; energy and momentum Bernoulli’s theorem; cavitation, velocity potential and stream function; rotational and irrotational flow, free and forced vortices; flow net. Dimentional analysis and its application to practical problems

Viscous flow: Flow between static and moving parallel plates, flow through circular tubes; film lubrication; velocity distribution in laminar and turbulent flow;boundary layer.

Water Resour ces Engineering:
Hydrology: Hydrological cycle, precipitation evaporation; transpiration; depression storage; infiltration; overland flow; hrydograph; flood frequency analysis; flood estimation; flood routing through a reservoir; channel flow routing- Muskingam method.
Ground water flow: Specific yield; storage coefficient; coefficient of permeability; confined and unconfined aquifers; radial flow into well under confined and unconfined conditions; tube wells; pumping land recuperation tests; ground water potential.

Sanitation and Water Supply (Environmental Engineering):
Sanitation: Site and orientation of buildings; ventilation and damp proof course; house drainage; conservancy and water-borne systems of waste disposal; sanitary appliances; latrines and urinals.
Disposal of sanitary sewage: Industrial waste; domestic waste; storm sewage- separate and combined systems; flow through sewers; design of sewers; sewer appurtenances-manholes, inlet junctions, siphon, ejections etc.
Sewer treatment: Working principles; units, chambers; sedimentation tanks; trickling filters; oxidation ponds; activated sludge; recycling of waste water; septic tanks; soak pit; disposal of sludge.

Irrigation Engineering :
Water requirement for crops: Quality of irrigation water; consumptive use of water ; water depth and frequency in irrigation; duty of water; irrigation methods and their efficiencies.
Distribution system for canal irrigation: Determination of require canal capacity; canal losses; alignment of main and distributory canals
Design of canals : Unlined canals in alluvium; the critical tractive stress; principles of sediment transport; regime theories, lined canals; hydraulic design and cost analysis; drainage behind lining.
Canal structures: Design of regulation works; cross drainage and communication works- cross regulators, head regulators, canal aqueducts, metering flumes etc; canal outlets. Water logging; Its causes and control; design of drainage system; soil salinity
Diversion headworks: Principle and design of weirs of permeable and impermeable foundations; Khola’s theory; energy dissipation; stilling basin; sediment excluders Storage works: Types of dams including earth dam and their characteristics; principles of design; criteria for stability; foundation treatment; joint and galleries; control of seepage.
Spillways: Different types and their suitability; energy dissipation; spillway crest gates.
River training: Objectives of river training; methods of river training

Soil Mechanics :
Soil Mechanics : Properties and Classification of soils; Atterburg limits; void ratio; moisture content; permeability-laboratory and field tests (Darcy’s Law); seepage and flow nets; flow under hydraulic structures; uplift and quick sand condition; unconfined and direct shear test; triaxial test; earth pressure theories (Rankine’s theory and Coulomb’s wedge theory); stability of slopes; theories of soil consolidation ( Terzaghi’s theory); compaction of soil; rate of settlement; total and effective stress analysis; pressure distribution of soils; Boussinesque and Waterguard theories; soil stabilization.

Surveying, Estimation & Costing :
Surveying : General principles; surveying instruments and their adjustments; recording of survey observations; plotting of maps and sections; errors and their adjustments. Measurement of distances, direction and heights; correction to measured lengths and bearings; correction for local attraction; measurement of horizontal and vertical angles; leveling operations; refraction and curvature correction. Chain and compass survey; theodolite and techeometric traversing; traverse computation; plan table survey; solution of two and three points problems; contour surveying. Setting out directions and grades; types of curves; setting out of curves and excavation lines for building foundations. Field astronomy; concept of global positioning system; remote sensing concepts; map substitute.

Estimating and costing : Estimating quantities of various items of civil works like roads, bridges, building, water supply structures, dams, irrigation canals, hydro-power structures, airports, railways etc. estimating the costs of various items of works on the basis of prevalent market rates, analysis of rates of civil works items.

Transportation Engineering :
Roads : Classification of roads; planning of highway systems; alignment and geometric design; horizontal and vertical curves; grade separation. Road construction materials; types of pavements,design of pavements and pavement structures; construction methods; evaluation of pavement failure and strengthening. Maintenance of roads. Drainage system-surface and sub- surface drainages. Traffic engineering : Forcasting techniques, traffic survey- origin and destination survey; highway capacity;channelised and unchannelised intersections; traffic signs and road safety measures. Principles of highway financing.

Tunnelling : Alignment; methods of construction; disposal of muck; drainage; lighting & ventilation; traffic control; emergency management.

Syllabus of Lateral Entry in B.Tech in Electronics & Communication Engineering

Electronics device and Circuit : Diodes, Half wave, full wave rectifier, Zener Diode, Voltage regulator Bipolar Junction Transistor(BJT), Common Base, Common Collector, Common Emitter configuration, Biasing circuit, Field Effect Transistor, Light Emitting Diode, Silicon Control Rectifier (SCR).fundamental of Operational Amplifier(OP-AMP).
Switching Circuits: Switching action of transistor, multivibrator, Asatable multivibrator, Monostable multivibartor, bistable multivibartor.
Digital Electronics : Binary number system, Decimal to binary conversion, binary to decimal conversion, octal, hexadecimal , binary addition, subtraction, logic gates, De-Morgan’s theorem, Boolean algebra, half adder, Full adder, Flip Flop, combinational circuits.
Communication: Modulation, need of modulation, Amplitude Modulation(AM), Frequency modulation(FM), Generation of AM and FM, Demodulation, Pre-emphasis, De-emphasis, Principle of radio transmission and reception, radio receiver, Television fundamental, monochrome and colour television.
Wave propagation : Basic concept of antenna, types of wave propagation, surface wave propagation, space wave propagation, duct propagation, ionospheric propagation. Transmission lines, charactersictics impedance of coaxial and two wire lines, Basic concept of wave guides.
Instrumentation and measurement: Electrical measuring instruments, Galvanometer, Ammeter, power measurement, cathode ray oscilloscope (CRO), Digital meters.
Microprocessor: Basic concepts of Microprocessor, Instruction sets of 8-bit microprocessor 8085, 8-bit address bus, data bus, accumulator, registers, Interrupt, peripherals.

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