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<ul><li><p>L E G E N D </p><p>Column No. </p><p>1. </p><p>Title </p><p>COM COD </p><p>Explanation </p><p>Computer Code of the Course </p><p>2. COURSE NO Course Number </p><p>3. COURSE TITLE Course Title </p><p>4. </p><p> 5. </p><p>CREDIT </p><p> SEC </p><p>L = Lecture Hours per week </p><p>P = Practical Hours per week </p><p>U = Total Units of the course </p><p>Section number </p><p>6. INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE / Instructor Name in BLOCK LETTERS indicates INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE Other Names are of Instructors </p><p>7. ROOM First digit of the four digit number indicates the Faculty Division in which the room is located: </p><p>1 for FD I, 2 for FD II, 3 for FD III, 4 for Workshop and 5 for new Lecture theatre complex. </p><p>Second digit indicates the floor: 1 for ground floor &amp; 2 for first floor </p><p>Third and fourth digits form the serial number of the room. </p><p>(See Map on facing page) </p><p>8. DAYS M = Monday T = Tuesday </p><p>W = Wednesday </p><p>Th = Thursday </p><p>F = Friday </p><p>S = Saturday </p><p>9. HOURS The number indicates timings as per Timetable </p><p>10. COMMON HOUR D = Day H = Hour </p><p>R = Room </p><p>11. COMPRE EXAM DATE (Session) FN: 8 .00 A.M. to 11.00 A.M. AN: 3.00 P.M. to 6.00 P.M. </p><p>Comprehensive examination date for lab courses to be announced by Instructor-in-charge </p></li><li><p>1 </p><p>C O N T E N T S </p><p>I. </p><p>Course Handout </p><p>Page </p><p>1 </p><p>II. Coursewise Timetable for the Second Semester 2013-2014 3 </p><p>III. Schedule of Tests and Quizzes for the Second Semester 2013-2014 62 </p><p>IV. Textbooks for the Second Semester 2013-2014 85 </p><p>V. Courses for which course-wise fees is required in addition to the Semester fees 138 </p><p>VI. Suggestions for choosing Electives 139 </p><p>VII. Prerequisites/Restrictions 140 </p><p>VIII. Certain instructions regarding registration 142 </p><p>IX. Pool of Humanities Courses for students admitted in 2011 onwards in first degree programmes: 143 </p><p>X. List of Equivalent courses 144 </p><p>XI. Library, EDD and BITS Coop Procedures 154 </p><p>XII. University-Industry Linkages: Practice School Programmes 155 </p><p> Timetable Blank </p><p> Examination Schedule Blank </p><p> Timetable Team </p><p>Advertisements: </p><p> BITS COOP (AKSHAY) </p><p> Narosa Publishing House Pvt. Ltd. </p><p> PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd. </p><p> WILEY India, New Delhi </p><p> I.K. International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd. </p><p> Universities Press, Hyderabad </p><p> New age International (P) Limited, Publishers </p><p> Issued on: 10.01.2014 </p><p>NOTE: This Timetable does not contain off-campus programmes run by Work Integrated Learning Programmes Division. These are </p><p>given in a separate booklet. </p></li><li><p>1 </p><p>I. COURSE HANDOUT </p><p>Each course has a Course Handout which describes all the operational details of the Course. This is in two parts. While Part I describes the general </p><p>operational details applicable to all courses, Part II describes the specific details for a particular course in terms of lecture wise plan, reference </p><p>material, evaluation schedule, etc. Part I of the handout is given below and Part II of the handout will be available to the students during the first </p><p>week of class-work at the Instruction Division Website (http://172.18.6.177/ID/). </p><p>COURSE HANDOUT PART-I </p><p>1. Textbook: Refer to the Timetable for the Textbook of the course, and also in the course handout (Part II). </p><p>2. Attendance: Every student is expected to be regular to all lecture classes, tutorials, laboratories, tests, quizzes, seminars, etc. and i n fulfilling all </p><p>tasks assigned to him. Attendance will be recorded. </p><p>3. Home Assignment: Every student must submit promptly and properly all take-home assignments. (For details see part II). </p><p>4. Reading Assignment: Every student must complete his/her reading assignment and come prepared to the class. (For details see part II of the </p><p>handout). </p><p>5. Evaluation: </p><p>(a) The components of evaluation for each course encompass tests, quizzes, home assignments, lab work, viva-voce, project reports, term papers, </p><p>seminars, comprehensive examination etc based on the nature of evaluation scheme of the course. The specific components (Mid-semester test, </p><p>Comprehensive examination etc.) and their weightage for a particular course will be spelled out in part II of the course handout. </p><p>(b) Every course will have both closed and open book components of evaluation. Open Book / Take-Home evaluation component will have at </p><p>least 20% and 40% weightage for first degree and higher degree courses respectively. First degree and higher degree courses will have at most </p><p>80% and 60% of the evaluation based on Tests / Exams respectively. </p><p>(c) The higher degree courses will also include two or more research-oriented activities (Literature Survey, Seminars/Presentations, Research </p><p>Summaries, Design/Development of processes/products/artifacts, Experimental or Quantitative Analysis of processes/products/phenomena, </p><p>Design of Experiments etc.) </p><p>(d) A mid-semester test of 90 minutes duration (25-35% Weightage) during a specific identified period (3rd March 8th March, 2014) will be conducted for all courses. The comprehensive examination will carry a weightage of 35% to 45% and is normally of 3 hours duration. </p><p>(e) For dates of Mid-semester test and comprehensive examination, students are advised to refer to the Timetable, and the course handout (Part II of </p><p>the handout). Rooms allotted for the tests/quizzes will be displayed in the Notice Boards and also will be available in the Instruction Division </p><p>website at appropriate time. </p></li><li><p>2 </p><p>6. Make-up: </p><p>Make-up for any component of evaluation will be given only in genuine cases of absence. Prior permission of the instructor -in-charge, before the </p><p>examination, is necessary, if the absence is anticipated. In exceptional circumstances the request for make-up should reach the Instructor-in- charge </p><p>at the earliest. The make-up will be arranged normally in about a week from the date of regular examination. </p><p>7. Return of Marked Answerbooks: </p><p>The marked answerbooks are normally distributed in the classroom within ten days after the examination on two consecutive tur ns, beyond which </p><p>the same may be collected from Instructor's chamber within one week. In the case of comprehensive examination the answerbooks will be </p><p>distributed/shown to the students at a pre-announced venue and time before finalization of the grades. Request for recheck of the answers must be </p><p>made immediately upon receipt of the answer books. </p><p>8. Discussion of Performance: </p><p>At the time of or before the distribution of marked answer books, performance vis-a-vis the expected correct answers will be discussed. The highest, </p><p>lowest, and average marks will also be announced simultaneously. </p><p>9. Mid-semester Grading: </p><p>Mid-semester grading will be announced normally in the month of March. It is done in the same manner as that of the final grading as explained </p><p>below. </p><p>10. Pre-comprehensive Total </p><p>Students must check their pre-comprehensive total of marks with their respective instructors before the comprehensive examination. </p><p>11. Final Grading: </p><p>The total marks of all students in the course will be tabulated in a descending order (equivalently a histogram). The performance of the class will be </p><p>analysed in terms of average, highest, and lowest marks and dividing lines between various clusters. Gaps between clusters and the nature of cl usters </p><p>will guide drawing the dividing lines between various grades (and grade points) such as A(10), A- (9), B (8), B- (7), C (6), C- (5), D (4), E (2) on a </p><p>10-point scale. In a normal class of large size, the C band will usually include the average mark. This is not a hard and fast rule, and exceptions may </p><p>arise in cases of small classes or a skewed histogram etc. Border line cases will be decided on a case by case basis keeping in view the consistency </p><p>of performance, progressive improvement, exceptionally good performance in comprehensive examination, regularity of attendanc e and class </p><p>participation. If a student gives the instructor inadequate opportunity to evaluate him by absenting himself from various components of evaluation, </p><p>he will get an NC report (ref. Academic Regulations 4.19, 4.20). </p><p>12. Chamber Consultation Hours: </p><p>Each instructor will specify his/her chamber consultation hours during which the student can contact him/her in his/her chamber for consultation. </p><p>(For details see part II of handout) </p><p>13. Notices: Notices, concerning a course will be displayed on one specific Faculty Division Notice Board only. (For details see part II of handout). </p></li><li><p>COURSE TITLECOURSE NO.COM</p><p>L P U</p><p>SINSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE/</p><p>SECOND SEMESTER 2013-2014</p><p>ROOM HOURSCREDITCOD</p><p>EC</p><p> InstructorDAYS COMMON</p><p>D H R</p><p>COMPREDATE &amp;</p><p>II. 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