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JMI B.E. (Part Time) 2013 Courses

Updated on: May 30, 2013

The Jamia Millia Islamia Faculty of Engineering and Technology offers a Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) evening program. The course is aimed at professionals who have a Diploma in Engineering. The classes are held between 6:00 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. Monday to Sunday. The practical classes are held on Sundays during daytime.

B.E. Part-time courses by Jamia Millia Islamia

B.E. (Evening) degree courses offered by Jamia Millia Islamia at Faculty of Engineering & Technology are:

  • Civil Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electronics & Communication Engineering
  • Computer Engineering

Eligibility criteria

One of the following are required:

  • A pass in three- to four-year engineering diploma course from a polytechnic or technical institute with a minimum of two years of professional experience after the diploma.
  • For admission into B.E. Computer Engineering branch: Three- or four-year diploma course in Electronics & Communication or Computer Engineering (or other applicable branch) with two years of work experience.
  • Jamia Millia Islamia diploma with a minimum of 70 percent marks can apply without professional experience.

B.E. seats

  • Civil Engineering: 70 Seats
  • Mechanical Engineering: 70 Seats
  • Electrical Engineering: 70 Seats
  • Electronics & Communication Engineering: 70 Seats
  • Computer Engineering: 70 Seats

Selection procedure

Admission to B.E. courses is made on the basis of the entrance test and experience (40 marks). The test has three hours allotted with 130 marks total. The test medium is English.

Syllabus

B.E. Computer Engineering (Evening) Entrance Test

C programming, number system, database, data structures, computer organization, object oriented programming, digital communication, digital logic, computer network, operation system.

B.E. Civil (Evening) Entrance Test

Engineering mechanics (13 marks): Law of forces. Centre of gravity; triangle, parallelogram and polygon law. Motion, acceleration and velocity. Work, power and energy.

Analysis of structures (25 marks): Stresses and strains. Elastic constants and their relationship, bending of beams, cantilever moment diagrams, stress and strain in pure torsion. Three moment equation.

Design of structures (25 marks): Concrete technology. Water-cement ratio, properties and ingredients of concrete, RCC beams, properties of types of steel, design methods, beam IS specifications, design of purlins and joint of trusses. Types of trusses and their applications.

Soil mechanics and foundation engineering (12 marks): Soil classification, effective stresses, soil exploration, field identification, SPT and dynamic cone penetration test.

Surveying (15 marks): Calculation of area, chain surveying, sprit leveling and leveling instruments, Compass surveying, tacheometry, plane table surveying.

Environmental engineering (10 marks): Sources of water, water demand, drinking water standards, plumbing terminology, water borne diseases, sewerage systems.

Transportation engineering (10 marks): History, highway alignment and surveys, sight distance, traffic characteristics and studies, traffic control, hill roads, highway drainage and maintenance. Railways, bridges and tunnels.

Hydraulics and irrigation engineering (20 marks): Physical properties of liquids. Pascal's law, centre of pressure, total pressure, surface tension, discharge through channels, types of irrigation systems, flow irrigation, flow equations.

 

For further details, please refer to the B.E. syllabuses provided on JMI's website for Computer Engineering and Civil Engineering.

 
 
Sources
 

"Admission Schedule for the Academic Session 2013-2014," Jamia Millia Islamia, http://jmi.ac.in/upload/admission/admission_schedule_2013.pdf
"Prospectus 2013-2014," Jamia Millia Islamia, http://jmi.ac.in/upload/admission/prospectus2013.pdf
"Syllabi for Entrance Tests," Jamia Millia Islamia, http://jmi.ac.in/studyatjamia/admission/29

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