सार्वभौमिक मानवीयतापूर्ण आचरण / Universal Human Conduct

1.         GENERAL

1.1 TITLE : सार्वभौमिक मानवीयतापूर्ण आचरण / Universal Human Conduct

1.2 *COURSE NUMBER (If known):: HVE315

1.3 CREDITS::  9 (L-T-P::3-0-0)

1.4 SEMESTER-OFFERED: EVEN

1.5 PRE-REQUISITES: Knowledge of Hindi is Essential [The course will be taught in Hindi]

1.6 COURSE COMMITTEE MEMBERS:: Amrendra Kumar (Min. Engg.) & Yogesh Kumar (Mech. Engg.)

2. OBJECTIVES: This course is designed for transferring the right understanding and definite human conduct in the students. The conduct of every human differs from human to human. Through this course an attempt is being made to introduce the definite human conduct in students.  The conduct of a human being can be definite only if knowledge of right understanding and right human conduct is taught to them.

3. COURSE TOPICS:

3.1 मानव में व्यवस्था (क्रियापूर्णता)                                                                                                            

जीवन में होने वाली १० क्रियाएं, आस्वादन , चयन, तुलन, विश्लेषण, चिंतन, चित्रण, बोध, संकल्प, अनुभव, प्रमाणिकता |

शरीर में होने वाली क्रियाएं |

[06L]

3.2 मानवीयतापूर्ण आचरण (आचरणपूर्णता)

मानव के प्रकार और उनके स्वभाव, विषय एवं दृष्टियां |

[03L]

3.2.1 मूल्य

(A) परिवार मूल्य,          

स्थापित मूल्य: विश्वास, सम्मान, स्नेह, ममता, वात्सल्य, कृतज्ञता, गौरव, श्रद्धा, प्रेम |

शिष्ट मूल्य: सौजन्यता, सौहाद्रता,निष्ठा, उदारता, सहजता, सौम्यता, सरलता, पूज्यता, अनन्यता|

[12L]

(B) मानव मूल्य,

धीरता, वीरता, उदारता, दया, कृपा, करुणा |

[04L]

(C) जीवन मूल्य,

सुख , शांति, संतोष, आनंद |                                                                                                                                          

[02L]

(D) वस्तु मूल्य

उपयोगिता, कला |

[02L]

3.2.2 चरित्र

स्वधन, स्वनारी / स्वपुरुषदयापूर्ण व्यवहार और कार्य |             

[03L]

3.2.3 नैतिकता

अर्थनीति, धर्मनीति, एवं राज्यनीति |

 [06L]

 4. READINGS

4.1    TEXTBOOKS::

·         “Foundational Course in Human Values & Professional Ethics” by R Sangal, RR Gaur and G P Bagaria.

·         जीवन विद्या : एक परिचय [http://www.madhyasth-darshan.info]

       4.2 *REFERENCE BOOKS::

·         मानव व्यवहार दर्शन [http://www.madhyasth-darshan.info]

·         मानव कर्म दर्शन [http://www.madhyasth-darshan.info]


5.      OTHER SESSIONS

5.1    *TUTORIALS:: YES

5.2    *LABORATORY:: NIL

5.3    *PROJECT:: YES.

6. ASSESSMENT (Indicative only): To be specified by the instructor concerned, at the beginning of the semester.

6.1    HOME ASSIGNMENTS AND QUIZZES:: [10% GRADE]

6.2    PERIODICAL EXAMS :: [30% GRADE]

6.3    FINAL SEMESTER EXAM:: [40% GRADE]

6.4    TERM PAPER:: [20% GRADE]


7. OUTCOME OF THE COURSE: This course introduces the concepts of right understanding and definite human conduct in the students. This course will introduce the definite human conduct and right understanding in the students.


8. EXPECTED ENROLLMENT FOR THE COURSE: 30

1.0. GENERAL

1.1 title: INTEGRATED PRODUCT DESIGN AND  DEVELOPMENT

1.2 COURSE NUMBER:  : ME 566 (DE)

1.3 CREDITS :3-0-0 (09 Credits)

1.4 SEMESTER- OFFERED:  even

2.0 OBJECTIVE:

The course has been designed to impart the basic understanding of product DESIGN the development process from idea to manufacturing level

 

PRE-REQUISITES: None 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 3.0 DETAILED SYLLABUS:

 

·         Modern Product development and design theories: Understanding the opportunity, Develop a concept, Implement a concept, Reverse engineering and redesign methodology.

·         Product development process tools: Product development teams, Planning Process, Planning and scheduling tools.

·         Understanding customer needs: Kano diagram of customer satisfaction, Prioritizing Customer needs

·         Establishing product function: Function analysis system technique, Function structure.

·         Product tear down and experimentation: Tear down process, methods, applications, Post teardown reporting.

·         Benchmarking and establishing engineering specifications: Product Portfolios and portfolio Architecture: Portfolio architecture types and choice, Product modularity, Clustering.

·         Generating concepts and concept selection: Information gathering, Brainstorming, TRIZ, Morphological Evaluation, Concept selection Process, Numerical Concept scoring.

·         Concept embodiment: System modeling and embodiment principles.

·         Modeling of Product metrics: Modeling approaches and case studies.

·         Design for the environment: DFE methods, Life cycle assessment, Techniques to reduce environmental impact.

·         Analytical and Numerical model solutions: Simulation and optimization techniques.

·         Design for robustness: Robust Design model construction, methods.

4.0 READING:

1.      Kevin N. Otto, Kristin L. Wood, Product Design, Pearson Education, 2004.

2.      Gahl, W Beitz J Feldhusun, K. G. Grote, Engineering Design, 3rd Edition, Springer 2007.

3.      W. Ernest Eder, S. Hosendl., Design Engineering, CRC Press, 2008.

4.      Ali  K.  Kamrani  and  Emad  Abouel  Nasr,  “Engineering  Design  and  Rapid  Prototyping”,

Springer, 2010.

5.0 .  OTHER SESSION

5.1 TUTORIALS :  Yes

5.2 LABORATORY :  Yes

5.3 PROJECT :  Yes

 

6. ASSESSEMENT : 

6.1 HA : 05

6.2 QUIZZES- HA : 05
6.3 PERIODICAL EXAMINATION : 30

6.4 PROJECT/ LAB :  15
6.5 FINAL EXAM : 50

 

7. OUTCOME OF THE COURSE:

·         Understand the Reverse Engineering and redesign methodology, and modern design Theories for effective development of present day engineering products.

·         Describe  the  social,  environmental  and  ethical  concerns  to  be  addressed  during Product development.

·         Understand the modeling and embodiment Principles used in product development process.

·         Identify  the  significance  of  analytical  and  numerical  techniques  in  Product development engineering.

·         Understand  the  concepts  of  Robust  design,  and  develop  physical  models  using product design theory.

8. EXPECTED ENROLMENT IN THE COURSE :  30

9. DEPARTMENTS OTHER THAN YOUR OWN TO WHICH THIS COURSE WOULD BE OF INTEREST : 

10. ANY OTHER REMARKS :