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Bachelor of Technology in metrology engineering

Programme Objective

B.Tech in metrology Engineering Course Details Metrology is divided into three basic, overlapping activities:[7][8] Definition of internationally accepted units of measurement Realisation of these units of measurement in practice Traceability, linking measurements made in practice to reference standards Metrology has three basic sub-fields, which use the three basic activities in varying degrees:[7] Scientific or fundamental metrology Applied, technical or industrial metrology Legal metrology In each country, a national measurement system (NMS) exists as a network of laboratories, calibration facilities and accreditation bodies which implement and maintain its metrology infrastructure.[9][10] The NMS affects how measurements are made in a country and their recognition by the international community, which has a wide-ranging impact in its society (including economics, energy, environment, health, manufacturing, industry and consumer confidence).[11][12] The effects of metrology on trade and economy are some of the easiest-observed societal impacts. To facilitate fair trade, there must be an agreed-upon system of measurement.[12]

Eligibility : 12th(science pcm)
Programme Fee : Tuition fee 45000 per/sem.
Examination Fee : Examination Fees per annum 2000/-
Registration Fee : Registration Fees one time 1200/-
Prospectous Fee : Prospectous one time 1000/-
Minimum Duration : 2 years
Maximum Duration : 4 years
Minimum Counselling : It is based on credits and one credit amounts to 10 hours counselling and hand-on experience at DESC.
Preparatory Module :
METROLOGY ENGINEERING Duration : 4 Years
Metrology is defined by the International Bureau of Weights and Measures (BIPM) as "the science of measurement, embracing both experimental and theoretical determinations at any level of uncertainty in any field of science and technology."[1] The ontology and international vocabulary of metrology (VIM) is maintained by the International Organisation for Standardisation.
PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
Semester I
Courses Title Courses Credits
1 Mathematics I
2 Chemestry
3 English For Communication
4 Electrical Engineering
5 Mechanics
6 Introduction to Manufacturing Process
Semester II
Courses Title Courses Credits
7 Mathematics II
8 Applied Physics
9 Programming and data sturucture
10 Baisc Electronics
11 Engineering Drawing and Graphics
12 Environment Studies
Semester III
Courses Code Courses Title
13 Mathematical III
14 Thermodynamics
15 Fluid Mechanics
16 Workshop Process
17 Electrical machine
Semester IV
Courses Code Courses Title
18 Society,Environment,Engineering
19 Dynamic
20 Solid Mechanics
21 Heat Transfer I
22 Theory of machine
Semester V
Courses Code Courses Title
23 Metal cutting and tool design
24 Control System
25 Computer Graphics
2 CNC Programming
27 Operation Research
Semester VI
Courses Code Courses Title
28 Strength of Materials
29 Industrial Engg. & Production Management
30 Design of Machine Elements
31 Hydraulic Machines
32 Industrial Economics & Management
Semester-VII
Courses Code Courses Title
33 Material Science and Metallurgy
34 Physical Metallurgy
35 Foundry Engineering
36 Powder Metallurgy
37 Foundry Engineering Practical
38 Powder Metallurgy Practical
Semester VIII
Courses Code Courses Title
40 Material Science & Metallurgy - II
41 Physical Metallurgy - II
42 Mechanical Metallurgy

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