## 17MAT23DB5: Sampling Techniques and Design of Experiments

SYLLABUS Section -I Concepts of census and sample survey, Principal steps involved in a sample survey, sampling and non-sampling errors, Bias, Precision and accuracy. Simple random sampling (SRS) with and without replacement. Use of random number tables, Estimate of population mean and its variance in case of simple random sampling, Simple random sampling of attributes. […]

## CS 305 DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF ALGORITHMS

SYLLABUS UNIT-I Introduction, Algorithm Specification, Performance analysis, Space Complexity, Time Complexity, Asymptotic Notation(O,Omega,Theta), Practical Complexities, Performance Measurement, Review of elementary data structure- Heap and Heap Sort, Hashing, Set representation. UNION, FIND. UNIT-II Divide-and Conquer: The general method, finding maximum minimum. Merge sort quick sort and selection. Greedy Method: Knapsack problem, Optimal Storage on […]

## 12MHM 354 Integral Equations

SYLLABUS Section I Linear integral equations, Some basic identities, Initial-value problems reduced to Volterra integral equations, Method of successive approximation to solve Volterra integral equations of second kind, Iterated kernels and Neumann series for Volterra equation. Resolvent kernel as a series in , Laplace transform method for a difference kernel, Solution of a Volterra integral […]

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## HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (c.1776-1945)

SYLLABUS Unit – I – The Background and II Making of the Republic [a]The land and indigenous people: settlement and colonization by Europeans; early colonial society and politics; indentured labour- White and Black [b] Revolution Sources of conflict: Revolutionary groups, Ideology: The War of Independence and its historical interpretations [c] Processes and Features of Constitution […]

## DSE-PSY-01: POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY

SYLLABUS UNIT – I Introduction: Positive Psychology: An Introduction, Perspectives on Positive Psychology: Western and Eastern, Character Strengths and virtues. UNIT – II Positive Emotional States and Processes: Happiness and Well being, Positive Affect and Positive Emotions, Emotional Intelligence, Resilience UNIT – III Positive Cognitive States and Processes: Self-efficacy, Optimism, Hope, Wisdom, […]

## BIT359 DIGITAL INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL

SYLLABUS UNIT –I Introduction to process control Introduction, control systems, process control block diagram, control system evaluation, time response, significance and statistics. Analog signal conditioning. principles of analog signal conditioning, passive circuits, op amps, op-amps in instrumentation, Industrial Electronics. Digital Signal Conditioning: Review of digital fundamentals, comparators, DACs ADCs Data Acquisition Systems (DAS). […]

## Indian Government and Politics

SYLLABUS Course objective: This course acquaints students with the constitutional design of state structures and institutions, and their actual working over time. UNIT-I: I. The Constituent Assembly and the Constitution a. Philosophy of the Constitution, the Preamble, and Features of the Constitution b. Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles c. Federalism UNIT-II : Organs […]

## Ring Theory and Linear Algebra-II

SYLLABUS Unit-I Polynomial Rings Over Commutative Rings, Division Algorithm And Consequences, Principal Ideal Domains,Factorization Of Polynomials, Reducibility Tests, Irreducibility Tests, Eisenstein Criterion, Unique factorization in Z[X]. Unit-II Divisibility In Integral Domains, Irreducibles, Primes, Unique Factorization Domains, Euclidean Domains. Unit-III Dual spaces, dual basis, double dual, transpose of a linear transformation and its matrix […]

## CC-PSY-05: PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH

SYLLABUS UNIT -I Basics of Research in Psychology What is Psychological Research? The Goals of Psychological Research; Principles of Good Research; Ethics in Psychological Research. Research Traditions Quantitative and Qualitative Orientations towards Research and their Steps; Comparing Qualitative and Quantitative Research Traditions; Formulating a Problem and Developing a Testable Research Question / Research Hypothesis. […]