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The College Profile



The College History
Number the Students
The B.Sc. Engg. Programme
Highlights of the Branches


     In 1875, Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, a great social reformer started a
school. Later on, this school became the M.A.O. College. Finally, in
1920, the College was convertad into a fullfledged University by an 
Act of Parliament. 
Today, The Aligarh Muslim University is one of the ten Central Univer-
sities and a premier institute of learning in India.

Aligarh is situated 130 km. south-east of Delhi, on Delhi-Calcutta rail
and road routes.

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 Faculty of Engineering & Technology
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  The Faculty of Engineering & Technology is one of the ten Faculties
of the University. Following institutions are part of the Faculty:

1. Zakir Husain College of Engg. & Technology.
2. Institute of Petroleum Studies & Chemical Engg.
3. University Polytechnic.
4. Women's Polytechnic.


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 Zakir Husain College of Engg. & Technology
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The College is one of the oldest in the country.
It had it's humble beginnings in 1935 with the teaching of a few
technical courses. Regular three-year degree courses were introduced for
Mechanical and Electrical Engineering in 1940-41, followed by Civil
Engg. degree in 1942-43.
The College was renamed "Zakir Husain College of Engg. & Technology" in
1969, after Dr. Zakir Husain, an illustrious alumni of this University,
and former President of The Republic of India.
Today, it is one of the leading technical institutes in the country.
Cources in Micro-electronics, Computer Science & Technology, Environ-
mentol System Design, Air-pollution, Petroleum Processing and  Bio-
instrumentation, etc. have been incorporated in the studies.   Well
equipped laboratories support the curricula. The College offers
Bachelor's (B.Sc.) and Master's (M.Sc.) degree in the following disc-
iplines of engineering:



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 Number of Graduating Engineering Students
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B.Sc. Engineering (As of 1996)

Branch                      Seats
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Architecture                --
Chemical                    30
Civil                       60
Computer                    30
Electrical                  60
Electronics                 45
Mechanical                  90
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M.Sc. Engineering (As of 1996)

Branch                      Seats
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Civil                       16
Electrical                  25
Electronics                 20
Mechanical                  21
Petroleum Processing        10
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The B.Sc. Engineering Programme:

    The B.Sc. Engineering Programme is a four-year Integrated Course.
The students are admitted through a competitive written examination and
interview (Eligibility status: 10+2). The theory classes are reinforced by
well-designed laboratory courses and class projects.



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 HIGHLIGHTS OF CORE COURSES AND ELECTIVES (III & IV YEAR) (as of 1996)
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Chemical Engineering: 
  - Process Equipment Design
  - Chemical Engineering Design Report
  - Process Engineering & Plant Design
  - Computer Methods in Chemical Engineering
  - Energy Resources & Utilization
  - Petroleum Processing
  - Reaction Engineering
  - Chemical & Material Technology
  - Literature Servey, Report writing & Seminar
  - Heat & Mass Transfer Operation
  - Process Instrumentation & Control
  - Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
  - Industrial Economics & Management

  Elective Areas
  - Paper & Technology, Petroleum Technology
  - Petrochemical Technology
  - Pollution Abetment
  - Project Management
  - Computer Application in Chemical Industry
  - Stimulation of Chemical Plant, Design, etc.
  - Transport Phenomenon
  - Polymer Science & Technology

Civil Engineering: 
  - Theory of Structures
  - Computer Techniques
  - Construction Planning & Management
  - Environmental Engineering
  - Transportation Engineering
  - Design of steel and Concrete structures
  - Hydraulics
  - Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering
  - Irrigation Engineering
  - Class Project
  
  Elective Areas
  - Structural Engineering
  - Hydraulics Engineering
  - Soil Mechanics & Foundation
  - Environmental Systems and Design
  - Serveying,  etc.

Computer Engineering: 
  - Operating System
  - Discrete mathematics and Data structure
  - Systems Programming
  - Information systems and Data bases
  - Computer Programming Languages
  - Computer graphics and vision
  - Computer system design

  Elective Areas
  - Computer communication
  - Computer simulation, modelling and analysis
  - Computer Aided Design (CAD)
  - Automata theory and formal languages
  - Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  - Fault tolerant computing

Electrical Engineering: 
  - Control Theory
  - Numerical Analysis & Computer Programming
  - Microprocessor & Application
  - Principle of measurement & instrumentation
  - Electrical power systems
  - Electrical machines and drives
  - Power electronics

  Elective Areas
  - EHV AC and Transmission
  - Computer methods in P.S.
  - Non-conventional Engineering Sources
  - High voltage Engineering
  - Process instrumentation and control
  - Digital Computer Engineering
  - Power station practice
  - Advanced control systems
  - Bio-chemical Engineering

  Class Projects
  - Engineering economics and Principles of management
  - Power system and Electrical M/C design projects

Electronics Engineering: 
  - Engineering economics and management
  - Principles of communication engineering
  - Microprocessors and microcomputers
  - Principles of measurement and instrumentation
  - Digital electronics circuits and systems
  - Computer architecture
  - Signal processing
  - Computer Programming 
  - Control theory
  - Analog electronics
  - Network synthesis
  - Micro-electronics
  - Antenna and microwave engineering
  - T.V. and Radar engineering

  Elective Areas
  - Computer communication and electronic switching
  - Computer simulation, modelling and analysis
  - Computer Aided Design (CAD)
  - Digital communication
  - Optical fibre communication
  - LSI/VLSI design

  Class Project
  - Engineering electronics and principles of management

Mechanical Engineering: 
  - Strength of materials and Theory of structures
  - Fluid mechanics and Theory of mechanics
  - Applied thermodynamics
  - Workshop technology
  - Electrical technology
  - Machine design and drawing
  - Hydraulic machines
  - Engineering economics/management
  - Heat engines

  Elective Areas
  - Robotics
  - CAD/CAM
  - Air pollution and control
  - Industrial engineering


Note: For detailed listing of courses, please contact the Chairman
      concerned.

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