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MAULANA ABUL KALAM AZAD UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGYREVISED SYLLABUS TO BE IMPLEMENTED FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2017-18(FOR THE NEW BATCH ONLY)FIRST SEMESTERSl.No.1.Paper CodeSubjectBNS 1012.3.4.5.BNS 102BNS 103BNS 104BNS 1056.7.BNS 106BNS 1918.BNS 192English &Communication SkillsNautical MathematicsNautical PhysicsComputer ScienceGeneral ShipKnowledgeTerrestrial NavigationNautical Physics(Practical)Computer Science(Practical)TotalContact HoursLTPTotal5005Paper CodeSubjectBNS 201BNS 2023.4.5.BNS 203BNS 204BNS 2056.BNS 2067.BNS 2918.BNS 292Applied MathematicsApplied Physics &ElectricityNautical ElectronicsShip ConstructionShip OperationTechnologyChart Work andCollision PreventionRegulationsApplied Physics &Electricity (Practical)Nautical 0-126242--22230063628SECOND SEMESTERSl.No.1.2.CreditContact -222--22230063628

THIRD SEMESTERSl.No.1.Paper CodeSubjectBNS 3012.3.BNS 302BNS 3034.5.BNS 304BNS 3056.BNS 3067.BNS 3918.BNS 392Celestial NavigationPaper-IShip Stability Paper-IMarine EngineeringAutomation & ControlSystem Paper-IMeteorology Paper-ICargo Handling &Stowage Paper-IBridge Equipment &Watch Keeping Paper-ISeaman Ship Lab -1(Practical)Marine EngineeringWorkshop -1 (Practical)TotalContact -332--332250113628FOURTH SEMESTERSl.No.1.Paper CodeSubjectBNS 4012.3.BNS 402BNS 4034.5.BNS 404BNS 4056.BNS 4067.BNS 4918.BNS 492Life Saving & FireFighting AppliancesShip Stability Paper-IIMarine EngineeringAutomation & ControlSystem Paper-IIMeteorology Paper-IICargo Handling &Stowage Paper-IIShip Maintenance &EmergenciesSeamanship Lab –II(Practical)Marine EngineeringWorkshop-II (Practical)TotalContact -332--332250113628

FIFTH SEMESTERSl.No.1.Paper CodeSubjectBNS 5012.BNS 5023.BNS 5034.BNS 5045.6.BNS 505BNS 5067.BNS 591Coastal Navigation &Collision PreventionRegulationNaval ArchitecturePaper-ICelestial NavigationPaper-IISpecialized CargoHandling & StowageShipping ManagementBridge Equipment &Watch Keeping Paper-IIShip OperationTechnology Lab(Practical)TotalContact HoursLTPTotal4015Paper CodeSubjectBNS 6012.BNS 6023.BNS 6034.BNS 6045.BNS 6056.BNS 6067.BNS 691Voyage Planning &ECDISNaval ArchitecturePaper-IIShip Maneuvering &Collision PreventionRegulationsIMO & InternationalConventionHuman ResourceManagementDevelopment &LeadershipMarine EnvironmentalProtectionNavigational 27093628SIXTH SEMESTERSl.No.1.CreditContact -66427093628

MAULANA ABUL KALAM AZAD UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGYB.Sc. IN NAUTICAL SCIENCESEMESTER – IBNS 101ENGLISH AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS80 Hrs1Introduction: Communication: Concept, process, forms, importance of effectivecommunication, barriers and ways to overcome the barriers. Maritime English: Objectives, Definition, SMCP vs GeneralEnglish.10 hrs2Reading Comprehension: Reading process, different types of reading, techniques toimprove reading. Comprehension passages, scientific and technical texts,understand how to read and interpret graphic information,regulations and guidelines.10 hrs3Letter Writing (Maritime Correspondence): Sentence structure, process of writing i.e. to identify, organize andlist the points/ideas related to a given topic in a proper logicalsequence and write a rough draft and final draft. Letter Writing: types, parts, styles. Maritime Correspondence: Repatriation Letter, Requisition Letter,Promotion Letter, Letter of Indemnity, Grievance Letter.15 hrs4Report Writing (Maritime Correspondence): Précis Writing Structure of a technical report, description of factual details asobserved. Maritime Correspondence: Damage Report, Marine Note of Protest,Incident Report, Accident Report.15 hrs5Importance of SMCP and English Language among MultilingualCrew: Demonstrate an understanding of the relevance of STCW95 English15 hrs

requirements to all seafarers, broaden knowledge of industryspecific vocabulary.Standard Marine Communication Phrases: Procedure, Spelling,Message Markers, Responses, Distress/Urgency/ Safety Signals,Corrections, Readiness, Repetition, Numbers, Positions, Bearings,Courses, Distances, Speed, Time, Geographical Names, AmbiguousWords, Omission of “may”, “might”, “should” and “could.Use and understand the IMO Standard Marine CommunicationPhrases (SMCP)6Describe Crew Roles and Routines: Grammar, Vocabulary, Phonology, Communication Skills, StandardMarine Communication Phrases.7Check Task Completion in Routine Operations: 5 hrs10 hrsGrammar, Vocabulary, Phonology, Communication Skills, StandardMarine Communication Phrases.RECOMMENDED BOOKS FOR REFERENCE:123456789101112English Grammar and Composition: Wren & MartinIMO (2003). IMO Standard Marine Communication Phrases (SMCP). London: InternationalMaritime Organisation.Seaspeak Training Manual, Essential English for International Maritime use : PergamonPress UKBlakey, T.N. (1987) English for Maritime Studies, 2nd ed., Prentice-Hall International,LondonNisbet, A. & A. W. Kutz& C. Logie (1997) Marlins English for Seafarers, Study Pack 1,Marlins, EdinburghLogie, C., E. Vivers, A. Nisbet (1998) Marlins English for Seafarers, Study Pack 2, Marlins,EdinburghKluijven, van P. (2003) The International Maritime Language Programme (IMLP).Rotterdam, the NetherlandsFan Miaofu (1993) English Correspondence for International Shipping Business, (Shangai,China:Baijia Press),IMO (2000) Maritime English. Model Course 3.17R. C. Sharma and Krishna Mohan, “Business Correspondence and Report Writing”, TataMcGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2011.Meenakshi Raman and Prakash Singh, “Business Communication”, Oxford University Press,New Delhi, 2011.Kulbhushan Kumar, Effective Communication Skills, Khanna Publishing House, 2018.

MAULANA ABUL KALAM AZAD UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGYB.Sc. IN NAUTICAL SCIENCESEMESTER – IBNS 102NAUTICAL MATHEMATICS80 Hrs1Integral calculus and Beta & Gamma Functions:20 hrsMultiple Integrals-Double integration-definition, Evaluation of DoubleIntegrals, Change oforder of integration, Evaluation of double integrals bychanging the order of integration and changing to polar form. Tripleintegration-definition and evaluation (Cartesian, cylindrical and spherical polarcoordinates). Application of double integrals to compute Area, Mass, Volume.Application of triple integral to compute volume. Beta & gamma functions &their properties (without proof), Relation between Beta & Gamma functions,Duplication formula (with proof).2Spherical Trigonometry:15 hrsProperties of a spherical triangle and oblique spherical triangle. Cosine formula,Haversine formula, Sine formula and Four Part Formula and their application tonavigational problems. Polar triangle and application of their properties. Rightangle and quadrantal triangles. Napier’s Rules and their application tonavigational problems. Supplemental Theorem, Identities of moderatedifficulty.3Complex numbers:Definition, Cartesian, Polar & Exponential form of complex number. DeMoivre’s Theorem (without proof). Powers & Roots of Exponential andTrigonometric functions. Hyperbolic and Logarithmic functions. InverseHyperbolic & Inverse Trigonometric functions. Separation into real &imaginary parts of all types of functions. Expansion of sinnѲ, cosnѲ in terms ofsines and cosines of multiples of Ѳ and expansion of sinnѲ, cosnѲ in powers ofsinѲ, cosѲ.20 hrs

4Differential calculus:Successive differentiation: Standard form to find the nth derivative. Leibnitz’stheorem (without proof) & problems, Rolle’s theorem (without proof),Lagrange’s & Cauchy’s mean value Theorem (without proof). Taylor’stheorem, Taylor’s and Maclaurin’s series (without proof). Expansion of ex,sinx, cosx, tanx, sinhx, coshx, tanhx, log(1 x), sin-1 x, cos-1 x ,Binomial series.Indeterminate forms. L’Hospital rules. Partial derivatives of first and higherOrders. Total differentials, differentiation of composite & implicit functions.Euler’s theorem on homogeneous functions with two and three independentvariables (with proof). Deductions from Euler’s theorem. Errors &Approximations. Maxima & Minima of the functions of two variables.RECOMMENDED BOOKS FOR REFERENCE:1. An introduction to Spherical Trignometry - Clough-Smith J.H2. Spherical Trignometry - Capt. H. Subramaniam3. Higher Engineering Mathematics - Dr. Grewal, B.S4. A Text book of applied mathematics Vol.I - Wartikar, P.N. & Wartikar,J.N5. Further Engineering Mathematics – K.A.Stroud6. Advanced Engineering Mathematics – Dr. A.B. Mathur & Prof. V.P. Jaggi7. Advanced Engineering Mathematics - Chandrika Prasad & Reena Garg8. Engineering Mathematics - I, Reena Garg25 hrs

MAULANA ABUL KALAM AZAD UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGYB.Sc. IN NAUTICAL SCIENCESEMESTER – IBNS 1031NAUTICAL PHYSICSHeat and Thermodynamics:80 Hrs15 hrsHeat Transfer Mechanism: Conduction, Convection and Radiation, Expansion ofsolids, liquids and gases, application to liquid cargoes, heat capacity, specificheat capacity,sensible heat, latent heat. First and Second law of Thermodynamics,Carnot cycle, Heat engine and refrigerator, Concept of Entropy , Steamchart andMollier diagramHygrometry, Relative and absolute humidity, Vapour pressure, S.V.P., DewPoint, Effect on weather-Frost, Mist, Haze Cloud Formations, Rain, Snow andHail, Hygrometer-wet, dry and hair.15 hrs2Light:3Propagation of light, Shadows, Eclipses, Reflection of light at plane and curvedsurfaces, Rotation of a plane mirror, Sextant. Refraction, Total internal reflectionand its applications, refraction through a prism, Azimuth mirror, Periscope.Lenses, Image formation, Telescope, prism Binocular. Diffraction due to a singleslit and a circular aperture, Limit of resolution, Intensity of light, Chromaticity oflight, Interference - Coherent beams, Lasers, He-Ne laser, optical fiber and itsapplication.Explain why Wheelhouse windows are required to be inclined10 hrsSound:4Longitudinal and Transverse Waves, Velocity of sound, Effect of pressure,temperature, salinity and humidity on velocity of sound in air and water, Pitch,Quality & Loudness, Decibel. Doppler effect and its application. Interference oftwo travelling Waves – Beats, Phase comparison – use in Decca and Loran.Principle of Echo sounder, Refraction of sound waves.Mechanics and Hydromechanics:Relative velocity, Momentum, Impulse, collision-direct/oblique impact, circularmotion, Centre of mass and Centre of gravity, Moment of Inertia, Fly wheel,angular momentum, torque, conservation of angular momentum, concept ofgyroscope. Newton’s Law of Gravitation, Machines, Mechanical Advantage,velocity ratio, Efficiency. Pulley-Differential wheel and axle pulley, Westondifferential pulley and Gears.Explain and apply Triangle and Parallelogram of forcesExplain basic concepts of S.H.M. and its features, typical examples such as apendulumExplain resonance with relation to critical revolutions of machineryand rolling20 hrs

Pascal law and its applications, Total pressure on immersed surfaces, Law ofFloatation, Archimedes principle and buoyancy, Flow in pipe lines, streamline andturbulence flow, Bernoulli’s theorem and its applications.5Properties of Matter:10 hrsAtmospheric Pressure, Barometer, venturimeter, Elasticity, Modulus of elasticity,Hooke's Law, Cantilever, Bending of Beams, Shearing force, Rigidity, Surfacetension, Capillarity, Angle of contact, Excess pressure inside a bubble, Air bubblesin oil tank, Viscosity and viscous flow, Reynolds number.6Earth and Ship Magnetism:Earth as a magnet, Magnetic elements and their variation, Angle of dip, soft andhard magnetic material, Ship magnetism and its components, Effect of motion ofship and latitude on the compass, magnetic compass and gyrocompass.Recommended Books For Reference:1. Advanced level physics: Nelkon & Parker2. Applied physics: JH Clough-Smith3. University physics: Young, Sears & Zemnasky4. Text book of Engineering Mechanics: R.S.khurmi5. Heat & Thermodynamics: Brijal & R.Subramaniam6. Principles of Physics: Fredrick.J.Bueche7. Advanced Practical Physics – Worsnop and Flint10 hrs

MAULANA ABUL KALAM AZAD UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGYB.Sc. IN NAUTICAL SCIENCESEMESTER – IBNS 1041COMPUTER SCIENCE80 HrsIntroduction to MS Office: MS Word:Create and save documentation. Open, find, and rename files and folders. Use “Print”commands. Use “Paragraph” options, “Bullets” and “Numbering” Use “FormattingToolbar”. Use spelling and grammar checks in the document. Use “Headers andFooters”. Insert symbols and pictures. Create tables in MS-Word. Use formulas in MS –WORD Mail merge, Embedding Excel to WORD MS Excel:Create workbooks, working with rows, columns, cells and Worksheets. Insert picturesand graphics. Format cells. Use conditional formatting on data in cells, Perform BasicCalculations – Add, Subtract, Multiply, Divide, Calculate averages, Find the maximumvalue. Advanced Calculations – Create formulas, employ the function wizard, Addcomments, Create charts MS Power Point:Create a presentation: Create a slide, Add new slides, Insert pictures, Format text,Format pictures, and Preview a presentation. Insert tables and charts, Employ designtemplates, Employ a master slide, and rearrange slides. Animate text, animate graphics,Create slide transitions, Advance slides automatically, Preparing Live Presentations,Make presentations portable. MS Access:Working with Database Objects: Tour of a Table Adding, Editing and Deleting Records,Tour of a Form, Tour of a Query, Tour of a Report, Previewing and Printing a Database.Object Selecting Data Cutting, Copying and Pasting, Data Creating a Query, Sorting aQuery Using AND and OR Operators in a Query, Creating a Form with the FormWizard, Creating a Report with the Report Wizard.25 hrs

2Computer Arithmetic:20 hrsBinary, octal, decimal & hexadecimal number Systems & mutual conversion: addition,Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, 1’s & 2’s complemen