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General Structure Of Blood Circulation in Humans - Heart and major Blood vessels and their Functions, Special Properties of Cardiac Muscle and Pace Maker.

General Structure of Respiratory System and its Functions. Lungs and Trachea.

General Structure and functions of Male and Female Reproductive System

Basic Anatomy of Special Senses- Eye, Ear, Tongue, Nose and Skin

Cable Properties and Functions of Nervous System with respect to Sensory Organs

General Structure and Functions of various tissues of the human body


General Physiology Bone and Muscle including force and tension

General physiology of Neuro-Muscular system, velocity of nerve impulse an muscle action potentials and coupling mechanism.

General Mechanism of Digestion and role of Various Gastro intestinal secretions and their role in the absorption and digestion of food

General Physiology of Renal - Urology System - Urine formation, Pressure, Volume and concentration of Urine and laws governing the plasticity of bladder

Physiology of Nerve Impulse, Neuro-transmission and reflex arc.

Bioelectrical phenomena involved in learning and memory


Blood and Lymphatic System. Composition of Blood and its structure, Blood Groups, Role of R.B.C and W.B.C . Mechanism of Blood Oxygenation

Biophysical aspects of blood pressure and its recording and regulating techniques.

Cardio - Respiratory system - Respiratory pathways, Functional aspects and mechanism of respiration.Hormone production and Physiology of Menstruation and Fertilization, Mechanism of family planning

EXAMINATION: One question from each unit with internal choice.


  1. Charles E. Tobin, Basic Human Anatomy, McGraw Hill, 1980.

  2. An Introduction to Human Physiology. Third Edition. By J. H. Green. Oxford University Press, New York, (1972).

  3. Human Physiology- the Mechanism of body functions, McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math; 11th edition (2007).

  4. ‘Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology’ by .Elaine.N. Marieb, 8th Edition, Pearson Education, New Delhi, (2007).


  1. Anatomy and Physiology by Rod.R.Seeley, TD.Stephens and Philip tate- McGrewHill-Higher Education. 1989.

  2. Anatomy & Physiology by Gary A. Thibodeau, Kevin T. Patton ISBN-13: 9780323037181 Hardcover, Elsevier Science Health Science div (2006).

  3. Human Anatomy by Michael P. McKinley, Valerie Dean O'Loughlin , McGraw-Hill College, (2005).

  4. Anatomy & Physiology: The Unity of Form and Function by Kenneth Saladin, McGraw-Hill College (2006).

  5. Principles of Anatomy and Physiology by Gerard J. Tortora, Bryan H. Derrickson, Bryan Derrickson , John Wiley & Sons Inc, (2008).

  6. Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology by Frederic H. Martini, Judi L. Nath, Benjamin-Cummings Pub Co. (2008).

  7. The Cell: A Molecular Approach by Geoffrey M. Cooper, Robert E. Hausman Publisher: Sinauer Associates; 3rd edition, (2003).

  8. Principles of Anatomy and Physiology Gerard J. Tortora Pub. John Wiley & Sons Inc (2005).

  9. Anatomy & Physiology by Saladin Editions: McGraw-Hill, (2006).

  10. Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology by Elaine N. Marieb Publisher: Benjamin-Cummings Pub Co, (2008).

  11. William F.Ganong, ‘Review of Medical Physiology’, 22nd edition, McGraw Hill, New Delhi, (2005).

  12. A.K. Jain, ‘Text book of Physiology’, volume I and II, Third edition, Avichal Publishing company, New Delhi, (2005).


Subject code : BTT.1.107

Sessional : 30

Periods / Week : 3

Examination : 70

Nature of Examination : Theory

Exam Duration : 3 Hrs


Introduction: Block diagram of a digital computer. Function of the various units. Operating systems, data representation. Concepts of algorithms and flow charts. Higher level programming languages for computer.

C-Language: The character set, Keywords and identifiers, Data types constants and variables, declaration of variables, defining symbolic constants. Data Input & Output: Getchar, putchar scanf,printf,gets,puts functions, preprocessing commands-#include,define, ifdef, Preparing and running a complete C program. Operators & Expressions: Arithmetic, Unary, Relational, Logical, Assignment and conditional Operators. Library functions. Control statements: While, do-while, for statements, Nested loops. If else, switch break, continue and go to statements, to ?:operator.


Functions: Defining & accessing a function. Passing arguments to a function. Specifier arguments data types. Function prototypes. Recursion. Usage of library function, storage. Classes: Automatic, external and static variables.

Arrays: Defining & Processing array. Passing array to a function. Multidimensional arrays, arrays and strings.

Pointers: Pointer declarations. Accessing a variable through its pointer, pointer expression. Passing pointers to a function. Pointers and arrays. Operators on pointers. Structures: Defining and processing a structure, Users - defined data types. Structures and pointers. Passing structures to a function. Unions.

File Management: Opening, closing, processing a data file. Input/Output operations of files.


C++ Language: Overview of C++, literals, variables, operators, expressions, simple assignment and I/O statements, control structures, arrays and strings, pointers-expressions. Functions - parameters, inline functions, recursion, storage classes. References, passing and returning references, preprocessor statements.


Introduction to object oriented programming - objects, classes, instant variables and methods, new and delete operators. Constructors, static class members. Function and operator overloading, inheritance. Virtual functions, polymorphism, file I/O, exception handling.


Programming in C and C++ for numerical applications:

Roots of nonlinear equations: Bisection method and Newton-Raphson's method.

Integration of functions: Trapezoidal rule and Simpson's rule. Solution of ordinary differential equations: Euler's modified Euler's and fourth order Runge-Kutta methods.

Examination: One question from each unit with internal choice.


1. Balaguruswamy E, Programming in ANSCI Tata Me Graw Hill Publishign Ltd. 2nd Edition, (1996).

2. Herber Sohildt-C++ the complete reference, Tata McGraw Hill, (1998).

3. Balaguruswamy, E Theory and Application of Numberical computing, TMH, (1999).


1. Kocha Stephen C.Programming in C, CBS Publishers, 1987.

2. Robert Hutehison and Steven B.Just,MC, Programming using the C language, MC Graw, 1988.

3. Kerninghan, B.W. and Ritchie D.M., The C programming language, PHI, 2" .

4. Jeseliberty, HimKeogh, C++ an Introduction to Programming, PHI, (1998).

5. Computer Oriented Numerical Methods by V. Rajaraman ,3rd edition, Publisher: Prentice-hall Of India Pvt Ltd.

6. C: A Reference Manual by Samuel P. Harbison , Guy L. Steele. Prentice Hall; 5 edition (2002).

7. The Art of C++ By Herbert Schildt Published by McGraw-Hill Professional, (2004)

8. Professional C++ By Nicholas Solter, Scott Kleper Edition: (2005) Published by John Wiley and Sons,

9. Introducing C++ for scientists, engineers, and mathematicians By Derek M. Capper

2nd Edition, Published by Springer, (2001).

10. C++ how to program By Paul J. Deitel, Harvey M. Deitel 6th Edition, Published by Prentice Hall, (2007).


Subject code : BTT.1.108

Sessional : 25

Periods / Week : 3

Examination : 50

Nature of Examination : Practicals

Exam Duration : 3 Hrs


Carpentry: Study of carpentry tools, wood working lathe wood working maching,

Different types of joints their study and preparation.

House wiring: Study of materials and tools necessary in house wiring. Study and Exercise in various house wiring circuits.

Fitting: Study of tools and machines in fitting shop, graded exercises

Smithy: Study of tools and machines in smithy shop. Graded exercises.

Welding: Brazing and Soldering: Study of common tools and their uses, simple demonstration exercises.


1. Gupta & Kaushi (workshop Technology, Part-I and Part - II)

2. Hazra & Chowdry (workshop Technology, Part-I and Part - II)


1. Instruments and their uses, lettering:

2. Geometrical construction: Construction of regular polygons by different methods.

3. Construction of scales: R.E. Types of scales plain, Diagonal, Vernier, Comparative.

4. Curves in Engineering Practice: Ellipse, Parabola, Hyperbola, Cycloid, Involute, Helix, Archimedean spiral.

5. Projection of points and straight lines: Points in different quadrants - Projects of and planes straight lines parallel, perpendicular and inclined to both planes traces. Projection of planes inclined to both plane.

6. Projection of solids and sections: Cube, Cone, prism, pyramid axis inclined (Sectional View) to planes.

7. Development of surfaces: Development of simple objects like prism pyramid cone & cylinder.

8. Isometric projection: Isometric scale, Isometric projection of prism pyramids, cylinders and cones, sphere and their combinations.

9. Orthographic Projections: Orthographic Projections of simple figures with a sectional view from a given pictorial view.

10. Machine Drawing (Sectional views): Sketching of Bolts Nuts cotter & Joints, Riveted joints, Bearings.


1. Elementary Engineering Drawing N.B. Bhatt Charolar Publications 34th Edition, (1998).

2. Machine Drawing, N.D. Bhatt, Charolar Publications, Anand, New Delhi, 28th Edition, 1993.

3. Machining Drawing, N.Siddeshwar, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co.Ltd., 5th Edition(1994).


Subject code : BTT.1.109

Sessional : 25

Periods / Week : 3

Examination : 50

Nature of Examination : Practicals

Exam Duration : 3 Hrs


1. Determine size of Human RBC at different physiological conditions, using the techniques Laser diffraction and Eriometer.Discuss your results with respect to the physiology of RBC and technique used.

2. Draw V-I characteristics of the given hard tissues and protein samples and determine electrical resistivity of the samples at 100 volt. Determine dielectric parameters such as dielectric constant, dissipation factor and dielectric loss of the given samples using LCR meter. Determine activation energy of the given samples and discuss your results.

3. Study of dielectrophoretic collection rate (DCR) of human erythrocytes suspended in glycine-glucose isotonic solution and subjected to non-uniform electric fields produced by pin-pin electrode configuration. Determine DCR as a function of voltage and elapsed time of applied electric field. Determine threshold voltage of human erythrocytes as a function of frequency of applied field. Calculate excess permittivity of human erythrocytes from the knowledge of DCR.

4. Determine relative viscosity, specific viscosity and intrinsic viscosity of the given polymer solution using Ostwald viscometer. From the viscometric data, calculate the molecular weight of the given biopolymer. Discuss your results with respect to biopolymer and technique used.

5. Determine viscosity and dynamic surface tension of human blood and its serum and plasma at room temperature using capillary technique. What are the advantages of this technique? Discuss your results with respect to the sample and technique used.

6. Determine elastic constants such as Young’s modulus, rigidity modulus, bulk modulus and Poisson’s ratio of horny material using optical interference technique. What are the advantages of the technique? Discuss your results with respect to the material studied and technique used.

7. Study dielectric properties such as dielectric constant, dielectric loss of hard calcified tissue at microwave frequencies.

8. Determine Auto-catalytic ion efflux constant by measuring the conductivity of the medium during the process of germination of seeds of different physiological conditions.

9. Determine velocity and absorption of ultrasound in bio-fluids using ultrasonic interferometer.

10. Study of osmotic fragility of human blood.

11. Determine specific gravity or density of blood of animals belonging to different locomotion.

12. Find the HVT of a given biomaterial and hence determine mass absorption coefficient.

13. Study the dependence of back scattering of β particles on the thickness of the back scatterer and hence determine the saturation thickness of the given bio-material.

14. Determine inspired volume using sustained maximal inspiration (SMI) technique.

15. Screen the lung function in suspected obstructive airway diseases and study the effectiveness of the bronchodilator therapy.

16. Measure blood pressure of a person in different postures using sphygmomanometer and stethoscope by auscultatory method and discuss your results.

17. Determine helical parameters of proteins and DNA using the x-ray diffractograms.

18. Determine concentration of the chlorophyll present in the given green leaves.

19. Determine the specific rotation of the given optically active medium using polarimeter.


Subject code : BTT.1.110

Sessional : 25

Periods / Week : 3

Examination : 50

Nature of Examination : Practicals

Exam Duration : 3 Hrs

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