Engineering Diploma

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Engineering Diploma


The course is designed in a way such that the person gets basic theoretical knowledge about the course, apart from the extensive practical training needed in the job industry. For this purpose, a lot of diploma courses have on-the-job training and apprenticeship and focus more on practical exams. For example, a diploma in Computers involves subjects centred on programming languages and computer hardware only.
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Course Abbreviations (in alphabetical order) :


  • AE : Automobile Engg.
  • CE : Civil Engg.
  • CM : Comp. Tech.
  • CO : Computer Engg.
  • CD : Computer Engg.
  • CH : Chemical Engg.
  • CR : Civil & Rural Engg.
  • CS : Construction Technology
  • CV : Civil Engg.
  • CW : Computer Science &Engg.
  • DE : Digital Electronics
  • ED : Electronics & Comm. Engg
  • EE : Electrical Engg.
  • EI : Electronics Engg.
  • EJ : Electronics & Comm. Engg
  • EN : Electronics



  • EP : Electrical Power Systems.
  • ET : Electronics & Comm. Engg
  • EV : Electronics & Video. Engg
  • EX : Electronics Engg.
  • FE : Fabrication Technology
  • IC : Instrumentation & Control
  • IE : Industrial Electronics
  • IF : Information Tech.
  • IS : Instrumentation
  • IU : Industrial Electronics
  • ME : Mechanical Engg.
  • MH : Mechanical Engg.
  • MI : Mechanical Engg.
  • MU : Medical Electronics
  • PG : Production Engg.
  • PS : Plastic Engg.
  • PT : Production Tech.



SYLLBAUS - First Year Diploma (F.Y.) - Sem I Syllabus




Sem II, Sem III, Sem IV, Sem V, Sem VI Syllabus