I want to know syllabus of all subjects in Mechanical Engineering 1st year

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Answer for above question is as follows,

The Mechanical engineering consists of 4 year course. That four-year divided into 8 semesters. Each year consists of 2 semesters.
Each semester consists of different types of subjects. Each semester having 6 months time period.

Today we are dealing with the syllabus of all subjects in Mechanical Engineering 1st year.

I want to know syllabus of all subjects in Mechanical Engineering 1st year
1st year syllabus of mechanical engineering

First (1st) year Mechanical Engineering syllabus as follows:-

First semester (1st) syllabus for mechanical engineering:-

1. Basic Mechanical Engineering (BME)
2. Engineering mathematics-I (M-1)
3. Basic Electrical Engineering (BEE)
4. Engineering Chemistry (EC)
5. Applied Mechanics (AMS)


1. Communication Skill - I
2. Lab I : Workshop Practice
3. Lab II : Basic Mechanical 
4. Lab III : Basic Electrical Engineering
5. Lab IV : Engineering Chemistry (Group B)

Second (2nd) semester syllabus for mechanical engineering:-

1. Engineering Mathematics-II (M-2)
2. Engineering Physics
3. Basic Civil Engineering
4. Engineering Graphics
5. Basic Electronics and Computer 


1. Communication Skill - II
2. Lab I : Engineering 
Physics(Group B)
3. Lab II : Basic Civil Engineering
4. Lab III : Engineering Graphics
5. Lab IV : Basic Electronics
6. Lab V : Computer Programming

Detailed syllabus for first (1st) semester of Mechanical Engineering:-

1. Basic mechanical engineering ( BME)


Unit 1: Thermodynamics system.

Unit 2: Gas Laws & Gas Processes

Unit 3: Pumps, Compressors & Turbines.

Unit 4: Power Plants in mechanical Engineering.


Unit 5 : Internal Combustion Engines.

Unit 6: Power Transmission System.

Unit 7: Mechanical Engineering Design.

Unit 8: Introduction to Machine Tools & Joining Processes.

2. Engineering mathematics-I (M-1)

                       SECTION I

Unit 1: Successive differentiations.

Unit 2: Expansion of the functions.

Unit 3: Complex Numbers.

Unit 4: Hyperbolic Functions.


Unit 5: Matrices-I

Unit 6: Matrices-II

Unit 7: Partial differentiation.

Unit 8: Applications of partial differentiation.

3. Basic Electrical Engineering (BEE)


Unit 1: D.C. Circuits.

Unit 2 : Work, Power and Energy.

Unit 3: magnetic circuits.

Unit 4: Alternating current (A.C. ) fundamentals

Section- II

Unit 5 : Single Phase A.C. circuits.

Unit 6: single phase transformer.

Unit 7: polyphase circuits.

Unit 8 : electrical drives.

4. Engineering Chemistry (EC)

Section I

Unit 1 : Phase rules.

Unit 2 : water and it's properties.

Unit 3 : corrosion and its preventions.

Unit 4 : lubrications

Section II

Unit 5. Fuels

Unit 6. Engineering materials.

Unit 7. Chemistry of polymers.

Unit 8. Chemist of analytics.

5. Applied Mechanics (AMS)

Section I - Kinematics

Unit 1. Resultant of coplanar forces.

Unit 2. Equilibrium of bodies.

Unit 3. Support reactions.

Unit 4. Analysis of pin joints frames.

Unit 5. Centre of gravity (CG) and moment of inertia (MI)

Section II - Dynamics

Unit 6. Kinematics of particles - linear motions.

Unit 7. Kinematics of Particles - Curvilinear motion.

Unit 8. Kinetics of Particles.

Unit 9. Work energy and power.

Detailed syllabus for second (2st) semester of Mechanical Engineering:-

1. Engineering Mathematics-II (M-2)

Section I

Unit 1. Ordinary Differential Equations of the first order & first degrees.

Unit 2.  Numerical solutions of the ordinary differential equation of first order and first 

Unit 3. Applications of differential equations.

Unit 4.  Numerical Differentiations.

Section II

Unit 5. Integral Calculus.

Unit 6. Curve tracings.

Unit 7. Multiple integrals.

Unit 8.  Applications of multiple integrations.

2. Engineering Physics

Section I

Unit 1. Band Theory's and Semiconductors.

Unit 2. Crystallography.

Unit 3. Acoustics & Ultrasonics.

Unit 4. Relativity Theory's.

Section II

Unit 5. Diffraction & Polarizations.

Unit 6. Fiber optics in physics.

Unit 7. LASER.

Unit 8.  Nuclear Physics and Basic concepts of Nano Materials.

3. Basic Civil Engineering

Section I

Unit 1. Introduction to Civil Engineering.

Unit 2. Water managements.

Unit 3. Surveying.

Unit 4. Transportation Engineering.

Section II

Unit 5. Components of a Buildings.

Unit 6. Building materials.

Unit 7. Building plannings.

Unit 8. Advances in Civil Engineerings.

4. Engineering Graphics.

Section I

Unit 1. Engineering course.

Unit 2. Projection of the lines.

Unit 3. Projection of solids.

Unit 4. Orthogonal projections.

                                Section II

Unit 5. Isometric views.

Unit 6. Section of solids.

Unit 7. Prospective projections.

Unit 8. Development of lateral surfaces.

5. Basic Electronics and Computer 

1. Basic electronics:-

Unit 1. Introduction to Electronic Components

Unit 2. Semiconductors and p-n junctions.

Unit 3. Electrical transducers.

Unit 4. Digital electronics.

2. Computer programming:-

Unit 1.  Fundamental of computers.

Unit 2. Programming controls. 

Unit 3. Array and Strings.

Unit 4. Basic of pointers.

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