MSBTE 1st Semester All Branch Micro Project Topics English, Basic Science, Basic Mathematics Projects

MSBTE 1st Semester All Branch Micro Project Topics English Basic Science Basic Mathematics Projects

MSBTE 1st Semester All Branch Micro Project Topics English Basic Science Basic Mathematics Projects

22103 Basic Mathematics Micro Project Topics

a. Prepare charts using determinants to find the area of regular shapes.

b. Prepare models using matrices to solve simple problems based on cryptography.

c. Prepare models using matrices to solve simple mixture problems.

d. Prepare charts displaying regular solids.

e. Prepare charts displaying regular closed figures.

f. Prepare charts for grouped and ungrouped data.

22102 Basic Science Physics & Chemistry Micro Project Topics

a. Optical Fiber and TIR: Prepare models by using water and diode laser to

demonstrate total internal reflection and the working of optical fibre.

b. Conductivity: Collect different materials such as metal, plastics, glass etc. and

prepare models to differentiate between good and bad conductors within collected materials.

c. Gas laws: Prepare models to demonstrate Boyle's laws, Charle's Law and Gay

Lussac’s law uses household materials.

d. Battery and Cell: Collect wastage material from lab and household and prepare a working model of a cell.

e. Adhesives: Prepare a model to demonstrate the applications of various adhesives.

f. Polymer: Collect the samples of different polymers and list their uses.

g. Series and parallel resistances: Prepare models for a combination of series and parallel resistances using bulbs/ LED.

h. Systems and units: Prepare chart on comparison of systems of units for different physical quantities.

i. Magnetic flux: Prepare models to demonstrate magnetic lines of forces of different types of magnets.

j. Dimensional analysis: Prepare a chart on dimensions of fundamental and derived

physical quantities and highlights the applications of dimensional analysis.

k. Types of bonds: Prepare charts and models displaying different types of bonds with examples.

l. Ionization: Prepare chart displaying ionization phenomenon. 

22101 English Micro Project Topics

a. Report different types of episodes/anecdotes.

b. Seminar preparation and presentations.

c. Prepare written speeches on given topics.

d. Prepare and participate in debates and extempore speeches. 

22341 Mechanical  Working Drawing Micro Project Topics

a.      Visit nearby fabrication workshop and prepare a report on various types of welding symbols used for fabrication work.

b.      Visit nearby process industries like sugar factories,  chemical industries etc and prepare a report representing conventional representation of various piping Joints.

c.      Visit  Institute's  Power engineering  Lab and prepare detailed drawings of  Various  IC Engine components using proper measuring instruments.

d.     Visit  Institute's workshop and prepare assembly drawing and working drawing of” machine vice/ lathe tailstock/  tool post etc.

e.     Any other micro-projects suggested by subject faculty on a similar line.

e. Prepare Brochure for Seminar/ Conference

f. Prepare different types of assignments:

i. Prepare a seminar brochure

ii. Prepare a National conference brochure

iii. Prepare an International conference brochure

iv. Prepare a poster for Inter Polytechnic Paper Presentation competition

v. Prepare a leaflet(threefold) giving information about your Institute

vi. Prepare a leaflet about the admission process of Polytechnic

g. Compose review on the following:

i. Short stories

ii. Novels

iii. Films.

h. Prepare a questionnaire and conduct the interview of Principal/Head of Department/

Senior Faculty Members/ Senior Students/ Industry Personnel.

i. Summarise views of the authors of editorial columns of English newspapers.

j. Write ‘Letters to Editor’ column expressing views on social issues. 

22001  Fundamentals of ICT

a. Word documents: Prepare Time Table, Application, Notes, Reports. (Subject teacher

shall assign a document to be prepared by each student)

b. Slide Presentations: Prepare slides with all Presentation features such as classroom

presentation, presentation about the department, presentation of the report. (Subject teacher

shall assign a presentation to be prepared by each student).

c. Spreadsheets: Prepare Pay bills, tax statements, student’s assessment records using

a spreadsheet. (Teacher shall assign a spreadsheet to be prepared by each student). 

22343 Engineering Graphics

a. Helical springs: Each batch will collect 5 open coils and closed coil helical springs of

various sizes. Each student will measure the significant parameters of one spring and

draw the corresponding helix curve in his sketchbook.

b. Flat coil or spiral springs: Each batch will collect 10 spiral springs of various sizes.

Each student will measure the significant parameters of one spring and draw

corresponding helix curve in his sketchbook.

c. Isometric views: Each student of the batch will try to collect at least one production

drawings/ construction drawings/plumbing drawings from local workshops/builders

/electrical and mechanical contractors and try to generate isometric views from the

orthographic views are given in the drawings.

d. Isometric views: Each student of a batch will select a household/industrial real item

and will draw its isometric view in the sketchbook.

e. Isometric and orthographic views: Each batch will collect a single-point cutting tool

from the workshop and draw its Isometric and orthographic views with a ten times

enlarged scale. In the carpentry shop, each batch will try to make a wooden model from

these views.

f. Isometric views: The teacher will assign one set of orthographic projections and ask

the student to develop 3D thermocol models of the same.

g. Involute curves: Each batch will try to develop cardboard/thermocol working models

which can generate an involute curve of any regular geometrical shape.

h. Cycloidal curves: Each batch will collect 3 different sizes of bicycle tyres and compare

the locus of tube air valves by rolling them on a flat road.

i. Conic curves: Each batch will go to the institute’s playground and one student standing

on the boundary throws a ball to the wicket-keeper who is 30 meters away from the

thrower and the ball has reached a maximum height of 20 meters from the ground,

draw the path of the ball and identify the type of conic curve it has traced in the air.

j. Involute and Cycloidal curves: Each batch will collect one Involute and one

cycloidal tooth profile spurs gear and find out the Involute function. 

MSBTE Diploma All Branch Project Ideas

MSSBTE has suggested small projects in MSBTE I scheme. A student plans to undertake only one micro-project which should be assigned to him at the beginning of the semester. The first four semesters are group-based micro-projects. However, in the fifth and sixth semesters, the problem-solving skills and confidence of each student should be taken as individually as possible so that he can contribute to the projects of the industry. In some situations where groups have to be formed for small-scale projects, the number of students in the group should not exceed three.

Area of Projects Micro-projects can be industry-based, Internet-based, workshop-based, laboratory-based, or field-based. Each micro-project should include two or more COs which are actually a combination of Pro, UO and ADO. Each student must keep a dated work diary of personal contributions to the project work and present his / her seminar before submitting it.

MSBTE Diploma All Branch Projects:

  1. Computer Engineering 
  2. Information Technology 
  3. Civil Engineering 
  4. Electrical Engineering
  5. Mechanical Engineering  
  6. Electronic Engineering

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  2. h. Systems and units: Prepare chart on comparison of systems of units for different physical quantities.

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