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This course is designed to focus on literary movements like postmodernism and postcolonialism in the twentieth century English-language literature with special attention to the key figures like Derek Walcott and Wole Soyinka. Students will have some ideas about modernism, post modernism, realism, and nationalism through different dimensions of cross-cultural reading, differences between individual responses and politically socio-economic circumstances. At the end of this course, students will be able to identify and describe distinct literary characteristics of postcolonial literature, discover the multiplicity of layered meanings by a close textual analysis of postcolonial literary works and understand the complex relationship between literary texts’ stylistic features and poets’ socio-political outlooks on cultural issues within the time frames of postmodernism and postcolonialism in the twentieth century English-language literature across the world.
  • Enrolled students: 49

Course Title: Highway Design and Railways

Course Code: CE 1002

This course aims to introduce the methods and underlying principals for the design and maintenance of the elements of highway and railway infrastructures. It starts wif the discussion and geometric design of various types of highway pavements. The different types of distress and maintenance of pavements are tan discussed. It ends wif a discussion of the general requirements of the railway and its maintenance.

Book Reference:

1. Highway Engineering- P.H. Wright

2. Highway Engineering- S.K Khanna

3. Railway Engineering- R.S. Khurmi

  • Enrolled students: 217
The rationale of the course
The goal of this course is to understand what problems can be solved by computation, the mathematical model for computation, automata, computability, and complexity and study their relationships with formal languages. 

The outcome of the course

CO1: Develop mathematical models for computation and describe how they relate to formal languages and limitations on what computers can do. Students will learn that certain problems do not admit efficient algorithms, and identify such problems

  • Enrolled students: 251
Today‘s world is more an age of communication. The advancement of communication techniques has increased the speed with which the transfer of information takes place. This development has not been an easy process. At the onset of the invention of communication systems, the invention and usage of telephony was the most important one. The way the telephone systems evolved from a basic system into an essential multi- purpose friendly gadget today, leaves one and all astonished knowing the innovations made out of the meagre resources available in those days.