# Rajasthan Polytechnic Syllabus 2020, Section & Subject Wise Syllabus- Check Here

The **Rajasthan Polytechnic** system is provided by the **Directorate of Technical Education(DTE), Rajasthan.** The exam constitutes the courses namely various technical/ engineering and non-engineering courses. The exam is held for those students who are seeking a career in the polytechnic field.

The **Rajasthan Polytechnic syllabus **2018 will be made known by** the Directorate of Technical Education(DTE).** Through syllabus, the students get to know the pattern of questions and according to which they can prepare for the exam. Before they set the timetable, it would be making sense to know the total topics covering the syllabus.

Here the page is provided with the whole syllabus of **Rajasthan Polytechnic.**

**English and Communication Skills Syllabus**

- Narration
- Transformation of sentences
- Tenses
- Common errors
- Modals
- Phrases
- Idioms
- Letter writing
- Essay writing

**Applied Physics Syllabus**

- Units and dimensions
- Elasticity
- Properties of liquids
- Gravitation of satellites
- Sound waves
- Transfer of heat
- Electro statistics
- DC Circuits
- AC Circuits
- Semiconductor physics
- Modern physics
- Nuclear physics
- Pollution and its control

**Applied Chemistry Syllabus**

- Atomic structure
- Development of periodic table
- Electrochemistry
- Kinetic theory of gases
- Carbon chemistry
- Metals & Alloys
- Pollution
- Water
- Fuels
- Corrosion
- Polymers
- Cement and glass
- Lubricant
- Miscellaneous materials
- New engineering materials

**Applied Mathematics Syllabus**

- Introduction to different types of expansion
- Complex number
- Trigonometry
- Matrices and determinants
- Numerical integration
- Two-dimensional coordinate geometry
- Conic
- Function
- Differential calculus and its applications
- Integral calculus
- Differential equation
- Vector algebra

**Computer and Information Technology Fundamentals Syllabus**

- Introduction to computer
- Operating system
- Introduction to Windows XP
- Information concepts and processing
- Computer and communication
- Internet
- Information processing
- Powerpoint

**Applied Mechanics Syllabus**

- Force
- Coplanar forces
- Moment
- Application of principles of forces and moments
- Center of gravity
- Friction
- Simple machines
- Rectilinear motion
- Motion under gravity
- Projectiles
- Newton’s law of motion
- Impact and collision
- Circular motion
- Work, energy and power

**Engineering Drawing Syllabus**

- Introduction to drawing instruments
- Lines, lettering and dimensioning
- Geometrical construction and engineering curves
- Scales
- Theory of orthographic projections
- Projection of lines
- Projection of plane
- Projection of solids
- Conversion of pictorial views into orthographic views
- Section of solid and development of surfaces
- Isometric conversion
- Sections and conventions
- Rivets and riveted joints
- Screw, threads, and fasteners
- Foundation bolt and locking devices
- Keys and pulleys
- Shaft couplings
- Bearings
- Building drawing

**Polytechnic Diploma Course First Semester Syllabus **

101 English & Communication Skills

102 Applied Physics

103 Applied Chemistry

104 Applied Mathematics

105 Computer & Information Technology Fundamentals

106 Applied Mechanics

107 Engineering Drawing

108 Workshop Practice

109 Electrical & Electronics Workshop

English & Communication Skills

1. Narration, Voice, Basic Sentence Patterns. (Nine basic 5 sentence patterns)

2. Transformation of Sentences, Determiners, Preposition. 7

3. Tenses, Common errors (Noun, Pronoun, Articles, 7 Adverb, Punctuation, Preposition, etc.)

4. Modals in Conversational Usage, Prefix, Suffix, 4 Idioms & Phrasal verbs :

Modals

Can, Could, Should, Will, Would, May, Might, Must, Need not, Dare not, Ought to, Used to.

Phrases

At all; Instead of; In Spite of; As well as; Set up; Upset; Lookup; Call off; Call out; Come across; Set right; Look other.

Idioms

Work up (excite); Break down; Stand up for; Turn-down; Pass away; Pass on; Back up; Back out; Carry out; Done for (ruined); Bring about; Go through; Ran over; Lookup (improve); Pick out (selected).

5. Composition – 1. Unseen Passage, Precis Writing 2

6. Letter Writing, Paragraph Writing, Report Writing 3

7. Essay Writing – Essays on general and local topics related 2 to environmental problems.

**Applied Physics**

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1. Units and Dimensions: 6

1.1 Idea of various systems of units

SI units – Basic, Supplementary and Derived Units, Prefixes & Symbols

1.2 Dimensions and Dimensional Formulae

1.3 Principle of Homogeneity of Dimensions

1.4 Dimensional Analysis

1.5 Applications and Limitations

2. Elasticity: 4

2.1 Elasticity

2.2 Stress and Strain

2.3 Elastic Limit & Hooke’s law

2.4 Young’s Modulus, Bulk Modules & Modulus of Rigidity, Poisson’s Ratio

**Rajasthan Board of Diploma Civil engineering second-year syllabus**

**Simple Stress and Strain:**

1.1 Various mechanical properties

1.1.1 Elasticity

1.1.2 Plasticity

1.1.3 Ductility

1.1.4 Brittleness

1.1.5 Toughness

1.1.6 Hardness

1.2 Concept of stress and strain

1.2.1 Type of force – Direct, shear

1.2.2 Stress – Tensile, compressive, shear

1.3 Hook’s law

1.3.1 Statement of Hook’s law

1.3.2 Young’s modulus of elasticity

1.3.3 Tensile test diagram

1.3.3.1 Gauge length

1.3.3.2 Limit of proportionality

1.3.3.3 Elastic limit

1.3.3.4 Yield point, Yield strength

1.3.3.5 Ultimate stress

1.3.3.6 Rupture strength

1.3.3.7 Nominal stress

1.3.3.8 Proof stress

1.4 Working stress and factor of safety

1.5 Stress and strain calculations

1.5.1 Principle of superposition

1.5.2 Bar of homogeneous section

1.5.2.1 Bar of uniform cross-section

1.5.2.2 Bar of a steeped cross-section

1.5.3 Bar of the composite section

1.6 Temperature stresses

1.6.1 Homogeneous section

1.6.2 Composite section

1.7 Shear stresses

1.7.1 Modulus of rigidity

1.7.2 Complementary shear stress

1.7.3 Concept of single shear and double shear

1.7.4 Shear strain

1.8 Poisson’s ratio and volumetric strain

1.8.1 Lateral strain

1.8.2 Longitudinal strain

1.8.3 Volumetric strain

1.8.4 Bulk modulus

1.9 Relationship between elastic constants (Derivation)

1.9.1 E=3K(1-2/m)

1.9.2 E=2N(1+1/m)

1.9.3 E=9KN/(3K+N)

**Compound Stress:**

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Stress components on an inclined plane

2.2.1 Induced by direct stresses

2.2.2 Induced by simple shear

2.2.3 Induced by direct and simple shear stresses

2.3 Mohr’s circle:

2.3.1 For like direct stresses

2.3.2 For unlike direct stresses

2.3.3 For two perpendiculars direct stresses with state of simple shear

2.4 Principal stresses and planes

2.4.1 Major principal stress

2.4.2 Minor principal stress

2.4.3 Mohr’s circle method for principal stresses

**Strain Energy:**

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Strain energy from the stress-strain diagram

3.3 Proof resilience

3.4 Types of loading – gradual, sudden, impact

3.4.1 Stress in gradual loading

3.4.2 Stress in sudden loading

3.4.3 Stress in impact loading

Bending Moments and Shear Force:

4.1 Basic concept

4.1.1 Types of support

4.1.1.1 Movable hinge support (roller)

4.1.1.2 Immovable hinge support

4.1.1.3 Fixed support

4.1.2 Types of beam

4.1.2.1 Cantilever beam

4.1.2.2 Simply supported beam

4.1.2.3 Fixed-beam

4.1.2.4 Continuous beam

4.1.2.5 Overhanging beam

4.1.3 Types of load

4.1.3.1 Point load

4.1.3.2 Distributed load – uniformly and non uniformly

4.2 Shear force and bending moment

4.2.1 Concept and calculation of shear force and bending moment

4.2.2 Sign convention for shear force and bending moment

4.3 Bending moment and shear force diagrams (for point loads, U.D.L. and their combinations)

4.3.1 Cantilever beam

4.3.2 Simply supported beam

4.3.3 Simply supported beam with overhang

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