Pre University Course  I & II
PUC  I Semester I
Subject No.  Subject Name  (LT)P  Credits 

EN111 
EnglishEnglish Subject Code: EN111
LTPC: 4003
Course Objectives:
Course Outcomes :
PROSE
UNITITHINKING OUT OF THE BOX: LATERAL THIKING (adapted from an article on Lateral Thinking in www.lifepositive.com). Reading & Writing Skills
: Reading Comprehension (Unseen & Seen)
Grammar
: Articles, Prepositions & Parts of Speech
Communication Skills
: Vowels, Consonants & Diphthongs
UNITII GENDER BIAS by Sudha Murthy (wife of N.R Narayana Murthy Infosys Technologies Ltd, 1981) Reading/Writing Skills
: Verb forms, Transcoding Information
Communication Skills
: Phonemic Transcription
UNITIII THE ART OF WICKET KEEPING: THE UTTAKHBHAITAKH BREED (abridged) by Ramachandra Guha Grammar
: Direct & Indirect Speech, Transcoding Information
Communication Skills
: Dialogue Writing
POETRY
UNITI : ON FRIENDSHIP by Kahlil GibranUNITII : TELEVISION (abridged) by Roald Dahl UNITIII : A SPIDER AND A FLY by Don Marquis SUPPLEMENTARY READER
UNITI : AFTER TWENTY YEARS by O. HenryUNITII : THE GOLD FRAME by R.K Laxman UNITIII : THE STORY TELLER by Saki 
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TE112/SN112 
తెలుగుతెలుగు Subject Code: TE112
LTPC: 3002
సాహిత్యం, సమాజం అవినాభావ సంబంధాన్ని కల్గి ఉంటుంది. సమాజం నుంచే సాహిత్యం పుడుతుంది, సాహిత్యం ద్వారా సమాజాన్ని చైతన్యవంతం చేస్తుంది. సాహిత్యం ద్వారా మానవుడు అరిషడ్వర్గాలను(కామ, క్రోద,లోభ, మోహ, మద, , మత్సర్యాలు,) జయించడం, మంచి, చెడులను గుర్తించడం, సమాజం పట్ల అవగాహనను కల్గి ఉండడం. ఉద్దేశ్యాలు :
ఫలితాలు :
కవిత్వ భాగం
అధ్యాయం  1
గద్య భాగం
అధ్యాయం  3
అధ్యాయం  4
ఉపవాచకం
అధ్యాయం  5
అధ్యాయం  6
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MA113 
MathematicsMathematics Subject Code: MA113
LTPC: 8005
Course Objectives: To develop an understanding of
Course Outcomes : At the end of the course the students will be able
ALGEBRA
UNITIFunctions: 1.1 Types of functions – Definitions. 1.2 Inverse functions and Theorems. 1.3 Domain, Range, Inverse of real valued functions. UNITII Mathematical Induction: 2.1 Principle of Mathematical Induction & Theorems. 2.2 Applications of Mathematical Induction. 2.3 Problems on divisibility. UNITIII Matrices: 3.1 Types of matrices 3.2 Scalar multiple of matrix and multiplication of matrices 3.3 Transpose of a matrix 3.4 Determinants 3.5 Adjoint and Inverse of a matrix 3.6 Consistency and inconsistency of Equations – Rank of a matrix 3.7 Solution of simultaneous linear equations VECTOR ALGEBRA
UNITIVAddition of Vectors: 4.1 Vectors as a triad of real numbers. 4.2 Classification of vectors. 4.3 Addition of Vectors. 4.4 Scalar multiplication. 4.5 Angle between two non zero vectors. 4.6 Linear combination of vectors. 4.7 Component of a vector in three dimensions. 4.8 Vector equations of line and plane including their Cartesian equivalent forms. UNITV Product of Vectors: 5.1 Scalar product – Geometrical Interpretations – orthogonal projections. 5.2 Properties of dot product. 5.3 Expression of dot product in i, j, k system – Angle between two vectors. 5.4 Geometrical Vector methods. 5.5 Vector equations of plane in normal form. 5.6 Angle between two planes 5.7 Vector product of two vectors and properties. 5.8 Vector product in i, j, k system. 5.9 Vector Areas. 5.10 Scalar Triple Product. 5.11 Vector equations of plane in different forms, skew lines, shortest distance and their Cartesian equivalents. Plane through the line of intersection of two planes, condition for coplanarity of two lines, perpendicular distance of a point from a plane, Angle between line and a plane. Cartesian equivalents of all these results. 5.12 Vector Triple Product – Results. TRIGONOMETRY
UNITVITrigonometric Equations: 6.1 Graphs and Periodicity of Trigonometric functions. 6.2 Trigonometric ratios and Compound angles. 6.3 Trigonometric ratios of multiple and submultiple angles. 6.4 Transformations – Sum and Product rules. UNITVII Trigonometric Ratios up to Transformations: 7.1 General Solution of Trigonometric Equations 7.2 Simple Trigonometric Equations – Solutions. UNITVIII Inverse Trigonometric Functions: 8.1 To reduce a Trigonometric Functions into a bijection. 8.2 Graphs of Inverse Trigonometric Functions. 8.3 Properties of Inverse Trigonometric Functions. UNITIX Hyperbolic Functions: 9.1 Definition of Hyperbolic Function – Graphs. 9.2 Definition of Inverse Hyperbolic Functions –Graphs. 9.3 Addition formulas of Hyperbolic Functions. UNITX Properties of Triangles: 10.1 Relation between sides and angles of a Triangle. 10.2 Sine, cosine, Tangent and Projection rules. 10.3 Half angle formulae and areas of a triangle. 10.4 Incircle and Excircle of a Triangle. REFERENCES:

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PH114 
PhysicsPhysics Subject Code: PH114
LTPC: 5003
Course Objectives:
Course Outcomes :
UNITI PHYSICAL WORLD:
UNITII UNITS AND MEASUREMENTS:
UNITIII MOTION IN A STRAIGHT LINE:
UNITIV MOTION IN A PLANE:
UNITV LAWS OF MOTION:
UNITVI WORK, ENERGY AND POWER:
UNITVII SYSTEM OF PARTICLES AND ROTATIONAL MOTION:

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CY115 
ChemistryChemistry Subject Code: CY115
LTPC: 5003
Course Objectives:
Course Outcomes :
UNITI Atomic structure: Subatomic particles, Atomic models Rutherford’s nuclear model of atom, Developments to the Bohr’s model of atom, Bohr’s model for hydrogen atom, Towards quantum mechanical model of the atom, Quantum mechanical model of an atom. Important features of quantum mechanical model of atomorbitals and quantum numbersshapes of atomic orbitalsenergies of orbitalsfilling of orbitals in atoms, Aufbau principle, Pauli’s exclusion principle and Hund’s rule of maximum multiplicityElectronic configurations of atomsStability of half filled and completely filled orbitals. UNITII Classification of elements and periodicity in properties: Need to classify elements, Genesis of periodic classification, Modern periodic law and present form of the periodic table, Nomenclature of elements with atomic number greater than 100, Electronic configuration of elements and the periodic table, Electronic configuration and types of elements s,p,d and f blocks, Trends in physical propertiesperiodic trends in chemical propertiesPeriodic trends and chemical reactivity. UNITIII Chemical bonding and molecular structure: KosselLewis approach to chemical bonding, Ionic or electrovalent bond, Bond parameters, The Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion (VSEPR) theory, Valence bond theory, Hybridisation, Coordinate bond, Molecular orbital theorybonding in some homonuclear diatomic molecules, Hydrogen bonding. UNITIV States of matter: Gases and Liquids: Intermolecular forces, Thermal energy, Intermolecular forces Vs Thermal interactions, The gaseous state, The gas laws, Ideal gas equation, Graham’s law of diffusion – Dalton’s law of partial pressures, Kinetic molecular theory of gases, Kinetic gas equation of an ideal gas (no derivation) Deduction of gas laws from kinetic gas equation, Distribution of molecular speeds – rms, average and most probable speedskinetic energy of gas molecules, Behaviour of real gases – deviation from ideal gas behaviour – compressibility factor Vs pressure diagrams of real gases, Liquefaction of gases, Liquid state – properties of liquids in terms of inter molecular interactions – vapour pressure, viscosity and surface tension (Qualitative idea only, no mathematical derivation). UNITV Stoichiometry: Some basic concepts, Laws of chemical combinations, Gay Lussac’s law of gaseous volumes, Dalton’s atomic theory, Avogadro law, Atomic and molecular massesmole concept and molar mass concept, of equivalent weight, Percentage composition of compounds and calculations of empirical and molecular formulae of compounds, Stoichiometry and stoichiometric calculations, Methods of expressing concentrations of solutions, Redox reactions, Oxidation number concept, Types of redox reactions, Balancing of redox reactions – oxidation number methodhalf reaction (ionelectron) method, Redox reactions in titrimetry. UNITVI Thermodynamics: Thermodynamic terms, Applicationsworkenthalpyextensive and intensive propertiesheat capacity, Measurement of “U and H”: Calorimetry, Enthalpy change, ∆H of reactions, Enthalpies for different types of reactions, Spontaneity, Gibbs energy change and equilibrium, Absolute entropy and the third law of thermodynamics. 
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CS116 
Basics in Information TechnologyBasics in Information Technology Subject Code: CS116
LTPC: 3000
Course Objectives:
Course Outcomes :
UNITI Computer Basics: Basic Architecture of Computer, Classification of Computers, Software Concepts, System Software, Operating System, Need for operating system, Functions of operating system, Types of operating system, commonly used operating system, Mobile OS, Open Source Concepts UNITII Microprocessor: Basic concepts; Number System  Binary, Octal, Decimal, Hexadecimal; Conversion between two different number systems; Clock speed (MHz, GHz) − 16 bit, 32 bit, 64 bit, 128 bit processors; Memory Concepts: Primary Memory, Secondary MemoryFixed and Removable storage; Input/Output concept. UNITIII Application Software: Office tool  Word processor, Presentation tool, Spreadsheet package, Google docs; Internal Storage encoding of Characters, ASCII, ISCII, UNICODE; Batch Processing; Multi Processing; Types of Browsers; Basic Unix commands. UNITIV Data Communication Terminologies: Data Communication Terminologies – Analog and Digital Data Transmission, Channel, Bandwidth, Baud, Frequency, Transmission Medium – Wired Transmission Media, Wireless Transmission Media, Network Topologies, Network Devices: Hub, Switch, Router, Bridge; LAN,WAN,MAN and differences them. UNITV Basic Networking concepts: Networking– Resource sharing, Improving Communication, File Sharing, Evaluation of Networking – Internet, Interspace, Requirements of networking , Network Terminologies – Nodes, Server, Network interface Unit (NIU); Switching Techniques – Circuit Switching, Packet Switching; Types networks, IP, IP address Classes, IP Datagram Formats, Subnet Addressing, IP address assignments – DHCP, Manual, Public IP address, Private IP address; Network Protocols – TCP/IP, FTP, HTTP, PPP; Email protocols – SMTP, POP3; Remote Access protocol – telnet. 
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PH701 
PUC1 Physics LaboratoryPUC1 Physics Laboratory Subject Code: PH701
LTPC: 1000
Lab Objectives:
Lab Outcomes :
LIST OF EXPERIMENTS
1. Vernier callipersAim: To determine volume of given cylinder and sphere using vernier callipers. 2.Screw guage Aim: To determine thickness of glass plate and the diameter of given wire using screw guage. 3.Spherometer Aim: To determine radius of curvature of given curved surface using spherometer. 4.Simple pendulum Aim: To determine acceleration due to gravity and length of second’s pendulum plotting a graph between l/t2 using simple pendulum. 5.Helical spring Aim: To determine the force constant of given helical spring by plotting a graph between tension and length. 6.Boyles law Aim: To verify Boyles law and plotting a graph in between h1/l ,pl and find the atmospheric pressure using quill tube method. 7. Sono meter Aim: a) To verify first law and plotting a graph between f1/l b) To verify second law and plotting a graph between Tl2 using sonometer. 8.Velocity of sound To determine velocity of sound in air and unknown frequency of given tuning fork using resonating air column apparatus. 
02  0 
CY701 
PUC1 Chemistry LaboratoryPUC1 Chemistry Laboratory Subject Code: CY701
LTPC: 1000
Lab Objectives:
Lab Outcomes :
LIST OF EXPERIMENTS

02  0 
Total  284  16 
PUC  I Semester II
Course No.  Subject Name  (LT)P  Credits 

EN121 
EnglishEnglish Subject Code: EN121
LTPC: 4003
Course Objectives:
Course Outcomes : After successful completion of the second semester, students will be able to:
PROSE
UNITIROBOTS AND PEOPLE by Isaac Asimov Grammar
: Combining Sentences, Vocabulary
UNITII YOU’RE ON THE 87th FLOOR, AND SOMETHING’S TERRIBLY WRONG by Adam Mayblum Grammar
: Question forms, Tags, Degrees of Comparison of Adjectives
Writing Skills
: Dialogue Writing, Odd sounds
UNITIII REFUND (abridged) by Fritz Karinthy Grammar
: Correction of Sentences (Speaking and Writing)
POETRY
UNITIVMOTHER’S DAY by Shiv K. Kumar Grammar
: Active and Passive Voice, Transcription, Syllable Division
UNITV ANECDOTE FOR FATHERS (abridged) By William Wordsworth SUPPLEMENTARY READER
UNITI : THE FACE ON THE WALL by E.V LucasUNITII : THE NIGHTINGALE AND THE ROSE by Oscar Wilde UNITIII : BEPIN CHOUDHURY’S LAPSE OF MEMORY by Satyajit Ray 
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TE122 / SN122 
తెలుగుతెలుగు Subject Code: TE122
LTPC: 3002
సాహిత్యం, సమాజం అవినాభావ సంబంధాన్ని కల్గి ఉంటుంది. సమాజం నుంచే సాహిత్యం పుడుతుంది, సాహిత్యం ద్వారా సమాజాన్ని చైతన్యవంతం చేస్తుంది. సాహిత్యం ద్వారా మానవుడు అరిషడ్వర్గాలను(కామ, క్రోద,లోభ, మోహ, మద, , మత్సర్యాలు,) జయించడం, మంచి, చెడులను గుర్తించడం, సమాజం పట్ల అవగాహనను కల్గి ఉండడం. ఉద్దేశ్యాలు :
ఫలితాలు :
కవిత్వ భాగం
అధ్యాయం  1
గద్య భాగం
అధ్యాయం  3
అధ్యాయం  4
అధ్యాయం  5
ఉపవాచకం
అధ్యాయం  6
ఉపకరించే గ్రంథాలు
/ Sanskrit

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MA123 
MathematicsMathematics Subject Code: MA123
LTPC: 8005
Course Objectives: To develop an understanding of
Course Outcomes : At the end of the course the students will be able
COORDINATE GEOMETRY
UNITI Locus : 1.1 Definition of locus – Illustrations. 1.2 To find equations of locus  Problems connected to it. UNITII Transformation of Axes : 2.1 Transformation of axes  Rules, Derivations and Illustrations. 2.2 Rotation of axes  Derivations – Illustrations. UNITIII The Straight Line : 3.1 Revision of fundamental results. 3.2 Straight line  Normal form – Illustrations. 3.3 Straight line  Symmetric form. 3.4 Straight line  Reduction into various forms. 3.5 Intersection of two Straight Lines. 3.6 Family of straight lines  Concurrent lines. 3.7 Condition for Concurrent lines. 3.8 Angle between two lines. 3.9 Length of perpendicular from a point to a Line. 3.10 Distance between two parallel lines. 3.11 Concurrent lines  properties related to a triangle. UNITIV Pair of Straight lines: 4.1Equations of pair of lines passing through origin,angle between a pair of lines. 4.2 Condition for perpendicular and coincident lines, bisectors of angles. 4.3 Pair of bisectors of angles. 4.4 Pair of lines  second degree general equation. 4.5 Conditions for parallel lines  distance between them, Point of intersection of pair of lines. 4.6 Homogenizing a second degree equation with a first degree equation in X and Y. UNITV Three Dimensional Coordinates : 5.1 Coordinates. 5.2 Section formulas  Centroid of a triangle and tetrahedron. UNITVI Direction Cosines and Direction Ratios : 6.1 Direction Cosines. 6.2 Direction Ratios. UNITVII Plane : 7.1 Cartesian equation of Plane  Simple Illustrations. CALCULUS
UNITVIIILimits and Continuity: 8.1 Intervals and neighborhoods. 8.2 Limits. 8.3 Standard Limits. 8.4 Continuity. UNITIX Differentiation: 9.1 Derivative of a function. 9.2 Elementary Properties. 9.3 Trigonometric, Inverse Trigonometric, Hyperbolic, Inverse Hyperbolic Function  Derivatives. 9.4 Methods of Differentiation. 9.5 Second Order Derivatives. UNITX Properties of Triangles: 10.1 Errors and approximations. 10.2 Geometrical Interpretation of a derivative. 10.3 Equations of tangents and normals. 10.4 Lengths of tangent, normal, sub tangent and sub normal. 10.5 Angles between two curves and condition for orthogonality of curves. 10.6 Derivative as Rate of change. 10.7 Rolle’s Theorem and Lagrange’s Mean value theorem without proofs and their geometrical interpretation. 10.8 Increasing and decreasing functions. 10.9 Maxima and Minima. REFERENCES:

80  5 
PH124 
PhysicsPhysics Subject Code: PH124
LTPC: 5003
Course Objectives:
Course Outcomes :
UNITI OSCILLATIONS:
UNITII GRAVITATION:
UNITIII MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF SOLIDS:
UNITIV MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF FLUIDS:
UNITV THERMAL PROPERTIES OF MATTER:
UNITVI THERMODYNAMICS:
UNITVII KINETIC THEORY:
REFERENCE BOOK: T.S TELUGU AKADEMI TEXTBOOK, BOARD OF INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION, TELANGANA. 
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CY125 
ChemistryChemistry Subject Code: CY125
LTPC: 5003
Course Objectives:
Course Outcomes :
UNITI Solutions Types of solutions, Expressing concentration of solutions, Solubility, Vapour pressure of liquid solutions, Ideal and nonideal solutions, Colligative properties and determination of molar mass, Abnormal molar masses. UNITII Hydrogen and its compounds Position of hydrogen in the periodic table, Dihydrogen  occurrence and isotopes, Preparation of dihydrogen, Properties of dihydrogen, Hydrides: Ionic, covalent, and nonstoichiometric hydrides, Water: Physical properties; structure of water, ice, chemical properties of water, hard and soft water, temporary and permanent hardness of water, Hydrogen peroxide: Preparation; physical properties; structure and chemical properties; storage and uses, Heavy water, Hydrogen as a fuel. UNITIII Chemical equilibrium and Acidsbases Equilibrium in physical process, Equilibrium in chemical process – dynamic equilibrium, Law of chemical equilibrium – law of mass action and equilibrium constant, Homogeneous equilibria, equilibrium constant in gaseous systems, relationship between Kp and Kc, Heterogeneous equilibria, Applications of equilibrium constant, Relationship between equilibrium constant ‘K’, reaction quotient ‘Q’ and Gibbs energy ‘G’, Factors affecting equilibria, Lechatelier’s principle, application to industrial synthesis of ammonia and sulphur trioxide, Ionic equilibrium in solutions, Acids, bases and salts Arrhenius, BronstedLowry and Lewis concepts of acids and bases, Ionization of acids and bases, Buffer solutions, Solubility equilibria of sparingly soluble salts, Solubility product constantcommon ion effect on solubility of ionic salts. UNITIV sblock elements (Alkali and alkaline earth metals) Alkali metals; Electronic configurations; atomic and ionic radii; ionization enthalpy; hydration enthalpy; physical properties; chemical properties; uses, General characteristics of the compounds of the alkali metals: oxides; halides; salts of oxy acids, Anomalous properties of lithium, Some important compounds of sodium: Sodium carbonate; sodium chloride; sodium hydroxide; sodium hydrogen carbonate, Biological importance of sodium and potassium, Alkaline earth metals: Electronic configuration; ionization enthalpy; hydration enthalpy; physical properties; chemical properties; uses, General characteristics of the compounds of the alkaline earth metals: oxides, hydroxides, halides, salts of oxy acids (carbonates, sulphates and nitrates), Anomalous behavior of beryllium: its diagonal relationship with aluminium, Some important compounds of calcium, Biological importance of calcium and magnesium. UNITV pblock elements Group 13 elements General introduction – Electronic configuration, atomic radii, ionization enthalpy, electro negativity; physical and chemical properties, Importance trends and anomalous properties of boron, Some important compounds of boron – borax, ortho boric acid, diborane, Uses of boron, aluminium and their compounds. UNITVI Group 14 elements General introduction – Electronic configuration, atomic radii, ionization enthalpy, electro negativity; physical & chemical properties, Important trends and anomalous properties of carbon, Allotropes of carbon, Uses of carbon, Some important compounds of carbon and silicon – carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, silica, silicones, silicates and zeolites. UNITVII Organic ChemistrySome basic principles and techniques GGeneral introduction, Tetravalency of carbon: shapes of organic compounds, Structural representation of organic compounds, Classification of organic compounds, Nomenclature of organic compounds, Isomerism, Fundamental concepts in organic reaction mechanisms, Methods of purification of organic compounds, Qualitative elemental analysis of organic compounds, Quantitative elemental analysis of organic compounds. 
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CS126 
Flow Charts And AlgorithmsFlow Charts And Algorithms Subject Code: CY126
LTPC: 3000
Course Objectives: This course starts from the basics of Algorithms and Programming concepts
Course Outcomes :
UNITI Problem solving methodologies
UNITII Introduction to Algorithms
UNITIII Introduction to Flow Charts (Raptor tool)
UNITIV Searching algorithms
Sorting algorithms

30  0 
PH701 
Physics LabPhysics Lab Subject Code: PH701
LTPC: 0022
Lab Objectives:
Lab Outcomes :
LIST OF EXPERIMENTS
1. Simple pendulumAim: To determine acceleration due to gravity and length of seconds pendulum plotting a graph between l/t2 using simple pendulum. 2. Boyles law Aim: To verify Boyles law and plotting a graph in between h1/l ,pl and find the atmospheric pressure using quill tube method. 3. Sono meter Aim: a) To verify first law and plotting a graph between f1/l b) To verify second law and plotting a graph between Tl2 using sonometer. 4. Velocity of sound Aim: To determine velocity of sound in air and unknown frequency of given tuning fork using resonating air column apparatus. 
02  2 
CY701 
Chemistry LabChemistry Lab Subject Code: CY701
LTPC: 0022
Lab Objectives:
Lab Outcomes :
LIST OF EXPERIMENTS

02  2 
Total  284  20 
PUC  II Semester I
Course No.  Subject Name  (LT)P  Credits 

EN211 
EnglishEnglish Subject Code: EN211
LTPC: 4003
Course Objectives:
Course Outcomes : After successful completion of the first semester, students will be able to:
PROSE
UNITIRespond Instead of Reacting: by Azim Premji
UNITII How to Live to be 200: by Stephen Leacock
UNITIII Albert Einstein at School: by Patrick Pringle
POETRY:
SUPPLEMENTARY READER:

40  3 
TE212 / SN212 
తెలుగుతెలుగు Subject Code: TE212
LTPC: 3002
సహితేన హితం సాహిత్యం. సమున్నత వ్యక్తిత్వాన్ని రూపొందించుకోవడంలో సాహిత్యం తోడ్పడుతుందని చెప్పవచ్చు. భాష మనిషికి గుర్తింపునిస్తుంది. తన చరిత్రను తెలుపుతుంది. ఆలోచనను, వివేచనను పెంపొందించి, ఉన్నత వైఖరులతో కూడిన వ్యక్తిత్వ వికాసానికి తోడ్పడుతుంది. భాష ఆలోచన సాధనం, సృజనాత్మకతకు, కల్పనాశక్తికి ఆధారం. భాషా బోధన వీటిని మరింత వృద్ధి చేయాలి. తెలుగు భాష, సాహిత్య, చరిత్రక, సాంస్కృతిక రంగాలను పరిపుష్టం చేసుకునే దిశగా అడుగులు వేయాలి. ఉద్దేశ్యాలు :
ఫలితాలు :
పద్య భాగం
అధ్యాయం  1
గద్య భాగం
అధ్యాయం  3
అధ్యాయం  4
వ్యాకరణ అంశం
అధ్యాయం  5
ఉపవాచకం
అధ్యాయం  6
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MA213 
MathematicsMathematics Subject Code: MA213
LTPC: 8005
Course Objectives: To develop an understanding of
Course Outcomes : At the end of the course the students will be able
ALGEBRA
UNITI Complex Numbers:
UNITII De Moivre’s Theorem:
UNITIII Quadratic Expressions:
UNITIV Theory of Equations:
UNITV Permutations and Combinations:
UNITVI Binomial Theorem:
UNITVII Partial fractions:
PROBABILITY
UNITVIIIMeasures of Dispersion:
UNITIX Probability:
UNITX Random Variables and Probability Distributions:
REFERENCES:

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PH214 
PhysicsPhysics Subject Code: PH214
LTPC: 5003
Course Objectives:
Course Outcomes :
UNITI WAVES
UNITII RAY OPTICS AND OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS:
UNITIII WAVE OPTICS:
UNITIV ELECTRIC CHARGES AND FIELDS:
UNITV ELECTROSTATIC POTENTIAL AND CAPACITANCE:
UNITVI CURRENT ELECTRICITY:
UNITVII MOVING CHARGES AND MAGNETISM:
UNITVIII MAGNETISM AND MATTER:

50  3 
CY215 
ChemistryChemistry Subject Code: CY215
LTPC: 5003
Course Objectives:
Course Outcomes :
UNITI Hydrocarbons: Classification of hydrocarbons, Alkanes – Nomenclature, isomerism (structural and conformations of ethane only), preparation of alkanesproperties of alkanes, Alkenes – Nomenclature, structure of ethane, isomerism (structural and geometrical)methods of preparation of alkenesproperties of alkenes, Alkynes – Nomenclature and isomerism, structure of acetylene, methods of preparation of acetylenephysical properties and chemical reactions of alkynes, Aromatic hydrocarbons: Nomenclature and isomerism, structure of benzene, resonance and aromaticitypreparation of benzene, physical and chemical properties of benzenedirective influence of functional groups in mono substituted benzene, Carcinogenicity and toxicity. UNITII Haloalkanes and haloarenes: Classification, Nature of CX bond, Methods of preparation, Physical properties, Chemical reactions, Polyhalogen compounds. UNITIII Organic compounds containing C, H and O: Alcohols, Phenols, ethers: Classification, Nomenclature, Structures of functional groups, Alcohols and phenols, Physical properties, Chemical reactions, Some commercially important alcohols, Ethers. UNITIV Solid state: General characteristics of solid state, Amorphous and crystalline solids, Classification of crystalline solids, Probing the structure of solids: Xray crystallography, Crystal lattices and unit cells, Number of atoms in a unit cell, Closed packed structures, Packing efficiency, Calculations involving unit cell dimensions, Imperfections in solids, Electrical properties, Magnetic properties. UNITV Electrochemistry and Chemical kinetics: Electrochemistry: Electrochemical cells, Galvanic cells, Nernst equation, Conductance of electrolytic solutions, Electrolytic cells and electrolysis, Batteries, Fuel cells, Corrosion. UNITVI Group 15 elements: Introduction, Dinitrogen, Ammonia, Oxides of nitrogen, Nitric acid, Phosphorousallotropic forms, Phosphine , Phosphorous halides, Oxoacids of phosphorous. 
50  3 
PH801 
Physics LabPhysics Lab Subject Code: PH801
LTPC: 0020
Lab Objectives:
Lab Outcomes :
LIST OF EXPERIMENTS
1. Refractive index of a PrismAim: To determine the refractive index of given prism by id curve method. 2. Convex lens Aim: To determine the focal length of given convex lens by distance object method and uv method & plotting a graph between uv,1/u1/v 3. Concave mirror Aim: To determine the focal length of given concave mirror by distance object method and uv method & plotting a graph between uv,1/u1/v. 4. Concave lens Aim: To determine the focal length of given concave lens by uv method with the help of convex lens. 5. Deflection magneto meter Aim: a)To determine the magnetic movement of two bar magnets b)To verify the inverse square law by using equal distance method. 6. PN Junction diode Aim: To draw VI characteristics of PN junction diode 7. Zener diode Aim : To draw VI characteristics of zener diode 8. Transistor Aim : To draw VI characteristics of transistor using(npn) type. 
02  0 
CY801 
Chemistry LabChemistry Lab Subject Code: CY801
LTPC: 0020
Lab Objectives:
Lab Outcomes :
LIST OF EXPERIMENTS

02  0 
Total  254  16 
PUC  II Semester II
Course No.  Subject Name  (LT)P  Credits 

EN221 
EnglishEnglish Subject Code: EN221
LTPC: 4003
Course Objectives:
Course Outcomes : After successful completion of the first semester, students will be able to:
PROSE
UNITIEight Cousins or One Brother: by D.Balasubramanian Reading /Writing Skills: Filling in Forms
UNITII SpoonFeeding: by W.R.Inge Reading/Writing Skills: Letter Writing (Formal)
UNITIII Mother’s Day: OneAct play: by J.B. Priestley Reading/Writing Skills: Letter Writing (Informal)
POETRY:
SUPPLEMENTARY READER:

40  3 
TE222 / SN222 
తెలుగుతెలుగు Subject Code: TE222
LTPC: 3002
ఉద్దేశ్యాలు :
ఫలితాలు :
పద్య భాగం
అధ్యాయం  1
గద్య భాగం
అధ్యాయం  3
అధ్యాయం  4
వ్యాకరణ అంశం
అధ్యాయం  5
ఉపవాచకం
అధ్యాయం  6
ఉపకరించే గ్రంథాలు
/ Sanskrit

30  2 
MA223 
MathematicsMathematics Subject Code: MA223
LTPC: 8005
Course Objectives: To develop an understanding of
Course Outcomes : At the end of the course the students will be able
COORDINATE GEOMETRY
UNITI Circle:
UNITII System of circles:
UNITIII Parabola:
UNITIV Ellipse:
UNITV Hyperbola:
CALCULUS
UNITVIIntegration:
UNITVII Definite Integrals:
PROBABILITY
UNITVIIIDifferential equations:
REFERENCES:

80  5 
PH224 
PhysicsPhysics Subject Code: PH224
LTPC: 5003
Course Objectives:
Course Outcomes :
UNITI ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION:
UNITII ALTERNATING CURRENT:
UNITIII ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES:
UNITIV DUAL NATURE OF RADIATION AND MATTER:
UNITV ATOMS:
UNITVI NUCLEI:
UNITVII SEMICONDUCTOR ELECTRONICS: MATERIALS, DEVICES AND SIMPLE CIRCUITS:
UNITVIII COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS:
REFERENCE BOOK: T.S TELUGU AKADEMI TEXTBOOK, BOARD OF INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION, TELANGANA. 
50  3 
CY225 
ChemistryChemistry Subject Code: CY225
LTPC: 5003
Course Objectives:
Course Outcomes :
UNITI Group 16 elements Introduction, Dioxygen, Simple oxides, Ozone, Sulphurallotropic forms, Sulphur dioxide, Oxoacids of sulphur, Sulphuric acid. UNITII Group 17 elements Introduction, Chlorine, Hydrogen chloride, Oxoacids of halogens, Interhalogen compounds. UNITIII Group 18 elements Introduction – occurance, electronic configuration, Ionization enthalpy, atomic radii, electron gain enthalpy, Physical and chemical properties. UNITIV d and f block elements and coordinate compounds Position in the periodic table, Electronic configuration, General properties of the transition elements (dblock), Some important compounds of transition elements, Inner transition elements (fblock), The actinoides, Some applications of d and f block elements, Werner’s theory of coordinate compounds, Definitions of some terms used in coordination compounds, Nomenclature of coordination compounds, Isomerism in coordination compounds, Bonding in coordination compounds, Bonding in metal carbonyls, Stability of coordination compounds, Importance and applications of coordination compounds. UNITV Solid state General characteristics of solid state, Amorphous and crystalline solids, Classification of crystalline solids, Probing the structure of solids: Xray crystallography, Crystal lattices and unit cells, Number of atoms in a unit cell, Closed packed structures, Packing efficiency, Calculations involving unit cell dimensions, Imperfections in solids, Electrical properties, Magnetic properties. UNITVI General principles of metallurgy Occurance of metals, Concentration of ores, Extraction of crude metal from concentrated ore, Thermodynamic principles of metallurgy, Electrochemical principles of metallurgy, Oxidationreduction, Refining, Uses of aluminium, copper, zinc and iron. UNITVII Surface chemistry Adsorption, Catalysis, Colloids, Classification of colloids, Emulsions, Colloids around us. UNITVIII Polymers Classification of polymers, Types of polymerization reactions, Molecular mass of polymers, Biodegradable polymers, Polymers of commercial importance. UNITIX Organic compounds containing nitrogen Amines: Structure of amines, Classification, Nomenclature, Preparation of amines, Physical properties, Chemical reactions UNITX Biomolecules Carbohydrates, Proteins, Enzymes, Vitamins, Nucleic acids, Hormones. UNITXI Chemistry in everyday life CDrugs and their classification, Drugtarget interaction, Therapeutic action of different classes of drugs, Chemicals in food, Cleansing agents. UNITXI Environmental chemistry Definition of terms: Air, water and soil pollutions, Environmental pollution, Atmospheric pollution, Acid rain: particulate pollutants, Stratospheric pollution, Water pollution, Soil pollution: pesticides, industrial wastes, Strategies to control environmental pollution, Green chemistry. 
50  3 
PH801 
Physics LabPhysics Lab Subject Code: PH801
LTPC: 0020
Lab Objectives:
Lab Outcomes :
LIST OF EXPERIMENTS
1. Deflection magneto meter Aim : a)To determine the magnetic movement of two bar magnets b)To verify the inverse square law by using equal distance method. 2. PN Junction diode Aim : To draw VI characteristics of PN junction diode 3. Zener diode Aim : To draw VI characteristics of zener diode 4. Transistor Aim : To draw VI characteristics of transistor using(npn) type. 
02  2 
CY801 
Chemistry LabChemistry Lab Subject Code: CY801
LTPC: 0020
Lab Objectives:
Lab Outcomes :
LIST OF EXPERIMENTS

02  2 
Total  254  20 