JNTUH CSE-AIML EN105HS/EN205HS: ENGLISH SYLLABUS

JNTUH CSE-AIML EN105HS/EN205HS: ENGLISH SYLLABUS

INTRODUCTION
In view of the growing importance of English as a tool for global communication and the consequent
emphasis on training students to acquire language skills, the syllabus of English has been designed to
develop linguistic, communicative and critical thinking competencies of Engineering students.
In English classes, the focus should be on the skills development in the areas of vocabulary, grammar,
reading and writing. For this, the teachers should use the prescribed text for detailed study. The
students should be encouraged to read the texts leading to reading comprehension and different
passages may be given for practice in the class. The time should be utilized for working out the
exercises given after each excerpt, and also for supplementing the exercises with authentic materials
of a similar kind, for example, newspaper articles, advertisements, promotional material etc. The focus
in this syllabus is on skill development, fostering ideas and practice of language skills in various contexts
and cultures.
Learning Objectives: The course will help to
 Improve the language proficiency of students in English with an emphasis on Vocabulary,Grammar, Reading and Writing skills.
 Equip students to study academic subjects more effectively and critically using the theoretical and practical components of English syllabus.
 Develop study skills and communication skills in formal and informal situations.Course Outcomes: Students should be able to
 Use English Language effectively in spoken and written forms.
 Comprehend the given texts and respond appropriately.
 Communicate confidently in various contexts and different cultures.
 Acquire basic proficiency in English including reading and listening comprehension, writing and speaking skills.
SYLLABUS
UNIT –I
‘The Raman Effect’ from the prescribed textbook ‘English for Engineers’ published by Cambridge University Press.
Vocabulary Building: The Concept of Word Formation –The Use of Prefixes and Suffixes.Grammar: Identifying Common Errors in Writing with Reference to Articles and Prepositions.Reading: Reading and Its Importance- Techniques for Effective Reading.Basic Writing Skills: Sentence Structures -Use of Phrases and Clauses in Sentences- Importance of Proper Punctuation- Techniques for writing precisely – Paragraph writing – Types, Structures and Features of a Paragraph – Creating Coherence-Organizing Principles of Paragraphs in Documents.
UNIT –II
‘Ancient Architecture in India’ from the prescribed textbook ‘English for Engineers’ published by Cambridge University Press. Vocabulary: Synonyms and Antonyms. Grammar: Identifying Common Errors in Writing with Reference to Noun-pronoun Agreement and Subject-verb Agreement. Reading: Improving Comprehension Skills – Techniques for Good Comprehension Writing: Format of a Formal Letter-Writing Formal Letters E.g.., Letter of Complaint, Letter of Requisition, Job Application with Resume

UNIT –III
‘Blue Jeans’ from the prescribed textbook ‘English for Engineers’ published by Cambridge University Press.
Vocabulary: Acquaintance with Prefixes and Suffixes from Foreign Languages in English to form Derivatives-Words from Foreign Languages and their Use in English.Grammar: Identifying Common Errors in Writing with Reference to Misplaced Modifiers and Tenses.Reading: Sub-skills of Reading- Skimming and Scanning Writing: Nature and Style of Sensible Writing- Defining- Describing Objects, Places and Events –Classifying- Providing Examples or Evidence
UNIT –IV
‘What Should You Be Eating’ from the prescribed textbook ‘English for Engineers’ published by Cambridge University Press. Vocabulary: Standard Abbreviations in English Grammar: Redundancies and Clichés in Oral and Written Communication. Reading: Comprehension- Intensive Reading and Extensive Reading Writing: Writing Practices–Writing Introduction and Conclusion – Essay Writing-Précis Writing.
UNIT –V
‘How a Chinese Billionaire Built Her Fortune’ from the prescribed textbook ‘English for Engineers’ published by Cambridge University Press. Vocabulary: Technical Vocabulary and their usage Grammar: Common Errors in English Reading: Reading Comprehension-Exercises for Practice Writing: Technical Reports- Introduction – Characteristics of a Report – Categories of Reports Formats- Structure of Reports (Manuscript Format) -Types of Reports – Writing a Report.
TEXTBOOK:
1. Sudarshana, N.P. and Savitha, C. (2018). English for Engineers. Cambridge University Press.
REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. Swan, M. (2016). Practical English Usage. Oxford University Press.
2. Kumar, S and Lata, P. (2018). Communication Skills. Oxford University Press.
3. Wood, F.T. (2007). Remedial English Grammar. Macmillan.
4. Zinsser, William. (2001). On Writing Well. Harper Resource Book.
5. Hamp-Lyons, L. (2006). Study Writing. Cambridge University Press.
6. Exercises in Spoken English. Parts I –III. CIEFL, Hyderabad. Oxford University Press

CSE-AIML

SEMESTER SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT Lession Plan Lecturer Notes & Question Bank SYLLABUS ABOUT TUTOR
I MA101BS Mathematics – I Click Here
I AP102BS Applied Physics Click Here
I CS103ES Programming for Problem Solving Click Here
I ME104ES Engineering Graphics Click Here
I AP105BS Applied Physics Lab Click Here
I CS106ES Programming for Problem Solving Lab Click Here
I MC109ES Environmental Science Click Here
II MA201BS Mathematics – II Click Here
II CH202BS Chemistry Click Here
II EE203ES Basic Electrical Engineering Click Here
II ME205ES Engineering Workshop Click Here
II EN205HS English Click Here
II CH206BS Engineering Chemistry Lab Click Here
II EN207HS English Language and Communication Skills Lab Click Here
II EE208ES Basic Electrical Engineering Lab Click Here
II-I CS310PC Discrete Mathematics Click Here
II-I CS302PC Data Structures Click Here
II-I MA313BS Mathematical and Statistical Foundations Click Here
II-I CS304PC Computer Organization and Architecture Click Here
II-I CS311PC Python Programming Click Here
II-I SM306MS Business Economics & Financial Analysis Click Here
II-I CS307PC Data Structures Lab Click Here
II-I CS312PC Python Programming Lab Click Here
II-I MC309 Gender Sensitization Lab Click Here
II-II CS416PC Formal Language and Automata Theory Click Here
II-II CS417PC Software Engineering Click Here
II-II CS403PC Operating Systems Click Here
II-II CS404PC Database Management Systems Click Here
II-II CS412PC Object Oriented Programming using Java Click Here
II-II CS406PC Operating Systems Lab Click Here
II-II CS407PC Database Management Systems Lab Click Here
II-II CS408PC Java Programming Lab Click Here
II-II MC409 Constitution of India Click Here
III-I Design and Analysis of Algorithms Click Here
III-I Machine Learning Click Here
III-I Computer Networks Click Here
III-I Compiler Design Click Here
III-I Graph Theory (PE1) Click Here
III-I Introduction to Data Science(PE1) Click Here
III-I Web Programming(PE1) Click Here
III-I Image Processing(PE1) Click Here
III-I Computer Graphics(PE1) Click Here
III-I Software Testing Methodologies(PE2) Click Here
III-I Information Retrieval Systems(PE2) VIJAYANAND S
III-I Pattern Recognition(PE2) Click Here
III-I Computer Vision and Robotics(PE2) Click Here Click Here
III-I Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence(PE2) Click Here
III-I Machine Learning Lab Click Here
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III-I Advanced Communication Skills Lab Click Here
III-I Intellectual Property Rights Click Here
III-II Artificial Intelligence Click Here Click Here
III-II DevOps Click Here Click Here
III-II Natural Language Processing Click Here Click Here
III-II Internet of Things(PE3) Click Here Click Here
III-II Data Mining(PE3) Click Here Click Here
III-II Scripting Languages(PE3) Click Here Click Here
III-II Mobile Application Development(PE3) Click Here Click Here
III-II Cryptography and Network Security(PE3) Click Here Click Here
III-II Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language Processing Lab Click Here Click Here
III-II DevOps Lab Click Here Click Here
IV-I Neural Networks & Deep Learning Click Here Click Here
IV-I Reinforcement Learning Click Here Click Here
IV-I Quantum Computing(PE4) Click Here Click Here
IV-I Expert Systems(PE4) Click Here Click Here
IV-I Cloud Computing(PE4) Click Here Click Here
IV-I Game Theory(PE4) Click Here Click Here
IV-I Mobile Computing(PE4) Click Here Click Here
IV-I Expert Systems(PE4) Click Here Click Here
IV-I Cloud Computing(PE4) Click Here Click Here
IV-I Game Theory(PE4) Click Here Click Here
IV-I Mobile Computing(PE4) Click Here Click Here
IV-I Social Network Analysis(PE5) Click Here Click Here
IV-I Federated Machine Learning(PE5) Click Here Click Here
IV-I Augmented Reality & Virtual Reality(PE5) Click Here Click Here
IV-I Web Security(PE5) Click Here Click Here
IV-I Ad-hoc & Sensor Networks Click Here Click Here
IV-I Deep Learning Lab Click Here Click Here
IV-II Organizational Behaviour Click Here Click Here
IV-II Speech and Video Processing(PE6) Click Here Click Here
IV-II Robotics Process Automation(PE6) Click Here Click Here
IV-II Randomized Algorithms(PE6) Click Here Click Here
IV-II Cognitive Computing(PE6) Click Here Click Here
IV-II Semantic Web(PE6) Click Here Click Here

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