Savitribai Phule Pune University,Structure of BE Chemical Engineering 2012 Course. Code Subject Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Marks. LECT PR DR In Semester TW PR OR End,TUT Assessment Semester. 409341 Process Dynamics and Control 4 2 30 50 70 150. 409342 Chemical Reaction Engineering II 3 30 70 100. 409343 Chemical Engineering Design II 3 2 30 50 70 150. 409344 Elective I 3 2 30 25 70 125,409345 Elective II 3 30 70 100. 409346 Industrial Training Evaluation 50 50, 409347 Computer Aided Chemical Engineering II 2 25 25. 409348 Project Phase I 2 50 50,Total 16 4 6 150 150 50 50 350 750. Code Subject Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Marks. LECT PR DR In Semester TW PR OR End,TUT Assessment Semester. 409349 Process Modeling and Simulation 4 2 30 50 50 70 200. 409350 Process Engineering Costing Plant 4 4 30 50 50 70 200. 409351 Elective III 3 30 70 100,409352 Elective IV 3 30 70 100. 409353 Project Phase II 6 100 50 150,Total 14 2 10 120 200 150 280 750. Elective I Elective II Elective III Elective IV,409344 409345 409351 409352. 1 Environmental 1 Chemical Process 1 Energy Conservation In 1 Catalysis. Engineering Synthesis Chemical Process,Industries, 2 Membrane Technology 2 Industrial Management 2 Chemical Process Safety 2 Nanotechnology. Entrepreneurship, 3 Corrosion Engineering 3 Piping Design 3 Food Technology 3 Fuel Cell Technology. Engineering, 4 Petroleum Refining 4 Advance Separation 4 Advanced Materials 4 Petrochemical. Processes Engineering,5 Open Elective, TW 409350 25 marks out of 50 are reserved for minimum two compulsory industrial visits that. must be conducted during the whole year preferably one visit every semester under the head term. SEMESTER I,409341 Process Dynamics and Control,Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme. Lectures 4 h week In Semester 30,Practical 2 h week End Semester 70. Unit I Dynamic behaviour of simple processes 8h, Objectives of Chemical Process Control Mathematical modeling of chemical processes. State variables and state equations Input Output model Linearization of nonlinear systems. Types of Forcing functions dead time systems First order systems processes. Thermometer Liquid level tank Liquid level tank with constant outlet pure capacitive. isothermal and non isothermal CSTR Dynamic response of first order system to impulse and. step inputs basic concepts of MIMO systems, Unit II Design of single loop feedback control systems 8h. Second order systems processes Damped vibrator Interacting and Non interacting systems. Step response of second order system Characteristics of under damped system Classical. controllers P PI PD PID and ON OFF controllers Concept of feed back control system. Servo Regulatory problem Block diagram reduction of complicated control systems and. Dynamic behaviour of feed back control processes, Unit III Stability Analysis of feed back systems 8h. Notion of stability Characteristic equation stability analysis of feedback control system. using Routh Hurwitz criteria Root locus Simple performance criteria controller tuning. with one quarter decay ratio criteria Time Integral performance criteria by ISE IAE ITAE. etc selection of feed back controller Controller tuning using process reaction curve by. Cohen coon technique, Unit IV Frequency response analysis of linear processes 8h. Response of first order system to sinusoidal input Frequency response characteristics of. general linear system Bode diagrams First order system Second order system Pure. capacitive process dead time system P PI PD PID Bode stability criteria Gain margin. Phase Margin Nyquist Stability criteria Ziegler Nicholes Tuning technique. Unit V Design of complex control system 8h, Design of controllers with difficult dynamics such as large time delay systems inverse. response systems Analysis and design of control systems with multiple loops cascade. selective split range control systems Analysis and design of advanced control systems feed. forward ratio adaptive and inferential control systems. Unit VI Digital and Computer based Control Systems 8h. Sampling of continuous signals to discrete time signals reconstruction of continuous time. signals from discrete time signals using hold elements Digital approximation of classical. controllers Role of digital computer in process control as process interface for data. acquisition and control Centralized control systems supervisory control systems SCADA. microcomputer based control systems PLC DCS Plant wide control for plants involving. compressor Heat Exchanger Adiabatic Plug Flow Reactor. List of Experiments minimum 8,1 Dynamic response of liquid tank level system. 2 Dynamic response of thermometer in oil bath thermowell system. 3 Dynamic response of two interacting systems,4 Dynamic response of two non interacting systems. 5 Dynamic response of an On off controller,6 Dynamic response of P PI and PID controllers. 7 Root locus analysis,8 Root locus analysis on software Ex MATLAB. 9 Bode plot on software Ex MATLAB, 10 PID control loop simulation for a first order process Ex SIMULINK. 11 Cascade control system,12 Heat exchanger control system. Reference Books, 1 Chemical Process Control George Stephanopoulos PHI publication. 2 Process System Analysis Control Donald R Coughanour Mc Graw Hill. 3 Process Control Modelling Design Control B Wayne Bequette PHI Publication. 4 Process Dynamics Control Dale E Seborg Thomal F Edgar Dancan A. Mellichamp, 5 Process Dynamics Modeling Control Babatunde A Ogunnaike W Harmon Ray. Oxford University Press Inc, 6 Computer Control of Processes M Chindambaram Alpha Science Internatinal Ltd. 7 Instrument Engineers Handbook Process Control Bella G Liptak Elsevier. 409342 Chemical Reaction Engineering II,Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme. Lectures 3h week In Semester 30,End Semester 70,Unit I Heterogeneous Reactions 7 h. Types rates contacting patterns Fluid Particle reactions Selection of model unreacted core. model progressive conversion model Rate of reaction for shrinking spherical particles. Determination of rate controlling step application to design application to fluidized bed with. entrainment,Unit II Fluid Fluid Reaction 7 h, Rate equation for reaction kinetic regimes case A to H film conversion parameter slurry. reaction kinetics aerobic fermentation application to design fast and slow reactions mixer. settler Semi batch contacting pattern reactive distillation and extractive reactions. Unit III Catalysis and Adsorption 7 h, Surface chemistry and adsorption adsorption isotherms and rates of adsorption Catalysis. Determination of surface area by BET method void volume and solid density pore volume. distribution catalyst selection preparation of catalyst and its deactivation poisoning and. regeneration nature and mechanism of catalytic reactions. Unit IV Reaction and Diffusion in porous catalyst 7 h. Gaseous diffusion in single cylindrical pore diffusion in liquids in porous catalyst surface. diffusion mass transfer with reaction effectiveness factor experimental and calculated. effectiveness factor selectivity s for porous catalysts rates for poisoned porous catalysts. Unit V Solid catalyzed Reaction 7 h, Rate equation Film resistance surface phenomenon pore diffusion experimental methods. for finding rates determining controlling resistances and rate equation product distribution in. multiple reactions, Unit VI Design of Heterogeneous Catalytic Reactors and Biochemical Reaction Systems. Fluidized bed reactor isothermal and adiabatic fixed bed reactor fluidized bed reactor slurry. reactor enzyme fermentation Michaelis Menten M M kinetics inhibition by foreign. Reference Books, 1 Chemical Reaction Engineering Octave Levenspiel 2nd 3rd Edition. 2 Chemical Engineering Kinetics J M Smith 3rd Edition. 3 Elements of Chemical Reaction Engineering H Scott Fogler 4th Edition. 4 Heterogeneous Reactions Analysis Examples and reactor Design Vol 1 2. Doraiswamy L K and Sharma M M, 5 An Introduction to Chemical Reaction Kinetics Reactor Design C G Hill. 409343 Chemical Engineering Design II,Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme. Lectures 3 h week In Semester 30,Drawing 2 h week End Semester 70. Unit I Design of distillation column 7 h, Design variables in distillation design methods for binary systems plate efficiency. approximate column sizing plate contactors and plate hydraulic design. Unit II Packed columns 7 h, Choices of plates or packing packed column design procedure packed bed height. distillation and absorption HTU Cornell s method Onda s method column diameter. column internals wetting rates column auxiliaries,Unit III Piping Design 7h. A brief revision covering friction factor pressure drop for flow of non compressible and. compressible fluids Newtonian Fluids pipe sizing economic velocity Pipe line networks. and their analysis for flow in branches restriction orifice sizing Pipe supports Non. Newtonian fluids types with examples pressure drop calculations for Non Newtonian. fluids Pipe line design on fluid dynamic parameter. Unit IV Materials for Piping system 7h, Desirable properties of piping materials materials for low normal and high temperature. services materials for corrosion resistance Common ASTM and IS specifications for. Seamless ERW pipes pipe fittings flanges and fasteners materials for valves Gaskets. Functions and properties types of gaskets and their selection Design of pipeline for natural. gas pipeline design for transportation of crude oil. Unit V Plant utilities 7 h, Air Necessity process air instrument air compressed air air water vapour mixture. psychrometry Water Necessity sources water treatment methods water softening boiler. feed water Steam and steam generators Properties of steam enthalpy calculations steam. generator boiler mountings and accessories Non steam heating systems using thermic. fluids dowtherm,Unit VI Plant maintenance 7 h, Necessity types of plant maintenance preventive predictive online scheduled. corrective breakdown lubrication plant start up and shut down procedure maintenance of. pumps valves compressors piping Process safety Necessity industrial accidents causes. and preventive measures safety measures chemical hazards fire hazard fire prevention. industrial safety codes HAZOP HAZAN studies flame arrester explosions. Term work Process and Mechanical design and drawing of any five equipments from unit 1. to 4 which should include at least two sheets based on AUTOCAD Autodesk or design. Reference Books, 1 Process equipment design by L E Brownell and E Young John Wiley New York. 2 Introduction to Chemical Equipment Design by B C Bhattacharya C B S. Publications, 3 Process Equipment Design by M V Joshi McMillan India. 4 Chemical Engineering Vol 6 by J M Coulson J F Richardson and R K Sinott. Pergamon Press, 5 Chemical Engineering volume 2 by J M Coulson J F Richardson and R K Sinott. Pergamon Press, 6 Mass Transfer Operations by Treyball R E McGraw Hill New York. 7 Chemical Process Equipment Selection and design Walas S M Butter worth. Heinamer McGraw Hill book company New York, 8 Applied Process Design for Chemical and Petrochemical Plants vol 1 and 2 Ludwig. E E Gulf publishing co publishing company Texas, 9 Pipe Drafting and Design by Roy A Parisher Robert A Rhea Gulf Professional. Publishing 2012, 10 Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics by Modi and Seth Standard Publishers Distributors. 11 Process Design of Equipments by S D Dawande Central Techno Publication. Elective I,409344 1 Environmental Engineering,Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme. Lectures 3 h week In Semester 30,Seminar 2 h week End Semester 70. Unit I Introduction 7 h, An overview of environmental engineering pollution of air water and soil impact of. population growth on environment environmental impact of thermal hydro and nuclear. energy chemical pollution solid wastes prevention and control of environmental pollution. water and air pollution laws and standards clean development mechanisms CDM Kyoto. Unit II Air Pollution Sources Effects and Measurement 7 h. Definition of air pollution sources scales of concentration and classification of air pollutants. Effects of air pollutants on human health plants animals materials Economic effects of air. pollution sampling and measurement of air pollutants air pollution control standards WHO. BIS MPCB CPCB, Unit III Air Pollution Control Methods and Equipment 7 h. Particulate pollution cleaning methods collection efficiency particulate collection systems. Basic design and operating principles of settling chamber cyclone separator fabric filter. electrostatic precipitator Operating principles of spray tower centrifugal scrubber venturi. scrubber selection of particulate collector Gaseous pollution Principles of control by. absorption adsorption combustion or catalytic oxidation removal of SOx NOx Numerical. problems based on the theory,Unit IV Water Pollution 7 h. Domestic and industrial wastewater types sources and effects of water pollutants Waste. water characteristics DO BOD COD TOC total suspended solids colour and odour. bacteriological quality oxygen deficit determination of BOD constants Water quality. standards ICMR WHO MPCB and CPCB,Unit V Wastewater Treatment 7 h. Principles of primary treatment and secondary treatment process design and basic operating. principles of activated sludge suspended growth process sludge treatment and disposal. trickling filter Advanced methods of waste water treatment UASB photo catalytic reactors. wet air oxidation and biosorption, Unit VI Tertiary Water Treatment and Solid Waste Management 7 h. Tertiary treatment disinfection by chlorine ozone and hydrogen peroxide UV rays recovery. of materials from process effluents micro screening biological nitrification and. denitrification granular medium filtration Land Pollution Sources and classification of solid. wastes disposal methods incineration composting recovery and recycling. Seminar TW, Seminar should be based on theory Students may undertake studies in design and. development analysis synthesis construction and fabrication of equipments treatment. plants Critical review on product or system generation of new concept idea and. improvement in existing process related to the subject Visits to wastewater Treatment. plant Common Effluent Treatment Plant Solid Waste Management Sites etc should be. arranged Term work should be based on the technical report on these studies carried out by. individual or a small group 2 3 of students Modern audio visual techniques may be used at. the time of presentation,Reference Books, 1 Rao C S Environmental Pollution Control Engineering Wiley Eastern. Publications, 2 Metcalf and Eddy Wastewater Engineering Tata McGraw Hill Publishers. 3 Mahajan S P Pollution Control in Process Industry Tata McGraw Hill Publishers. 4 J C Mycock John D McKenna Louis Theodore Handbook of Air Pollution Control. Engineering and Technology, 5 Flagan R C and Seinfield J H Fundamentals of Air Pollution Engineering Prentice. Hall Inc Englewood Cliffs New Jersey, 6 Peavy H S and Rowe D R and Tchobanoglous G Environmental Engineering. McGraw Hil International Ed 1985, 7 Martin Crowford Air Pollution Control theory McGraw Hill Inc US. 8 Stern Air Pollution Vol I and Vol II 2nd Edition Academic Press New York. 9 G Kiely Environmental Engineering McGraw Hill 1997. Elective I,409344 2 Membrane Technology,Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme. Lectures 3 h week In Semester 30,Seminar 2 h week End Semester 70. Unit I Introduction to membrane processes membrane materials and their properties. Introduction Objectives classification and selection criteria for industrial separation. processes historical background and introduction to membranes and membrane processes. Benefits and drawbacks of membrane processes over conventional separation processes. Definitions of membrane types of membranes isotropic anisotropic volume flux retention. separation factor Membrane materials and their properties Types of polymeric materials. used for membrane preparation Factors affecting properties of polymers membrane. polymers porous nonporous and inorganic membranes thermal mechanical and chemical. stability of polymers membrane characterization,Unit II Membranes and membrane modules 7h. Introduction preparation of isotropic nonporous and microporous and anisotropic. membranes choice of polymer casting solution solvent precipitation medium and casting. solution modifiers interfacial polymerization membranes solution coated composite. membranes repairing membrane defects metal and ceramic membranes carbon membranes. glass membranes liquid membranes hollow fiber membranes Membrane modules. Introduction plate and frame model spiral wound module tubular module capillary module. hollow fiber model vibrating and rotating modules comparison and selection of module. configurations,Unit III Transport theories in Membranes 7h. Introduction driving forces transport through microporous and dense membranes solution. diffusion theory for dialysis RO hyperfiltration gas separation pervaporation membranes. structure permeability relationships diffusion coefficients sorption coefficients pore flow. theory for UF MF membranes Ferry Rankin equation surface and depth filters Knudsen. diffusion and surface diffusion through microporous membranes. Unit IV Concentration polarization and fouling of membranes 7h. Introduction boundary layer film model concentration polymerization in liquid separation. and gas separation processes effect of cross co and counter flow arrangements gel layer. model osmotic pressure model methods of reducing concentration polarization turbulence. promoters temperature polarization membrane fouling methods to reduce fouling. membrane cleaning,Unit V Applications of UF MF RO processes 7h. Describe basic transport theory membranes and materials used membrane selectivity. concentration polarization and fouling membrane modules system designs batch. continuous multistep and multistage and applications for each process Applications RO. Desalination of brackish and sea water getting ultrapure water waste water treatment NF. organic solvent separation UF Food industry cheese production clarification of fruit juice. separation of oil water emulsions process water and product recycling MF Sterile filtration. of pharmaceuticals sterilization of wine and beer drinking water treatment. Unit VI Applications of GS PV and other membrane processes 7h. Describe basic transport theory membranes and materials membrane selectivity. concentration polarization and fouling membrane modules system designs batch. continuous multistep and multistage and applications for each process. Applications of GS Hydrogen separations oxygen nitrogen separation natural gas. separations CO2 separations vapor gas separations vapor vapor separations dehydration of. air PV Solvent dehydration water purifications organic organic separations Electro. dialysis Brackish water desalination salt recovery from seawater electrode ionization. Carrier facilitated transport coupled transport membranes ELM Removal and recovery of. metals from dilute solutions CO2 H2S separation olefin separation oxygen nitrogen. separations Thermally driven membrane processes membrane distillation membrane. contactors electrically driven membrane processes electrodialysis membrane electrolysis. membrane reactors and bioreactors,Seminar TW, The term work shall be based on technical report prepared by individual or small group 2 3. of students on studies in industrial applications case studies of membrane separation. processes Students are expected to deliver seminar presentation using audio visual. techniques on the topic,Reference Books, 1 Marcel Mulder Basic Principles of Membrane Technology Kluwer Academic. Publications, 2 Coulson and Richardson s Chemical Engineering Volume 2 Elsevier. 3 S P Nunes and K V Peinemann membrane Technology in the chemical industry. 4 R Rautanbach and R Albrecht Membrane Process John Wiley Sons. 5 R Y M Huang Perevoparation Membrane Separation Processes Elsevier. 6 J G Crespo K W Boddekes Membrane Processes in Separation and Purification. Kluwer Academic Publications, 7 Larry Ricci and the staff of chemical engineering separation techniques McGraw Hill. publications, 8 Richard W Baker Membrane Technology and Applications John Wiley Sons Ltd. Elective I,409344 3 Corrosion Engineering,Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme. Lectures 3 h week In Semester 30,Seminar 2 h week End Semester 70. Introduction and Scope Corrosion Definition wet and dry corrosion mechanism electro. chemical principles and aspects of corrosion Faradays laws specific conduction specific. resistance transport no mobility etc various forms of corrosion a brief review of corrosion. rate expressions Thermodynamic aspects of corrosion equlibrium potential Narnst. equation for electrode potential EMF series overvoltage application of Nernst equation to. corrosion reactions calculation of corrosion rates. Unit II 7h, Polarisation and Corrosion Potentials reference electrodes for corrosion measurements. types of polarisation concentration activation and resistance polarisations Tafel. equation Tafel constant Evans Diagrams Anodic control cathodic control mixed control. Pourbaix diagram for Fe H2O system,Unit III 7h, Galvanic corrosion uniform attack pitting corrosion dezincification cavitation erosion. fretting corrosion intergranular and stress corrosion cracking Remedial measures for the. Unit IV 7h, High temperature oxidation Pilling Bedworth ratio mechanisms of Oxidation corrosion. testing procedures and evaluation Corrosion of iron and steel in Aqueous media. Effect of velocity temperature and composition of media. Prevention techniques modification of the material by alloying appropriate heat treatment. Chemical and Mechanical methods of surface treatment coatings metallic non metallic. linings cathodic protection passivity and anodic protection. Seminars TW, Seminar should be based on theory Students may undertake studies in design of equipment. treatment plants Plant visits may be encouraged Term work should be based on the. technical report on these studies carried out by individual or a small group 2 3 of. students Modern audio visual techniques may be used at the time of presentation. Reference Books, 1 Corrosion Engineering by Fontana and Greene McGraw Hill. 2 Corrosion and Corrosion Control H H Uhllg Wiley, 3 An introduction to Electrochemistry by Samuel Glasstone Affiliated East West Press. Private Limited,Elective I,409344 4 Petroleum Refining. Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme,Lectures 3 h week In Semester 30. Seminar 2 h week End Semester 70,Unit I Petroleum Composition and Products 7h. Origin formation composition Exploration of petroleum crude assay overall refinery. Flow specifications of petroleum products such as LPG Gasoline Kerosene Diesel lube oil. etc as per standards like ASTM ISO etc,Unit II Crude Oil Distillation 7h. Pre refining operations such as Settling Moisture removal Desalting Storage Heating. through exchangers and pipe still heaters Atmospheric distillation Vacuum distillation. Unit III Conversion Processes 7 h, Significant conversion processes such as catalytic thermal cracking hydro cracking. reforming and coking,Unit IV Lube oil and Bitumen 7h. Lube oil production Properties of lube oil deasphalting Solvent extraction dewaxing. Finishing operations Lube oil additives Manufacture of Bitumen. Unit V Supporting Processes 7h, Hydrogen Management Production and recovery Sulphur Recovery Environmental. Pollution aspects in refinery,Unit VI Finishing Processes and Logistics 7h. Blending Additives Storage of products Transportation Safety norms Housekeeping. Marketing of petroleum and petroleum products, Seminar TW The term work shall be based on technical report prepared by individual or. small group 2 3 of students on studies in industrial applications case studies of petroleum. refining processes Students are expected to deliver seminar presentation using audio visual. techniques on the topic,Reference Books, 1 Gary J H Handwerk G E Petroleum refining technology and economics Marcel. Dekker Inc, 2 Speight J G The Chemistry and technology of petroleum CRC Press. 3 Myers Handbook of Petroleum Processing McGraw Hill Education. Elective II,409345 1 Chemical Process Synthesis,Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme. Lectures 3 hr week In Semester 30,End Semester 70, Unit I Introduction to Chemical Process Design 7 h. Introduction approach to process development development of new process different. considerations development of particular process overall process design hierarchy of. process design onion model approach to process design. Unit II Choice of Reactor 7h, Reaction path types of reaction systems reactor performance idealized reactor models. reactor concentration temperature pressure phase catalyst. Unit III Choice of Separator 7 h, Separation of heterogeneous mixtures separations of homogeneous mixtures distillation. azeotropic distillation absorption evaporation drying etc. Unit IV Distillation Sequencing 7h, Distillation sequencing using simple columns heat integration of sequences of simple. distillation columns distillation sequencing using thermal coupling optimization of reducible. Unit V Heat Exchanger Network And Utilities 7h, Energy targets composite curves heat recovery pinch threshold problems problem table. algorithm process constraints utility selection furnaces combined heat and power. integration of heat pump integration of refrigeration cycles overall heat exchanger network. and utilities,Unit VI Safety And Health Considerations 7 h. Fire explosion toxic release intensification of hazardous materials attenuation of hazardous. materials quantitative measures of inherent safety overall safety and health considerations. Reference Books,1 Chemical process design Robin Smith Wiley. 2 Conceptual design of chemical process James Douglas McGraw Hill Book Company. 3 Unit process in organic synthesis P H Groggins Tata McGraw Hill Publishing. Company Ltd, 4 Dryden s Outline of Chemical Engineering Rao and M Gopala East West Press. Elective II, 409345 2 Industrial Management and Entrepreneurship. Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme,Lectures 3 hr week In Semester 30. End Semesters 70, Unit I The Entrepreneurial Development Perspective 7 h. Concepts of Entrepreneurship Development Evolution of the concept of Entrepreneur. Entrepreneur Vs Intrapreneur Entrepreneur Vs Entrepreneurship Entrepreneur Vs. Manager Attributes and Characteristics of a successful Entrepreneur Role of Entrepreneur in. Indian economy and developing economies with reference to Self Employment. Development Entrepreneurial Culture, Unit II Creating Entrepreneurial Venture and Project Management 7 h. Business Planning Process Environmental Analysis Search and Scanning Identifying. problems and opportunities Defining Business Idea Basic Government Procedures to be. complied with Technical Financial Marketing Personnel and Management Feasibility. Estimating and Financing funds requirement Schemes offered by various commercial banks. and financial institutions like IDBI ICICI SIDBI SFCs Venture Capital Funding. Unit III Entrepreneurship Development and Government 7 h. Role of Central Government and State Government in promoting Entrepreneurship. Introduction to various incentives subsidies and grants Fiscal and Tax concessions available. Role of following agencies in the Entrepreneurship Development District Industries Centers. DIC Small Industries Service Institute SISI Entrepreneurship Development Institute of. India EDII National Institute of Entrepreneurship Small Business Development. NIESBUD National Entrepreneurship Development Board NEDB Why do Entrepreneurs. fail The FOUR Entrepreneurial Pitfalls Peter Drucker Women Entrepreneurs Reasons for. Low No Women Entrepreneurs Role Problems and Prospects Case studies of Successful. Entrepreneurial Ventures Failed Entrepreneurial Ventures and Turnaround Ventures. Unit IV Management Theories and Managerial Work 7 h. Stages of team development Tuckman Team role theory Belbin Management roles. Henry Mintzberg Situational leadership Blanchard Hierarchy of needs Maslow Five. competitive forces Porter Interview of mid large cap industry professional preferably. MBA to understand practical usage of any of these theories Business communication. communication process communication styles and communication forms in organizations. fundamentals of business writing patterns of business messages report writing public. speaking and oral reporting verbal and nonverbal communication use of visual and. presentation aides and cultural and international dimensions of communication Organization. Unit V Project Management based on Microsoft Project 7 h. Introduction Project management concepts Using Microsoft project Start your plan Adding. resources to the model Resource management crashing Resource rates using calendars. Handling multiple projects Uncertain activity times Tracking Baseline reports.
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