step4success club

By The Students of Doon Group of Institution

step4success

In order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure. Bill Cosby

step4success club

Oppurtunites come from creation, not by chance

step4success club

It is not bad that you don't have certain skill, but it is truly bad if you don't want to learn.

Monday, 27 August 2012

MATHEMATICS-III sem 3rd

Uttarakhand tech. university

b tech

sub:- mathamatics iii

utu previous year question papers

time : 3hr]
Total marks :100
SECTION A
Q1:- Attempt any two of the following :
  1. (i) Show that function u = x3 – 3xy2 is harmonic and find the corresponding analytic function.
    (ii) If   w = f (z) = u + iv and u - v =
     ex (cosy – siny), find w in terms of z.
  2. Evaluate 
                     where C is the circle
    (i) |z| = 2 , 
     
  3. Apply  calculus of residues to evaluate 

Saturday, 25 August 2012

SUB :- MECHANICAL 1ST YEAR


UTTARAKHAND TECH. UNIVERSITY
UTU
B.TECH FIRST YEAR, 2012
SUB :- MECHANICAL


time : 3hr]  
Total marks :100
SECTION A
Q1:- Attempt any four of the following :
  1. Define the following terms:
    (i) Quasi-static process
    (ii) Thermodynamic equilibrium
    (iii) Thermal reservoirs
  2. Explain the concept of free expansion with zero work transfer.
  3. The properties of a closed system change following the relation between pressure and volume as pV = 3.0, where p is in bar and V is in m3. Calculate the work done when the pressure increase from 1.5 bar to 7.5 bar.
  4. Define 'internal energy' and prove that it is a property of a system.
  5. Explain heat transfer is a path function?

Friday, 24 August 2012

EMI 2nd year


UTTARAKHAND TECH. UNIVERSITY
UTU
B.TECH 2nd YEAR, 2010-2011
SUB :- Emi

time : 3hr]
Total marks :100
SECTION A
Q1:- Attempt any four of the following :
  1. Explain the working principle of PMMC Instruments.
  2. A 0 to 10 amp meter has a guaranteed accuracy of 1.5% of full scale reading. The current measured by the instrument is 2.5 ampere calculate and percentage limiting error.
  3. Explain the working principle of dc ammeter and dc volt meter.
  4. The current passing through a resistor of
    50 ± 0.2Ω is 4.0 ± 0.02 amp determine the limiting error in the computed value of power dissipation.
  5. Explain the following errors :
    (i) Gross error
    (ii) Systematic error
    (iii) Absolute error
  6. Explain the working principle of series ohm meter.

Wednesday, 22 August 2012

FLUID MECHANICS SEM III



UTTARAKHAND TECH. UNIVERSITY
UTU
B.TECH sem iii,  2011-2012
sub- FLUID MECHANICS

time : 3hr] 
Total marks :100
SECTION A

Q1:- Attempt any four of the following :

  1. Explain briefly Magnus effect.
  2. Define Newton's law of viscosity of fluid.
  3. Explain the term vapour press and cavitation. Derive an expression for capillarity fall.
  4. Explain the term absolute, gauge, atmospheric and vacuum pressure.
  5. Explain the condition of equilibrium of floating and submerged bodies.
  6. The diameter of a small piston and a large piston of a hydraulic jack are 5cm and 9cm respectively. A force of 120 N is applied on the small piston. Find the load lifted by the large piston when :
    (i) The pistons are at same level
    (ii) Small piston is 40 cm above the large piston. Density of liquid in jack is given as 1000 kg per meter cube.

Saturday, 18 August 2012

CHEMISTRY 1st year


UTTARAKHAND TECH. UNIVERSITY
UTU
B.TECH FIRST YEAR, 2012
SUB :- cHEMISTRY


time : 3hr] 
Total marks :100
SECTION A
Q1:- Attempt any four of the following :
  1. Draw the MO diagram of HF molecule and calculate its bond order.
  2. Derive Bragg's equation for diffraction of X-rays by crystal.
  3. Write mechanism of :
    (i) Cannizzaro Reaction
    (ii) Beckmann's rearrangement.
  4. By using appropriate examples, discuss and illustrate the stereo chemical implications of SN1 and SN2 reaction.
  5. (i) Differentiate between Enantiomers  and Diasteromers by using suitable example.(ii) Differentiate  between Nematic and smectic liquid crystal.

Friday, 17 August 2012

SUB :- BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 1st year


UTTARAKHAND TECH. UNIVERSITY
utu
B.TECH FIRST YEAR, 2012
SUB :- BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING


time : 3hr] 
Total marks :100
SECTION A
Q1:- Attempt any four of the following :
  1. Define the following
    (i)  Resistance
    (ii) Specific Resistance
    (iii) Potential difference
    (iv) Unilateral Element
    (v)  Ammeter
  2. In the circuit shown 100 V dc voltage is applied across terminal A-B, calculate the power dissipated in each resistor and the reading of a voltmeter connected across the 5 ohm resistor.
    utu previous year paper

Wednesday, 15 August 2012

sub (Mathematics-1) b tech 1st year utu


Uttarakhand Technical University
UTU B.tech (first year)
odd sem Examination
2011-12
sub :- Mathematics-1


time : 3hr]
Total marks :100
SECTION A
Q1:- Attempt any four of the following :
4x5=20
  1. Reduce the matrix
    to normal form and hence find its rank.
  2. Show that the vectors :
    X = (1,2,4), X2 = (2,-1,3), X3 = (0,1,2), X4 =(-3,7,2) are linearly dependent. Find the relation between them.
  3. Show that the matrix
    is Hermitian and iA is skew Hermitian.
  4. Verify Cayley-Hamilton theorem for
    b tech question papersand hence find 
    A-1.
  5. Prove that the eigenvalues of a unitary matrix are of unit modulus.
  6. Test the consistency for the following system of equation and if system is consistent solve them:
    x + y + z =6,
    x + y + 3z= 14,
    x + 4y + 7z =30.

SECTION B

Q2:- Attempt any four of the following: 

Tuesday, 14 August 2012

MICROPROCESSOR

UTTARAKHAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
B.TECH (SEM. IV) 
2012
SUB: Microprocessor


time : 3hr] 
Total marks :100
Note: Attempt all questions. Be precise in your answer.

SECTION A
Q1:- Attempt any four of the following :
4x5=20
  1. Explain the evaluation of microprocessor in brief.
  2. Draw the functional block diagram of Intel-8085.
  3. State the function of temporary register of the 8085 microprocessor.
  4. State the features of 8086. Also explain the difference between 8086 and 8085.
  5. Define the term interrupt, exception, fault, and trap.
  6. List the four major processing units in an 80826 microprocessor and describe the function of each.
SECTION B
Q2:- Attempt any two of the following :

Sunday, 12 August 2012

sub-computer organization b.tech 2nd year cse

Uttarakhand Technical University
(utu)
B.tech (2nd year)
2012 Examination
sub:- Computer Organization


time:- 3hr
total marks :100
Note : Attempt all the questions.

Q1:- Attempt any four parts of the following :
  1. What to you mean by inter-register transfer? Discuss Bus transfer.
  2. Design Arithmetic Logic Shift unit that will perform different arithmetic, logic an shift operation.
  3. Draw a diagram of bus system for four register of 4-bits each. The bus is to be constructed with multiplexers.
  4. Show the hardware implementation for the following statements. The registers are 4-bits in lengths :
    TO : A b.tech utu previous year question paperRO
    T1  : A b.tech utu previous year question paper R1
    T2  : A utu previous year question paper R2
    T3  : A utu previous year question paper R3
  5. Show the multiplication process using Booth's algorithm when the following binary numbers are multiplied : (12)*(-18)
  6. Represent the decimal number -0.654 into IEEE Floating point format.
Q2:- Attempt any Four parts of the following :
  1. Explain the Fetch and Execute cycle during execution of an instruction.
  2. Describe briefly a Hardwired Control.
  3. What is microinstruction? Describe the microinstruction format.
  4. What do you mean by the term Microprogram Sequence. Explain the role played by it.
  5. Discuss advantages and disadvantages of Micro-programmed Control.
  6. Explain wide-branch addressing and emulation.
Q3 Attempt any two parts of the following :
  1. Write a program to evaluate the arithmetic expression :
    X= (A+B*C)/(D+E*F/G+H) Using three, two, one and zero address Instructions.
  2. Design an efficient logic circuit shared by different branch condition derived form the combination or stand alone status of the Flag register bits S (sign), V(overflow), C(End carry), Z(all O's). Specific the conditional branch instruction which can b supported by the circuit you have designed.
  3. Describe DMA with suitable blocks diagram. Why does DMA have priority over the CPU when both request a memory transfer ? Explain,
Q4:- Attempt any two parts of the following :
  1. The access time of a cache memory is 100 ns and that of main memory 1000 ns. It is estimated that 80 percent, of the memory requests are for read and the remaining 20 % for write. The hit ratio for read accesses only is 0.9.
    (a) What is the average access time of the system considering only memory read cycles ?
    (b) What is the average access time of the system for both read and write requests ?
    (c) What is the hit ratio taking into consideration the write cycles ?
  2. A Block set associative cache consists of a total of 64 blocks divided into four block sets. The main memory containing 4096 blocks each consisting of 128 words.
    (a) How many bits are there in the main memory address ?
    (b) How many bits are there in each of TAG, SET and WORD field ?
  3. Discuss the concept and implementation of virtual memory. Also describe a suitable scheme for translation from logical address to physical address.
Q5:- Attempt any two parts of the following :
  1. Give various architectural classification schemes. Also discuss the Flynn's and Feng's Classification in detail.
  2. Discuss the various possible hazards between read and write operations in an instruction pipeline and state the mechanism to detect and avoid these hazards. Also discuss the dynamic instruction scheduling.
  3. Consider the execution of  a program of 15000 instructions by a linear pipeline processor with a clock rate of 25 MHz. Assume that the instruction pipeline has five stages and that one instruction and out of sequence executions are ignored.
    (a) Calculate the speedup factor in using this pipeline to execute the program as compared with the use of an equivalent nonpipelined processor with an equal amount of flow through delay.
-------------------
this question paper is only for Uttarakhand techinical university (UTU).Step4success is the only ultimate collection of question papers of UTU and HNB.
Best of luck guys :)

Friday, 10 August 2012

Fundamental of Electronics Engineering B.Tech UTU PREVIOUS YEAR QUS PAPER 1st YEAR (I SEM)


Uttarakhand Technical University
B.tech (first year)
odd sem Examination
2009-10
sub :- Fundamental of Electronics
Engineering

time : 3hr] 
Total marks :100
SECTION A
Q1:- Attempt any four of the following :
4x5=20
  1. What is Fermi Level? How this level is modified when we add
    (a) P-type
    (b) n-type impurity to the intrinsic semiconductor.
  2. Calculate the barrier potential at room temperature for p-n junction is silicon, which is doped to a carrier density 1022  m-3 of on the p-side and 2222 m-3 on the n-side. The intrinsic carrier density for silicon is 1.4 × 1016 m-3.
  3. Explain the following:
    (a) Transition capacitance
    (b) Diffusion capacitance
    (c) Diode resistance
  4. Describe the bridge rectifier. How does it differ from F.W. rectifier using two diodes only. What do you understand by PIV?
  5. Calculate the ripple factor and conversion efficiency of half wave rectifier.
  6. A full wave rectifier delivers 50 W to a load of 200 ohm. If the ripple factor is 1%. Calculate AC ripple voltage across the load.
SECTION B
Q2:- Attempt any four of the following:

Thursday, 9 August 2012

ENGINEERING ECONOMICS & COSTING B tech utu previous year question paper


UTTARAKHAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
(SEM III) ODD SEM EXAMINATION,
2010-2011
SUB:- ENGINEERING ECONOMICS & COSTING


time : 3hr] 
Total marks :100
SECTION A
Q1:- Attempt any four of the following :
4x5=20
  1. Explain IRR and its advantages.
  2. Differentiate between future worth and present worth.
  3. Differentiate simple interest and compound interest,
  4. Explain Break even analysis.
  5. What is cash flow diagram and its advantages?
  6. Find the worth of Rs. 5000 after two years if interest paid is 1% monthly compounded monthly.
SECTION B
Q2:- Attempt any four of the following :

Wednesday, 8 August 2012

CBNST B tech previous year qus paper 2nd year

UTTARAKHAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY

B.TECH (SEM. Iii) 

2011-2012

SUB: cbnst
time : 2hr] 
Total marks :50
Note: Attempt all questions. Be precise in your answer.

SECTION A
Q1:- Attempt any four of the following :
4x3=12
  1.  If  Π = 22/7 is approximated as 3:14, find the absolute error, relative errors and percentage error.
  2. Describe briefly the floating point representation of numbers.
  3. Find a real root of the equation  2x – log10x =7 correct to four decimal places using iteration method.
  4. Use Muller's method to find a root of the following equation.
    x3-x-1=0 
  5. Define rate of convergence. Obtain rate of convergence of Newton Raphson method.
  6. Calculate the value of (31)1/4 by Newton's Raphson method, correct to 3 decimal places.

SECTION B
  Q2:- Attempt any two parts of the following:

Tuesday, 7 August 2012

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING B.Tech previous year qus paper 2nd year (IV sem)


UTTARAKHAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
B.TECH (SEM. iv) 
2011-2012
sub:software enginnering


time : 2hr] 
Total marks :50
Note: Attempt all questions. Be precise in your answer. 

SECTION A
Q1:- Attempt any three of the following :
4x3=12
  1. Define Software Engineering and how it is different from conventional engineering process?
  2. Should a development organization adapt a single process model for all its software development? Discuss the pros and cons?
  3. Write down major characteristics of software. Illustrate with a diagram that the software does not wear-out.
  4. Describe the various steps in software development life cycle? Explain the Spiral Model in details.

SECTION B

ELECTROMECHANICAL ENERGY CONVERSION-I B.Tech previous year qus paper 2nd year (III sem)


UTTARAKHAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
B.TECH (SEM. 3RD) 
2011-2012
sub: ELECTROMECHANICAL ENERGY CONVERSION-I


time : 3hr]
Total marks :100
Note: Attempt all questions. Be precise in your answer. 

SECTION A
Q1:- Attempt any two of the following :
10x2=20 
  1. Describe the principle of energy conversion. For singly excited magnetic system, derive the relation for the magnetic stored energy in terms of reluctance.
  2. Define field energy and co-energy. Give the significance of co-energy in the derivation of torque or force in an electromechanical energy conversion device.
  3. State and briefly explain the various phenomenon useful for the electromechanical energy conversion in rotating machines. Also derive an expression for reluctance torque in a rotating electrical machine.
SECTION B

Monday, 6 August 2012

UNIX & SHELL PROGRAMMING B.Tech previous year qus paper 2nd year (IV sem)


UTTARAKHAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
B.TECH (SEM. IV) 
2012
SUB: UNIX & SHELL PROGRAMMING


time : 3hr] 
Total marks :100
Note: Attempt all questions. Be precise in your answer.


SECTION A
Q1:- Attempt any four of the following :
4x5=20

  1. Describe how UNIX is more secured than other operating systems.
  2. How many types of editors we can use in UNIX operating system. What are the main functions of vi editors.
  3. Explain the purpose of include files in UNIX.
  4. Explain the role of file descriptors, file table and Incode table in Unix File System.
  5. Draw the block diagram of Unix system kernel. Explain various components.
SECTION B
Q2:- Attempt any four of the following :

Sunday, 5 August 2012

DIGITAL ELECTRONICS & DESIGN

DIGITAL ELECTRONICS & DESIGN ASPECTS
SEM-III, 2011-12
B.TECH EXAMINATION
UTTARAKHAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY

time : 3hr]
Total marks :100
Note: Attempt all questions. Be precise in your answer.

SECTION A
Q1:- Attempt any four of the following :
ͯ 5=20
  1. Convert the following numbers with the indicated bases to decimal :
    (a) 
    (198)12
    (b) (735)8    
    (c) 
    (16.5)16
  2. Convert decimal +46 and +29 to binary, using the signed 2's complement representation and enough digits to accommodate the numbers. Then (+29) + (-42).
  3. Represent the decimal number 5137 in
    (a) BCD
    (b) Excess -3 code
    (c) 8421 code.
  4. Express the following function as a sum of minterms and as a product of maxterms :
    F(A, B, C, D) = B'D = A'D = BD.
  5. Minimize the following expression using K-map :
    F(A, B, C) = (1, 2, 6, 7) + d (0, 5).
  6. Discuss the Hamming code? How does it detect and correct single error?

Saturday, 4 August 2012

DATA BASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

DATA BASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
SEM-IV, 2012
B.TECH EXAMINATION
UTTARAKHAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
(UTU)

time : 3hr]
Total marks :100
Note: Attempt all questions. Be precise in your answer.

SECTION A
Q1:- Attempt any four of the following :
4x5=20
  1. Define the following terms:
    (a) Data redundancy and consistency
    (b) Referential Integrity
    (c) Data atomicity
    (d) Domain Constraint
    (e) Data Models
  2. Explain the concept of keys in DBMS. Also describe the different types of keys in details.
  3. Draw an E-R diagram for a hospital with a set of patients and a set of medical doctors, with each patient a of the various conducted tests is also associated.
  4. Explain two-tier and three-tier architecture of DBMS in details.
  5. What do you mean database language and interfaces? What is the difference between DDL and DML? Explain.
  6. Discuss the candidate key, primary key, super key, composite key and alternate key.

Friday, 3 August 2012

Maths 2nd utu previous year question papers

Uttarakhand Tech. University

B.tech (first year)

2012

sub :- Mathematics-II

time:- 3 hr
Total Marks:100
Section A

Note:- Attempt all questions. All question carry equal marks.

Q1 Attempt any four parts of the following:-
5x4=20
  1. Solve:
    [y²exy² + 4x3]dx +[2xyexy²- 3y2]dy =0
  2. Solve:(1+y²)dx =(tan_1y –x)dy
  3. Solve:
    (D2-2D+1)y = xsinx
  4. Solve:
    dx/dt + 2x -3y = t, dy/dt -3x + 2y =e2t
  5. Solve:
    d²y/dx² + cotx dy/dx + 4y cosec²x =0
    by changing the independent variable.
  6. Apply the method of variation of parameter to solve:
    d²y/dx² +n²= secnx
    Section B

Data structure (utu) b tech que paper 2nd year

UTTARAKHAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
B.TECH (SEM. 3RD) 
2011-2012
Sub: Data structure


time : 3hr]
Total marks :100
Note: Attempt all questions. Be precise in your answer.

SECTION A
Q1:- Attempt any four of the following :
4x5=20
  1. Describe time and space complexity. Discuss best, average and worst case for finding a given number from an array of integers.
  2. Explain the difference types of data structure. What data structure will you use to store the information of students of your class? Why?
  3. Make a function in C which takes an array of names as input and return the number of palindromes in it.
  4. Write a complete program in C to implement stack using liked list.
  5. Write an algorithm to evaluate postfix expression. Convert the following infix expression into equivalent postfix expression.
    (a+b)  ͯ  c-d + e / (f-g) 
  6. What is recurssion? What is the significance of using recursive function to print Fibonacci number up to the given number.
Q2:- Attempt any four of the following :
4x5=20

SECTION B
  1. Write a function in C to reverse a given queue.
  2. What is priority queue? How it is implemented? Take an example to show your implementation.
  3. Devise function in C which check for Full and Empty for a circular queue. Also find out the number of elements in circular queue.
  4. Write a program in C to find the given item in a single linked list. Also analyze the running time of your program.
  5. Devise insertion and deletion function for doubly linked list.
  6. Explain Garbage Collection and Compaction.
 Q3:- Attempt any two of the following :
10X2=20 

SECTION C
  1. (a) Define a tree. Explain the difference type of binary tree. What is predecessor and successor         of node in a binary search tree?
    (b) Prove that the number of nodes n in a perfect binary tree can be found using this formula : 
    n=2h+1 - 1 where h is the height of the tree.
  2. (a) Discuss the usage of threaded binary tree.
    (b) Show the working of Huffman algorithm.
  3. Write a pseudo code for insertion and deletion in Binary Search Tree. Find out the running time of insertion and deletion in binary search Tree.
Q4:- Attempt any two of the following :
10X2=20 

SECTION D
  1. Can we use Binary search technique everywhere? Justify your answer. Analyze best, average and worst case behavior of binary search. Shoe the steps of binary search for finding 28 in the given list of numbers.
    2, 7, 12, 15, 18, 20, 22, 26, 28, 30, 33, 36, 39, 40, 45, 50
  2. What is Hash table? What is the purpose of using hash table is more beneficial as compared to its contemporary techniques.
  3. Write pseudo code for heap sort. Analyze its running time. Perform heap sort on following list of integers.
    21, 1, 34, 28, 6, 85, 23, 17, 22, 80, 11, 2, 7, 25
Q5:- Attempt any two of the following :
10x2=20 
 SECTION E
  1. How the files are organized on physical storage media? Explain in detail.
  2. (a) Explain the organization of sequential file.
    (b) What is B+ tree? Explain its usage.
  3. Write short notes on any two:
    (a) Indexing
    (b) Hashing
    (c) Indices.
--------------------utu previous year question papers of B.tech, Bba, B.com, B.sc and Mba old year question papers Uttarakhand technical University (UTU)-----------------------
Good luck !!!