# CSVTU, B.E. III Semester, CIVIL Engineering Syllabus

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University, Bhilai
B.E. III SEMESTER CIVIL ENGINEERING

Subject : MATHEMATICS-III Code : 300311(14)

UNIT – 1 FOURIER SERIES (No. of periods 8+2)
Euler’s Formula, Functions having points of discontinuity, Change of interval, Even & Odd
functions, Half range series, Harmonic analysis.
UNIT – 2 LAPLACE TRANSFORM (No. of periods 8+2)
Definition, Transform of elementary functions, Properties of Laplace transform, Transform of
derivatives & integrals, Multiplication by tn, Division by t, Evaluation of integrals, Inverse
Laplace Transform, Convolution theorem, Unit step function, Unit impulse function, Periodic
function, Application to solution of ordinary differential equations.
UNIT – 3 PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION (No. of periods 8+2)
Formation, Solution by direct integration method, Linear equation of first order, Homogeneous
linear equation with constant coefficients, Non-homogeneous linear equations, Method of
separation of variables.
UNIT – 4 COMPLEX VARIABLES (No. of periods 8+2)
Derivative, Cauchy-Riemann equations, Analytic functions, Harmonic functions, Flow
problems, Complex integration, Cauchy theorem, Cauchy integral formula, Taylor &
Laurent series, Singularity, Residue, Evaluation of real definite integrals.
UNIT – 5 STATISTICS (No. of periods 8+2)
Random variables, Discrete & continuous probability distributions, Expectation, Mean & Standard
Deviation, Moments & moment generating function, Distributions- Binomial, Poisson and Normal
distributions.
TEXT BOOKS: –
1. Higher Engg. Mathematics by Dr. B.S. Grewal– Khanna Publishers.
2. Advanced Engg. Mathematics by Erwin Kreyszig – John Wiley & Sons.
REFERENCE BOOKS: –
1. Advanced Engg.Mathematics by R.K. Jain and S.R.K. Iyengar – Narosa Publishing House.
2. Applied Mathematics by P.N.Wartikar & J.N. Wartikar. Vol- II– Pune Vidyarthi Griha Prakashan,
Pune.
3. Applied Mathematics for Engineers & Physicists by Louis A. Pipes- TMH.

CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, BHILAI (C.G.)
Semester: B.E. III Sem. Branch: Civil Engineering
Subject: Fluid Mechanics – I Code: 320312 (20)
Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Tutorial Periods: 10
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80
Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2

Unit 1
Introduction
Fluid and continuum, physical properties of fluids ideal and real fluid, Newtonian and Non-
Newtonian Fluid
Fluid Statics
Pressure density height relationship, pressure measurement by Manometers, Pressure on plane and
curved surfaces, centre of pressure, buoyancy, stability of immersed and floating bodies,
metacentric height, fluid mass subjected to uniform accelerations.
Unit 2
Kinematics of fluid flow
Steady and unsteady flow, uniform and non uniform flow, laminar and turbulent flow, one, two
and three dimensional flow, streamlines, streak lines and path lines, circulation and vorticity,
rotational and irrotational flow, velocity potential and stream function, graphical and experimental
methods of drawing flow nets, continuity equation.
Unit 3
Dynamics of fluid flow
Euler’s equation of motion along a streamline and its integration, Bernoulli’s equation and its
applications – Pitot tube, Venturimeter, orificemeter, nozzles, momentum equation and its
application to stationary and moving plates/vanes, pipe bends, problems related to combined
application of energy and momentum equations.
Unit 4
Flow in Pipes
Reynold’s experiment, experimental determination of critical velocity, transition from laminar to
turbulent flow, Laminar flow through circular tubes, flow between parallel plates, minor losses in
pipe lines, loss due to sudden contraction, expansion, etc; Hot wire anemometer and LDA.
Flow in open Channel
Comparison between open channel and pipe flow, definition of uniform and non-uniform flow,
uniform flow formulae, Chezy’s and Manning’s Formula, Hydraulically efficient channel section
of rectangular, trapezoidal and circular type.
Unit 5
Flow through mouthpieces and orifices
Hydraulic coefficients of orifice, bell method orifice, mouthpieces, Borda’s mouthpieces, running
free and submerged.
Notches and Weirs
Rectangular, triangular and trapezoidal notches and weir, cippoletti and broad crested weir,
aeration of nappe, cavitations submerged weir.
Name of Text Books:
Fluid Mechanics and Machines – Dr. A.K. Jain (Khanna Publications)
Fluid Mechanics and Machines – Dr. R.K. Bansal (Laxmi Publications)
Name of Reference Books:
Fluid Mechanics – Dr. P.N. Modi (Standard Book House)
Mechanics of Fluid – Irving H. Shames (McGraw Hill)
Introduction to Fluid Mechanics – James A. Fay (Prentice Hall India)
Fluid Mechanics – R.J. Garde (New Age International Publication)
Fluid Mechanics – Streeter V.L. & Wylie E.B. (Tata McGraw Hills)
Fluid Mechanics – John F Dougles (Pearson Publication)

CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, BHILAI (C.G.)
Semester: B.E. III Sem. Branch: Civil Engineering
Subject: Surveying-I Code: 320313 (20)
Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Tutorial Periods: 10
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80
Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2

Unit 1 Leveling
Different methods of determining elevations: Spirit, Trigometric, Barometric and
Photogrammetric methods, Spirit leveling-Definitions of terms, Principle, Construction,
Temporary and permanent adjustment of levels. Sensitivity of bubble tube, Automatic levels,
Levelling staves, Methods of spirit leveling Booking and reduction of field notes, Curvature and
refraction, Reciprocal leveling Plotting of profiles, Barometric leveling, Construction and field use
of altimeter, Trigonometric leveling-simple and reciprocal observations, Source of errors and
precision of leveling procedures.
Unit 2 Contouring
Direct and Indirect methods of contouring. Interpolation of contours, Drawing section from
contour map, Application and Modern methods of depicting relief on a Map.
Unit 3 Thedolite and Traversing
parts, Measure of horizontal and vertical angles by different methods Principle of
traversing by theodolite, Field work and checks, Computation of coordinates, Source of errors,
Precision of traversing, Checking and adjusting of traverses, Omitted measurements
Unit 4 Plane Table Surveys
Indian Pattern tangent Clinometer, Different methods of Plane Table Surveying, Resection-Two
and Three point problems. Fields work in Plane Table Surveying and contouring.
Minor Instruments
Hand level, Abney Level, clinometers, ceylon ghat tracer, Box Sexant, Pentagraph, planimeter,
ediograph.
Unit 5 Curves
Classification of curves; Elements of Circular, Transition and Vertical curves, Theory and method
of setting out Simple, Transition and Vertical curves. Special field problems.
Name of Text Books:
Surveying (Vol. I & II) – Punmia, B.C. (Laxmi Publications, New Delhi, 1996)
Surveying (Vol. I & II) – Kanetkar (Pune Vidyarthi Griha Prakashan, Pune)
Name of Reference Books:
Surveying (Vol. II & III) – Agor, R (Khanna publications, Delhi, 1995)
Surveying (Vol. II & III) – Arora, K.R. (Standard Book House, Delhi, 1993)
Fundamentals of Surveying – S.K. Roy (Prentice Hall of India)
Surveying (Vol. I & II) – S.K. Duggal (Tata McGraw Hill)

CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, BHILAI (C.G.)
Semester: B.E. III Sem. Branch: Civil Engineering
Subject: Mechanics of Solids Code: 320314 (20)
Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Tutorial Periods: 10
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80
Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2

Unit 1
Stress Strain Relations
Types of stresses and strains, Mechanicals properties and testing of steel, Hooke’s law, Uniaxial
tensile test, stress – strain curve, hardness, impact, Poisson’s ratio, Modulus of rigidity, Bulk
modulus, Relation between the elastic constants, Thermal effects, Elongation of bars of constant
and varying sections. Statically indeterminate problems in tension and compression. Thin
cylindrical and spherical vessels.
Unit 2
Analysis of Stresses and Strains
Body forces, Surface forces, Internal Force, Stress at a point. Components of stress in rectangular
coordinates, Principal stresses, Transformation equations, Stress invariants. Plane stresses. Mohr’s
circle for plane stress, Differential equations of equilibrium.
Deformable bodies, Concepts of normal strain and shear strain, Strain components at a point.
Transformation equations. Principal strains. Mohr’s circle for strains. Compatibility conditions.
Displacement equation of equilibrium, Plane strain.
Unit 3
Bending of Beams
Theory of simple bending – limitations – bending stresses in beams of different cross sections,
beams of uniform strength, beams of two materials, shear stresses in symmetrical elastic beams
transmitting both shear and bending moment.
Shear force and bending moment diagrams for simply supported overhanging and cantilever
beams and statically determinate plane frames
Unit 4
Columns and Combined stresses
Stable and unstable equilibrium, Short columns, Euler’s formula for long columns, Rankin’s
formula.
Beams subjected to bending and shear, Eccentrically loaded short column, Kern of rectangular
sections, Middle third rule, stability of gravity dams & retaining walls.
Unit 5
Unsymmetrical Bending and Torsion
Unsymmetrical bending – Location of neutral axis, Shear flow – shear centre – determination of
shear centre for simple sections.
Torsion of circular solid and hollow circular shafts – power transmission. Closed coiled and open
coiled helical springs.
Name of Text Books:
Strength of Materials – R.K. Rajput (S. Chand & Co.)
Mechanics of Materials – B.C. Punmia (Laxmi Publication)
Name of Reference Books:
Mechanics of Structures (Vol. – I) – Junarkar (Charotar Publications)
Strength of Materials – Timoshenko, S. & Gere (CBS Publishers)
Introductions to Solid Mechanics –Shames & Pitarresi (Prentice Hall of India)
Engineering Mechanics of Solid – Popov (Pearson Publication)
Strength of Materials – S. Ramamurtham (Dhanpat Rai Publications)
Strength of Materials (Part-I) – Timoshenko (CBS Pubishers)]

CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, BHILAI (C.G.)
Semester: B.E. III Sem. Branch: Civil Engineering
Subject: Building Materials Code: 320315 (20)
Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Tutorial Periods: 10
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80
Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2

Unit 1 Cement
Types of Cement, Hydration of cement, tests on properties of cement, ferro cement.
Classification of Aggregates (Coarse and Fine) and their properties, tests on aggregates.
Classification of Pozzolanas and applications.
Unit 2 Concrete
Properties of concrete in fresh and hardened state, water cement ratio, Modulus of elasticity,
factors affecting strength of concrete and durability, mixing, transporting, placing, compacting and
curing concrete, variables in proportioning concrete mixes, admixtures in concrete, tests on
concrete.
Unit 3 Special Concrete
Special concrete – Polymer concrete, fibre reinforced concrete, light weight concrete, high
strength concrete, heavy weight concrete, green concrete, ready mixed concrete, shotcrete, smart
concrete.
Fly ash bricks, hollow cement concrete blocks.
Unit 4 Timber and Plywood
Characteristics of good timber, seasoning and preservation, names of timber producing trees and
their relative market value.
Types and uses of plywood, veneers and hardboards.
Low cost materials for construction – System concepts, cost effective materials, industrial wastes,
agricultural wastes, methods needed for propagation of new technologies from laboratory to field.
Unit 5 Paints, Glass etc.
Commercially available varieties of ceramics, glass and their uses, types of tiles, method of
manufacturing and tests for suitability.
Uses of Plastics and PVC.
Composition and use of paints, varnishes and distempers.
Composite materials, types and uses.
Name of Text Books:
Building Materials – S.K. Duggal (New Age Publication)
Building Materials – S. C. Rangwala (Charotar Publication)
Name of Reference Books:
Concrete Technology – A.M. Neville & J.J. Brooks (Pearson Education)
Concrete Technology – M.S. Shetty (S. Chand & Co.)
Engineering Materials – Surendra Singh (Laxmi Publication)
Construction Engineering and Management – S. Seetharaman (UmeshPublication)
Building Materials – Gurucharan Singh (Standard Publishers, Delhi)

CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VEVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, BHILAI (C.G.)
Semester : B.E. III Sem. Brach : Civil , Mech.& Chemical Engg.
Sub : Electronics & Instrumentation Code : 320316 (28)
Total Theory Periods : 40 Total Tutorial Periods : 10
Total Marks in End Semester Exam : 80
Minimum number of class test to be conducted : 02

Unit – I : Semiconductor Diodes
Construction & Characteristics of PN Junction dioes, Rectifier : Half wave, Full Wave & Bridge (Circuit
and operation), Zener diode: construction, characteristics, specifications, Voltage regulator circuit using
Zener diode.
Unit – II : Transistors (8L + 2T)
Junction Transistor : Construction, Various current components inside a transistor, circuit symbol of PNP
and NPN transistors, transistor amplifier, input and output characteristics, relation between  and  of a
transistor, CB, CE & CC configuration. Field Effect Transistor: construction, principal of operation and
characteristics of JFET. Construction, principle of operation and characteristics of MOSFET 0
enhancement and depletion type MOSRET.
Unit – III : Basics of Transducers (8L + 2T)
Active & Passive Transducers, Analog & Digital Transducers, Classification of transducers according to
Applications. Selection of a transducer. Construction, Principles of operation and applications of : Wire
wound Potentiometer, Strain gauge, LVDT, Thermistor, Solar cell Transducer, Piezo-electric crystals.
Unit – IV : Signal Conditioning Circuits (8L + 2T)
Operational Amplifiers: Terminal characteristics, Ideal characteristics, OPAMP as Inverting amplifier,
Non-inverting amplifier, Adder, Difference amplifier, differentiator, Integrator, Comparator,
Instrumentation amplifier. Passive Filters: High Pass, Low Pass and Band Pass filter using RC- expression
for their Gain – BW Product. Wheatstone bridge. Diode Clipper and clamper (only qualitative analysis, no
mathematical derivation is required).
Unit – V : Basic Instrumentation System & Components (8L + 2T)
Block diagram of basic measurement systems: Distortion due to Mechanical loading, Distortion due to
Impedance loading, Distortion due to change in signal frequency, Distortion due to electrical noise. Data
Acquisition System: Objective of DAS, Single & Multi channel DAS, Computer based DAS. Data Loggers,
(Only introductory idea is expected no detail analysis is required).
Text Books :
1. Electronic Instrumentation (2nd Ed.) by H S Kalsi, TMH
2. Elements of Electronic Instrumentation by J. Jha, M.Puri, R. Sukesh Kumar & M.
Kowar, Narosa Publishing House.
3. Electronics & Instrumentation by B.R. Gupta, S. Chand & Co.
Reference Books :
1. Electrical & Electronics Measurement & Instrumentation by A.K. Sawheny, Dhanpat Rai
Publishing Company.
2. Electronic Instrumentation & Measurement Techniques by Copper & Helfrick, PHI.

CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, BHILAI (C.G.)
Semester: B.E. III Sem. 3rd Branch: Civil Engineering
Subject: Fluid Mechanics – I Lab Practical Code: 320321 (20)
Total Practical Periods: 36
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 40

Experiments to be performed (minimum 10 experiments)
To determine the metacentric height of a ship model.
To Plot the flow net for a given model using the concept of electrical analogy.
Verification of Bernoulli’s equation.
Verification of momentum equation.
To calibrate a venturimeter and study the variation of the coefficient of discharge with the
Reynolds number.
To calibrate a orificemeter and study the variation of the coefficient of discharge with the
Reynolds number.
Experimental determination of critical velocity in pipe.
Determination of head loss coefficient due to sudden expansion in pipe.
Determination of head loss coefficient due to sudden contraction in pipe.
Determination of head loss coefficient in pipe bends.
To determine the hydraulic coefficients (Cc, Cd and Cv) of an orifice.
To determine the coefficient of discharge of a mouth piece.
To calibrate a triangular notch.
To calibrate a rectangular notch.
To obtain the surface profile and the total distribution of a forced vortex.
List of Equipments / Machine Required:
Ship Model
Electrical Analogy Apparatus
Bernoulli’s Apparatus
Apparatus for momentum theorem
Venturimeter
Orificemeter
Pipe Flow Apparatus
Orifice Apparatus
Mouth Piece Apparatus
Notch Apparatus
Vortex Flow Apparatus
Recommended Books:
Hydraulics Laboratory Manual – S.K. Likhi (New Age International Ltd.)
Fluid Mechanics – Jagdish Lal (Metropolitan Educational, New Delh-2)

CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, BHILAI (C.G.)
Semester: B.E. III Sem. Branch: Civil Engineering
Subject: Surveying Field Work – I Practical Code: 320322 (20)
Total Practical Periods: 36
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 40

Experiments to be performed (minimum 10 experiments)
1. Determination of location of a point with the help of Two point problem.
2. Determination of location of a point with the help of Three point problem.
3. Setting out of curve by ordinates or offsets from long chord.
4. Setting out of curve by successive bisection of arcs.
5. Setting out of curve by offsets from chords produced (Or by deflection distances).
6. Setting out of curve by two theodolite method.
7. To find out the position of points by the Intersection method.
8. To determine the height of object when base is accessible.
9. To determine the height of tower when base is inaccessible and instrument stations are in
same vertical plane.
10. To determine height of tower when base is inaccessible and instrument stations are in
different plane.
11. To determine sensitivity of bubble tube.
12. Measurement of horizontal angle by repetition method.
13. Measurement of horizontal angle by reiteration method.
14. Contouring and its plotting.
15. To determine the elevation of a point with respect to reference elevation by Fly Leveling.
16. Study of miner instruments.
List of Equipments / Machine Required:
Metric Chain (30 m)
Tape (15m, 30 m)
Ranging Rod (2 m, 3m)
Plumb bob
Arrows
Dumpy Level
Theodolite
Leveling Staff (Folding and Non-folding)
Wooden Pegs
Plain Table Accessories (Drawing Board – 70 x 60 x 1.5 cm, Spirit Level, Trough Compass,
Tripod Stand, Alidade, Plumb bob for centering)
Offset Rod
Optical Square
Cross Staff
Recommended Books:
Surveying (Vol. I & II) – Punmia, B.C. (Laxmi Publications, New Delhi, 1996)
Surveying (Vol. I & II) – Kanetkar T.P. (Pune Vidyarthi Griha Prakashan, Pune)

CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, BHILAI (C.G.)
Semester: B.E. III Sem. Branch: Civil Engineering
Subject: Material Testing Lab Practical Code: 320323 (20)
Total Practical Periods: 36
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 40

Experiments to be performed(minimum 10 experiments)
1. Determination of Compressive strength of cement.
2. Determination of Tensile strength of cement.
3. Determination of Fineness of cement by sieving method.
4. Determination of Fineness of cement by Blain Apparatus.
5. Determination of Soundness of cement.
6. Determination of Specific gravity of cement.
7. To determine Uniaxial Tensile Test of mild steel.
8. To determine Izod Charpy Value of given mild steel.
9. To determine the Rockwell Hardness of given Material.
10. To determine Compressive Strength of Wood: (a) Along the fibre and (b) Across the
fibre.
11. Determination of Specific gravity and water absorption of aggregate.
12. Abrasion Test on tiles.
13. Impact test on tiles.
14. Flexural Strength of Tiles.
15. To study the Cupping Test Machine and determine Ericheser value of mild steel sheet.
List of Equipments / Machine Required:
1. Cube mould 7.06 cm size
2. IS Sieve 80, 40, 20, 10, 4.75, 2.36, 1.18 mm and 600, 300, 150, 90 Micron
3. Sieve Shakers
4. Tensile Strength Testing Machine
6. Spring Balance and Weighing Balance
7. Air permeability blain apparatus
8. Abrasion Testing Machine
9. Flexural Strength Testing Machine for tiles
10. Universal Testing Machine
11. Hardness Testing Machine
12. Impact Testing Machine
Recommended Books:
Lab Manual Concrete Lab – M.L. Gambhir (Tata McGraw Hill)
Concrete Technology – M.S. Shetty (S. Chand & Co.)

CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, BHILAI (C.G.)
Semester: B.E. III Sem. Branch: Civil Engineering
Subject: Computer Lab Practical Code: 320324 (20)
Total Practical Periods: 36
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 40

Experiments to be performed(Minimum 10 experiments)
1. A C++ program to locate the CG of a given section.
2. A C++ program to determine the moment of inertia of a given section.
3. A C++ program to determine of radius of gyration of a given section.
4. A C++ program to determine the effective length of a column.
5. A C++ program to determine of the slenderness ratio of a column.
6. A C++ program to determine of crippling load for a column.
7. A C++ program to determine the support reactions for a simply supported beam subjected to
UDL.
8. A C++ program to determine of the maximum BM for a simply supported beam subjected to
UDL.
9. A C++ program to determine of the SF at a section for a simply supported beam subjected to
UDL.
10. A C++ program to determine of the BM at a section for a simply supported beam subjected to
UDL.
11. Drawing application of MS Word.
12. Typing of mathematical statements in MS Word.
13. Graphical representation of data in MS Word and MS Excel.
14. Spread sheet application of MS Excel.
15. Application of MS Powerpoint.
List of Equipments / Machine Required:
(i) PC system.
(ii) Turbo C++ compiler.
Recommended Books:
(1) Let us C++ – Yeshwant Kanitkar (BPB Publications)
(2) Problem Solving with C++ – Savitch (Addison Wesley Publication)

CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, BHILAI
Semester : B.E. III Sem. Branch : Common to all Branches
Subject : Value Education Code : 300325(46)
No. of Periods : 2 pds/week Tutorial Periods : NIL
Total Marks in End Semester Exam. : NIL Teacher’s Assessment : 40 Mks
Minimum number of class test to be conducted : Two

UNIT – I
• STUDY OF BASIC HUMAN OBJECTIVES : Everlasting solution ¼lek/kku½] prosperity
¼le`f)½] trust in self and others ¼vHk;½] and coexistence ¼lgvfLrRo½ for balance in nature.
Need and importance of aforesaid basic human objectives and how to achieve these.
UNIT – II
• CONCEPT AND UNDERSTANDING OF HUMAN HAPPINESS
Meaning and concept of “happiness”, incessant happiness, its relationship with gaurantee of
physical needs, comforts, physical and sensory pleasures with its transient nature, misery; The
only method to minimize incessant happiness : gaining right understanding about oneself, one’s
body, one’s relationship with other human beings, Nature and total existence.
UNIT – II
• PROPER UNDERSTANDING about the order in Nature ¼O;oLFkk½ and co-existence
¼lgvfLrRo½ at various levels, such as, I and my body, family, society, Nature and existence.
• UNDERSTANDING THE SELF : Understanding human reality – I and my body, present
understanding of the self, physical needs, relation with others and with Nature, gaining proper
understanding of the self, discrimination between ‘I’ and my ‘body’, characteristics and the needs of
‘I’, of my ‘body’ and ‘body’ & ‘I’.
UNIT – IV
• SYNERGATIC ORDER ¼O;oLFkk½ and COEXISTENCE ¼lgvfLrRo½ among
HUMANS, IN NATURE & IN EXISTENCE :
– Conceptual understanding of natural relations and consequent values, of family and relation
therein, of society and role of engineers therein, overall excellence’ : concept, its universal
parameters and total human behaviour
– Inanimate ¼tM+½ and consciousness ¼pSrU;½ aspects of Nature, Four distinct synergetic orders
in Nature – Padaarth Awastha ¼inkFkZ voLFkk½] Pran Awastha ¼izk.k voLFkk½] Jiv Awastha
¼tho voLFkk½] and Gyan Awastha ¼Kku voLFkk½] complementary supplementary
evolutionary connection amongst above orders, identifying and implementing “Appropriate
Technology”.
– Synergetic order among interacting entities of Nature operating in all pervading changeless
Shunya or Satta, Indivisible interconnectedness of Satta and Prakriti and its implications.
UNIT – V
• IMPLICATIONS OF PROPER UNDERSTANDING
– Awakening ¼tkx`fr½] the common goal of all human beings,
– promotion and perseverance of synergetic order and co-existence at all levels leading to incessant
happiness.
– Natural manifestation of universal human values and thereby incessant happiness
– Undivided Society ¼vfoHkkT; lekt½ and Universal Organised System ¼lkoZHkkSe O;oLFkk½
– Transition from synergetic disorder ¼vO;oLFkk½ to synergetic order ¼O;oLFkk½
– Evaluation of Understanding, work and behaviour.
REFERENCES
1. Jeevan Vidya Camp ¼f’kfoj½ notes
2. An Introduction to Jeevan Vidya by Shri A. Nagaraj
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