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S.No Subject Name Download Link
1 Data Warehousing & Data Mining Download
2 Cryptography & Network Security Download
3 Cloud Computing Download
4 Machine Learning Download
5 Ad Hoc & Sensor Networks Download
6 Mobile Computing Download
7 Data Communication And Computer Networks Download
8 Object-Oriented Programming through JAVA Download
9 Amplitude Modulation Download
10 Analog Communication Download
11 Digital Modulation Techniques Download
12 External Bus Interfacing Signals Download
13 Phase Modulation Download
14 Satellite Communication Download
15 Antenna and Wave Propagation Download
16 Combinational Circuits Download
17 Design Of Machine Members-II Download
18 Flow Through Pipes Download
19 Inventory Control Models Download
20 Production Planning & Control Download
21 Radiation Heat Transfer Download
22 Stress and Strain in Beams Download
23 Theory of Metal Cutting Download
24 Casting Types Download

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