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AICTE Leadership in
Teaching Excellence - Dynamic Curriculum

LITE curricula are dynamic and maintained by teaching fellows who are industry practitioners.

This page contains the most recent versions of all curricula, access to previous versions, and details of significant changes between versions.

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Minor Degree in Advanced Web Development

JANUARY 2023

Version 3 Released

Major changes in the revised version include:

  • Content related to introduction to web development in Module 1 of WD101 was moved to Module 2 for a better fit.
  • A video demonstrating WD101 capstone project requirement was added to help students understand what's required.
  • Module 7 Add User Interface for To-do Applicationand module 8 EJS Templating in WD201 have been swapped for a better continuity.
  • Heroku was replaced with Render as a suggested cloud deployment platform in the WD201 course.

This is the updated curriculum, and it is in the process of being sent to AICTE for getting published. Since that will take some time, you can access the updated curriculum structure for your reference meanwhile

Link to Version 3

JULY 2022

Version 2 Released

Version 2 of the Model Curriculum for Minor Degree in Advanced Web Development is now released.

Significant changes in the revised version include:

  • 3 Industry experts have been onboarded and involved in course creation and updates.
  • The content of the Web Development 101 course has been updated.
  • A Node.js course has replaced the earlier Web Development 201 course based on Ruby on Rails.

Link to Version 2

MARCH 2022

Version 1 Released

Version 1 of the Model Curriculum for Minor Degree in Advanced Web Development has been approved and published by AICTE.

Version 1 can be downloaded from AICTE Website here.

Download Version 1

Questions?

If you have any questions, please write to us at [email protected]

Credit Course in
Electric Vehicles

JANUARY 2024

Version 4 Released

Version 4 of the Model Curriculum for Open Electives in Electric Vehicles is now released.

The major changes include:

  • Course has been restructured to align more effectively to the academic semester window, introducing optional modules to accomodate varying student preferences. curriculum where the modules have been restructured to fit an academic semester window.
  • Design of the custom PCB board have been revised for ease of manufacturing along with addition of capabilities for charging and discharging.
  • The thermal management module has been enhanced, incorporating additional concepts and activities relevant to the industry. updated with more concepts and activities for students to gain experience in industry relevant thermal simulations.
  • The capstone of the course have been revised for students to learn and experiment on 6 - MOSFET motor controller circuit which mimics the motors currently used in modern day Vehicles.
Link to Version 4

MAY 2023

Version 3 Released

Version 3 of the Model Curriculum for Open Electives in Electric Vehicles is now released.

The changes include:

  • EV 201 course has been updated with a revised curriculum.
  • A custom-designed printed circuit board has been developed and included in the KIT.
  • Exercises with custom-designed boards for students to work with BMS systems and algorithms have been included.
  • Topics on carbon credits have been included in the EV 201 course.
Link to Version 3

NOVEMBER 2022

Version 2 Released

Version 2 of the Model Curriculum for Open Electives in Electric Vehicles is now released.

The changes include:

  • The course structure has been updated for the Electric Vehicles 101 course.
  • Addition of new topics on importance of battery thermal design to Electric Vehicles 101 course.
Link to Version 2

JULY 2022

Version 1 Released

Version 1 of the Model Curriculum for Electric Vehicles has been approved and published by AICTE.

Version 1 can be downloaded from AICTE Website here.

Download Version 1

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Questions?

If you have any questions, please write to us at [email protected]

Questions?

If you have any questions, please write to the course-specific email addresses below.

Web development -[email protected]

Electric Vehicles - [email protected]