source:- Department of Agricultural Engineering Tribhuvan University
scanned at CIT/ICT center of Purwanchal Campus Dharan
And Technical support by ioeagrineer
 Learning C by ExamplesThe Learning C by example is a very useful Nepalese text book for C Programming subject in many universities like Tribhuvan University, Pokhara University , Purwanchal university for Diploma of Engineering, Bachelor of Engineering, CSIT, IT and other student also.

Book:- Learning C by Example
Auther:- Krishna Kandel 
Source:- Manoj Gyawali (071 batch Student of B. Agri)
This file is uploaded with the permission of Department of Agricultural Engineering

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 Learning C by examples

K.N Dulal's lecture note is very famous for Hydraulics subject, Here we have provided you a soft copy of some numerical problem solved by Dulal on Hydraulics. He has solved some important numerical of different types but having a special probability to be asked in the exam in a simpler way providing important trick and techniques to solve the problem. So please click the link provided below and study these solutions then clear your darkness on Hydraulics.
Hydraulics is one of the tough subjects in Engineering (Agricultural Engineering), It is totally about the water in the state of liquid on the condition of motion.  It deals with the Engineering Application of hydraulic principles and theories in Engineering. This mainly deals with the hydraulic structure's development and its proper management with a broad study of water's characteristics. This will be helpful in hydropower construction,  Drinking water supply project, Irrigation water supply, water-related disaster's management, wastewater management etc. Because of its great application and theoretical vast consideration;  it seems to be a tough subject for students. In another way, due to facing the first time to the water-related subject; it becomes tough.

Associate Professor and Principal at Hillside college of engineering Balkumari, Kathmandu.
Past: Kantipur Engineering College, Nepal

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Lecture Notes

1. A complete lecture note on Hydraulics (Pipe flow and Open channel flow by Dr KN Dulal [pdf] To read/download send request click here

Tutorial solution 

1. Part I Tutorial solutions: Pipe flow Tutorial1 -by Dr.K.N. Dulal [pdf] To read/download send request click here

2. Part II: Open Channel Flow Tutorial solutions -by Dr.K.N. Dulal [pdf] To read/download send request click here

Exam Question Solutions

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This contains Regular exam (Bhadra, 2068), Back exam ( Magh, 2068), Regular exam (Bhadra, 2069) and Back exam (Poush, 2069)

Computer programming solutions

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 Let Us c

Let US C

Is a C Programming book that can be used for taking reference for C Programming CT 401 of first year first part (First Semester).
Among the many book found in the market, Let Us C is  also one of the better book to easy understanding and convenient practice also. 

Even C programming is the High level and one of the vast language in computer, after the better study C programming becomes very simple and easy language.

First study and practice C programming language bu taking the reference of this book, it gives a good result on your programming. 

BOOK:- Let Us C
Writer:- Yashavant Kanetkhar
Edition:- Fifth Edition
Source:- Free internet resources
Uploaded by ioeagrineer
Can be used:- as a reference book for Computer Programming (C Programming) 
For Bachelor of Engineering first year first part in Tribhuvan University's Acedemic syllabus.

To download/read this book click here     

About the Author

Destiny drew Yashavant Kanetkar towards computers when the IT industry was just making a beginning in India. Having completed his education from VJTI Mumbai and IIT Kanpur in Mechanical Engineering he started his training company in Nagpur.
Yashavant has a passion for writing and is an author of several books in C, C++, VC++, C#, .NET, DirectX and COM programming. He is a much sought after speaker on various technology subjects and is a regular columnist for Express Computers and Developer 2.0. His current affiliations include being a Director of KICIT, a training company and DCube Software Technologies, a software development company. In recognition to his contribution Microsoft awarded him the prestigious “Best .NET Technical Contributor” award recently. He can be reached at kanetkar@kicit.com


It has been a journey of almost a decade from the stage the book idea of “Let Us C” was conceived up to the release of this Fifth Edition. During this journey I have met so many students, developers, professors, publishers and authors who expressed their opinions about Let Us C. They have been the main motivators in my effort to continuously improve this book.
In particular I am indebted to Manish Jain who had a faith in this book idea, believed in my writing ability, whispered the words of encouragement and made helpful suggestions from time to time.
The five editions of this book saw several changes and facelifts. During this course people like Ajay Joshi, Amol Tambat, Ajay Daga, Nandita Shastri, Mrunal Khandekar and Rahul Bedge helped in writing programs, spotting bugs, drawing figures and preparing index. I trust that with their collective acumen all the programs would run correctly in all situations.
Anup Das, my colleague has a lot of influence on this Fifth Edition. He helped my clarify my thoughts and pointing me in the direction of Windows and Linux. He sincerely wanted this edition to offer “C, in today’s perspective”. I am hopeful that his dream has been realized.
I thank Seema, my wife, for her friendship and for her contributions in everything that I do in IT in ways more than she could ever guess. Though she is a Gynecologist by profession she has the uncanny ability to come up with suggestions that make me feel “Oh, why didn’t it occur to me”.
And finally my heartfelt gratitude to the countless students who made me look into every nook and cranny of C. I would forever remain indebted to them..

Tribhuvan University
Institute of Engineerng
Examination Control Devision
Old Question Paper 2073 Bhadra


Faculty:-Bachelor of Agricultural Engineering
Year/Part:- II/II
Full Marks:- 80
Pass Marks:- 32
Time:-3 hours
Teacher:- Hari Kumar Dev (HKD)

This question paper is uploaded with the co-ordination of Department of Agricultural Engineering,
Scanned at:- CIT/ICT of campus by BUDDHI sir
Source:-Department of Agricultural Engineering

Q.1. Define hydrology with water balance equation.
Q.2. Briefly describe the hydrological cycle with its components.
Q.3. Write down the scope of the hydrological study and its application in Agricultural Engineering field.
Q.4. Briefly describe the importance of hydrological study in the context of Nepal.

Q.1. Define hydrology with water balance equation.
Ans:- The word Hydrology is derived from two words 'hydro' and 'logos'.  Hydro means water and the 'logos' means study. Simply hydrology is defined as the study of water, In other words it may be defined as the science that deals with the occurrence of, circulation and distribution of water in the earth and earth's atmosphere. It is concerned with the water in streams and lakes rainfall and the snowfall. Snow and ice on the land water occurring below the ground surface in the pores of soil and rocks. In general sense, Hydrology is a very broad subject of the interdisciplinary nature drawing support from applied science, such as metrology, geology, statistics, chemistry, physics and fluid mechanics.
It also includes the chemical and physical properties and their reaction with the environment including their relations to living things. Hydrology is basically an applied science it also deal with 1). Estimation of the water resources, 2). study of the process such as precipitation, runoff, evapotranspiration  and their interaction and 3). Study of problem such as floods and droughts and strategies to combat them.
The quantity of water going through various paths of the hydrological cycle in a given system can be described by the continuity principle known as water budget equation or water balance equation or hydrologic equation. The water balance equation is the statement of the law of the conservation of mass. It is also called the continuity equation or conservation equation. It is the balance of input and output of the water within a given area taking into account not changes in storages. It can also be defined by the following relationship,

Mass input – Mass output = Change in storage,
If the density of the inflow and the outflow is same then,
Volume of inflow – volume of outflow = change in storage
 i.e. d(storage)/dt=inflow-outflows
Here the main source of inflow  is precipitation and outflow is tare runoff, evaporation, transpiration, interception etc. The relationship between rainfall and runoff is very complex phenomenon as the parameters involved in the relationship are not very accurately determined. General water budget equation in hydrology for time interval  dt is P-(R+G+E+T)=Δ S
Where p = precipitation, R=Surface runoff, G=net ground water, E= Evaporation, T=transpiration Δ  S = Change in storage,

Q.2. Briefly describe the hydrological cycle with its components.
Ans:- Water occurs on the earth in all its three states(Gas, Liquid, Solid) and in various degree of motion; Evaporation of water from water bodies such as oceans and lakes,  Formation and movement  of clouds, rain  and snowfall, stream flow and the groundwater movements are the
some example of dynamic aspect of water. The various activities of water related to the earth can be explained in terms of cycle is known as the hydrological cycle.

Thus in other words, hydrologic cycle is the water transfer cycle which occurs continuously in nature. It is center of focus of hydrology. The cycle has no beginning and no end and it's process may occurs continuously. Thus it is the process of transfer of moisture from the atmosphere to the earth in the form of precipitation, conveyance of the precipitated water by stream and river to ocean and lake evaporation of water back to the atmosphere. A convenient starting point to describe the cycle is in the oceans. Water in the oceans evaporation due to the heat energy provided by solar radiation. The eater vapour moves upward and forms clouds, while much of the cloud condense and fall back to the pecans as rain, a part of clouds is driven to the land areas by winds. There they condense and precipitated onto the lands mass as rain, snow, hail, sleets etc. A part of the precipitation may evaporate back to the atmosphere even while falling. Another part of the precipitation may be intercepted by vegetation, structure and other such surface modifications from which it may be either evaporated back to the atmosphere or move down to the ground surface.
The main components of hydrological cycles are
i) Precipitation, ii) Evaporation, iii) Transpiration, iv) Infiltration, v) Runoff
i. Precipitation (Storage on the land surface):-
Water in the oceans evaporates due to the heat energy provided by solar radiation. The water vapour moves upwards and forms clouds. While much of the clouds is driven to the land areas by winds. There they can condense and precipitate onto the land mass as rain, snow, hail, sleet etc. A part of precipitation may evaporate back to the atmosphere even while failing. Other part may be intercepted by vegetation, structures and other such surface modification from which it may be either evaporated back to atmosphere even while falling.
The term precipitation denotes all forms of water that reach the earth from the atmosphere. The usual forms are rainfall, snowfall, hail, frost and drew of all these only the first two contribute significant amounts of  water, rainfall being the predominant form of the precipitation using stream flow, especially the flood flow in a majority of the rivers in Nepal, unless otherwise stated the term rainfall is used synonymously to precipitation.

ii. Evaporation (Soil moisture storage):-
Evaporation is the process in which a liquid changes to the gaseous state at the free surface below the boiling point through the transfer of heat energy.
iii. Transpiration (Ground water storage interaction):-
Transpiration is the process by which water leaves the body of living plants and reach to the atmosphere as water is taken up by the plant root system and escapes through the leaves. Transpiration is essentially confined to day light hours and the rate of transpiration depends upon the growth period of the plants.
iv. Infiltration:-
Infiltration is the flow of water into the ground through the soil surface. The distribution of soil moisture takes place within the soil profile during the infiltration process, when water is applied at the surface of a soil, for moisture zone on the soil.
v. Runoff:-
It means the draining of the flowing off of precipitation from a catchment area through a surface channel. It thus represents the output from the catchment in a given unit of time. The portion of the precipitation which by a variety of paths above and below the surface of the earth reaches the stream channel is called runoff.

Q.3. Write down the scope of the hydrological study and its application in Agricultural Engineering field.
Ans:- Hydrology has the greatest application in the design and operation of water resources engineering project, such as those for
1)Irrigation  2)Water Supply 3)Flood control 4)Water Power 5)Navigation
It is applicable for
·         the correct assessment of flows in hydropower, irrigation, drainage and water supply projects.
·         To determine the maximum expected flow at dam, reservoir, spillway, bridges, culvert5s and city drainage system.
·         In determining the effect of river water level before and after completion of reservoir and other irrigation structure.
·         Estimation of total volume of water that may be available from drainage (basin) over a long period.
·         Hydrology is applicable for the control of erosion to minimize sedimentation of rivers.

It involves the collection of relevant data and analysis of the data by applying the principles and theories of hydrology seen solution to practical problem.
In all above (five) project, hydrological investigations for the proper assessment of the following factors are necessary.
1)      The capacity of the storage structure(such as reservoir)
2)      The magnitude of flow and quantity of flow to ensure safe disposal of the excess flow
3)      The minimum flow and quantity of flow available at various seasons
4)      The interaction of the flood wave and hydraulic structure such as leaves, reservoir, barrage and bridges.
The hydrological study of a project necessarily precedes structural and other detailed design studies. It involves the collection of relevant data and analysis of the data by applying the principles and theories of hydrology  to seek solutions to practical problems.
                       Hydraulic failure( overtopping and consequent failure of an earthen dam due to an inadequate spillway capacity, failure of bridge and culverts due to excess flood flow, inability of a large reservoir to fill up with water due to over estimation of stream flow etc) can be removed by hydrological study. Various phases of the hydrological cycle such as rainfall, runoff, evaporation and transpiration are all non uniformly distributed both in time and space. All hydrologic phenomenon are complex and at the present level of knowledge, they can at best be interpreted with the aid of probability concepts. Hydrological events are treated as random process and the historical data retaliating to the event are analyzed by statistical methods to obtain information on probability of occurrence of various events. The probability analysis of hydrologic data is an important component of present day hydrological studies and enables the engineer to take suitable design decisions consistent with economics and other criteria to be taken in a given project.

Q.4. Briefly describe the importance of hydrological study in the context of Nepal.
Ans:- In context of Nepal, Nepal just started for the hydrological development, Nepal is in the primitive phase. So for the broad hydrological development in Nepal, the study of hydrology is very important.

Nepal has the 83,000 MW electricity generation capacity but we cannot produce 3% yet. To develop the hydropower effectively, more and more hydrological structure are required, but for these the study and the application of hydrological study is required.

Many area of Nepal faces in hydrological problem such as flood in Terai, landslide in hilly area, snowfall in mountain area etc, so for the protection from these problem hydrological study plays a great important role.

About 65% of people of Nepal are faced in water deficiency problem in dry country even Nepal is the second richest country in water among the other countries. About 70% of the Agricultural lands in Nepal are in lack of irrigation for agricultural crops. These are dependent on the rainfall for irrigation.

For the proper management of water resources, and for the proper utilization of these water resources, development of hydrological structures is required but for this, hydrological study has great importance in Nepal.

hydrology1.pdfAssignment question are prepared by Lecturer. GUPTA (A teacher of Department of Agricultural Engineering)
And Assignment questions solved by paudelpadamprasad
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mitra poudel

Is the one of the best lecture notes on the crop science and management subject of Bachelor of Agricultural Engineering Second year Second part i.e Fourth semester.according to the tribhuvan university Institute of Engineering  syllabus .
This note is written by Mitra Paudel.

About  Mitra Paudel.
He is now currently working as a officer at The Eastern  Regional Agricultural Extension Center (Agriculture Extention Officer in Jhumka, training centre, MOAC). He has passed the Bsc Ag from the Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science under the Tribhuvan University.
He had taught B. Agri II/II part student in package class in 2016. At that time he had prepared a lecture note this is provided below

Source:- Mitra Paudel
Uploaded with his permission.

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Published by McGraw-Hill Education, 2 Penn Plaza,
Auther:Allan G. Bluman
Allan G. Bluman is a professor emeritus at the Community College of Allegheny County,
South Campus, near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He has taught mathematics and statistics
for over 35 years. He received an Apple for the Teacher award in recognition of his bringing
excellence to the learning environment at South Campus. He has also taught statistics
for Penn State University at the Greater Allegheny (McKeesport) Campus and at the
Monroeville Center. He received his master’s and doctor’s degrees from the University of
He is also author of Elementary Statistics: A Brief Version and coauthor of Math in Our
World. In addition, he is the author of four mathematics books in the McGraw-Hill
DeMystified Series. They are Pre-Algebra, Math Word Problems, Business Math, and
He is married and has two sons, a granddaughter, and a grandson.
Dedication: To Betty Bluman, Earl McPeek, and Dr. G. Bradley Seager, Jr.

 Elementary Statistics: A Step by Step Approach was written as an aid in the beginning statistics
course to students whose mathematical background is limited to basic algebra. The
book follows a nontheoretical approach without formal proofs, explaining concepts intuitively
and supporting them with abundant examples. The applications span a broad range
of topics certain to appeal to the interests of students of diverse backgrounds, and they include
problems in business, sports, health, architecture, education, entertainment, political
science, psychology, history, criminal justice, the environment, transportation, physical
sciences, demographics, eating habits, and travel and leisure.
About This Book
While a number of important changes have been made in the ninth edition, the learning
system remains untouched and provides students with a useful framework in which to
learn and apply concepts. Some of the retained features include the following:
• Over 1800 exercises are located at the end of major sections within each chapter.
• Hypothesis-Testing Summaries are found at the end of Chapter 9 (z, t, x2, and
F tests for testing means, proportions, and variances), Chapter 12 (correlation,
chi-square, and ANOVA), and Chapter 13 (nonparametric tests) to show students
the different types of hypotheses and the types of tests to use.
• A Data Bank listing various attributes (educational level, cholesterol level, gender,
etc.) for 100 people and several additional data sets using real data are included and
referenced in various exercises and projects throughout the book.
• An updated reference card containing the formulas and the z, t, x2, and PPMC
tables is included with this textbook.
• End-of-chapter Summaries, Important Terms, and Important Formulas give students
a concise summary of the chapter topics and provide a good source for quiz or
test preparation.
• Review Exercises are found at the end of each chapter.
• Special sections called Data Analysis require students to work
with a data set to perform various statistical tests or procedures
and then summarize the results. The data are included in the Data
Bank in Appendix B and can be downloaded from the book’s
website at www.mhhe.com/bluman.
• Chapter Quizzes, found at the end of each chapter, include
multiple-choice, true/false, and completion questions along with
exercises to test students’ knowledge and comprehension of
chapter content.
• The Appendixes provide students with extensive reference tables,
a glossary, and answers to all quiz questions and odd-numbered
exercises. New to this edition, the additional Online Appendixes
include algebra review, an outline for report writing, Bayes’
theorem, and an alternative method for using the standard normal
distribution. These can be found at www.mhhe.com/bluman.
• The Applying the Concepts feature is included in all sections
and gives students an opportunity to think about the new concepts
and apply them to examples and scenarios similar to those found
in newspapers, magazines, and radio and television news
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This book can be used as a refresher  for Bachelor Of Engineering fifth semester's subject 



The Agrineer is an annual magazine of Nepal Agricultural Engineering Student's Society - NAESS. This magazine is like as the JOURNAL but not fully JOURNAL. This mainly includes the research Articles and the NAESS's activities also.

The Agrineer volume 4 has been published in 2013.
During its publication the following Agrineer team was formed
Editorial Board
Alankar Kafle
Sangeeta Magar
Sujan Neupane
Article collection
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Subash Adhikari
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Sushmita Dahal
Prasanna Shrestha
Manish Bista
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Pramod Timsina
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Gita Thapa
Malati Bhattarai
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Er. Jawed Alam (Campus Chief)
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On publishing this magazine The Agrineer Team said,
"The Agrineer vol 4 AND here we are!!!
With the great effort our dream come true to succeed in the
publication of forth volume of our technical journal "The
During this publication, there were different obstacles
encountered, although we exercised our best to bring this
volume in time. Now, we are feeling proud and happy at the
We have inputted our full effort to make the issue
perfect, flawless and to live up to the expectation of readers
but it is bound to erroneous. Comments and suggestion for
further improvement of this journal would be greatly
The Agrineer team are obligated to thank to all those writers
who have contributed their valuable time for the articles. Also
we are thankful to office of dean, campus administration,
department of agriculture engineering for their kind support
and guidance.
We express our heartiest gratitude to our sponsors for the
financial support without which the publication would have
been limited to a dream.
At last we express our sincere gratitude to all the teacher,
friends, individuals and well-wisher who directly and indirectly
helped us during the publication of this journal.
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The Agrineer Volume 4 2013
Author: NAESS
Source:  NAESS ( Nepal Agricultural Engineering Student's Society), Department of  Agricultural Engineering, Purwanchal Campus)

This book can be used as a refresher  for Bachelor Of Agricultural Engineering's many field.

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Lecture     :   3                                                                                              Year   :   IV
Tutorial    :   1                                                                                              Part    :   II    
Practical   :   1.5                                                                                                                 
Course Objective:
After the completion of this course students will be able to locate and predict the small and micro-hydro power sources for the fulfilment of requirement of energy in Agricultural Engineering activities in rural areas. This course also emphasizes in review, system design and development, commissioning and testing of such rural micro-hydro power station and supply electrical energy to operate tools, equipments and machineries used in agricultural works.
1.       Review of Small and Micro-Hydropower Systems in Nepal:              [2 hours]
1.1.  Importance of small and Micro-hydropower Systems in Nepal
1.2.  History of development of Small Hydropower Systems
1.3.  Components of Small Hydropower Systems
1.4.  Working Principle of Small and Micro-hydropower Systems
2.       System Design for Small and Micro Hydropower:                                [6 hours]
2.1.  Pre-Feasibility and Feasibility Survey
2.2.  Hydrological Study
2.3.  Assessment of Capacity and Demand
2.4.  Design of Systems Components: Headwork, Headrace Cannel,
2.4.1.  Desilting Basin, fore-bay, Daily Pond age Basin, Spillways,
2.4.2.  Penstock and Power house
3.       Mechanical Components in Small an Micro Hydropower System:    [6 hours]
3.1.  Turbines for Small and Micro Hydropower:                                                  
3.1.1.  Types of Turbines
3.1.2.  Specific Speed
3.1.3.  Suction Head
3.1.4.  Cavitations
3.1.5.  Turbine Governor
3.2.  Selection of Turbine:                                                                                         
3.2.1.  Turbine Efficiency
3.2.2.  System Efficiency
3.2.3.  Performance Curve and Turbine Selection

4.       Electrical Components in Small and Micro-hydropower System: [15 hours]
4.1.  Driving and Control System:                                                                             
4.1.1.  Transformers
4.1.2.  Load Controllers
4.1.3.  Voltage Regulators
4.1.4.  Protection System – Current Cutout and Metering
4.2.  Transmission and Distribution System:                                                           
4.2.1.  Review of Electric Circuits
4.2.2.  Components of Transmission and Distribution System
4.2.3.  Generators
4.2.4.  Switchgears and Other Protective Measures
4.3.  Performance of Small and Micro-hydro Power System:                             
4.3.1.  Quality of Generation and transmission Reliability
5.       Commissioning and Testing:                                                                     [3 hours]
5.1.  Planning
5.2.  Installations
5.3.  Operation
5.4.  Commissioning and Testing
6.       Promotion of Small and Micro-hydro Power based Electrification:  [2 hours]
6.1.  Load Factor
6.2.  Unit cost of electricity
6.3.  Tariff Setting
6.4.  Financial
7.       Repair and Maintenance of Small and Micro-hydro Power System: [3 hours]
7.1.  Maintenance check list
7.2.  Repair and maintenance schedule for mechanical components
7.3.  Repair and maintenance schedule for electrical components
8.       Financial Evaluation:                                                                                   [6 hours]
8.1.  Load factor
8.2.  Unit cost of electricity
8.3.  Tariff setting
8.4.  Financial analysis of small and hydropower system                                      
9.       Promotion of Small and Micro-hydro Power System in Nepal:         [2 hours]
9.1.  Existing policies and strategies
9.2.  Institutional arrangement for small and micro hydropower promotion
9.3.  Manufactures of components of small and micro hydropower Nepal

1.       Evaluation of performance characteristics of turbine at low head high discharge and high head low discharge.   
2.       Evaluation of efficiency of cross flow turbines.
3.       Design calculation for sizing of small and micro hydropower system.
4.       Evaluation of performance of peltric set.
5.       Financial evaluation of small and micro hydropower system.
6.       Study visit: Study visit to operational small and micro hydropower system in adjoining areas/vicinity if available (Involving intensive study of hydraulic, mechanical and electrical components of the system. The students required to submit a mini- project report based on design, operation, management and financial aspects of the system).

1.       Hervey, Adam. 1993. Micro-hydro Design Manual. Intermediate Technology Publication, U.K.
2.       ICIMOD. 1999. Manuals on Micro-hydropower for Installation. Commissioning Repair and Maintenance, ICIMOD, Kathmandu, Nepal.
3.       Inver, Allen R. 1986. Micro-hydro Source Book. NRECA International Foundation, Washington D.C.

Evaluation Scheme:
The questions will cover all the chapters in the Syllabus. The evaluation scheme will be as indicated in the table below.
Marks Distribution*
* Minor deviation on mark distribution can be made.
 Source:- Department of Agricultural Engineering