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INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DELHI
Date: 01 November 2012 SCHEDULE OF MAJOR TESTS 2012-2013 (I SEMESTER)

The schedule of MAJOR Tests for 2012-2013 (I Semester) for all UG/PG courses is given in the following pages. Use “Find” (Ctrl+F) in your pdf reader to locate your course.

All faculties and students are advised to check this exam schedule one day before the commencement of exams for any change in the schedule!!!

Slot Date

D

K,L

A 19Nov (Mon)

H,M 20Nov (Tue)

C 21Nov (Wed)

F,J

B

E

17Nov 18 Nov (Sat) (Sun)

22 Nov 23 Nov 24 Nov (Thu) (Fri) (Sat)

The test schedule for Colloquium, Laboratory and Self-Study Courses will be announced by the concerned Course Coordinator as required. Phone numbers for various Examination Halls are as follows: No: 1 2 3 4 5 Room No: Ex. Hall WS204 VI 301 V 315 MS702 Phone No: 7061/6942 6790 6013 6427 6581

Joby Joseph Professor, Dept of Physics Chairman, Time Table Committee (UG,PG) Email: joby@physics.iitd.ac.in Phone: 1336 Copy To: 1. Institute Engineer – With a request to ensure that lifts are kept working during Minor exams. 2. Security Officer 3. In-charge, Caretaking Unit 4. Asst. Caretaker - Full capacity of seating arrangement in the rooms be ensured.

Major Exam 17 Nov (Sat) D Slot courses
Room capacity for exams 140 35 70 65 40 18 17 24 35 26 14 24 30 40 50 35 30 30 40 28 20 20 24 16 16 16 22 22 30 30 30 D Slot

Venue

8.00-10.00 AM CYL120 G1-8 PHL791

10.30-12.30 PM PHL110 G1-11 BEL412 AML734 AML733

1.00 - 3.00 PM CHL231

3.30 – 5.30 PM AML140 ESL760

6.00 – 8.00 PM

Ex Hall WS 101 WS 204 WS 209 WS 213 I 336 I 129 I 313 IIA 201 II 325 II 332 II 336 II 337 II 378 II LT1 II LT2 II LT3 III 336 III 339 III 342 III 352 III 353 III 356 III 360 III 363 III 364 III 374 III 386 III LT1 III LT2 III LT4

CSL783 G1-3 CSL783 G4-5 SBL703 SBL801 CEL455 EEL838

MAL601

PTL701 EEL771 EEL862 EEL713 CEL733 PHL551

MEL731 BEL715

CSL728

CYL721 MEL413

MEL769 MEL840

MEL837 EEL305

Major Exam 17 Nov (Sat) D Slot courses
Venue Room capacity for exams 40 30 26 25 35 35 125 30 50 20 22 28 28 28 28 125 70 20 20 74 74 30 17 20 20 34 40 20 30 30 20 65 25 15 15 35 D Slot 8.00-10.00 AM 10.30-12.30 PM 1.00 - 3.00 PM 3.30 – 5.30 PM 6.00 – 8.00 PM

IV 253 IV 323 IV 339 IV 351C IV LT1 IV LT2 IV LT3 IV LT4 V 315 V 317 V 320 V 344 V 417 V 418 V 419 V LT1 VI 301 VI 401 VI 403 VI LT1 VI LT2 TX 120 TX202 TX 203 TX 204 MS 418 MS 420 MS 521 MS 523 MS 525 MS 627 MS 702 MS 717 MZ 158 MZ 162 MZ 163

AML791 CEL783

AMP772

CEL705

CYL120 G9-13 CHL203

ITL705 ASL715 PHL110 G12-22 CYL502

CEL231 EEL734

EEL207

CEL795 CEL751 CYL120 G19,20 CYL120 G14-18 MEL242 G1-6 MEL242 G7-8 MEL242 G9-10 CHL701 G1-3 CHL701 G4-5

CEL840

AML715

PHL110 G23-30

CYL230 CSL374 CSL672

CSL105 AML130

XXXX (6.45-9.00)

EEL202 G1-5 EEL202 G6-10 TTL712

CEL777 G1 CEL777 G2-5 TTL722

MAL180 MAL180

XXXX

(6.45-9.00)

CYL678

PHL705 EPL446

preparatory EPL107 G2,3,7,8 EPL107 G1&G6

preparatory MEL231

Major Exam 18 Nov (Sun) K , L Slot
Venue Room capacity for exams 140 35 70 65 40 18 17 24 35 26 14 24 30 40 50 35 30 30 40 28 20 20 24 16 16 16 22 22 30 30 30 K Slot 8.00-10.00 AM AML120 G1-10,G41-42 (E) AML120 G43-46 (E) AML120 G47-50 (E) CSL211 G1-5 CSL211 G6-10 10.30-12.30 PM 1.00 - 3.00 PM L Slot 3.30 – 5.30 PM 6.00 – 8.00 PM

Ex Hall WS 101 WS 204 WS 209 WS 213 I 336 I 129 I 313 IIA 201 II 325 II 332 II 336 II 337 II 378 II LT1 II LT2 II LT3 III 336 III 339 III 342 III 352 III 353 III 356 III 360 III 363 III 364 III 374 III 386 III LT1 III LT2 III LT4

SBL702 EEL881

MAL701 EEL818

CEL781

EEV834

EEV406 MAL145

Major Exam 18 Nov (Sun) K , L Slot
Venue IV 253 IV 323 IV 339 IV 351C IV LT1 IV LT2 IV LT3 IV LT4 V 315 V 317 V 320 V 344 V 417 V 418 V 419 V LT1 VI 301 VI 401 VI 403 VI LT1 VI LT2 TX 120 TX202 TX 203 TX 204 MS 418 MS 420 MS 521 MS 523 MS 525 MS 627 MS 702 MS 717 MZ 158 MZ 162 MZ 163 Room capacity for exams 40 30 26 25 35 35 125 30 50 20 22 28 28 28 28 125 70 20 20 74 74 30 17 20 20 34 40 20 30 30 20 65 25 15 15 35 K Slot 8.00-10.00 AM 10.30-12.30 PM MEL770 1.00 - 3.00 PM L Slot 3.30 – 5.30 PM 6.00 – 8.00 PM

HUL823 ESL810 ESL850 CSL740 CEL787

ITL752

ASL710

CSL781

PHL797

ASL819

Major Exam 19 Nov (Mon) A Slot
Venue Room capacity for exams 140 35 70 65 40 18 17 24 35 26 14 24 30 40 50 35 30 30 40 28 20 20 24 16 16 16 22 22 30 30 30 A Slot

8.00-10.00 AM

10.30-12.30 PM

1.00 - 3.00 PM SML305

3.30 – 5.30 PM

6.00 – 8.00 PM

Ex Hall WS 101 WS 204 WS 209 WS 213 I 336 I 129 I 313 IIA 201 II 325 II 332 II 336 II 337 II 378 II LT1 II LT2 II LT3 III 336 III 339 III 342 III 352 III 353 III 356 III 360 III 363 III 364 III 374 III 386 III LT1 III LT2 III LT4

CSL102 G3-13

CSL101 G23-34 MAL786

EEL101 CEL703 CEL754

AML110 G1-3

CSL102 G14-20 RDL740 CSL102 G1-2 ESL732

CSL101 G35-40 MAL724 MAL730 CSL101 G1-5;G21-22

CRL711

AML110 G7-9 AML110 G4&G6

CEL707

AML110 G5

EEL791 EEL601 ESL340

EEL890

CEL793

CEL735

Major Exam 19 Nov (Mon) A Slot
Room capacity for exams 40 30 26 25 35 35 125 30 50 20 22 28 28 28 28 125 70 20 74 74 30 17 20 20 34 40 20 30 30 20 65 25 15 15 35 A Slot 8.00-10.00 AM 10.30-12.30 PM 1.00 - 3.00 PM 3.30 – 5.30 PM 6.00 – 8.00 PM

Venue

IV 253 IV 323 IV 339 IV 351C IV LT1 IV LT2 IV LT3 IV LT4 V 315 V 317 V 320 V 344 V 417 V 418 V 419 V LT1 VI 301 VI 401 VI LT1 VI LT2 TX 120 TX202 TX 203 TX 204 MS 418 MS 420 MS 521 MS 523 MS 525 MS 627 MS 702 MS 717 MZ 158 MZ 162 MZ 163

MEL791 ASL703

AMP776

ITL703 HUL272 HUL254 EEL721 HUL214 EEL743 HUL256 MEL705

CEL771 CHL723

HUL261

HUL212 HUL253 G1-4 HUL253 G5 HUL232 HUL289 TTL721

CSL630 HUL263 G1,G3-5 HUL263 G2 HUL265 EPL211 TTL711

HUL213 EEL711

XXXX (6.45-9.00) AML110 G10-13 AML110 G16-18

PHL723 CYL677

preparatory PHL567

preparatory

Major Exam 20 Nov (Tue) H , M Slot
Room capacity for exams 140 35 70 65 40 18 17 24 35 26 14 24 30 40 50 35 30 30 40 28 20 20 24 16 16 16 22 22 30 30 30 H Slot 8.00-10.00 AM MAL250 G1-10 10.30-12.30 PM CHL751 IDL731 CYL603 MEL346 G4-10 MEL346 G1-3 PTL703 BEL810 EEL742 EEL789 ESL737 1.00 - 3.00 PM HUL290 M Slot 3.30 – 5.30 PM HUL275 EEL844 6.00 – 8.00 PM

Venue

Ex Hall WS 101 WS 204 WS 209 WS 213 I 336 I 129 I 313 IIA 201 II 325 II 332 II 336 II 337 II 378 II LT1 II LT2 II LT3 III 336 III 339 III 342 III 352 III 353 III 356 III 360 III 363 III 364 III 374 III 386 III LT1 III LT2 III LT4

SBL701 HUL701 CSL862 EEL851

BEL413 TTL321 MEL344 MEL715 CEL433

SML853 MAL376 HUL231 G1,2,4 HUL231 G3,5 MAL725

AML701

Major Exam 20 Nov (Tue) H , M Slot
Room capacity for exams 40 30 26 25 35 35 125 30 50 20 22 28 28 28 28 125 70 20 20 74 74 30 17 20 20 34 40 20 30 30 20 65 25 15 15 35 H Slot 8.00-10.00 AM 10.30-12.30 PM EEL794 CEL866 DIL731 MEL787 MAL250 G11-20 CEL120 PHL654 HUL282 1.00 - 3.00 PM M Slot 3.30 – 5.30 PM SML875 CEL788 MAL705 RDL726 6.00 – 8.00 PM

Venue IV 253 IV 323 IV 339 IV 351C IV LT1 IV LT2 IV LT3 IV LT4 V 315 V 317 V 320 V 344 V 417 V 418 V 419 V LT1 VI 301 VI 401 VI 403 VI LT1 VI LT2 TX 120 TX202 TX 203 TX 204 MS 418 MS 420 MS 521 MS 523 MS 525 MS 627 MS 702 MS 717 MZ 158 MZ 162 MZ 163

ESL768 MEL420

HUL810

AML851 BEL719 EEL806 ESL718 MAL732 MAL630

CSL303 MEL751

ASL310 G3-5

HUL239 VEL700

HUL291

HUL810

ASL310 G1-2 MEL140

CEL339 PHL557

HUL273 MAL782 PTL726

TTL742 BML700 CRL713 EPL445 EPL445 PHL727 MEL221 MEL671 CHL761

HUL891 HUL846 HUL841 SML745 G2-5 SML745 G1

Major Exam 21 Nov (Wed) C Slot
Room capacity for exams 140 35 70 65 40 18 17 24 35 26 14 24 30 40 50 35 30 30 40 28 20 20 24 16 16 16 22 22 30 30 30 C Slot

Venue

8.00-10.00 AM MAL110 G2-8 MAL110 G1,G40 MAL110 G36-39 MAL110 G33-35

10.30-12.30 PM CHL331 CHL121 G1-5 CHL121 G6-10

1.00 - 3.00 PM EEL102 G2-5 AML310 EEL102 G1 AML310

3.30 – 5.30 PM MAL111 G1-11 MAL230

6.00 – 8.00 PM SML780

Ex Hall WS 101 WS 204 WS 209 WS 213 I 336 I 129 I 313 IIA 201 II 325 II 332 II 336 II 337 II 378 II LT1 II LT2 II LT3 III 336 III 339 III 342 III 352 III 353 III 356 III 360 III 363 III 364 III 374 III 386 III LT1 III LT2 III LT4

CEL782 MAL513 EEL430 EEL861 EEL339 AML360

MEL703 BEL301 ESL714

BEL701

AML773

EEL325 MEL735 ITL730

EEL829 AML732

Major Exam 21 Nov (Wed) C Slot
Room capacity for exams 40 30 26 25 35 35 125 30 50 20 22 28 28 28 28 125 70 20 74 74 30 17 20 20 34 40 20 30 30 20 65 25 15 15 35 C Slot 8.00-10.00 AM 10.30-12.30 PM 1.00 - 3.00 PM AML731 3.30 – 5.30 PM 6.00 – 8.00 PM

Venue

IV 253 IV 323 IV 339 IV 351C IV LT1 IV LT2 IV LT3 IV LT4 V 315 V 317 V 320 V 344 V 417 V 418 V 419 V LT1 VI 301 VI 401 VI LT1 VI LT2 TX 120 TX202 TX 203 TX 204 MS 418 MS 420 MS 521 MS 523 MS 525 MS 627 MS 702 MS 717 MZ 158 MZ 162 MZ 163

CEL734

MAL110 G9-17 MAL110 G30-32

EPL101

CEL271 CYL501 MEL838

CEL774

MEL414 MEL812 MAL110 G18-25 MAL110 G26-29 PTL705 EEL732 TTL771

ASL701

TTL221

CSL765

MAL111 G12-20 CHL603 CEL760 MAL745

BEL110 EPL334

PHL555 MAL115 TTL741

PHL701

EEL792

PHL755

EEL702

preparatory

preparatory

Major Exam 22 Nov (Thu) F, J Slot courses
Venue Ex Hall WS 101 WS 204 WS 209 WS 213 I 336 I 129 I 313 IIA 201 II 325 II 332 II 336 II 337 II 378 II LT1 II LT2 II LT3 III 336 III 339 III 342 III 352 III 353 III 356 III 360 III 363 III 364 III 374 III 386 III LT1 III LT2 III LT4 Room capacity for exams 140 35 70 65 40 18 17 24 35 26 14 24 30 40 50 35 30 30 40 28 20 20 24 16 16 16 22 22 30 30 30 F Slot 8.00-10.00 AM CHL251 MAL255 G1-2 MAL255 G3 10.30-12.30 PM EEL303 BEL416 EEL710 TTL724 ESL300 BEL830 1.00 - 3.00 PM CEL251 BEL103 J Slot 3.30 – 5.30 PM EEL358 MAL358 CEL411 G3&G5 CEL411 G1,2,4 EPL213 EEL781 BEL820 MAL860 Free Slot 6.00 – 8.00 PM MEP201 G1-3 MEP201 G4-5

MAL731

SBL802

EEL456 CRL732 CEL731

ESL870 CEL729

CRL731 EEL793 BEL722 CYL602 MEL761

MAL503

MEL331 MEL411 DIP811 CRL715

CHL768

ITL709 SBV888 IDL737

EEL824 ESL796 CEL822 SBV885

Major Exam 22 Nov (Thu) F, J Slot courses
Room capacity for exams 40 30 26 25 35 35 125 30 50 20 22 28 28 28 28 125 70 20 20 74 74 30 17 20 20 34 40 20 30 30 20 65 25 15 15 35 F Slot 8.00-10.00 AM PTL709 10.30-12.30 PM AML702 CEL422 1.00 - 3.00 PM AML771 J Slot 3.30 – 5.30 PM TTL311 Free Slot 6.00 – 8.00 PM

Venue

IV 253 IV 323 IV 339 IV 351C IV LT1 IV LT2 IV LT3 IV LT4 V 315 V 317 V 320 V 344 V 417 V 418 V 419 V LT1 VI 301 VI 401 VI 403 VI LT1 VI LT2 TX 120 TX202 TX 203 TX 204 MS 418 MS 420 MS 521 MS 523 MS 525 MS 627 MS 702 MS 717 MZ 158 MZ 162 MZ 163

CEL610 CEL431 EEL736 CSL771 EEL769

CEL331 ASL707

MEL233 EEL741 CYL504

CRL722 ESL755 EEL358 MAL358 EEL358 MAL358

AML792 CHL221 G9-10 CHL221 G1-8 TTL241 G3-10 TTL241 G1-2 CSL356 G1-5 CSL356 G6-10

JOP791

CEL773 TTL362 G1-8 TTL362 G9-10 ESL711 MEL432

RDL722 CEL899

ESL770 MEL713

CSL865 EEL706

MAL519 PHL800 PTL724

XXXX (6.45-9.00)

AML805 PHL703

MEL784 PHL751

PHL795

CYL686

PHL565

RDL700 G1-3 RDL700 G4-5

Major Exam 23 Nov (Fri) B Slot courses
Room capacity for exams 140 35 70 65 40 18 17 24 35 26 14 24 30 40 50 35 30 30 40 28 20 20 24 16 16 16 22 22 30 30 30 B Slot 8.00-10.00 AM CYL110 G 1-8 CEL717 CYL110 G11-15 CYL110 G16-20 10.30-12.30 PM CHL111 IDL721 SBL101 PHL569 1.00 - 3.00 PM EEL319 EEL744 MEL765 EPL105 G1-6 EPL105 G7-9 CRL704 BEL717 CEL891 3.30 – 5.30 PM MEL311 CSL201 G8-11 CHL133 6.00 – 8.00 PM

Venue

Ex Hall WS 101 WS 204 WS 209 WS 213 I 336 I 129 I 313 IIA 201 II 325 II 332 II 336 II 337 II 378 II LT1 II LT2 II LT3 III 336 III 339 III 342 III 352 III 353 III 356 III 360 III 363 III 364 III 374 III 386 III LT1 III LT2 III LT4

BEL714 CSL719 SBL710

CRL733 MEL423 EEL375

MEL781 EEL762 EEL762

MAL355 G2-3 MAL355 G1

ITL711 AML794 AML710

CEL737 CEL753

PHL753

EEL858 EEL879

Major Exam 23 Nov (Fri) B Slot courses
Room capacity for exams 40 30 26 25 35 35 125 30 50 20 22 28 28 28 28 125 70 20 74 74 30 17 20 20 34 40 20 30 30 20 65 25 15 15 35 B Slot 8.00-10.00 AM ESL740 10.30-12.30 PM CHL103 ASL705 HUL843 SML874 PTL707 AML160 CHL101 EEL790 1.00 - 3.00 PM MEL707 3.30 – 5.30 PM MEL737 6.00 – 8.00 PM

Venue

IV 253 IV 323 IV 339 IV 351C IV LT1 IV LT2 IV LT3 IV LT4 V 315 V 317 V 320 V 344 V 417 V 418 V 419 V LT1 VI 301 VI 401 VI LT1 VI LT2 TX 120 TX202 TX 203 TX 204 MS 418 MS 420 MS 521 MS 523 MS 525 MS 627 MS 702 MS 717 MZ 158 MZ 162 MZ 163

HUL748 HUL271 G1-3 HUL271 G4-5 CSL201 G1-7

CEL769 CYL601 EEL855

ESL330 G1-12

CEL801

ASP751 ASP801 CEL241 MAL509 CEL464 G1-3 CEL464 G4-5 TTL866 TTL772 RDL340 G2-5 RDL340 G1 CHL722 HUL216 TTL211 AML150 CYL503 ESL330 G13-20

CSL201 (spare) CSL201 G19-20 CSL201 G12-18

XXXX (6.45-9.00)

EPL335

HUL736

preparatory AML705

preparatory AML750 AML751 CEL701

Major Exam 24 Nov (Sat) E Slot courses
Room capacity for exams 140 35 70 65 40 18 17 24 35 26 14 24 30 40 50 35 30 30 40 28 20 20 24 16 16 16 22 22 30 30 30 E Slot 8.00-10.00 AM 10.30-12.30 PM EEL201 G1-7 MEL316 G1 MEL316 G2-10 SIL765 1.00 - 3.00 PM MEL120 G1-13 MEL120 G27-30 MEL120 G23-26 MEL120 G14 3.30 – 5.30 PM MEL110 G1-10 MEL110 G17-22 MEL110 G23-27 MEL110 G28-30 Free Slot 6.00 – 8.00 PM CEL140 G1-8 CEL140 G9-10 XXXX

Venue Ex Hall WS 101 WS 204 WS 209 WS 213 I 336 I 129 I 313 IIA 201 II 325 II 332 II 336 II 337 II 378 II LT1 II LT2 II LT3 III 336 III 339 III 342 III 352 III 353 III 356 III 360 III 363 III 364 III 374 III 386 III LT1 III LT2 III LT4

BEL850 EEL714

ITL760

AML775 ESL746 BEL403 BEL101

CEL886 CHL793 G2-5 CHL793 G1 MEL110 G14-16 MAL609

MEL807 MEL733

SBL708

Major Exam 24 Nov (Sat) E Slot courses
Venue IV 253 IV 323 IV 339 IV 351C IV LT1 IV LT2 IV LT3 IV LT4 V 315 V 317 V 320 V 344 V 417 V 418 V 419 V LT1 VI 301 VI 401 VI 403 VI LT1 VI LT2 TX 120 TX202 TX 203 TX 204 MS 418 MS 420 MS 521 MS 523 MS 525 MS 627 MS 702 MS 717 MZ 158 MZ 162 MZ 163 Room capacity for exams 40 30 26 25 35 35 125 30 50 20 22 28 28 28 28 125 70 20 20 74 74 30 17 20 20 34 40 20 30 30 20 65 25 15 15 35 E Slot 8.00-10.00 AM 10.30-12.30 PM CEL719 CEL757 CSL854 MEL783 1.00 - 3.00 PM MEL211 G8-10 CEL421 G1-3 CEL421 G4-5 3.30 – 5.30 PM Free Slot 6.00 – 8.00 PM

CEL321 CYL505

CHL261 ESL774 EEL749

MEL211 G1-7 PHL553 EEL839 ASL803

TTL231 MEL110 G11-13 EEL203

CEL772 CEL739 DIL711 MAL517 CEL451 TTL731

EEL201 (SPARE) EEL201 G19-20 EEL201 G8-14 TTL750

EEL201 G15-18 TTL361 TTL713

MEL120 G15-22 EPL103 G2-10 EPL103 G1 MEL421 G1-2 MEL421 G3-10

IDL711 CHL794

MAL245 AML711 AML713

PHL793 CYL725 EPL442 CYL604 PHL707…...

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