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Under Graduate Curriculum

BAHIR DAR UNIVERSITY
MARINE ENGINEERING PROGRAM


FOR

B.SC. CURRICULUM

OF

MARINE ENGINEERING

FOUR YEAR PROGRAM

                                                                                          November 2011


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Background                                                                                                     

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2

Rationale

2

3

Training Objectives

2

4

Staff Profile

3

5

Graduate Profile

4

6

Academic Requirements                                                                                             

         5

6.1

Admission requirements

5

6.2

Duration of Study

6

6.3

Assignment of Course Code

6

6.4

Assessment and Evaluation

6

6.5

Graduation Requirements

8

6.6

Degree Nomenclature

8

7

Course Breakdown – Module wise

9

8

Course Schedule (Semester wise) – Regular Program

11

9

Course Descriptions

16

10

Module Description

16

10.1

Module 01  General Engineering Skills

16

10.2

Module 02  Humanity and Social science

20

10.3

Module 03  Communication Skill and Research methodology

29

10.4

Module 04  Applied mathematics

31

10.5

Module 05 Advanced mathematics

35

10.6

Module 06  Engineering mechanics

38

10.7

Module 07 Mechanics of materials

42

10.8

Module 08  machine drawing and computer graphics

 

45

10.9

Module 09  Material Science

48

10.10

Module 10  Machine Element

51

10.11

Module 11  Electrical Engineering Courses

53

10.12

Module 12  Advanced Mechanics Courses

58

10.13

Module 13  Thermal Engineering Science Courses

63

10.14

Module 14  Heat Transfer

69

10.15

Module 15  Work Shop Technology Courses

72

10.16

Module 16  Manufacturing Engineering Courses

74

10.17

Module 19  Mechanical Design Courses

76

10.18

Module 20 Thermal Systems Engineering Courses

79

10.19

Module 21  Safety Engineering Courses

89

10.20

Module 24  Plant Engineering courses

91

10.21

Module 27  Advanced Design and Analysis courses

94

10.22

Module 32  Industrial Engineering courses

97

10.23

Module 34  Control Systems courses

99

10.24

Module 35  Industrial Internship

101

10.25

Module 36  Thesis

102

10.26

Module 37  Mentoring

107

10.27

Module 38  Industrial Chemistry


1.      BACKGROUND:

Polytechnic Institute under the Imperial Government of Ethiopia and the former USSR was established in the year 1963 as Technical High school offering a four-year program. After thirteen years the Institute was upgraded to 'higher education' offering middle level technical training. The Institute, again, was upgraded to 'degree awarding level', offering a five-year Engineering Degree Program in the year 1997.

The institution started the new programs by offering all conventional fields of engineering such as Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Computer Science Engineering.  

In the year 2000, The "Bahir Dar Polytechnic Institute" merged with "Bahir Dar Pedagogical College" to form the "Bahir Dar University" an institute dedicated for higher education in science, technology, pedagogy, agricultural, social science, medicine, Agriculture, Textile institute and humanities. The Polytechnic Institute was thus renamed "Bahir Dar University Faculty of Engineering" but now named “Institute of Technology (IoT)”, which has an overall objective of training engineers and technologist with Bachelor’s Degree. 

2. RATIONALE:

The objective of Marine Engineering Education up to now was to educate trainable, broad based marine engineers who can fit in the different applications areas of marine engineering after given on job training for about six months for some 2 years. This has been realized to give through the under-graduate curriculum for better knowledge and skills.

The undergraduate program of Marine Engineering Department produces marine engineers who have broad knowledge through its four year programs. This training gives the students such a broad background that they can fit in different marine Navigation sections of engineering field such as power generation, refrigeration, air-conditioning, engine maintenance, manufacturing, mechanical design etc.

But with the development of international marine navigation sector and the expansion of both public and private marine engineering works in the world, deeper knowledge of various branches of marine engineering is required along with other disciplines to play a leading role in the technological development of a country.  Therefore, as a step towards meeting this demand, the Department of Marine Engineering would like to elevate the level of training to BSc to produce required marine engineers.

The requirement for engineers who can engage themselves in international marine navigation, development and engineering administration is also being fatal. But currently the marine engineering program is being offered only at Bahir Dar University Institute of Technology.

It should be also noted here that the Marine Engineering, Institute of Technology at Bahir Dar University, is working with the Ethiopian shipping line. This curriculum is implemented with the objective of meeting knowledge and skill requirement of Marine Engineers. Hence under this METI program new infrastructure will be created which can be used for the marine Engineering programs also.

3.  TRAINING OBJECTIVES:

The Training Objective of the Marine Engineering under Graduate Program is to provide broad-based education and training in Marine Engineering and its applications leading to a Bachelor of Science Degree in Marine Engineering, to enable graduates to meet the challenges of the marine engineering profession in a rapidly changing environment that exists in an international shipping line. The specific training objectives can be summarized as follows.

Specific Objectives:

  1. To produce marine engineers with full professional competence in different fields of Marine Navigation Engineering who can participate in the international development activities and to this end;

Ø           Train manpower for different international shipping line;

Ø           Train marine Engineers to obtain carriers as officers with renown commercial vessel operators;

Ø           Produce qualified experts and managers for shipping lines;

Ø           Meet the demands of the international shipping line in terms of training and up grading their engineers and cadets.

Ø           To provide opportunity for the working community in the field of marine engineering to upgrade their knowledge to a higher level.

4. STAFF PROFILE:

The list of staff members along with the details of qualifications and specialization is presented below.

No

Name

Academic Rank

Educ. Level

Specialization

1.    

Dr. Muluwork Kahissay

Assistant Professor

B.Sc -

Thermal Engineering

M.Sc -

Ph.D – Russia

2.    

Dr. Nigussie Mulugeta

Assistant Professor

B.Sc -

Thermal Engineering

M.Sc -

Ph.D – India

3.    

Dr. Solomon T/Mariam

Assistant professor

B.Sc -

Thermal Engineering

M.Sc -

(Ph.D) – India

4.    

Ato Getye Mekonnen

Lecturer

B.Sc -

Manufacturing Engineering

M.Sc – TSTUv

M.Thec India

5.    

Ato Assefa Ayalew

Lecturer

B.Sc – A.A.U

Thermal Engineering

M.S.c A.A.U

6.    

Ato Tesfa Kelem

Lecturer

BSc.&MSc BDU

Manufacturing Engineering

7.    

Ato Adamu Mengesh

Lecturer

B.Sc -

Mechanical Design

M.Sc – A.A.U

8.    

Ato Achameyeleh Aemero

Lecturer

B.Sc

Manufacturing Engineering  (CAD/CAM)

M.Tech – NIT,India

9.    

Ato Gebeyehu Ayalew

Lecturer

Dip -

Materials Engineering

M.Sc – Addis

10.

Ato Yonas Mitiku

Lecturer

B.Sc – BDU

Applied Mechanics

M.Sc – A.A.U

M.Sc – Addis Univ

Existing Situation:

 The Department has 10 Ethiopian staff members on duty with the following qualification.

·           3 Ph.D

·           7 M.Sc.

5. ACADEMIC STAFF REQUIREMENT

In order to forecast staff requirement, the average effective teaching load of 12 hour per week was taken. The method of estimating the staff requirement was based on 10 lecture hours to be covered every week for each under graduate program. Hence, the staff requirement of the Department for the each under graduate program is estimated to be 6-7 (total 4x6=24). The breakdown of staff requirement composition in the different disciplines of marine engineering is given in Table 1.

TABLE 1 STAFF REQUIREMENT BASED ON QUALIFICATION LEVEL

No.

Specialization

Qualification

Total

B.Sc

M.Sc

Ph.D

1

For marine engineering

5

3

-

2

For Mechanical Design

3

2

1

40

3

For Manufacturing Engineering

3

2

1

4

For Thermal Engineering

5

4

3

Total

16

11

5

5.1 Staff Development and Recruitment Requirement

By conducting gap analysis between the requirement and existing staff development requirement was determined and given in Table 2. The staff recruitment option has to be followed instead of development since staff with the marine engineering required qualification is not available in the Ethiopian job market at present.

TABLE 2 STAFF RECRUITMENT PLAN

No

Specialization

Existing

Required Total

To be Recruited

Ph.D

M.Sc

B.Sc

Ph.D

M.Sc

M.Sc

Ph.D

1

Marine engineer

-

-

-

3

2

2

Manufacturing

-

3

-

2

2

1

Mechanical  Design

-

2

-

2

2

1

3

Thermal Eng.

3

2

3

4

2

-

Total

3

7

16

3

11

8

2

Note: The existing Ph.D, M.Sc and B,Sc staff members are also required for the Undergraduate graduate program courses mechanical engineering.

5.2 Existing Physical Resources and Infrastructure.      

 The existing physical resources and facilities are from School of mechanical and industrial engineering workshop and laboratories and marine workshop and laboratory/simulator/.

 5.3 Partnerships/ cooperation.

This program is offered with the collaboration of Bahir Dar University and Ethiopian Maritime Training Institute Share Company (EMTI  S.Co.)

6. GRADUATE PROFILE:

Worldwide, the marine engineering profession (Cadet) has several specializations because of its very wide nature on considering the immediate requirements of Vessel Operators and the International Marine Organization (IMO).

 6.1 CAREER PLACEMENT AND ADVANCEMENT

Ø      Upon successful completion, EMTI provides cadets employments as Engineer officers with major international shipping companies

Ø       Typically, first-year graduates work and train abroad commercial vessel for 10 – 12 months. After such periods, graduates achieve the rank of ‘’3rd Engineer’’

Ø      Promotion opportunities become available based on experience and performance. The career plate form includes promotions to 2nd Engineer, 1st Engineer and Chief Engineer.

7.   ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS:

7.1 Admission Requirement:

Ø      During the first year, prospective cadet study pre-requisite course at Bahir Dar University to develop necessary skills to begin EMTI marine engineering courses.

Ø      Cadets apply to EMTI during the first year at Bahir Dar University and begin marine Engineering Studies during this second year.

Ø      Cadets receive 252ECTS of Marine Engineering Curriculum, including the pre-requisite courses, basic training, survival training and marine engineering.

In addition to the requirements set by the EMIT, Candidates must have successfully completed the academic requirements of Ethiopian National Examination and after completion on freshman I year I Semester program.

7.2 Duration of Study and Requirements:

The duration of study for under graduate Degree in regular stream will be four complete Academic Years, out of which the last semester will be exclusively allotted to the project Work. The duration of study for under graduate Degree in regular stream will be eight terms.

Ø      Training: vessel operators and the international marine organization (IMO) requires approximately 1,500 hours of specialized training (which is equivalent to 252 ECTS)

Ø       Discipline: marine engineering office career is demanding and requires extensive work abroad commercial vessel, lasting approximately 8 – 12 months per year

Ø      Team Oriented: marine engineering offices are expected to meet challenging tasks and schedules. As such, a team oriented philosophy and strong communication skills are critical for performance.

Ø      Ability to Perform: the marine industry is highly competitive; demands significant commitment stresses willingness and reward performance.

7.3 Assignment of Course Code:

A Four letter English code with Four digit number indicates a under graduating course. MEng 1021 for example indicates that the course is offered to under graduate course, the letter indicates the owner of the course and the first digit (1) indicates the first year in which the subject is offered, the second two digits number (02) indicates the module number of the course and the last digit (1) indicates the semester in which the course is offered. Here the number 1 is used to indicate the first year of the Graduate Program and 2 is used to indicate the second year of the Graduate Program because the numbers 0 to 1 are used for undergraduate program courses.

7.4     Assessment and Evaluation:

The assessment and evaluation of course work are done based on ECTS credit hour system. The details of Credit Hours system is presented below.

 7.5 CREDIT HOUR SYSTEM:

The Semester load is the number of credits a student is supposed to take in a semester. In the European system, a credit is defined as one lecture recitation or two/three laboratory or tutorial work for the duration of one semester (15 to 16 weeks).

 7.6 FINAL GRADING:

Final Grades of Students entering the university in post graduate studies are on letter grade system for all course work specified in the curriculum. Only the graduating project work evaluation is not based on credit hour and letter grade system. The grading points are indicated in the following table.

Letter GRADE

Number Grade

Conventional  Grade

A+

1.0

4.0

         A

1.3

4.0

A-

1.7

4.0

B+

2.0

3.5

B

2.3

3.0

  C+

2.7

2.5

C

3.0

2.0

D

3.3

1.0

E

3.7

Pass

F

0

0

    7.7 ASSESSMENT OF THE FINAL PROJECT WORK:

The assessment of graduating project work is done on achievement basis which is indicated as shown below.

S No

Achievement

1.     

Excellent

2.       

Very Good

3.     

Good

4.     

Satisfactory

5.     

Fail

At the end of each semester and graduation, students will receive a transcript that indicate course taken, credit point score achieved in letter Grade(A, B, C, D, E, F) and their overall performance. The letter grades for course work are given using relative grading system. The achievement for graduating project work is given using marks/points evaluation system details of which are presented under project evaluation system.

7.8 Graduation Requirements:

In addition to the requirements of Bahir Dar University, a candidate for BSc Degree is expected to successfully complete 250 Credit-Hours coursework and successfully complete a six month graduating project work. The achievements of the project will be indicated as follows

·         Excellent

·         Very Good

·         Good

·         Satisfactory

·         Fail

7.9 Medium of Instruction

   The medium of instruction for the program is ENGLISH.

7.10 Degree Nomenclature

The degree awarded to students who successfully complete the minimum requirements for under graduate degree is the labeled in English & Amharic as follows.

Program Composition, Course Schedule and total credit ECTS details:

Module Description (Program Composition)

General Engineering Skill

Lec

Tut

Lab

Hs

Cr

Cp

Geng 1011

Introduction to Engineering skills

2

0

0

2

2

2

Meng 1015

Engineering Drawing

2

0

3

3

3

4

Coms 1012

Introduction to Computing

2

0

3

1

3

3

Meng 1014

Marine Engineering Workshop Practice

2

0

4

2

2

4

Humanity and Social Science

Flen 1021

Sophomore English

3

0

0

3

3

3

Flen  3023

Use of English in Written and Oral Form

2

3

0

3

3

4

Phil 1021

Reasoning Skill

3

0

0

3

3

3

Cvet 1021

Civic and Ethical Education

3

0

0

3

3

3

Econ 1021

Introduction to Economics

3

0

0

3

3

3

Communication Skill and Research Methodology

Flen 2032

Communication Skill

1

3

0

2

2

3

Applied Mathematics

Math 1041

Applied Mathematics I

3

3

0

6

4

6

Math 1042

Applied Mathematics II

3

3

0

6

4

6

Stat 1042

Probability and Statistics

2

3

0

5

3

5

Advanced Mathematics

Math 2051

Advanced Applied Mathematics

3

3

0

6

4

6

Meng 2052

Numerical Methods

2

0

3

5

3

5

Engineering Mechanics

Ceng 1061

Engineering Mechanics I ( Statics)

2

3

0

5

3

5

Meng 1062

Engineering Mechanics II (Dynamics)

2

3

0

5

3

5

Mechanics of Materials

Meng 1074

Strength of Materials

3

2

1

6

4

6

Machine Drawing & Computer graphics

Meng 2084

Computer Aided Drafting & Design

2

0

6

4

4

6

Meng 2083

Marine Engineering Drawing and Design

2

3

3

6

4

7

Material Science

Meng 2093

Engineering Materials

3

0

3

4

4

5

Machine Elements

Meng 3103

Machine Elements

3

3

0

4

4

5

Electrical Engineering

Eeng 3112

Electrical Machines and  Drives

2

1

2

3

3

4

Eeng 3113

Marine Electrical System Technology

2

1

2

3

3

4

Eeng 3114

Electrical, Electronic and Control Engineering

2

3

3

2

4

5

Advanced Mechanics

Meng 3121

Mechanism of Machinery

2

3

0

5

3

5

Meng 3122

Mechanical Vibration 

2

2

1

5

3

5

Thermal Engineering Science

Meng 2133

Engineering Thermodynamics

3

3

0

6

4

6

Meng 4135

Maintain the Seaworthiness of the Ship

3

3

2

4

4

6

Meng 2136

Fluid Mechanics I

2

3

0

5

3

5

Meng 2136

Fluid Mechanics II

2

3

0

5

3

5

Heat Transfer

Meng 3142

Heat Transfer

2

2

1

5

3

5

Workshop Tech.

Meng 2153

Use of Hand and Power Tools

4

2

4

2

6

6

Manufacturing Engineering

Meng 3163

Production Engineering

2

3

0

5

3

5

Mechanical Design

Meng 3194

Machine Design Project

2

6

0

4

4

6

Thermal Systems Engineering

Meng 3201

Marine Diesel Engine

2

3

0

5

3

5

Meng 3202

Marine Auxiliary machines

1

0

3

0

2

2

Meng 3203

 Fuel and Lubrication

1

0

3

2

2

3

Meng 3204

Operate Pumping Systems and Associated Control Systems

2

0

3

1

3

3

Meng 4201

Turbo Machinery

3

2

1

4

4

5

Meng 4205

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning

2

1

2

5

3

5

Safety Engineering

Meng 3212

Maintain a Safe Engineering Watch

1

0

0

1

1

1

Plant Engineering

Meng 4242

Maintain and Repair at the Operational Level II

3

3

3

7

5

8

Meng 2243

Maintain and Repair at the Operational Level I

2

0

6

4

3

6

Advanced Design & Analysis

Meng 4271

Finite Element Methods

2

1

2

3

3

4

Industrial Engineering

Ieng 4321

Entrepreneurship for Engineers

2

3

0

3

3

4

Control Systems

Meng 2342

Ensure Compliances with Pollution-Prevention Requirements

1

0

0

1

1

1

Industrial Internship

Meng 1355

Internship program  (Basic Training )

20

10

Thesis

Meng 4362

Thesis

0

0

22

22

7

22

Legistilative Requiremnts

Meng 4371

Monitoring

3

0

0

1

3

2

Industrial Chemistry

Chem 4381

Industrial Chemistry 

2

0

3

3

3

4

SCHEDULE OF COURSES

Year I / Semester I (COMMON TO ALL FOCUS AREAS)

Year

SEMESTER – I

Course No

Course Title

Lec

Tut

Lab

HS

ECTS

Hr

Hr

Hr

Hr

CP

I

Flen 1021

Sophomore English

3

0

0

3

3

Geng 1011

Introduction to Engineering Skills

2

0

0

2

2

Meng 1015

Engineering Drawing

2

0

3

3

4

Ceng 1061

Engineering Mechanics (Statics)

2

3

0

5

5

Math 1041

Applied Mathematics I

3

3

0

6

6

Phil 1021

Reasoning Skill

3

0

0

3

3

Cvet 1021

Civic and Ethical Education

3

0

0

3

3

Econ 1021

Introduction to Economics

3

0

0

3

3

Total

21

6

3

28

29

Year I / Semester II

Year

SEMESTER – II

Course No

Course Title

Lec

Tut

Lab

HS

ECTS

Hr

Hr

Hr

Hr

CP

I

Coms 1012

Introduction to Computing

2

0

3

1

3

Meng 1014

Marine Engineering Workshop Practice

2

0

4

2

4

Math 1042

Applied Mathematics II

3

3

0

6

6

Stat 1042

Probability and Statistics

2

3

0

5

5

Meng 1062

Engineering Mechanics II (Dynamics)

2

3

0

5

5

Meng 1074

Strength of Materials

3

2

1

6

6

Total

14

11

8

25

29

Year II / Semester I

Year

SEMESTER – I

Course No

Course Title

Lec

Tut

Lab

HS

ECTS

Hr

Hr

Hr

Hr

CP

II

Math 2051

Advanced Applied Mathematics

3

3

0

6

6

Meng 2083

Marine Engineering Drawing and Design

2

3

3

6

7

Meng 2093

Engineering Materials

3

0

3

4

5

Meng 2133

Engineering Thermodynamics

3

3

0

6

6

Meng 3103

Machine Elements

3

3

0

4

5

Flen 2032

Communication Skill

1

3

0

2

3

Total

15

15

6

28

32

Year II / Semester II

Year

SEMESTER – II

Course No

Course Title

Lec

Tut

Lab

HS

ECTS

Hr

Hr

Hr

Hr

CP

II

Meng 2052

Numerical Methods

2

0

3

5

5

Meng 2084

Computer Aided Drafting & Design

2

0

6

4

6

Meng 3121

Mechanism of Machinery

2

3

0

5

5

Meng 3163

Production Engineering

2

3

0

5

5

Meng 2135

Fluid Mechanics I

2

3

0

5

5

Eeng 3112

Electrical Machines and Drives

2

1

2

3

4

Total

12

10

11

27

30

Year III / Semester I

Year

SEMESTER – I

Course No

Course Title

Lec

Tut

Lab

HS

ECTS

Hr

Hr

Hr

Hr

CP

III

Meng 3122

Mechanical vibration

2

2

1

5

5

Ieng 4321

Entrepreneurship for Engineers

2

3

0

3

4

Meng 3142

Heat Transfer

2

2

1

5

5

Meng 3194

Machine Design Project 

2

6

0

4

6

Meng 4271

Finite Element Methods

2

1

2

3

4

Meng 2137

Fluid Mechanics II

2

3

0

5

5

Total

12

17

4

25

29

Year III / Semester II

Year

SEMESTER – II

Course No

Course Title

Lec

Tut

Lab

HS

ECTS

Hr

Hr

Hr

Hr

CP

III

Eeng 3113

Marine Electrical System Technology

2

1

2

3

4

Flen  3023

Use of English in Written and Oral Form

2

3

0

3

4

Meng 2153

Use of Hand and Power Tools

4

2

4

2

6

Meng 2242

Maintenance and Repair at the Operational Level I

2

0

6

4

6

Meng 2342

Ensure Compliances with Pollution-Prevention Requirements

1

0

0

1

1

Meng 3201

Marine Diesel Engine

2

3

0

5

5

Meng 3202

Marine Auxiliary Machines

1

0

3

0

2

Total

14

7

17

18

29

Year III / Semester III

Year

SEMESTER – III

Course No

Course Title

Lec

Tut

Lab

HS

ECTS

Hr

Hr

Hr

Hr

CP

I

Meng 1355

Internship program (Basic Training)

20

10*

Total

20

10

*  If the total number of students in one batch is 300 to 400, the internship can be adjusted to be held in two summer having  four  groups (two groups per a year). The first two groups will take the basic training in year III/ Semester III,    and the remaining two groups will take the basic training in year IV/ Semester III.

Year IV / Semester I

Year

SEMESTER – I

Course No

Course Title

Lec

Tut

Lab

HS

ECTS

Hr

Hr

Hr

Hr

CP

IV

Meng 3202

Fuel and Lubrication

1

0

3

2

3

Meng 3204

Operate Pumping Systems and Associated Control Systems

2

0

3

1

3

Eeng 3114

Electrical, Electronic and Control Engineering

2

3

3

2

5

Meng 3212

Maintain a Safe Engineering Watch

1

0

0

1

1

Meng 4371

Monitor Compliance with Legislative Requirements

3

0

0

1

2

Meng 4243

Maintenance and Repair at the Operational Level II

3

3

3

7

8

Meng 4135

Maintain the Seaworthiness of the Ship

3

3

2

4

6

Chem 4381

Industrial Chemistry

2

0

3

3

4

Total

17

9

17

19

31

Year IV / Semester II

Year

SEMESTER – II

Course No

Course Title

Lec

Tut

Lab

HS

ECTS

Hr

Hr

Hr

Hr

CP

IV

Meng 4202

Turbo Machinery

3

2

1

4

5

Meng 4205

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

2

1

2

5

5

Meng 4352

Thesis

0

0

22

22

22

Total

5

3

25

31

32

                                                                                     Total Credit Point    =   250

Total Lecture, Tutorial, Laboratory, Home Study, Credit, ECTS and Percentage and module distribution details for Marine Engineering program:

 

 

 

 

MARINE ENGINEERING SPECIALIZATION:

Semester

Lec

Tut

Lab

HS

ECTS

Hr

Hr

Hr

Hr

CP

Yr. 1 Semester I

21

6

3

28

29

Yr. 1 Semester II

14

11

8

25

29

Yr. 2 Semester I

15

15

6

28

32

Yr. 2 Semester II

12

10

11

27

30

Yr. 3 Semester I

12

17

4

25

29

Yr. 3 Semester II

14

7

17

18

29

Yr. 3 Semester III

and /or

(Yr. 4 Semester III)

20

10*

Yr. 4 Semester I

17

9

17

19

31

Yr. 4 Semester II

5

3

25

31

32

Total

110

78

111

201

250