SHADAN

College of Engineering & Technology

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PEOs, POs, PSOs, & COs

ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) / Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)
  1. Ability to work comfortably with Electrical Machines, Switchgears, power electronics and electrical systems.Generate and distribute power through non-conventional energy sources.
  2. Apply modern software/hardware tools for design, simulation and analysis of electrical systems to engage in life- long learning and to successfully adapt in multi-disciplinary environments.
  3. Apply the knowledge of Management science and Business economics and financial accountancy to solve ethically and professionally various Electrical Engineering problems in societal and environmental context and communicate effectively.
Programme Outcomes

The Programme Outcomes (POs) of the B.Tech (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) program are listed below:

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

  1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem analysis: Identity, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

  1. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  2. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  3. Environment and sustainability:  Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  4. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  5. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  6. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with   society at large, such as, being able

to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

  1. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles    and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  2. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.
COURSE OUTCOMES

B.Tech EEE COURSE OUTCOMES

   

SUBJECT NAME

CO No.

COURSE OUTCOMES

   
 

II-I SEM

   

Engineering Mechanics

CO1

Determine resultant of forces acting on a body and analyse equilibrium of a body subjected  to a system of forces.

   

CO2

Solve problem of bodies subjected to  friction.

   

CO3

Find the location of centroid and calculate moment of inertia of a given    section.

   

CO4

Understand the kinetics and kinematics of a  body  undergoing  rectilinear,  curvilinear, rotatory motion and rigid body  motion.

   

CO5

Solve problems using work energy equations for translation, fixed axis rotation and plane motion and solve problems of  vibration.

   

Electrical Circuit Analysis

CO1

Apply network theorems for the analysis of electrical circuits.

   

CO2

Obtain the transient and steady-state response of electrical circuits.

   

CO3

Analyze circuits in the sinusoidal steady-state (single-phase and three-phase).

   

CO4

Analyze two port circuit behavior.

   

Analog Electronics

CO1

Know the characteristics, utilization of various components.

   

CO2

Understand the biasing techniques

   

CO3

Design and analyze various rectifiers, small signal amplifier circuits.

   

CO4

Design sinusoidal and non-sinusoidal oscillators.

   

CO5

A thorough understanding, functioning of OP-AMP, design OP-AMP based circuits with linear integrated circuits.

   

Electrical Machines – I

CO1

Identify different parts of a DC machine & understand its operation

   

CO2

Carry out different testing methods to predetermine the efficiency of DC machines

   

CO3

Understand different excitation and starting methods of DC machines

   

CO4

Control the voltage and speed of a DC machines

   

CO5

Analyze single phase and three phase transformers circuits.

 

 

Electromagnetic Fields

CO1

To understand the basic laws of electromagnetism.

   

CO2

To obtain the electric and magnetic fields for simple configurations under static conditions.

   

CO3

To analyze time varying electric and magnetic fields.

   

CO4

To understand Maxwell’s equation in different forms and different media.

   

CO5

To understand the propagation of EM waves.

   

Electrical Machines Lab – I

CO1

Start and control the Different DC Machines.

   

CO2

Assess the performance of different machines using different testing methods

   

CO3

Identify different conditions required to be satisfied for self – excitation of DC Generators.

   

CO4

Separate iron losses of DC machines into different components

   

Analog Electronics Lab

CO1

Know the characteristics, utilization of various components.

   

CO2

Understand the biasing techniques

   

CO3

Design and analyze various rectifiers, small signal amplifier circuits.

   

CO4

Design sinusoidal and non-sinusoidal oscillators.

   

CO5

A thorough understanding, functioning of OP-AMP, design OP-AMP based circuits with linear integrated circuits.

   

Electrical Circuits Lab

CO1

Analyze complex DC and AC linear circuits

   

CO2

Apply concepts of electrical circuits across engineering

   

CO3

Evaluate response in a given network by using theorems

   
       
     
     

II-II SEMESTER

   

Laplace Transforms, Numerical Methods & Complex variables

CO1

Use the Laplace transforms techniques for solving ODE’s

   

CO2

Find the root of a given equation.

   

CO3

Estimate the value for the given data using interpolation

   

CO4

Find the numerical solutions for a given ODE’s

   

CO5

Analyze the complex function with reference to their analyticity, integration using Cauchy’s integral and residue theorems

   

CO6

Taylor’s and Laurent’s series expansions of complex function

   

Electrical Machines – II

CO1

Understand the concepts of rotating magnetic fields.

   

CO2

Understand the operation of ac machines.

   

CO3

Analyze performance characteristics of ac machines.

   

Digital Electronics

CO1

Understand working of logic families and logic gates.

   

CO2

Design and implement Combinational and Sequential logic circuits.

   

CO3

Understand the process of Analog to Digital conversion and Digital to Analog conversion.

   

CO4

Be able to use PLDs to implement the given logical problem.

   

Control Systems

CO1

Understand the concepts of rotating magnetic fields.

   

CO2

Understand the operation of ac machines.

   

CO3

Analyze performance characteristics of ac machines.

   

Power System – I

CO1

Understand the concepts of power systems.

   

CO2

Understand the operation of conventional generating stations and renewable sources of electrical power.

   

CO3

Evaluate the power tariff methods.

   

CO4

Determine the electrical circuit parameters of transmission lines

   

CO5

Understand the layout of substation and underground cables and corona.

   

Digital Electronics Lab

CO1

Understand working of logic families and logic gates.

   

CO2

Design and implement Combinational and Sequential logic circuits.

   

CO3

Understand the process of Analog to Digital conversion and Digital to Analog conversion.

   

CO4

Be able to use PLDs to implement the given logical problem.

   

Electrical Machines Lab – II

CO1

Assess the performance of different machines using different testing methods

   

CO2

To convert the Phase from three phase to two phase and vice versa

   

CO3

Compensate the changes in terminal voltages of synchronous generator after estimating the change by different methods

   

CO4

Control the active and reactive power flows in synchronous machines

   

CO5

Start different machines and control the speed and power factor

   

Control Systems Lab

CO1

How to improve the system performance by selecting a suitable controller and/or a  compensator for a specific application

   

CO2

Apply various time domain and frequency domain techniques to assess the system  performance

   

CO3

Apply various control strategies to different applications(example: Power systems, electrical drives etc)

   

CO4

Test system controllability and observability using state space representation and applications  of state space representation to various systems

   
               

 

   

SUBJECT NAME

CO No.

COURSE OUTCOMES (R18)

 
   

III-I SEM

 

Power Electronics

CO1

Understand the differences between signal level and power level devices.

 

CO2

Analyze controlled rectifier circuits.

 

CO3

Analyze the operation of DC-DC choppers.

 

CO4

Analyze the operation of voltage source inverters.

 

Power System-II

CO1

Analyze transmission line performance.

 

CO2

Apply load compensation techniques to control reactive power

 

CO3

Understand the application of per unit quantities.

 

CO4

Design over voltage protection and insulation coordination

 

CO5

Determine the fault currents for symmetrical and unbalanced faults

 

Measurements and Instrumentation

CO1

Understand different types of measuring instruments, their construction, operation and characteristics

 

CO2

Identify the instruments suitable for typical measurements

 

CO3

Apply the knowledge about transducers and instrument transformers to use them effectively.

 

CO4

Apply the knowledge of smart and digital metering for industrial applications

 

High Voltage Engineering(Professional Elective – I)

CO1

Understand the basic physics related to various breakdown processes in solid, liquid and gaseous insulating materials.

 

CO2

Knowledge of generation and measurement of D. C., A.C., & Impulse voltages.

 

CO3

Knowledge of tests on H. V. equipment and on insulating materials, as per the standards.

 

CO4

Knowledge of how over-voltages arise in a power system, and protection against these over- voltages.

 

Business Economics and Financial Analysis

CO1

The students will understand the various Forms of Business and the impact of economic variables on the Business.

 

CO2

The Demand, Supply, Production, Cost, Market Structure, Pricing aspects are learnt.

 

CO3

The Students can study the firm’s financial position by analysing the Financial Statements of a Company.

 

Power System Simulation Lab

CO1

Perform various transmission line calculations

 

CO2

Understand Different circuits time constants

 

CO3

Analyze the experimental data and draw the conclusions.

 

Power Electronics Lab

CO1

Understand the operating principles of various power electronic converters.

 

CO2

Use power electronic simulation packages& hardware to develop the power converters.

 

CO3

Analyze and choose the appropriate converters for various applications

 

Measurements and Instrumentation Lab

CO1

to choose instruments

 

CO2

test any instrument

 

CO3

find the accuracy of any instrument by performing experiment

 

CO4

calibrate PMMC instrument using D.C potentiometer

 

Advanced Communication Skills Lab

CO1

Gathering ideas and information to organize ideas relevantly and coherently.

 

CO2

Engaging in debates.

 

CO3

Participating in group discussions.

 

CO4

Facing interviews.

 

CO5

Writing project/research reports/technical reports.

 

CO6

Making oral presentations.

 

CO7

Writing formal letters.

 

CO8

Transferring information from non-verbal to verbal texts and vice-versa.

 

CO9

Taking part in social and professional communication.

 

Intellectual Property Rights

CO1

types   of   intellectual property

 

CO2

Purpose and function of trademarks

 

CO3

Law of copy rights: Fundamental of copy right law

 

ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES(PSO)

PSO1: An ability to design and analyze the concepts and applications in the field of Electronics & Communication, Semiconductor Technology, Signal Processing and  Embedded Systems.

PSO2: An ability to comprehend the technological advancements in the usage of modern design tools to analyze and design systems/processes for advancements in applications.

PSO3: Develop their skills to solve problems and assess social, environmental issues with ethics and manage different projects in multidisciplinary areas.

PSO1: Apply advanced concepts in Physics of semiconductor devices to design VLSI systems.

PSO2: Design ASIC and FPGA based systems using industry-standard tools.

PSO3: Solve research gaps and provide solutions to socio-economic and environmental problems.

PSO1: Identity, formulate, and solve engineering problems in broad areas like System Design using Embedded Platforms, Applications in Signal Processing, Machine Vision, and Communication Networks.

PSO2: Use different software tools in the domain of Embedded Systems, for developing applications based on ARM processor core SoC and DSP processor.

PSO3: Integrate multiple sub-systems to optimize the performance of Embedded Systems and excel in industry sectors related to the Embedded Systems domain.

The Programme Outcomes (POs) of the B.Tech ( Electronics and Communication Engineering ) program are listed below:

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

  1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  7. Environment and sustainability:  Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with   society at large, such as, being able

to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations and give and receive clear instructions.

  1. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles    and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  2. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

B.TECH ECE COURSE OUTCOMES

SUBJECT

CO.NO.

COURSE OUTCOMES

ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND CIRCUITS

CO1

Know the characteristics of various components

CO2

Understand the utilization of components

CO3

Understand the biasing techniques

CO4

Design and analyze small signal amplifier circuits.

     

NETWORK ANALYSIS AND TRANSMISSION LINES

CO1

Gain the knowledge on basic RLC circuits behavior.

CO2

Analyze the Steady state and transient analysis of RLC Circuits.

CO3

Know the characteristics of two port network parameters.

CO4

Analyze the transmission line parameters and configurations.

DIGITAL SYSTEM DESIGN

CO 1

Understand the numerical information in different forms and Boolean Algebra

CO2

Postulates of Boolean algebra and to minimize combinational functions

CO3

Design and analyze combinational and sequential circuits

CO4

Known about the logic families and realization of logic gates.

     
     

SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS

CO1

Differentiate various signal functions.

CO2

Represent any arbitrary signal in time and frequency domain.

CO3

Understand the characteristics of linear time invariant systems.

CO4

Analyze the signals with different transform technique

     

PROBABILITY THEORY AND STOCHASTIC PROCESSES

CO1

Understand the concepts of Random Process and its Characteristics

CO2

Understand the response of linear time Invariant system for a Random Processes.

CO3

Determine the Spectral and temporal characteristics of Random Signals

CO4

Understand the concepts of Noise in Communication systems.

     

ELECTRONIC

DEVICES AND CIRCUITS LAB

CO1

To learn about characteristics of diodes

CO2

To learn about rectifiers

CO3

To learn about CE,CC,CB Characteristics

CO4

To learn about   measurement of h-parameters

CO5

To learn about different types of clipper and clamppers

DIGITAL SYSTEM DESIGN LAB

CO1

To learn about realization of Boolean Expressions using Gates

CO2

To learn about adders

CO3

To learn about code converters

CO4

To learn about Synchronous and Asynchronous  counters using flip flops

CO5

To learn about finite state machines

     
     

BASIC SIMULATION LAB

CO1

Apply various simulations to real time problems.

CO2

Generation of Various Signals and Sequences.

CO3

Apply convolution for Signals and sequences.

CO4

Analyse linearity and time invariance properties.

CO5

Analyse waveform synthesis using Laplace Transform.

     

CONSTITUTION OF INDIA

CO1

Meaning of the constitution law and constitutionalism

CO2

Scheme of the fundamental rights

CO3

The historical perspectives of the constitutional amendments in India

CO4

Local Self Government – Constitutional Scheme in India

CO5

Scope of the Right to Life and Personal Liberty under Article 21

B.TECH II/II SEM

SUBJECT

CO.NO.

COURSE OUTCOMES

: LAPLACE TRANSFORMS, NUMERICAL METHODS AND COMPLEX VARIABLES

CO1

Use the Laplace transforms techniques for solving · Analyze the complex function with reference to their analyticity, integration using Cauchy’s integral and residue theorems.

CO2

Find the root of a given equation.

CO3

Find the numerical solutions for a given ODE’s

CO4

Estimate the value for the given data using interpolation

CO5

Analyze the complex function with reference to their analyticity, integration using Cauchy’s integral and residue theorems.

     

ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS AND WAVES

CO1

Get the knowledge of Basic Laws, Concepts and proofs related to Electrostatic Fields and Magnetostatic Fields.

CO2

Distinguish between the static and time-varying fields, establish the corresponding sets of Maxwell’s Equations and Boundary Conditions

CO3

Analyze the Wave Equations for good conductors, good dielectrics and evaluate the UPW Characteristics for several practical media of interest.

CO4

To analyze completely the rectangular waveguides, their mode characteristics, and design waveguides for solving practical problems.

   
     

ANALOG AND DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS

CO1

Analyze and design of various continuous wave and angle modulation and demodulation techniques

CO2

Understand the effect of noise present in continuous wave and angle modulation techniques.

CO3

Attain the knowledge about AM , FM Transmitters and Receivers

CO4

Analyze and design the various Pulse Modulation Techniques.

CO5

Understand the concepts of Digital Modulation Techniques and Baseband transmission.

     

ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT ANALYSIS

CO1

Design the multistage amplifiers and understand the concepts of High Frequency Analysis of Transistors.

CO2

Utilize the Concepts of negative feedback to improve the stability of amplifiers and positive feedback to generate sustained oscillations

CO3

Design and realize different classes of Power Amplifiers and tuned amplifiers useable for audio and Radio applications.

CO4

Design Multivibrators and sweep circuits for various applications.

     

LINEAR IC APPLICATIONS

CO1

A thorough understanding of operational amplifiers with linear integrated circuits.

CO2

Attain the knowledge of functional diagrams and applications of IC 555 and IC 565

CO3

Acquire the knowledge about the Data converters.

     

ANALOG AND DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS LAB

CO1

To learn about FM,AM Modulation and De modulation

CO2

To learn about  DSB-SC, SSB-SC Modulator and Detector

CO3

To learn about FDM,PAM,PWM,PPM Modulation

CO4

To learn about . PCM Generation and Detection

CO5

To learn about . Generation and Detection (i) DPSK (ii) QPSK

     

IC APPLICATIONS LAB

CO1

Understand the internal operation of Op-Amp and its specifications.

CO2

Analyze                and    design    linear    applications   like            adder,       subs  tractor, instrumentation amplifier and etc. usingOp-Amp.

CO3

Analyze and design non linearapplications                like multiplier, comparator and etc, usingOp-Amp.

CO4

Classify various active filter configurations based on frequency response and construct using 741 Op-Amp.

CO5

Operate 555 timers in different modes like bistable, monostable and astable operations and study their applications.

     

ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT ANALYSIS LAB

CO1

Understand Electronic Circuit Analysis Theory in order to equip them with the necessary tools for the analysis of various Electronic Circuits.

CO2

Understand various electronic circuits and their analysis.

CO3

Classify various amplifiers.

CO4

Analyse transformer and direct coupled amplifiers and their frequency response considerations.

CO5

Analyse BJT & MOS amplifiers at low and high frequencies.

 B.TECH III/I SEM

SUBJECT

CO.NO.

COURSE OUTCOMES

MICROPROCESSORS AND MICROCONTROLLERS

CO1

Understands the internal architecture, organization and assembly language programming of 8086 processors.

CO2

Understands the internal architecture, organization and assembly language programming of 8051/controllers

CO3

Understands the interfacing techniques to 8086 and 8051 based systems.

CO4

Understands the internal architecture of ARM processors and basic concepts of advanced ARM processors.

     

Data Communications and Networks

CO1

Know the Categories and functions of various Data communication Networks

CO2

Design and analyze various error detection techniques

CO3

Demonstrate the mechanism of routing the data in network layer

CO4

Know the significance of various Flow control and Congestion control Mechanisms

CO5

Know the Functioning of various Application layer Protocols.

     

Control Systems

CO1

Understand the modeling of linear-time-invariant systems using transfer function and statespace representations.

CO2

Understand the concept of stability and its assessment for linear-time invariant systems

CO3

Design simple feedback controllers.

Business Economics & Financial Analysis

CO1

The students will understand the various Forms of Business and the impact of economic variables on the Business.

CO2

The Demand, Supply, Production, Cost, Market Structure, Pricing aspects are learnt.

CO3

The Students can study the firm’s financial position by analyzing the Financial Statements of a Company.

     

Computer Organization & Operating Systems

CO1

Able to visualize the organization of different blocks in a computer

CO2

Able to use micro-level operations to control different units in a computer

CO3

Able to use Operating systems in a computer.

     

Microprocessors & Microcontrollers Lab

CO1

Understand the detailed     schematics about 8086 microprocessor architecture.

CO2

Apply the program in 8086 microprocessor using assembly language program.

CO3

Demonstrate the interfacing circuit in real system.

CO4

Acquire knowledge of 8086 interrupt structure.

CO5

Demonstrate the hardware architecture of 8051 microcontroller.

     

Data Communications and Networks Lab

CO1

. Writing a TCL Script to create two nodes and links between nodes

CO2

Evaluate the performance of Drop Tail and RED queue management schemes

CO3

Evaluate the performance of TCP and UDP Protocols

CO4

Evaluate the performance of AODV and DSDV routing protocols

CO5

. Analyze the Protocols SCTP, ARP, NetBIOS, IPX VINES

     

Advanced Communication Skills Lab

CO1

Activities on Fundamentals of Inter-personal Communication and Building Vocabulary

CO2

Activities on Reading Comprehension

CO3

Activities on Writing Skills –

CO4

Activities on Presentation Skills

CO5

. Activities on Group Discussion and Interview Skills

     

Intellectual Property Rights

CO1

Introduction to Intellectual property

CO2

Trade Marks

CO3

Law of copy rights

CO4

Trade Secrets

CO5

development of intellectual property: new developments in trade mark law

COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

Program Specific Outcome’s (PSOs)

PSO1: An ability to apply Mathematical methodologies to solve the computational task, model real world problems using appropriate data structures and suitable Algorithms.

PSO2: The capability to design, implements, test and evaluate a Computer System, component or Algorithm to meet desired needs and to solve a computational problem.

PSO3: The capacity to apply standard practices and strategies in the field of software project development to deliver a quality product.

Programme Outcomes

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

2.  Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

3.  Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

4.  Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis, and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

6.  The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues, and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

7.  Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

8.  Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

9. Individual and teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

COURSE OUTCOMES

 

B.Tech CSE COURSE OUTCOMES

Computer

Oriented Statistical Methods

CO1

Ability to apply mathematical logic to solve problems

CO2

Understand sets, relations, functions, and discrete structures.

CO3

Able to use logical notation to define and reason about fundamental mathematical concepts such as sets, relations, and functions.

CO4

Able to formulate problems and solve recurrence relations

CO5

Able to model and solve real-world problems using graphs and trees.

 

Data Structures

CO1

Understand the concept of Object oriented programming through C++

CO2

Able to implement data structures such as Stacks, Queues and linked lists

CO3

Describe various data structures like binary trees, priority queues and hashing techniques.

CO4

Able to analyze and implement various kinds of searching and sorting techniques

CO5

Apply tree and graph traversal methods in real time applications.

 

Analog and Digital Electronics

CO1

Remembering to manipulate numeric information in different forms, e.g. different bases, signed integers, various codes such as ASCII, Gray, and BCD

CO2

Evaluate the theorems and postulates of Boolean algebra to manipulate simple Boolean expressions using and to minimize combinational functions.

Apply the K-Map to manipulate Boolean expressions and to minimize combinational functions.

CO3

Synthesize and design small combinational circuits and use standard combinational functions/building blocks to build larger more complex circuits.

CO4

Analyze and design small sequential circuits and devices and use standard sequential functions/building blocks to build larger & more complex circuits.

CO5

Understand memory organizations, PAL, PLA etc and Register Transfer and Micro operations.

 

 

 

 

 

Analog and Digital Electronics Lab

CO1

Remembering to manipulate numeric information in different forms, e.g. different bases, signed integers, various codes such as ASCII, Gray, and BCD

and different coding techniques, Error detection and correction codes.

CO2

Evaluate the theorems and postulates of Boolean algebra to manipulate simple Boolean expressions using and to minimize combinational functions.

Apply the K-Map to manipulate Boolean expressions and to minimize combinational functions.

CO3

Synthesize and design small combinational circuits and use standard combinational functions/building blocks to build larger more complex circuits.

CO4

Analyze and design small sequential circuits and devices and use standard sequential functions/building blocks to build larger & more complex circuits.

CO5

Understand memory organizations, PAL, PLA etc and Register Transfer and Micro operations.

C++

Programming Lab

CO1

Understand the concept of Object oriented programming through C++

CO2

Able to implement data structures such as Stacks, Queues and linked lists

CO3

Describe various data structures like binary trees, priority queues and hashing techniques.

CO4

Able to analyze and implement various kinds of searching and sorting techniques

CO5

Apply tree and graph traversal methods in real time applications.

 

IT Workshop

CO1

Apply knowledge for computer assembling and software installation.

CO2

Ability how to solve the trouble shooting problems.

CO3

Apply the tools for preparation of PPT, Documentation and budget sheet etc.

CO4

The Students should be able to learn assembly, dis-assembly of personal computer and make it functional by loading operating system.

CO5

A Student should be able to understand the basics of biotic and abiotic things present in the environment and their effects on environment.

Object Oriented Programming Using C++

CO1

Understand the basic concepts of oop’s through c++ programs

CO2

Apply inheritance and polymorphism

CO3

Use of error handling and multithreading

 

CO4

Implement data handling through files and database

 

CO5

Design of GUI applications

 

Computer Organization and Architecture

CO1

Understand organization of digital computers and basic principles and operations of different components the operation of fixed-point and floating-

point addition, subtraction, multiplication and division

CO2

Analyze Instruction formats classification based on number of operands, size of instruction, and way of accessing the data

CO3

Discuss pin description of 8086 microprocessor.

CO4

Apply Different ways of Communicating with I/O Devices and standard I/O interfaces

CO5

Design the various memory management techniques along with issues and challenges of main memory, virtual memory and file system

 

Data Structures Lab

CO1

Understand the concept of Object oriented programming through C++

CO2

Able to implement data structures such as Stacks, Queues and linked lists

CO3

Describe various data structures like binary trees, priority queues and hashing techniques.

CO4

Able to analyze and implement various kinds of searching and sorting techniques

CO5

Apply tree and graph traversal methods in real time applications.

     

Gender Sensitization Lab

CO1

Students will have developed a better understanding of important issues related to gender in contemporary India.

CO2

Students will attain a finer grasp of how gender discrimination works in our society and how to counter it.

CO3

Students will acquire insight into the gendered division of labour and its relation to politics and economics.

CO4

Men and women students and professionals will be better equipped to work and live together as equals.

CO5

Students will develop a sense of appreciation of women in all walks of life

Year/Sem: II/II

 

Discrete Mathematics

CO1

Ability to apply mathematical logic to solve problems

CO2

Understand sets, relations, functions, and discrete structures.

CO3

Able to use logical notation to define and reason about fundamental mathematical concepts such as sets, relations, and functions.

CO4

Able to formulate problems and solve recurrence relations

CO5

Able to model and solve real-world problems using graphs and trees.

Database Management

CO1

To identify the basic elements of a relational database management system.

CO2

To examine the data models and solve the relevant problems associated with it.

CO3

To design entity relationship model and convert entity relationship diagrams into RDBMS and formulate SQL queries on the data.

CO4

To correlate normalization for the development of application software and the use of SQL for database creation and maintenance.

CO5

To restate the storage structure and indexing technique for data storage.

OPERATING SYSTEMS

 

CO1

Understand the difference between different types of modern operating systems, virtual machines and their structure of implementation and

applications.

CO2

Use modern operating system calls and synchronization libraries in software/ hardware interfaces and customized algorithmic solutions for given

synchronization problems

 

CO3

Identify the rationale behind various memory management techniques along with issues and challenges of main memory, virtual memory and

performance of page replacement algorithms.

 

CO4

Compare and Contrast different file system interface implementations and disk management

 

 

Java Programming

CO1

Understand the basic concepts of oop’s through java programs

CO2

Apply inheritance and polymorphism

CO3

Use of error handling and multithreading

CO4

Implement data handling through files and database

CO5

Design of GUI applications

Business

Economics and Financial Analysis

CO1

Understand the various Forms of Business.

CO2

Learnt the Demand, Supply, Production, Cost, Market Structure, Pricing aspects are learnt

CO3

Study the firm’s financial position by analyzing the Financial Statements of a Company.

CO4

Understand the impact of economic variables on the Business.

CO5

Gain the knowledge on the production theories and cost analysis while dealing with the production and the concept of break even analysis

Java Programming Lab

CO1

Understand the basic concepts of oop’s through java programs

 

CO2

Apply inheritance and polymorphism

 

CO3

Use of error handling and multithreading

 

CO4

Implement data handling through files and database

 

CO5

Design of GUI applications

 

Database Management

CO1

To identify the basic elements of a relational database management system.

 

CO2

To examine the data models and solve the relevant problems associated with it.

 

CO3

To design entity relationship model and convert entity relationship diagrams into RDBMS and formulate SQL queries on the data.

 

CO4

To correlate normalization for the development of application software and the use of SQL for database creation and maintenance.

 

CO5

To restate the storage structure and indexing technique for data storage.

 

 

Operating Systems Lab

CO1

Understand the difference between different types of modern operating systems, virtual machines and their structure of implementation and

applications.

 

CO2

Use modern operating system calls and synchronization libraries in software/ hardware interfaces and customized algorithmic solutions for given

synchronization problems

 

CO3

Identify the rationale behind various memory management techniques along with issues and challenges of main memory, virtual memory and

performance of page replacement algorithms.

 

CO4

Compare and Contrast different file system interface implementations and disk management

 

CO5

Recognize the issues related to deadlocks and system protection

 

Year/Sem: III/I

 

 

SCRIPTING LANGUAGE

CO1

Describe the concept of abstract machines like DFA & NFA problems and FA with outputs and their power to recognize the languages

 

CO2

Apply finite state machines to solve problems in computing

 

CO3

Understand Regular grammars, languages and ability to construct grammars for specific tasks, context-free grammars, languages, derivations and parse

Trees

 

CO4

Design the model of Push down Automata that accepts Context free language and Turing Machine for accepting recursive enumerable languages

 

CO5

Understand the principles of computability and complexity including decision problems, halting problems and basic complexity classes such as P and NP.

 

           

 

 

Computer Networks

CO1

Identify the fundamental concepts of computer networking.

CO2

Analyze the basic taxonomy and terminology of the computer networking area.

CO3

Determine advanced networking concepts, preparing for entry to advanced courses in computer networking.

CO4

The students will have gain expertise in specific areas of networking such as the design and maintenance of individual networks.

CO5

Organize the concepts of Encryption and Decryption of data in different formats in computer networking.

 

Software Engineering

CO1

Understand the basic software engineering methods and practices, and their appropriate application.

CO2

Describe data models, object models, context models and behavioral models

CO3

Design and evaluate large-scale software systems

CO4

Explain the approaches to verification and validation including static analysis and reviews

CO5

Illustrate the managing time, processes and resources effectively by prioritizing competing demands

 

Web Technologies

CO1

Create web pages using HTML and PHP.

CO2

Identify the difference between the HTML PHP and XML documents

CO3

Identify the engineering structural design of XML and parse tree

CO4

Analyze the difference between and PHP and XML.

CO5

Understand the concept of JAVA SCRIPTS.

 

Image Processing

CO1

Demonstrate the knowledge of the basic concepts of two-dimensional signal acquisition, sampling, and quantization

CO2

Demonstrate the knowledge of filtering techniques

CO3

Demonstrate the knowledge of 2D transformation techniques.

CO4

Demonstrate the knowledge of image enhancement, segmentation, restoration and compression techniques

CO5

Provide a theoretical and mathematical foundation of fundamental Digital Image Processing concepts.

 

Advanced Operating Systems

CO1

Understand the difference between different types of modern operating systems, virtual machines and their structure of implementation and applications.

CO2

Use modern operating system calls and synchronization libraries in software/ hardware interfaces and customized algorithmic solutions for given

synchronization problems

CO3

Identify the rationale behind various memory management techniques along with issues and challenges of main memory, virtual memory and

performance of page replacement algorithms.

CO4

Compare and Contrast different file system interface implementations and disk management

CO5

Recognize the issues related to deadlocks and system protection

 

Computer

Networks and Web Technologies

CO1

Identify the fundamental concepts of computer networking.

CO2

Analyze the basic taxonomy and terminology of the computer networking area.

CO3

Determine advanced networking concepts, preparing for entry to advanced courses in computer networking.

CO4

Recognize and evaluate website organizational structure and design elements, and Communicate their evaluations orally and in writing.

CO5

Demonstrate an understanding of modeling as a design technique, identify and create class and state models for given case study.

 

Software Engineering Lab

CO1

Understand the basic software engineering methods and practices, and their appropriate application.

CO2

Describe data models, object models, context models and behavioral models

CO3

Design and evaluate large-scale software systems

CO4

Explain the approaches to verification and validation including static analysis and reviews

CO5

Illustrate the managing time, processes and resources effectively by prioritizing competing demands

ADVANCED

COMMUNICATIONS SKILLS LAB

CO1

Better Understanding of nuances of language through audio- visual experience and group activities.

CO2

Neutralization of accent for intelligibility.

CO3

Speaking with clarity and confidence thereby enhancing employability skills of the students.

CO4

Elobarate sentences with advacedvocabulary, and punctuation and compose complex paragraphs about academic topics.

CO5

Evaluate the specific generes of technical communication , technical abstracts and reports.

 

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO’s)

PEO1: To provide students with a foundation in the principles of Computer Science, including Mathematics and basic engineering necessary to find answers to the technological issues of modern society.

PEO2: To train the students in problem solving skills in design, development and analysis for interpretation and synthesis of data and create awareness for lifelong learning.

PEO3: To provide students with specialized knowledge in focused areas of their choice, in order to strengthen them to make contributions to a specific discipline and pursue post-graduation or research.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Program Specific Outcome’s (PSOs)

PSO1: An ability to understand the principles and development methodologies of Computer Systems. Students can assess the hardware of Computer Systems and possess professional skills and knowledge of the software design processes.

PSO2: The caliber to apply standard Software Engineering practices and strategies in real-time software project development to deliver quality products for the organization’s success.

PSO3: The capability to use knowledge in various domains to identify research gaps and hence to provide solutions to new ideas and innovations.

Programme Outcomes

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

1.  Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

2.  Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

3.  Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

4.  Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

5.  Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

6.  The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

7.  Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

8.  Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

9.  Individual and teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

10.  Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

11.  Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

12.  Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

COURSE OUTCOMES

 

B.Tech IT COURSE OUTCOMES

Computer

Oriented Statistical Methods

CO1

Ability to apply mathematical logic to solve problems

CO2

Understand sets, relations, functions, and discrete structures.

CO3

Able to use logical notation to define and reason about fundamental mathematical concepts such as sets, relations, and functions.

CO4

Able to formulate problems and solve recurrence relations

CO5

Able to model and solve real-world problems using graphs and trees.

 

 

Data Structures

CO1

Understand the concept of Object oriented programming through C++

CO2

Able to implement data structures such as Stacks, Queues and linked lists

CO3

Describe various data structures like binary trees, priority queues and hashing techniques.

CO4

Able to analyze and implement various kinds of searching and sorting techniques

CO5

Apply tree and graph traversal methods in real time applications.

 

Analog and Digital Electronics

CO1

Remembering to manipulate numeric information in different forms, e.g. different bases, signed integers, various codes such as ASCII, Gray, and BCD

CO2

Evaluate the theorems and postulates of Boolean algebra to manipulate simple Boolean expressions using and to minimize combinational functions.

Apply the K-Map to manipulate Boolean expressions and to minimize combinational functions.

CO3

Synthesize and design small combinational circuits and use standard combinational functions/building blocks to build larger more complex circuits.

CO4

Analyze and design small sequential circuits and devices and use standard sequential functions/building blocks to build larger & more complex circuits.

CO5

Understand memory organizations, PAL, PLA etc and Register Transfer and Micro operations.

Analog and Digital Electronics Lab

CO1

Remembering to manipulate numeric information in different forms, e.g. different bases, signed integers, various codes such as ASCII, Gray, and BCD

and different coding techniques, Error detection and correction codes.

CO2

Evaluate the theorems and postulates of Boolean algebra to manipulate simple Boolean expressions using and to minimize combinational functions.

Apply the K-Map to manipulate Boolean expressions and to minimize combinational functions.

CO3

Synthesize and design small combinational circuits and use standard combinational functions/building blocks to build larger more complex circuits.

CO4

Analyze and design small sequential circuits and devices and use standard sequential functions/building blocks to build larger & more complex circuits.

CO5

Understand memory organizations, PAL, PLA etc and Register Transfer and Micro operations.

C++

Programming Lab

CO1

Understand the concept of Object oriented programming through C++

CO2

Able to implement data structures such as Stacks, Queues and linked lists

CO3

Describe various data structures like binary trees, priority queues and hashing techniques.

CO4

Able to analyze and implement various kinds of searching and sorting techniques

CO5

Apply tree and graph traversal methods in real time applications.

 

IT Workshop

CO1

Apply knowledge for computer assembling and software installation.

CO2

Ability how to solve the trouble shooting problems.

CO3

Apply the tools for preparation of PPT, Documentation and budget sheet etc.

CO4

The Students should be able to learn assembly, dis-assembly of personal computer and make it functional by loading operating system.

CO5

A Student should be able to understand the basics of biotic and abiotic things present in the environment and their effects on environment.

bject

iented ramming ng C++

CO1

Understand the basic concepts of oop’s through c++ programs

CO2

Apply inheritance and polymorphism

CO3

Use of error handling and multithreading

 

O

Or Progusi

CO4

Implement data handling through files and database

CO5

Design of GUI applications

Computer Organization and Architecture

CO1

Understand organization of digital computers and basic principles and operations of different components the operation of fixed-point and floating-

point addition, subtraction, multiplication and division

CO2

Analyze Instruction formats classification based on number of operands, size of instruction, and way of accessing the data

CO3

Discuss pin description of 8086 microprocessor.

CO4

Apply Different ways of Communicating with I/O Devices and standard I/O interfaces

CO5

Design the various memory management techniques along with issues and challenges of main memory, virtual memory and file system

 

Data Structures Lab

CO1

Understand the concept of Object oriented programming through C++

CO2

Able to implement data structures such as Stacks, Queues and linked lists

CO3

Describe various data structures like binary trees, priority queues and hashing techniques.

CO4

Able to analyze and implement various kinds of searching and sorting techniques

CO5

Apply tree and graph traversal methods in real time applications.

Gender Sensitization Lab

CO1

Students will have developed a better understanding of important issues related to gender in contemporary India.

CO2

Students will attain a finer grasp of how gender discrimination works in our society and how to counter it.

CO3

Students will acquire insight into the gendered division of labour and its relation to politics and economics.

CO4

Men and women students and professionals will be better equipped to work and live together as equals.

CO5

Students will develop a sense of appreciation of women in all walks of life

Year/Sem: II/II

Discrete Mathematics

CO1

Ability to apply mathematical logic to solve problems

CO2

Understand sets, relations, functions, and discrete structures.

CO3

Able to use logical notation to define and reason about fundamental mathematical concepts such as sets, relations, and functions.

CO4

Able to formulate problems and solve recurrence relations

CO5

Able to model and solve real-world problems using graphs and trees.

Database Management Systems

CO1

To identify the basic elements of a relational database management system.

CO2

To examine the data models and solve the relevant problems associated with it.

CO3

To design entity relationship model and convert entity relationship diagrams into RDBMS and formulate SQL queries on the data.

CO4

To correlate normalization for the development of application software and the use of SQL for database creation and maintenance.

CO5

To restate the storage structure and indexing technique for data storage.

 

Systems

CO1

Understand the difference between different types of modern operating systems, virtual machines and their structure of implementation and

applications.

CO2

Use modern operating system calls and synchronization libraries in software/ hardware interfaces and customized algorithmic solutions for given

synchronization problems

 

 

Operating

CO3

Identify the rationale behind various memory management techniques along with issues and challenges of main memory, virtual memory and

performance of page replacement algorithms.

CO4

Compare and Contrast different file system interface implementations and disk management

CO5

Recognize the issues related to deadlocks and system protection

 

Java Programming

CO1

Understand the basic concepts of oop’s through java programs

CO2

Apply inheritance and polymorphism

CO3

Use of error handling and multithreading

CO4

Implement data handling through files and database

CO5

Design of GUI applications

Business

Economics and Financial Analysis

CO1

Understand the various Forms of Business.

CO2

Learnt the Demand, Supply, Production, Cost, Market Structure, Pricing aspects are learnt

CO3

Study the firm’s financial position by analyzing the Financial Statements of a Company.

CO4

Understand the impact of economic variables on the Business.

CO5

Gain the knowledge on the production theories and cost analysis while dealing with the production and the concept of break even analysis

Java Programming Lab

CO1

Understand the basic concepts of oop’s through java programs

CO2

Apply inheritance and polymorphism

CO3

Use of error handling and multithreading

CO4

Implement data handling through files and database

CO5

Design of GUI applications

Database Management Systems Lab

CO1

To identify the basic elements of a relational database management system.

CO2

To examine the data models and solve the relevant problems associated with it.

CO3

To design entity relationship model and convert entity relationship diagrams into RDBMS and formulate SQL queries on the data.

CO4

To correlate normalization for the development of application software and the use of SQL for database creation and maintenance.

CO5

To restate the storage structure and indexing technique for data storage.

 

Operating Systems Lab

CO1

Understand the difference between different types of modern operating systems, virtual machines and their structure of implementation and

applications.

CO2

Use modern operating system calls and synchronization libraries in software/ hardware interfaces and customized algorithmic solutions for given

synchronization problems

CO3

Identify the rationale behind various memory management techniques along with issues and challenges of main memory, virtual memory and

performance of page replacement algorithms.

CO4

Compare and Contrast different file system interface implementations and disk management

CO5

Recognize the issues related to deadlocks and system protection

Year/Sem: III/I

 

 

CO1

Describe the concept of abstract machines like DFA & NFA problems and FA with outputs and their power to recognize the languages

 

 

Formal Languages an AutomataTheory

CO2

Apply finite state machines to solve problems in computing

CO3

Understand Regular grammars, languages and ability to construct grammars for specific tasks, context-free grammars, languages, derivations and parse

trees

CO4

Design the model of Push down Automata that accepts Context free language and Turing Machine for accepting recursive enumerable languages

CO5

Understand the principles of computability and complexity including decision problems, halting problems and basic complexity classes such as P and NP.

 

Computer Networks

CO1

Identify the fundamental concepts of computer networking.

CO2

Analyze the basic taxonomy and terminology of the computer networking area.

CO3

Determine advanced networking concepts, preparing for entry to advanced courses in computer networking.

CO4

The students will have gain expertise in specific areas of networking such as the design and maintenance of individual networks.

CO5

Organize the concepts of Encryption and Decryption of data in different formats in computer networking.

 

Software Engineering

CO1

Understand the basic software engineering methods and practices, and their appropriate application.

CO2

Describe data models, object models, context models and behavioral models

CO3

Design and evaluate large-scale software systems

CO4

Explain the approaches to verification and validation including static analysis and reviews

CO5

Illustrate the managing time, processes and resources effectively by prioritizing competing demands

 

Web Technologies

CO1

Create web pages using HTML and PHP.

CO2

Identify the difference between the HTML PHP and XML documents

CO3

Identify the engineering structural design of XML and parse tree

CO4

Analyze the difference between and PHP and XML.

CO5

Understand the concept of JAVA SCRIPTS.

 

Image Processing

CO1

Demonstrate the knowledge of the basic concepts of two-dimensional signal acquisition, sampling, and quantization

CO2

Demonstrate the knowledge of filtering techniques

CO3

Demonstrate the knowledge of 2D transformation techniques.

CO4

Demonstrate the knowledge of image enhancement, segmentation, restoration and compression techniques

CO5

Provide a theoretical and mathematical foundation of fundamental Digital Image Processing concepts.

 

Advanced Operating Systems

CO1

Understand the difference between different types of modern operating systems, virtual machines and their structure of implementation and applications.

CO2

Use modern operating system calls and synchronization libraries in software/ hardware interfaces and customized algorithmic solutions for given

synchronization problems

CO3

Identify the rationale behind various memory management techniques along with issues and challenges of main memory, virtual memory and

performance of page replacement algorithms.

CO4

Compare and Contrast different file system interface implementations and disk management

CO5

Recognize the issues related to deadlocks and system protection

     

 

Computer

Networks and Web Technologies

CO1

Identify the fundamental concepts of computer networking.

CO2

Analyze the basic taxonomy and terminology of the computer networking area.

CO3

Determine advanced networking concepts, preparing for entry to advanced courses in computer networking.

CO4

Recognize and evaluate website organizational structure and design elements, and Communicate their evaluations orally and in writing.

CO5

Demonstrate an understanding of modeling as a design technique, identify and create class and state models for given case study.

 

Software Engineering Lab

CO1

Understand the basic software engineering methods and practices, and their appropriate application.

CO2

Describe data models, object models, context models and behavioral models

CO3

Design and evaluate large-scale software systems

CO4

Explain the approaches to verification and validation including static analysis and reviews

CO5

Illustrate the managing time, processes and resources effectively by prioritizing competing demands

ADVANCED COMMUNICATIO NS SKILLS LAB

CO1

Better Understanding of nuances of language through audio- visual experience and group activities.

CO2

Neutralization of accent for intelligibility.

CO3

Speaking with clarity and confidence thereby enhancing employability skills of the students.

CO4

Elobarate sentences with advacedvocabulary, and punctuation and compose complex paragraphs about academic topics.

CO5

Evaluate the specific generes of technical communication , technical abstracts and reports.

 

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO’s)

PEO1: Implement computing solutions for real-world problems and carry out basic and applied research leading to innovations in Information Technology (IT) and related interdisciplinary areas.

PEO2: Apply knowledge of societal impacts of information technologies in the course of their career related activities ethically and appropriately.

PEO3: To inculcate professional-social ethics, team work in students and acquaint them with requisite technical and managerial skills to attain a successful career.

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

1. To prepare students for successful careers in Indian and multinational industries/companies   engaged in thermal systems, manufacturing processes, machine design and the related fields.

2. To develop the ability among students to understand and synthesize data/information and technical concepts for application to product/system/process design.

3. To prepare students to be able to work as part of teams on multidisciplinary projects involving professional ethics and codes of professional practice.

4. To develop the ability among the students for taking research/teaching assignments.

Programme Outcomes

The Programmed Outcomes (POs) of the B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering) programmed are listed below: Engineering Graduates will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate basic knowledge of mathematics, sciences, and mechanical engineering and essential computational techniques/procedures that aid in problem-solving and be in a position to face competitive examinations.
  2. Identify, critically analyze, formulate, and solve mechanical engineering problems.
  3. Design a system, a component, or a process in the domain of mechanical engineering, prepare a model, conduct experiments, analyze and interpret data.
  4. Visualize and work in engineering and science laboratories on multidisciplinary tasks as teams, conduct investigations, and solve complex problems.
  5. Use modern engineering tools, equipment, processes, and state-of-the-art software packages on modeling and analysis for solving problems.
  6. Demonstrate an understanding of the impact of engineering solutions on society to ensure that no ill effects befall, and also be aware of contemporary issues.
  7. Understand the impact of engineering solutions on the environment to mitigate any ill effects and ensure the sustainability of solutions arrived at.
  8. Possess knowledge, understanding, and application of professional and ethical responsibilities and human values in all professional transactions.
  9. Utilize the ability to work as individuals as well as team members on engineering problems and be able to understand group dynamics and play their role appropriately in the group and develop entrepreneurial skills.
  10. Communicate effectively in both verbal and written form.
  11. Administer and execute projects with an emphasis on time management, financial management, and personnel management.
  12. Develop a penchant for self-education, inclination for updating with developments, participate in professional societies, interact with stalwarts in the field, and continue life-long learning.
COURSE OUTCOMES

 

B.Tech ME Course Outcomes II-I

Subject Name

Environmental Studies

Subject Code

CO No.

Course Outcome

A30009

CO1

Able to explain definition, scope and importance about ecosystem.`

 

CO2

Able to explain the students to realize the importance of the sustainable use of natural resources

 

CO3

Able to describe the Biodiversity and Biotic Resources

 

CO4

To make the students aware of the impacts of human actions on environment and measures to minimize and mitigate them

 

CO5

To identify the measures for controlling various pollution.

     

Subject Name

Probability and Statistics

Subject Code

CO No.

Course Outcome

A30008

CO1

Identify the single random variables and probability statistics

 

CO2

Calculate mean and proportions and to make important decisions useful for unmanageably huge populations.

 

CO3

Able to analyze the expected queue length, the ideal time, the traffic intensity and the waiting time.

 

CO4

Able to find the limiting probabilities and the probabilities in nth state.

 

CO5

Recognition of statistical properties for the random variables provide good insight and essential for industrial applications.

     

Subject Name

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Subject Code

CO No.

Course Outcome

A30203

CO1

Determine basic electrical circuit elements in series, parallel, star-delt&delt-star transformation.

 

CO2

Identify principal of operation of DC generator,

 

CO3

Single phase transformer their efficient. Losses and applications

 

CO4

Determine diode and its characteristics

 

CO5

Recognize PNP, NPN transistors. Cathode-ray Oscillos scope its application and characteristics.

     

Subject Name

Mechanics of Solids

Subject Code

CO No.

Course Outcome

A30104

CO1

Applying the theory of elasticity including strain/displacement and Hooke’s law relationships

 

CO2

Apply shear force and bending moment diagrams to analyze the resistance offered by the beam and able to solve practical problems in real world scenario

 

CO3

To solve for stresses and deflections of beams under unsymmetrical loading and to locate the shear center of thin wall beams

 

CO4

Apply various failure criteria for general stress states at points

 

CO5

Solve torsion problems in bars and thin walled members

     

Subject Name

Thermodynamics

Subject Code

CO No.

Course Outcome

A30306

CO1

The student will be able to understand the basic concept of thermodynamics like systems, process etc .

 

CO2

The student will be able to understand the laws of thermodynamics and also they know how to apply the laws of thermodynamics

 

CO3

To estimate the condition of steam and use of Mollier chart.

 

CO4

Use of Psychometric charts and estimate various essential properties related to psychometric and processes

 

CO5

The student will understand and analyze the thermodynamic cycles and evaluate performance parameters

     

Subject Name

Metallurgy and Materials Science

Subject Code

A31803

CO No.

Course Outcome

CO1

Analyze the Structure of materials at different levels, basic concepts of crystalline materials like unit cell, FCC, BCC, Co-ordination Number etc.

CO2

Understanding the concept of phase & phase diagram. Construction and identification of phase diagrams and reactions

 

CO3

Understand the heat treatment process & types. Significance of properties Vs microstructure. Surface hardening & its types. Introduce the concept of hardenability & demonstrate the test used to find hardenability of steels Understanding

 

CO4

Analyze the continuous cooling curves and interpretation of final microstructures

 

CO5

Understand the different types of alloys and their properties

     

Subject Name

Electrical and Electronics Engineering  Lab

Subject Code

A30281

CO No.

Course Outcome

CO1

This test gives student approach in calculating total losses in a given transformer.

CO2

Efficiency of a 3-phase squirrel cage Induction motor by performing brake test without actually applying direct mechanical loads.

CO3

Able to recognize how to vary speed of a dc shunt motor above rated and below rated speeds.

CO4

To calculate efficiency of a dc shunt motor theoretically without actually applying any sort of mechanical load on motor

CO5

The effects of varying primary voltage of a transformer and there by getting desired voltage on secondary.

     

Subject Name

Metallurgy and Mechanics of Solids Lab

Subject Code

A30085

CO No.

Course Outcome

CO1

To study the Micro Structure of pure metals like Iron, Cu and Al.

CO2

Preparation and study of the Microstructure of Mild steels, low carbon steels, high – C steels.

CO3

Study of the Micro structures of Heat treated steels, Harden ability of steels by Jiminy End Quench Test.

CO4

To find out the hardness of various treated and untreated steels

CO5

In MOS lab students recognize how to evaluate the behavior of various materials used in the structures under various conditions.

 

Course Outcomes II-II

Subject Name

Production Technology

Subject Code

CO No.

Course Outcome

A40312

CO1

Understand pattern making and the different types of allowances of pattern used in casting & analyze the components of mould.

 

CO2

Get the idea for selecting materials for patterns.

 

CO3

Design core, core print and gating system in metal casting processes.

 

CO4

Understand the arc, gas, solid state and resistance welding processes.

 

CO5

Develop process-maps for metal forming processes using plasticity principles

     

Subject Name

Kinematics of Machinery

Subject Code

CO No.

Course Outcome

A403092

CO1

Able to determine the basic concepts mechanisms of links.

 

CO2

Able to recognize velocity and acceleration diagram in order to evaluate the inertia forces in mechanism and machines.

 

CO3

Able to identify the concept of steering gear mechanism, types and Hooke’s joint with respect to an automobile.

 

CO4

Able to recognize the concept pf toothed gears and selection different types of gear trains in order obtain required velocity ratios

 

CO5

Able to determine transmission power by various means and their advantages and limitations

     

Subject Name

Thermal Engineering-1

Subject Code

CO No.

Course Outcome

A40313

CO1

 

The student should be able to evaluate the performance of IC engines and compressors under the given operating conditions

CO2

Understand the functionality of the major components of the IC Engines and effects of operating conditions on their performance

CO3

Understand Various types of compressors and their functioning

CO4

Understand & evaluate Parameters of Performance, Actual Cycle, Closed and Semi-Closed Cycle , Regeneration , Intercooling and Reheating of Gas turbines

CO5

Apply the laws of Thermodynamics to evaluate the performance of Refrigeration and air-conditioning cycles.

     

Subject Name

Mechanics of Fluids and Hydraulic Machines

Subject Code

CO No.

Course Outcome

A40112

CO1

Understand the concepts of fluid properties like specific gravity, viscosity, density, surface tension.

CO2

Determine the pressure head of a fluid in a pipe by using manometer.

CO3

Understand the friction losses while flowing through a pipe and also used for the designing of pipeline network.

CO4

Understand the minor losses and evaluate the performance of a fluid transport system.

CO5

This study is used for the hydraulic strictures.

   

Subject Name

Machine Drawing

Subject Code

CO No.

Course Outcome

A40310

CO1

Determine the principles and requirements of the machine drawings.

CO2

Identify the various symbols used in machine drawing.

CO3

Recognize the principles and requirements of various Assembly drawings.

CO4

Drawing of different machine components

CO5

Imagine and drawing the assembly by seeing the components given.

   

Subject Name

Mathematics II

Subject Code

CO No.

Course Outcome

A40310

CO1

Able to solve the scalar point function and vector point function, gradient, divergence and curl and their related properties.

 

CO2

Able to solve Fourier series of even and odd functions.

 

CO3

Able to do numerical integration differentiation using Simpson rule & trapezoidal rule.

 

CO4

Able to solve  numerical solutions for ordinary differentiation equation & partial differentiation equation

 

CO5

Able to solve boundary value Eigen value problems.

     

Subject Name

Production Technology Lab

Subject Code

CO No.

Course Outcome

A40310

CO1

Ability to recognize the basic manufacturing process of casting process and prepare pattern and moulds and welding.

 

CO2

Determine the principle of spot welding and perform spot welding of given plates.

 

CO3

Ability to identify the various press working operations and various parts of hydraulic press

 

CO4

Ability to perform operations such as drawing, extrusion, bending operations on presses

 

CO5

Ability to recognize the various types of plastics and perform operations such as injection and blow molding

 

 

 

Subject Name

Mechanics of Fluids and Hydraulic Lab

Subject Code

CO No.

Course Outcome

A40188

CO1

After completion of experiment will able to determine performance of pelton wheel.

 

CO2

After completion of experiment will able to recognize performance of Francis turbine.

 

CO3

After completion of experiment will able to identify performance of reciprocating pump.

 

CO4

After completion of experiment will able to determine performance of centrifugal pump.

 

CO5

After completion of experiment will able to identify the coefficient of discharge of venture meter or orifice meter

 

Course Outcomes III-I

Subject Name

Managerial Economics and Financial Analysis

Subject Code

CO No.

Course Outcome

A50010

CO1

To determine the basics of Demand Analysis, and Elasticity of demand.

 

CO2

Able to describe Production functions, cost analysis, Break –even Analysis

 

CO3

To explain the Types of competitions and markets, methods of pricing, and about changing Business environment

 

CO4

To recognize evaluation of capital Budgeting

 

CO5

To introduce to Accounting concepts and conventions, and Financial Analysis

     

Subject Name

Engineering Metrology

Subject Code

CO No.

Course Outcome

A50318

CO1

The Procedure to find Tolerance, allowance, limits and types of fits.

CO2

The concept of Taylor’s principle, design of go & NOGO gauges.

CO3

Methods of gear tooth profile measurement, measurement of diameter, pitch, pressure angle & tooth thickness.

CO4

To determine the differences between Surface roughness and surface waviness.

CO5

Various types of comparators, Elements of measurement, Requirements of Machine tool Alignment Tests.

     

Subject Name

Dynamics of Machinery

Subject Code

CO No.

Course Outcome

A50317

CO1

 

To determine the gyroscopic couple and to calculate static and dynamics forces for rotating & reciprocating machines

CO2

 

Understand & design the various machine members like shafts, bearings, gears, belts & chains and various I.C. Engine Components & Machine tool parts.

CO3

 

Understand the various types of governor’s working principle, Various parameters  and their efficiency

CO4

 

To evaluate the various types of vibrations using Dunkerly’s method –,Raleigh’s method in calculating natural frequency and forces caused by Vibrations.

CO5

 

Understanding Various types of brakes, dynamometers theirs working principle and methods of operation

   

Subject Name

Machine Tools

Subject Code

CO No.

Course Outcome

A50321

CO1

Ability to determine the basic process of metal cutting.

CO2

Identify the principle and working of lathe machines.

CO3

Identify the principle and working of shaping, slotting and planning machines.

CO4

 

Determine the principle and working of Milling machine and Broaching machine and calculate the machining time

CO5

Able to explain different types of finishing processes.

     

Subject Name

Design of Machine Members – I

Subject Code

CO No.

Course Outcome

A50316

CO1

Demonstrate ability to welding and conduct experiments, analyze and interpret data.

CO2

Apply the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering Practice with the concept of virtual work.

CO3

Recognize the need for, and an ability to engage in self education and life-long Learning.

CO4

Apply forecasting techniques for different types of products.

CO5

Apply stochastic models for discrete and continuous variables to design products.

Subject Name

Thermal Engineering – II

Subject Code

CO No.

Course Outcome

A50326

CO1

Determine the efficiency and output of a modern Rankine cycle steam power plant from given data, including superheat, reheat, regeneration, and irreversibility’s

CO2

Calculate the heat rate, fan power consumption, flame temperature and combustion air requirements of conventional steam generators.

CO3

Select the heat transfer tubes needed for condensers and feed water heaters

CO4

Calculate the performance of gas turbines with reheat and regeneration, and discuss the performance of combined cycle power plants

CO5

Perform the preliminary design of the major components or systems of a conventional or alternate power plant.

     

Subject Name

Machine Tools & Metrology Lab

Subject Code

CO No.

Course Outcome

A50384

CO1

Ability to determine the uses of precision measuring instruments such as Vernier calipers, micrometers.

 

CO2

Ability to identify the principle of working and measuring dimensions of small components.

CO3

Ability to recognize the concept of surface roughness.

CO4

Ability to identify the principle and working of lathe and shaper.

CO5

Ability to determine the principle and working of Drilling and Milling.

   

Subject Name

Thermal Engineering  Lab

Subject Code

CO No.

Course Outcome

A50383

CO1

To analyze the performance of the compressor of 4strokediesel engine.

CO2

Disassembly and assembly of I.C engine recognize the internal components and their functionality.

CO3

Analyze the working of different types of boilers.

CO4

Determine the components and working of a refrigeration cycle.

CO5

Value timing diagram will make the student understand the operation of inlet and exhaust valves in a cycle.

CIVIL ENGINEERING

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs):(or) Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

1. Shall be able to analyse, design and use skills in order to formulate and solve Civil Engineering problems.

2. Shall be able to practice Civil Engineering in a responsible, professional and ethical manner and implement eco-friendly sustainable technologies for the benefit of industry as well as society.

3. Shall take up higher education and engage in research & development in Civil Engineering as well as applied areas of science & technology.

4. Shall develop an understanding of multi discrepancy approach and an ability to relate engineering issues to broader social and human context, in which their engineering contributions will be utilized.

5. Shall learn to communicate their ideas in collaboration with other members of Civil Engineering teams.

Programme Outcomes (POs)

PO: 1 Engineering knowledge: Graduates are expected to apply knowledge of science and mathematics in civil engineering problems

PO: 2 Problem analyses:  Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PO: 3 Design/development of solutions Graduates will be able to use modern engineering  Software, skills, and computing tools required for solving various civil engineering problems.

Po: 4 Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

PO: 5Modern tool usage Graduates will be able to provide the engineering solutions in effective and ingenious ways by making use of graphs and tables etc.

PO: 6 The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

PO: 7 Environment and sustainability:  Graduates will be able to analyze and design the structures as well as to conduct experiments and interpret observations for reporting the results.

PO: 8 Ethics: Graduates are expected to be ethically responsible citizens. Graduates are expected to put civil engineering knowledge in practical.

PO: 9 Individual and teamwork:  Graduates will be able to function individually as well as member of multidisciplinary teams to solve engineering and multidisciplinary problems with leadership qualities

PO: 10 Communication: Graduates are expected to build up communication skills for sharing innovative ideas effectively.

PO: 11 Project management and finance Graduates will be able to create awareness on contemporary issues and impact of engineering solutions on society.

PO: 12 Life-long learning: Graduates will be able to recognize the need for new engineering tools from experience and problems faced by civil engineers in the past.

COURSE OUTCOMES

B.Tech. CIVIL COURSE OUTCOME

Surveying and Geomatics

CO1

Apply the knowledge to calculate angles, distances and levels

CO2

Identify data collection methods and prepare field notes

CO3

Understand the working principles of survey instruments, measurement errors and corrective measures

CO4

Interpret survey data and compute areas and volumes, levels by different type of equipment and relate the knowledge to the modern equipment and methodologies

CO5

Photogrammetry Surveying:

Engineering Geology

CO1

Site characterization and how to collect, analyze, and report geologic data using standards in engineering practice

CO2

The fundamentals of the engineering properties of Earth materials and fluids.

CO3

Rock mass characterization and the mechanics of planar rock slides and topples

CO4

Able to estimate seepage, stresses under various loading conditions and compaction characteristics

CO5

Geology of Dams, Reservoirs, and Tunnels

Strength of Materials – I

CO1

Describe the concepts and principles, understand the theory of elasticity including strain/displacement and Hooke’s law relationships; and perform calculations, related to the strength of structured and mechanical components.

CO2

Recognize various types loads applied on structural components of simple framing geometries and understand the nature of internal stresses that will develop within the components.

CO3

To evaluate the strains and deformation that will result due to the elastic stresses developed within the materials for simple types of loading

CO4

Analyze various situations involving structural members subjected to plane stresses by application of Mohr’s circle of stress;

CO5

Frame an idea to design a system, component, or process

Probability and Statistics

CO1

The ideas of probability and random variables and various discrete and continuous probability distributions and their properties.

CO2

The basic ideas of statistics including measures of central tendency, correlation and regression.

CO3

The statistical methods of studying data samples

CO4

Applied Statistics 10L Curve fitting by the method of least squares

CO5

Testing of Hypothesis 10L Test of significance:

Fluid Mechanics

CO1

Understand the broad principles of fluid statics, kinematics and dynamics

CO2

Understand definitions of the basic terms used in fluid mechanics and characteristics of fluids and its flow

CO3

Understand classifications of fluid flow

CO4

Be able to apply the continuity, momentum and energy principles

CO5

To prepare a student to build a good fundamental background useful in the applicationintensive courses covering hydraulics, hydraulic machinery and hydrology

Surveying Lab

CO1

Apply the principle of surveying for civil Engineering Applications

CO2

To determining R.L.’s areas and volumes

CO3

Calculation of areas, Drawing plans and contour maps using different measuring equipment at field level

CO4

To draw Plans and Maps

CO5

Write a technical laboratory report

Strength of Materials Lab

CO1

Configure & Operate a data acquisition system using various testing machines of solid materials

CO2

Compute and Analyze engineering values (e.g. stress or strain) from laboratory measurements.

CO3

Introduce experimental procedures and common measurement instruments, equipment, devices.

CO4

Exposure to a variety of established material testing procedures and techniques

CO5

Write a technical laboratory report

Engineering Geology Lab

CO1

Understands the method and ways of investigations required for Civil Engg projects

CO2

Microscopic identification of rocks

CO3

Identify the various rocks, minerals depending on geological classifications

CO4

Will able to learn to couple geologic expertise with the engineering properties of rock and unconsolidated materials in the characterization of geologic sites for civil work projects and the quantification of processes such as rock slides and settlement.

CO5

Write a technical laboratory report

Year/Sem: II/II

Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering

CO1

To analyze and solve electrical circuits using network laws and theorems.

CO2

To understand and analyze basic Electric and Magnetic circuits

CO3

To study the working principles of Electrical Machines

CO4

To introduce components of Low Voltage Electrical Installations

CO5

To identify and characterize diodes and various types of transistors.

BUILDING MATERIALS, CONSTRUCTION AND PLANNING

CO1

Define the Basic terminology that is used in the industry

CO2

Categorize different building materials, properties and their uses

CO3

Understand the Prevention of damage measures and good workmanship

CO4

Explain different building services

CO5

Understand the building bye-laws

Basic Mechanical Engineering for Civil Engineers

CO1

To understand the mechanical equipment for the usage at civil engineering systems,

CO2

To familiarize with the general principles and requirement for refrigeration, manufacturing

CO3

To realize the techniques employed to construct civil engineering systems.

CO4

Various manufacturing processes

CO5

Power transmission elements, material handling equipment.

STRENGTH OF MATERIAL-II

CO1

Describe the concepts and principles, understand the theory of elasticity, and perform calculations, relative to the strength of structures and mechanical components in particular to torsion and direct compression;

CO2

To evaluate the strains and deformation that will result due to the elastic stresses developed within the materials for simple types of loading

CO3

Analyze strength and stability of structural members subjected to Direct, and Direct and Bending stresses;

CO4

Understand and evaluate the shear center and unsymmetrical bending.

CO5

Frame an idea to design a system, component, or process

HYDRAULICS AND HYDRAULIC MACHINERY

CO1

Apply their knowledge of fluid mechanics in addressing problems in open channels and hydraulic machinery.

CO2

Understand and solve problems in uniform, gradually and rapidly varied flows in open channel in steady state conditions.

CO3

Apply dimensional analysis and to differentiate the model, prototype and similitude conditions for practical problems.

CO4

Get the knowledge on different hydraulic machinery devices and its principles that will be utilized in hydropower development and for other practical usages

CO5

Centrifugal pump and hydropower engineering.

STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS-I

CO1

An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering · Analyse the statically indeterminate bars and continuous beams

CO2

Analyse the statically indeterminate bars and continuous beams

CO3

Draw strength behaviour of members for static and dynamic loading.

CO4

Calculate the stiffness parameters in beams and pin jointed trusses.

CO5

Understand the indeterminacy aspects to consider for a total structural system. · Identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems with real time loading

HYDRAULICS & HYDRAULIC MACHINERY LAB

CO1

Determine of area using total station Traversing using total station

CO2

Contouring using total station Determination of remote height using total station

CO3

Stake out using total station Distance, gradient, differential height between two inaccessible points using total station.

CO4

Curve settling using total station Resection using total station

CO5

Setting out works for buildings and pipe lines Finding position of stations using G.P.S

COMPUTER AIDED CIVIL ENGINEERING DRAWING

CO1

Use the  Autocad commands for drawing 2D & 3D building drawings required  for different civil engg applications.

CO2

Plan and draw Civil Engineering Buildings as per aspect and orientation.

CO3

Drawing a plan of a residential building using layers

CO4

Developing sections and elevations

CO5

Presenting drawings as per user requirements and preparation of technical report

BASIC ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING LAB

CO1

To analyze and solve electrical circuits using network laws and theorems.

CO2

To understand and analyze basic Electric and Magnetic circuits

CO3

To study the working principles of Electrical Machines

CO4

To introduce components of Low Voltage Electrical Installations

CO5

To identify and characterize diodes and various types of transistors.

Year/Sem: III/I

STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS – II

CO1

Analyze the two hinged arches.

CO2

Solve statically indeterminate beams and portal frames using classical methods

CO3

Sketch the shear force and bending moment diagrams for indeterminate structures.

CO4

Formulate the stiffness matrix and analyze the beams by matrix methods

CO5

Influence Lines For Indeterminate Beams

GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING

CO1

Characterize and classify the soils

CO2

Able to analyse the compressibility of the soils

CO3

Able to understand the strength of soils under various drainage conditions

CO4

Able to estimate seepage, stresses under various loading conditions and compaction characteristics

CO5

Shear Strength of Soils

ENGINEERING ECONOMICS AND ACCOUNTANCY

CO1

To perform and evaluate present and future worth of the alternate projects and to appraise projects by using traditional and DCF Methods.

CO2

To carry out cost benefit analysis of projects and to calculate BEP of different alternative projects.

CO3

Cash Flows and Capital Budgeting

CO4

Borrowings on Investment: Equity Vs Debt Financing- Leverages-

CO5

Introduction to Accounting: Accounting Principles- procedure

CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY (Professional Elective – I)

CO1

Determine the properties of concrete ingredients i.e. cement, sand, coarse aggregate by conducting different tests. Recognize the effects of the rheology and early age properties of concrete on its long-term behavior.

CO2

Apply the use of various chemical admixtures and mineral additives to design cement-based materials with tailor-made properties

CO3

Use advanced laboratory techniques to characterize cement-based materials.

CO4

Perform mix design and engineering properties of special concretes such as high-performance concrete, self-compacting concrete, and fibre reinforced concrete.

CO5

Mix Design:Special Concretes

STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING – I (RCC)

CO1

Compare and Design the singly reinforced, doubly reinforced and flanged sections.

CO2

Design the axially loaded, uniaxial and biaxial bending columns.

CO3

Classify the footings and Design the isolated square, rectangular and circular footings

CO4

Distinguish and Design the one-way and two-way slabs.

CO5

Design of foundation – Different types of footings

TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING

CO1

An ability to apply the knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering in the areas of traffic engineering, highway development and maintenance

CO2

An ability to design, conduct experiments to assess the suitability of the highway materials like soil, bitumen, aggregates and a variety of bituminous mixtures. Also the students will develop the ability to interpret the results and assess the suitability of these materials for construction of highways.

CO3

An ability to design flexible and rigid highway pavements for varying traffic compositions as well as soil subgrade and environmental conditions using the standards stipulated by Indian Roads Congress.

CO4

An ability to evaluate the structural and functional conditions of in-service highway pavements and provide solution in the form of routine maintenance measures or designed overlays using Indian Roads congress guidelines.

CO5

An ability to assess the issues related to road traffic and provide engineering solutions supported with an understanding of road user psychological and behavioural patterns.

HIGHWAY ENGINEERING & CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY LAB

CO1

Configure & Operate a data acquisition system using various testing machines of solid materials

CO2

Compute and Analyze engineering values (e.g. stress or strain) from laboratory measurements.

CO3

Exposure to a variety of established material testing procedures and techniques

CO4

Different methods of evaluation and inferences drawn from observations

CO5

Write a technical laboratory report

GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING LAB

CO1

At the end of the course, the student will be able to Classify and evaluate the behavior of the soils subjected to various loads.

CO2

Permeability of soil

CO3

Standard Proctor’s Compaction Test

CO4

Determination of Coefficient of consolidation

CO5

To prepare a laboratory report

       

 

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
  1. Students will be acquiring strong foundation and in-dept knowledge with respect to the basic concepts and practices related to the core  management  subjects  and  the  streams  of  business management  like  Marketing,  Human Resources,  Finance  and  Entrepreneur ship and contemporary issues so as to develop the ability to analyse the problems and find optimal solutions of the problems in business context.
  2. Students will be applying skills and competencies to bridge the gap between the theoretical knowledge of management and the real-life practical business experiences using modern pedagogy like case study methodology, summer internship and practical field projects.
  3. To encourage the students to acquire leadership skills, develop entrepreneurial mindset and  be proficient  with  good communication  skills  so  as  to  develop  and  improve  personal  career.
Programme Outcomes

PO1: Knowledge: Acquiring in-depth knowledge with respect to the basic concepts and practices related to the core management subjects and the streams of business management like  Marketing,  Human Resources,  Finance, and  Entrepreneurship.

PO2: Contemporary issues:  Learning and understanding the latest developments in the management field related to contemporary issues through an extensive  review of literature and research work.

PO3: SWOT Analysis:  To learn scanning of regional, national, and global business environment and identify opportunities and threats through situational analysis and be competent enough to apply the managerial skills and practices in this context.

PO4: Resources Allocation: Learning the utilization of scarce resources judiciously and using requisite skills so as to adapt in a fast-changing business environment.

PO5: Career Development: Acquire leadership skills, developing an entrepreneurial mindset, and be proficient with good communication skills so as to develop and improve personal career.

PO6:Ethics: Learn Professional Ethics and  Values which remain dominant in the process of corporate,  social, and personal goal setting.

PO7: Research Aptitude:  Develop a  Research  Aptitude and learn hands-on practical experience with respect to critical business problems and challenges using  Data Analysis  Techniques,  Case  Studies,  Summer  Internship,  and Major  Project Works,  ultimately learning to solve business problems in real-life situations.

PO8: Employability skills: Learn soft skills so as to enhance employability skills and be job-ready.

COURSE OUTCOMES

MBA DEPARTMENT Course Outcome

 

Subject

Course Outcome

(CO) Number

 

Course Outcome (CO)

 MBA I SEMESTER

   

 

 

Management of Organisation and Behavior

CO 1

Evolution of Management and contribution of

Management thinkers.

 CO 2

The relevance of environmental scanning, planning and to take decisions

CO 3

Organizing and controlling.

CO 4

Individual and group behavior.

CO 5

Leadership and Motivation

 

 

 

 

Business Economics

CO 1

Economic Principles in Business

CO 2

Forecast Demand and Supply

CO 3

Production and Cost Estimates.

CO 4

Market Structure and Pricing Practices

CO 5

Economic Policies

 

Financial Accounting & Analysis

CO 1

Principles of Accounting

CO 2

Accounting Process

CO 3

Inventory Valuation.

 CO 4

Preparation, Analysis and Interpretation of Financial

Statements- Preparation and analysis of cash flow statement and funds flow statement.

CO 5

Preparation, Analysis and Interpretation of Financial Statements- Horizontal Analysis and Vertical Analysis

of Company.

 

 

 

Business Statistics

CO 1

Conceptual overview and measures of central

tendencies of Statistics

CO 2

To apply various simple & advanced statistical tools

like measures of dispersion.

CO 3

To apply various methods of tabulation and t-test.

 

CO 4

To apply various advanced statistical tools like

Annova, chi-squares, correlation and regression

 

CO 5

 To interpret data through statistical tools like trend analysis

 

 

Business Law & Ethics

CO 1

Business Laws related to incorporating a company

CO2

Law of contract and Negotiable Instruments

CO 3

Negotiable Instruments

CO 4

Business Environment

 

CO 5

Regulatory framework in India.

 

 

 

Business Research Methodology

CO 1

Basics of Research Methodology.

CO 2

Basics of Research Design.

CO 3

 Univariate and Bivariate techniques for data Analysis

CO 4

Multivariate techniques for data analysis

 

CO 5

Importance of presentation of data analysis and report

writing including referencing style.

 

 

 

BUSINESSCOMMUNICATION-

Lab

CO 1

The importance of Communication in Business

CO 2

To develop writing skills and presentation

CO 3

Writing business proposals and letters

 

CO 4

Application of business communication in the self-

development process.

 

CO 5

Contemporary Aspects in Communication

MBA II SEMESTER

 

 

HRM-Human Resource Management 17MBA08

CO 1

Basic HR concepts

CO 2

Process of recruitment and selection,

CO 3

Learning and development

CO 4

Performance Management and Compensation

 

CO 5

Employee retention strategies and Importance of

employee welfare and grievances.

 

 

Marketing Management

CO 1

Concepts of marketing management

CO 2

Analyzing Marketing Opportunities, Customer Value

and Marketing Mix

CO 3

Designing customer driven strategies

 

CO 4

Distribution Decisions, Promotion & Communication

Strategies

 

CO 5

To communicate the decisions towards business

development with superior customer value

FM-Financial Management 17MBA10

CO 1

Goals of financial function

CO 2

Investment criteria and decision process

CO 3

Capital structure and Dividend Decisions

CO 4

Working Capital Management and Finance

CO 5

Asset Liability management

QABD-Quantitative Analysis for Business Decisions

17MBA11

CO 1

The course covers origin and application of OR

CO 2

Linear Programming Method

CO 3

Assignment Model

CO 4

Decision Theory.

CO 5

Queuing theory.

 

E-Entrepreneurship17MBA12

CO 1

Mindset of the entrepreneurs

CO 2

Mind-set and Personality

CO 3

Identify ventures for launching,

CO 4

Develop an idea on the legal framework

CO 5

Strategic perspectives in entrepreneurship.

 

SCM-Supply Chain Management 17MBA13D

CO 1

 Growing importance of Supply Chain Management

CO 2

SCM Costs and Performance

CO 3

Benchmarking in SCM

CO 4

Sourcing and transportation

CO 5

Global aspects in SCM

 

SI-S: Summer Internship – SEMINAR 17MBA15

CO 1

 Management functions and Organizational structure

CO 2

Organizational dynamics in terms of organizational

behaviour, culture, climate

CO 3

Functional domain knowledge

CO 4

Processes and systems

 

CO 5

External and internal environment impact on the

organization

MBA III SEMESTER BATCH 2018 – 2020

 

POM: Production & Operations Management-

17MBA18

CO 1

Concepts of Operations management,

CO 2

Product design

CO 3

Process analysis.

CO 4

Plant location and layout,

CO 5

Scheduling and Material Management.

MIS: Management Information System- 17MBA19

CO 1

Concepts & applications of Management Information

Systems.

CO 2

Information Systems Planning.

CO 3

Information Systems Implementations

CO 4

Cyber crime security.

CO 5

Information security.

DA: Data Analytics- 17MBA20

CO 1

Importance of Analytics

CO 2

Descriptive Statistical Measures

CO 3

Understanding the analytical tools

CO 4

Data Mining

 

CO 5

Application of Analytical tools to solve business

problems.

 

 

A&SM: Advertisement & Sales Management- 17MBA19M2

CO 1

Advertising concept, DAGMAR approach &

advertising Layout.

 

CO 2

Advertising Media, Media Planning, Evaluation of Advertising Effectiveness and regulation of

Advertising in India.

CO 3

Sales Management, Sales Planning Process &

Sales Force Management.

 

 CO 4

Sales Promotion Concepts, Strategies and Product Life Cycle, Ethical and legal aspects of sales

promotion.

CO 5

Sales Distribution Channels, designing, motivating and Evaluating Channel Members, International

Channel of Distribution and Ethical issues.

 

Digital Marketing-17MBA18 M1

CO 1

The applications of digital marketing in the globalized

market

CO 2

Channels of Digital Marketing

CO 3

Digital marketing plan

CO 4

Search engine marketing

CO 5

Online Advertising

Financial Institutions, Markets & Services –

17MBA19F2

CO 1

Introduction to Indian Financial system

CO 2

Banking and Non Banking Institutions

CO 3

Financial and Securities markets

CO 4

Fund based services.

       

 

 

MBA DEPT- PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES

The Department of MBA delivers the following program-specific outcomes:

PSO 1: To develop a professional attitude towards comprehending, analyzing, and solving critical business problems and trying to establish benchmarks in the related domains.

PSO 2: Acquiring entrepreneurial skills for fulfilling the economic and societal requirements of the nation.

PSO  3: To develop an attitude of research in the field of management.