S. No. | Program Outcome (PO) Description |
1 | Computational Knowledge: Understand and apply mathematical foundation, computing and domain knowledge for the conceptualization of computing models from defined problems. |
2 | Problem Analysis: Ability to identify, critically analyze and formulate complex computing problems using fundamentals of computer science and application domains. |
3 | Design / Development of Solutions: Ability to transform complex business scenarios and contemporary issues into problems, investigate, understand and propose integrated solutions using emerging technologies |
4 | Conduct Investigations of Complex Computing Problems: Ability to devise and conduct experiments, interpret data and provide well informed conclusions |
5 | Modern Tool Usage: Ability to select modern computing tools, skills and techniques necessary for innovative software solutions |
6 | Professional Ethics: Ability to apply and commit professional ethics and cyber regulations in a global economic environment. |
7 | Life-long Learning: Recognize the need for and develop the ability to engage in continuous learning as a Computing professional. |
8 | Project Management: Ability to understand management and computing principles with computing knowledge to manage projects in multidisciplinary environments. |
9 | Communication Efficacy: Communicate effectively with the computing community as well as society by being able to comprehend effective documentations and presentations. |
10 | Societal & Environmental Concern: Ability to recognize economic, environmental, social, health, legal, ethical issues involved in the use of computer technology and other consequential responsibilities relevant to professional practice. |
11 | Individual & Team Work: Ability to work as a member or leader in diverse teams in multidisciplinary environment. |
12 | Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Identify opportunities, entrepreneurship vision and use of innovative ideas to create value and wealth for the betterment of the individual and society. |
S. No. | Program Outcome (PO) Description |
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 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. |
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. |
S. No. | Program Outcome (PO) Description |
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 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. |
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 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. |
S. No. | Program Outcome (PO) Description |
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. -long learning in the broadest context of technological change. |
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. |
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 |
S. No. | Program Outcome (PO) Description |
1 | User-Centered Design: Graduates should have a solid understanding of user-centered design principles and methodologies. They should be able to conduct user research, gather insights, and empathize with users to create products and services that meet their needs and preferences. |
2 | Interaction Design: Students should learn how to design intuitive and engaging interactions between users and digital interfaces. This includes creating wireframes, prototypes, and interactive mock-ups to test and refine designs. |
3 | Information Architecture: Graduates should be proficient in organizing information in a clear and coherent manner, ensuring that users can easily navigate through digital products and find the information they need. |
4 | Usability testing and evaluation: Students should be well-versed in conducting usability tests to identify potential issues and areas for improvement in designs. They should be able to analyze test results and iterate on designs accordingly |
5 | Visual design skills: The program should cover fundamental visual design principles, enabling students to create aesthetically pleasing and visually coherent user interfaces. |
6 | Design software proficiency: Graduates should be familiar with popular design tools and software used in the industry, such as Adobe XD, Sketch, Figma, or InVision. |
7 | Collaborative skills: As UX design often involves multidisciplinary teamwork, the program should cultivate collaborative skills, effective communication, and the ability to work with developers, product managers, and other stakeholders. |
8 | Portfolio development: The program should support students in building a strong design portfolio that showcases their skills, projects, and growth throughout the program. |
9 | Emerging technologies: Students should be exposed to emerging technologies and design trends, preparing them for the rapidly evolving nature of the UX design industry. |
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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. -long learning in the broadest context of technological change. |
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. |
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 |
S. NO. | Program Outcome (PO) Description |
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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 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. |
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. |
S. NO. | Program Outcome (PO) Description |
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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. -long learning in the broadest context of technological change. |
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. |
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 |
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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 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. |
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 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. |
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1 | Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problem. |
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 of Mining engineering especially planning, designing, executing and monitoring of various mining systems. |
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, mining plan, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex mining engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations. |
6 | The Diploma engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities mining /mi1vant 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. |
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. |
S. No. | Program Outcome (PO) Description |
1 | Acquire knowledge of structural engineering and be able to discriminate,evaluate, analyze and integrate existing and new knowledge |
2 | Be able to critically analyze and carry out independent research on complexproblems of structural engineering |
3 | Be able to conceptualize and design civil engineering structures consideringvarious socio-economic factors |
4 | Be able to carry out systematic research, design appropriate experiments andtools, and interpret experimental and analytical data for development oftechnological knowledge in structural engineering. |
5 | Be able to create, decide and judiciously apply appropriate resources, tools &techniques in handling various problems in structural engineering. |
6 | Be able to function productively with others as part of collaborative and multidisciplinaryteam |
7 | Be able to understand critical issues for professional practice such as detailingwork and the interaction with contractors during construction phase of a project. |
8 | Be able to communicate effectively with written, oral and visual means, thedesign and research outcomes to the stakeholders. |
9 | Be able to recognize state-of-the-art need and will be able to engage in lifelonglearning. |
10 | Be able to understand professional and ethical responsibility while carryout outresearch and design activities. |
11 | Be able to critically analyze, scrutinize and rectify one’s decisions and actionsand apply self-corrective measures. |
S. No. | Program Outcome (PO) Description |
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 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. |
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. |
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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. -long learning in the broadest context of technological change. |
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. |
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 |
13 | Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. |
14 | 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. |
15 | 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 |
16 | 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 |
17 | 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. -long learning in the broadest context of technological change. |
18 | 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. |
19 | 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. |
20 | Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice. |
21 | Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings. |
22 | 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. |
23 | 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. |
24 | Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life |
25 | Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. |
26 | 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. |
27 | 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 |
28 | 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 |
29 | 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. -long learning in the broadest context of technological change. |
30 | 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. |
31 | 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. |
32 | Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice. |
33 | Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings. |
34 | 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. |
35 | 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. |
36 | Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life |
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1 | Acquire analytical and problem solving skills in order to solve real world problems. |
2 | Ability to analyze the concepts and theories of Computer Science Mathematics and Physics |
3 | Develop practical skills to provide solutions to industry, society and business. |
4 | Develop problem solving skills and scientific reasoning |
5 | Ability to understand andCommunicate technical concepts and designs to all kinds of audience |
S. No. | Program Specific Outcome (PSO) Description |
1 | Ability to apply principles of Civil Engineering for the entire life cycle of the project ranging from initial design to the closure of the project. |
2 | Demonstrate proficiency in one the following specialized areas of Civil Engineering Construction Materials a Management, Structural and Geotechnical Engineering, Environmental and Water Resources Engineering, Transportation Engineering and Remote Sensing & Geographic Information Systems. |
S. No. | Program Specific Outcome (PSO) Description |
1 | Develop scientific thinking and acquire deep analytical knowledge of Electrical engineering to meet requirements of global consumers in energy sector. |
2 | Ability to develop integrated systems in a field of Electrical drives and control by applying modern tools and skills to meet the challenges of industry. |
3 | Graduates will demonstrate the ability to apply innovation and to create constructive environment in a field of renewable energy for designing smart grid. |
4 | Should have the capability to analyze , design and develop electrical systems for a variety of engineering applications. |
5 | Should be able to solve real life problems of power system and power Electronics using Mi power ,PSPICE and MATLAB software tools and hardware. |
S. No. | Program Specific Outcome (PSO) Description |
1 | Mechanical Engineering design: Achieve optimized product design utilizing the advanced knowledge in thermal engineering, material science, manufacturing, and production. |
2 | Mechanical Engineering analysis: Analyze, interpret and provide solutions to real life mechanical engineering and related problems. |
3 | Managerial excellence: Attain excellence in using managerial tools and techniques for effective and efficient manufacturing and in developing leadership skills with ethical and environmental practices. |
4 | Optimized system design: Design optimized systems and process to meet desired needs within social, economic, technical, environmental, and financial constraints. |
5 | Attain knowledge in modern manufacturing technologies |
S. No. | Program Specific Outcome (PSO) Description |
1 | Demonstrate the ability to comprehend design briefs, produce design deliverables, and submit the same in the stipulated time. |
2 | To undertake and justify design decisions from all stages of the UX design process, from selection of topic, to defining scope of research, to choosing tool and method of ideation, to designing the user interface. |
3 | To experiment with and use common UX design processes such as persona mapping, empathy mapping, customer journey mapping, brainstorming, preparing information architecture & task flows wire framing and prototyping, user interface designing, usability tests. |
4 | To prepare students to undertake challenges from market-relevant fields such as fin-tech, ed-tech, e-commerceand parallel design fields. |
5 | To develop the ability to fully understand the end user through design research. |
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1 | Model computational problems by applying mathematical concepts and design solutions using suitable data structures and algorithmic techniques |
2 | Design and develop solutions by following standard software engineering principles and implement by using suitable programming languages and platforms |
3 | Develop system solutions involving both hardware and software modules |
4 | Understand, Analyze and Develop computer programs for efficient design of computer-based systems of varying complexity. |
5 | Demonstrate basic knowledge of computer applications and apply standard practices in software project development. |
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1 | Ability to apply principles of Civil Engineering for the entire life cycle of the project ranging from initial design to the closure of the project. |
2 | Demonstrate proficiency in one the following specialized areas of Civil Engineering Construction Materials a Management, Structural and Geotechnical Engineering, Environmental and Water Resources Engineering, Transportation Engineering and Remote Sensing & Geographic Information Systems. |
S. NO. | Program Specific Outcome (PSO) Description |
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1 | Mechanical Engineering design: Achieve optimized product design utilizing the advanced knowledge in thermal engineering, material science, manufacturing, and production. |
2 | Mechanical Engineering analysis: Analyze, interpret and provide solutions to real life mechanical engineering and related problems. |
3 | Managerial excellence: Attain excellence in using managerial tools and techniques for effective and efficient manufacturing and in developing leadership skills with ethical and environmental practices. |
4 | Optimized system design: Design optimized systems and process to meet desired needs within social, economic, technical, environmental, and financial constraints. |
5 | Attain knowledge in modern manufacturing technologies |
S. NO. | Program Specific Outcome (PSO) Description |
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1 | Develop scientific thinking and acquire deep analytical knowledge of Electrical engineering to meet requirements of global consumers in energy sector. |
2 | Ability to develop integrated systems in a field of Electrical drives and control by applying modern tools and skills to meet the challenges of industry. |
3 | Graduates will demonstrate the ability to apply innovation and to create constructive environment in a field of renewable energy for designing smart grid. |
4 | Should have the capability to analyze , design and develop electrical systems for a variety of engineering applications. |
5 | Should be able to solve real life problems of power system and power Electronics using Mi power ,PSPICE and MATLAB software tools and hardware. |
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1 | Apply science, engineering, mathematics to solve Mining and Mineral engineering problems |
2 | Demonstrate proficiency in use of software, hardware and field to be required to practice Mining engineering profession. |
3 | Use the concepts of Mining Engineering to design and implement Mine Machine design, Bore hole design. Geological Data, by DATAMINE and SURPAC. |
4 | Students will be able to design mine excavations and conduct mining operations under a variety of geo-mining environments. |
5 | Students will be fully equipped with skills and knowledge related to mine management, optimization techniques with multi-disciplinary skills for achieving sustainable development of mineral industry. |
S. No. | Program Specific Outcome (PSO) Description |
1 | Analyse and design reinforced concrete structures and steel structures as per the standard design of codes. |
2 | Address the societal needs by interdisciplinary approach through advanced courses and get exposed to the latest technologies to be industry ready or to pursue advanced research. |
3 | Independently carry out research / investigation to solve practical problems and write / present a substantial technical report / document. |
S. No. | Program Specific Outcome (PSO) Description |
1 | Model computational problems by applying mathematical concepts and design solutions using suitable data structures and algorithmic techniques |
2 | Design and develop solutions by following standard software engineering principles and implement by using suitable programming languages and platforms |
3 | Develop system solutions involving both hardware and software modules |
4 | Understand, Analyze and Develop computer programs for efficient design of computer-based systems of varying complexity. |
5 | Demonstrate basic knowledge of computer applications and apply standard practices in software project development. |
1 | Mechanical Engineering design: Achieve optimized product design utilizing the advanced knowledge in thermal engineering, material science, manufacturing, and production. |
2 | Mechanical Engineering analysis: Analyze, interpret and provide solutions to real life mechanical engineering and related problems. |
3 | Managerial excellence: Attain excellence in using managerial tools and techniques for effective and efficient manufacturing and in developing leadership skills with ethical and environmental practices. |
4 | Optimized system design: Design optimized systems and process to meet desired needs within social, economic, technical, environmental, and financial constraints. |
5 | Attain knowledge in modern manufacturing technologies |
6 | Mechanical Engineering design: Achieve optimized product design utilizing the advanced knowledge in thermal engineering, material science, manufacturing, and production. |
7 | Mechanical Engineering analysis: Analyze, interpret and provide solutions to real life mechanical engineering and related problems. |
8 | Managerial excellence: Attain excellence in using managerial tools and techniques for effective and efficient manufacturing and in developing leadership skills with ethical and environmental practices. |
9 | Optimized system design: Design optimized systems and process to meet desired needs within social, economic, technical, environmental, and financial constraints. |
10 | Attain knowledge in modern manufacturing technologies |
11 | Mechanical Engineering design: Achieve optimized product design utilizing the advanced knowledge in thermal engineering, material science, manufacturing, and production. |
12 | Mechanical Engineering analysis: Analyze, interpret and provide solutions to real life mechanical engineering and related problems. |
13 | Managerial excellence: Attain excellence in using managerial tools and techniques for effective and efficient manufacturing and in developing leadership skills with ethical and environmental practices. |
14 | Optimized system design: Design optimized systems and process to meet desired needs within social, economic, technical, environmental, and financial constraints. |
15 | Attain knowledge in modern manufacturing technologies |
S.No. | Course Code | Course Name | Course Outcome (CO's) - Description | |
1 | BTCS101 | Programming for Problem Solving | CO1: | To develop simple algorithms for arithmetic and logical problems. |
CO2: | To translate the algorithms to programs & execution (in C language). | |||
CO3: | To implement conditional branching, iteration and recursion. | |||
CO4: | To decompose a problem into functions and synthesize a complete program using divide and conquer approach. | |||
CO5: | To use arrays, pointers and structures to develop algorithms and programs. | |||
2 | BTCS102 | BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING | CO1: | Apply the concepts of KVL/KCL and network theorems in solving DC circuits. |
CO2: | Analyze the steady state behavior of single phase and three phase AC electrical circuits. | |||
CO3: | Identify the application areas of a single phase two winding transformer as well as an auto transformer and calculate their efficiency. Also identify the connections of a three phase transformer. | |||
CO4: | Illustrate the working principles of induction motor, synchronous machine as well as DC machine and employ them in different area of applications. | |||
CO5: | Describe the components of low voltage electrical installations and perform elementary calculations for energy consumption. | |||
3 | BTCS103 | ENGINEERING PHYSICS | CO1: | To solve the classical and wave mechanics problems |
CO2: | To develop the understanding of laws of thermodynamics and their application in various processes | |||
CO3: | To formulate and solve the engineering problems on Electromagnetism & Electromagnetic Field Theory | |||
CO4: | To aware of limits of classical physics & to apply the ideas in solving the problems in their parent streams | |||
4 | BTCS104 | ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS-I | CO1: | Remember the concept of matrices and apply for solving linear simultaneous equations. |
CO2: | Understand the concept of limit, continuity and differentiability and apply in the study of Rolle,s , Lagrange,s and Cauchy mean value theorem and Leibnitz theorems . | |||
CO3: | Identify the application of partial differentiation and apply for evaluating maxima, minima, series and Jacobians. | |||
CO4: | Illustrate the working methods of multiple integral and apply for finding area, volume, centre of mass and centre of gravity. | |||
CO5: | Remember the concept of vector and apply for directional derivatives, tangentand normal planes. Also evaluate line, surface and volume integrals. | |||
5 | BTCS105 | ENGLISH | CO1: | Students will be enabled to understand the basic objective of the course by being acquainted with specific dimensions of communication skills i.e. Reading, Writing, Listening, Thinking and Speaking. |
CO2: | Students would be able to create substantial base by the formation of strong professional vocabulary for its application at different platforms and through numerous modes as Comprehension, reading, writing and speaking etc. | |||
CO3: | Students will apply it at their work place for writing purposes such as Presentation/official drafting / administrative communication and use it for document/project/report/research paper writing. | |||
CO4: | Students will be made to evaluate the correct & error-free writing by being well-versed in rules of English grammar & cultivate relevant technical style of communication & presentation at their work place & also for academic uses. | |||
CO5: | Students will apply it for practical and oral presentation purposes by being honed up in presentation skills and voice-dynamics. They will apply techniques for developing inter-personal communication skills and positive attitude leading to their professional competence. | |||
6 | BTCS106 | Emerging Technology for Engineers | CO1: | Understand the concepts of internet of things, smart cities and industrial internet of things |
CO2: | Understand the concepts of cloud computing | |||
CO3: | Understand the concepts of block chain, cryptocurrencies, smart contracts | |||
CO4: | Understand design principles, tools, trends in 3 D printing and drones | |||
CO5: | Understand augmented reality ( AR), virtual reality (VR), 5G technology, brain computer interface and human brain | |||
7 | BTCS201 | Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering & Mechatronics | CO1: | Identification of key elements of mechatronics system and its representation in terms of block diagram |
CO2: | Understanding the concept of signal processing and use of interfacing systems such as ADC, DAC, digital I/O | |||
CO3: | Interfacing of Sensors, Actuators using appropriate DAQ micro-controller | |||
CO4: | Time and Frequency domain analysis of system model (for control application) | |||
CO5: | PID control implementation on real time systems | |||
CO6: | Development of PLC ladder programming and implementation of real life system. | |||
8 | BTCS202 | EMERGING DOMAIN IN ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING | CO1: | Understand the concept of PN Junction and devices. |
CO2: | Understand the concept of BJT, FET and MOFET. | |||
CO3: | Understand the concept of Operational amplifier | |||
CO4: | Understand the concept of measurement instrument. | |||
CO5: | Understand the working principle of different type of sensor and their uses. | |||
CO6: | Understand the concept of IoT system & Understand the component of IoT system | |||
9 | BTCS203 | ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY | CO1: | Use of different analytical instruments. |
CO2: | Measure molecular/system properties such as surface tension, viscosity, conductance of solution, chloride and iron content in water. | |||
CO3: | Measure hardness of water. | |||
CO4: | Estimate the rate constant of reaction. | |||
10 | BTCS204 | Engineering Mathematics-II | CO1: | Understand the concept of differentiation and apply for solving differential equations. |
CO2: | Remember the concept of definite integral and apply for evaluating surface areas and volumes. | |||
CO3: | Understand the concept of convergence of sequence and series. Also evaluate Fourier series | |||
CO4: | Illustrate the working methods of complex functions and apply for finding analytic functions. | |||
CO5: | Apply the complex functions for finding Taylor’s series, Laurent’s series and evaluation of definite integrals | |||
11 | BTCS205 | Environmental Science | CO1: | Understand the fundamental principles and concepts of environmental science, including ecosystems, biodiversity, natural resources, pollution, and sustainability. |
CO2: | Recognize and analyze the impacts of human activities on the environment, including pollution, deforestation, climate change, and habitat destruction. | |||
CO3: | Evaluate and apply scientific methods and tools for studying and monitoring the environment, including data collection, analysis, and interpretation. | |||
CO4: | Develop an awareness of environmental laws, policies, and regulations, and their implications for environmental protection and sustainability. | |||
CO5: | Apply critical thinking skills to assess and propose solutions to environmental challenges, such as resource management, pollution control, and conservation. | |||
CO6: | Enhance communication skills through effective presentation and discussion of environmental issues, both orally and in writing. | |||
CO7: | Foster an appreciation for the value of biodiversity, natural ecosystems, and the interdependence of humans and the environment. | |||
CO8: | Foster a sense of personal responsibility and ethical consideration towards the environment and promote sustainable practices in daily life. | |||
12 | BTCS206 | Artificial Intelligence for Engineers | CO1: | Understand the evolution and various approaches of AI |
CO2: | Understand data storage, processing, visualization, and its use in regression, clustering etc. | |||
CO3: | Understand natural language processing and chatbots | |||
CO4: | Understand the concepts of neural networks. | |||
CO5: | Understand the concepts of face, object, speech recognition and robots. | |||
13 | BTCS301 | Mathematics-III | CO1: | The idea of partial differentiation and types of partial differential equations |
CO2: | The idea of classification of second partial differential equations, wave , heat equation and transmission lines | |||
CO3: | The basic ideas of statistics including measures of central tendency, correlation, regression and their properties. | |||
CO4: | The idea s of probability and random variables and various discrete and continuous probability distributions and their properties. | |||
CO5: | The statistical methods of studying data samples, hypothesis testing and statistical quality control, control charts and their properties. | |||
14 | BTCS302 | Technical Communication | CO1: | Students will be enabled to understand the nature and objective of Technical Communication relevant for the work place as Engineers. |
CO2: | Students will utilize the technical writing for the purposes of Technical Communication and its exposure in various dimensions. | |||
CO3: | Students would imbibe inputs by presentation skills to enhance confidence in face of diverse audience. | |||
CO4: | Technical communication skills will create a vast know-how of the application of the learning to promote their technical competence. | |||
CO5: | It would enable them to evaluate their efficacy as fluent & efficient communicators by learning the voice-dynamics. | |||
15 | BTCS303 | DATA STRUCTURE | CO1: | Describe how arrays, linked lists, stacks, queues, trees, and graphs are represented in memory, |
CO2: | Discuss the computational efficiency of the sorting and searching algorithms. | |||
CO3: | Implementation of Trees and Graphs and perform various operations on these data structure. | |||
CO4: | Understanding the concept of recursion, application of recursion and its implementation and removal of recursion. | |||
CO5: | Identify the alternative implementations of data structures with respect to its performance to solve a real worldproblem. | |||
16 | BTCS304 | Computer Organization and Architecture | CO1: | Study of the basic structure and operation of a digital computer system. |
CO2: | Analysis of the design of arithmetic & logic unit and understanding of the fixed point and floating- point arithmetic operations. | |||
CO3: | Implementation of control unit techniques and the concept of Pipelining | |||
CO4: | Understanding the hierarchical memory system, cache memories and virtual memory | |||
CO5: | Understanding the different ways of communicating with I/O devices and standard I/O interfaces | |||
17 | BTCS305 | Discrete Structures & Theory of Logic | CO1: | Write an argument using logical notation and determine if the argument is or is not valid. |
CO2: | Understand the basic principles of sets and operations in sets. | |||
CO3: | Demonstrate an understanding of relations and functions and be able to determine their properties. | |||
CO4: | Demonstrate different traversal methods for trees and graphs. | |||
CO5: | Model problems in Computer Science using graphs and trees. | |||
18 | BTCS306 | Constitution of India, Law & Engineering | CO1: | To acquaint the students with legacies of constitutional development in India and help those to understand the most diversified legal document of India and philosophy behind it. |
CO2: | To make students aware of the theoretical and functional aspects of the Indian Parliamentary System. | |||
CO3: | To channelize students’ thinking towards basic understanding of the legal concepts and its implications for engineers. | |||
CO4: | To acquaint students with latest intellectual property rights and innovation environment with related regulatory framework. | |||
CO5: | To make students learn about role of engineering in business organizations and e-governance. | |||
19 | BTCS401 | PYTHON PROGRAMMING | CO1: | To read and write simple Python programs. |
CO2: | To develop Python programs with conditionals and loops. | |||
CO3: | To define Python functions and to use Python data structures –- lists, tuples, dictionaries | |||
CO4: | To do input/output with files in Python | |||
CO5: | To do searching ,sorting and merging in Python | |||
20 | BTCS402 | Universal Human Values | CO1: | Understand the significance of value inputs in a classroom, distinguish between values and skills, understand the need, basic guidelines, content and process of value education, explore the meaning of happiness and prosperity and do a correct appraisal of the current scenario in the society. |
CO2: | Distinguish between the Self and the Body, understand the meaning of Harmony in the Self the Co-existence of Self and Body. | |||
CO3: | Understand the value of harmonious relationship based on trust, respect and other naturally acceptable feelings in human-human relationships and explore their role in ensuring a harmonious society. | |||
CO4: | Understand the harmony in nature and existence, and work out their mutually fulfilling participation in the nature. | |||
CO5: | Distinguish between ethical and unethical practices, and start working out the strategy to actualize a harmonious environment wherever they work. | |||
21 | BTCS403 | Operating system | CO1: | Understand the structure and functions of OS |
CO2: | Learn about Processes, Threads and Scheduling algorithms. | |||
CO3: | Understand the principles of concurrency and Deadlocks | |||
CO4: | Learn various memory management scheme | |||
CO5: | Study I/O management and File systems. | |||
22 | BTCS404 | Theory of Automata and Formal Languages | CO1: | Analyse and design finite automata, pushdown automata, Turing machines, formal languages, and grammars |
CO2: | Analyse and design, Turing machines, formal languages, and grammars | |||
CO3: | Demonstrate the understanding of key notions, such as algorithm, computability, decidability, and complexity through problem solving | |||
CO4: | Prove the basic results of the Theory of Computation. | |||
CO5: | State and explain the relevance of the Church-Turing thesis. | |||
23 | BTCS405 | Microprocessor | CO1: | Apply a basic concept of digital fundamentals to Microprocessor based personal computer system. |
CO2: | Analyze a detailed s/w & h/w structure of the Microprocessor. | |||
CO3: | Illustrate how the different peripherals (8085/8086) are interfaced withMicroprocessor. | |||
CO4: | Analyze the properties of Microprocessors(8085/8086) | |||
CO5: | Evaluate the data transfer information through serial & parallel ports. | |||
24 | BTCS406 | Indian Traditions, Cultural and Society | CO1: | Ability to understand, connect up and explain basics of Indian Traditional knowledge modern scientific perspective. |
25 | BTCS501 | Database Management System | CO1: | Apply knowledge of database for real life applications. |
CO2: | Apply query processing techniques to automate the real time problems of databases. | |||
CO3: | Identify and solve the redundancy problem in database tables using normalization. | |||
CO4: | Understand the concepts of transactions, their processing so they will familiar with broad range of database management issues including data integrity, security and recovery. | |||
CO5: | Design, develop and implement a small database project using database tools. | |||
26 | BTCS502 | Compiler Design | CO1: | Acquire knowledge of different phases and passes of the compiler and also able to use the compiler tools like LEX, YACC, etc. Students will also be able to design different types of compiler tools to meet the requirements of the realistic constraints of compilers. |
CO2: | Understand the parser and its types i.e. Top-Down and Bottom-up parsers and construction of LL, SLR, CLR, and LALR parsing table. | |||
CO3: | Implement the compiler using syntax-directed translation method and get knowledge about the synthesized and inherited attributes. | |||
CO4: | Acquire knowledge about run time data structure like symbol table organization and different techniques used in that. | |||
CO5: | Understand the target machine’s run time environment, its instruction set for code generation and techniques used for code optimization. | |||
27 | BTCS503 | Design and Analysis of Algorithm | CO1: | Design new algorithms, prove them correct, and analyze their asymptotic and absolute runtime and memory demands. |
CO2: | Find an algorithm to solve the problem (create) and prove that the algorithm solves the problem correctly (validate). | |||
CO3: | Understand the mathematical criterion for deciding whether an algorithm is efficient, and know many practically important problems that do not admit any efficient algorithms. | |||
CO4: | Apply classical sorting, searching, optimization and graph algorithms. | |||
CO5: | Understand basic techniques for designing algorithms, including the techniques of recursion, divide-and-conquer, and greedy. | |||
28 | BTCS504A | Data Analytics | CO1: | Describe the life cycle phases of Data Analytics through discovery, planning and building. |
CO2: | Learn various Data Analysis Techniques. | |||
CO3: | Implement various Data streams. | |||
CO4: | Understand item sets, Clustering, frame works & Visualizations. | |||
CO5: | Apply R tool for developing real time applications.. | |||
29 | BTCS504B | Web Designing | CO1: | Understand principle of Web page design and about types of websites |
CO2: | Visualize and Recognize the basic concept of HTML and application in web designing. | |||
CO3: | Recognize and apply the elements of Creating Style Sheet ( CSS). | |||
CO4: | Understanding the basic concept of Java Script and its application. | |||
CO5: | Introduce basics concept of Web Hosting and apply the concept of SEO | |||
30 | BTCS504C | Computer Graphics | CO1: | Understand the graphics hardware used in field of computer graphics. |
CO2: | Understand the concept of graphics primitives like lines and circle based on different algorithms. | |||
CO3: | Apply the 2D graphics transformations, composite transformation and Clipping concepts . | |||
CO4: | Apply the concepts of and techniques used in 3D computer graphics, including viewing transformations | |||
CO5: | Perform the concept of projections, curve and hidden surfaces in real life. | |||
31 | BTCS504D | Application of Soft Computing | CO1: | Recognize the feasibility of applying a soft computing methodology for a particular problem |
CO2: | Know the concepts and techniques of soft computing and foster their abilities in designing and implementing soft computing based solutions for real-world and engineering problems. | |||
CO3: | Apply neural networks to pattern classification and regression problems and compare solutions by various soft computing approaches for a given problem. | |||
CO4: | Apply fuzzy logic and reasoning to handle uncertainty and solve engineering problems | |||
CO5: | Apply genetic algorithms to combinatorialoptimization problems | |||
32 | BTCS505A | Machine Learning Techniques | CO1: | To understand the need for machine learning for various problem solving |
CO2: | To study the various supervised, semi-supervised and unsupervised learning algorithms in machine learning | |||
CO3: | To understand the latest trends in machine learning | |||
CO4: | To design appropriate machine learning algorithms for problem solving | |||
CO5: | To understand the need for machine learning for various problem solving | |||
33 | BTCS505B | Object Oriented System Design | CO1: | To Understand the application development and analyze the insights of object oriented programming to implement application |
CO2: | To Understand, analyze and apply the role of overall modeling concepts (i.e. System, structural) | |||
CO3: | To Understand, analyze and apply oops concepts (i.e. abstraction, inheritance) | |||
CO4: | To learn concepts of C++ for understanding the implementation of object oriented concepts | |||
CO5: | To learn the programming concepts to implement object oriented modeling. | |||
34 | BTCS505C | Augmented & Virtual Reality | CO1: | To make students know the basic concept and framework of virtual reality. |
CO2: | To teach students the principles and multidisciplinary features of virtual reality. | |||
CO3: | To teach students the technology for multimodal user interaction and perception in VR, in particular the visual, audial and haptic interface and behavior. | |||
CO4: | To teach students the technology for managing large scale VR environment in real time. | |||
CO5: | To provide students with an introduction to the AR system framework and development tools. | |||
35 | BTCS505D | Human Computer Interface | CO1: | Critically discuss common methods in the user-centered design process and the appropriateness of individual methods for a given problem. |
CO2: | Use, adapt and extend classic design standards, guidelines, and patterns. | |||
CO3: | Employ selected design methods and evaluation methods at a basic level of competence. | |||
CO4: | Build prototypes at varying levels of fidelity, from paper prototypes to functional, interactive prototypes. | |||
CO5: | Demonstratesufficienttheoryofhumancomputerinteraction,experimental methodology and inferential statistics to engage with the contemporary research literature in interface technology and design. | |||
36 | BTCSOE506A | Real Time Systems | CO1: | Describe concepts of Real-Time systems and modeling. |
CO2: | Recognize the characteristics of a real-time system in context with real time scheduling. | |||
CO3: | Classify various resource sharing mechanisms and their related protocols. | |||
CO4: | Interpret the basics of real time communication by the knowledge of real time models and protocols. | |||
CO5: | Apply the basics of RTOS in interpretation of real time systems. | |||
37 | BTCSOE506B | Embedded System | CO1: | Understand the basics of embedded system and its structural units. |
CO2: | Analyze the embedded system specification and develop software programs. | |||
CO3: | Evaluate the requirements of the programming embedded systems, related software architecture. | |||
CO4: | Understand the RTOS based embedded system design. | |||
CO5: | Understand all the applications of the embedded system and designing issues. | |||
38 | BTCSOE506C | Introduction to Mems | CO1: | Understand the Basic concept of MEMS Fabrication Technologies, Piezoresistance Effect, Piezoelectricity, Piezoresistive Sensor. |
CO2: | Explain Mechanics of Beam and Diaphragm Structures. | |||
CO3: | Understand the Basic concept of Air Damping and Basic Equations for Slide-film Air Damping, Couette-flow Model, Stokes-flow Model. | |||
CO4: | Know the concept of Electrostatic Actuation. | |||
CO5: | Understand the applications of MEMS in RF | |||
39 | BTCSOE506D | Object Oriented Programming | CO1: | Apply Java in developing Object Oriented code. |
CO2: | Apply the knowledge of Multi-threading and Streams in developing Java applications. | |||
CO3: | Design and implement applications using GUI and Networking in Java. | |||
CO4: | Apply the knowledge of Collections and Generics for building Java applications. | |||
CO5: | Design and develop Java based applications for solutions to real world problems. | |||
40 | BTCSOE506E | Numerical Techniques | CO1: | Understand about the basics of Ordinary Differential Equations, Separable equations, Equations made separable by change of variables. |
CO2: | Retrieve the information content of Power series method. | |||
CO3: | Apply problem specific Bessel’s equation, Bessel Functions to engineering applications. | |||
CO4: | Understand about the basics of matrix, Eigen values and eigen vectors. | |||
CO5: | Analysis of Stage wise Processes by the Calculus of Finite Differences, Countercurrent Liquid- Liquid Extraction. | |||
41 | BTCSOE506F | Gis & Remote Sensing | CO1: | Understand about the principles of Remote Sensing and its advantages and limitations. |
CO2: | Retrieve the information content of remotely sensed data. | |||
CO3: | Apply problem specific remote sensing data for engineering applications. | |||
CO4: | Analyze spatial and attribute data for solving spatial problems. | |||
CO5: | Create GIS and cartographic outputs for presentation | |||
42 | BTCSOE506G | Understanding The Human Being Comprehensively- Human Aspirations And Its Fulfillment | CO1: | The methodology of this course is exploration and thus universally adaptable. It involves a systematic and rational study of the human being vis-à-vis the rest of existence. |
CO2: | It is free from any dogma or set of do’s and don’ts related to values. | |||
CO3: | It is a process of self-investigation and self-exploration, and not of giving sermons. Whatever is found as truth or reality is stated as a proposal and the students are facilitated and encouraged to verify it in their own right, based on their Natural Acceptance and subsequent Experiential Validation. | |||
CO4: | This process of self-exploration takes the form of a dialogue between the teacher and the students to begin with, and then to continue within the student leading to continuous self-evolution. | |||
CO5: | This self-exploration also enables them to critically evaluate their preconditioning and present beliefs. | |||
43 | BTCS601 | Software Engineering | CO1: | To learn about generic models of software development process. |
CO2: | To understand fundamental concepts of requirements engineering and Analysis Modeling. | |||
CO3: | To understand the different design techniques and their implementation. | |||
CO4: | To learn various testing measures. | |||
CO5: | To learn various maintenance and project management techniques. | |||
44 | BTCS602 | Web Technology | CO1: | Apply the knowledge of the internet and related internet concepts that are vital in understanding web application development and analyze the insights of internet programming to implement complete application over the web. |
CO2: | Understand, analyze and apply the role of mark up languages like HTML, DHTML, and XML in the workings of the web and web applications. | |||
CO3: | Use web application development software tools i.e. XML, Apache Tomcat etc. and identifies the environments currently available on the market to design web sites. | |||
CO4: | Understand, analyze and build dynamic web pages using client side programming JavaScript and also develop the web application using servlet and JSP. | |||
CO5: | Understand the impact of web designing by database connectivity with JDBC in the current market place where everyone use to prefer electronic medium for shopping, commerce, fund transfer and even social life also. | |||
45 | BTCS603 | Computer Networks | CO1: | Build an understanding of the fundamental concepts and Layered Architecture of computer networking. |
CO2: | Understand the basic concepts of link layer properties to detect error and develop the solution for error control and flow control. | |||
CO3: | Design, calculate, and apply subnet masks and addresses to fulfil networking requirements and calculate distance among routers in subnet. | |||
CO4: | Understanding the duties of transport layer, session layer and presentation layer and also focus on network security issues to secure communication towards society. | |||
CO5: | Allow the student to gain expertise in some specific areas of networking such as the design and maintenance of individual networks. | |||
46 | BTCS604A | Big Data | CO1: | Identify Big Data and its business implications. |
CO2: | Use various techniques for mining data stream | |||
CO3: | List the components of Hadoop and Hadoop Eco-System. | |||
CO4: | Apply Map Reduce programming model to access and process data on Distributed File System. | |||
CO5: | Manage job execution in Hadoop environment and develop Big Data solutions by applying Hadoop Eco System components | |||
47 | BTCS604B | Image Processing | CO1: | To become familiar with digital image fundamentals |
CO2: | To get exposed to simple image enhancement techniques in Spatial and Frequency domain | |||
CO3: | To learn concepts of degradation function and restoration techniques | |||
CO4: | To study the image segmentation and representation techniques. | |||
CO5: | To become familiar with image compression and recognition method | |||
48 | BTCS604C | Data Compression | CO1: | To gain a fundamental understanding of data compression methods for text, images, and video, and related issues in the storage, access, and use of large data sets |
CO2: | To select, giving reasons that are sensitive to the specific application and particular circumstance, most appropriate compression techniques for text, audio, image and video information | |||
CO3: | To illustrate the concept of various algorithms for compressing text, audio, image and video information. | |||
CO4: | To understand various Distortion criterias | |||
CO5: | To illustrate the Advantages of Vector Quantization over Scalar Quantization. | |||
49 | BTCS605A | High Performance Computing | CO1: | Provide systematic and comprehensive treatment of the hardware and the software high performance techniques involved in current day computing. |
CO2: | Introduce the fundamentals of high-performance computing with the graphics processing units and many integrated cores using their architectures and corresponding programming environments. | |||
CO3: | Introduce the learner to fundamental and advanced parallel algorithms through the GPU and MIC programming environments | |||
50 | BTCS605B | CLOUD COMPUTING | CO1: | This course gives an introduction to cloud computing and its techniques, issues, and its services that will lead to design and development of a simple cloud service. |
CO2: | This course provides the fundamentals and essentials of Cloud Computing, a sound foundation of the Cloud Computing so that it is used for using and adopting Cloud Computing services and tools in the real-life scenarios. | |||
CO3: | This course will bepossess skills to design computing systems based on Cloud computing technology and Advancement Hadoop. | |||
51 | BTCS605C | Blockchain Architecture Design | CO1: | This course will be able to successfully pursue higher education in reputed institutions. |
CO2: | This course will have the ability to adapt, contribute and innovate new technologies and systems in the key domains of Computer Science and Engineering. | |||
CO3: | This course will be ethically and socially responsible solution providers and entrepreneurs in Computer Science and other engineering disciplines. | |||
CO4: | This course will have the ability to explore research areas and produce outstanding contribution in various areas of Systems Engineering. | |||
52 | BTCSOE606A | DIGITAL AND SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING | CO1: | Understand what social media is, the various channels through which it operates, and its role inmarketing strategy. |
CO2: | Use principles of consumer and social psychology to develop social media content and campaigns thatengage consumers. | |||
CO3: | Draw on knowledge about word-of-mouth marketing to develop effective approaches for propagatingideas, messages, products, and behaviors across social networks. | |||
CO4: | Measure the impact of a social media campaign in terms of a specific marketing objective | |||
53 | BTCSOE606B | IDEA TO BUSINESS MODEL | CO1: | Examine the challenges associated with defining the concepts of entrepreneur and entrepreneurship |
CO2: | Discuss how the evolution of entrepreneurship thought has influenced how we view the concept of entrepreneurship today | |||
CO3: | Discuss how the list of basic questions in entrepreneurship research can be expanded to include research inquiries that are important in today’s world | |||
CO4: | Discuss how the concepts of entrepreneurial uniqueness, entrepreneurial personality traits, and entrepreneurial cognitions can help society improve its support for entrepreneurship | |||
CO5: | Apply the general venturing script to the study of entrepreneurship | |||
54 | BTCSOE606C | Micro and Smart Systems | CO1: | Gain knowledge about basic concepts of Machine Learning |
CO2: | Identify machine learning techniques suitable for a given problem | |||
CO3: | Solve the problems using various machine learning techniques | |||
CO4: | Apply Dimensionality reduction techniques. | |||
CO5: | Design application using machine learning techniques. | |||
55 | BTCSOE606D | Renewable Energy Resources | CO1: | Describe the environmental aspects of non-conventional energy resources. In Comparison with various conventional energy systems, their prospects and limitations. |
CO2: | Know the need of renewable energy resources, historical and latest developments. | |||
CO3: | Describe the use of solar energy and the various components used in the energy production with respect to applications like - heating, cooling, desalination, power generation, drying, cooking etc. | |||
CO4: | Appreciate the need of Wind Energy and the various components used in energy generation and know the classifications. | |||
CO5: | Understand the concept of Biomass energy resources and their classification, types of biogas Plants- applications | |||
CO6: | Compare Solar, Wind and bio energy systems, their prospects, Advantages and limitations. | |||
CO7: | Acquire the knowledge of fuel cells, wave power, tidal power and geothermal principles and applications. | |||
56 | BTCSOE606E | OPERATIONS RESEARACH | CO1: | Identify and develop operational research models from the verbal description of the real system. |
CO2: | Understand the mathematical tools that are needed to solve optimization problems. | |||
CO3: | Use mathematical software to solve the proposed models. | |||
CO4: | Develop a report that describes the model and the solving technique, analyze the results and propose recommendations in language understandable to the decision-making processes in Management Engineering. | |||
57 | BTCS701 | Artificial Intelligence | CO1: | Apply basic principles of AI in solutions that require problem solving, inference, perception, knowledge representation, and learning. |
CO2: | Demonstrate fundamental understanding of artificial intelligence (AI) and expert systems | |||
CO3: | Demonstrate awareness and a fundamental understanding of various applications of AI techniques in intelligent agents, expert systems, artificial neural networks and other machine learning models. | |||
CO4: | Demonstrate proficiency in applying scientific method to models of machine learning. | |||
58 | BTCS703A | Agile Software Development | CO1: | Students should be able to identify the need for engineering approach to software development and various processes of requirements analysis for software engineering problems. |
CO2: | Analyze various software engineering models and apply methods for design and development of software projects. | |||
CO3: | Identify and apply the principles, processes and main knowledge areas for Software Project Management | |||
CO4: | Proficiently apply standards, CASE tools and techniques for engineering software projects | |||
59 | BTCS703B | Parallel and Distributed Computing | CO1: | Account for models, limitations and fundamental concepts within parallel computations with communication based both on message passing and shared memory |
CO2: | Analyse concrete systems and algorithms | |||
CO3: | Adapt and develop algorithms for execution on parallel and distributed machines and analyse the algorithms with respect to correctness, reliability, safety and performance. | |||
CO4: | Developing skill set in developing a distributed system. | |||
60 | BTCS703C | Quantum Computing | CO1: | Design of quantum computers using quantum bits (qubits), quantum gates and quantum circuits. Implementation of basic quantum algorithms, including Deutsch's algorithm, Shor's factoring algorithm, and the search algorithm of Grover. |
CO2: | Understand the quantum Fourier transform and quantum searching. | |||
CO3: | Ability to design Quantum search for structured database | |||
CO4: | Understand the trends in Quantum Computing such as Optical Photon Computers, Optical Cavity Quantum electrodynamics. | |||
61 | BTCS703D | Software Testing | CO1: | Have an ability to apply software testing knowledge and engineering methods. |
CO2: | Have an ability to design and conduct a software test process for a software testing project. | |||
CO3: | Have an ability to identify the needs of software test automation, and define and develop a test tool to support test automation. | |||
CO4: | Have an ability understand and identify various software testing problems, and solve these problems by designing and selecting software test models, criteria, strategies, and methods. | |||
CO5: | Have basic understanding and knowledge of contemporary issues in software testing, such as component-based software testing problems. | |||
62 | BTCS704A | Deep Learning | CO1: | To present the mathematical, statistical and computational challenges of building neural networks |
CO2: | To study the concepts of deep learning | |||
CO3: | To introduce dimensionality reduction techniques | |||
CO4: | To enable the students to know deep learning techniques to support real-time applications | |||
CO5: | To examine the case studies of deep learning techniques | |||
63 | BTCS704B | Service Oriented Architecture | CO1: | Comprehend the need for SOA and its systematic evolution. |
CO2: | Apply SOA technologies to enterprise domain. | |||
CO3: | Design and analyze various SOA patterns and techniques. | |||
CO4: | Compare and evaluate best strategies and practices of SOA. | |||
CO5: | Understand the business case for SOA | |||
64 | BTCS704C | Mobile Computing | CO1: | Explain and discuss issues in mobile computing and illustrate overview of wireless telephony and channel allocation in cellular systems. |
CO2: | Explore the concept of Wireless Networking and Wireless LAN. | |||
CO3: | Analyse and comprehend Data management issues like data replication for mobile computers, adaptive clustering for mobile wireless networks and Disconnected operations. | |||
CO4: | Identify Mobile computing Agents and state the issues pertaining to security and fault tolerance in mobile computing environment. | |||
CO5: | Compare and contrast various routing protocols and will identify and interpret the performance of network systems using Adhoc networks.network systems using Adhoc networks. | |||
65 | BTCS704D | Internet of Things | CO1: | Demonstrate basic concepts, principles and challenges in IoT. |
CO2: | Illustrate functioning of hardware devices and sensors used for IoT. | |||
CO3: | Analyze network communication aspects and protocols used in IoT. | |||
CO4: | Apply IoT for developing real life applications using Ardunio programming. | |||
CO5: | To develop IoT infrastructure for popular applications | |||
66 | BTCS704E | Cryptography & Network Security | CO1: | Classify the symmetric encryption techniques and Illustrate various Public key cryptographic techniques. |
CO2: | Understand security protocols for protecting data on networks and be able to digitally sign emails and files. | |||
CO3: | Understand vulnerability assessments and the weakness of using passwords for authentication | |||
CO4: | Be able to perform simple vulnerability assessments and password audits | |||
CO5: | Summarize the intrusion detection and its solutions to overcome the attacks. | |||
67 | BTCSOE705A | FILTER DESIGN | CO1: | Choose an appropriate transform for the given signal. |
CO2: | Choose appropriate decimation and interpolation factors for high performance filters. | |||
CO3: | Model and design an AR system. | |||
CO4: | Implement filter algorithms on a given DSP processor platform. | |||
68 | BTCSOE705B | BIOECONOMICS | CO1: | Students will be able to understand basic concept of Bioeconomics, challenges, opportunities& regulations |
CO2: | Students will be able to understand development and innovation in terms of bioeconomy towards sustainable development | |||
CO3: | Students will be able to understand Inter- and transdisciplinarity in bioeconomy &research approaches | |||
CO4: | Students will be able to explain biobased resources ,value chain, innovative use of biomass and biological knowledge to provide food, feed, industrial products | |||
69 | BTCSOE705C | Design Thinking | CO1: | Develop a strong understanding of the design process and apply it in a variety of business settings |
CO2: | Analyze self, culture, teamwork to work in a multidisciplinary environment and exhibit empathetic behavior | |||
CO3: | Formulate specific problem statements of real time issues and generate innovative ideas using design tools | |||
CO4: | Apply critical thinking skills in order to arrive at the root cause from a set of likely causes | |||
CO5: | Demonstrate an enhanced ability to apply design thinking skills for evaluation of claims and arguments. | |||
70 | BTCSOE705E | Quality Management | CO1: | Realize the importance of significance of quality. |
CO2: | Manage quality improvement teams. | |||
CO3: | Identify requirements of quality improvement programs. | |||
CO4: | Identify improvement areas based on cost of poor quality. | |||
CO5: | Organize for quality and development of quality culture through small group activities. | |||
71 | BTCSOE705F | Modeling of Field-Effect Nano Devices | CO1: | Study the MOS devices used below 10nm and beyond with an eye on the future. |
CO2: | Understand and study the physics behind the operation of multi-gate systems. | |||
CO3: | Design circuits using nano-scaled MOS transistors with the physical insight of their functionalcharacteristics | |||
CO4: | Understand and study the physics behind the Radiation effects in SOI MOSFETs. | |||
CO5: | Understand the impact of device performance on digital circuits. | |||
72 | BTCSOE705G | Computerized Process Control | CO1: | Understand the Role of computers in process control, Elements of a computer aided Process control System, Classification of a Computer. |
CO2: | Design Phase Locked Local Loop, Mixers. Time Division Multiplexed System – TDM/PAM system. | |||
CO3: | Realize Process model, Physical model, Control Model. Modelling Procedure. | |||
CO4: | Formulate of Cascade Control, Predictive control, Adaptive Control, Inferential control, Intelligent Control, Statistical control. | |||
CO5: | Design Electric Oven Temperature Control, Reheat Furnace Temperature control. |
S.No. | Course Code | Course Name | Course Outcome (CO's) - Description | |
1 | BTCE101 | Programming for Problem Solving | CO1: | To develop simple algorithms for arithmetic and logical problems. |
CO2: | To translate the algorithms to programs & execution (in C language). | |||
CO3: | To implement conditional branching, iteration and recursion. | |||
CO4: | To decompose a problem into functions and synthesize a complete program using divide and conquer approach. | |||
CO5: | To use arrays, pointers and structures to develop algorithms and programs. | |||
2 | BTCE102 | Emerging Domain in Electronics Engineering | CO1: | Understand the concept of PN Junction and devices. |
CO2: | Understand the concept of BJT, FET and MOFET. | |||
CO3: | Understand the concept of Operational amplifier | |||
CO4: | Understand the concept of measurement instrument. | |||
CO5: | Understand the working principle of different type of sensor and their uses. | |||
CO6: | Understand the concept of IoT system & Understand the component of IoT system | |||
3 | BTCE103 | Engineering Chemistry | CO1: | Use of different analytical instruments. |
CO2: | Measure molecular/system properties such as surface tension, viscosity, conductance of solution, chloride and iron content in water. | |||
CO3: | Measure hardness of water. | |||
CO4: | Estimate the rate constant of reaction. | |||
4 | BTCE104 | Engineering Mathematics | CO1: | Remember the concept of matrices and apply for solving linear simultaneous equations. |
CO2: | Understand the concept of limit, continuity and differentiability and apply in the study of Rolle,s , Lagrange,s and Cauchy mean value theorem and Leibnitz theorems . | |||
CO3: | Identify the application of partial differentiation and apply for evaluating maxima, minima, series and Jacobians. | |||
CO4: | Illustrate the working methods of multiple integral and apply for finding area, volume, centre of mass and centre of gravity. | |||
CO5: | Remember the concept of vector and apply for directional derivatives, tangent and normal planes. Also evaluate line, surface and volume integrals. | |||
5 | BTCE105 | English | CO1: | Students will be enabled to understand the basic objective of the course by being acquainted with specific dimensions of communication skills i.e. Reading, Writing, Listening, Thinking and Speaking. |
CO2: | Students would be able to create substantial base by the formation of strong professional vocabulary for its application at different platforms and through numerous modes as Comprehension, reading, writing and speaking etc. | |||
CO3: | Students will apply it at their work place for writing purposes such as Presentation/official drafting / administrative communication and use it for document/project/report/research paper writing. | |||
CO4: | Students will be made to evaluate the correct & error-free writing by being well-versed in rules of English grammar & cultivate relevant technical style of communication & presentation at their work place & also for academic uses. | |||
CO5: | Students will apply it for practical and oral presentation purposes by being honed up in presentation skills and voice-dynamics. They will apply techniques for developing inter-personal communication skills and positive attitude leading to their professional competence. | |||
6 | BTCE106 | Emerging Technology for Engineers | CO1: | Understand the concepts of internet of things, smart cities and industrial internet of things |
CO2: | Understand the concepts of cloud computing | |||
CO3: | Understand the concepts of block chain, cryptocurrencies, smart contracts | |||
CO4: | Understand design principles, tools, trends in 3 D printing and drones | |||
CO5: | Understand augmented reality ( AR), virtual reality (VR), 5G technology, brain computer interface and human brain | |||
7 | BTCE201 | Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering & Mechatronics | CO1: | Identification of key elements of mechatronics system and its representation in terms of block diagram |
CO2: | Understanding the concept of signal processing and use of interfacing systems such as ADC, DAC, digital I/O | |||
CO3: | Interfacing of Sensors, Actuators using appropriate DAQ micro-controller | |||
CO4: | Time and Frequency domain analysis of system model (for control application) | |||
CO5: | PID control implementation on real time systems | |||
CO6: | Development of PLC ladder programming and implementation of real life system. | |||
8 | BTCE202 | Basic Electrical Engineering | CO1: | Apply the concepts of KVL/KCL and network theorems in solving DC circuits. |
CO2: | Analyze the steady state behavior of single phase and three phase AC electrical circuits. | |||
CO3: | Identify the application areas of a single phase two winding transformer as well as an auto transformer and calculate their efficiency. Also identify the connections of a three phase transformer. | |||
CO4: | Illustrate the working principles of induction motor, synchronous machine as well as DC machine and employ them in different area of applications. | |||
CO5: | Describe the components of low voltage electrical installations and perform elementary calculations for energy consumption. | |||
9 | BTCE203 | Engineering Physics | CO1: | To solve the classical and wave mechanics problems |
CO2: | To develop the understanding of laws of thermodynamics and their application in various processes | |||
CO3: | To formulate and solve the engineering problems on Electromagnetism & Electromagnetic Field Theory | |||
CO4: | To aware of limits of classical physics & to apply the ideas in solving the problems in their parent streams | |||
10 | BTCE204 | Engineering Mathematics-II | CO1: | Understand the concept of differentiation and apply for solving differential equations. |
CO2: | Remember the concept of definite integral and apply for evaluating surface areas and volumes. | |||
CO3: | Understand the concept of convergence of sequence and series. Also evaluate Fourier series | |||
CO4: | Illustrate the working methods of complex functions and apply for finding analytic functions. | |||
CO5: | Apply the complex functions for finding Taylor’s series, Laurent’s series and evaluation of definite integrals | |||
11 | BTCE205 | Environmental Science | CO1: | Understand the fundamental principles and concepts of environmental science, including ecosystems, biodiversity, natural resources, pollution, and sustainability. |
CO2: | Recognize and analyze the impacts of human activities on the environment, including pollution, deforestation, climate change, and habitat destruction. | |||
CO3: | Evaluate and apply scientific methods and tools for studying and monitoring the environment, including data collection, analysis, and interpretation. | |||
CO4: | Develop an awareness of environmental laws, policies, and regulations, and their implications for environmental protection and sustainability. | |||
CO5: | Apply critical thinking skills to assess and propose solutions to environmental challenges, such as resource management, pollution control, and conservation. | |||
CO6: | Enhance communication skills through effective presentation and discussion of environmental issues, both orally and in writing. | |||
CO7: | Foster an appreciation for the value of biodiversity, natural ecosystems, and the interdependence of humans and the environment. | |||
CO8: | Foster a sense of personal responsibility and ethical consideration towards the environment and promote sustainable practices in daily life. | |||
12 | BTCE206 | Artificial Intelligence for Engineers | CO1: | Understand the evolution and various approaches of AI |
CO2: | Understand data storage, processing, visualization, and its use in regression, clustering etc. | |||
CO3: | Understand natural language processing and chatbots | |||
CO4: | Understand the concepts of neural networks. | |||
CO5: | Understand the concepts of face, object, speech recognition and robots. | |||
13 | BTCE301 | Mathematics –III | CO1: | The idea of Laplace transform of functions and their application |
CO2: | The idea of Fourier transform of functions and their applications | |||
CO3: | The basic ideas of logic and Group and uses. | |||
CO4: | The idea s of sets, relation, function and counting techniques. | |||
CO5: | The idea of lattices, Boolean algebra, Tables and Karnaugh maps. | |||
14 | BTCE302 | Technical Communication | CO1: | Students will be enabled to understand the nature and objective of Technical Communication relevant for the work place as Engineers. |
CO2: | Students will utilize the technical writing for the purposes of Technical Communication and its exposure in various dimensions. | |||
CO3: | Students would imbibe inputs by presentation skills to enhance confidence in face of diverse audience. | |||
CO4: | Technical communication skills will create a vast know-how of the application of the learning to promote their technical competence. | |||
CO5: | It would enable them to evaluate their efficacy as fluent & efficient communicators by learning the voice-dynamics. | |||
15 | BTCE303 | Engineering Mechanics | CO1: | Use scalar and vector analytical techniques for analyzing forces in statically determinate structures. |
CO2: | Apply fundamental concepts of kinematics and kinetics of particles to the analysis of simple, practical problems. | |||
CO3: | Apply basic knowledge of mathematics and physics to solve real-world problems. | |||
CO4: | Understand basic dynamics concepts – force, momentum, work and energy. | |||
CO5: | Understand and be able to apply Newton’s laws of motion; | |||
16 | BTCE304 | Surveying & Geomatics | CO1: | Describe the function of surveying and work with survey instruments, take observations, and prepare plan, profile, and cross-section and perform calculations. |
CO2: | Calculate, design and layout horizontal and vertical curves. | |||
CO3: | Operate a total station and GPS to measure distance, angles, and to calculate differences in elevation. Reduce data for application in a geographic information system. | |||
CO4: | Relate and apply principles of photogrammetry for surveying. | |||
CO5: | Apply principles of Remote Sensing and Digital Image Processing for Civil Engineering problems. | |||
17 | BTCE305 | Fluid Mechanics | CO1: | Understand the broad principles of fluid statics, kinematics and dynamics |
CO2: | Understand definitions of the basic terms used in fluid mechanics | |||
CO3: | Understand classifications of fluid flow | |||
CO4: | Apply the continuity, momentum and energy principles | |||
CO5: | Apply dimensional analysis | |||
18 | BTCE306 | Constitution of India, Law & Engineering | CO1: | Identify and explore the basic features and modalities about Indian constitution. |
CO2: | Differentiate and relate the functioning of Indian parliamentary system at the center and state level. | |||
CO3: | Differentiate different aspects of Indian Legal System and its related bodies. | |||
CO4: | Discover and apply different laws and regulations related to engineering practices. | |||
CO5: | Correlate role of engineers with different organizations and governance models | |||
19 | BTCE401 | Engineering Geology | CO1: | Show the knowledge about engineering geology. |
CO2: | Show knowledge of the most important rocks and minerals and be able to identify them. | |||
CO3: | Analyze the Earthquakes and its various types. | |||
CO4: | Understand the characteristics of various Geological Hazards. | |||
CO5: | Do the Geological investigations; understand the geological conditions and geological maps. | |||
20 | BTCE402 | Universal Human Values | CO1: | Understand the significance of value inputs in a classroom, distinguish between values and skills, understand the need, basic guidelines, content and process of value education, explore the meaning of happiness and prosperity and do a correct appraisal of the current scenario in the society. |
CO2: | Distinguish between the Self and the Body, understand the meaning of Harmony in the Self the Co-existence of Self and Body. | |||
CO3: | Understand the value of harmonious relationship based on trust, respect and other naturally acceptable feelings in human-human relationships and explore their role in ensuring a harmonious society. | |||
CO4: | Understand the harmony in nature and existence, and work out their mutually fulfilling participation in the nature. | |||
CO5: | Distinguish between ethical and unethical practices, and start working out the strategy to actualize a harmonious environment wherever they work. | |||
21 | BTCE403 | Materials, Testing & Construction Practices | CO1: | Identify various building materials and to understand their basic properties. |
CO2: | Understand the use of non-conventional civil engineering materials. | |||
CO3: | Study suitable type of flooring and roofing in the construction process. | |||
CO4: | Characterize the concept of plastering, pointing and various other building services. | |||
CO5: | Exemplify the various fire protection, sound and thermal insulation techniques, maintenance and repair of buildings. | |||
22 | BTCE404 | Introduction to Solid Mechanics | CO1: | Describe the concepts and principles of stresses and strains |
CO2: | Analyze solid mechanics problems using classical methods and energy methods | |||
CO3: | Analyze structural members subjected to combined stresses | |||
CO4: | Calculate the deflections at any point on a beam subjected to a combination of loads | |||
CO5: | Understand the behavior of columns, springs and cylinders against loads. | |||
23 | BTCE405 | Hydraulic Engineering & Machines | CO1: | Apply their knowledge of fluid mechanics in addressing problems in open channels. |
CO2: | Solve problems in uniform, gradually and rapidly varied flows in steady state conditions. | |||
CO3: | Have knowledge in hydraulic machineries like pumps and turbines. | |||
24 | BTCE406 | Indian Traditions, Cultural and Society | CO1: | The course aims at imparting basic principles of thought process, reasoning and inference to identify the roots and details of some of the contemporary issues faced by our nation and try to locate possible solutions to these challenges by digging deep into our past. |
CO2: | To enable the students to understand the importance of our surroundings and encourage the students to contribute towards sustainable development. | |||
CO3: | To sensitize students towards issues related to ‘Indian’ culture, tradition and its composite character. | |||
CO4: | To make students aware of holistic life styles of Yogic-science and wisdom capsules in Sanskrit literature that are important in modern society with rapid technological advancements and societal disruptions. | |||
CO5: | To acquaint students with Indian Knowledge System, Indian perspective of modern | |||
CO6: | scientific world-view and basic principles of Yoga and holistic health care system. | |||
25 | BTCE501 | Geotechnical Engineering | CO1: | Classify the soil and determine its Index properties. |
CO2: | Evaluate permeability and seepage properties of soil. | |||
CO3: | Interpret the compaction and consolidation characteristics & effective stress concept of soil. | |||
CO4: | Determine the vertical and shear stress under different loading conditions and explain the phenomenon of soil liquefaction. | |||
CO5: | Interpret the earth pressure and related slope failures. | |||
26 | BTCE502 | Structural Analysis | CO1: | Explain type of structures and method for their analysis. |
CO2: | Analyze different types of trusses for member forces. | |||
CO3: | Compute slope and deflection in determinate structures using different methods. | |||
CO4: | Apply the concept of influence lines and moving loads to compute bending moment and shear force at different sections. | |||
CO5: | Analyze determinate arches for different loading conditions. | |||
27 | BTCE503 | Concrete Technology | CO1: | Understand the properties of constituent material of concrete. |
CO2: | Apply admixtures to enhance the properties of concrete. | |||
CO3: | Evaluate the strength and durability parameters of concrete. | |||
CO4: | Design the concrete mix for various strengths using difference methods. | |||
CO5: | Use advanced concrete types in construction industry. | |||
28 | BTCE504A | Quantity Estimation and Construction Management | CO1: | Understand the importance of units of measurement and preliminary estimate for administrative approval of projects. |
CO2: | Understand the contracts and tender documents in construction projects. | |||
CO3: | Analyze and assess the quantity of materials required for civil engineering works as per specifications. | |||
CO4: | Evaluate and estimate the cost of expenditure and prepare a detailed rate analysis report. | |||
CO5: | Analyze and choose cost effective approach for civil engineering projects. | |||
29 | BTCE504B | Modern Construction Materials | CO1: | Understand the use of modern construction materials. |
CO2: | Use geosynthetics and bituminous materials in constructions. | |||
CO3: | Apply knowledge of modern materials in production of variety of concrete. | |||
CO4: | Apply knowledge of composites and chemicals in production of modern concrete. | |||
CO5: | Use modern water proofing and insulating materials in constructions. | |||
30 | BTCE504C | Open Channel Flow | CO1: | Apply knowledge of fluid flow for designing of channel sections. |
CO2: | Analyze the gradually varied flow in channel section. | |||
CO3: | Analyze the rapidly varied flow in channel sections. | |||
CO4: | Apply numerical methods for profile computation in channels. | |||
CO5: | Design channels for sub critical and super critical flows. | |||
31 | BTCE505A | Engineering Hydrology | CO1: | Understand the basic concept of hydrological cycle and its various phases. |
CO2: | Understand the concept of runoff and apply the knowledge to construct the hydrograph. | |||
CO3: | Apply the various methods to assess the flood. | |||
CO4: | Assess the quality of various forms of water and their aquifer properties. | |||
CO5: | Understand the well hydraulics and apply ground water modelling techniques. | |||
32 | BTCE505B | Sensor and Instrumentation Technologies for Civil | CO1: | Analyze the errors during measurements CO-2 Describe the measurement of electrical variables |
CO2: | Describe the requirements during the transmission of measured signals CO-4 Construct Instrumentation/Computer Networks | |||
CO3: | Suggest proper sensor technologies for specific applications CO-6 Design and set up measurement systems and do the studies | |||
33 | BTCE505C | Air & Noise Pollution Control | CO1: | Understand air pollutants and their impacts. |
CO2: | Explain air pollution chemistry and meteorological aspects of air pollutants. | |||
CO3: | Demonstrate methods for controlling particulate air pollutants. | |||
CO4: | Demonstrate methods for controlling gaseous air pollutants. | |||
CO5: | Understand automotive emission standards. | |||
CO6: | Apply methods for controlling noise pollution. | |||
34 | BTCE505D | GIS and Advance Remote Sensing | CO1: | Understand the concepts of Photogrametry and compute the heights of objects. |
CO2: | Understand the principles of aerial and satellite remote sensing, Able to comprehend the energy interactions with earth surface features, spectral properties of water bodies . | |||
CO3: | Understand the basic concept of GIS and its applications, know different types of data representation in GIS | |||
CO4: | Illustrate spatial and non-spatial data features in GIS and understand the map projections and coordinates systems. | |||
CO5: | Apply knowledge of GIS and understand the integration of Remote Sensing and GIS. | |||
35 | BTCE506A | Real Time Systems | CO1: | Describe concepts of Real-Time systems and modeling. |
CO2: | Recognize the characteristics of a real-time system in context with real time scheduling. | |||
CO3: | Classify various resource sharing mechanisms and their related protocols. | |||
CO4: | Interpret the basics of real time communication by the knowledge of real time models and protocols. | |||
CO5: | Apply the basics of RTOS in interpretation of real time systems. | |||
36 | BTCE506B | Embedded System | CO1: | Understand the basics of embedded system and its structural units. |
CO2: | Analyze the embedded system specification and develop software programs. | |||
CO3: | Evaluate the requirements of the programming embedded systems, related software architecture. | |||
CO4: | Understand the RTOS based embedded system design. | |||
CO5: | Understand all the applications of the embedded system and designing issues. | |||
37 | BTCE506C | Introduction to Mems | CO1: | Understand the Basic concept of MEMS Fabrication Technologies, Piezoresistance Effect, Piezoelectricity, Piezoresistive Sensor. |
CO2: | Explain Mechanics of Beam and Diaphragm Structures. | |||
CO3: | Understand the Basic concept of Air Damping and Basic Equations for Slide-film Air Damping, Couette-flow Model, Stokes-flow Model. | |||
CO4: | Know the concept of Electrostatic Actuation. | |||
CO5: | Understand the applications of MEMS in RF | |||
38 | BTCE506D | Object Oriented Programming | CO1: | Apply Java in developing Object Oriented code. |
CO2: | Apply the knowledge of Multi-threading and Streams in developing Java applications. | |||
CO3: | Design and implement applications using GUI and Networking in Java. | |||
CO4: | Apply the knowledge of Collections and Generics for building Java applications. | |||
CO5: | Design and develop Java based applications for solutions to real world problems. | |||
39 | BTCEOE506E | Numerical Techniques | CO1: | Understand about the basics of Ordinary Differential Equations, Separable equations, Equations made separable by change of variables. |
CO2: | Retrieve the information content of Power series method. | |||
CO3: | Apply problem specific Bessel’s equation, Bessel Functions to engineering applications. | |||
CO4: | Understand about the basics of matrix, Eigen values and eigen vectors. | |||
CO5: | Analysis of Stage wise Processes by the Calculus of Finite Differences, Countercurrent Liquid- Liquid Extraction. | |||
40 | BTCEOE506F |
GIS & Remote Sensing | CO1: | Understand about the principles of Remote Sensing and its advantages and limitations. |
CO2: | Retrieve the information content of remotely sensed data. | |||
CO3: | Apply problem specific remote sensing data for engineering applications. | |||
CO4: | Analyze spatial and attribute data for solving spatial problems. | |||
CO5: | Create GIS and cartographic outputs for presentation | |||
41 | BTCEOE506G | Understanding The Human Being Comprehensively- Human Aspirations And Its Fulfillment | CO1: | The methodology of this course is exploration and thus universally adaptable. It involves a systematic and rational study of the human being vis-à-vis the rest of existence. |
CO2: | It is free from any dogma or set of do’s and don’ts related to values. | |||
CO3: | It is a process of self-investigation and self-exploration, and not of giving sermons. Whatever is found as truth or reality is stated as a proposal and the students are facilitated and encouraged to verify it in their own right, based on their Natural Acceptance and subsequent Experiential Validation. | |||
CO4: | This process of self-exploration takes the form of a dialogue between the teacher and the students to begin with, and then to continue within the student leading to continuous self-evolution. | |||
CO5: | This self-exploration also enables them to critically evaluate their preconditioning and present beliefs. | |||
42 | BTCE601 | Design of Concrete Structure | CO1: | Analyse and Design RCC beams for flexure by IS methods. |
CO2: | Analyse and Design RCC beams for shear by IS methods. | |||
CO3: | Analyse and Design RCC slabs and staircase by IS methods. | |||
CO4: | Design the RCC compression members by IS methods. | |||
CO5: | Design various types of footings and cantilever retaining wall | |||
43 | BTCE602 | Transportation Engineering | CO1: | Understand the history of road development , their alignment & Survey. |
CO2: | Design the various geometric parameters of road. | |||
CO3: | Study the traffic characteristics & design of road intersections & signals. | |||
CO4: | Examine the properties of highway materials & their implementation in design of pavements. | |||
CO5: | Learn methods to construct various types of roads. | |||
44 | BTCE603 | Environmental Engineering | CO1: | Assess water demand and optimal size of water mains. |
CO2: | Layout the distribution system & assess the capacity of reservoir. | |||
CO3: | Investigate physical, chemical & biological parameter of water. | |||
CO4: | Design treatment units for water and waste water. | |||
CO5: | Apply emerging technologies for treatment of waste water. | |||
45 | BTCE604A | Advance Structural Analysis | CO1: | Analyze indeterminate structure to calculate unknown forces, slope and deflections by different methods. |
CO2: | Apply principle of influence lines to analyze indeterminate beams and arches. | |||
CO3: | Analyze and design cable structure with their influence line diagram. | |||
CO4: | Apply basics of force and stiffness methods of matrix analysis for beams, frames and trusses. | |||
CO5: | Apply the basic of plastic analysis to analyze the structure by using different mechanism. | |||
46 | BTCE604B | River Engineering | CO1: | Explain river morphology and its classification. |
CO2: | Explain hydraulic geometry and behavior of river. | |||
CO3: | Explain socio-cultural influences and ethics of stream restorations. | |||
CO4: | Analyze flow and sediment transport in rivers and channels. | |||
CO5: | Design guide band, embankments and flood protection systems. | |||
47 | BTCE604C | Repair and Rehabilitation of Structures | CO1: | Understand the fundamentals of maintenance and repair strategies. |
CO2: | Identify for serviceability and durability aspects of concrete. | |||
CO3: | Know the materials and techniques used for repair of structures. | |||
CO4: | Decide the appropriate repair and retrofitting techniques. | |||
CO5: | Use appropriate health monitoring technique and demolition methods | |||
48 | BTCE604D | Foundation Engineering | CO1: | Understand various methods of Soil Exploration and its importance. |
CO2: | Analyze bearing capacity and settlement of soil for shallow foundation. | |||
CO3: | Design the various types of shallow foundation and understand the basics of deep foundation. | |||
CO4: | Understand the characteristics of well foundations and retaining wall. | |||
CO5: | Understand the concept of soil reinforcement. | |||
49 | BTCE605A | Rural Development Engineering | CO1: | Undertake surveys to decide the status of socio-economic significance. |
CO2: | Identify the need of watershed management in rural areas. | |||
CO3: | Suggest relevant government schemes for construction of roads, housing and energy conservation. . | |||
CO4: | Suggest the relevant cottage and agro based industries for the rural areas. | |||
CO5: | Select the relevant schemes of Central/State Government for the rural areas. | |||
CO6: | Apply the principles of rural development in rural areas. | |||
50 | BTCE605B | Structure Dynamics | CO1: | Analyze and Interpret dynamics response of single degree freedom system using fundamental theory and experiments |
CO2: | Analyze and Interpret dynamics response of Multi degree freedom system using fundamental theory and experiments | |||
CO3: | Differentiate the effects of various types of dynamic loads | |||
CO4: | Use structural engineering software for dynamic analysis | |||
CO5: | Perform & interpret the results of various experiments on models to understand structural behavior of symmetrical & un-symmetrical structures in plan & elevation | |||
51 | BTCE605C | Advanced Concrete Design | CO1: | Estimate the crack width and deflection with regard to the serviceability. |
CO2: | Analyse and design a grid floor system | |||
CO3: | Analyse and design a flat slab system. | |||
CO4: | Discuss fire and seismic resistance of concrete structures. | |||
CO5: | Analyse and design bunkers, silos and chimneys. | |||
52 | BTCE605D | Environmental impact assessment and life cycle analyses. | CO1: | Articulate the value of a Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) and its relationship to total costaccounting and carbon pricing. |
CO2: | Describe the theory of an LCA and how carbon foot printing relates to LCA. | |||
CO3: | Outline the steps to conduct an ISO compliant LCA. | |||
CO4: | Define a goal and scope statement of an LCA. Conduct a life cycle inventory of aproduct from cradle to grave. | |||
CO5: | Describe common environmental impacts associated with a life cycle inventory ofprocesses | |||
CO6: | Conduct a screening-level and ISO compliant life cycle assessment with LCAsoftware. | |||
CO7: | Conduct a consequential LCA. Interpret, critique, and communicate LCA results. | |||
53 | BTCE606A | Digital and Social Media Marketing | CO1: | Understand what social media is, the various channels through which it operates, and its role in marketing strategy. |
CO2: | Use principles of consumer and social psychology to develop social media content and campaigns that engage consumers. | |||
CO3: | Draw on knowledge about word-of-mouth marketing to develop effective approaches for propagating ideas, messages, products, and behaviors across social networks. | |||
CO4: | Measure the impact of a social media campaign in terms of a specific marketing objective | |||
54 | BTCE606B | Idea to Business Model | CO1: | Examine the challenges associated with defining the concepts of entrepreneur and entrepreneurship |
CO2: | Discuss how the evolution of entrepreneurship thought has influenced how we view the concept of entrepreneurship today | |||
CO3: | Discuss how the list of basic questions in entrepreneurship research can be expanded to include research inquiries that are important in today’s world | |||
CO4: | Discuss how the concepts of entrepreneurial uniqueness, entrepreneurial personality traits, and entrepreneurial cognitions can help society improve its support for entrepreneurship | |||
CO5: | Apply the general venturing script to the study of entrepreneurship | |||
55 | BTCE606C | Machine Learning | CO1: | Gain knowledge about basic concepts of Machine Learning |
CO2: | Identify machine learning techniques suitable for a given problem | |||
CO3: | Solve the problems using various machine learning techniques | |||
CO4: | Apply Dimensionality reduction techniques. | |||
CO5: | Design application using machine learning techniques. | |||
56 | BTCE606D | Renewable Energy Resources | CO1: | Describe the environmental aspects of non-conventional energy resources. In Comparison with various conventional energy systems, their prospects and limitations. |
CO2: | Know the need of renewable energy resources, historical and latest developments. | |||
CO3: | Describe the use of solar energy and the various components used in the energy production with respect to applications like - heating, cooling, desalination, power generation, drying, cooking etc. | |||
CO4: | Appreciate the need of Wind Energy and the various components used in energy generation and know the classifications. | |||
CO5: | Understand the concept of Biomass energy resources and their classification, types of biogas Plants- applications | |||
CO6: | Compare Solar, Wind and bio energy systems, their prospects, Advantages and limitations. | |||
CO7: | Acquire the knowledge of fuel cells, wave power, tidal power and geothermal principles and applications. | |||
57 | BTCE606E | Operations Research | CO1: | Identify and develop operational research models from the verbal description of the real system. |
CO2: | Understand the mathematical tools that are needed to solve optimization problems. | |||
CO3: | Use mathematical software to solve the proposed models. | |||
CO4: | Develop a report that describes the model and the solving technique, analyze the results and propose recommendations in language understandable to the decision-making processes in Management Engineering. | |||
58 | BTCE701 | Design of Steel Structures | CO1: | To develop ability to select adequate shape and grade of structural steel. |
CO2: | To understand the basis of economical and safe design of steel structures. | |||
CO3: | To develop ability of choosing proper fastener for a particular joint. | |||
CO4: | To develop the ability to design structural steel elements by Limit State Method. | |||
CO5: | Capable of designing Plate Girders. | |||
CO6: | Capable of designing Column bases & Gantry Girders. | |||
59 | BTCE702 | Project Management & Entrepreneurship | CO1: | Students will acquire knowledge of basic understanding of project management the terminology and basic concepts of project management and the foundations. |
CO2: | Students will strengthen analytical skills in order to solve problems related to project management, namely problems of timing, resource allocation and optimization; | |||
CO3: | Students will demonstrate skills of critical thinking by analyzing problems of planning, project management, in formulating valid conclusions based on their analysis; | |||
CO4: | Students will use information and communication technologies to formulate project feasibility analysis, for their planning and in collaborative project management situations, using specialized planning and management software. projects; | |||
CO5: | Students will demonstrate the ability to analyze a company's balance sheet and income statement; | |||
60 | BTCE703A | Water Resources Engineering | CO1: | Students are able to understand the different types of irrigation. |
CO2: | Students should be able to design the canal. | |||
CO3: | Students can explain the effects of water logging. | |||
CO4: | Students should be able to understand the behavior of river. | |||
CO5: | Students can plan the reservoir for different demands. | |||
61 | BTCE703B | Ground Improvement Techniques | CO1: | Identify the problematic soil Suggest the appropriate ground improvement technique as per the requirement of the project (dewatering, densification, stabilization, swelling control etc) |
CO2: | Analyse and design the technique for ground improvement | |||
62 | BTCE703C | Earthquake Resistant Design of Structure | CO1: | To explain the basic concepts in seismology and correlate to earthquake engineering. |
CO2: | To construct response spectrum of an earthquake and correlate to the construction of design spectra. | |||
CO3: | To formulate analytical model of MDOF systems subjected to earthquake loading for a given time history and analyze using response spectrum methods. | |||
CO4: | To apply the code procedures for seismic analysis, design and detailing of RC building frames. | |||
CO5: | To explain and suggest a suitable seismic resistant measure for masonry load bearing structures. | |||
63 | BTCE704A | Probability Methods in Civil Engineering | CO1: | Apply probabilistic techniques for the analysis of complex Civil Engineering structures using advanced techniques. |
CO2: | Demonstrate mathematical and statistical knowledge and skills to be applied in various civil engineering structures. | |||
CO3: | Apply the laws of logic to mathematical statements. | |||
CO4: | Develop mathematical thinking in the conduct of different experiments and presentation of results precisely. | |||
64 | BTCE704B | Solid Waste Management | CO1: | Understand the concept of solid waste management. |
CO2: | Explain handling and processing of solid waste. | |||
CO3: | Apply the concept of landfilling for disposal of solid waste. | |||
CO4: | Design composting and other solid waste conversion units. | |||
CO5: | Understand the various hazardous waste, risk assessment and legislation | |||
65 | BTCE704C | Geo-synthetics and Reinforced Soil Structures | CO1: | Identify the type of Geosynthetic and their relevance. |
CO2: | Analyze &compute different properties of Geosynthetics. | |||
CO3: | Understand the emerging trends of Geosynthetic in geotechnical applications. | |||
CO4: | Understand the emerging trends of Geosynthetic in geotechnical applications. | |||
CO5: | Design the Reinforced Foundation using Geosynthetic materials. | |||
66 | BTCE704D | Disaster Preparedness and Management | CO1: | Understand the basic concepts of disasters and hazards |
CO2: | Classify the natural disasters. | |||
CO3: | Analyze the impacts of disaster on various societal components | |||
CO4: | Understand the components of disaster management cycle and roles of various agencies its risk reduction | |||
CO5: | Understand the process of recovery, reconstruction and development methods | |||
67 | BTCE704E | Sustainable Construction Methods | CO1: | Classify the sustainable construction materials. |
CO2: | Apply cutting-edge construction technologies. | |||
CO3: | Evaluate different sustainable construction methods. | |||
CO4: | Apply different rating systems of construction/buildings as a professional. | |||
CO5: | Apply life cycle approach to optimize the performance of green construction materials | |||
68 | BTCE705A | FILTER DESIGN | CO1: | Choose an appropriate transform for the given signal. |
CO2: | Choose appropriate decimation and interpolation factors for high performance filters. | |||
CO3: | Model and design an AR system. | |||
CO4: | Implement filter algorithms on a given DSP processor platform. | |||
69 | BTCE705B | BIOECONOMICS | CO1: | Students will be able to understand basic concept of Bioeconomics, challenges, opportunities& regulations |
CO2: | Students will be able to understand development and innovation in terms of bioeconomy towards sustainable development | |||
CO3: | Students will be able to understand Inter- and transdisciplinarity in bioeconomy &research approaches | |||
CO4: | Students will be able to explain biobased resources ,value chain, innovative use of biomass and biological knowledge to provide food, feed, industrial products | |||
70 | BTCE705C | Design Thinking | CO1: | Develop a strong understanding of the design process and apply it in a variety of business settings |
CO2: | Analyze self, culture, teamwork to work in a multidisciplinary environment and exhibit empathetic behavior | |||
CO3: | Formulate specific problem statements of real time issues and generate innovative ideas using design tools | |||
CO4: | Apply critical thinking skills in order to arrive at the root cause from a set of likely | |||
CO5: | Demonstrate an enhanced ability to apply design thinking skills for evaluation of claims and arguments. | |||
71 | BTCE705E | Quality Management | CO1: | Realize the importance of significance of quality. |
CO2: | Manage quality improvement teams. | |||
CO3: | Identify requirements of quality improvement programs. | |||
CO4: | Identify improvement areas based on cost of poor quality. | |||
CO5: | Organize for quality and development of quality culture through small group activities | |||
72 | BTCE705F | Modeling of Field-Effect Nano Devices | CO1: | Study the MOS devices used below 10nm and beyond with an eye on the future. |
CO2: | Understand and study the physics behind the operation of multi-gate systems. | |||
CO3: | Design circuits using nano-scaled MOS transistors with the physical insight of their funct ional charisticis | |||
CO4: | Understand and study the physics behind the Radiation effects in SOI MOSFETs. | |||
CO5: | Understand the impact of device performance on digital circuits. | |||
73 | BTCE705G | Computerized Process Control | CO1: | Understand the Role of computers in process control, Elements of a computer aided Process control System, Classification of a Computer. |
CO2: | Design Phase Locked Local Loop, Mixers. Time Division Multiplexed System – TDMPAM system | |||
CO3: | Realize Process model, Physical model, Control Model. Modelling Procedure. | |||
CO4: | Formulate of Cascade Control, Predictive control, Adaptive Control, Inferential control, Intelligent Control, Statistical control. | |||
CO5: | Design Electric Oven Temperature Control, Reheat Furnace Temperature control. | |||
S.No. | Course Code | Course Name | Course Outcome (CO's) - Description | |
1 | BTEE101 | Programming for Problem Solving | CO1: | To develop simple algorithms for arithmetic and logical problems. |
CO2: | To translate the algorithms to programs & execution (in C language). | |||
CO3: | To implement conditional branching, iteration and recursion. | |||
CO4: | To decompose a problem into functions and synthesize a complete program using divide and conquer approach. | |||
CO5: | To use arrays, pointers and structures to develop algorithms and programs. | |||
2 | BTEE102 | Emerging Domain in Electronics Engineering |
CO1: | Understand the concept of PN Junction and devices. |
CO2: | Understand the concept of BJT, FET and MOFET. | |||
CO3: | Understand the concept of Operational amplifier. | |||
CO4: | Understand the concept of measurement instrument. | |||
CO5: | Understand the working principle of different type of sensor and their uses. | |||
CO6: | Understand the concept of IoT system & Understand the component of IoT system. | |||
3 | BTEE103 | Engineering Chemistry | CO1: | Use of different analytical instruments. |
CO2: | Measure molecular/system properties such as surface tension, viscosity, conductance of solution, chloride and iron content in water. | |||
CO3: | Measure hardness of water. | |||
CO4: | Estimate the rate constant of reaction. | |||
4 | BTEE104 | Engineering Mathematics- I | CO1: | Remember the concept of matrices and apply for solving linear simultaneous equations. |
CO2: | Understand the concept of limit, continuity and differentiability and apply in the study of Rolle,s , Lagrange,s and Cauchy mean value theorem and Leibnitz theorems . | |||
CO3: | Identify the application of partial differentiation and apply for evaluating maxima, minima, series and Jacobians. | |||
CO4: | Illustrate the working methods of multiple integral and apply for finding area, volume, centre of mass and centre of gravity. | |||
CO5: | Remember the concept of vector and apply for directional derivatives, tangent and normal planes. Also evaluate line, surface and volume integrals. | |||
5 | BTEE105 | English | CO1: | Students will be enabled to understand the basic objective of the course by being acquainted with specific dimensions of communication skills i.e. Reading, Writing, Listening, Thinking and Speaking. |
CO2: | Students would be able to create substantial base by the formation of strong professional vocabulary for its application at different platforms and through numerous modes as Comprehension, reading, writing and speaking etc. | |||
CO3: | Students will apply it at their work place for writing purposes such as Presentation/official drafting / administrative communication and use it for document/project/report/research paper writing. | |||
CO4: | Students will be made to evaluate the correct & error-free writing by being well-versed in rules of English grammar & cultivate relevant technical style of communication & presentation at their work place & also for academic uses. | |||
CO5: | Students will apply it for practical and oral presentation purposes by bei+G6ng honed up in presentation skills and voice-dynamics. They will apply techniques for developing inter-personal communication skills and positive attitude leading to their professional competence. | |||
6 | BTEE106 | Emerging Technology for Engineers | CO1: | Understand the concepts of internet of things, smart cities and industrial internet of things. |
CO2: | Understand the concepts of cloud computing . | |||
CO3: | Understand the concepts of block chain, cryptocurrencies, smart contracts. | |||
CO4: | Understand design principles, tools, trends in 3 D printing and drones. | |||
CO5: | Understand augmented reality ( AR), virtual reality (VR), 5G technology, brain computer interface and human brain. | |||
7 | BTEE201 | Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering & Mechatronics | CO1: | Identification of key elements of mechatronics system and its representation in terms of block diagram. |
CO2: | Understanding the concept of signal processing and use of interfacing systems such as ADC, DAC, digital I/O. | |||
CO3: | Interfacing of Sensors, Actuators using appropriate DAQ micro-controller. | |||
CO4: | Time and Frequency domain analysis of system model (for control application). | |||
CO5: | PID control implementation on real time systems. | |||
CO6: | Development of PLC ladder programming and implementation of real life system. | |||
8 | BTEE202 | Basic Electrical Engineering | CO1: | Apply the concepts of KVL/KCL and network theorems in solving DC circuits. |
CO2: | Analyze the steady state behavior of single phase and three phase AC electrical circuits. | |||
CO3: | Identify the application areas of a single phase two winding transformer as well as an auto transformer and calculate their efficiency. Also identify the connections of a three phase transformer. | |||
CO4: | Illustrate the working principles of induction motor, synchronous machine as well as DC machine and employ them in different area of applications. | |||
CO5: | Describe the components of low voltage electrical installations and perform elementary calculations for energy consumption. | |||
9 | BTEE203 | Engineering Physics | CO1: | To solve the classical and wave mechanics problems. |
CO2: | To develop the understanding of laws of thermodynamics and their application in various processes. | |||
CO3: | To formulate and solve the engineering problems on Electromagnetism & Electromagnetic Field Theory. | |||
CO4: | To aware of limits of classical physics & to apply the ideas in solving the problems in their parent streams. | |||
10 | BTEE204 | Engineering Mathematics- II | CO1: | Understand the concept of differentiation and apply for solving differential equations. |
CO2: | Remember the concept of definite integral and apply for evaluating surface areas and volumes. | |||
CO3: | Understand the concept of convergence of sequence and series. Also evaluate Fourier series. | |||
CO4: | Illustrate the working methods of complex functions and apply for finding analytic functions. | |||
CO5: | Apply the complex functions for finding Taylor’s series, Laurent’s series and evaluation of definite integrals. | |||
11 | BTEE205 | Environmental Science | CO1: | Understand the fundamental principles and concepts of environmental science, including ecosystems, biodiversity, natural resources, pollution, and sustainability. |
CO2: | Recognize and analyze the impacts of human activities on the environment, including pollution, deforestation, climate change, and habitat destruction. | |||
CO3: | Evaluate and apply scientific methods and tools for studying and monitoring the environment, including data collection, analysis, and interpretation. | |||
CO4: | Develop an awareness of environmental laws, policies, and regulations, and their implications for environmental protection and sustainability. | |||
CO5: | Apply critical thinking skills to assess and propose solutions to environmental challenges, such as resource management, pollution control, and conservation. | |||
CO6: | Enhance communication skills through effective presentation and discussion of environmental issues, both orally and in writing. | |||
CO7: | Foster an appreciation for the value of biodiversity, natural ecosystems, and the interdependence of humans and the environment. | |||
CO8: | Foster a sense of personal responsibility and ethical consideration towards the environment and promote sustainable practices in daily life. | |||
12 | BTEE206 | Artificial Intelligence for Engineers | CO1: | Understand the evolution and various approaches of AI. |
CO2: | Understand data storage, processing, visualization, and its use in regression, clustering etc. | |||
CO3: | Understand natural language processing and chatbots. | |||
CO4: | Understand the concepts of neural networks. | |||
CO5: | Understand the concepts of face, object, speech recognition and robots. | |||
13 | BTEE301 | Mathematics–III | CO1: | Remember the concept of partial differential equation and to solve partial differential equations. |
CO2: | Analyze the concept of partial differential equations to evaluate the problems concerned with partial differential equations. |
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CO3: | Understand the concept of correlation, moments, skewness and kurtosis and curve fitting. |
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CO4: | Remember the concept of probability to evaluate probability distributions. |
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CO5: | Apply the concept of hypothesis testing and statistical quality control to create control charts. |
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14 | BTEE302 | Technical Communication | CO1: | Students will be enabled to understand the nature and objective of Technical Communication relevant for the work place as Engineers. |
CO2: | Students will utilize the technical writing for the purposes of Technical Communication and its exposure in various dimensions. | |||
CO3: | Students would imbibe inputs by presentation skills to enhance confidence in face of diverse audience. | |||
CO4: | Technical communication skills will create a vast know-how of the application of the learning to promote their technical competence. | |||
CO5: | It would enable them to evaluate their efficacy as fluent & efficient communicators by learning the voice-dynamics. | |||
15 | BTEE303 | Electromagnetic Field Theory |
CO1: | Apply different coordinate systems and their application in electromagnetic field theory, establish a relation between any two systems and also understand the vector calculus. |
CO2: | Understand the concept of static electric field. Understand the concept of current and properties of conductors. Establish boundary conditions and to calculate capacitances of different types of capacitors | |||
CO3: | Understand the concept of static magnetic field, magnetic scalar and vector potential. | |||
CO4: | Understand the forces due to magnetic field, magnetization, magnetic boundary conditions and inductors. | |||
CO5: | Understand displacement current, time varying fields, propagation and reflection of EM waves and transmission lines. | |||
16 | BTEE304 | Electrical Measurements & Instrumentation |
CO1: | Evaluate errors in measurement as well as identify and use different types of instruments for the measurement of voltage, current, power and energy. |
CO2: | Display the knowledge of measurement of electrical quantities resistance, inductance and capacitance with the help of bridges. | |||
CO3: | Demonstrate the working of instrument transformers as well as calculate the errors in current and potential transformers. | |||
CO4: | Manifest the working of electronic instruments like voltmeter, multi-meter, frequency meter and CRO. | |||
CO5: | Display the knowledge of transducers, their classifications and their applications forthemeasurementofphysicalquantitieslikemotion,force,pressure, temperature, flow and liquid level. |
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17 | BTEE305 | Basic Signals & Systems | CO1: | Represent the various types of signals & systems and can perform mathematical operations on them. |
CO2: | Analyze the response of LTI system to Fourier series and Fourier transform and to evaluate their applications to network analysis. | |||
CO3: | Analyze the properties of continuous time signals and system using Laplace transform and determine the response of linear system to known inputs. | |||
CO4: | Implement the concepts of Z transform to solve complex engineering problems using difference equations. | |||
CO5: | Develop and analyze the concept of state-space models for SISO & MIMO system. | |||
18 | BTEE306 | Constitution of India, Law & Engineering | CO1: | Identify and explore the basic features and modalities about Indian constitution. |
CO2: | Differentiate and relate the functioning of Indian parliamentary system at the center and state level. | |||
CO3: | Differentiate different aspects of Indian Legal System and its related bodies. | |||
CO4: | Discover and apply different laws and regulations related to engineering practices. | |||
CO5: | Correlate role of engineers with different organizations and governance models. | |||
19 | BTEE401 | Analog Devices & Electronic Circuits | CO1: | Choose proper semiconductor device for various applications. |
CO2: | Analyze the Special Diodes and Power Devices with their characteristics and applications. | |||
CO3: | Analyze the structure operation, V-I characteristics and detail circuit of BJT with help of small signal model. | |||
CO4: | Analyze the structure operation, V-I characteristics and detail circuit of MOSFET with help of small signal model. | |||
CO5: | Demonstrate the use of Op-Amp circuits and its internal parameters along with its applications. | |||
20 | BTEE402 | Universal Human Values | CO1: | Understand the significance of value inputs in a classroom, distinguish between values and skills, understand the need, basic guidelines, content and process of value education, explore the meaning of happiness and prosperity and do a correct appraisal of the current scenario in the society. |
CO2: | Distinguish between the Self and the Body, understand the meaning of Harmony in the Self the Co-existence of Self and Body. | |||
CO3: | Understand the value of harmonious relationship based on trust, respect and other naturally acceptable feelings in human-human relationships and explore their role in ensuring a harmonious society. | |||
CO4: | Understand the harmony in nature and existence, and work out their mutually fulfilling participation in the nature. | |||
CO5: | Distinguish between ethical and unethical practices, and start working out the strategy to actualize a harmonious environment wherever they work. | |||
21 | BTEE403 | Digital Electronics | CO1: | Apply concepts of Digital Binary System and implementation of Gates. |
CO2: | Analyze and design of Combinational logic circuits. | |||
CO3: | Analyze and design of Sequential logic circuits with their applications. | |||
CO4: | Implement the Design procedure of Synchronous & Asynchronous Sequential Circuits. | |||
CO5: | Apply the concept of Digital Logic Families with circuit implementation. | |||
22 | BTEE404 | Electrical Machines-I | CO1: | Analyze the various principles & concepts involved in Electromechanical Energy conversion. |
CO2: | Demonstrate the constructional details of DCmachines as well astransformers, and principleof operationofbrushless DCmotor, StepperandDCServo motors. |
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CO3: | Evaluate the performance and characteristics of DC Machine as motor and as well as generator. | |||
CO4: | Evaluate the performance of transformers, individually and in parallel operation. | |||
CO5: | Demonstrate and perform various connections of three phase transformers. | |||
23 | BTEE405 | Networks Analysis & Synthesis |
CO1: | Apply the knowledge of basic circuital law, nodal and mesh methods of circuit analysis and simplify the network using Graph Theory approach. |
CO2: | Analyze the AC and DC circuits using Kirchhoff’s law and Network simplification theorems. | |||
CO3: | Analyze steady-state responses and transient response of DC and AC circuits using classical and Laplace transform methods. |
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CO4: | Demonstrate the concept of complex frequency and analyze the structure and function of one and two port network. Also evaluate and analysis two-port network parameters. | |||
CO5: | Synthesize one port network and analyze different filters. | |||
24 | BTEE406 | Indian Tradition, Culture & Society | CO1: | To enable the students to understand the importance of our surroundings and encourage the students to contribute towards sustainable development. |
CO2: | To sensitize students towards issues related to ‘Indian’ culture, tradition and its composite character. | |||
CO3: | To make students aware of holistic life styles of Yogic-science and wisdom capsules in Sanskrit literature that are important in modern society with rapid technological advancements and societal disruptions. | |||
CO4: | To acquaint students with Indian Knowledge System, Indian perspective of modern. | |||
CO5: | scientific world-view and basic principles of Yoga and holistic health care system. | |||
25 | BTEE501 | Power System - I | CO1: | Describe the working principle and basic components of conventional power plants as well as the other aspects of power generation. |
CO2: | Recognize elements of power system and their functions, as well as compare the different types of supply systems. Illustrate different types of conductors, transmission lines and various performance parameters of transmission line for short, medium and long transmission line. | |||
CO3: | Calculate sag and tension in overhead lines with and without wind and ice loading. Classify different type of insulators, determine potential distribution over a string of insulator, string efficiency and its improvement. | |||
CO4: | Compute the inductance and capacitance of single phase, three phase lines with symmetrical and unsymmetrical spacing, Composite conductors-transposition, bundled conductors, and understand the effect of earth on capacitance of transmission lines. | |||
CO5: | Elucidate different types of cables and assess the Resistance and capacitance parameters of cables, grading of cables and compare overhead lines and cables. | |||
26 | BTEE502 | Control System | CO1: | Obtain transfer functions to predict the correct operation of open loop and closed loop control systems and identify the basic elements, structures and the characteristics of feedback control systems. |
CO2: | Measure and evaluate the performance of basic control systems in time domain. Design specification for different control action. | |||
CO3: | Analyze the stability of linear time-invariant systems in time domain using Routh- Hurwitz criterion and root locus technique. | |||
CO4: | Determine the stability of linear time-invariant systems in frequency domain using Nyquist criterion and Bode plot. | |||
CO5: | Design different type of compensators to achieve the desired performance of control System by root locus and Bode plot method. Develop and analyze the intermediate states of the system using state space analysis. | |||
27 | BTEE503 | Electrical Machines-II | CO1: | Demonstrate the constructional details and principle of operation of three phase Induction and Synchronous Machines. |
CO2: | Analyze the performance of the three phase Induction and Synchronous Machines using the phasor diagrams and equivalent circuits. | |||
CO3: | Select appropriate three phase AC machine for any application and appraise its significance. | |||
CO4: | Start and observe the various characteristics of three phase Induction & Synchronous Machines. | |||
CO5: | Explain the principle of operation and performance of Single-Phase Induction Motor & Universal Motor. | |||
28 | BTEE504A | Robotics | CO1: | Learn the basic terminology used in robotics. |
CO2: | Conceptualize 3-D translation & orientation of robot arm kinematics. | |||
CO3: | Understand different robotic actuators and power transmission systems. | |||
CO4: | Classify the types of robotic grippers used in automation industries. | |||
CO5: | Realization of robotic sensoric system and their interfacing with robot controller. | |||
29 | BTEE504B | Sensors and Transducers | CO1: | Understand the working of commonly used sensors in industry for measurement of displacement, force and pressure. |
CO2: | Recognize the working of commonly used sensors in industry for measurement of temperature, position, accelerometer, vibration sensor, flow and level. | |||
CO3: | Identify the application of machine vision. | |||
CO4: | Conceptualize signal conditioning and data acquisition methods. | |||
CO5: | Comprehend smart sensors and their applications in automation systems | |||
30 | BTEE504C | Industrial Automation and Control | CO1: | Understand the concept of automation, its terminology and basic communication protocol. |
CO2: | Apply Relay logic for automation. | |||
CO3: | Learn about PLC, its operation and application in automation. | |||
CO4: | Analyze the industrial sensors, its terminology and how one can interface with PLC. | |||
CO5: | Demonstrate Pneumatic system and its application in industry. | |||
31 | BTEE504D | Electrical Standards and Engineering Practices | CO1: | Interpret different National & International Electrical Standards in practice. |
CO2: | Understand Indian standards for cables, lighting and motors. | |||
CO3: | Understand Indian standards of transformers, LV & HV switchgears. | |||
CO4: | Demonstrate the basic guidelines for National codes and design practices. | |||
CO5: | Select the size and type of transformer, cable & switchgear for electrical applications. | |||
32 | BTEE505A | Optimization Techniques | CO1: | Understand the importance of optimization techniques in engineering applications. |
CO2: | Learn optimization methods for solving linear programming problems. | |||
CO3: | Learn optimization methods for solving nonlinear programming problems. | |||
CO4: | Be aware of the concept of simulation and modern methods of optimization. | |||
CO5: | Apply optimization techniques to electrical engineering problems. | |||
33 | BTEE505B | Neural Networks & Fuzzy System | CO1: | Apply the concepts of feed forward neural networks and their learning techniques. |
CO2: | Comprehend the architecture, develop algorithms and apply the concepts of back propagation networks. | |||
CO3: | Differentiate between the fuzzy and the crisp sets, apply the concepts of fuzziness and the fuzzy set theory. | |||
CO4: | Select the membership functions, write rules and develop the fuzzy controller for Industrial applications. | |||
CO5: | Demonstrate the working of fuzzy neural networks and identify its applications. | |||
34 | BTEE505C | Digital Signal Processing | CO1: | Represent discrete sequence and LTI systems, frequency domain of discrete sequence. Compute Fourier transform. Draw structure of systems based on System type-IIR & FIR Systems. |
CO2: | Describe sampling of signal and its reconstruction, processing of continuous time and discrete time signals. Sampling rate variation and application of multirate signal processing. Sampling effect in A/D and D/A conversion. | |||
CO3: | Evaluate the response of LTI system and rational system function. Drive linear phase systems. Compute discrete Fourier transform (DFT) and calculate linear and circular convolution. | |||
CO4: | Design IIR & FIR filters with the desired specification with the help of impulse invariant and bilinear transformation method for IIR, with the help of window techniques for FIR. Design Butterworth and Chebyshev filter response. | |||
CO5: | Compute DFT using efficient algorithm like FFT in decimation in time and decimation in frequency both, using convolution property and Goertzel algorithm. Comparison between wavelet and Fourier transform. Application of WCT & DCT. | |||
35 | BTEE505D | Analog & Digital Communication | CO1: | Understand the Amplitude Modulation in communication system. |
CO2: | Comprehend the Frequency & Phase modulation. | |||
CO3: | Realize the Pulse Modulation Techniques. | |||
CO4: | Get the Digital Modulation Techniques and their use in communication system. | |||
CO5: | Apply the concept of Information Theory in Communication Engineering. | |||
36 | BTEE506A | Real Time Systems | CO1: | Describe concepts of Real-Time systems and modeling. |
CO2: | Recognize the characteristics of a real-time system in context with real time scheduling. | |||
CO3: | Classify various resource sharing mechanisms and their related protocols. | |||
CO4: | Interpret the basics of real time communication by the knowledge of real time models and protocols. | |||
CO5: | Apply the basics of RTOS in interpretation of real time systems. | |||
37 | BTEE506B | Embedded System | CO1: | Understand the basics of embedded system and its structural units. |
CO2: | Analyze the embedded system specification and develop software programs. | |||
CO3: | Evaluate the requirements of the programming embedded systems, related software architecture. | |||
CO4: | Understand the RTOS based embedded system design. | |||
CO5: | Understand all the applications of the embedded system and designing issues. | |||
38 | BTEE506C | Introduction To Mems | CO1: | Understand the Basic concept of MEMS Fabrication Technologies, Piezoresistance Effect, Piezoelectricity, Piezoresistive Sensor. |
CO2: | Explain Mechanics of Beam and Diaphragm Structures. | |||
CO3: | Understand the Basic concept of Air Damping and Basic Equations for Slide-film Air Damping, Couette-flow Model, Stokes-flow Model. | |||
CO4: | Know the concept of Electrostatic Actuation. | |||
CO5: | Understand the applications of MEMS in RF. | |||
39 | BTEE506D | Object Oriented Programming | CO1: | Apply Java in developing Object Oriented code. |
CO2: | Apply the knowledge of Multi-threading and Streams in developing Java applications. | |||
CO3: | Design and implement applications using GUI and Networking in Java. | |||
CO4: | Apply the knowledge of Collections and Generics for building Java applications. | |||
CO5: | Design and develop Java based applications for solutions to real world problems. | |||
40 | BTEE506E | Numerical Techniques | CO1: | Understand about the basics of Ordinary Differential Equations, Separable equations, Equations made separable by change of variables. |
CO2: | Retrieve the information content of Power series method. | |||
CO3: | Apply problem specific Bessel’s equation, Bessel Functions to engineering applications. | |||
CO4: | Understand about the basics of matrix, Eigen values and eigen vectors. | |||
CO5: | Analysis of Stage wise Processes by the Calculus of Finite Differences, Countercurrent Liquid- Liquid Extraction. | |||
41 | BTEE506F | GIS & Remote Sensing | CO1: | Understand about the principles of Remote Sensing and its advantages and limitations. |
CO2: | Retrieve the information content of remotely sensed data. | |||
CO3: | Apply problem specific remote sensing data for engineering applications. | |||
CO4: | Analyze spatial and attribute data for solving spatial problems. | |||
CO5: | Create GIS and cartographic outputs for presentation. | |||
42 | BTEE601 | Power System-II | CO1: | Identify power system components on one line diagram of power system and its representation including the behaviour of the constituent components and sub systems and Analyse a network under both balanced and unbalanced fault conditions and design the rating of circuit breakers. |
CO2: | Perform load flow analysis of an electrical power network and interpret the results of the analysis. | |||
CO3: | Describe the concept of travelling waves in transmission lines and use the travelling wave theory to determine the over voltage caused by surge propagation in transmission networks. | |||
CO4: | Assess the steady state and transient stability of the power system under various conditions. | |||
CO5: | Describe Operating Principle of a relay and classify them according to applications. Explain working principle of Circuit breaker and phenomenon of arc production and quenching. | |||
43 | BTEE602 | Microprocessor and Microcontroller | CO1: | Demonstrate the basic architecture of 8085 & 8086 microprocessors. |
CO2: | Illustrate the programming model of microprocessors & write program using 8085 microprocessor. | |||
CO3: | Interface different external peripheral devices with 8085 microprocessor. | |||
CO4: | Comprehend the architecture of 8051 microcontroller . | |||
CO5: | Compare advancelevel microprocessorµcontroller fordifferent applications. | |||
44 | BTEE603 | Power Electronics | CO1: | Demonstrate the characteristics as well as the operation of BJT, MOSFET, IGBT, SCR, TRIAC and GTO and identify their use in the power switching applications. |
CO2: | Comprehend the non-isolated DC-DC converters and apply their use in different Power electronics applications. | |||
CO3: | Analyze the phase controlled rectifiers and evaluate their performance parameters. | |||
CO4: | Apprehend the working of single-phase ac voltage controllers, cyclo-converters and their various applications. | |||
CO5: | Explain the single-phase and three phase bridge inverters differentiate between CSI and VSI and apply PWM for harmonic reduction. | |||
45 | BTEE604A | Special Electrical Machines | CO1: | Describe the working principle, Constructional Features of different types of electrical machines including the fractional kilowatt machines. |
CO2: | Analyse torque- speed characteristics of different electrical machines and interpret their performance and identify the suitable machine for an operation. | |||
CO3: | Study different types of control techniques for a machine and identify the best control strategy based upon different constraints. | |||
CO4: | Illustrate the use of stepper, BLDCs, SRM, and other special machines in the area of the various industrial and domestic as well as commercial applications of various fractional kilowatt machines. | |||
46 | BTEE604B | Electrical Machine Design | CO1: | Classify insulating materials for electrical machines and calculate mmf and magnetizing current. |
CO2: | Design the core, yoke, windings and the cooling system of a transformer. | |||
CO3: | Illustrate the core and armature design of DC and 3-phase synchronous machine. Design design of three phase induction motors, field system of DC machine and synchronous machines. | |||
CO4: | Analyse computer aided design approaches and apply the concepts of of optimization for the design of transformer, dc machine, three phase induction and synchronous machines. | |||
47 | BTEE604C | Digital Control System | CO1: | Represent discrete time systems under the form of z-domain transfer functions and state-space models. |
CO2: | Obtain the model of discrete-time systems by pulse transfer function. | |||
CO3: | Analyze stability, transient response and steady state behaviour of linear discrete- time systems, analytically and numerically using tools such as MATLAB and Simulink. | |||
CO4: | Design sampled data control systems. | |||
CO5: | Describe Discrete state space model and test controllability and observability of systems. | |||
48 | BTEE604D | Electrical and Hybrid Vehicles | CO1: | Choose a suitable drive scheme for developing an electric hybrid vehicle depending on resources. |
CO2: | Design and develop basic schemes of electric vehicles and hybrid electric vehicles. | |||
CO3: | Choose proper energy storage systems for vehicle applications. | |||
CO4: | Identify various communication protocols and technologies used in vehicle networks. | |||
49 | BTEE605A | Utilization of Electrical Energy & Electric Traction | CO1: | Analyze the methods of electric heating, |
CO2: | Obtain the performance of speed time curve and its simplification. | |||
CO3: | Demonstrate thevarious Illumation techniques. | |||
CO4: | Demonstrate procedures and analysisof energy saving Power Electronic control of dc and ac traction drives . | |||
50 | BTEE605B | Introduction to Smart Grid | CO1: | Study the concept of Electric grid and smart frid. |
CO2: | Analyze the Smart Grid Technologies. | |||
CO3: | Analyze smart substations. | |||
CO4: | Demonstrate procedures and analysis of Power Quality Management in Smart Grid. | |||
51 | BTEE605C | Computer Aided Power System Analysis | CO1: | Study the concept of Modern Power Systems Operation and Control. |
CO2: | Analysis of Faulted Power System. | |||
CO3: | Analyze Security Analysis. | |||
CO4: | Stability Analysis: Classification of Power System. | |||
52 | BTEE605D | High Voltage Engineering | CO1: | Describe conduction and breakdown phenomenon in gases, liquid dielectrics and solid dielectrics. |
CO2: | Explain generation of high voltages and currents. | |||
CO3: | Explain measurement techniques for high voltages and currents. |
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CO4: | Describe overvoltage phenomenon and insulation coordination in electric power systems. |
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CO5: | Describe non-destructive testing of materials and electric apparatus andhigh-voltage testing of electric apparatus |
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53 | BTEEOE606A | Digital & Social Media Marketing | CO1: | Understand what social media is, the various channels through which it operates, and its role in marketing strategy. |
CO2: | Use principles of consumer and social psychology to develop social media content and campaigns that engage consumers. | |||
CO3: | Draw on knowledge about word-of-mouth marketing to develop effective approaches for propagating ideas, messages, products, and behaviors across social networks. | |||
CO4: | Measure the impact of a social media campaign in terms of a specific marketing objective. | |||
54 | BTEEOE606B | Idea to Business Model | CO1: | Examine the challenges associated with defining the concepts of entrepreneur and entrepreneurship. |
CO2: | Discuss how the evolution of entrepreneurship thought has influenced how we view the concept of entrepreneurship today. | |||
CO3: | Discuss how the list of basic questions in entrepreneurship research can be expanded to include research inquiries that are important in today’s world. | |||
CO4: | Discuss how the concepts of entrepreneurial uniqueness, entrepreneurial personality traits, and entrepreneurial cognitions can help society improve its support for entrepreneurship. | |||
CO5: | Apply the general venturing script to the study of entrepreneurship. | |||
55 | BTEEOE606C | Machine Learning | CO1: | Gain knowledge about basic concepts of Machine Learning . |
CO2: | Identify machine learning techniques suitable for a given problem. | |||
CO3: | Solve the problems using various machine learning techniques. | |||
CO4: | Apply Dimensionality reduction techniques. | |||
CO5: | Design application using machine learning techniques. | |||
56 | BTEEOE606D | Renewable Energy Resources | CO1: | Describe the environmental aspects of non-conventional energy resources. In Comparison with various conventional energy systems, their prospects and limitations. |
CO2: | Know the need of renewable energy resources, historical and latest developments. | |||
CO3: | Describe the use of solar energy and the various components used in the energy production with respect to applications like - heating, cooling, desalination, power generation, drying, cooking etc. | |||
CO4: | Appreciate the need of Wind Energy and the various components used in energy generation and know the classifications. | |||
CO5: | Understand the concept of Biomass energy resources and their classification, types of biogas Plants- applications. | |||
CO6: | Compare Solar, Wind and bio energy systems, their prospects, Advantages and limitations. | |||
CO7: | Acquire the knowledge of fuel cells, wave power, tidal power and geothermal principles and applications. | |||
57 | BTEEOE606E | Operation Research | CO1: | Identify and develop operational research models from the verbal description of the real system. |
CO2: | Understand the mathematical tools that are needed to solve optimization problems. | |||
CO3: | Use mathematical software to solve the proposed models. | |||
CO4: | Develop a report that describes the model and the solving technique, analyze the results and propose recommendations in language understandable to the decision-making processes in Management Engineering. | |||
58 | BTEE701 | Electric Drives | CO1: | Demonstrate the characteristics of Electric Drives and its parts. |
CO2: | Determination of motor power rating for continuous duty, short time duty and intermittent duty. | |||
CO3: | Analyze the Electric Braking and its Purpose and types of electric braking. | |||
CO4: | Understand the Power Electronic Control of AC Drives Three Phase induction Motor Drive. | |||
CO5: | Explain the Three Phase induction Motor Drive and Static Voltage control schem. | |||
59 | BTEE703 | Power System Protection | CO1: | Describe the relays and different protective schemes. |
CO2: | Explain Relay types and its application. | |||
CO3: | Describe types of faults and protection scheme for major components of power system. |
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CO4: | Describe the circuit breaker operation, testing and types. | |||
CO5: | Explain the electronic relay, microprocessor and computer based protection schemes. | |||
60 | BTEE704A | Energy Efficiency & Conservation | CO1: | Study the concept of Energy conservation. |
CO2: | Analysis of Energy management Team Consideration in lamenting energy conservation Programme. | |||
CO3: | Demonstration of Voltage and Reactive power in Distribution Systems. | |||
CO4: | Explain the Efficiency in Motors and Lighting system. | |||
61 | BTEE704B | Reliability Engineering | CO1: | Study the concept of reliability. |
CO2: | Analyze the Smart Grid Technologies. | |||
CO3: | Analyze smart substations. | |||
CO4: | Demonstrate procedures and analysis of Power Quality Management in Smart Grid. | |||
62 | BTEE704C | EHVAC &DC Transmission | CO1: | Need of EHV transmission. |
CO2: | Describe the characteristics and generation of impulse voltage. | |||
CO3: | Explain the converter controls characteristics. | |||
CO4: | Analysis of protection against over currents and over voltages. | |||
63 | BTEE704D | Power Quality and Facts | CO1: | Classify the power quality issues in electrical distribution network. |
CO2: | Describe the sources of voltage sag and protective devices including voltage regulators, active series compensator and UPS. | |||
CO3: | Describe the different phenomenon causing electrical transients and devices for over voltage protection. | |||
CO4: | Explain the working and application of different type of FACT devices like SSC, SVC, TSC, SSS, TCSC, UPFC. | |||
CO5: | Explain the causes of harmonics, its effect on motor ,capacitor, cables and mitigation techniques. | |||
64 | BTEEOE705A | Filter Design | CO1: | Choose an appropriate transform for the given signal. |
CO2: | Choose appropriate decimation and interpolation factors for high performance filters. | |||
CO3: | Model and design an AR system. | |||
CO4: | Implement filter algorithms on a given DSP processor platform. | |||
65 | BTEEOE705B | Bioeconomics | CO1: | Students will be able to understand basic concept of Bioeconomics, challenges, opportunities& regulations. |
CO2: | Students will be able to understand development and innovation in terms of bioeconomy towards sustainable development. | |||
CO3: | Students will be able to understand Inter- and transdisciplinarity in bioeconomy &research approaches. | |||
CO4: | Students will be able to explain biobased resources ,value chain, innovative use of biomass and biological knowledge to provide food, feed, industrial products. | |||
66 | BTEEOE705C | Design Thinking | CO1: | Develop a strong understanding of the design process and apply it in a variety of business settings. |
CO2: | Analyze self, culture, teamwork to work in a multidisciplinary environment and exhibit empathetic behavior. | |||
CO3: | Formulate specific problem statements of real time issues and generate innovative ideas using design tools. | |||
CO4: | Apply critical thinking skills in order to arrive at the root cause from a set of likely causes. | |||
CO5: | Demonstrate an enhanced ability to apply design thinking skills for evaluation of claims and arguments. | |||
67 | BTEEOE705E | Quality Management | CO1: | Realize the importance of significance of quality. |
CO2: | Manage quality improvement teams. | |||
CO3: | Identify requirements of quality improvement programs. | |||
CO4: | Identify improvement areas based on cost of poor quality. | |||
CO5: | Organize for quality and development of quality culture through small group activities. | |||
68 | BTEEOE705F | Modeling of Field Effects Nano Devices | CO1: | Study the MOS devices used below 10nm and beyond with an eye on the future. |
CO2: | Understand and study the physics behind the operation of multi-gate systems. | |||
CO3: | Design circuits using nano-scaled MOS transistors with the physical insight of their functionalcharacteristics. | |||
CO4: | Understand and study the physics behind the Radiation effects in SOI MOSFETs. | |||
CO5: | Understand the impact of device performance on digital circuits. | |||
69 | BTEEOE705G | Computerized Process Control | CO1: | Understand the Role of computers in process control, Elements of a computer aided Process control System, Classification of a Computer. |
CO2: | Design Phase Locked Local Loop, Mixers. Time Division Multiplexed System – TDM/PAM system. | |||
CO3: | Realize Process model, Physical model, Control Model. Modelling Procedure. | |||
CO4: | Formulate of Cascade Control, Predictive control, Adaptive Control, Inferential control, Intelligent Control, Statistical control. | |||
CO5: | Design Electric Oven Temperature Control, Reheat Furnace Temperature control. |
S.No. | Course Code | Course Name | Course Outcome (CO's) - Description | |
1 | BTME101 | Programming for Problem Solving | CO1: | To develop simple algorithms for arithmetic and logical problems |
CO2: | To translate the algorithms to programs & execution (in C language | |||
CO3: | To implement conditional branching, iteration and recursion. | |||
CO4: | To decompose a problem into functions and synthesize a complete program using divide and conquer approach. | |||
CO5: | To use arrays, pointers and structures to develop algorithms and programs | |||
2 | BTME102 | EMERGING DOMAIN IN ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING | CO1: | Understand the concept of PN Junction and devices |
CO2: | Understand the concept of BJT, FET and MOFET | |||
CO3: | Understand the concept of Operational amplifier | |||
CO4: | Understand the concept of measurement instrument | |||
CO5: | Understand the working principle of different type of sensor and their uses. | |||
CO6: | Understand the concept of IoT system & Understand the component of IoT system | |||
3 | BTME103 | ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY | CO1: | Use of different analytical instruments. |
CO2: | Measure molecular/system properties such as surface tension, viscosity, conductance of solution, chloride and iron content in water. | |||
CO3: | Measure hardness of water. | |||
CO4: | Estimate the rate constant of reaction | |||
4 | BTME104 | ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS-I | CO1: | Remember the concept of matrices and apply for solving linear simultaneous equations. |
CO2: | Understand the concept of limit, continuity and differentiability and apply in the study of Rolle,s , Lagrange,s and Cauchy mean value theorem and Leibnitz theorems . | |||
CO3: | Identify the application of partial differentiation and apply for evaluating maxima, minima, series and Jacobians. | |||
CO4: | Illustrate the working methods of multiple integral and apply for finding area, volume, centre of mass and centre of gravity. | |||
CO5: | Remember the concept of vector and apply for directional derivatives, tangent and normal planes. Also evaluate line, surface and volume integrals. | |||
5 | BTME105 | ENGLISH | CO1: | Students will be enabled to understand the basic objective of the course by being acquainted with specific dimensions of communication skills i.e. Reading, Writing, Listening, Thinking and Speaking. |
CO2: | Students would be able to create substantial base by the formation of strong professional vocabulary for its application at different platforms and through numerous modes as Comprehension, reading, writing and speaking etc. | |||
CO3: | Students will apply it at their work place for writing purposes such as Presentation/official drafting / administrative communication and use it for document/project/report/research paper writing. | |||
CO4: | Students will be made to evaluate the correct & error-free writing by being well-versed in rules of English grammar & cultivate relevant technical style of communication & presentation at their work place & also for academic uses. | |||
CO5: | Students will apply it for practical and oral presentation purposes by being honed up in presentation skills and voice-dynamics. They will apply techniques for developing inter-personal communication skills and positive attitude leading to their professional competence. | |||
6 | BTME106 | Emerging Technology for Engineers | CO1: | To understand the basic concepts of IoT, followed by major components, its layer |
CO2: | architecture and how IoT is impacting the Industry in the various forms along with major applications | |||
CO3: | To make students aware about basic concepts of cloud computing, its benefits and different applications along with insights of major service providers. | |||
CO4: | To understand the basic concepts of Blockchain and its underlying technologies with its implementation as cryptocurrencies. | |||
CO5: | To understand the concept of Additive Manufacturing, its applications in various fields and the basic concepts of drones, their assembly and government regulations involved. | |||
CO6: | To introduce students to the upcoming technology and to develop the required skills for practical applications. | |||
7 | BTME201 | Fundamental of Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics | CO1: | Identification of key elements of mechatronics system and its representation in terms of block diagram |
CO2: | Understanding the concept of signal processing and use of interfacing systems such as ADC, DAC, digital I/O | |||
CO3: | Interfacing of Sensors, Actuators using appropriate DAQ micro-controller | |||
CO4: | Time and Frequency domain analysis of system model (for control application) | |||
CO5: | PID control implementation on real time systems | |||
8 | BTME202 | Basic Electrical Engineering | CO1: | Apply the concepts of KVL/KCL and network theorems in solving DC circuits. |
CO2: | Analyze the steady state behavior of single phase and three phase AC electrical circuits. | |||
CO3: | Identify the application areas of a single phase two winding transformer as well as an auto transformer and calculate their efficiency. Also identify the connections of a three phase transformer. | |||
CO4: | Illustrate the working principles of induction motor, synchronous machine as well as DC machine and employ them in different area of applications. | |||
CO5: | Describe the components of low voltage electrical installations and perform elementary calculations for energy consumption. | |||
9 | BTME203 | Engineering Physics | CO1: | To solve the classical and wave mechanics problems |
CO2: | To develop the understanding of laws of thermodynamics and their application in various processes | |||
CO3: | To formulate and solve the engineering problems on Electromagnetism & Electromagnetic Field Theory | |||
CO4: | To aware of limits of classical physics & to apply the ideas in solving the problems in their parent streams | |||
10 | BTME204 | Engineering Mathematics-II | CO1: | Understand the concept of differentiation and apply for solving differential equations |
CO2: | Remember the concept of definite integral and apply for evaluating surface areas and volumes | |||
CO3: | Understand the concept of convergence of sequence and series. Also evaluate Fourier series | |||
CO4: | Illustrate the working methods of complex functions and apply for finding analytic functions | |||
CO5: | Apply the complex functions for finding Taylor’s series, Laurent’s series and evaluation of definite integrals | |||
11 | BTME205 | Environmental Science | CO1: | Multidisciplinary nature of environmental studies |
CO2: | Scope and importance; Concept of sustainability and sustainable development. | |||
12 | BTME206 | Artificial Intelligence for Engineers | CO1: | Understand the evolution and various approaches of AI |
CO2: | Understand data storage, processing, visualization, and its use in regression, clustering etc | |||
CO3: | Understand natural language processing and chatbots | |||
CO4: | Understand the concepts of neural networks. | |||
CO5: | Understand the concepts of face, object, speech recognition and robots. | |||
13 | BTME301 | Mathematics-III | CO1: | The idea of partial differentiation and types of partial differential equations |
CO2: | The idea of classification of second partial differential equations, wave , heat equation and transmission lines | |||
CO3: | The basic ideas of statistics including measures of central tendency, correlation, regression and their properties. | |||
CO4: | The idea s of probability and random variables and various discrete and continuous probability distributions and their properties. | |||
CO5: | The statistical methods of studying data samples, hypothesis testing and statistical quality control, control charts and their properties. | |||
14 | BTME302 | Technical Communication | CO1: | Students will be enabled to understand the nature and objective of Technical Communication relevant for the work place as Engineers. |
CO2: | Students will utilize the technical writing for the purposes of Technical Communication and its exposure in various dimensions. | |||
CO3: | Students would imbibe inputs by presentation skills to enhance confidence in face of diverse audience. | |||
CO4: | Technical communication skills will create a vast know-how of the application of the learning to promote their technical competence. | |||
CO5: | It would enable them to evaluate their efficacy as fluent & efficient communicators by learning the voice-dynamics. | |||
15 | BTME303 | THERMODYNAMICS | CO1: | After completing this course, the students will be able to apply energy balance to systems and control volumes, in situations involving heat and work interactions. |
CO2: | Students can evaluate changes in thermodynamic properties of substances. | |||
CO3: | The students will be able to evaluate the performance of energy conversion devices. | |||
CO4: | The students will be able to differentiate between high grade and low-grade energies | |||
16 | BTME304 | ENGINEERING MECHANICS | CO1: | Beer, F.P and Johnston Jr. E.R., “Vector Mechanics for Engineers (In SI Units): Statics and Dynamics”, 8th Edition, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing company, New Delhi (2004). |
CO2: | Vela Murali, “Engineering Mechanics”, Oxford University Press (2010). | |||
CO3: | A Textbook of Engineering Mechanics, R.K. Bansal, Laxmi Publications. | |||
CO4: | Engineering Mechanics, R.S. Khurmi, S.Chand Publishing | |||
CO5: | Meriam J.L. and Kraige L.G., “Engineering Mechanics- Statics - Volume 1, Dynamics- Volume 2”, Third Edition, John Wiley & Sons (1993). | |||
CO6: | Rajasekaran S and Sankarasubramanian G., “Engineering Mechanics Statics and Dynamics”, 3 rd Edition, Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., (2005). |
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CO7: | Bhavikatti, S.S and Rajashekarappa, K.G., “Engineering Mechanics”, New Age International (P) Limited Publishers, (1998). | |||
CO8: | Engineering mechanics by Irving H. Shames, Prentice-Hall. | |||
17 | BTME305 | Materials Engineering | CO1: | Student will be able to identify crystal structures for various materials and understand thedefects in such structures. |
CO2: | Understand how to tailor material properties of ferrous and non-ferrous alloys. | |||
CO3: | How to quantify mechanical integrity and failure in materials. | |||
18 | BTME306 | Constitution of India, Law & Engineering | CO1: | Identify and explore the basic features and modalities about Indian constitution. |
CO2: | Differentiate and relate the functioning of Indian parliamentary system at the center and state level. | |||
CO3: | Differentiate different aspects of Indian Legal System and its related bodies. | |||
CO4: | Discover and apply different laws and regulations related to engineering practices. | |||
CO5: | Correlate role of engineers with different organizations and governance models | |||
19 | BTME401 | Measurement and Metrology | CO1: | Understand the fundamentals of measurement: Students should be able to understand the basic principles and concepts of measurement, including accuracy, precision, calibration, and traceability. |
CO2: | Demonstrate knowledge of measurement systems: Students should be able to describe and analyze different types of measurement systems, including mechanical, electrical, and optical systems, and understand their components and operation. | |||
CO3: | Apply measurement techniques and instruments: Students should be able to select and use appropriate measurement techniques and instruments for different types of measurements, and understand their limitations and sources of error. | |||
CO4: | Perform measurement uncertainty analysis: Students should be able to analyze and quantify measurement uncertainty, including sources of uncertainty and their propagation, and apply appropriate statistical methods to estimate and express measurement uncertainty. | |||
CO5: | Understand metrological standards and traceability: Students should be able to understand the importance of metrological standards and traceability in ensuring the reliability and comparability of measurements, and apply appropriate calibration procedures. | |||
20 | BTME402 | Universal Human Values | CO1: | Understand the significance of value inputs in a classroom, distinguish between values and skills, understand the need, basic guidelines, content and process of value education, explore the meaning of happiness and prosperity and do a correct appraisal of the current scenario in the society. |
CO2: | Distinguish between the Self and the Body, understand the meaning of Harmony in the Self the Co-existence of Self and Body. | |||
CO3: | Understand the value of harmonious relationship based on trust, respect and other naturally acceptable feelings in human-human relationships and explore their role in ensuring a harmonious society. | |||
CO4: | Understand the harmony in nature and existence, and work out their mutually fulfilling participation in the nature. | |||
CO5: | Distinguish between ethical and unethical practices, and start working out the strategy to actualize a harmonious environment wherever they work. | |||
21 | BTME403 | APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS | CO1: | After completing this course, the students will get a good understanding of various practical power cycles and heat pump cycles. |
CO2: | They will be able to analyze energy conversion in various thermal devices such as combustors, air coolers, nozzles, diffusers, steam turbines and reciprocating compressors. | |||
CO3: | They will be able to understand phenomena occurring in high speed compressible flows | |||
22 | BTME404 | FLUID MECHANICS AND FLUID MACHINES | CO1: | Upon completion of this course, students will be able to mathematically analyze simple flow situations. |
CO2: | They will be able to evaluate the performance of pumps and turbines. | |||
23 | BTME405 | MANUFACTURING PROCESSES | CO1: | Upon completion of this course, students will be able to understand the different conventionaland unconventional manufacturing methods employed for making different products. |
24 | BTME406 | Indian Traditions, Cultural and Society | CO1: | Ability to understand, connect up and explain basics of Indian Traditional knowledge modern scientific perspective. |
25 | BTME501 | Heat and Mass Transfer | CO1: | Understand the fundamentals of heat and mass transfer. |
CO2: | Apply the concept of steady and transient heat conduction | |||
CO3: | Apply the concept of thermal behavior of fins. | |||
CO4: | Apply the concept of forced and free convection. | |||
CO5: | Apply the concept of radiation for black and non‐black bodies. | |||
CO6: | Conduct thermal analysis of heat exchangers. | |||
26 | BTME502 | Strength of Material | CO1: | Understand the concept of stress and strain under different conditions of loading |
CO2: | Determine the principal stresses and strains in structural members | |||
CO3: | Determine the stresses and strains in the members subjected to axial, bending and torsional loads | |||
CO4: | Apply the concepts of stresses and strain in solving problems related to springs, column and pressure vessels | |||
CO5: | Calculate the slope, deflection and buckling of loaded members | |||
CO6: | Analyze the stresses developed in straight and curved beams of different cross sections | |||
27 | BTME503 | Industrial Engineering | CO1: | Understand the concept of production system, productivity, facility and process planning in various industries |
CO2: | Apply the various forecasting and project management techniques | |||
CO3: | Apply the concept of break‐even analysis, inventory control and resource utilization using queuing theory | |||
CO4: | Apply principles of work study and ergonomics for design of work systems | |||
CO5: | Formulate mathematical models for optimal solution of industrial problems using linear programming approach | |||
28 | BTME504A | Computer Integrated Manufacturing | CO1: | Understand the basic concepts of automation, computer numeric control machining |
CO2: | Understand the algorithms of line generation, circle generation, transformation, curve, surface modeling and solid modeling | |||
CO3: | Understand group technology, computer aided process planning, flexible manufacturing, Industry 4.0, roboticS |
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CO4: | Understand information system and material handling in CIM environment, rapid prototyping | |||
CO5: | Apply the algorithms of line & circle generation and geometric transformations | |||
CO6: | Develop CNC program for simple operations | |||
29 | BTME504B | Mechatronics Systems | CO1: | Identify key elements of mechatronics and its representation by block diagram |
CO2: | Understand the concept of sensors and use of interfacing systems. | |||
CO3: | Understand the concept and applications of different actuators | |||
CO4: | Illustrate various applications of mechatronic systems. | |||
CO5: | Develop PLC ladder programming and implementation in real life problem. | |||
30 | BTME504C | Finite Element Methods | CO1: | Understand the basic concepts of FEM and its applications. |
CO2: | Apply the procedure involved to solve a problem using Finite Element Methods | |||
CO3: | Develop the element stiffness matrices using different approach. | |||
CO4: | Analyze 1D and 2D problem using different methods | |||
CO5: | Analyze the complex geometric problems through FEM software packages. | |||
31 | BTME504D | I C Engine Fuel and Lubricants | CO1: | Explain the working principle, performance parameters and testing of IC Engine. |
CO2: | Understand the combustion phenomena in SI and CI engines and factors influencing combustion chamber design. |
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CO3: | Understand the essential systems of IC engine and latest trends and developments in IC Engines. | |||
CO4: | Understand the effect of engine emissions on environment and human health and methods of reducing it. | |||
CO5: | Apply the concepts of thermodynamics to air standard cycle in IC Engines | |||
CO6: | Analyze the effect of various operating parameters on IC engine performance. | |||
32 | BTME504E | Automobile Engines & Combustion | CO1: | Explain the working principle, performance parameters and testing of IC Engine. |
CO2: | Understand the phenomena of combustion and its application in SI and CI engines. | |||
CO3: | Understand the essential systems of IC engine | |||
CO4: | Understand the effect of engine emissions on environment and human health and methods of reducing it. | |||
CO5: | Apply the concepts of thermodynamics to air standard cycle in IC Engines | |||
CO6: | Analyze the effect of various operating parameters on IC engine performance. | |||
33 | BTME505A | Advance Welding | CO1: | Understand the physics of arc welding process and various operating characteristics of welding power source. |
CO2: | Analyse various welding processes and their applications. | |||
CO3: | Apply the knowledge of welding for repair & maintenance, along with the weldability of different materials. | |||
CO4: | Apply the concept of quality control and testing of weldments in industrial environment. | |||
CO5: | Evaluate heat flow in welding and physical metallurgy of weldments. | |||
34 | BTME505B | Programming, Data Structures And Algorithms Using Python | CO1: | Understand the numbers, math’s function, strings, list, tuples, and dictionaries in pythons |
CO2: | Apply conditional statement and functions in python | |||
CO3: | Apply file handling techniques in python | |||
CO4: | Analyze the graphical demonstration in python | |||
CO5: | Apply techniques of Classes and Object Concept in Python | |||
35 | BTME505C | Mechanical Vibrations | CO1: | Understand fundamentals of mechanical vibrations along with their classification |
CO2: | Differentiate among single, two and multiple degree of freedom (DOF) systems. | |||
CO3: | Analyze, predict and measure the performance of systems undergoing single, two and multiple DOF. | |||
CO4: | Design systems with optimized vibration absorption capabilities. | |||
CO5: | Apply the fundamentals to the real life problems like whirling of shaft | |||
CO6: | Solve complicated mathematical models using Numerical methods and software applications. | |||
36 | BTME505D | Fuels and Combustion | CO1: | Understand the properties of different types of fuel with their application. |
CO2: | Classify different types of fuels. | |||
CO3: | Understand the concept of combustion. | |||
CO4: | Understand the fundamental concept of air pollution and its control | |||
CO5: | Calculate various properties of the fuels | |||
CO6: | Analyze the flue gases. | |||
37 | BTME505E | Automotive chassis and suspension | CO1: | Understand different types of automotive chassis and frames used in automobiles. |
CO2: | Understand transmission and drive line components used in automobile. | |||
CO3: | Understand the axles and types of steering system in automobile | |||
CO4: | Understand the constructional features of barking, suspension system, wheels and tyres in automobile application. | |||
CO5: | Understand the recent advancements made in chassis components of automobile. | |||
CO6: | Apply the concepts of braking and steering system to design the same for automobile application. | |||
38 | BTMEOE506A | Real Time Systems | CO1: | Describe concepts of Real-Time systems and modeling. |
CO2: | Recognize the characteristics of a real-time system in context with real time scheduling | |||
CO3: | Classify various resource sharing mechanisms and their related protocols. | |||
CO4: | Interpret the basics of real time communication by the knowledge of real time models and protocols. | |||
CO5: | Apply the basics of RTOS in interpretation of real time systems. | |||
39 | BTMEOE506B | Embedded System | CO1: | Understand the basics of embedded system and its structural units. |
CO2: | Analyze the embedded system specification and develop software programs | |||
CO3: | Evaluate the requirements of the programming embedded systems, related software architecture. | |||
CO4: | Understand the RTOS based embedded system design. | |||
CO5: | Understand all the applications of the embedded system and designing issues. | |||
40 | BTMEOE506C | Introduction to Mems | CO1: | Understand the Basic concept of MEMS Fabrication Technologies, Piezoresistance Effect, Piezoelectricity, Piezoresistive Sensor. |
CO2: | Explain Mechanics of Beam and Diaphragm Structures | |||
CO3: | Understand the Basic concept of Air Damping and Basic Equations for Slide-film Air Damping, Couette-flow Model, Stokes-flow Model. | |||
CO4: | Know the concept of Electrostatic Actuation. | |||
CO5: | Understand the applications of MEMS in RF | |||
41 | BTMEOE506D | Object Oriented Programming | CO1: | Apply Java in developing Object Oriented code |
CO2: | Apply the knowledge of Multi-threading and Streams in developing Java applications | |||
CO3: | Design and implement applications using GUI and Networking in Java. | |||
CO4: | Apply the knowledge of Collections and Generics for building Java applications | |||
CO5: | Design and develop Java based applications for solutions to real world problems. | |||
42 | BTMEOE506E | Numerical Techniques | CO1: | Understand about the basics of Ordinary Differential Equations, Separable equations, Equations made separable by change of variables |
CO2: | Retrieve the information content of Power series method. | |||
CO3: | Apply problem specific Bessel’s equation, Bessel Functions to engineering applications | |||
CO4: | Understand about the basics of matrix, Eigen values and eigen vectors. | |||
CO5: | Analysis of Stage wise Processes by the Calculus of Finite Differences, Countercurrent Liquid- Liquid Extraction. | |||
43 | BTMEOE506F | GIS & Remote Sensing | CO1: | Understand about the principles of Remote Sensing and its advantages and limitations. |
CO2: | Retrieve the information content of remotely sensed data. | |||
CO3: | Apply problem specific remote sensing data for engineering applications | |||
CO4: | Analyze spatial and attribute data for solving spatial problems. | |||
CO5: | Create GIS and cartographic outputs for presentation | |||
44 | BTMEOE506G | Understanding the Human Being Comprehensively – Human Aspirations and its Fulfillment | CO1: | The methodology of this course is exploration and thus universally adaptable. It involves a systematic and rational study of the human being vis-à-vis the rest of existence |
CO2: | It is free from any dogma or set of do’s and don’ts related to values. | |||
CO3: | It is a process of self-investigation and self-exploration, and not of giving sermons. Whatever is found as truth or reality is stated as a proposal and the students are facilitated and encouraged to verify it in their own right, based on their Natural Acceptance and subsequent Experiential Validation | |||
CO4: | This process of self-exploration takes the form of a dialogue between the teacher and the students to begin with, and then to continue within the student leading to continuous self-evolution. | |||
CO5: | This self-exploration also enables them to critically evaluate their preconditioning and present beliefs. | |||
45 | BTME601 | Refrigeration & Air Conditioning | CO1: | Understand the basics concepts of Refrigeration & Air‐Conditioning and its future prospects. |
CO2: | Explain the construction and working of various components in Refrigeration & Air‐Conditioning systems. | |||
CO3: | Understand the different types of RAC systems with their respective applications. | |||
CO4: | Apply the basic laws to the thermodynamic analysis of different processes involved in Refrigeration and Air‐Conditioning. | |||
CO5: | Apply the basic concepts to calculate the COP and other performance parameters for different RAC systems |
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CO6: | Analyze the effects of performance parameters on COP. | |||
46 | BTME602 | Machine Design | CO1: | Recall the basic concepts of Solid Mechanics to understand the subject. |
CO2: | Classify various machine elements based on their functions and applications | |||
CO3: | Apply the principles of solid mechanics to machine elements subjected to static and fluctuating loads. | |||
CO4: | Analyze forces, bending moments, twisting moments and failure causes in various machine elements to be designed. | |||
CO5: | Design the machine elements to meet the required specification. | |||
47 | BTME603 | Theory of Machines | CO1: | Understand the principles of kinematics and dynamics of machines. |
CO2: | Calculate the velocity and acceleration for 4‐bar and slider crank mechanism | |||
CO3: | Develop cam profile for followers executing various types of motions | |||
CO4: | Apply the concept of gear, gear train and flywheel for power transmission | |||
CO5: | Apply dynamic force analysis for slider crank mechanism and balance rotating & reciprocating masses in machines. | |||
CO6: | Apply the concepts of gyroscope, governors in fluctuation of load and brake & dynamometer in power transmission | |||
48 | BTME604A | Nondestructive Testing | CO1: | Understand the concept of destructive and Non‐destructive testing methods |
CO2: | Explain the working principle and application of die penetrant test and magnetic particle inspection. | |||
CO3: | Understand the working principle of eddy current inspection. | |||
CO4: | Apply radiographic techniques for testing | |||
CO5: | Apply the principle of Ultrasonic testing and applications in medical and engineering areas. | |||
49 | BTME604B | Artificial Intelligence | CO1: | Understand concepts of Artificial Intelligence |
CO2: | Solve problem by Search‐I & Search‐II | |||
CO3: | Understand Knowledge representation | |||
CO4: | Apply concepts of Learning methods | |||
CO5: | Analyse Decision Networks | |||
CO6: | Build planning graphs | |||
50 | BTME604C | Tribology | CO1: | Identify and explain various friction and wear mechanisms. |
CO2: | Select proper lubricants for different applications. | |||
CO3: | Select suitable lubrications methods in different bearings | |||
CO4: | Study the surfaces coating techniques for reduction of wear. | |||
CO5: | Analyze the impact of friction in various kinematic pairs. | |||
51 | BTME604D | Gas Dynamics and Jet Propulsion | CO1: | Understand the concept of compressible fluid flow and flow through variable area ducts. |
CO2: | Understand the basic principle and types of jet and rocket propulsion. | |||
CO3: | Apply the basic laws for the investigation of flow through ducts. | |||
CO4: | Apply the basic laws for the thermodynamics analysis of jet and rocket propulsion | |||
CO5: | Analyze the compressible flow through variable area ducts. | |||
52 | BTME604E | Automotive Electrical and Electronics | CO1: | Understand the basic concepts of electrical systems used in automobile |
CO2: | Understand the constructional features of charge storage devices and methods to test these devices for their healthy operation | |||
CO3: | Understand the principles and characteristics of charging and starting system of automobile and study the various faults occurring in system. | |||
CO4: | Understand the ignition and auxiliary system‐ types & constructional features used in automobile. | |||
CO5: | Describe the principles and architecture of electronics systems and its components present in an automobile related to data transfer, instrumentation, control, and security systems. | |||
CO6: | Understand latest trends developed in electrical and electronic systems of automobile and their advantages over conventional technologies. | |||
53 | BTME605A | Power Plant Engineering | CO1: | Explain the various subsystems of coal power plant and calculate the efficiency of Rankine cycle. |
CO2: | Discuss the merits & demerits of combined power plants and calculate the efficiency of gas power cycles. | |||
CO3: | Differentiate pressurized water reactor & boiling water reactor and explain the various waste disposal system in nuclear power plant. | |||
CO4: | Explain the working principle of various renewable energy power plants. | |||
CO5: | Explain the different tariff procedures for energy consumption and differentiate fixed and operating costs involved in power production | |||
54 | BTME605B | Additive Manufacturing | CO1: | Describe additive manufacturing and explain its advantages and disadvantages |
CO2: | Explain the processes used in additive manufacturing for a range of materials and applications | |||
CO3: | Understand the role of additive manufacturing in the design process and the implications for design | |||
CO4: | Describe the effects of surface finish and microstructural properties on behaviour for components produced using additive manufacturing | |||
CO5: | Display an awareness of residual stresses that may occur during additive manufacturing and their effects. | |||
55 | BTME605C | Vehicle Body Engineering and Safety | CO1: | Classify the vehicles and define basic terms. |
CO2: | Select appropriate body material. | |||
CO3: | Calculate various aerodynamic forces and moments acting on vehicle | |||
CO4: | Calculate load distribution in vehicle body. | |||
CO5: | Explain the ergonomics, stability the vehicle. | |||
CO6: | Identify the various safety aspects in a given vehicle. | |||
CO7: | Identify various sources of noise and methods of noise separation | |||
56 | BTMEOE606A | Digital and Social Media Marketing | CO1: | Understand what social media is, the various channels through which it operates, and its role in marketing strategy |
CO2: | Use principles of consumer and social psychology to develop social media content and campaigns that engage consumers | |||
CO3: | Draw on knowledge about word-of-mouth marketing to develop effective approaches for propagating ideas, messages, products, and behaviors across social networks | |||
CO4: | Measure the impact of a social media campaign in terms of a specific marketing objective | |||
57 | BTMEOE606B | Idea to Business Model | CO1: | Examine the challenges associated with defining the concepts of entrepreneur and entrepreneurship |
CO2: | Discuss how the evolution of entrepreneurship thought has influenced how we view the concept of entrepreneurship today | |||
CO3: | Discuss how the list of basic questions in entrepreneurship research can be expanded to include research inquiries that are important in today’s world | |||
CO4: | Discuss how the concepts of entrepreneurial uniqueness, entrepreneurial personality traits, and entrepreneurial cognitions can help society improve its support for entrepreneurship | |||
CO5: | Apply the general venturing script to the study of entrepreneurship | |||
58 | BTMEOE606C | Machine Learning | CO1: | Gain knowledge about basic concepts of Machine Learning |
CO2: | Identify machine learning techniques suitable for a given problem | |||
CO3: | Solve the problems using various machine learning techniques | |||
CO4: | Apply Dimensionality reduction techniques | |||
CO5: | Design application using machine learning techniques | |||
59 | BTMEOE606D | Renewable Energy Resources | CO1: | Describe the environmental aspects of non-conventional energy resources. In Comparison with various conventional energy systems, their prospects and limitations. |
CO2: | Know the need of renewable energy resources, historical and latest developments. | |||
CO3: | Describe the use of solar energy and the various components used in the energy production with respect to applications like - heating, cooling, desalination, power generation, drying, cooking etc. | |||
CO4: | Appreciate the need of Wind Energy and the various components used in energy generation and know the classifications. | |||
CO5: | Understand the concept of Biomass energy resources and their classification, types of biogas Plants- applications | |||
CO6: | Compare Solar, Wind and bio energy systems, their prospects, Advantages and limitations | |||
CO7: | Acquire the knowledge of fuel cells, wave power, tidal power and geothermal principles and applications. | |||
60 | BTMEOE606E | Operations Research | CO1: | Identify and develop operational research models from the verbal description of the real system |
CO2: | Understand the mathematical tools that are needed to solve optimization problems. | |||
CO3: | Use mathematical software to solve the proposed models | |||
CO4: | Develop a report that describes the model and the solving technique, analyze the results and propose recommendations in language understandable to the decision-making processes in Management Engineering | |||
61 | BTMEOE606F | Value Relationship & Ethical Human Conduct –For A Happy & Harmonious Society | CO1: | The methodology of this course is exploration and thus universally adaptable. It involves a systematic and rational study of the human being vis-a-vis the rest of existence. |
CO2: | It is free from any dogma or set of do’s and don’ts related to values. | |||
CO3: | It is a process of self-investigation and self-exploration, and not of giving sermons. Whatever is found as truth or reality is stated as a proposal and the students are facilitated and encouraged to verify it in their own right, based on their Natural Acceptance and subsequent Experiential Validation | |||
CO4: | This process of self-exploration takes the form of a dialogue between the teacher and the students to begin with, and then to continue within the student leading to continuous self-evolution | |||
CO5: | This self-exploration also enables them to critically evaluate their preconditioning and present beliefs. Introduction to the course: Basic aspiration of a Human Being and program for its fulfilment, Need for family and relationship for a Human Being, Humanhuman relationship and role of behavior in its fulfillment, Human-rest of Nature | |||
S. NO. | Course Name | Course Code | Course Outcome (CO's) - Description | |
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1 | COMMUNICATION SKILL-I | DICS101.1 | Students will understand the basic communication skills. | |
2 | COMMUNICATION SKILL-I | DICS101.2 | Students will analyze intercultural communication skills. | |
3 | COMMUNICATION SKILL-I | DICS101.3 | Students will analyze interpersonal communication skills. | |
4 | COMMUNICATION SKILL-I | DICS101.4 | Students will enhance writing skills. | |
5 | APPLIED MATHEMATICS-I | DICS102.1 | Solve mathematical problems using analytical methods. | |
6 | APPLIED MATHEMATICS-I | DICS102.2 | Recognize the relationships between different areas of mathematics and the connections between mathematics and other disciplines. | |
7 | APPLIED MATHEMATICS-I | DICS102.3 | Give clear and organized written and verbal explanations of mathematical ideas to a variety of audiences. | |
8 | APPLIED PHYSICS-I | DICS103.1 | To design and conduct simple experiments as well as analyze and interpret data in Engineering applications | |
9 | APPLIED PHYSICS-I | DICS103.2 | Engineering applications Capability to understand advanced topics in engineering | |
10 | APPLIED PHYSICS-I | DICS103.3 | Identify formula and solve engineering problems | |
11 | APPLIED PHYSICS-I | DICS103.4 | Apply quantum physics to electrical phenomena | |
12 | APPLIED CHEMISTRY-I | DICS104.1 | Identify the structure of unknown/new compounds with the help of spectroscopy. | |
13 | APPLIED CHEMISTRY-I | DICS104.2 | Differentiate hard and soft water; solve the related numerical problems on water purification and its significance in industry and daily life. | |
14 | APPLIED CHEMISTRY-I | DICS104.3 | Apply the principles of green chemistry in designing alternative reaction methodologies to minimize hazards and environmental degradation. | |
15 | ENGINEERING DRAWING-I | DICS105.1 | Students will have a basic knowledge of orthographic projections and sectional views | |
16 | ENGINEERING DRAWING-I | DICS105.2 | Students will have a basic knowledge of isometric projection | |
17 | ENGINEERING DRAWING-I | DICS105.3 | Students will learn drafting geometry, dimensions, engineering graphics, tolerances, and the interpretation of blueprints | |
18 | ENGINEERING DRAWING-I | DICS105.4 | Students will have a basic knowledge of orthographic projections and sectional views | |
19 | ENGINEERING DRAWING-I | DICS105.5 | Students will have a basic knowledge of isometric projection | |
20 | Computer Fundamentals and Applications | DICS106.1 | Know evolution of digital computer and various technologies. | |
21 | Computer Fundamentals and Applications | DICS106.2 | Acquire the knowledge the internet and related technologies. | |
22 | Computer Fundamentals and Applications | DICS106.3 | Familiar with programming language and its working environment. | |
23 | WORKSHOP PRACTICE –I | DICS107.1 | explain and strictly adhere to the rules and safety regulations for work in the mechanical workshop | |
24 | WORKSHOP PRACTICE –I | DICS107.2 | properly operate the manufacturing equipment in the mechanical workshop | |
25 | WORKSHOP PRACTICE –I | DICS107.3 | create and document a typical process plan for manufacturing of a product in the mechanical workshop | |
26 | WORKSHOP PRACTICE –I | DICS107.4 | read and use a manufacturing drawing as a definition for the manufacturing of a part | |
27 | Communication Skills – II | DICS201.1 | Develop an understanding of the process of oral communication | |
28 | Communication Skills – II | DICS201.2 | Improve listening, note taking and observational skills. | |
29 | Communication Skills – II | DICS201.3 | Become more knowledgeable about current speaking strategies and practices | |
30 | Communication Skills – II | DICS201.4 | Become more knowledgeable about new media research strategies | |
31 | Communication Skills – II | DICS201.5 | Gain insight into your own speaking style | |
32 | Applied Mathematics – II | DICS202.1 | Compute a given integral using the most efficient method; | |
33 | Applied Mathematics – II | DICS202.2 | Use integrals to formulate and solve application problems in science and engineering; | |
34 | Applied Mathematics – II | DICS202.3 | Construct and plot parametric and polar curves; | |
35 | Applied Mathematics – II | DICS202.4 | Identify different types of series and determine whether a a particular series converges; | |
36 | Applied Physics – II | DICS203.1 | Identify general properties of matters. | |
37 | Applied Physics – II | DICS203.2 | Use and application of different measuring instruments. | |
38 | Applied Physics – II | DICS203.3 | Apply principles and concept of physics for solving various engineering problems. | |
39 | Applied Physics – II | DICS203.4 | Use the concept of wave, sound, light and nanotechnology. | |
40 | Applied Chemistry-II | DICS204.1 | Develop innovative methods to produce soft water for industrial use and potable water at cheaper cost. | |
41 | Applied Chemistry-II | DICS204.2 | Substitute metals with conducting polymers and also produce cheaper biodegradable polymers to reduce environmental pollution. | |
42 | Applied Chemistry-II | DICS204.3 | Design economically and new methods of synthesis nano materials. 4.Apply their knowledge for protection of different metals from corrosion | |
43 | Basic Electrical Engineering | DICS205.1 | To understand the fundamental of DC Circuit. | |
44 | Basic Electrical Engineering | DICS205.2 | To make them identify basic component of electrical engineering. | |
45 | Basic Electrical Engineering | DICS205.3 | To make them understand the basic uses of working of electrical related all the components. | |
46 | Programming In ‘C’ | DICS206.1 | Understand algorithmic thinking and apply it to creating C programs. | |
47 | Programming In ‘C’ | DICS206.2 | Write user defined function for effective programming. | |
48 | Programming In ‘C’ | DICS206.3 | Code with C arithmetic, increment, decrement, assignment, relational, equality and logical operators. | |
49 | Programming In ‘C’ | DICS206.4 | Code C control structures (if, if/else, switch, while, do/while, for) and use builtin data types. 5) Understand and manipulate arrays. | |
50 | Programming In ‘C’ | DICS206.5 | Understand the concepts of passing arrays to functions and pointers. | |
51 | Operating Systems | DICS301.1 | Understanding of the internal structure and working of operating system. | |
52 | Operating Systems | DICS301.2 | Know the various techniques used in operating system for management issues. | |
53 | Operating Systems | DICS301.3 | Description of Memory and process Management in Operating system. | |
54 | Operating Systems | DICS301.4 | Acquire the historical data of MS DOS and Windows | |
55 | Digital Electronics | DICS302.1 | Convert different type of codes and number systems which are used in digital communication and computer systems. | |
56 | Digital Electronics | DICS302.2 | Employ the codes and number systems converting circuits and Compare different types of logic families which are the basic unit of different types of logic gates in the domain of economy, performance and efficiency. | |
57 | Digital Electronics | DICS302.3 | Analyze different types of digital electronic circuit using various mapping and logical tools and know the techniques to prepare the most simplified circuit using various mapping and mathematical methods. | |
58 | Data Structures Using ‘C’ | DICS303.1 | Understand the concept of Dynamic memory management, data types, algorithms, Big O notation. | |
59 | Data Structures Using ‘C’ | DICS303.2 | Understand basic data structures such as arrays, linked lists, stacks and queues. | |
60 | Data Structures Using ‘C’ | DICS303.3 | Describe the hash function and concepts of collision and its resolution methods | |
61 | Data Structures Using ‘C’ | DICS303.4 | Solve problem involving graphs, trees and heaps e) Apply Algorithm for solving problems like sorting, searching, insertion and deletion of data | |
62 | Microprocessors – I | DICS304.1 | Apply knowledge and demonstrate programming proficiency using the various addressing modes and data transfer instructions of the target microprocessor and microcontroller. | |
63 | Microprocessors – I | DICS304.2 | Compare accepted standards and guidelines to select appropriate Microprocessor (8085 & 8086) and Microcontroller to meet specified performance requirements. | |
64 | Microprocessors – I | DICS304.3 | Analyze assembly language programs; select appropriate assemble into machine a cross assembler utility of a microprocessor and microcontroller. | |
65 | Microprocessors – I | DICS304.4 | Design electrical circuitry to the Microprocessor I/O ports in order to interface the processor to external devices. | |
66 | Data Communication | DICS305.1 | Independently understand basic computer network technology. | |
67 | Data Communication | DICS305.2 | Understand and explain Data Communications System and its components. | |
68 | Data Communication | DICS305.3 | Identify the different types of network topologies and protocols. | |
69 | Data Communication | DICS305.4 | Enumerate the layers of the OSI model and TCP/IP. Explain the function(s) of each layer. | |
70 | Data Communication | DICS305.5 | Identify the different types of network devices and their functions within a network. | |
71 | Computer Workshop | DICS306.1 | Able to perform installation process for windows operating systems. | |
72 | Computer Workshop | DICS306.2 | Fundamental knowledge of operating systems. | |
73 | Computer Workshop | DICS306.3 | Practical knowledge of some applications programs. | |
74 | Computer Workshop | DICS306.4 | Brief description of virus and their history. | |
75 | Object Oriented Programming Using C++ | DICS401.1 | Analyze a simple programming problem specification. | |
76 | Object Oriented Programming Using C++ | DICS401.2 | Design a high-level (programming language independent) solution to the problem using functional abstraction and general imperative programming language constructs. | |
77 | Object Oriented Programming Using C++ | DICS401.3 | Write, compile, execute and debug a C++ program which maps the high-level design onto concrete C++ programming constructs. | |
78 | Windows And Linux Operating System | DICS402.1 | Identify and use Windows /Linux utilities to create and manage simple file processing operations, organize directory structures with appropriate security, and develop shell scripts to perform more complex tasks. | |
79 | Windows And Linux Operating System | DICS402.2 | Effectively use the Windows/ Linux system to accomplish typical personal, office, technical, and software development tasks. | |
80 | Windows And Linux Operating System | DICS402.3 | Monitor system performance and network activities. | |
81 | Windows And Linux Operating System | DICS402.4 | Effectively use software development tools including libraries, preprocessors, compilers, linkers, and make files. Comprehend technical documentation, prepare simple readable user documentation and adhere to style guidelines. Collaborate in teams on system tasks. | |
82 | Relational Database Management Syste | DICS403.1 | Will be able to describe the basic concepts of RDMBS and relational data model | |
83 | Relational Database Management Syste | DICS403.2 | Understand DML, DDL and will be able to construct queries using SQL by knowing the importance of data | |
84 | Relational Database Management Syste | DICS403.3 | be able to write relational algebra expressions for queries &its requirements in Be familiar with basic database storage structures and access techniques: file and page organizations, indexing methods including | |
85 | Multimedia Application | DICS404.1 | Examine multimedia applications in several areas. | |
86 | Multimedia Application | DICS404.2 | Understand how to find graphics and about editing software. | |
87 | Multimedia Application | DICS404.3 | Knowledge about audio digitization, audio file format and audio software. | |
88 | Multimedia Application | DICS404.4 | Explain about digital video standards, formats and technology. | |
89 | Multimedia Application | DICS404.5 | Examine basic principles behind animation and techniques | |
90 | Computer Organization | DICS405.1 | To be able to describe the basic hardware components of a computer system. | |
91 | Computer Organization | DICS405.2 | To be familiar with the binary and hexadecimal number systems including computer arithmetic. | |
92 | Computer Organization | DICS405.3 | To be familiar with the functional units of the processor such as the register file and arithmetic‐logical unit. | |
93 | Computer Organization | DICS405.4 | Be familiar with the basics of systems topics: parallel, pipelined, superscalar, and RISC/CISC architectures. | |
94 | Computer Organization | DICS405.5 | To be familiar with the representation of data, addressing modes, an instruction sets. | |
95 | Computer Peripherals and Interfacing Devices | DICS406.1 | Identify different types of computer systems. | |
96 | Computer Peripherals and Interfacing Devices | DICS406.2 | Troubleshoot common motherboard problems. | |
97 | Computer Peripherals and Interfacing Devices | DICS406.3 | Select processors required for relevant systems. | |
98 | Computer Peripherals and Interfacing Devices | DICS406.4 | Partition/format hard disk drives. | |
99 | Computer Peripherals and Interfacing Devices | DICS406.5 | Troubleshoot peripherals and networks. | |
100 | Computer Peripherals and Interfacing Devices | DICS406.6 | Test power supplies. | |
101 | COMPUTER NETWORKS | DICS501.1 | Understand fundamental underlying principles of computer networking | |
102 | COMPUTER NETWORKS | DICS501.2 | Understand details and functionality of layered network architecture. | |
103 | COMPUTER NETWORKS | DICS501.3 | Analyze performance of various communication protocols. | |
104 | COMPUTER NETWORKS | DICS501.4 | Understanding of routing algorithms | |
105 | COMPUTER NETWORKS | DICS501.5 | Practice packet /file transmission between nodes. | |
106 | Visual Basic | DICS502.1 | Explain the concepts of windows programming. | |
107 | Visual Basic | DICS502.2 | Write pseudo code for windows program. | |
108 | Visual Basic | DICS502.3 | Develop program using Visual Basic. | |
109 | Visual Basic | DICS502.4 | Develop program using VC++. | |
110 | Visual Basic | DICS502.5 | Develop real time applications using VB and VC++. | |
111 | Oracle | DICS503.1 | Enhance the knowledge and understanding of Database analysis and design. Enhance the knowledge of the processes of Database Development and Administration using SQL and PL/SQL. | |
112 | Oracle | DICS503.2 | Enhance Programming and Software Engineering skills and techniques using SQL and PL/SQL. | |
113 | Oracle | DICS503.3 | Preparation of background materials and documentation needed for Technical Support using SQL and PL/SQL. | |
114 | Internet and Web Designin | DICS504.1 | Analyze a web page and identify its elements and attributes. | |
115 | Internet and Web Designin | DICS504.2 | Create web pages using XHTML and Cascading Style Sheets. | |
116 | Internet and Web Designin | DICS504.3 | Build dynamic web pages using JavaScript (Client side programming). | |
117 | Internet and Web Designin | DICS504.4 | Create JSP pages | |
118 | Software Engineerin | DICS505.1 | Basic knowledge and understanding of the analysis and design of complex systems. | |
119 | Software Engineerin | DICS505.2 | Ability to apply software engineering principles and techniques. | |
120 | Software Engineerin | DICS505.3 | Ability to develop, maintain and evaluate large-scale software systems. | |
121 | Software Engineering | DICS505.4 | To produce efficient, reliable, robust and cost-effective software solutions | |
122 | Entrepreneurship Development & Management | DICS601.1 | Have the ability to discern distinct entrepreneurial traits . | |
123 | Entrepreneurship Development & Management | DICS601.2 | Know the parameters to assess opportunities and constraints for new business ideas. | |
124 | Entrepreneurship Development & Management | DICS601.3 | Understand the systematic process to select and screen a business idea. | |
125 | Entrepreneurship Development & Management | DICS601.4 | design strategies for successful implementation of ideas | |
126 | Entrepreneurship Development & Management | DICS601.5 | write a business plan. | |
127 | Computer Graphics | DICS602.1 | Know and be able to describe the general software architecture of programs that use 3D computer graphics. | |
128 | Computer Graphics | DICS602.2 | Must be able to use the underlying algorithms, mathematical concepts, supporting computer graphics. | |
129 | Computer Graphics | DICS602.3 | Know and be able to use a current 3D graphics API. | |
130 | Computer Graphics | DICS602.4 | graphics pipeline, frame buffers, and graphic accelerators/co-processors. | |
131 | Microprocessors – II | DICS603.1 | The student will be able to analyse, specify, design, write and test assembly language programs of moderate complexity. | |
132 | Microprocessors – II | DICS603.2 | The student will be able to select an appropriate ‘architecture’ or program design to apply to a particular situation; e.g. an interrupt-driven I/O handler for a responsive real-time machine. | |
133 | Microprocessors – II | DICS603.3 | The student will be able to design and build the necessary programs. | |
134 | .NET | DICS604.1 | Create user interactive web pages using ASP.Net. | |
135 | .NET | DICS604.2 | Create simple data binding applications using ADO.Net connectivity. | |
136 | Visual C++ | DICS605.1 | Create flowcharts for simple programming problems. | |
137 | Visual C++ | DICS605.2 | Develop algorithms for simple programming problems. | |
138 | Visual C++ | DICS605.3 | Write pseudo-code as solutions to programming problems. | |
139 | Visual C++ | DICS605.4 | Demonstrate proficiency in writing structured programs using the Visual C++ programming language to resolve problems |
S. NO. | Course Code | Course Name | Course Outcome (CO's) - Description | |
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1 | DICE101 | Communication Skills - I | DICE101.1 | Students will understand the basic communication skills. |
2 | DICE101 | Communication Skills - I | DICE101.2 | Students will analyze intercultural communication skills. |
3 | DICE101 | Communication Skills - I | DICE101.3 | Students will analyze interpersonal communication skills. |
4 | DICE101 | Communication Skills - I | DICE101.4 | Students will enhance writing skills. |
5 | DICE102 | Applied Mathematics-I | DICE102.1 | Solve mathematical problems using analytical methods. |
6 | DICE102 | Applied Mathematics-I | DICE102.2 | Recognize the relationships between different areas of mathematics and the connections between mathematics and other disciplines. |
7 | DICE102 | Applied Mathematics-I | DICE102.3 | Give clear and organized written and verbal explanations of mathematical ideas to a variety of audiences. |
8 | DICE103 | Applied Physics -I | DICE103.1 | To design and conduct simple experiments as well as analyze and interpret data in |
9 | DICE103 | Applied Physics -I | DICE103.2 | Engineering applications Capability to understand advanced topics in engineering |
10 | DICE103 | Applied Physics -I | DICE103.3 | Identify formula and solve engineering problems |
11 | DICE103 | Applied Physics -I | DICE103.4 | Apply quantum physics to electrical phenomena |
12 | DICE104 | Applied Chemistry -I | DICE104.1 | Identify the structure of unknown/new compounds with the help of spectroscopy. |
13 | DICE104 | Applied Chemistry -I | DICE104.2 | Differentiate hard and soft water; solve the related numerical problems on water purification and its significance in industry and daily life. |
14 | DICE104 | Applied Chemistry -I | DICE104.3 | Apply the principles of green chemistry in designing alternative reaction methodologies to minimize hazards and environmental degradation. |
15 | DICE105 | Engineering Drawing -I | DICE105.1 | Students will have a basic knowledge of orthographic projections and sectional views |
16 | DICE105 | Engineering Drawing -I | DICE105.2 | Students will have a basic knowledge of isometric projection |
17 | DICE105 | Engineering Drawing -I | DICE105.3 | Students will learn drafting geometry, dimensions, engineering graphics, tolerances, and the interpretation of blueprints |
18 | DICE105 | Engineering Drawing -I | DICE105.4 | Students will have a basic knowledge of orthographic projections and sectional views |
19 | DICE105 | Engineering Drawing -I | DICE105.5 | Students will have a basic knowledge of isometric projection |
20 | DICE106 | Computer Fundamentals and Applications | DICE106.1 | Know evolution of digital computer and various technologies. |
21 | DICE106 | Computer Fundamentals and Applications | DICE106.2 | Acquire the knowledge the internet and related technologies. |
22 | DICE106 | Computer Fundamentals and Applications | DICE106.3 | Familiar with programming language and its working environment. |
23 | DICE107 | Workshop Practice -I | DICE107.1 | explain and strictly adhere to the rules and safety regulations for work in the mechanical workshop |
24 | DICE107 | Workshop Practice -I | DICE107.2 | properly operate the manufacturing equipment in the mechanical workshop |
25 | DICE107 | Workshop Practice -I | DICE107.3 | create and document a typical process plan for manufacturing of a product in the mechanical workshop |
26 | DICE107 | Workshop Practice -I | DICE107.4 | read and use a manufacturing drawing as a definition for the manufacturing of a part |
27 | DICE201 | Communication skills – II | DICE201.1 | Develop an understanding of the process of oral communication |
28 | DICE201 | Communication skills – II | DICE201.2 | Improve listening, note taking and observational skills. |
29 | DICE201 | Communication skills – II | DICE201.3 | Become more knowledgeable about current speaking strategies and practices |
30 | DICE201 | Communication skills – II | DICE201.4 | Become more knowledgeable about new media research strategies |
31 | DICE201 | Communication skills – II | DICE201.5 | Gain insight into your own speaking style |
32 | DICE202 | Applied Mathematics – II | DICE202.1 | Compute a given integral using the most efficient method; |
33 | DICE202 | Applied Mathematics – II | DICE202.2 | Use integrals to formulate and solve application problems in science and engineering; |
34 | DICE202 | Applied Mathematics – II | DICE202.3 | Construct and plot parametric and polar curves; |
35 | DICE202 | Applied Mathematics – II | DICE202.4 | Identify different types of series and determine whether a a particular series converges; |
36 | DICE203 | Applied Physics -II | DICE203.1 | Identify general properties of matters. |
37 | DICE203 | Applied Physics -II | DICE203.2 | Use and application of different measuring instruments. |
38 | DICE203 | Applied Physics -II | DICE203.3 | Apply principles and concept of physics for solving various engineering problems. |
39 | DICE203 | Applied Physics -II | DICE203.4 | Use the concept of wave, sound, light and nanotechnology. |
40 | DICE204 | Applied Chemistry -II | DICE204.1 | Develop innovative methods to produce soft water for industrial use and potable water at cheaper cost. |
41 | DICE204 | Applied Chemistry -II | DICE204.2 | Substitute metals with conducting polymers and also produce cheaper biodegradable polymers to reduce environmental pollution. |
42 | DICE204 | Applied Chemistry -II | DICE204.3 | Design economically and new methods of synthesis nano materials. 4.Apply their knowledge for protection of different metals from corrosion |
43 | DICE205 | Applied Mechanics | DICE205.1 | Identify the force systems for given conditions by applying the basics of mechanics. |
44 | DICE205 | Applied Mechanics | DICE205.2 | Determine unknown force(s) of different engineering systems. |
45 | DICE205 | Applied Mechanics | DICE205.3 | Apply the principles of friction in various conditions for useful purposes. |
46 | DICE205 | Applied Mechanics | DICE205.4 | Find the centroid and centre of gravity of various components in engineering systems. |
47 | DICE205 | Applied Mechanics | DICE205.5 | Select the relevant simple lifting machine(s) for given purposes |
48 | DICE206 | Engineering Drawing -II | DICE206.1 | Get acquainted with the knowledge of various lines, geometrical constructions and construction of various kinds of scales, and Ellipse |
49 | DICE206 | Engineering Drawing -II | DICE206.2 | Improve their imagination skills by gaining knowledge about points, lines and planes. |
50 | DICE206 | Engineering Drawing -II | DICE206.3 | Become proficient in drawing the projections of various solids. |
51 | DICE206 | Engineering Drawing -II | DICE206.4 | Gain knowledge about orthographic and isometric projections. |
52 | DICE207 | General Workshop Practice – I | DICE207.1 | The student will be able to: know the importance of general safety precautions on different |
53 | DICE207 | General Workshop Practice – I | DICE207.2 | shop floors. identify the basics of tools and equipments used in fitting, |
54 | DICE207 | General Workshop Practice – I | DICE207.3 | carpentry, sheet metal, machine, welding and smithy. fabrication of wooden joints and understand joining of metals. |
55 | DICE207 | General Workshop Practice – I | DICE207.4 | make metal joints and sheet metal work. |
56 | DICE207 | General Workshop Practice – I | DICE207.5 | understand the basics of removal of material from workpiece |
57 | DICE207 | General Workshop Practice – I | DICE207.6 | surface to attain specific shape. familiarize with the production of simple models in fitting,carpentry, sheet metal, machine, welding and smithy trades |
58 | DICE301 | Fluid Mechanics | DICE301.1 | Equipped with the basic knowledge of the principles involved and preparing a base for further studies. |
59 | DICE301 | Fluid Mechanics | DICE301.2 | Capable to select proper type of pump for a given situation. |
60 | DICE302 | Structural Mechanics | DICE302.1 | Develop skills of for designing simple structural components |
61 | DICE302 | Structural Mechanics | DICE302.2 | Develop skills of basic concepts and principles related to strength of materials |
62 | DICE303 | Surveying – I | DICE303.1 | Develop skills of measuring lengths, angles etc; with the help of surveying instruments. |
63 | DICE303 | Surveying – I | DICE303.2 | Develop skills of plotting details of site on sheet. |
64 | DICE304 | Construction Materials | DICE304.1 | Ability to deal with civil engineering construction activities of various types of structures. |
65 | DICE304 | Construction Materials | DICE304.2 | Better understanding of selection of construction materials in various types of structures. |
66 | DICE305 | Building Construction | DICE305.1 | Understand the tests of properties of materials. |
67 | DICE305 | Building Construction | DICE305.2 | Develop skills in selection of materials. |
68 | DICE306 | Civil Engineering Drawing -I | DICE306.1 | Develop requisite skill of preparing and interpreting drawings |
69 | DICE401 | Concrete Technology | DICE401.1 | Capable to cope with the responsibility for contusing the qualities of the concrete. |
70 | DICE401 | Concrete Technology | DICE401.2 | Understand characteristics and other details of the man made materials. |
71 | DICE402 | Water Supply and Waste Water Engineering | DICE402.1 | Capable of designing proper distribution network system for water and waste water to rural and urban population. |
72 | DICE402 | Water Supply and Waste Water Engineering | DICE402.2 | Capable to manage urban and rural sanitation |
73 | DICE403 | Irrigation Engineering | DICE403.1 | Capable of making proper arrangement of water supply for houses and agriculture. |
74 | DICE403 | Irrigation Engineering | DICE403.2 | Capable of making proper distribution and utilization of water thereby protecting soil erosion and environment. |
75 | DICE404 | Surveying – II | DICE404.1 | Knowledge of using advanced instruments like theodolite, Tachometry etc. |
76 | DICE404 | Surveying – II | DICE404.2 | Develop skills of plotting details of site on sheet. |
77 | DICE405 | RCC Design | DICE405.1 | Necessary knowledge and skills of designing of structural members will be imparted to the students. |
78 | DICE405 | RCC Design | DICE405.2 | Students will be capable to deal with, real life situation, of structures. |
79 | DICE406 | Highway Engineering | DICE406.1 | Capable of selecting, equipments and supervise construction of roads and bridges. |
80 | DICE406 | Highway Engineering | DICE406.2 | Able to supervise construction of highways, roads etc; and also to maintain by solving live problems at site. |
81 | DICE501 | Steel Structure Design | DICE501.1 | Capable to design simple structural elements depending upon availability of materials. |
82 | DICE501 | Steel Structure Design | DICE501.2 | Capable to supervise steel works in accordance with BIS code of practice ……………. 2007 |
83 | DICE502 | Computer Applications in Civil Engineering | DICE502.1 | Computer to use softwares effectively in problem solving. |
84 | DICE503 | Soil and Foundation Engineering | DICE503.1 | Capable to supervise foundations of building etc; |
85 | DICE503 | Soil and Foundation Engineering | DICE503.2 | Capable to construct and design roads, dams etc; |
86 | DICE504 | Construction Planning and Management | DICE504.1 | Capable work as project planner and manager till the completion of the project. |
87 | DICE505 | Entrepreneurship Development & Management | DICE505.1 | Have the ability to discern distinct entrepreneurial traits |
88 | DICE505 | Entrepreneurship Development & Management | DICE505.2 | Know the parameters to assess opportunities and constraints for new business ideas |
89 | DICE505 | Entrepreneurship Development & Management | DICE505.3 | Understand the systematic process to select and screen a business idea |
90 | DICE505 | Entrepreneurship Development & Management | DICE505.4 | Design strategies for successful implementation of ideas |
91 | DICE505 | Entrepreneurship Development & Management | DICE505.5 | Write a business plan |
92 | DICE506 | Industrial Training | DICE506.1 | Awrae about safety practices and regulations inside the industry |
93 | DICE506 | Industrial Training | DICE506.2 | To instill the sprit of team work and god relationship between employed |
94 | DICE601 | Earthquake Resistant Building Construction | DICE601.1 | Necessary knowledge and skills of designing of earthquake resistant structural members. |
95 | DICE601 | Earthquake Resistant Building Construction | DICE601.2 | Students will be capable to deal with real file site problems during earthquake disaster. |
96 | DICE602 | Railway Bridges and Tunnels | DICE602.1 | Capable of selecting equipments and supervise construction of railways, bridges and highways. |
97 | DICE602 | Railway Bridges and Tunnels | DICE602.2 | Able to supervise construction and maintenance of railways, bridges and highways. |
98 | DICE603 | Quantity Surveying & Valuation | DICE603.1 | Capable to calculate the quantity of works of the structure and perform billing operations. |
99 | DICE603 | Quantity Surveying & Valuation | DICE603.2 | Able to manage valuation, rent fixation etc; |
100 | DICE604 | Repair & Maintenance | DICE604.1 | Capable to cope with the responsibility of repairing and maintenance of buildings. |
101 | DICE604 | Repair & Maintenance | DICE604.2 | Understand to implement the techniques of repair and maintenance on site in real life situation. |
102 | DICE605 | Environmental Engineering | DICE605.1 | Capable of making proper eco friendly arrangements to rural and urban population. |
103 | DICE605 | Environmental Engineering | DICE605.2 | Capable to protect environment using various techniques for rural and urban sanitation. |
104 | DICE606 | Major Project Work | DICE606.1 | Capable to conduct research in writing studies and profession writing. |
105 | DICE606 | Major Project Work | DICE606.2 | Capable to improve their ability to frame and analysis problems |
106 | DICE606 | Major Project Work | DICE606.3 | Impart advanced skills in planning, drafting and editing. |
S. NO. | Course Code | Course Name | Course Outcome (CO's) - Description | |
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1 | DIME101 | Communication Skills - I | DIME101.1 | speak clearly, confidently, comprehensibly, and communicate with one or many listeners using appropriate communicative strategies. |
2 | DIME101 | Communication Skills - I | DIME101.2 | write cohesively and coherently and flawlessly avoiding grammatical errors, using a wide vocabulary range, organizing their ideas logically on a topic. |
3 | DIME101 | Communication Skills - I | DIME101.3 | read different genres of texts adopting various reading strategies. |
4 | DIME101 | Communication Skills - I | DIME101.4 | listen/view and comprehend different spoken discourses/excerpts in different accents |
5 | DIME102 | Applied Mathematics-I | DIME102.1 | Solve mathematical problems using analytical methods. |
6 | DIME102 | Applied Mathematics-I | DIME102.2 | Recognize the relationships between different areas of mathematics and the connections between mathematics and other disciplines. |
7 | DIME102 | Applied Mathematics-I | DIME102.3 | Give clear and organized written and verbal explanations of mathematical ideas to a variety of audiences. |
8 | DIME103 | Applied Physics -I | DIME103.1 | To design and conduct simple experiments as well as analyze and interpret data in |
9 | DIME103 | Applied Physics -I | DIME103.2 | Engineering applications Capability to understand advanced topics in engineering |
10 | DIME103 | Applied Physics -I | DIME103.3 | Identify formula and solve engineering problems |
11 | DIME103 | Applied Physics -I | DIME103.4 | Apply quantum physics to electrical phenomena |
12 | DIME104 | Applied Chemistry -I | DIME104.1 | Identify the structure of unknown/new compounds with the help of spectroscopy. |
13 | DIME104 | Applied Chemistry -I | DIME104.2 | Differentiate hard and soft water; solve the related numerical problems on water purification and its significance in industry and daily life. |
14 | DIME104 | Applied Chemistry -I | DIME104.3 | Apply the principles of green chemistry in designing alternative reaction methodologies to minimize hazards and environmental degradation. |
15 | DIME105 | Engineering Drawing -I | DIME105.1 | Students will have a basic knowledge of orthographic projections and sectional views |
16 | DIME105 | Engineering Drawing -I | DIME105.2 | Students will have a basic knowledge of isometric projection |
17 | DIME105 | Engineering Drawing -I | DIME105.3 | Students will learn drafting geometry, dimensions, engineering graphics, tolerances, and the interpretation of blueprints |
18 | DIME106 | Computer Fundamentals and Applications | DIME106.1 | Know evolution of digital computer and various technologies. |
19 | DIME106 | Computer Fundamentals and Applications | DIME106.2 | Acquire the knowledge the internet and related technologies. |
20 | DIME106 | Computer Fundamentals and Applications | DIME106.3 | Familiar with programming language and its working environment. |
21 | DIME107 | Workshop Practice -I | DIME107.1 | explain and strictly adhere to the rules and safety regulations for work in the mechanical workshop |
22 | DIME107 | Workshop Practice -I | DIME107.2 | . properly operate the manufacturing equipment in the mechanical workshop |
23 | DIME107 | Workshop Practice -I | DIME107.3 | . create and document a typical process plan for manufacturing of a product in the mechanical workshop |
24 | DIME107 | Workshop Practice -I | DIME107.4 | . read and use a manufacturing drawing as a definition for the manufacturing of a part |
25 | DIME201 | Communication skills – II | DIME201.1 | Develop an understanding of the process of oral communication |
26 | DIME201 | Communication skills – II | DIME201.1 | Improve listening, note taking and observational skills. |
27 | DIME201 | Communication skills – II | DIME201.1 | Become more knowledgeable about current speaking strategies and practices |
28 | DIME201 | Communication skills – II | DIME201.1 | Become more knowledgeable about new media research strategies |
29 | DIME201 | Communication skills – II | DIME201.1 | Gain insight into your own speaking style |
30 | DIME202 | Applied Mathematics – II | DIME202.1 | Compute a given integral using the most efficient method; |
31 | DIME202 | Applied Mathematics – II | DIME202.2 | Use integrals to formulate and solve application problems in science and engineering; |
32 | DIME202 | Applied Mathematics – II | DIME202.3 | Construct and plot parametric and polar curves; |
33 | DIME202 | Applied Mathematics – II | DIME202.4 | Identify different types of series and determine whether a a particular series converges; |
34 | DIME203 | Applied Physics –II | DIME203.1 | Identify general properties of matters. |
35 | DIME203 | Applied Physics –II | DIME203.2 | Use and application of different measuring instruments. |
36 | DIME203 | Applied Physics –II | DIME203.3 | Apply principles and concept of physics for solving various engineering problems. |
37 | DIME203 | Applied Physics –II | DIME203.4 | Use the concept of wave, sound, light and nanotechnology. |
38 | DIME204 | Applied Chemistry –II | DIME204.1 | Develop innovative methods to produce soft water for industrial use and potable water at cheaper cost. |
39 | DIME204 | Applied Chemistry –II | DIME204.2 | Substitute metals with conducting polymers and also produce cheaper biodegradable polymers to reduce environmental pollution. |
40 | DIME204 | Applied Chemistry –II | DIME204.3 | Design economically and new methods of synthesis nano materials. 4.Apply their knowledge for protection of different metals from corrosion |
41 | DIME205 | Applied Mechanics | DIME205.1 | Determine the force systems, free body diagrams, equilibrium and equations of equilibrium of a particle in space using principle of laws of mechanics. |
42 | DIME205 | Applied Mechanics | DIME205.2 | Calculate the shear force, bending moment diagram, simple truss and solution of simple truss. |
43 | DIME205 | Applied Mechanics | DIME205.3 | Calculate the principal moment of inertia of plane areas. |
44 | DIME205 | Applied Mechanics | DIME205.4 | Solve the problems using equation of motions and analyze impact of elastic bodies on collision. |
45 | DIME205 | Applied Mechanics | DIME205.5 | Solve the problems of simple stress and strain, simple bending theory, and stress in beams of different cross sections. |
46 | DIME206 | Engineering Drawing –II | DIME206.1 | Understanding of the visual aspects of engineering design |
47 | DIME206 | Engineering Drawing –II | DIME206.2 | Understanding of engineering graphics standards and solid modelling |
48 | DIME206 | Engineering Drawing –II | DIME206.3 | Effective communication through graphics |
49 | DIME206 | Engineering Drawing –II | DIME206.4 | Applying modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice |
50 | DIME206 | Engineering Drawing –II | DIME206.5 | Appling computer-aided geometric design |
51 | DIME301 | Strength of Material | DIME301.1 | Carry out calculation of different type of stresses on various components. |
52 | DIME301 | Strength of Material | DIME301.2 | Understand the behaviour and analyse statically determinate structure like beam, column & shaft under static loads & twisting moments |
53 | DIME301 | Strength of Material | DIME301.3 | Calculate the machine material properties & dimension of machine component due to direct & lateral loading and due to deflection |
54 | DIME302 | Thermodynamic | DIME302.1 | At the closing stage of the course, the student will get basic knowledge about thermodynamics through the concepts of heat and work properties of pure substances, properties of gas and gas mixture |
55 | DIME302 | Thermodynamic | DIME302.2 | The student will get the learning about the fundamental laws of thermodynamics such as first law and second laws |
56 | DIME302 | Thermodynamic | DIME302.3 | They will get the elementary concept of Thermodynamic cycles and Refrigeration cycles |
57 | DIME303 | Basic of electrical & Electronics Engg | DIME303.1 | Analyze and solve electric and magnetic circuits |
58 | DIME303 | Basic of electrical & Electronics Engg | DIME303.2 | Identify the type of electrical machines for a given application |
59 | DIME303 | Basic of electrical & Electronics Engg | DIME303.3 | Recognize the ratings of different electrical apparatus |
60 | DIME303 | Basic of electrical & Electronics Engg | DIME303.4 | Identify meters for measuring electrical quantities |
61 | DIME304 | Workshop Technology & Practice-I | DIME304.1 | Acquire skills in basic engineering practice |
62 | DIME304 | Workshop Technology & Practice-I | DIME304.2 | Identify the hand tools and instruments |
63 | DIME304 | Workshop Technology & Practice-I | DIME304.3 | Gain measuring skills |
64 | DIME304 | Workshop Technology & Practice-I | DIME304.4 | Obtain practical skills in the trades |
65 | DIME304 | Workshop Technology & Practice-I | DIME304.5 | read and use a manufacturing drawing as a definition for the manufacturing of a part |
66 | DIME304 | Workshop Technology & Practice-I | DIME304.6 | select proper tools and cutting data for a given material and manufacturing process |
67 | DIME304 | Workshop Technology & Practice-I | DIME304.7 | realize when your knowledge is insufficient and assistance should be requested |
68 | DIME305 | Machine Drawing | DIME305.1 | Identify various failures and calculate resisting areas of machine elements |
69 | DIME305 | Machine Drawing | DIME305.2 | Use preferred numbers and standardization to select element/element dimension |
70 | DIME305 | Machine Drawing | DIME305.3 | Design machine element subjected to: Direct stresses Bending stresses Twisting stresses Combined stress |
71 | DIME305 | Machine Drawing | DIME305.4 | Design of thin and thick cylinder pressure vessel |
72 | DIME305 | Machine Drawing | DIME305.5 | Select appropriate bearing for given situation/application |
73 | DIME305 | Machine Drawing | DIME305.6 | Calculate important bearing characteristics |
74 | DIME306 | Computer Applications in Mechanical Engg | DIME306.1 | Prepare presentation and report on computer system |
75 | DIME306 | Computer Applications in Mechanical Engg | DIME306.2 | Identify the components of a computer system and demonstrate basic proficiency in commonly used applications |
76 | DIME306 | Computer Applications in Mechanical Engg | DIME306.3 | Create, design, and produce professional documents using word processing software (i.e., MS Word) |
77 | DIME306 | Computer Applications in Mechanical Engg | DIME306.4 | Process, manipulate, and represent numeric data using the basic functions of spreadsheet software (i.e., MS Excel). Demonstrate strategies for merging and integrating source data from multiple applications |
78 | DIME401 | Material & Meteorology | DIME401.1 | be able to apply core concepts in Materials Science to solve engineering problems |
79 | DIME401 | Material & Meteorology | DIME401.2 | be knowledgeable of contemporary issues relevant to Materials Science and Engineering |
80 | DIME401 | Material & Meteorology | DIME401.3 | be able to select materials for design and construction |
81 | DIME401 | Material & Meteorology | DIME401.4 | possess the skills and techniques necessary for modern materials engineering practice |
82 | DIME402 | Hydraulics & Hydraulics Machine | DIME402.1 | Apply the knowledge of basic governing equations for development of a prediction model for a specific flow system |
83 | DIME402 | Hydraulics & Hydraulics Machine | DIME402.2 | Explain flow aspects which are largely governed by inviscid / potential / viscous flow theory |
84 | DIME402 | Hydraulics & Hydraulics Machine | DIME402.3 | Design compressible flow piping systems incorporating the effects of friction / heat transfer |
85 | DIME402 | Hydraulics & Hydraulics Machine | DIME402.4 | Predict, analyze and design compressible flow systems involving shock waves |
86 | DIME402 | Hydraulics & Hydraulics Machine | DIME402.5 | Interpret Turbulent flows and approaches towards their statistical prediction |
87 | DIME402 | Hydraulics & Hydraulics Machine | DIME402.6 | Define basic principles of operation of different types of Hydraulic Turbines along with their classification |
88 | DIME402 | Hydraulics & Hydraulics Machine | DIME402.7 | List different Non-Dimensional groups and its use in Model and Similitude |
89 | DIME402 | Hydraulics & Hydraulics Machine | DIME402.8 | Design and model Impulse and Reaction Turbines |
90 | DIME402 | Hydraulics & Hydraulics Machine | DIME402.9 | Discuss Rotodynamic Pumps and basic aspects of its design |
91 | DIME403 | Internal Combustion Engine | DIME403.1 | Determine steam properties and dryness fractions |
92 | DIME403 | Internal Combustion Engine | DIME403.2 | Classify and explain boilers, boiler mountings and accessories |
93 | DIME403 | Internal Combustion Engine | DIME403.3 | Determine boiler performance based on given specific parameters |
94 | DIME403 | Internal Combustion Engine | DIME403.4 | Explain working of steam prime movers |
95 | DIME403 | Internal Combustion Engine | DIME403.5 | Identify the elements and processes of steam condensers and cooling towers |
96 | DIME403 | Internal Combustion Engine | DIME403.6 | Operate air compressors and observe the parameters affecting the performance |
97 | DIME403 | Internal Combustion Engine | DIME403.7 | Calculate heat transfer for given heat transfer system |
98 | DIME404 | Workshop Technology & Practice –II | DIME404.1 | Acquire skills in basic engineering practice |
99 | DIME404 | Workshop Technology & Practice –II | DIME404.2 | Identify the hand tools and instruments |
100 | DIME404 | Workshop Technology & Practice –II | DIME404.3 | Gain measuring skills |
101 | DIME404 | Workshop Technology & Practice –II | DIME404.4 | Obtain practical skills in the trades |
102 | DIME404 | Workshop Technology & Practice –II | DIME404.5 | read and use a manufacturing drawing as a definition for the manufacturing of a part |
103 | DIME404 | Workshop Technology & Practice –II | DIME404.6 | select proper tools and cutting data for a given material and manufacturing process |
104 | DIME404 | Workshop Technology & Practice –II | DIME404.7 | realize when your knowledge is insufficient and assistance should be requested |
105 | DIME405 | Machine Design & Drawing | DIME405.1 | Identify various failures and calculate resisting areas of machine elements |
106 | DIME405 | Machine Design & Drawing | DIME405.2 | Use preferred numbers and standardization to select element/element dimension |
107 | DIME405 | Machine Design & Drawing | DIME405.3 | Design machine element subjected to: • Direct stresses • Bending stresses • Twisting stresses • Combined stress |
108 | DIME405 | Machine Design & Drawing | DIME405.4 | Design of thin and thick cylinder pressure vessel |
109 | DIME405 | Machine Design & Drawing | DIME405.5 | Select appropriate bearing for given situation/application |
110 | DIME405 | Machine Design & Drawing | DIME405.6 | Calculate important bearing characteristics |
111 | DIME406 | Environmental Engg. | DIME406.1 | Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyse complex environmental engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences |
112 | DIME501 | Theory of Machines | DIME501.1 | Draw inversions and determine velocity and acceleration of different mechanisms |
113 | DIME501 | Theory of Machines | DIME501.2 | Construct different types of cam profile for a given data |
114 | DIME501 | Theory of Machines | DIME501.3 | Calculate loss of power due to friction in various machine elements |
115 | DIME501 | Theory of Machines | DIME501.4 | Solve problems on power transmission |
116 | DIME501 | Theory of Machines | DIME501.5 | Construct turning moment diagram |
117 | DIME501 | Theory of Machines | DIME501.6 | Calculate balancing mass and its position |
118 | DIME501 | Theory of Machines | DIME501.7 | Identify different types of vibration, their causes and remedies |
119 | DIME502 | Refrigeration & Air conditioning | DIME502.1 | Understand the principles and applications of refrigeration systems |
120 | DIME502 | Refrigeration & Air conditioning | DIME502.2 | Understand vapour compression refrigeration system and identify methods for performance improvement |
121 | DIME502 | Refrigeration & Air conditioning | DIME502.3 | Study the working principles of air, vapour absorption, thermoelectric and steam-jet refrigeration systems |
122 | DIME502 | Refrigeration & Air conditioning | DIME502.4 | Analyze air-conditioning processes using the principles of psychrometry |
123 | DIME502 | Refrigeration & Air conditioning | DIME502.5 | Evaluate cooling and heating loads in an air-conditioning system |
124 | DIME503 | Workshop Technology & Practice –III | DIME503.1 | Acquire skills in basic engineering practice |
125 | DIME503 | Workshop Technology & Practice –III | DIME503.2 | Identify the hand tools and instruments |
126 | DIME503 | Workshop Technology & Practice –III | DIME503.3 | Gain measuring skills |
127 | DIME503 | Workshop Technology & Practice –III | DIME503.4 | Obtain practical skills in the trades |
128 | DIME503 | Workshop Technology & Practice –III | DIME503.5 | read and use a manufacturing drawing as a definition for the manufacturing of a part |
129 | DIME503 | Workshop Technology & Practice –III | DIME503.6 | select proper tools and cutting data for a given material and manufacturing process |
130 | DIME503 | Workshop Technology & Practice –III | DIME503.7 | realize when your knowledge is insufficient and assistance should be requested |
131 | DIME504 | CNC Machine & Auto Machines | DIME504.1 | Draw a 2-Dimensional sketch, views in CAD environments |
132 | DIME504 | CNC Machine & Auto Machines | DIME504.2 | Create solid model of objects, objects in a basic shapes, composite bodies ,etc |
133 | DIME504 | CNC Machine & Auto Machines | DIME504.3 | Draw the orthographic views of an object in CAD environment |
134 | DIME504 | CNC Machine & Auto Machines | DIME504.4 | Dimension the views, show some annotations, provide the size tolerance of functional features, and general tolerances |
135 | DIME504 | CNC Machine & Auto Machines | DIME504.5 | Create revolved views, sectional views |
136 | DIME504 | CNC Machine & Auto Machines | DIME504.6 | Adding parametric constraints to objects |
137 | DIME505 | Computer Integrated Manufacturing | DIME505.1 | Draw a 2-Dimensional sketch, views in CAD environments |
138 | DIME505 | Computer Integrated Manufacturing | DIME505.2 | Create solid model of objects, objects in a basic shapes, composite bodies ,etc |
139 | DIME505 | Computer Integrated Manufacturing | DIME505.3 | Draw the orthographic views of an object in CAD environment |
140 | DIME505 | Computer Integrated Manufacturing | DIME505.4 | Dimension the views, show some annotations, provide the size tolerance of functional features, and general tolerances |
141 | DIME505 | Computer Integrated Manufacturing | DIME505.5 | Create revolved views, sectional views |
142 | DIME505 | Computer Integrated Manufacturing | DIME505.6 | Adding parametric constraints to objects |
143 | DIME506 | Industrial Training | DIME506.1 | |
144 | DIME601 | Industrial Management | DIME601.1 | Understand the evolutionary development of management thought and general principles of management |
145 | DIME601 | Industrial Management | DIME601.2 | Apply marketing concepts and tools for successful launch of a product |
146 | DIME601 | Industrial Management | DIME601.3 | Understand the role of productivity in streamlining a production system |
147 | DIME601 | Industrial Management | DIME601.4 | Apply the inventory management tools in managing inventory |
148 | DIME601 | Industrial Management | DIME601.5 | Apply quality engineering tools to the design of products and process controls |
149 | DIME602 | Inspection & Quality Control | DIME602.1 | Develop an understanding on quality management philosophies and frameworks |
150 | DIME602 | Inspection & Quality Control | DIME602.2 | Adopt TQM methodologies for continuous improvement of quality |
151 | DIME602 | Inspection & Quality Control | DIME602.3 | Measure the cost of poor quality, process effectiveness and efficiency to identify areas for improvement |
152 | DIME602 | Inspection & Quality Control | DIME602.4 | Apply benchmarking and business process reengineering to improve management processes |
153 | DIME602 | Inspection & Quality Control | DIME602.5 | Determine the set of indicators to evaluate performance excellence of an organization |
154 | DIME603 | Automobile Engineering | DIME603.1 | Understand the basic lay-out of an automobile |
155 | DIME603 | Automobile Engineering | DIME603.2 | Understand the operation of engine cooling, lubrication, ignition, electrical and air conditioning systems |
156 | DIME603 | Automobile Engineering | DIME603.3 | Understand the principles of transmission, suspension, steering and braking systems |
157 | DIME603 | Automobile Engineering | DIME603.4 | Understand automotive electronics |
158 | DIME604 | Entrepreneurship Development & Management | DIME604.1 | Analyse the business environment in order to identify business opportunities, identify the elements of success of entrepreneurial ventures, consider the legal and financial conditions for starting a business venture, evaluate the effectiveness of different entrepreneurial strategies, specify the basic performance indicators of entrepreneurial activity, explain the importance of marketing and management in small businesses venture, interpret their own business plan |
159 | DIME605 | Installation, Testing & Maintenance | DIME605.1 | Define and explain the maintenance function and its objectives |
160 | DIME605 | Installation, Testing & Maintenance | DIME605.2 | Understand the main forms of maintenance and their application |
161 | DIME606 | Project Work | DIME606.1 |
S. NO. | Course Code | Course Name | Course Outcome (CO's) - Description | |
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1 | DIEE101 | Communication Skills - I | DIEE101.1 | Explore science language, robotic revolution, design, energy sources, environment, entrepreneurship, and safety. |
2 | DIEE101 | Communication Skills - I | DIEE101.2 | Analyze short stories, enhance critical analysis and appreciation. |
3 | DIEE101 | Communication Skills - I | DIEE101.3 | Teach grammar concepts for improved communication. |
4 | DIEE101 | Communication Skills - I | DIEE101.4 | Develop letter-writing skills for various purposes. |
5 | DIEE101 | Communication Skills - I | DIEE101.5 | Equip with report-writing skills for clear information presentation. |
6 | DIEE102 | Applied Mathematics-I | DIEE102.1 | Algebra: Understand determinants, matrices, and solve equations using Cramer's rule and matrix methods. |
7 | DIEE102 | Applied Mathematics-I | DIEE102.2 | Logarithm & Partial Fractions: Master logarithmic properties, partial fraction decomposition. |
8 | DIEE102 | Applied Mathematics-I | DIEE102.3 | Trigonometry: Learn trigonometric ratios, identities, and applications. |
9 | DIEE102 | Applied Mathematics-I | DIEE102.4 | Vectors & Circle: Grasp vector operations, applications, and circle equations. |
10 | DIEE102 | Applied Mathematics-I | DIEE102.5 | Complex Numbers: Understand complex numbers, representation, and conversions. |
11 | DIEE103 | Applied Physics –I | DIEE103.1 | Understand the concepts of physical quantities, fundamental and derived units, systems of units, dimensions, and dimensional formulae. |
12 | DIEE103 | Applied Physics –I | DIEE103.2 | Analyze forces, motion, Newton's laws of motion, equilibrium, momentum, and projectile motion. |
13 | DIEE103 | Applied Physics –I | DIEE103.3 | Study work, power, energy, and properties of matter including elasticity, pressure, surface tension, fluid motion, and viscosity. |
14 | DIEE103 | Applied Physics –I | DIEE103.4 | Learn about waves, vibrations, simple harmonic motion, rotational motion, and gravitational principles. |
15 | DIEE103 | Applied Physics –I | DIEE103.5 | Explore temperature measurement, heat transfer modes, thermal conductivity, and principles of heat radiation. |
16 | DIEE104 | Applied Chemistry -I | DIEE104.1 | Study the fundamental language of chemistry including symbols, formulas, valency, and chemical equations. |
17 | DIEE104 | Applied Chemistry -I | DIEE104.2 | Understand the concept of chemical bonding, electronic valency, and the formation of electrovalent, covalent, and coordinate bonds. |
18 | DIEE104 | Applied Chemistry -I | DIEE104.3 | Analyze the properties of water, types of hardness, methods to remove water hardness, and qualities of water for different purposes. |
19 | DIEE104 | Applied Chemistry -I | DIEE104.4 | Learn about solutions, ionization, acidity, basicity, equivalent weight, strength of solutions, and pH. |
20 | DIEE104 | Applied Chemistry -I | DIEE104.5 | Study electrolysis, Faraday's Laws, and their applications, including lead-acid and Ni-Cd batteries. |
21 | DIEE105 | Engineering Drawing -I | DIEE105.1 | Understand the fundamental concepts of drawing equipment, instruments, planning drawing sheets, and standard practices. |
22 | DIEE105 | Engineering Drawing -I | DIEE105.2 | Learn about identification, representation, and usage of symbols in Mechanical, Electrical, and Building drawings, along with principles and techniques of dimensioning. |
23 | DIEE105 | Engineering Drawing -I | DIEE105.3 | Gain proficiency in constructing various engineering curves, utilizing scales, and mastering orthographic projections for points, lines, and planes. |
24 | DIEE105 | Engineering Drawing -I | DIEE105.4 | Develop the ability to sketch and draw projections of simple machine parts, sections of solids, and their development, as well as understanding the basics of CAD. |
25 | DIEE105 | Engineering Drawing -I | DIEE105.5 | Apply isometric projection techniques, grasp the fundamentals of Computer-Aided Design (CAD), and use CAD commands for creating drawings. |
26 | DIEE106 | Computer Fundamentals and Applications | DIEE106.1 | Understand the evolution of computers, including their generations, classifications (micro, mini, mainframes, super-computers), and applications. |
27 | DIEE106 | Computer Fundamentals and Applications | DIEE106.2 | Grasp the structure and functioning of microcomputers, including the central processing unit, memory unit, input/output devices, and their evolution from PC to Pentium-IV systems. |
28 | DIEE106 | Computer Fundamentals and Applications | DIEE106.3 | Comprehend data representation concepts, number systems (binary, octal, decimal, hexadecimal), conversions, and operations (addition, subtraction) within different number systems. |
29 | DIEE106 | Computer Fundamentals and Applications | DIEE106.4 | Gain knowledge of computer languages, software classification (machine, assembly, high-level), system files, and various commands in MS-DOS and Windows operating systems. |
30 | DIEE106 | Computer Fundamentals and Applications | DIEE106.5 | Familiarize yourself with internet applications, services (www, email, chat, video conferencing), web-site access, search engines, and the basics of internet connectivity and related hardware/software requirements. |
31 | DIEE201 | Communication Skills – II | DIEE201.1 | Understand themes and messages in selected prose chapters. |
32 | DIEE201 | Communication Skills – II | DIEE201.2 | Demonstrate grammar concepts and business correspondence skills. |
33 | DIEE201 | Communication Skills – II | DIEE201.3 | Draft various official letters for different scenarios. |
34 | DIEE201 | Communication Skills – II | DIEE201.4 | Develop skills in report writing and document drafting. |
35 | DIEE201 | Communication Skills – II | DIEE201.5 | Enhance communication skills, recognize types and overcome barriers. |
36 | DIEE202 | Applied Mathematics -II | DIEE202.1 | Function and Limit: Understand functions, types, and limits of various functions. |
37 | DIEE202 | Applied Mathematics -II | DIEE202.2 | Differentiation: Learn differentiation rules and apply them to different functions. |
38 | DIEE202 | Applied Mathematics -II | DIEE202.3 | Integral Calculus: Grasp integration as the inverse of differentiation, and solve basic integrals. |
39 | DIEE202 | Applied Mathematics -II | DIEE202.4 | Statistics: Comprehend measures of central tendency and dispersion for data analysis. |
40 | DIEE202 | Applied Mathematics -II | DIEE202.5 | Differential Equation: Define differential equations, grasp order and degree, and solve simple cases. |
41 | DIEE203 | Applied Physics -II | DIEE203.1 | Understand the principles of sound acoustics in buildings, including concepts of reverberation, echo, noise, coefficient of absorption, and methods to control reverberation time. |
42 | DIEE203 | Applied Physics -II | DIEE203.2 | Grasp the fundamentals of optics, encompassing reflection, image formation in mirrors, refraction, lens characteristics, and principles of total internal reflection. |
43 | DIEE203 | Applied Physics -II | DIEE203.3 | Comprehend the essentials of electrostatics, covering Coulomb's law, Gauss's Law, electric field intensity, potential, electric fields of different charges, capacitor principles, and dielectric effects. |
44 | DIEE203 | Applied Physics -II | DIEE203.4 | Gain a solid foundation in electricity, including Ohm's law, resistance concepts, Kirchhoff's laws, heating effects of current, principles of electric power, and basics of semiconductor physics. |
45 | DIEE203 | Applied Physics -II | DIEE203.5 | Acquire a broad understanding of modern physics concepts, including lasers, energy levels, ionization, emission phenomena, optical fiber principles, superconductivity, energy sources, and their applications. |
46 | DIEE204 | Applied Chemistry -II | DIEE204.1 | Understand metallurgy terms, concentration methods, roasting, calcinations, refining, properties of aluminum and iron, alloys' purposes, properties, and uses. |
47 | DIEE204 | Applied Chemistry -II | DIEE204.2 | Define fuels, classify, understand calorific value determination, proximate and ultimate analysis, qualities of fuels, specifics of gaseous fuels, and manufacturing and properties of water gas, oil gas, and biogas. |
48 | DIEE204 | Applied Chemistry -II | DIEE204.3 | Define corrosion, explore theories, understand prevention methods including alloying, metallic coatings, and cathodic protection (sacrificial and impressed voltage methods). |
49 | DIEE204 | Applied Chemistry -II | DIEE204.4 | Define lubricants, classify, understand principles of lubrication, learn about cement manufacturing, types, glass production, and specific properties of lubricants, cement, and glass. |
50 | DIEE204 | Applied Chemistry -II | DIEE204.5 | Understand classification, functional groups, homologous series, nomenclature, physical and chemical properties, industrial uses, and IUPAC nomenclature of carboxylic acids, alcohols, phenols, aldehydes, ketones, and amines. |
51 | DIEE205 | Basic Electrical Engineering | DIEE205.1 | Understand AC and DC differences, applications, and advantages of electrical energy, define voltage, current, power, energy, and their units, and identify measurement instruments and their connection in electric circuits. |
52 | DIEE205 | Basic Electrical Engineering | DIEE205.2 | Grasp thermal, hydro, and nuclear power station block diagrams, and the principle of power generation, along with elements of three-phase transmission and distribution systems, transformers, supports, conductors, insulators, and earth wire. |
53 | DIEE205 | Basic Electrical Engineering | DIEE205.3 | Differentiate between high and low voltage distribution systems, identify three-phase wires, neutral wires, earth wire, voltage differences, and between three-phase and single-phase supply, and understand the arrangement from poles to the distribution board. |
54 | DIEE205 | Basic Electrical Engineering | DIEE205.4 | Understand light and fan circuit distinctions, single-phase power circuits, and installation accessories, safety measures, earthing, and the introduction to safety standards. |
55 | DIEE205 | Basic Electrical Engineering | DIEE205.5 | Define single-phase and three-phase motors, understand their applications, connection, and starting using star delta starter, and learn about different pump types and their applications. |
56 | DIEE206 | Engineering Drawing-II | DIEE206.1 | Understand the principle and utility of detail and assembly drawings, comprehend various types of wooden joints, and grasp the nomenclature, types, and forms of external thread sections. |
57 | DIEE206 | Engineering Drawing-II | DIEE206.2 | Familiarize with locking devices like lock nuts, castle nuts, and others, learn about nuts and bolts assembly, and master drawing machine screws, studs, and set screws. |
58 | DIEE206 | Engineering Drawing-II | DIEE206.3 | Comprehend various types of keys and cotters, understand their applications, and prepare drawings showing their positions, learn about different cotter joints and riveted joint types. |
59 | DIEE206 | Engineering Drawing-II | DIEE206.4 | Grasp conventions and symbols of welded joints, apply welded joints in practical scenarios, learn about various types of couplings, and understand symbols for civil and electrical engineering fittings. |
60 | DIEE206 | Engineering Drawing-II | DIEE206.5 | Learn the construction of geometrical figures, development of surfaces for various shapes, interpenetration concepts, and basics of AutoCAD including tools, commands, editing, dimensioning, sectioning, and inquiry. |
61 | DIEE301 | Electrical & Electronics Engineering Material | DIEE301.1 | Understand the classification of materials based on conductivity, atomic structures, and energy bands, including conducting materials like copper, aluminum, and steel, and differentiate between low and high resistance materials. |
62 | DIEE301 | Electrical & Electronics Engineering Material | DIEE301.2 | Familiarize with low resistivity copper alloys, applications of special metals, high resistivity materials like manganin, constantin, and others, and explore the properties and applications of superconductors. |
63 | DIEE301 | Electrical & Electronics Engineering Material | DIEE301.3 | Grasp the properties of insulating materials, covering electrical, physical, thermal, chemical, and mechanical aspects. |
64 | DIEE301 | Electrical & Electronics Engineering Material | DIEE301.4 | Learn about various types of insulating materials such as plastics, thermosetting and thermoplastic materials, natural insulating materials, gaseous materials, and their applications in various electrical components. |
65 | DIEE301 | Electrical & Electronics Engineering Material | DIEE301.5 | Understand magnetic materials, including ferromagnetic materials, soft and hard magnetic materials, permeability, hysteresis, eddy current, curie temperature, magnetostriction, and explore special materials like thermocouples, bimetals, leads, soldering, and fuse materials with their applications. |
66 | DIEE302 | Fundamental of Electrical Engineering | DIEE302.1 | Understand different forms of energy, advantages of electrical energy, differentiate between AC and DC, and comprehend basic electrical quantities like charge, current, voltage, resistance, power, energy, and their units. |
67 | DIEE302 | Fundamental of Electrical Engineering | DIEE302.2 | Grasp the working principles, constructions, and applications of primary and secondary cells, including Lead acid battery, Nickel Cadmium cells, and Silver Oxide Cells, and learn charging methods and care for lead-acid accumulators. |
68 | DIEE302 | Fundamental of Electrical Engineering | DIEE302.3 | Familiarize with Ohm's law, resistances in series and parallel, Kirchhoff's laws, network theorems, star-delta transformation, magnetism, electromagnetism, and hysteresis concepts. |
69 | DIEE302 | Fundamental of Electrical Engineering | DIEE302.4 | Understand Faraday's and Lenz's laws, Fleming's Right and Left Hand Rules, principles of self and mutual induction, inductances in series and parallel, energy stored in a magnetic field, and the concept of eddy currents and loss. |
70 | DIEE302 | Fundamental of Electrical Engineering | DIEE302.5 | Comprehend alternating current and voltage, phasor algebra, AC through resistance, inductance, and capacitance, power factor, resonance, polyphase systems, star and delta connections, power measurement, and power factor measurement. |
71 | DIEE303 | Basic Electronics | DIEE303.1 | Understand the historical development of electronics, differentiate between active and passive components, learn about current and voltage sources, their conversion, and grasp the concept of energy band theory in insulators, semiconductors, and conductors. |
72 | DIEE303 | Basic Electronics | DIEE303.2 | Grasp the concepts of PN Junction, drift, and diffusion currents, depletion layer, potential barrier, forward and reverse biasing, rectification, ripple, filter circuits, and explore various types of diodes and their applications. |
73 | DIEE303 | Basic Electronics | DIEE303.3 | Familiarize with junction transistors, their symbols, configurations (CB, CE, CC), operating point, biasing, stabilization, temperature effects, h-parameters, and operating point determination using Thevenin theorem. |
74 | DIEE303 | Basic Electronics | DIEE303.4 | "Understand single-stage transistor amplifier circuits in CE configuration, working, phase reversal, DC and AC load line, voltage gain, input/output impedance, AC equivalent circuit, and frequency response. |
75 | DIEE303 | Basic Electronics | DIEE302.5 | Learn about the need for multi-stage transistor amplifiers, coupling types, and their applications, understand terms like voltage gain, current gain, power gain, frequency response, and explore details of RC coupled two-stage amplifiers, direct coupled amplifiers, transformer coupled amplifiers, and Field Effect Transistors (FETs). |
76 | DIEE304 | Electrical Engineering Design & Drawing-I | DIEE304.1 | Design and understand various circuit configurations involving multiple switches and lamps, including staircase circuits, master switch circuits, and bell response circuits using push buttons. |
77 | DIEE304 | Electrical Engineering Design & Drawing-I | DIEE304.2 | Comprehend the concept of controlling bells using separate switches, design response circuits for multiple bells, and understand the working of a traffic light control system for a two-road crossing. |
78 | DIEE304 | Electrical Engineering Design & Drawing-I | DIEE304.3 | Demonstrate the ability to design wiring circuits for a two-room set, create installation plans and wiring diagrams, calculate conductor sizes, prepare material lists with cost estimates, and outline testing procedures for wiring installation. |
79 | DIEE304 | Electrical Engineering Design & Drawing-I | DIEE304.4 | "Develop skills in creating orthographic projections for simple electrical components like kit kat fuse base, carrier, bus bar post, and insulators using engineering drawing techniques. |
80 | DIEE304 | Electrical Engineering Design & Drawing-I | DIEE304.5 | Familiarize yourself with various electrical components like engineering translators, stay insulators, M.C.B. (Miniature Circuit Breaker), E.L.C.B. (Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker), and the structure of a small transformer/choke bobbin. |
81 | DIEE305 | Computer Programming & Application | DIEE305.1 | Develop the ability to create and query database files, order data using selected keys, and program a basic application related to information storage and retrieval. |
82 | DIEE305 | Computer Programming & Application | DIEE305.2 | Acquire foundational skills in C programming, understand program structure, execute programs, define constants, variables, and data types, and work with operators and expressions. |
83 | DIEE305 | Computer Programming & Application | DIEE305.3 | Gain proficiency in managing input-output operations including character reading and writing, formatted input and output, and develop skills in decision making and branching using if-else, switch, and loop structures. |
84 | DIEE305 | Computer Programming & Application | DIEE305.4 | Develop an understanding of arrays (one-dimensional and two-dimensional) and their usage, and gain an overview of computer applications in commercial/business data processing and engineering computation. |
85 | DIEE305 | Computer Programming & Application | DIEE305.5 | Explore the concepts of Computer-Aided Design (CAD), Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM), Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE), and Computer-Aided Instruction (CAI), and demonstrate the ability to create small programs for analysis and use various software tools in electrical engineering. |
86 | DIEE401 | Electrical Machine-I | DIEE401.1 | Understand the fundamental concepts of electrical machines, including the definitions of motors and generators, torque development due to field alignment, electromagnetically induced EMF, and the comparison of generators and motors. |
87 | DIEE401 | Electrical Machine-I | DIEE401.2 | Comprehend the main constructional features of DC machines, different types of armature winding, the role of commutator for motoring and generating action, factors influencing induced EMF and electromagnetic torque, and the significance of back EMF in DC motors. |
88 | DIEE401 | Electrical Machine-I | DIEE401.3 | Learn about the practical applications of DC motors, the need for motor starters, types of starters, faults that may occur in DC machines, and how losses in DC machines are determined through tests. |
89 | DIEE401 | Electrical Machine-I | DIEE401.4 | Grasp the working principle and constructional features of single-phase transformers, understand the concept of EMF equation, phasor diagrams for no-load and loaded conditions, and learn about the equivalent circuit and regulation of a transformer. |
90 | DIEE401 | Electrical Machine-I | DIEE401.5 | Gain insights into the construction and types of three-phase transformers, understand the conditions for parallel operation and on-load tap changers, and learn about transformer cooling methods and different types of transformers. |
91 | DIEE402 | Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments | DIEE402.1 | Understand electrical measurement concepts, types of instruments (indicating, integrating, recording), moving coil and moving iron ammeters/voltmeters, merits/demerits, and essentials like deflecting, controlling, damping torque. |
92 | DIEE402 | Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments | DIEE402.2 | Learn about dynamometer type wattmeters, energy meters (single-phase, three-phase), errors, compensation, max demand indicators. |
93 | DIEE402 | Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments | DIEE402.3 | Grasp Megger, Earth tester, Multimeter, Frequency meter, single-phase power factor meter, tong tester. Comprehend current and potential transformers, ratios, phase angle errors. |
94 | DIEE402 | Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments | DIEE402.4 | Understand CRO, controls, applications. Introduce digital multimeters (block diagram), LCR meters. |
95 | DIEE402 | Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments | DIEE402.5 | Learn 3-phase power measurements, non-electrical quantities (pressure, flow, level, displacement), temperature measurement methods. |
96 | DIEE403 | Electronics Devices & Circuits | DIEE403.1 | Understand power amplifier classifications (Class A, B, C), impedance matching, push-pull amplifiers, and heat sinks. |
97 | DIEE403 | Electronics Devices & Circuits | DIEE403.2 | Grasp tuned voltage amplifiers, feedback significance, negative feedback effects, and feedback circuits. |
98 | DIEE403 | Electronics Devices & Circuits | DIEE403.3 | Comprehend oscillator essentials, LC oscillators, R-C oscillators, and piezoelectric crystal oscillators. |
99 | DIEE403 | Electronics Devices & Circuits | DIEE403.4 | Learn about wave-shaping circuits, diode clipping and clamping, multivibrator circuits, and transistor inverter circuits. |
100 | DIEE403 | Electronics Devices & Circuits | DIEE403.5 | Understand power supplier principles (CVTs, UPS, stabilizers, SMPS), operational amplifier basics, and IC 741 and 555 timer applications. |
101 | DIEE404 | Electrical Engineering Design & Drawing-II | DIEE404.1 | Design circuit drawings for DOL starting, remote control, forward/reverse operation, and two-speed control of 3-phase induction motors using contactors. |
102 | DIEE404 | Electrical Engineering Design & Drawing-II | DIEE404.2 | Create motor control circuits with limit switches and time delay relays, and understand types of earthing including plate and pipe earthing. |
103 | DIEE404 | Electrical Engineering Design & Drawing-II | DIEE404.3 | Learn methods to reduce earth resistance, follow IS specifications for earth electrodes, and design earthing layouts for distribution transformers and substations. |
104 | DIEE404 | Electrical Engineering Design & Drawing-II | DIEE404.4 | Develop substation earthing layouts, identify key substation components, and create drawings for specific parts of induction motors. |
105 | DIEE404 | Electrical Engineering Design & Drawing-II | DIEE404.5 | Draw components like field coils, terminal plates, motor bodies, and slip rings of 3-phase induction motors. |
106 | DIEE405 | Estimating & Costing in Electrical Engineering | DIEE405.1 | Understand the purpose of estimating and costing, learn about components of estimates, pricing methods, tender preparation, and tender finalization. |
107 | DIEE405 | Estimating & Costing in Electrical Engineering | DIEE405.2 | Differentiate between various wiring types, select appropriate wiring schemes for domestic and industrial situations, and choose wires, cables, and protective devices. |
108 | DIEE405 | Estimating & Costing in Electrical Engineering | DIEE405.3 | Plan electrical circuits, sub-circuits, and accessories for single-story and multi-story buildings, prepare estimates based on schedule rates and market rates. |
109 | DIEE405 | Estimating & Costing in Electrical Engineering | DIEE405.4 | Design and estimate single-phase motor installations, calculate load requirements for different motor types, and estimate service line connections for domestic and industrial loads. |
110 | DIEE405 | Estimating & Costing in Electrical Engineering | DIEE405.5 | Plan and design overhead and underground transmission and distribution lines, estimate unit costs, and understand components of pole-mounted substations up to 200 KVA rating. |
111 | DIEE501 | Electrical Machines -II | DIEE501.1 | Understand synchronous machine construction, three-phase emf generation, rotating magnetic field production, armature reaction, voltage regulation, and parallel operation. |
112 | DIEE501 | Electrical Machines -II | DIEE501.2 | Learn about alternator parallel operation, synchronizing methods, synchronous motor starting, effects of excitation changes, hunting prevention, rating, and applications. |
113 | DIEE501 | Electrical Machines -II | DIEE501.3 | Grasp induction motor construction, rotor-stator interaction, torque-slip relationship, factors affecting torque, power flow, and rotor resistance effects. |
114 | DIEE501 | Electrical Machines -II | DIEE501.4 | Study torque-slip curve, double cage rotor motors, starting methods, power factor, efficiency testing, speed control, and low power factor causes. |
115 | DIEE501 | Electrical Machines -II | DIEE501.5 | Explore single-phase induction motor types, including split-phase, capacitor start/run, shaded pole, reluctance start, AC series, universal, synchronous, reluctance, and hysteresis motors. Delve into special purpose machines like linear induction, stepper, and schrage motors. |
116 | DIEE502 | Power-I | DIEE502.1 | Learn about energy resources, conventional and non-conventional power stations, their operations, and comparisons. |
117 | DIEE502 | Power-I | DIEE502.2 | Understand transmission system layout, AC/DC comparison, conductor and insulator selection, mechanical and electrical features of lines. |
118 | DIEE502 | Power-I | DIEE502.3 | Explore distribution system layout, power cables, estimation for distribution lines, and line loss calculations. |
119 | DIEE502 | Power-I | DIEE502.4 | Study different types of substations, layouts, equipment, and common faults in overhead and underground systems. |
120 | DIEE502 | Power-I | DIEE502.5 | Grasp power factor concept, its improvement using capacitors, and various tariff types such as block rate and maximum demand tariffs. |
121 | DIEE503 | Industrial Electronics & Control of Drives | DIEE503.1 | Understand the principles of semiconductor devices like SCR, DIAC, TRIAC, and UJT, their construction, characteristics, and applications. |
122 | DIEE503 | Industrial Electronics & Control of Drives | DIEE503.2 | Analyze and design controlled rectifiers for various loads, including single-phase and three-phase configurations. |
123 | DIEE503 | Industrial Electronics & Control of Drives | DIEE503.3 | Explore the operation and applications of power electronic circuits such as inverters, choppers, dual converters, and cyclo convertors. |
124 | DIEE503 | Industrial Electronics & Control of Drives | DIEE503.4 | Develop the skills to control electric drives using thyristors, including DC drives, AC drives, and various control methods. |
125 | DIEE503 | Industrial Electronics & Control of Drives | DIEE503.5 | Gain knowledge about uninterrupted power supplies (UPS), static control of machines, and programmable logic controllers (PLCs), and understand their functions and applications. |
126 | DIEE504 | PC Maintenance & Repair | DIEE504.1 | Understand PC origin, hardware, software, OS, and programming languages. |
127 | DIEE504 | PC Maintenance & Repair | DIEE504.2 | Analyze motherboard, microprocessors, memory, chipsets, buses, storage devices, input/output devices, and virus concepts. |
128 | DIEE504 | PC Maintenance & Repair | DIEE504.3 | Grasp interface systems, standards, PPI (8255, 8155), and their pin diagrams and programming. |
129 | DIEE504 | PC Maintenance & Repair | DIEE504.4 | Learn networking topologies, IEEE standards, internet concepts, protocols (HTTP, SNMP, DNS), and security. |
130 | DIEE504 | PC Maintenance & Repair | DIEE504.5 | Explore email, WWW, ATM networks, and basics of networking management and configuration. |
131 | DIEE505 | Digital Electronics & Microprocessor | DIEE505.1 | Gain proficiency in understanding and converting various number systems, performing binary arithmetic, and applying 1's and 2's complement methods. |
132 | DIEE505 | Digital Electronics & Microprocessor | DIEE505.2 | Design and analyze combinational circuits including half adders, full adders, encoders, decoders, and multiplexers. |
133 | DIEE505 | Digital Electronics & Microprocessor | DIEE505.3 | Comprehend flip-flops, their types, applications, and A/D, D/A converters' principles and working mechanisms. |
134 | DIEE505 | Digital Electronics & Microprocessor | DIEE505.4 | Acquire knowledge about microprocessors, their architecture, instruction set, and peripheral interfacing, and explore higher-bit microprocessor concepts. |
135 | DIEE505 | Digital Electronics & Microprocessor | DIEE505.5 | Differentiate between microcontrollers and microprocessors, grasp the architecture of specific microcontrollers, and understand the basics of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC). |
136 | DIEE601 | Utilization of Electrical Energy | DIEE601.1 | Understand electric drives, motor types, braking techniques, power transfer methods. |
137 | DIEE601 | Utilization of Electrical Energy | DIEE601.2 | Grasp illumination concepts, lamp types, lighting design, exterior lighting schemes. |
138 | DIEE601 | Utilization of Electrical Energy | DIEE601.3 | Learn electric heating methods, principles, applications, heating element design. |
139 | DIEE601 | Utilization of Electrical Energy | DIEE601.4 | Explore electric welding methods, principles, advantages, TIG and MIG welding. |
140 | DIEE601 | Utilization of Electrical Energy | DIEE601.5 | Study electrolytic processes, electroplating, anodizing, refrigeration circuits, electric traction systems. |
141 | DIEE602 | Installation of Maintenance of Electrical Equipment | DIEE602.1 | Understand tools, safety codes, and accident prevention in electrical work. |
142 | DIEE602 | Installation of Maintenance of Electrical Equipment | DIEE602.2 | Learn installation techniques for transmission and distribution lines, including steel structures, clearances, and earthing. |
143 | DIEE602 | Installation of Maintenance of Electrical Equipment | DIEE602.3 | Gain knowledge about laying underground cables, cable jointing, termination, and testing. |
144 | DIEE602 | Installation of Maintenance of Electrical Equipment | DIEE602.4 | Explore testing and maintenance of electrical equipment like transformers, motors, and substations. |
145 | DIEE602 | Installation of Maintenance of Electrical Equipment | DIEE602.5 | Learn maintenance practices for domestic installations, troubleshooting, and compliance with regulations. |
146 | DIEE603 | Power-II | DIEE603.1 | Understand different types of power system faults and their effects on the system's stability. |
147 | DIEE603 | Power-II | DIEE603.2 | Learn about switchgear components, their functions, and circuit breaker principles. |
148 | DIEE603 | Power-II | DIEE603.3 | Gain knowledge about protection devices such as fuses, earthing, and various types of relays. |
149 | DIEE603 | Power-II | DIEE603.4 | Explore protection schemes for generators, transformers, feeders, and bus bars. |
150 | DIEE603 | Power-II | DIEE603.5 | Study over-voltage protection methods, including lightning arrestors and line protection. |
151 | DIEE604 | Energy Management | DIEE604.1 | Understand the concept of energy management, the need for energy conservation, and the impact of environmental aspects and alternative energy sources. |
152 | DIEE604 | Energy Management | DIEE604.2 | Learn about energy conservation strategies in different sectors, including domestic, industrial, and agricultural, and the macro-level approach for energy conservation at the design stage. |
153 | DIEE604 | Energy Management | DIEE604.3 | Gain knowledge about energy-efficient devices, their advantages, design features, and the role of efficiency in load conditions. Explore energy-efficient lighting systems and distribution optimization. |
154 | DIEE604 | Energy Management | DIEE604.4 | Explore the methodology of energy auditing, efficiency assessment of energy conversion processes, and specific energy consumption analysis. Study case studies of energy audits in distribution systems, motors, and industries. |
155 | DIEE604 | Energy Management | DIEE604.5 | Understand the importance of environmental impact assessment, the need for it, and the evaluation process using standard formats. |
156 | DIEE605 | Entrepreneurship Development & Management | DIEE605.1 | Understand the concept of entrepreneurship, its significance, and the competencies/qualities required for being an entrepreneur. |
157 | DIEE605 | Entrepreneurship Development & Management | DIEE605.2 | Familiarize with the entrepreneurial support system, including institutions like District Industry Centers, Commercial Banks, SIDBI, NABARD, etc. |
158 | DIEE605 | Entrepreneurship Development & Management | DIEE605.3 | Learn the process of market survey, opportunity identification, and business planning for small scale industries. |
159 | DIEE605 | Entrepreneurship Development & Management | DIEE605.4 | Gain insights into project report preparation, feasibility assessment, and managerial aspects of small businesses, including management principles, production, inventory, finance, marketing, and personnel management. |
160 | DIEE605 | Entrepreneurship Development & Management | DIEE605.5 | Explore legal aspects of small business operations, environmental considerations, motivation factors, incentives, leadership roles, and the essential functions of a leader. |
S. NO. | Course Code | Course Name | Course Outcome (CO's) - Description | |
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1 | DIMI101 | Communication Skills - I | DIMI101.1 | speak clearly, confidently, comprehensibly, and communicate with one or many listeners using appropriate communicative strategies. |
2 | DIMI101 | Communication Skills - I | DIMI101.2 | write cohesively and coherently and flawlessly avoiding grammatical errors, using a wide vocabulary range, organizing their ideas logically on a topic. |
3 | DIMI101 | Communication Skills - I | DIMI101.3 | read different genres of texts adopting various reading strategies. |
4 | DIMI101 | Communication Skills - I | DIMI101.4 | listen/view and comprehend different spoken discourses/excerpts in different accents |
5 | DIMI102 | APPLIED MATHEMATICS | DIMI102.1 | This course equips students to have basic knowledge and understanding in one fields of materials, integral and differential calculus |
6 | DIMI103 | APPLIED PHYSICS | DIMI103.1 | The students will have knowledge on the basics of physics related to properties of matter, optics, acoustics etc., and they will apply these fundamental principles to solve practical problems related to materials used for engineering applications. |
7 | DIMI104 | APPLIED CHEMISTRY | DIMI104.1 | The knowledge gained on engineering materials, fuels, energy sources and water treatment techniques will facilitate better understanding of engineering processes and applications for further learning |
8 | DIMI105 | ENGINEERING DRAWING | DIMI105.1 | perform free hand sketching of basic geometrical constructions and multiple views of objects. |
9 | DIMI106 | Computer Fundamentals and Applications | DIMI106.1 | The students are expected to enhance the technical knowledge on C language |
10 | DIMI106 | Computer Fundamentals and Applications | DIMI106.2 | The students are expected to possess ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems in data types, functions, operator, arrays, pointer, functions, debugging, structures. |
11 | DIMI106 | Computer Fundamentals and Applications | DIMI106.3 | The students are expected to posses ability to use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for C Programing |
12 | DIMI106 | Computer Fundamentals and Applications | DIMI106.4 | Work effectively as an individual and as a member of multidisciplinary team |
13 | DIMI107 | WORKSHOP PRACTICE | DIMI107.1 | Acknowledge of strata control for understanding, formulating and solving strata control problem in any underground mine. |
14 | DIMI107 | WORKSHOP PRACTICE | DIMI107.2 | Identify, analyze and solve strata movement problems. |
15 | DIMI107 | WORKSHOP PRACTICE | DIMI107.3 | Acquire knowledge and hands-on competence in applying the concepts in the development of strata control |
16 | DIMI201 | COMMUNICATION SKILLS – II | DIMI201.1 | speak clearly, confidently, comprehensibly, and communicate with one or many listeners using appropriate communicative strategies. |
17 | DIMI201 | COMMUNICATION SKILLS – II | DIMI201.2 | write cohesively and coherently and flawlessly avoiding grammatical errors, using a wide vocabulary range, organizing their ideas logically on a topic. |
18 | DIMI201 | COMMUNICATION SKILLS – II | DIMI201.3 | read different genres of texts adopting various reading strategies. |
19 | DIMI201 | COMMUNICATION SKILLS – II | DIMI201.4 | listen/view and comprehend different spoken discourses/excerpts in different accents |
20 | DIMI202 | ELEMENTS OF MINING TECHNOLOGY | DIMI202.1 | . The students are expected to enhance the technical knowledge on exploratory drilling, drivage of inclines, adits and shaft sinking |
21 | DIMI202 | ELEMENTS OF MINING TECHNOLOGY | DIMI202.2 | . The students are expected to possess ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems in drilling and shaft sinking. |
22 | DIMI202 | ELEMENTS OF MINING TECHNOLOGY | DIMI202.3 | The students are expected to possess ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for mine development practice. |
23 | DIMI202 | ELEMENTS OF MINING TECHNOLOGY | DIMI202.4 | Work effectively as an individual and as a member of a multidisciplinary team. |
24 | DIMI203 | ELEMENTS OF MINE SURVEYING | DIMI203.1 | The students are expected to enhance the technical knowledge on linear measurements by chain surveying & tape surveying, compass surveying and plane table surveying. |
25 | DIMI203 | ELEMENTS OF MINE SURVEYING | DIMI203.1 | The students are expected to possess ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems in leveling. |
26 | DIMI203 | ELEMENTS OF MINE SURVEYING | DIMI203.1 | The students are expected to posses ability to use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for mine surveying. |
27 | DIMI203 | ELEMENTS OF MINE SURVEYING | DIMI203.1 | Work effectively as an individual and as a member of multidisciplinary team |
28 | DIMI204 | ENVIRONMENT ENGINEERING | DIMI204.1 | The students are expected to enhance the technical knowledge on origin, occurrence, effects, and detection of various mine gases, air conditioning of surface and underground mining. |
29 | DIMI204 | ENVIRONMENT ENGINEERING | DIMI204.2 | Work effectively as an individual and as a member of a multidisciplinary team. |
30 | DIMI205 | General Workshop Practice – I | DIMI205.1 | The student will be able to: know the importance of general safety precautions on different |
31 | DIMI205 | General Workshop Practice – I | DIMI205.2 | shop floors. identify the basics of tools and equipments used in fitting, |
32 | DIMI205 | General Workshop Practice – I | DIMI205.3 | carpentry, sheet metal, machine, welding and smithy. fabrication of wooden joints and understand joining of metals. |
33 | DIMI205 | General Workshop Practice – I | DIMI205.4 | make metal joints and sheet metal work. |
34 | DIMI205 | General Workshop Practice – I | DIMI205.5 | understand the basics of removal of material from workpiece |
35 | DIMI205 | General Workshop Practice – I | DIMI205.6 | surface to attain specific shape. familiarize with the production of simple models in fitting,carpentry, sheet metal, machine, welding and smithy trades |
36 | DIMI301 | Applied Mechanics | DIMI301.1 | ability to explain the differential principles applies to solve engineering problems dealing with force, displacement, velocity and acceleration |
37 | DIMI301 | Applied Mechanics | DIMI301.2 | ability to analyse the forces in any structures. |
38 | DIMI301 | Applied Mechanics | DIMI301.3 | ability to solve rigid body subjected to dynamic forces |
39 | DIMI302 | BASIC CIVIL ENGINEERING | DIMI302.1 | To learn the brief introduction of all area covered under the head of civil engineering |
40 | DIMI303 | BASIC MECHANICAL ENGINEERING | DIMI303.1 | ability to explain the differential principles applies to solve engineering problems dealing with force, displacement, velocity and acceleration. |
41 | DIMI303 | BASIC MECHANICAL ENGINEERING | DIMI303.2 | •ability to analyse the forces in any structures. |
42 | DIMI303 | BASIC MECHANICAL ENGINEERING | DIMI303.3 | ability to solve rigid body subjected to dynamic forces. |
43 | DIMI304 | MINE ENVIRONMENTAL ENGG. | DIMI304.1 | The students are expected to enhance the technical knowledge on origin, occurrence, effects, and detection of various mine gases, air conditioning of surface and underground mining. |
44 | DIMI304 | MINE ENVIRONMENTAL ENGG. | DIMI304.2 | Work effectively as an individual and as a member of a multidisciplinary team. |
45 | DIMI305 | STRATA CONTROL AND ROOF SUPPORT | DIMI305.1 | Acknowledge of strata control for understanding, formulating and solving strata control problem in any underground mine. |
46 | DIMI305 | STRATA CONTROL AND ROOF SUPPORT | DIMI305.2 | Identify, analyze and solve strata movement problems. |
47 | DIMI305 | STRATA CONTROL AND ROOF SUPPORT | DIMI305.3 | Acquire knowledge and hands-on competence in applying the concepts in the development of strata control. |
48 | DIMI401 | BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING | DIMI401.1 | ability to identify the electrical components explain the characteristics of electrical machines |
49 | DIMI402 | APPLIED GEOLOGY | DIMI402.1 | The students are expected to enhance the technical knowledge on shape, size, mass & density of earth, age of earth, structure of the earth. |
50 | DIMI402 | APPLIED GEOLOGY | DIMI402.2 | The students are expected to possess ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems in properties of minerals, structural geology, types of rocks and geological maps |
51 | DIMI402 | APPLIED GEOLOGY | DIMI402.3 | The students are expected to posses ability to use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for Engineering Geology. |
52 | DIMI402 | APPLIED GEOLOGY | DIMI402.4 | Work effectively as an individual and as a member of multidisciplinary team |
53 | DIMI403 | MINE SAFETY AND LEGISLATION | DIMI403.1 | Apply knowledge of legislation in mines for the implementation of rules and regulations during their job. |
54 | DIMI403 | MINE SAFETY AND LEGISLATION | DIMI403.2 | Work effectively with other engineering and science teams for suggesting any measures against any mine |
55 | DIMI404 | MINE SURVEYING | DIMI404.1 | The students are expected to enhance the technical knowledge on linear measurements by chain surveying & tape surveying, compass surveying and plane table surveying. |
56 | DIMI404 | MINE SURVEYING | DIMI404.2 | The students are expected to possess ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems in leveling. |
57 | DIMI404 | MINE SURVEYING | DIMI404.3 | The students are expected to posses ability to use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for mine surveying. |
58 | DIMI404 | MINE SURVEYING | DIMI404.4 | Work effectively as an individual and as a member of multidisciplinary team. |
59 | DIMI405 | WINNING AND WORKING COAL | DIMI405.1 | Apply knowledge of metal mining for understanding metal mining |
60 | DIMI405 | WINNING AND WORKING COAL | DIMI405.2 | Acquire knowledge and hands-on competence in applying the concepts in the design and development of metal mine. |
61 | DIMI405 | WINNING AND WORKING COAL | DIMI405.3 | Apply knowledge of metal mining for designing a metal mines |
62 | DIMI501 | ADVANCE MINING GEOLOGY | DIMI501.1 | The students are expected to enhance the technical knowledge on stratigraphy of India and important geological formation of India. |
63 | DIMI501 | ADVANCE MINING GEOLOGY | DIMI501.2 | The students are expected to possess ability to identify, formulate and solve the problems of economic minerals |
64 | DIMI501 | ADVANCE MINING GEOLOGY | DIMI501.3 | The students are expected to possess ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for geophysical and geochemical prospecting. |
65 | DIMI501 | ADVANCE MINING GEOLOGY | DIMI501.4 | Work effectively as an individual and as a member of a multidisciplinary team |
66 | DIMI502 | MINE FIRES, EXPLOSION,INUNDATION, RESCUE AND RECOVERY | DIMI502.1 | The students are expected to enhance the technical knowledge on origin, occurrence, effects, and detection of various mine gases, air conditioning of surface and underground mining. |
67 | DIMI502 | MINE FIRES, EXPLOSION,INUNDATION, RESCUE AND RECOVERY | DIMI502.2 | Work effectively as an individual and as a member of a multidisciplinary team. |
68 | DIMI503 | WINING AND WORKING METALS | DIMI503.1 | Apply knowledge of small scale & dimensional stone mining for understanding, formulating and solving problems related with small scale mining. |
69 | DIMI503 | WINING AND WORKING METALS | DIMI503.2 | Acquire knowledge and hands-on competence in applying the concepts in the design and development of small scale mine |
70 | DIMI504 | MINE MACHINERY&MAINTENANCE | DIMI504.1 | Apply knowledge of mine machinery for understanding, formulating and solving transportation problems in mine. |
71 | DIMI504 | MINE MACHINERY&MAINTENANCE | DIMI504.2 | Acquire knowledge and hands-on competence in applying the concepts in the design and development of transportation systems. |
72 | DIMI504 | MINE MACHINERY&MAINTENANCE | DIMI504.3 | Work effectively with other engineering and science teams |
73 | DIMI505 | DRILLING AND BLASTING PRACTICES IN MINES | DIMI505.1 | Apply knowledge of blasting engg. for understanding, formulating and solving blast hole design problems. |
74 | DIMI505 | DRILLING AND BLASTING PRACTICES IN MINES | DIMI505.2 | Acquire knowledge and hands-on competence in applying the concepts in the design and development of blast hole. |
75 | DIMI505 | DRILLING AND BLASTING PRACTICES IN MINES | DIMI505.3 | Work effectively with other engineering and science teams as well as with multidisciplinary designs |
76 | DIMI506 | INDUSTRIAL TRAINING | DIMI506.1 | The training enables the students to experience with the practical applications of the theoretical learning. The outcome at the place of work is always much more than what can be learned in the class |
77 | DIMI601 | MINE ECONOMICS AND BENEFICIATION | DIMI601.1 | Apply knowledge of mine economics for understanding, formulating and solving problems related with the mine economics. |
78 | DIMI601 | MINE ECONOMICS AND BENEFICIATION | DIMI601.2 | Identify analyze and solve financial management problems. |
79 | DIMI601 | MINE ECONOMICS AND BENEFICIATION | DIMI601.3 | Acquire knowledge and hands-on competence in applying the concepts of management in the development of mine economics |
80 | DIMI602 | OPEN CAST MINING AND LAND RECLAMATION | DIMI602.1 | Apply knowledge of surface mining for understanding, formulating and solving problems related with the opencast mine. |
81 | DIMI602 | OPEN CAST MINING AND LAND RECLAMATION | DIMI602.2 | Acquire knowledge and hands-on competence in applying the concepts in the design and development of opencast mine |
82 | DIMI602 | OPEN CAST MINING AND LAND RECLAMATION | DIMI602.3 | Work effectively with other engineering and science teams |
83 | DIMI603 | MINE MANAGEMENT LEGISLATION AND GENERAL SAFETY | DIMI603.1 | Apply knowledge of mine economics for understanding, formulating and solving problems related with the mine economics. Identify analyze and solve financial management problems. Acquire knowledge and hands-on competence in applying the concepts of management in the development of mine economic |
84 | DIMI604 | ADVANCE MINE SURVEYING | DIMI604.1 | Apply knowledge of surveying for understanding, formulating and solving surveying problems. |
85 | DIMI604 | ADVANCE MINE SURVEYING | DIMI604.2 | Work effectively as an individual and as a member of a multidisciplinary team. |
86 | DIMI605 | ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT | DIMI605.1 | speak clearly, confidently, comprehensibly, and communicate with one or many listeners using appropriate communicative strategies. |
87 | DIMI605 | ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT | DIMI605.2 | write cohesively and coherently and flawlessly avoiding grammatical errors, using a wide vocabulary range, organizing their ideas logically on a topic. |
88 | DIMI605 | ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT | DIMI605.3 | read different genres of texts adopting various reading strategies. |
89 | DIMI605 | ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT | DIMI605.4 | listen/view and comprehend different spoken discourses/excerpts in different accents |
S.No. | Course Code | Course Name | Course Outcome (CO's) - Description | |
1 | MEDE101 | Tribology | CO1: | To provide the knowledge and importance of Tribology in Design, friction, wear and lubrication aspects of machine components. |
CO2: | To select proper grade lubricant for specific application. | |||
CO3: | To understand the principles of lubrication, lubrication regimes, theories of hydrodynamic and the advanced lubrication techniques. | |||
CO4: | To introduce the concept of surface engineering and its importance in tribology. | |||
CO5: | To understand the behavior of Tribological components. | |||
2 | MEDE102 | Mechanical Vibration | CO1: | Explain basics of sound, noise and vibration; as well as their control strategies. |
CO2: | Derive equations of motion for undamped one-dimensional vibrations, and solve problems of damped free vibrations. | |||
CO3: | Analyse and solve problems of forced vibrations involving frequency response curves, phase angle plots, vibration isolation and transmissibility. | |||
CO4: | Analyse and solve problems involving vibrations of systems having more than one degree of freedom. | |||
CO5: | Recall and explain concepts involving vibrations of continuous systems. | |||
3 | MEDE103 | Advanced Dynamics of Machine | CO1: | To find static and dynamic forces on planar mechanisms |
CO2: | To know the causes and effects of unbalanced forces in machine members. | |||
CO3: | To determine natural frequencies of undamped, damped and forced vibrating systems of one, two and multi degree freedom systems. | |||
CO4: | Understand various methods of static and dynamic analysis of planar and spatial mechanisms | |||
CO5: | Analyze and design various types of governors like Watt, Porter, Proell, Hartnell governors | |||
4 | MEDE104 | Theory of Elasticity & Plasticity | CO1: | Understand different methods that used to analyse stress and strain in solid body. |
CO2: | Apply various principles to solve problems in a practical situation and compare its solution with that obtained by solid mechanics approach. | |||
CO3: | Examine different yield criteria in diverse failure situations. | |||
CO4: | Relate theory of plasticity to manufacturing | |||
CO5: | Able to relate theory of plasticity to design tooling in manufacturing instead of using ‘thumb rule’ | |||
5 | MEDE105A | Optimization Techniques | CO1: | The students will be able to learn basic Concepts Optimization Techniques. |
CO2: | The students will be able to learn the concept of Basic concepts of Linear programming and Applications of Linear programming | |||
CO3: | The students will be able to learn the concept of Basic concepts of Non-linear programming and different methods for solving the Non-linear programming | |||
CO4: | The students will be able to learn Basic concepts of Geometric programming and Integer Programming. | |||
CO5: | The students will be able to learn the Non Traditional Optimization Algorithms. | |||
6 | MEDE105B | Composite Materials | CO1: | Explain the behavior of constituents in the composite materials |
CO2: | Enlighten the students in different types of reinforcement | |||
CO3: | Develop the student’s skills in understanding the different manufacturing methods available for composite material. | |||
CO4: | Illuminate the knowledge and analysis skills in applying basic laws in mechanics to the composite materials. | |||
CO5: | Apply constitutive equations of composite materials and understand mechanical behavior at micro and macro levels | |||
7 | MEDE105C | Analysis & Design of Pressure Vessels & Components | CO1: | Understanding of the fundamental engineering processes and principles of pressure equipment design. |
CO2: | Understand the suitable Pressure vessel materials and their environment. | |||
CO3: | Apply vessel design codes in influencing vessel design features, stresses, materials and inspection/testing requirements | |||
CO4: | Design pressure vessels and various parts of vessels | |||
8 | MEDE201 | Finite Element Methods | CO1: | To learn basic principles of finite element analysis procedure . |
CO2: | To learn the theory and characteristics of finite elements that represent engineering structures. | |||
CO3: | To learn and apply finite element solutions to structural, thermal, dynamic problem to develop the knowledge and skills needed to effectively evaluate finite element analyses | |||
CO4: | Formulation methods in FEM | |||
CO5: | Characteristics of FEA elements such as bars, beams, plane and iso-parametric elements. | |||
9 | MEDE202 | CAD/CAM Application | CO1: | the concepts and underlying theory of modeling and the usage of models in different engineering applications |
CO2: | precise geometry of complex engineering systems and use the geometric models in different engineering applications | |||
CO3: | the different types of modeling techniques | |||
CO4: | introduce geometric modeling techniques, data structure design and algorithms for solid modeling | |||
CO5: | Use and assess commercial CAD/CAM tools | |||
10 | MEDE203 | Advanced Machine Tool Design | CO1: | Study of various machining processes |
CO2: | Material removal methods, input parameters during machining | |||
CO3: | Theoretical derivation of equations for temperature, strain, force | |||
CO4: | Tool wear mechanism, Automation during machining | |||
CO5: | Select optimum parameters for the respective machining process | |||
11 | MEDE204 | Advanced Mechanism | CO1: | Provide basic concept of kinematics and kinetics of machine elements. |
CO2: | Ability to analyze and interpret data of degree of freedom and degree of movability of mechanisms | |||
CO3: | Study how velocity and acceleration of linkages changes with the position with reference to change position of points by different methods. | |||
CO4: | Study about the Synthesis-Analytical Method, Synthesis-Graphical Method | |||
CO5: | Study about Robotics Concepts | |||
12 | MEDE205A | Experimental Stress Analysis | CO1: | Understand the Electrical Wire Resistance Strain Gauges and Measuring Circuits. |
CO2: | Analyze the mechanism of photo elasticity | |||
CO3: | Understanding of Moiré Fringe method for strain measurement | |||
CO4: | Measurement of strain measurement using photo elasticity technique | |||
CO5: | Measurement of strain measurement using photo elasticity technique | |||
13 | MEDE205B | Measurement System Analysis | CO1: | Students should be able to understand Analysis of Measurement: |
CO2: | Students should be able to understand Static & Dynamic Characteristics: | |||
CO3: | Students should be able to understand Direct, Indirect & Combined Measurement: | |||
CO4: | Students should be able to understand Data analysis: | |||
CO5: | Students should be able to understand Theory of Calibration | |||
14 | MEDE205C | Computer Graphics & Visualization | CO1: | Explain the organization of basic computer , its design and the design of control unit. |
CO2: | Demonstrate the working of central processing unit and RISC and CISC Architecture. | |||
CO3: | Describe the operations and language f the register transfer, micro operations and input- output organization. | |||
CO4: | Understand the organization of memory and memory management hardware. | |||
CO5: | Elaborate advanced concepts of computer architecture, Parallel Processing, interprocessor communication and synchronization. | |||
15 | MEDE301 | Robotics | CO1: | Student will gain knowledge with the automation and brief history of robot and applications. |
CO2: | Familiarize with the kinematic motions of robot. | |||
CO3: | Student will learn the dynamics of robot. | |||
CO4: | Student will able to solve trajectory planning problem. | |||
CO5: | Student will able to explain the principles of various Sensors and their applications in robots. | |||
16 | MEDE302 | Communication & Research Methodology | CO1: | Student will learn an understanding of various kinds of research, objectives of doing research, research process research designs and sampling. |
CO2: | Student will be able to formulate research problem and develop a sufficiently coherent research design. | |||
CO3: | Have basic knowledge on qualitative, quantitative as well as measurement & scaling techniques. | |||
CO4: | Have a basic awareness of data analysis, including descriptive & inferential measures. | |||
CO5: | Be able to write & develop independent thinking for critically analyzing research reports. | |||
17 | MEDE303 | Fatigue & Creep | CO1: | Understand the different modes of failures like fracture, fatigue and creep of ductile and brittle materials. |
CO2: | Analyze the linear elastic and elasto-plastic fracture mechanics and formulate the stress intensity factor for typical crack configurations. | |||
CO3: | Learn about basic mechanisms behind creep and how to model creep. | |||
CO4: | Student will be able to learn basic surface failure concepts. | |||
CO5: | Student will be able to implement reliablity concept for design. | |||
18 | MEDE304 | Preliminary Work on Dissertation | CO1: | plan, and engage in, an independent and sustained critical investigation and evaluation of a chosen research topic relevant to environment and society |
CO2: | systematically identify relevant theory and concepts, relate these to appropriate methodologies and evidence, apply appropriate techniques and draw appropriate conclusions | |||
CO3: | engage in systematic discovery and critical review of appropriate and relevant information sources | |||
CO4: | appropriately apply qualitative and/or quantitative evaluation processes to original data | |||
CO5: | understand and apply ethical standards of conduct in the collection and evaluation of data and other resources | |||
CO6: | communicate research concepts and contexts clearly and effectively both in writing and orally | |||
19 | MEDE305 | Seminar Based on Dissertation | CO1: | plan, and engage in, an independent and sustained critical investigation and evaluation of a chosen research topic relevant to environment and society |
CO2: | systematically identify relevant theory and concepts, relate these to appropriate methodologies and evidence, apply appropriate techniques and | |||
CO3: | engage in systematic discovery and critical review of appropriate and relevant information sources | |||
CO4: | appropriately apply qualitative and/or quantitative evaluation processes to original data | |||
CO5: | understand and apply ethical standards of conduct in the collection and evaluation of data and other resources | |||
CO6: | communicate research concepts and contexts clearly and effectively both in writing and orally | |||
18 | MEDE401 | Dissertation | CO1: | plan, and engage in, an independent and sustained critical investigation and evaluation of a chosen research topic relevant to environment and society |
CO2: | systematically identify relevant theory and concepts, relate these to appropriate methodologies and evidence, apply appropriate techniques and draw appropriate | |||
CO3: | engage in systematic discovery and critical review of appropriate and relevant | |||
CO4: | understand and apply ethical standards of conduct in the collection and evaluation of data and other resources | |||
CO5: | communicate research concepts and contexts clearly and effectively both in writing and orally | |||
S.No. | Course Code | Course Name | Course Outcome (CO's) - Description | |
1 | MTHE101 | Highway infrastructure design | CO1: | On completion of the course, the student would have gained knowledge of highway design & traffic analysis. |
2 | MTHE102 | Traffic Engineering | CO1: | To impart knowledge in traffic flow characteristics, flow modeling & computer simulation. Student would have gained knowledge on traffic flow that would help them to develop an efficient transport system |
3 | MTHE103 | Pavement analysis and design | CO1: | The students are expected to understand the properties & use of various material &construction, analysis of stress distribution, evaluation & maintenance of flexible & rigid pavement. |
4 | MTHE104 | Urban Transportation Planning | CO1: | Student would have gained knowledge about the urban area like how to develop the rural area, to improve particular area and data calculation for particular developing area |
5 | MTHE105A | Applied Statistics | CO1: | Students would have the knowledge about the mathematical applications of statistics , probability in various parts of highway engineering like forecasting the required numerical data in transportation sector. |
6 | MTHE105B | Project Management | CO1: | To impart knowledge of activities that accurately forecast project cost, timelines and quality improvement process for successful resources, communication and risk and change management |
7 | MTHE105C | Bridge engineering | CO1: | To impart knowledge of mechanics of various kinds of bridges and its sub structure. |
8 | MTHE201 | HIGHWAY PROJECT FORMULATION & ECONOMICS | CO1: | To learn about sub grade preparation |
CO2: | To learn about economics and base course | |||
CO3: | to learn about Highway development | |||
CO4: | to learn about various aspects for project approval | |||
9 | MTHE202 | PAVEMENT CONSTRUCTION MAINTENANCE AND MANAGEMENT | CO1: | to learn about basic PMS. |
CO2: | to learn about evaluation of existing pavement | |||
CO3: | to learn about construction and maintenance of pavement | |||
10 | MTHE203 | TRAFFIC ANALYSIS | CO1: | to learn traffic studies ,their analysis & cost |
CO2: | to learn design of signals | |||
CO3: | to learn transportation system management | |||
11 | MTHE204 | PAVEMENT MATERIAL CHARACTERIZATION | CO1: | to learn about characteristic of sub grade soil |
CO2: | to learn about characteristic of road aggregate | |||
CO3: | to learn about characteristic of uses of road construction | |||
12 | MTHE205A | Ground Improvement Techniques | CO1: | to learn the basic principles of various ground improvement techniques |
CO2: | to understand the design procedure of various ground improvement techniques | |||
CO3: | to learn use of geotextileand other synthetic materials for reinforcing soil | |||
13 | MTHE205B | Advanced Modelling Techniques In Highway Engineering | CO1: | To impart knowledge of various smart solutions and advanced modelling techniques used in Highway engineering, and also to enrich new innovative ideas in them |
14 | MTHE205C | Financial Management in Construction Industries | CO1: | To impart knowledge of activities that accurately forecast project cost, timelines and quality improvement process for successful resources, communication and risk and change management |
15 | MTHE301 | CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY | CO1: | to understand the properties of ingredients |
CO2: | to study the behavior of concrete at its fresh & hardened state | |||
CO3: | to understand special concrete &their uses | |||
16 | MTHE302 | Communication and Research Methodology | CO1: | Provide or overview the concept methods and tools by which communication research is designed ,conducted inpreced and critically evaluated . |
17 | MTHE303A | Construction Equipment and Material Management | CO1: | To train the students with the latest and the best in the rapidly changing fields of construction engineering |
CO2: | To prepare the students to be industry leaders who implement the best engineering and management practices and technologies in the construction industries | |||
18 | MTHE303B | ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT FOR TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS | CO1: | To impart knowledge regarding the Environment Impact Assessment requirements and procedures for any transportation project |
19 | MTHE303C | LAND USE AND TRANSPORTATION MODELLING | CO1: | To impart the knowledge of various landuses and the type of transportation models required for it for a well planned and sustainable development in various areas. |
20 | MTHE304 | Preliminary Work on Dissertation | CO1: | Capable to conduct research in writing studies and profession writing. |
CO2: | Capable to improve their ability to frame and analysis problems | |||
CO3: | Impart advanced skills in planning, drafting and editing. | |||
21 | MTHE305 | Seminar based on Dissertation | CO1: | Capable to conduct research in writing studies and profession writing. |
CO2: | Capable to improve their ability to frame and analysis problems | |||
CO3: | Impart advanced skills in planning, drafting and editing. | |||
22 | MTHE401 | Dissertation | CO1: | Capable to conduct research in writing studies and profession writing. |
CO2: | Capable to improve their ability to frame and analysis problems | |||
CO3: | Impart advanced skills in planning, drafting and editing. |
S.No. | Course Code | Course Name | Course Outcome (CO's) - Description | |
1 | MTOOSD101 | Advanced Engineering Mathematics | CO1: | To know how root finding techniques can be used to solve practical engineering problems. |
CO2: | To apply the analytical technique to express periodic function as a Fourier sine and cosine series. | |||
CO3: | To apply partial differential techniques to solve the physical engineering problems. | |||
CO4: | To apply the concept of probability to find the physical significance of various distribution phenomena | |||
2 | MTOOSD102 | Object Oriented Analysis And Design Using UML | CO1: | An ability to analyze the problem and apply to real world problems. |
CO2: | An ability to apply knowledge of OOPs concepts in Object Oriented Design. | |||
CO3: | An ability to analyze the case study and apply the UML notations | |||
CO4: | An ability to gather functional requirements and apply the use case diagrams | |||
CO5: | Draw activity and state chart diagram for real word applications | |||
CO6: | Apply a class diagram and object diagram for user requirements | |||
CO7: | Apply component and deployment diagram for based on Requirements | |||
CO8: | take the case studies and model it in different views with respect user requirement such as use case, logical, component and deployment and etc, and preparation of document of the project for the unified Library application. | |||
3 | MTOOSD103 | Advanced Operating System | CO1: | Analyze the structure of OS and basic architectural components involved in OS design |
CO2: | Analyze and design the applications to run in parallel either using process or thread models of different OS | |||
CO3: | Analyze the various device and resource management techniques for timesharing and distributed systems | |||
CO4: | Understand the Mutual exclusion, Deadlock detection and agreement protocols of Distributed operating system | |||
CO5: | Interpret the mechanisms adopted for file sharing in distributed Applications | |||
CO6: | Conceptualize the components involved in designing a contemporary OS | |||
4 | MTOOSD104 | Internet and Web Technology | CO1: | Understand the enabling technologies for building Internet and Web database applications. |
CO2: | Understand the different components for developing client/server applications. | |||
CO3: | Apply the techniques and features of the client/server development languages to construct a database application based on Internet. | |||
CO4: | Develop the web database applications through programming exercises. Implement Web Services through technologies. |
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5 | MTOOSD105 | Java Programming & Application | CO1: | Able to understand the use of OOPs concepts. |
CO2: | Able to solve real world problems using OOP techniques | |||
CO3: | Able to understand the use of abstraction | |||
CO4: | Able to understand the use of Packages and Interface in java. | |||
CO5: | Able to develop and understand exception handling, multithreaded applications with synchronization. | |||
CO6: | Able to understand the use of Collection Framework | |||
CO7: | Able to design GUI based applications and develop applets for web applications | |||
6 | MTOOSD201 | Compiler Design | CO1: | To realize basics of compiler design and apply for real time applications. |
CO2: | To introduce different translation languages | |||
CO3: | To understand the importance of code optimization | |||
CO4: | To know about compiler generation tools and techniques | |||
CO5: | To learn working of compiler and non compiler applications | |||
CO6: | Design a compiler for a simple programming language | |||
7 | MTOOSD202 | Object Oriented Software Engineering | CO1: | Extract an Object Model and Dynamic Model of system functionality and performance from the requirements |
CO2: | Design and implement structured, robust, maintainable object-oriented systems across multiple platforms and appropriate programming languages from the specifications developed. | |||
CO3: | Develop teamwork and management skills to divide tasks and effectively develop projects in large software teams. | |||
CO4: | Produce industry standard documentation from requirements, analysis, and design through testing and verification. | |||
8 | MTOOSD203 | Analysis & Design of Algorithms |
CO1: | Argue the correctness of algorithms using inductive proofs and invariants. |
CO2: | Analyze worst-case running times of algorithms using asymptotic analysis. | |||
CO3: | Describe the divide-and-conquer paradigm and explain when an algorithmic design situation calls for it. Recite algorithms that employ this paradigm. | |||
CO4: | Synthesize divide-and-conquer algorithms. Derive and solve recurrences describing the performance of divide-and-conquer algorithms | |||
CO5: | Describe the dynamic-programming paradigm and explain when an algorithmic design situation calls for it. Recite algorithms that employ this paradigm. | |||
CO6: | Synthesize dynamic-programming algorithms, and analyze them. | |||
CO7: | Describe the greedy paradigm and explain when an algorithmic design situation calls for it. Recite algorithms that employ this paradigm. | |||
CO8: | Synthesize greedy algorithms, and analyze them. | |||
9 | MTOOSD204 | Distributed Operating System | CO1: | Demonstrate the Mutual exclusion, Deadlock detection and agreement protocols of Distributed operating system |
CO2: | Learn the various resource management techniques for distributed systems | |||
CO3: | Identify the different features of real time and mobile operating systems | |||
CO4: | Modify existing open source kernels in terms of functionality or features used. | |||
10 | MTOOSD205 | Design & Development of Cloud Applications | CO1: | Understanding the key dimensions of the challenge of Cloud Computing |
CO2: | Assessment of the economics , financial, and technological implications for selecting cloud Computing for own organization | |||
CO3: | Assessing the financial, technological, and organizational capacity of employer’s for actively initiating and installing cloud-based applications | |||
CO4: | Assessment of own organizations’ needs for capacity building and training in cloud computing-related IT areas | |||
11 | MTOOSD301 | Information Storage & Management | CO1: | Search, retrieve and synthesize information from a variety of systems and sources. |
CO2: | Evaluate systems and technologies in terms of quality, functionality, cost-effectiveness and adherence to professional standards | |||
CO3: | Integrate emerging technologies into professional practice | |||
CO4: | Apply theory and principles to diverse information contexts | |||
12 | MTOOSD302 | Communication & Research Methodology | CO1: | Overall communication improvement which results in high quality communication. |
CO2: | Improved report writing skill to make your reports more attractive. | |||
CO3: | Get awareness on the various aspects of research. | |||
CO4: | Improved data and result representation. | |||
13 | MTOOSD303A | Advanced Computer Architecture |
CO1: | Understand the Concept of Parallel Processing and its applications |
CO2: | Implement the Hardware for Arithmetic Operations | |||
CO3: | Analyze the performance of different scalar Computers | |||
CO4: | Develop the Pipelining Concept for a given set of Instructions | |||
CO5: | Distinguish the performance of pipelining and non pipelining environment in a processor | |||
14 | MTOOSD303B | Advanced Software Project Management | CO1: | Learn and become familiar with advanced terminology, concepts, and definitions |
CO2: | Gain an understanding of key project success and failure factors within a project. | |||
CO3: | Develop the mindset, key skills and processes to manage project teams | |||
CO4: | Be able to refine the project scope statement | |||
CO5: | Determine the approach for decomposing the work of the project to the required level of detail | |||
CO6: | Be able to apply key project managements |
S.No. | Course Code | Course Name | Course Outcome (CO's) - Description | |
1 | BDES101P | Sketching and Drawing | CO1: | To become familiar with the basic methods, techniques & tools of sketching and drawing |
CO2: | To take part in a community of artists | |||
CO3: | To enjoy the challenging and nuanced process of sketching and drawing | |||
CO4: | Developing a working concept of what it means to draw. | |||
CO5: | Reinforcing the principles of traditional drawing skills. | |||
CO6: | Developing new ways of thinking, seeing, and creating. | |||
CO7: | Building confidence through exercises that help you explore different types of mark making. | |||
2 | BDES102P | Fundamentals of Design | CO1: | Be able to understand elements and principles of design |
CO2: | Able to grasp stage model of action cycle | |||
CO3: | Be able to understand design laws and their importance in design field | |||
CO4: | To comprehend various rules of composition of design | |||
CO5: | To gain hands-on experience of fundamentals of design | |||
3 | BDES103P | Introduction to UX Design | CO1: | To understand the concept of UX design and how it has evolved Able |
CO2: | To understand UX design process and methodology | |||
CO3: | Able to understand how UX industry work | |||
CO4: | To know the job, roles and responsibilities in UX industry | |||
CO5: | To understand the importance of UX in digitalization and different types of industries | |||
4 | BDES104 | History of Art and Evolution of Design | CO1: | Get to know art forms in history |
CO2: | To understand art in cultural context | |||
CO3: | Able to comprehend evolution in Design and UX | |||
CO4: | To envisage the paradigm shift in design as per the various technology changes | |||
5 | BDES105P | Introduction to Visual Design | CO1: | To understand the elements of visual design |
CO2: | To master the creation of page layouts | |||
CO3: | To Obtain and working knowledge of visual design tools | |||
CO4: | To comprehend the application of elements and tools of visual design | |||
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