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"Empowering Society through dynamic education"


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We commit ourselves to provide quality education and enhance our students quality through continuous improvement in our teaching

Program Outcomes

Engineering Graduates will be able to
PO no Program Outcome 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.
Course Outcome (COs) statements First Year Engineering 2019 Pattern
Course Outcomes : Students will be able to
C101.1 Find Taylor and Maclaurin’s theorem for expansion of functions of various types and Indeterminate form.
C101.2 Determine the Fourier series for periodic functions and use it to analysis of discrete and continuous system.
C101.3 Calculate Partial derivative of functions several variable and with the help of Euler’s theorem find solution of partial differential equation.
C101.4 Explain the Jacobian and its applications for partial derivative of function of several variables.
C101.5 Solve system of linear equation using matrices and apply it to linear and orthogonal transformation.
C101.6 Find Eigen values and Eigen vectors of square matrix and use it for reduction of quadratic to canonical form.




Course Outcomes : Students will be able to

C102.1 Explain various applications of optics.
C102.2 Compare the difference between classical and wave mechanical approach.
C102.3 Apply the theories of semiconductors.
C102.4 Illustrate engineering applications of magnetism and superconductivity.
C102.5 Compare importance of NDT and explain different properties observed at nanoscale.
C102.6 Explain and recognize working principles used in recent trends in technological development.





Course Outcomes : Students will be able to
C103.1 Apply the different methodologies for analysis of water and techniques involved in softening of water as commodity.
C103.2 Select appropriate electro-analytical technique and method of material analysis.
C103.3 Demonstrate the knowledge of advanced engineering materials for various engineering applications.
C103.4  Analyze fuel and suggest use of alternative fuels.
C103.5 Analyze fuel and suggest use of alternative fuels.
C103.6 Demonstrate chemical reaction of corrosion and its prevention




Course Outcomes : Students will be able to

C104.1 Describe and compare the conversion of energy from renewable and non-renewable energy sources
C104.2 Explain basic laws of thermodynamics, heat transfer and their applications
C104.3 List down the types of road vehicles and their specifications
C104.4 Illustrate various basic parts and transmission system of a road vehicle
C104.5 Discuss several manufacturing processes and identify the suitable process
C104.6 Explain various types of mechanisms and their applications.


Course Outcomes : Students will be able to
C105.1 Summarize the fundamentals of e.m.f, potential difference, current, resistance and energy conversions from one form to another.
C105.2 Review the basics of magnetic circuits and Identify the relationship between current and magnetic fields with application to determination of inductance.
C105.3 Apply the concept of electromagnetism to understand transformer operation and interpret the relationship between charge and electric fields with its application.
C105.4 Recognize basic knowledge of sinusoidal quantities and phasors with their behavior and apply it to purely resistive, inductive and capacitive circuits.
C105.5 Analyze A. C. circuits, interpret relationship between voltage, current and power, examine concept of resonance, and analyze balanced three phase circuits.
C105.6 Analyze and solve D. C. networks by applying various laws and theorems.




 Course Outcomes : Students will be able to
C106.1 Examine, interpret, classify& analyze the various basic electronic components and circuits.
C106.2 Examine, interpret & analyze the transistor and its application.
C106.3 Examine, interpret & analyze the various IC based circuits.
C106.4 Identify, describe, & analyze the different digital gates and their usage in digital circuits.
C106.5 Illustrate and interpret working of power electronic devices and their applications
C106.6 Explain and interpret the basic concept of electronics communication system.
Course Outcomes : Students will be able to
C107.1 Inculcate and apply various skills in problem solving.


C107.2 Choose most appropriate programming constructs and features to solve the problems in diversified domains.


C107.3 Exhibit the programming skills for the problems those require the writing of well-documented programs including use of the logical constructs of language, Python.


C107.4 Demonstrate significant experience with the Python program development environment.


Course Outcomes : Students will be able to
C108.1 Determine resultant of various force systems


C108.2 Determine centroid, moment of inertia and solve problems related to friction
C108.3 Determine reactions of beams, calculate forces in cables using principles of equilibrium
C108.4 Solve trusses, frames for finding member forces and apply principles of equilibrium to forces in space.
C108.5 Calculate position, velocity and acceleration of particle using principles of kinematics
C108.6 Calculate position, velocity and acceleration of particle using principles of kinetics and Work, Power, Energy
Course Outcomes : Students will be able to
C109.1 Develop utility products by different basic manufacturing processes and machine tools
C109.2 Demonstrate the importance of safety equipment and tools in the workshop
C109.3 Compare various types of forging processes
C109.4 Demonstrate manufacturing processes on different machine tools
C109.5 Explain various moulding processes like casting
C109.6 Make use of concepts of quality control and measuring instruments in advance manufacturing processes
Course Outcomes : Students will be able to
C110.1 Demonstrate an integrative approach to environmental issues with a focus on sustainability.


C110.2 Explain and identify the role of the organism in energy transfers in different ecosystems.


C110.3 Distinguish between and provide examples of renewable and nonrenewable resources & analyze personal consumption of resources.


C110.4 Identify key threats to biodiversity and develop appropriate policy options for conserving biodiversity in different settings.


Course Outcomes : Students will be able to
C111.1 Explain the concept of Differential equation and various methods of solution of first order first degree Differential equation.
C111.2 Apply the concept of differential equations for various engineering problems.
C111.3 Find the Reduction formulae and special functions
C111.4 Explain the concept of curve tracing and use it to measure arc length of the various curves.
C111.5 Explain the concept of solid geometry using equations of sphere, cone and cylinder in comprehensive manner.
C111.6 Evaluate the  multiple integrals and use it to find  Area of the curves, Volume of surfaces, MI, CG,
Course Outcomes : Students will be able to
C112.1 Select the basic, modifying tools & draw problems of projections of solids
C112.2 Construct the problems of Engineering curves using drafting tools
C112.3 Illustrate and draw the problems of development of lateral surfaces of solids using drafting tools
C112.4 Construct orthographic projections from given pictorial views using drafting tools
C112.5 Construct Isometric views from given orthographic views using drafting tools
C112.6 Utilize the knowledge of engineering drawing for industrial drawing with suitbale drafting tools
 Course Outcomes : Students will be able to
C113.1 Illustrate the ‘Learning by doing’ approach.
C113.2 Draw on lessons from several disciplines and apply them in practical way.
C113.3 Practice enhanced learning capacity through shared cognition.
C113.4 Relate process of replication of skills.
C113.5 Contribute to improvement of Teaching Learning process
C113.1 Illustrate the ‘Learning by doing’ approach.


Course Outcomes : Students will be able to
C114.1 Have an understanding of environmental pollution and the science behind those problems and potential solutions.
C114.2 Have knowledge of various acts and laws and will be able to identify the industries that are violating these rules.
C114.3 Assess the impact of ever increasing human population on the biosphere: social, economic issues and role of humans in conservation of natural resources.
C114.4 Learn skills required to research and analyze environmental issues scientifically and learn how to use those skills in applied situations such as careers that may involve environmental problems and/or issues.