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Engineering Graphics-I

Course Outcomes
CO1: Identify reference, principal, auxiliary planes and utilize fundamentals of engineering drawing to draw and interpret projection of lines.
CO2: Apply concept of reference and auxiliary plane method for projection of different shapes of planes.
CO3: Apply concepts of projections to draw the projections of solids resting on horizontal planes.
CO4: Apply basics of engineering drawing to draw various types of engineering curves and development of lateral surfaces of solids.
CO5: Identify and draw orthographic views of given pictorial view.
CO6: Perceive two dimensional engineering drawings for imagining and constructing three dimensional engineering drawing.

Engineering Chemistry

Course Outcomes
CO1: Student will be able to apply different methodologies for analysis of water, techniques for softening of water and concept of green chemistry in synthesis of various chemical compounds.
CO2: Student will be able to utilize analytical methods for analysis of various chemical compounds.
CO3: Student will be able to identify different types of polymer, their preparation methods, properties and applications in various fields.
CO4: Student will be able to analyze quality of fossil and derived fuels on the basis of their composition.
CO5: Student will be able to explain the importance of carbon and hydrogen compounds in the development of modern technologies.
CO6: Student will be able to explain causes for corrosion and its preventive methods.

Fundamentals of Programming Languages-I

Course Outcomes
CO1: Explain Fundamentals of computer, open source operating system, software development life cycle and use of different program planning tools.
CO2: Illustrate basics of C programming language.
CO3: Design and develop programs using control structures and pointers.
CO4: Design and develop program using advanced ‘C’ concepts.

Basic Electrical Engineering

Course Outcomes
CO1: Demonstrate and analyze measurement of resistance with the variation of temperature, insulation resistance, calculation related to energy consumption in power system.
CO2: Explain the fundamentals of electromagnetism, Faraday’s Laws and compare electrical and magnetic circuit
CO3: Apply the concepts of electromagnetism to analyze principle of transformer and summarize the concepts of electrostatics.
CO4: Extend the concept of electromagnetic induction for generation of ac and its representation for practical analysis of ac circuits
CO5: Illustrate the concepts of single and three phase ac circuits along with the Phasor diagrams.
CO6: Simplify the networks and provide the solution by applying Kirchhoff’s laws and theorems

Basic Civil & Environmental Engineering

Course Outcomes
CO1: To understand role of civil engineers in different areas of civil engineering with interdisciplinary approach.
CO2: To study different construction materials and components of a structure.
CO3: To study different types of maps and modern surveying tools and techniques.
CO4: To understand concept of environment and the role of civil engineers in sustainable development.
CO5: To study various principles of building planning and concept of green building.
CO6: To classify energy and environmental pollution.

Engineering Physics

Course Outcomes
CO1: Able to analyze basic knowledge of optics for engineering and technological problems.
CO2: Able to understand terms and applications related to sound engineering for social and scientific applications.
CO3: Able to apply the concepts of polarization and laser for scientific, industrial and medical applications.
CO4: Able to apply knowledge of semiconductor physics for recent trends and advances in technological development.
CO5: Able to understand basic concepts of matter waves for developing mathematical and analytical abilities in wave mechanics.
CO6: Able to use knowledge of superconductors and nano-materials in recent trends and advance technology.

Basic Electronics Engineering

Course Outcomes
CO1: Apply the concepts of PN junction and special purpose diode, (Applying)
CO2: Explain configuration, biasing, characteristics, parameters and application of transistor. (understanding)
CO3: Analyze modes, parameter, feedback and various applications of operational amplifier. (Analysing)
CO4: Construct various digital circuit diagrams using gates with precise output and reduced complexity. (Applying)
CO5: Classify power devices and transducers with respect to requirement. (understanding)
CO6: Identify transmission media and modulation for electronic communication along with details of mobile communication. (understanding)