Course Outcomes
Sl.No |
Subject code |
Subject |
Course |
Description of Course outcomes |
101 |
C101 |
Mathematics -1 |
C101.1 |
Know first-order differential equation, linear differential equation and Bernoulli’s equation to find solution for electrical circuits. |
C101.2 |
Comprehend linear differential equation of higher order, homogeneous equation with constant co-efficient, Euler - Cauchy equation and solutions by variations of parameter to model electric circuits. |
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C101.3 |
Compute series solutions of differential equations , power series method, Lagenders polynomials and Bessel’s function to solve complex engineering problems. |
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C101.4 |
Differentiate first-order differential equation, linear differential equation and Bernoulli’s equation to find solution for electrical circuits. |
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C101.5 |
Understand linear equation and vector space |
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C101.6 |
Explain the asymptote and curvature problems |
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102 |
C102 |
Chemistry |
C102.1 |
A basic idea about chemical reactions, its feasibility, rate, Effect of catalyst on reaction rate. |
C102.2 |
Know about structure, bonding pattern, property of different atom, molecule, and ion. |
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C102.3 |
Understandthe different types of solids and their diffects. |
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C102.4 |
Apply the knowledge of EMF in case of different types of commercial battery. |
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C102.5 |
Illustrate about the different types of equllibriums and related concepts. |
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C102.6 |
Describe the free energy concepts in detail. |
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103 |
C103 |
Basics of Electronics |
C103.1 |
A basic knowledge of Semiconductor. |
C103.2 |
Understand the use of diodes as power supply rectifiers. |
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C103.3 |
Applythe basic operation of OP-AMP circuit. |
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C103.4 |
Analyse functional details and operation of transistors as switching circuits. |
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C103.5 |
Illustratethe main elements of a communication system, and the principles related to its operation. |
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C103.6 |
Summarize the principle and working of different logic gates and the related instruments. |
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104 |
C104 |
Thermodynamics |
C104.1 |
Know about the basic concept and 1^{st} law of Thermodynamics. |
C104.2 |
Learn about the second law of Thermodynamics and entropy |
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C104.3 |
Know about the properties of pure substance and steam power. |
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C104.4 |
Distinguish between the flow and non-flow processes. |
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C104.5 |
Distinguish between the ideal and real gasses. |
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C104.6 |
Learn about the gas mixture. |
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105 |
C105 |
Programming in C |
C105.1 |
Know about the different parts of computer and binary representation of numbers along with their operations. |
C105.2 |
Understand the structured programming processes and operating systems. |
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C105.3 |
Use and handle the C language fundamentals. |
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C105.4 |
Differentiate between different programmes like monolithic and modular etc. |
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C105.5 |
Apply the different C functions. |
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C105.6 |
Learn about the pointers and file handling |
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106 |
C106 |
English Communication Skill |
C106.1 |
Well versed with various elements and concepts related to communicative English. |
C106.2 |
Learn the good interview skills. |
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C106.3 |
Fine tuned their pronunciation and accent by adhering to the rules of phonetics, word stress intonation |
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C106.4 |
Effectively use the various rules of grammar for framing good English. |
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C106.5 |
Communicate fluently and accurately with the four skills: Speaking, Listening, Writing and Reading. |
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C106.6 |
Differentiate between verbal and non verbal communication |
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107 |
C107 |
Chemistry Lab |
C107.1 |
Know the procedure of preparation of some important drug like Aspirine |
C107.2 |
Understand the knowledge about the principle, reaction, uses of commercial battery. |
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C107.3 |
Estimate the amount of Fe2+, Ca2+, Total Hardness, Percentage of available Chlorine in a given sample. |
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C107.4 |
Illustrate the procedure of determination of Flash point, fire point, viscosity of lubricating oil and can determine the amount DO level in a sample of water. |
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C107.5 |
Determine the amount of individual alkali present in a mixture. |
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108 |
C108 |
Basics of Electronics Lab |
C108.1 |
Know all active and passive components such as diode, transistors of an electronic circuits |
C108.2 |
Understand the main elements of a communication system, and the principles related to its operation |
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C108.3 |
Handle all measuring instruments such as CRO, multi meter and use them for any practical necessities. |
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C108.4 |
Record and analyze the output of different developed circuits |
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C108.5 |
Design different circuits using OPAMP, Diode and Transistors. |
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109 |
C109 |
Programming in C lab |
C109.1 |
Write C codes on standard computing devices using conditional, branching and iterative constructs. |
C109.2 |
To understand modularization concept and write efficient and manageable code using functions |
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C109.3 |
To model real life multi dimensional problems by using multi dimensional structures of C. |
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C109.4 |
To manage various memory fragmentation problems by using dynamic memory concepts. |
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C109.5 |
To implement I/O concepts and file handling concepts for managing the data and storing it in non-volatile mediums. |
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110 |
C110 |
English Communication Skill Lab |
C110.1 |
Write correct English by avoiding common errors of grammar. |
C110.2 |
Listen to the English speeches with focus on segmental sounds, stress, weak forms and intonations. |
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C110.3 |
Speak English with correct pronunciation |
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C110.4 |
Use the standard dictionary to find the correct pronunciation of words and perform various phonemic transcriptions. |
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C110.5 |
Prepare scenario or topic based writings and would be able to present them as required essentially in carrying out project works. |
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111 |
C111 |
Engineering Workshop |
C121.1 |
Know about various tools and tackles used in workshop. |
C121.2 |
Understand practical in fitting job. |
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C121.3 |
Operate the lathe machine. |
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C121.4 |
Analyse the functions ofwelding machine. |
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C121.5 |
Describe shaper machine, milling machine, drilling machine etc. |
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112 |
C112 |
Mathematics-II |
C112.1 |
Know Laplace Transform to get the solution to differential equation, convolution and Integral equation. |
C112.2 |
Interpret the concepts of Fourier series, Fourier transform, Fourier Integral |
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C112.3 |
Solve beta function and error function to get solutions of complex real life problem. |
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C112.4 |
Compare the scalar and vector problems. |
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C112.5 |
Evaluate line integral and double integration problems |
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C112.6 |
Know the techniques of combinetheproblems usingGauss divergence and Stoke's theorem |
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113 |
C113 |
Physics |
C113.1 |
Know the concepts of quantum mechanics. |
C113.2 |
Understand the basic features of different oscillatory systems, waves and related properties. |
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C113.3 |
Apply vector calculus in electromagnetic waves. |
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C113.4 |
Differentiate between interference and diffraction. |
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C113.5 |
Analyse the application of quantum mechanics to various physical problems. |
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C113.6 |
Produce polarized light, to construct Nicol prism, quarter wave & half wave plate. |
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114 |
C114 |
Basic Electrical Engineering |
C114.1 |
Know about Direct current, voltage, power, sources and analysis of electrical networks |
C114.2 |
Understand electromagnetism and electronics measuring instruments. |
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C114.3 |
Apply AC fundamentals and DC transients in electrical circuits. |
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C114.4 |
Compare rotating electrical machines and stationery electrical machine as transformer. |
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C114.5 |
Describeabout power supply systems |
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C114.6 |
Relates the industrial applications of Electrical energy |
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115 |
C115 |
Mechanics |
C104.1 |
Understand the fundamentals of Mechanics & compute the equilibrium of rigid bodies. |
C104.2 |
Learn the concept of parallel forces, moment, Couple & effect of friction on equilibrium. |
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C104.3 |
Locate the Centroid & determine the area/mass moment of inertia of different shapes. |
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C104.4 |
Understand the concept ofvirtual work and determine the forces in members of trusses |
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C104.5 |
Learn kinematics, kinetics of particle and rigid body, related principles |
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C104.6 |
Solves the numerical on the projectile, D-Alembert’s principle and analyze impact of elastic bodies on collision. |
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116 |
C116 |
Data Structure Using C |
C116.1 |
Write C codes on standard computing devices using conditional, branching and iterative constructs. |
C116.2 |
To understand modularization concept and write efficient and manageable code using functions |
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C116.3 |
To model real life multi dimensional problems by using multi dimensional structures of C. |
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C116.4 |
To manage various memory fragmentation problems by using dynamic memory concepts. |
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C116.5 |
To implement I/O concepts and file handling concepts for managing the data and storing it in non-volatile mediums. |
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C116.6 |
Apply data structure and algorithm for a given contextual problem and develop in C. |
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117 |
C117 |
Business Communication |
C117.1 |
Understand of the essential elements of business communication |
C117.2 |
Learn the different reading skills |
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C117.3 |
Acquire appreciative level of soft skill |
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C117.4 |
Understand the cross cultural communications, avoidance of racial, gender and other form of bias communication. |
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C117.5 |
Adequate knowledgeof effective writing skills |
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C117.6 |
Represent the common forms of oral and written communication |
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118 |
C118 |
Physics Lab |
C118.1 |
Determine acceleration due to gravity by bar pendulum, modulus of rigidity of elastic wire, Youngs modulus of wire & surface tension of water. |
C118.2 |
Summarize the thermal conductivity of bad conductor, grating element of plane diffraction grating. |
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C118.3 |
Relate the wavelength of sodium light by Newton ring &Fresnels bi-prism method in a well maintained dark. |
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C118.4 |
Identify the characteristic curve of PN diode, Bipolar junction transistor & charge and discharge time of a condenser connected in RC circuit. |
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C118.5 |
Describe a project work on topics having different branches of physics. |
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119 |
C119 |
Basic Electrical Engineering Lab |
C119.1 |
How to measure the electrical consumption of various devices as well as for DC compound machines. |
C119.2 |
Distinguish operate and control the speed of DC shunt motor, Three phase induction motor. |
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C119.3 |
Show the characteristics and use of Incandescent lamps and fuses. |
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C119.4 |
Analyze the open circuit characteristics of DC shunt generators |
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C119.5 |
Evaluatecurrent, voltage and power in AC electric circuits |
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120 |
C120 |
Data Structure Using C Lab |
C120.1 |
Identify and implement asymptotic notations of an algorithm to analyze the consumption of resources (time/space). |
C120.2 |
Generalize knowledge of stack, queue and list ADT to manage the memory using static and dynamic allocations |
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C120.3 |
Apply binary search tree to design applications. |
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C120.4 |
Recognize, analyze, model, and implement code for real life problems like shortest path. |
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C120.5 |
Model and implement comparison-based search algorithms and sorting algorithms. |
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121 |
C121 |
Business Communication lab |
C121.1 |
Make good oral communication in work related situations. |
C121.2 |
Acquire good reading and writing skill. |
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C121.3 |
Gain appreciative level of soft skill, such that can establish their leadership quality, can make productive contribution in group discussion and brain storming sessions. |
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C121.4 |
Enable them professionally to sustain his/her career |
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C121.5 |
Equip themselves by learning the nuances of selection process to get into an employment |
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122 |
C122 |
Engineering Drawing Lab |
C111.1 |
Gather knowledge about the tools and tackles used for drawing. |
C111.2 |
Explain how to draw projection of points and lines. |
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C111.3 |
Showprojection of planes and solids. |
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C111.4 |
Construct the cut section and development of points. |
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C111.5 |
Describe isometric view and can able to draw in AUTO CAD. |
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123 |
C201 |
Mathematics-III |
C201.1 |
Students will be able to formulate and solve partial differential equations. |
C201.2 |
Students will be able to have thorough knowledge in Fourier series. |
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C201.3 |
Students will be able to familiar with applications of partial differential equations. |
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C201.4 |
Students will be able to gain good knowledge in the application of Fourier transform. |
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C201.5 |
Students will be able to learn about Z- transforms and its applications. |
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C201.6 |
Students will be able to equip themselves familiar with the functions of several variables. |
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124 |
C202 |
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR |
C202.1 |
Students will be able to analyze individual and group behaviour, and understand the implications of organizational behaviour on the process of management. |
C202.2 |
Students will be able to identify different motivational theories and evaluate motivational strategies used in a variety of organizational settings. |
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C202.3 |
Students will be able to evaluate the appropriateness of various leadership styles and conflict management strategies used in organizations. |
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C202.4 |
Students will be able to describe and assess the basic design elements of organizational structure and evaluate their impact on employees. |
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C202.5 |
Students will be able to explain how organizational change and culture affect working relationships within organizations. |
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C202.6 |
Students will be able to critically evaluate the potential effects of important developments in the |
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125 |
C203 |
C++ AND OOPS |
C203.1 |
Students will be able to describe the important concepts of object oriented programming like object and class, Encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism. |
C203.2 |
Students will be able towrite the skeleton of C++ program. |
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C203.3 |
Students will be able to write the simple C++ programs using the variables, operators, control structures, functions and I/O objects cin and cout. |
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C203.4 |
Students will be able to write the simple object oriented programs in C++ using objects and classes. |
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C203.5 |
Students will be able to use features of C++ like type conversion, inheritance, polymorphism, I/O streams and files to develop programs for real life problems. |
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C203.6 |
Students will be able to use advance features like temples and exception to make programs supporting reusability and sophistication. |
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126 |
C204 |
Mechanics of solids |
C204.1 |
Students will be able to determine the stresses and strains in the bars with varying sections, tapering sections, composite members etc. |
C204.2 |
Students will be able to determine the stresses on oblique sections when the direct stresses and shear stresses are given. |
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C204.3 |
Students will be able to sketch the shear force and bending moment diagrams for beams with different support conditions and different load conditions. |
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C204.4 |
Students will be able to analyse symmetrical sections subjected to bending stress. |
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C204.5 |
Students will be able to solve problems of columns and struts using different methods such as Euler’s theory, lateral buckling etc. |
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C204.6 |
Students will be able to analyse both solid and hollow shafts subjected to torsion. |
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127 |
C205 |
Building material & Building construction |
C205.1 |
Students will be able to identify various building materials and select suitable type of building material for given situation. |
C205.2 |
Students will be able to Understand the manufacturing process of bricks and cement |
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C205.3 |
Students will be able to know th suitable types of foundations and construction. |
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C205.4 |
Students will be able to aware of the brick masonry, stone masonry and cavity wall. |
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C205.5 |
Students will be able to select suitable type of flooring, plastering, DPC, stairs etc. |
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C205.6 |
Students will be able to aware of maintenance of building. |
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128 |
C206 |
Fluid mechanics & hydraulic machines |
C206.1 |
Students will be able to convert units of any parameter between three systems of units, understand the physical properties and characteristic behaviour of fluids, and the basic principles of fluid mechanics. |
C206.2 |
Students will be able to describe and interpret the behaviour and performance of fluid at rest. |
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C206.3 |
Students will be able to describe and interpret the behaviour and performance of fluid in motion. |
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C206.4 |
Students will be able to describe the behaviour and performance of fluid when the fluid is flowing through the pipe. |
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C206.5 |
Students will be able to apply similitude and modelling principles and techniques to solve problems in hydraulics |
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C206.6 |
Students will be able to calculate performance analysis in turbines and pumps and can be used in power plants. |
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129 |
C207 |
C++ and object oriented programming LAB |
C207.1 |
To explain the principles of the object oriented programming paradigm specifically including abstraction, encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism |
C207.2 |
To use an object oriented programming language, and associated class libraries, to develop object oriented programs |
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C207.3 |
To design, develop, test, and debug programs using object oriented principles in conjuncture with an integrated development environment |
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C207.4 |
To construct appropriate diagrams and textual descriptions to communicate the static structure and dynamic behavior of an object oriented solution |
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C207.5 |
To integrate robustness, reusability, and portability into large-scale software development |
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C207.6 |
To describe and explain the factors that contribute to a good object oriented solution, reflecting on your own experiences and drawing upon accepted good practices. |
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130 |
C208 |
Communication and interpersonal skills for corporate Readiness |
C208.1 |
Demonstrate critical and innovative thinking. |
C208.2 |
Display competence in oral, written, and visual communication. |
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C208.3 |
Apply communication theories. |
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C208.4 |
Show an understanding of opportunities in the field of communication. |
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C208.5 |
Use current technology related to the communication field. |
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C208.6 |
Respond effectively to cultural communication differences. |
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131 |
C209 |
Civil engg drawing lab |
C209.1 |
Students will be able to understand the plan, elevation and section view of building. |
C209.2 |
Students will be able to draw the plans, elevation and section for load bearing wall and framed structures. |
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C209.3 |
Students will be able to draw the detail of door and window. |
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C209.4 |
Students will be able to draw several types of footing, brick work staircases, masonry etc. |
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C209.5 |
Students will be able to draw the detailing of floor, wall joints and types steel roof truss |
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C209.6 |
Students will be able to know theproject on establishments. |
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132 |
C210 |
Mathematics-4 |
C210.1 |
Use numerical techniques to solve ordinary and simultaneous differential equation with initial conditions. |
C210.2 |
Construct analytic functions and apply this concept to solve fluid flow problems. |
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C210.3 |
Explain geometrical approach of conformal mapping and compute complex line integrals using Cauchy’s theorem. |
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C210.4 |
Compute the series solution of Bessel and Legendre differential equations also produce recurrence relations and solve problems associated with them. |
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C210.5 |
Apply the method of least square to produce the best fitting curve for a given data and solve problems associated with discrete probability distribution. |
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C210.6 |
Solve problems associated with continuous probability distribution, discrete joint distribution and Markov chain using transition probability matrix. |
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133 |
C211 |
Engg economics and costing |
C211.1 |
Understand the terminology used in engineering economicanalysis. |
C211.2 |
Understand time-value-of-money concepts such as net present worth analysis, equivalent uniform annual worth analysis, benefit/cost analysis, internal rate of return analysis, loans, leveraging, and fixed-income investment analysis. |
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C211.3 |
Understand the criteria for making economic-based decisions. |
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C211.4 |
Analyze before-tax and after-tax cash flows. |
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C211.5 |
Understand economic risk analysis techniques. |
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C211.6 |
Conduct minimum life cycle cost tradeoffs between initial and repair costs. |
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134 |
C212 |
Structural analysis-1 |
C212.1 |
Students will be able to understand the determinate and indeterminate structure. |
C212.2 |
Students will be able to analyse the indeterminate structure using different methods. |
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C212.3 |
Students will be able to understand the internal effects produced due to moving loads. |
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C212.4 |
Students will be able to analyze arches, cables and suspension bridges. |
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C212.5 |
Students will be able to understand the basic strength and energy theorems of structural mechanics and its applications. |
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C212.6 |
Students will be able to study deformations of bodies caused by externally applied forces |
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135 |
C213 |
Surveying -1 |
C213.1 |
Students will be able develop knowledge of the basic and conventional surveying instruments, principle behind them and working of the instruments. |
C213.2 |
Students will be able to develop knowledge regarding plotting of the area from the field measurements and determination of the are. |
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C213.3 |
Students will be able to become familiar with the theory behind curves. |
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C213.4 |
Students will be able to understand the range of calculations that can be made with surveying data and understand the linkages between surveying data and engineering design. |
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C213.5 |
Students will be able to estimate measurement errors and apply corrections |
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C213.6 |
Students will be able toInterpret survey data and compute areas and volumes |
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136 |
C214 |
Geotechnical engg |
C214.1 |
Students will be able to learn the common terminology used in the field of Geotechnical Engineering. |
C214.2 |
Students will be able to understand the interaction between water and soil. |
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C214.3 |
Students will be able to understand the compressibility and consolidation of soils. |
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C214.4 |
Students will be able to understand the behaviour of stresses and stress conditions in soils. |
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C214.5 |
Students will be able to understand the shear strength of soil. |
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C214.6 |
Students will be able tobecome familiar with deformation and settlement characteristics of soils, |
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137 |
C215 |
Database management systems |
C215.1 |
After completion of course, the student should hav acquainted with basic concepts and terms related to data base systems |
C215.2 |
Would b have gained adequate knowledge about database system architecture schemas, Data Independence, Object oriented data model etc., |
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C215.3 |
Student would have gained adequate understanding about storage strategies. |
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C215.4 |
Would have understood relation algebra and gained ability to apply various query languages such as SQL for extracting desired data from the data base. |
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C215.5 |
Would be able to perform normalization on forms and also able to optimizing the query processing |
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C215.6 |
Would have gained understanding about transaction processing and concurrency control mechanisms. |
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138 |
C216 |
Material testing lab |
C216.1 |
Students will be able to learn about properties of civil engineering materials. |
C216.2 |
Students will be able to Evaluate the strength and properties of brick. |
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C216.3 |
Students will be able to evaluate the physical properties of cement such as Fineness, Soundness, Specific gravity, consistency,initial and final setting times cement. |
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C216.4 |
Students will be able toevaluate the strength and fineness ofcoarse and fine aggregate samples. |
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C216.5 |
Students will be able to determine the strength of mortar |
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C216.6 |
Students will be able to Evaluate the strength and strain of cast iron. |
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139 |
C217 |
Hydraulics lab |
C217.1 |
Students will be able to apply dimensional analysis for design of experimental procedures |
C217.2 |
Students will be able to calibrate flow measuring devices used in pipes, channels and tanks |
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C217.3 |
Students will be able to determine fluid and flow properties |
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C217.4 |
Students will be able to caracterize laminar and turbulent flows |
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C217.5 |
Students will be able to get practical knowledge in calibration of Venturimeter, Orifice meter, water meter and notches |
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C217.6 |
Students will be able to determining performance characteristics of turbines and pumps |
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140 |
C218 |
Survey field work -1 |
C218.1 |
Students will be able to develop knowledge of the basic and conventional surveying instruments, principle behind them and working of the instruments. |
C218.2 |
Students will be able to become familiar with linear and angular measurements. |
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C218.3 |
Students will be able to Gain the ability to use survey equipment to measure heights and distances. |
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C218.4 |
Students will be able to gain a practical knowledge in different aspects of Theodolite Surveying. |
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C218.5 |
Students will be able to different aspects of Tachometry. |
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C218.6 |
Students will be able to setting out of curves and setting out of building plans |
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142 |
C301 |
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING AND SAFETY |
C301.1 |
Students will be able to get idea on various resources. |
C301.2 |
Students will be able to understand the concept of ecosystem. |
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C301.3 |
Students will be able to study about various environmental pollution and nuclear hazards. |
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C301.4 |
Students will be able to understand the social issues of environment and study about various environmental acts. |
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C301.5 |
Students will be able to understand the concept of population growth and explosion. |
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C301.6 |
Students will be able to know the role of information technology in environment and human health. |
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143 |
C302 |
AMOS |
C302.1 |
Students will be able to understand the fundamental concepts of mechanics of materials. |
C302.2 |
Students will be able to understand the stresses and strains of two dimensional and three dimensional problems. |
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C302.3 |
Students will be able to acquire knowledge on torsion of prismatic bars. |
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C302.4 |
Students will be able to get knowledge on curved flexural members. |
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C302.5 |
Students will be able to get knowledge on thick cylinder. |
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C302.6 |
Students will be able to understand the experimental stress analysis. |
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144 |
C303 |
Transportation Engg-1 |
C303.1 |
Students will be able to carry out surveys involved in planning and highway alignment |
C303.2 |
Students will be able to design cross sectional elements, sight distance, horizontal and vertical alignment |
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C303.3 |
Students will be able to implement traffic studies, traffic regulations and control, and intersection design |
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C303.4 |
Students will be able to determine the characteristics of pavement materials |
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C303.5 |
Students will be able to design flexible and rigid pavements as per IRC. |
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C303.6 |
Students will be able to get idea on mass transit system. |
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145 |
C304 |
DESIGN OF CONCRETE STRUCTURES |
C304.1 |
Students will be able to understand the general mechanical behaviour of reinforced concrete. |
C304.2 |
Students will be able to analyze and design reinforced concrete flexural members. |
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C304.3 |
Student will be able to analyze and design reinforced concrete compression members. |
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C304.4 |
Students will be able to analyze and design simple connections of reinforced concrete members |
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C304.5 |
Students will be able to identify and apply the applicable industry design codes relevant to the design of reinforced concrete members. |
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C304.6 |
Students will be able to analyze transfer and development length of concrete reinforcement |
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146 |
C305 |
Survey-2 |
C305.1 |
Students will be able to learn about surveying applications in setting out of curves, buildings, culverts and tunnels. |
C305.2 |
Students will be able to understand the basics and elements of different types of curves on roads and their preliminary study of survey |
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C305.3 |
Students will be able to get idea on different geodetic methods of survey such as triangulation, trigonometric leveling |
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C305.4 |
Students will be able to learn about errors in measurements and their adjustments in a traverse |
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C305.5 |
Students will be able to understand the application of modern advanced surveying techniques involved such as Total station and Photogrammetric etc |
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C305.6 |
Students will be able to learn about concept of field astronomy and GPS |
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147 |
C306 |
COMPUTER ORGANIZATION |
C306.1 |
Understand how to implement memory chips, boards, modules and caches |
C306.2 |
Understand the basics of hardwired and micro-programmed control of the CPU. |
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C306.3 |
Learn about various I/O devices and the I/O interface |
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C306.4 |
Estimate the performance of various classes of machines, memories, pipelined architectures etc. |
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C306.5 |
Design an instruction encoding scheme for an ISA. |
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C306.6 |
Build large memories using small memories for better performance. |
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148 |
C307 |
CONCRETE AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY |
C307.1 |
Students will be able to determine workability of a concrete |
C307.2 |
Students will be able to calculate axial stresses and longitudinal strain of concrete cube. |
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C307.3 |
Students will be able to compute tensile strength. |
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C307.4 |
Students will be able to find out modulus of rupture of concrete. |
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C307.5 |
Students will be able to design concrete mix. |
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C307.6 |
Students will be able to trace the failure of RC beam. |
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149 |
C308 |
GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY |
C308.1 |
Students will be able to implement laboratory methods for determining the physical properties of soil |
C308.2 |
Students will be able to determine the index properties of soil |
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C308.3 |
Students will be able to measure the dry density, relative density of disturbed and undisturbed soil samples. |
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C308.4 |
Students will be able to evaluate the shear strength parameters of soil |
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C308.5 |
Students will be able to determine the permeability and consolidation properties of soil. |
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C308.6 |
Students will be able to evaluate the CBR for soil |
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150 |
C309 |
DESIGN AND DETAILING OF CONCRETE STRUCTURE LABORATORY |
C309.1 |
Students will be able to calculate various parameters in design of beams. |
C309.2 |
Students will be able to analyze compression members. |
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C309.3 |
Students will be able to design slab of a load bearing residential building. |
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C309.4 |
Students will be able to design footings. |
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C309.5 |
Students will be able to design stair case of a residential building. |
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151 |
C310 |
PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT |
C310.1 |
Describe the concept of operations management and productivity.Differentiate betweenmanufacturing vs service operation. |
C310.2 |
Designof products and processes. |
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C310.3 |
Differentiatebetween work study and method study. Calculate Standard Time. |
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C310.4 |
Understand different methods of Forecasting,Solve and Analyse problems using different forecasting Techniques. Evaluate and rank location and layout. |
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C310.5 |
Develop aggregate capacityplan and Production Schedule.Understand different Dispatching Rules. Able to Balance Assembly Lines. |
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C310.6 |
Calculate EOQ. |
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152 |
C311 |
OPTIMIZATION IN ENGINEERING |
C311.1 |
Understanding the main concepts of optimization and the benefits in using optimization in engineering design. |
C311.2 |
Familiarization with different optimization methods and the way they can be used to solve various problems in the field of engineering |
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C311.3 |
Able to convertengineering minima/maxima problems into optimization framework. |
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C311.4 |
Learn to solve transportation problems and assignment problems |
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C311.5 |
Learn numerical methods to find optimum point and value of a function . |
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C311.6 |
Understand the essential features and scope of optimization techniques |
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153 |
C312 |
STRUCTRAL ANALYSIS - II |
C312.1 |
Students will be able to analyze beams and portal frames using plastic theory |
C312.2 |
Students will be able to implement upper bound and lower bound theorems in analysis of structures. |
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C312.3 |
Students will be able to analyze continuous beams using displacement methods |
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C312.4 |
Students will be able to analyze redundant plane truss and frames using displacement methods. |
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C312.5 |
Students will be able to anlayse two hinged and fixed arches for different loading condition |
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C312.6 |
Students will be able to utilize matrix methods for simple trusses and frames. |
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154 |
C313 |
IRRIGATION ENGINEERING |
C313.1 |
Students will be able to estimate consumptive use of water and water requirements for irrigation purpose. |
C313.2 |
Students will be able to design canal using various methods. |
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C313.3 |
Students will be able to analyze reclaimation of water logged and saline soil. |
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C313.4 |
Students will be able to prepare irrigation scheduling and water distribution for various crops. |
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C313.5 |
Students will be able to design different cross drainage and diversion head works. |
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C313.6 |
Students will be able to analyze and design of various typesdam and spillways. |
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155 |
C314 |
DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURE |
C314.1 |
Students will be able to familiarized with the fundamental aspects and structural behavior of steel structures. |
C314.2 |
Students will be able to acquire knowledge about various types of connections such as riveted, welded, bolted and pinned. |
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C314.3 |
Students will be able to assess tension members. |
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C314.4 |
Students will be able to describe compression members and evaluate lacing, battening, column bases, and foundation bolts. |
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C314.5 |
Students will be able to understand the design of beams subjected to buckling, crippling and shear. |
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C314.6 |
Students will be able to compute various elements of plate girder. |
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156 |
C315 |
TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING - II |
C315.1 |
Understand the various concepts in railway design and components of railway track |
C315.2 |
Analyse the construction process, maintenance and operation of railway track |
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C315.3 |
Evaluate the design of airport, cost estimation and geometric design of airport |
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C315.4 |
Understand the various components of airports, planning concepts and air traffic controls |
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C315.5 |
Understand the various terms in harbor engineering and its classification. |
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C315.6 |
selection of type of cross drainage works- Canal design Concep |
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157 |
C316 |
DESIGN AND DETAILING OF STEEL STRUCTURE LABORATORY |
C316.1 |
Students will be able to design and detail steel roof trusses and industrial buildings. |
C316.2 |
Students will be able to design column and column base. |
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C316.3 |
Students will be able to design plate girder. |
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C316.4 |
Students will be able to calculate the details of steel connection. |
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C316.5 |
Students will be able to evaluate frame connection. |
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158 |
C317 |
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY |
C317.1 |
Students will be able to Perform common environmental experiments relating to water and wastewater quality. |
C317.2 |
Students will be able to calculate various oxygen demand for waste water. |
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C317.3 |
Students will be able to analyse the permissible limit of air pollutants. |
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C317.4 |
Students will be able to measure the noise pollution. |
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C317.5 |
Students will be able to perform the microbilogical analysis of water. |
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159 |
C318 |
TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING LABORATORY- I |
C318.1 |
Students will be able to perform various physical tests for categorizingaggregates. |
C318.2 |
Students will be able to evaluate physical properties of bitumen as per the specified standards. |
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C318.3 |
Students will be able to determine the strength of soil subgrade by CBR method. |
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C318.4 |
Students will be able to design Bituminous mix by Marshall test. |
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C318.5 |
Students will be design GSB and WMM course. |
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Students will be able to get acquainted with advanced equipment for characterization of pavement materials. |