Course Outcomes

Sl.No

Course code

course

Course Outcomes

101

BS1101

Mathematics-I

CO1: Apply first-order differential equation, linear differential equation and Bernoulli’s equation to find solution for electrical circuits.

CO2: Apply 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.

CO3:Apply series solutions of differential equations , power series method, Lagenders polynomials and Bessel’s function to solve complex engineering problems.

CO4: Apply matrices, vectors, Eigen values and eigen vectors and complex matrices to develop and solve different mathematical models.

102

BS1102

Physics – I

CO 1: Students would have understood the basic features of different oscillatory systems, waves, superposition of waves, Huygens principle.

CO2: Students would be able to define interference, their types, interference due to thin films, bending property of light, Zone plate behaved like convex lens, grating, diffraction spectra & finding wavelength of light.

CO 3: Would be able to produce polarized light, to construct Nicol prism, quarter wave & half wave plate.

CO 4: Students would have understood about vector calculus, electro-magnetism, Maxwells electromagnetic equation, transverse nature of of em waves, poynting theorem.

CO 5: Students would be able to understand: why is the sky blue, light is a transverse wave, the colorful appearance of soap bubble, em waves cannot propagate in the ionized medium, dual property of matter & lastly difference between classical physics & quantum physics etc.

103

BE2101

Basic Electronics

CO1: Would have gained basic knowledge of Semiconductor.

CO2:Would have Understood the use of diodes as power supply rectifiers.

CO3:Would have Understood the basic operation of OP-AMP circuit.

CO4: Would have Understood the functional details and operation of transistors as switching circuits.

CO5:Would have Understood the main elements of a communication system, and the principles related to its operation.

104

BE2103

Thermodynamics

CO 1. Student will be to demonstrate the idea about thermodynamic behavior of matter, thermodynamic systems & its types, properties, processes, cycles & thermodynamic equilibrium.

CO 2. Student would have understood zeroth law of thermodynamics, temperature measurements & different types of thermometers.

CO 3. Student will have sound idea about work transfer, heat transfer & about first law of thermodynamics application to closed system.

CO 4. Student will have sound idea about application of 1st law to control volumes or upon flow processes.

CO 5. Student will have adequate idea about second law of thermodynamics, entropy & its principles.

CO 6. Students will be able know about steam, its types, different property diagrams of steam & use of steam table.

105

HM3101

English Communication Skills

CO1: Students would be well versed with various elements and concepts related to communicative English.

CO 2: Students would be able to communicate fluently and accurately with the four skills: Speaking, Listening, Writing and Reading.

CO 3:Students would have fine tuned their pronunciation and accent by adhering to the rules of phonetics, word stress intonation

CO 4: Students would be able to effectively use the various rules of grammar for framing good English.

106

BE2105

Programming in ‘C’

CO 1: At the end of the course, student should gain the ability to analyze a real life mathematical or string related problems and build a logical sequence of instructions and program it correctly into a standard computing device.

CO 2: Should able to write code adhering to standard coding practices and make them aligned with the industrial expectations by using modularization concepts by using functions and documentation standard

CO 3: Would be able to model multi dimensional problems into multi dimensional structures and reduce them into the efficient coding.

CO 4: Would be able to overcome memory fragmentation problems and understand memory management related issues while preparing a program for any real life problems by using dynamic memory management techniques.

CO 5: Would have gained adequate understanding of I/O operations and File handling concepts in C language and should be able to effectively build file and data bases for permanent storage of data.

107

BE7101

Engineering Drawing

CO 1: Student would be able to sketch & understand different Engg. drawings.

CO 2: Student would be able to provide dimension of different parameters of an Engg. drawing.

CO 3:Student would be able to draw orthographic projection of different objects.

CO 4:Student would be able to draw the interior portion of objects.

CO 5:Student would be able to develop the different surfaces of solids.

108

BE7103

Physics Laboratory

CO 1: Students can find the value of acceleration due to gravity by bar pendulum, modulus of rigidity of elastic wire, Youngs modulus of wire & surface tension of water.

CO 2: They can determine the thermal conductivity of bad conductor, grating element of plane diffraction grating.

CO 3: Students would able to determine the wavelength of sodium light by Newton ring & Fresnels bi-prism method in a well maintained dark.

CO 4: Students can plot the characteristic curve of PN diode, Bipolar junction transistor & charge and discharge time of a condenser connected in RC circuit.

CO 5: Students can do a project work on topics having different branches of physics.

109

BE7105

Basic Electronics Laboratory

CO 1: Would be able to identify all active and passive components such as diode, transistors of an electronic circuits

CO 2: Would be able to handle all measuring instruments such as CRO, multi meter and use them for any practical necessities.

CO 3: Would be able to design different circuits using OPAMP, Diode and Transistors.

CO 4: Would be able to record and analyze the output of different developed circuits.

110

BE7107

‘C’ Programming Laboratory

CO 1: Would be able to analyze and write C codes on standard computing devices using conditional, branching and iterative constructs.

CO 2: Would be able to implement modularization concept and write efficient and manageable code using functions

CO 3: Would be able to model real life multi dimensional problems by using multi dimensional structures of C.

CO 4: Would be able to manage various memory fragmentation problems by using dynamic memory concepts.

CO 5: Would be able to implement I/O concepts and file handling concepts for managing the data and storing it in non-volatile mediums.

111

HM7101

Communicative English Lab

CO 1: Students would be able to use the standard dictionary to find the correct pronunciation of words and perform various phonemic transcriptions.

CO 2: Can be able to listen to the English speeches with focus on segmental sounds, stress, weak forms and intonations.

CO 3: Can be able to speak English with correct pronunciation

CO 4: Would be able to write correct English by avoiding common errors of grammar.

CO 5: Students would be able to prepare scenario or topic based writings and would be able to present them as required essentially in carrying out project works.

112

BS1104

Mathematics-II

CO1: Identify engineering problems where they can apply Laplace Transform to get the solution to differential equation, convolution and Integral equation.

CO2: Apply the concept of Fourier series, Fourier transform, Fourier Integral, beta function and error function to solve complex real life problem.

CO3: Identify the problems where they can use Vector differential calculus and vector integral calculus.

113

BS1103

Chemistry-I

CO 1: Students will have a basic idea about chemical reactions, its feasibility, rate, Effect of catalyst on reaction rate.

CO 2: Engineering students can know about structure, bonding pattern, property of different atom, molecule, and ion.

CO 3: Students can gain the knowledge about the principle, reaction, uses of commercial battery.

114

BE2102

Basic Electrical Engineering

CO 1: After the Completion of course, the student would have gained good understanding of various Ideal and Practical sources of Electric Energy and conversion details.

CO 2: Would have gained good understanding of DC Network , Magnetic Circuits, categories and their mechanisms.

CO 3: Would have gained understanding of Magnetic Circuits and D.C. Machines.

CO 4: Would have gained good understanding of Single and three phase AC circuits, their underlying principles and mechanisms.

CO 5: Would have gained good understanding of principles and mechanisms of single phase and three phase Induction motors

CO 6: Would have gained good understanding of Various electrical measuring machines and their working principles.

115

BE2104

Mechanics

CO 1: After the course student would have understood composition and resolution of forces.

CO 2: Understood the method of projection, methods of moment and friction etc.,

CO 3: Would be able to estimate centroid and derive moment of inertia for composite areas

CO 4: Understood momentum, impulse, work and energy - impact

CO 5: Understood the principles of kinematics and dynamics.

CO 6: Understood principles of curvilinear translation and kinetics of rotation of rigid body

116

HM3102

Business Communication

CO 1: Students would have the adequate understanding of the essential elements of business communication such as cross cultural communications, avoidance of racial, gender and other form of bias communication.

CO 2: Would have gained adequate reading and writing skills

CO 3: Would have acquired appreciative level of soft skill

117

BE2106

Data Structure using ‘C’

CO1: Identify and implement asymptotic notations of an algorithm to analyze the consumption of computing resources .

CO2: Explain and implement stack, queue and list to manage the memory using static and dynamic allocations.

CO3: Apply binary search tree to design applications.

CO4: Recognize, analyze, model and implement code for real life problems like shortest path and MST using graph theory.

CO5: Identify and develop comparison-based search algorithms and sorting algorithms.

CO6:Apply data structure and algorithm for a given contextual problem and develop in C.

118

BE7102

Workshop Practice

CO 1: Workshop Practice Course is designed to train the students in metal joining process like fitting & welding.

CO 2: It will impart skill with emphasis on cultivating safety first aspects in handling of tools and equipments.

CO 3: On completion of this course, the students will be able to perform welding, Fitting & various operations on Lathe Machine.

119

BE7104

Chemistry Laboratory

CO 1: Students can estimate the amount of Fe2+, Ca2+, Total Hardness, Percentage of available Chlorine in a given sample.

CO 2: Students can know the procedure of preparation of some important drug like Aspirine.

CO 3: Students can determine the amount of individual alkali present in a mixture.

CO 4: Engineering students can know 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.

120

BE7106

Basic Electrical Engg. Lab

CO 1: Would be able to measure the electrical consumption of various devices as well as for DC compound machines.

CO 2: Would be able to operate and control the speed of DC shunt motor, Three phase induction motor.

CO 3: Would have understood the characteristics and use of Incandescent lamps and fuses.

CO 4: Would be able to determine the open circuit characteristics of DC shunt generators

CO 5: Would be able to calculate current, voltage and power in AC electric circuits

CO 6: Would be able to calculate no load losses of a single phase transmitter.

121

HM7102

Business Communicative Lab

CO 1: Would be able to make good oral communication in social and work related situations.

CO 2: Would have acquired good reading and writing skill.

CO 3: Would have gained appreciative level of soft skill, such that can establish their leadership quality, can make productive contribution in group discussion and brain storming sessions.

122

BE7108

Data Structure using ‘C’ Lab

CO1: Identify and implement asymptotic notations of an algorithm to analyze the consumption of resources (time/space).

CO2:Apply knowledge of stack, queue and list ADT to manage the memory using static and dynamic allocations

CO3: Apply binary search tree to design applications.

CO4: Recognize, analyze, model, and implement code for real life problems like shortest path.

CO5:Model and implement comparison-based search algorithms and sorting algorithms.

CO6:Apply appropriate data structure and algorithm for a given contextual problem and develop programs using graph theory.

123

BSCM1205

Mathematics – III

CO1: Can apply knowledge of 1st and 2nd order partial differential equations to solve engineering and real life problems.

CO2: Can apply knowledge of linear and non-linear partial differential equations to solve complex problems.

CO3: Can identify and analyze complex problems using complex analysis like Laplace equation, complex integration etc.

CO4: Can apply knowledge of power series, Taylors series, residue integration method to solve complex problems.

124

HSSM3204

Engineering Economics & Costing

CO 1: Would have gained good understanding of general concepts of micro and macro economics including theory of demand, Law of demand, elasticity of demand etc.

CO 2: Would be able to work out or calculate various accountancy and costing related calculations such as: simple and compound interest, cash flow and funds flow diagrams etc.

CO 3: Would be able to evaluate engineering projects in terms of their present and future worth, Internal Rate of return etc.

CO 4: Would be able to understand and prepare cost sheets

CO 5: Would have gained fair idea about banking structures and various financial systems

125

BSMS1213

Material Science & Engineering

CO 1: Engineers either manufacture new materials or modify the existing materials. They will have the basic knowledge about materials like Superconductor materials, Magnetic materials, Optical materials, Polymeric materials, Ceramics, Composites, SMART materials, Nano phase materials, by studying material science.

CO2: Can classify engineering materials, can know about engineering properties of materials, selection of materials, Mechanical properties of materials and their testing procedure.

126

BEES2211

Network Theory

CO 1: Students would have understood the basic theorems and elements of electrical network

CO 2: Students would be able to explain steady state and transient behavior of Electrical circuits

CO 3: Students would be able to explain the property of two ports network,coupled circuit and resonance

CO 4: Students would be able to solveLaplace transform, Fourier series and can apply to get response of circuits.

CO 5: students would be able to synthesize different network.

CO 6: students would be able to explain different types of filters used in electrical network.

127

PCEE4204

Electrical & Electronic Measurement

CO1: To know the working principle, construction & application of all the electrical measuring instruments

CO2: To compare the error between theoretical & practical value

CO3: To able different electronic instruments for measuring basic parameters.

128

PCEC4201

Analog Electronics Circuit

CO1: Students will be able to identify and understand fundamentals of BJT,FET, MOSFET.

CO2: Students will be able to Analyze different types of amplifier and their design.

CO3: Students will be able to analyze various power amplifiers

CO4: Students will be able to identify and understand the hardware components of a personal computer

129

BEES7211

Network & Devices Laboratory

CO1: To verify different network theorems.

CO2: To determine different circuit parameters.

CO3: To study about the frequency response of different filter circuits.

130

PCEC7201

Analog Electronics Circuit Laboratory

CO1: Students will able to design amplifier of desired gain using BJT and FET.

CO2: Students will able to design various oscillatory circuits to generate at desired frequency of oscillation.

CO3: Students will able to design amplifier having desired bandwidth.

CO4: Students will able to design adder, differentiator and integrator circuit using opamp.

131

PCEE7204

Electrical & Electronic Measurement Laboratory

CO1: Students will able tomeasure resistance, inductance and capacitance ofKelvin’s Double Bridge.

CO2: student will able to determination of Sensitivity and Galvanometer Constants of a Galvanometer

CO3: Able to understand the operation of spectrum analyser.

132

PCEC4205

Electromagnetic Field & Waves

CO1: Have an understanding of Maxwell’s equations and be able to manipulate and apply them to problems.

CO2 Formulate and analyze problems involving lossy media with planar boundaries using uniform plane waves.

CO3 Able to derive and apply the steady state transmission line equations to the design of simple distributed circuit components.

CO4 Analyze and design basic microwave circuits using microwave network parameters.

CO5 For simple antennas derive fundamental antenna parameters starting from Maxwell’s equations and be able to use these in the design of rudimentary wireless communications systems.

133

HSSM3205

Organisational Behaviour

CO 1: After completion of course, the student would have gained good understanding about various aspects of individual behavior such as Learning, perceptions, Motivations etc.,

CO 2: Would be able appreciate the role of Communication, Effective team building principles, Leadership development mechanisms for achieving the goal at individual as well organizational level.

CO 3: Would have gained good understanding of nature of conflicts and various mechanisms for conflict resolution.

CO 4: Would have understood the importance of organizational culture and effectiveness thereof.

CO 5: Would have understood working principles of Human Resource Management and various functions

CO 6: Would have gain understanding of International organizational Behavior, International Business trends, Individual and Interpersonal Behavior in Global Perspective.

134

BSCP1207

Physics of Semiconductor Devices

CO 1: Students would have learnt about the atomic structure ,energy levels, formation of energy bands, classification of solids, crystal structure of Silicon and etc.

CO 2: Students would have got idea about intrinsic & extrinsic semiconductor, quantum state, doping concentration, Fermi energy, no. of charge carriers present in conduction band & valence band.

CO 3: Would be able to define mobility, drift current, diffusion current, Einstein relation, building block of pn diode, Calculation of field & potential in depletion layer.

CO 4: It has helped to define transistor, modes of operation of BJT, Ebers moll equations.

CO 5: Students have understood about contact of metal with semiconductor, MOS capacitor, MOS transistor, and CMOS technology & also how to get high speed electronic equipments.

135

BEEC

Energy Conversion Devices

CO1: Able to know the working principle & characteristics of D.C. machines.

136

CO2: Able to know the working principle & characteristics of A.C. machines.

137

2214

CO3: Able to know the different tests of different types of machines.

138

BECS 2212

C++ & Object Oriented Programming

CO 1:Student should be able to realize the object oriented view of the real world problems,

CO 2:Student should be able to understand characteristics of object oriented paradigms such as Abstraction, Encapsulation etc.,

CO3: Ability to apply the Knowledge about Inheritance, Polymorphism, File Handling and Template.

CO 3:Student should be able to seamlessly use the concept of constructor and destructor.

CO 4: Student should be able to implement polymorphism and inheritance for solving various generic problems,

CO 5: Would be able to apply dynamic memory management techniques for creating, copying and destroying objects.

CO 6: Would be able to apply Standard Template Library, Namespaces etc., while designing a object oriented program.

139

PCEC

Digital Electronics Circuit

CO1: Able to differentiate between combinational and sequential circuit operation.

CO2: Design a counter having a specified count sequence using state diagrams and state table

CO3: Able to write HDL for all digital circuits.

CO4: Able to draw layout of various digital circuit.

CO5: Construct digital circuits, use standard laboratory instrumentation to verify the operation of the circuits, and use PC-based electronic circuit simulation software.

140

BEEC7214

Energy Conversion Devices Laboratory

CO1: Able to determination of critical resistance and critical speed from no load test of a DC shunt generator

CO2: Able tocontrol the Speed of DC shunt motor by armature control and flux control method

CO3:. Able to determination of Efficiency by Open Circuit and Short Circuit test on single phase transformer

141

PCEC7202

Digital Electronics Circuit lab.

CO1: Students will be able to verify the truth table of basic gates, universal gates and exclusive gates.

CO2: Students will able to implement various Boolean Expression using universal gates.

CO3: Students will be able to design and test various combinational and sequential circuit operations like latch and flip-flop.

CO4: Students will be able to write HDL code for various combinational and sequential circuit

142

BECS7212

C++ & Object Oriented Programming Laboratory

CO 1: Would be able to Implement class and object concept for solving a problem.

CO2:Would be able to implement Inheritance and it’s various types for solving a problem using object oriented paradigm.

CO3 : Would be able to implement Static and Dynamic polymorphism such as: function overloading and virtual functions.

CO4: Would be able to use dynamic memory management techniques for creation, copy and destruction of objects.

CO5: Apply namespaces, exceptions, and preprocessor instructions to develop code.

CO 6: Would be able to apply the concept of exceptionhandling and template functions.

143

HSSM7203

Communication & Interpersonal skills for Corporate Readiness Laboratory

CO1: Make students prepared to confidently face the challenges in the corporate or the business world.

CO2: Help students pass through a smooth transition from a student to an early career professional in the corporate world.

CO3: To make them acclimatized with the duties and responsibilities of a professional entering into an initial employment, prove their mettle for sustainability and improve upon their etiquettes and conduct after getting the employment.

CO4: Apply the techniques of preparing CV, writing Job Application, Interviews, Techniques of GD, Memos, Welcoming New Entrants, expressing competent and equipped for day to day transactions.

CO5: Apply ideas in writing and speaking to produce messages suitably tailored for the topic, objectives, audience, communication medium and context.

144

HSSM3303

Environmental Engineering & Safety

CO1: To develop the basic concept about Ecological concept, Environmental law, Water treatment, Noise pollution and its control.

CO2: To have an idea about Waste water treatment, Air pollution and its control, solid waste management, Hazardous waste management.

CO3: To develop the basic knowledge about Occupational safety and Health acts, Safety procedure, Types of Accidents, Safety management, personal protective equipments.

145

PCEC4303

Control System Engineering

CO 1: Able to differentiate open loop and closed loop control system and representation of different mechanical and electrical system into block diagram.

CO 2: Able to analyze 1st and 2nd order system in time domain using different technique like root locus, RH criteria etc.

CO 3:Able to analyze 1st and 2nd order system in frequency domain using different technique like Bode Plot, Polar Plot, Nyquist Plot etc.

146

PCEC4301

Microprocessors

CO1: Students should be able to identify the basic element and functions of microprocessor

CO2: Students should be able to describe the architecture of microprocessor and its peripheral devices

CO3:Students should be able to demonstrate fundamental understanding on the operation between the microprocessor and its interfacing devices.

CO4: Students should be able to apply the programming techniques in developing the assembly language program for microprocessor application.

147

PCEC4302

Analog Communication Techniques

CO1:Apply Fourier analysis to communication signals derive the energy or power spectral density of signals.

CO2: Sketch the spectrum of amplitude modulated signals, given the baseband spectrum.

CO3:Explain the difference between narrow-band and wide-band angle modulation.

CO4: Determine the number of levels in a quantize given signal-to-noise ratio and maximum input voltage describe the different types of line codes.

148

PEEC4301

PEEC4301 Advanced Electronic Circuits

CO1: Able to design various active filter with desired cut-off frequency.

CO2: Able to generate various square wave with appropriate duty cycle.

CO3: Able to design PLL,with desired lock frequency.

149

FEEC6301

Data Base Management Systems (DBMS)

CO 1: Analyze the basic concepts and architecture associated with DBMS

CO 2 : Apply normalization steps in database design and removal of data anomalies

CO 3 : Describe the characteristics of database transactions and how they affect database integrity and consistency.

CO 4 : Create, maintain and manipulate a relational database using SQL.

CO 5: Employ the conceptual and relational models to design large database Systems.

150

PCEC7303

Control & Instrumentation Lab.

CO1:To observe the time response of a second order process with P, PI and PID control and apply PID control to servomotor

CO2: To study the characteristics of a relay and analyse the relay control system

CO3: To plot the displacement-voltage characteristics of the given LVDT

151

PCEC7301

Microprocessor Lab.

CO1: Students should be able to apply the programming techniques in developing the assembly language program for microprocessor application.

CO2:Students should be able to interface microprocessor with various peripheral devices

CO3:Students should be able to develop microprocessor based system.

152

PCEC7302

Analog Communication Lab

CO1: Design Analog communication systems to meet desired needs.

CO2: Convert analog signals to digital while satisfying certain specs.

CO3: Evaluate fundamental communication system parameters, such as bandwidth, power, signal to quantization noise ratio, and data rate.

CO4: Understand practical implementation issues such as aliasing and inter-symbol- interference (ISI).

CO5 :Comprehend operations of digital transmission systems.

153

HSSM3301

Principles of Management

CO 1: After completion of the course student would be able to realize sufficient requirement of managerial skills while accomplishing engineering jobs within any work environment.

CO 2: Would have gained good understanding of various components of management such as: planning, organizing, directing, staffing and controlling.

CO 3: Would have understood the role of marketing management in understanding the influence of customers preference in designing an successful product.

CO 4: Would be able to apply the knowledge of finance management for appraising a project and in taking crucial decisions.

CO 5: Would be able to appreciate the role of Human resource management in finding a suitable staff for a given job, forming a right team for successful accomplishment of Job, means to appraise the performance of each staff, training and Grievance Handling etc.,

154

PCEC4304

Digital Signal Processing

CO1: Represent discrete-time signals analytically and visualize them in the time domain.

CO2: Understand the meaning and implications of the properties of systems and signals.

CO3: Understand the Transform domain and its significance and problems related to computational complexity.

155

PCEC4305

Digital Communication Techniques

CO1 Ability to mathematically model digital communication techniques; components, and degrading factors in communication systems

CO2 Ability to analyze and evaluate the performance of basic communication techniques, and to design communication system components to satisfy given requirements

CO3 Ability to design and implement basic modulator and demodulator circuits, simulate modulation and demodulation techniques, and their performance in noise

156

PEEC5304

Antennas and Wave Propagation

CO1: student will able to find how an antenna radiates and capture radio wave energy from the concepts of radiation by dynamic currents and charges, and retarded potentials

CO2: Distinguish the properties and parameters of antenna such as radiation pattern, radiation impedance, directivity, antenna gain, effective area

CO3: Apply the Friss transmission expression and reciprocity principle effectively to predict the receive power in a system consisting of transmit and receive antenna

CO4: Design an antenna system, including the shape of the antenna, feed property, the requirement on the arrangement of the radiating elements in an array, given the radiation parameters such as radiation pattern, gain, operating frequency, transmit/receive power

157

PEEC5301

Information Theory and Coding

CO1: apply the basics of information theory to calculate channel capacity and other measures

CO2: design specific data compression techniques and calculate the compression achieved

CO3: apply and control specific coding methods and be able to calculate the rate and error probabilities achieved

CO4: understand the basic concepts and complexity of cryptographic security methods and their practical applications.

158

PCCS4304

Operating System

CO 1: Would have gained In-depth understanding of architecture and various
functional modules of operating system such as: Process Management,
Memory Management, I/O Management and File Management etc.

CO 2: Enable the student to interpret the concept of Operating system while
development of any software system, so as to build robust and scalable systems.

CO 3: Apply knowledge of the functional modules of operating system in
solving problems.

159

PCEC7304

Digital Signal Processing Lab.

CO1Program a DSP chip to filter signals using either assembly language or a C compiler for the chip. This filter could be a FIR or IIR filter. The student should understand how design algorithms for implementation.

CO2Understand how digital to analog (D/A) and analog to digital (A/D) converters

operate on a signal and be able to model these operations mathematically.

CO3Use Z transforms and discrete time Fourier transforms to analyze a digital system

160

PCEC7306

Communication Engineering Lab.

CO1 Students will be familiar with the techniques involved in the transfer of information in the field of Radio communication

CO2 Students will be able to detect and correct the errors that occur due to noise during transmission

CO3Students will be able to understand the concepts of Facsimile, Television, Cellular and Satellite Communication.

161

PCEC7305

Digital Communication Lab.

CO1:Able to identify blocks of a basic digital communication system (simulation, modeling, test, and measurement of sub-system and system performance)

CO2 :Use of modern test and measurement tools and their relation with software-defined-radio (SDR)

CO3 Various system measurement techniques, methods, and tools

CO4 Simulation and performance evaluation of various digital modulations with several pulse shaping techniques

CO5 Theory and practical usage of Time-Frequency (TF) analysis. Using TF analysis to understand and evaluate the communication system behavior

162

HSSM3401

Entrepreneurship Development

CO1:Building up entrepreneurial abilities

CO2:Sustain accelerated economic growth by developing entrepreneurial spirit.

CO3:Making students aware of various industries and financial institutions working towards encouraging innovation.

CO4:Creating awareness and inspirations

CO5:Informing about various schemes.

CO6:Guidance for patents.

163

PCEC4401

VLSI Design

CO1: An ability to extract the analog parasitic elements from the layout and analyze the circuit.

CO2: An ability to build a cell library to be used by other chip designers.

CO3: An ability to analyze VLSI circuit timing using Logical Effort analysis.

CO4: An ability to estimate and compute the power consumption of a VLSI chip.

164

PEEC5404

Digital Switching & Telecom Networks

CO1: Students should be able to calculate , No. of links in a network, Probability of blocking, Gain

CO2: Able to design various models in telephone transmission and different switching system models.

CO3: student should able to know Multiplexing techniques and Different switching systems.

165

PEEI5401

Microcontroller & Applications

CO1: Describe the microcontroller’s architecture and peripheral subsystem of PIC16F877A.

CO2: Modify internal registers and interrupt functions to perform input/output tasks.

CO3: Assemble a program efficiently in C programming language for the microcontroller.

CO4: Design and develop a microcontroller-based system with peripheral devices interface.

CO5: Work effectively in given tasks and assignment as individual or in group

166

FECE6402

Principles of Mobile Computing

CO 1: Would have gained adequate understanding GSM,CDMA architecture and basis of networking signaling

CO 2: Will have gained adequate understanding of mobile internet standards and protocols,

CO 3: Would be able to describe the features of 3G service architecture and WCDMA

CO 4: Would be able to describe about the Global mobile systems, blue tooth technology and associated protocols

167

PCEC7401

VLSI Design Laboratory

CO1: Student will able to design digital systems.

CO2: Student will able to synthesis and simulate various digital circuits along with FPGA implementation.

CO3: Student will able to Draw the layout of various digital circuits along with parasitic extraction.

168

PCEC7402

Minor Project

CO1: Identification of real world problems

CO2: Awareness of design methodologies & its implementation

CO3: Advanced programming techniques

CO4: Technical report writing.

169

PCEC7403

Seminar

CO1: To explore new research from a range of academic disciplines which sheds light on the questions outlined above.

CO2: The overall aim of the seminar series is to help develop an emerging field at the intersection of multi-disciplinary understandings of culture and education.

CO3: It will build on the existing body of work on education and culture, but its aim is explore and develop new perspectives in this area.

170

PCEC4402

Microwave Engineering

CO1: Gain knowledge and understanding of microwave analysis methods.

CO2: Have knowledge of how transmission and waveguide structures and how they are used as elements inimpedance matching and filter circuits

CO3: Have knowledge of basic communication link design; signal power budget, noise evaluation and link carrier to noise ratio.

CO4; Know how to model and determine the performance characteristics of a microwave circuit or system using computer aided design methods.

171

PEEC5406

Satellite Communication Systems

CO1: Identify the fundamentals of orbital mechanics,the characteristics of common orbits used by communications and other satellites, and be able to discuss launch methods and technologies.

CO2: Understand the systems required by a communicationssatellite to function and the trade-offs andlimitations encountered in the design of a communications satellite system.

CO3: Understand the radio propagation channel for Earth station to satellite and satellite to satellite communications links, and the basics of designing

antenna systems to accommodate the needs of a particular satellite system.

CO4: Be able to calculate an accurate link budget for a satellite or other wireless communications link

172

PECS5407

Wireless Sensor Networks

CO1: Analyze the technology trends for next generation wireless Sensor networks with various multiple access techniques

CO2: Exemplify and implement how the IEEE 802.1X standards can be used to build an authentication

CO3: Understands the advancements in Sensor assess its performance in communication

CO4: Implement an algorithm to connect nearby Blue tooth devices and predict their activity required for transmission of data.

173

PCCS7402

Microwave Engineering Laboratory

CO1 Gain knowledge and understanding of microwave analysis methods.

CO2 Be able to apply analysis methods to determine circuit properties of passive/active microwave devices.

CO3 Know how to model and determine the performance characteristics of a microwave circuit or system

CO4 Have knowledge of basic communication link design; signal power budget, noise evaluation and link carrier to noise ratio.

CO5: Have knowledge of how transmission and waveguide structures and how they are used as elements in impedance matching and filter circuits.

174

PCEC7404

Project (50% External Evaluation)

CO1: Identification of real world problems

CO2: Awareness of design methodologies & its implementation

CO3: Advanced programming techniques

CO4: Technical report writing

175

PCEC7405

Comprehensive Viva-Voce (External Evaluation)

CO1:To get information about students overall fundamental knowledge.

CO2: To get information about the students expertise of different core subjects.

CO3: To get information about the communication skills.

CO4: To get information about there command in technical skills