Course Outcomes

List of Course Outcomes

Course Outcome (COs) Deion

UTA 001

Engineering Graphics

CO1: To inculcate the imagination and mental visualization capabilities for interpreting the geometrical details of common engineering objects.

CO2: To impart knowledge about principles/methods related to projections of one, two and three dimensional objects.

CO3: To inculcate the ability to translate geometric and topological information of common engineering object (two/three dimensional) into engineering drawing using standard graphical techniques.

CO4: To introduce universally accepted conventions and symbols for their usage in technical drawings.

CO5: To expose students to computer aided drafting tools.

UMA001

Mathematics – I

CO1:Apply the knowledge of calculus to plot graphs of functions and solve the problem of maxima and minima.

CO2:Determine the convergence/divergence of infinite series, approximation of functions using power and Taylor’s series expansion and error estimation.

CO3:Evaluate multiple integrals and their applications to engineering problems.

CO4:Examine functions of several variables, define and compute partial derivatives, directional derivatives and their use in finding maxima and minima.

CO5:Analyze some mathematical problems encountered in engineering applications.

UEN001

Environmental Studies

CO1:Correlate major local and regional environmental issues with changes in ecology and human health

CO2:Monitor and document the development and dynamics of ecosystems in experimental or natural microcosms

CO3:Define and document local resource consumption patterns and conservation strategies

CO4:Define opportunities available for energy conservation and for use of renewable energy resources in local and regional entities.

UTA003

Computer Programming

CO1:To understand the basics of computer system hardware, software, number system (binary, decimal, octal and hexadecimal), Conversion from one to other number system, number representation (signed and unsigned integer and floating point representation).

CO2: To learn how to compile and execute a ‘C’ program on different OS environments including Turbo C, Borland C, gc, gcc, MSVC. File and directory related command.

CO3: To learn the implementation of simple ‘C’ program, data types and operators and Console I/O function (printf(), scanf(), getchar() and putchar().

CO4: To learn the Implementation of decision statement (if , switch , break, continue and goto and looping statements (for, while and do-loop).

CO5: To understand the declaration, initialization and accessing of single and multi-dimensional arrays and string handling, searching and sorting.

CO6: To learn how to declare and initialize pointers, Pointer arithmetic, relation between pointer and array, string handling using pointers, pointer and function and Command line arguments.

UES001

Electrical and Electronics Science

CO1: To understand the basics supply system.

CO2: Study the basic circuit laws, simplifications of electrical circuits using Network theorems.

CO3:Phasor concept approach in ac circuits. Resonance concept in ac system.

CO4: Analysis of 3-phase balanced circuit.

CO5: Analysis of magnetic circuits

CO6: To understand step response of R-L and R-C circuit.

CO7: Study the transformer basic principle, construction, phasor diagram, equivalent circuit. Test on Transformer.

CO8: Study the working principle of 3-phase and 1-phase induction motor..

CO9: Study the working principle of DC machine.

CO10: To study the basic rules of electrical safety and standards, Conservation efforts and Auditing.

CO11: Study the basic characteristics of Electronic devises and their applications.

UHU001

Business & Technical Communication

CO1: Increased understanding of the meaning of communication as removed from layman’s understanding and its importance in all spheres of life.

CO2: An increased appreciation of the differences in different modes of communication and selection of proper channel of communication.

CO3: Better understanding of the importance of spoken communication and how to become a good speaker in group as well as individually; improving interpersonal communication.Increased attention span as a listener.

CO4: Students learnt the latest trends in business letter writing, resume ad report writing.

CO5: Learnt the unique characteristics of organizational communication and the various directional networks. The role of grapevine was also understood as well as its management.

CO6: Appreciation and analysis of the role of literature in our lives through discussion of prescribed novel and short stories. The values were also reinforced.

UTA 002

Manufacturing Processes

CO1:Analyze various machining processes and calculate relevant quantities such as velocities, forces, powers etc.

CO2:Suggest appropriate process parameters and tool materials for a range of different operations and workpiece materials

CO3:Understand the basic mechanics of the chip formation process and how these are related to surface finish and process parameters

CO4:Recognize cutting tool wear and identify possible causes and solutions

CO5:Develop simple CNC code, and use it to produce components while working in groups.

CO6:Perform calculations of the more common bulk and sheet forming, casting and welding processes and given a particular component.

CO7:Select the most appropriate manufacturing process to achieve product quality through the efficient use of materials, energy and process

 

UES 002

Solid Mechanics

 

CO1: Concept of stress and strain and strains of axially loaded members, stress-strain diagram, mechanical properties and thermal stresses.

 

CO2: To expose the students to the shear stress, twisting moment and design of solid and hollow shafts based on strength and stiffness.

 

CO3: To introduce shear force and bending moment diagrams, different beams with different loading conditions and relationship between loads, shear force and bending moment.

 

CO4: To study flexural formula for straight beams, bending stress for beams, flitched beams, shear stress formula for beams and shear stress distribution in beams.

 

CO5: To introduce crippling load of an axially loaded column under different end conditions, Euler’s and Rankine’s formula.

 

CO6: To study the governing differential equation for deflection of straight beams having constant flexural rigidity, double integration and Macaulay’s methods for slopes and deflection, slopes and deflections by moment area method and conjugate beams method.

CO7: To introduce transformation equations for plane stress and plane strain, Mohr’s stress circle, relation between elastic constants, strain measurements and strain rosettes.

CO8: To study theories of elastic failure, graphical comparison of theories of failure.

UPH001

APPLIED PHYSICS

 

CO1:Understand damped and simple harmonic motion, the role of reverberation in designing a hall and generation and detection of ultrasonic waves.

CO2:Use Maxwell’s equations to describe propagation of EM waves in a medium.

CO3:Demonstrate interference, diffraction and polarization of light.

CO4:Explain the working principle of Lasers.

CO5:Use the concept of wave function to find probability of a particle confined in a box.

UCB001

Applied Chemistry

CO1:Determine ionic mobility, conductivity of electrolytes and application of electrodes.

CO2:Interpret phase diagram of one and two component systems.

CO3:Determine water and fuel quality parameters.

CO4:Analyse tacticity and determine the molecular weight of polymers.

CO5:Analyse atomic/conjugated systems/ functional groups using atomic/UV-Vis/IR spectroscopic techniques.

CO6:Carry out chemical analyses through volumetric and instrumental techniques.

UMA 002

Mathematics II

 

CO1:Solve the differential equations of first and 2nd order and basic application problems described by these equations.

CO2:Find the Laplace transformations and inverse Laplace transformations for various functions. Using the concept of Laplace transform students will be able to solve the initial value and boundary value problems.

CO3:Find the Fourier series expansions of periodic functions and subsequently will be able to solve heat and wave equations.

CO4:Solve systems of linear equations by using elementary row operations.

CO5:Identify the vector spaces/subspaces and to compute their bases/orthonormal bases. Further, students will be able to express linear transformation in terms of matrix and find the eigen values and eigen vectors.

UES 008

Engg. Thermodynamics

CO1: Understand the basic principles and laws of thermodynamics.

CO2: Formulate and solve engineering problems involving closed and open systems for steady state and transient processes.

CO3: Analyze the performance of various power cycles.

UHU031

Organizational Behaviour

CO1:Understand the basics of Organizational Behavior as an interdisciplinary Course.

CO2:Understand the different levels of analysis: Individual, Group, Organization.

CO3:Understand the effect of personality, Learning, Attitudes of an individual in an Organization.

CO4:Understand the role of Motivation and Leadership in an organization and how an individual as a leader can motivate his/her employees and utilize Group dynamics in Organization.

CO5:Understand the concept of Power and Politics, and Conflict management and its relevance.

CO6:Understand how organization functions as whole, Organizational Culture, Organizational Design, and Organizational Change.

UCB005

Organic Chemistry

 

CO1: To introduce chemical engineers with industrially important organic molecules and their methods of preparation.

CO2: To teach the concepts of stereochemistry and biomolecules and impart the knowledge of their significance to chemical engineers.

CO3: To teach theory and principles of chromatographic techniques and their use to determine the purity of compounds.

CO4: To impart training in using organic spectroscopic techniques like NMR, UV-Vis and Mass to determine the structure of organic molecules.

CO5: To engage them in bench training through practical labs related to above concepts.

UMA031

Optimization Techniques

CO1:Formulate mathematical model of some real life optimization problems and understand the geometry of linear programming problems.

CO2: