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## Course Outcomes

18CS32 | DATA STRUCTURES AND APPLICATIONS | * Use different types of data structures operations and algorithms * Apply searching and sorting operations on files * Use stack Queue Lists Trees and Graphs in problem solving * Implement all data structures in a highlevel language for problem solving. |

18CS33 | ANALOG AND DIGITAL ELECTRONICS | * Design and analyze application of analog circuits using photo devices timer IC power supply and regulator IC and opamp. * Explain the basic principles of AD and DA conversion circuits and develop the same. * Simplify digital circuits using Karnaugh Map and QuineMcClusky Methods * Explain Gates and flip flops and make us in designing different data processing circuits registers and counters and compare the types. * Develop simple HDL programs |

18CS34 | COMPUTER ORGANIZATION | * Explain the basic organization of a computer system.Demonstrate functioning of different sub systems such as processor Inputoutputand memory. Illustrate hardwired control and micro programmed control pipelining embedded and other computing systems. * Design and analyse simple arithmetic and logical units. |

18CS35 | SOFTWARE ENGINEERING | * Design a software system component or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints. * Assess professional and ethical responsibility * Function on multidisciplinary teams * Use the techniques skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice * Analyze design implement verify validate implement apply and maintain software systems or parts of software systems |

18CS36 | DISCRETE MATHEMATICAL STRUCTURES | * Use propositional and predicate logic in knowledge representation and truth verification.* Demonstrate the application of discrete structures in different fields of computer science. * Solve problems using recurrence relations and generating functions. * Application of different mathematical proofs techniques in proving theorems in the courses. * Compare graphs trees and their applications. |

18CS42 | Design and Analysis of Algorithms | * Describe computational solution to well known problems like searching, sorting etc. * Estimate the computational complexity of different algorithms. * Devise an algorithm using appropriate design strategies for problem solving. |

18CS43 | Operating Systems | * Demonstrate need for OS and different types of OS * Apply suitable techniques for management of different resources * Use processor, memory, storage and file system commands * Realize the different concepts of OS in platform of usage through case studies |

18CS44 | Microcontroller and Embedded Systems | ? Describe the architectural features and instructions of ARM microcontroller ? Apply the knowledge gained for Programming ARM for different applications. ? Interface external devices and I/O with ARM microcontroller. ? Interpret the basic hardware components and their selection method based on the characteristics and attributes of an embedded system. ? Develop the hardware /software co design and firmware design approaches. * Demonstrate the need of real time operating system for embedded system applications |

18CS45 | Object Oriented Concepts | * Explain the object oriented concepts and JAVA. * Develop computer programs to solve real world problems in Java. * Develop simple GUI interfaces for a computer program to interact with users, and to understand the event based GUI handling principles using swings. |

18CS46 | Data Communication | * Explain the various components of data communication. * Explain the fundamentals of digital communication and switching. * Compare and contrast data link layer protocols. * Summarize IEEE 802.xx standards |

18CS51 | Management, Entrepreneurship for IT idustry | * Define management, organization, entrepreneur, planning, staffing, ERP and outline their importance in entrepreneurship * Utilize the resources available effectively through ERP * Make use of IPRs and institutional support in entrepreneurship |

18CS52 | Computer Networks and Security | * Explain principles of application layer protocols * Recognize transport layer services and infer UDP and TCP protocols * Classify routers, IP and Routing Algorithms in network layer * Understand the Wireless and Mobile Networks covering IEEE 802.11 Standard * Describe Multimedia Networking and Network Management |

18CS53 | Database Management System | * Identify, analyze and define database objects, enforce integrity constraints on a database using RDBMS. * Use Structured Query Language (SQL) for database manipulation. * Design and build simple database systems * Develop application to interact with databases. |

18CS54 | Automata theory and Computability | * Acquire fundamental understanding of the core concepts in automata theory and Theory of Computation * Learn how to translate between different models of Computation (e.g., Deterministic and Non deterministic and Software models). * Design Grammars and Automata (recognizers) for different language classes and become knowledgeable about restricted models of Computation (Regular, Context Free) and their relative powers. * Develop skills in formal reasoning and reduction of a problem to a formal model, with an emphasis on semantic precision and conciseness. * Classify a problem with respect to different models of Computation. |

18CS55 | Application Development using Python | * Demonstrate proficiency in handling of loops and creation of functions. * Identify the methods to create and manipulate lists, tuples and dictionaries. * Discover the commonly used operations involving regular expressions and file system. * Interpret the concepts of Object Oriented Programming as used in Python. * Determine the need for scraping websites and working with CSV, JSON and other file formats. |

18CS56 | Unix Programming | rse Outcomes: The student will be able to : * Explain Unix Architecture, File system and use of Basic Commands * Illustrate Shell Programming and to write Shell Scripts * Categorize, compare and make use of Unix System Calls * Build an application/service over a Unix system. |

18CS61 | System Software and Compilers | * Explain system software * Design and develop lexical analyzers, parsers and code generators * Utilize lex and yacc tools for implementing different concepts of system software |

18CS62 | Computer Graphics and Visualization | * The question paper will have ten questions. * Each full Question consisting of 20 marks * There will be 2 full questions (with a maximum of four sub questions) from each module. * Each full question will have sub questions covering all the topics under a module. * The students will have to answer 5 full questions, selecting one full question from each module. |

18CS63 | Web Technology and its applications | * Adapt HTML and CSS syntax and semantics to build web pages. * Construct and visually format tables and forms using HTML and CSS * Develop Client Side Scripts using JavaScript and Server Side Scripts using PHP to generate and display the contents dynamically. * Appraise the principles of object oriented development using PHP * Inspect JavaScript frameworks like jQuery and Backbone which facilitates developer to focus on core features. |

18CS642 | Object Oriented Modelling and Design | * Describe the concepts of object oriented and basic class modelling. * Draw class diagrams, sequence diagrams and interaction diagrams to solve problems. * Choose and apply a befitting design pattern for the given problem. |

18CS651 | MOBILE APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT | * Create, test and debug Android application by setting up Android development environment * Implement adaptive, responsive user interfaces that work across a wide range of devices. * Infer long running tasks and background work in Android applications * Demonstrate methods in storing, sharing and retrieving data in Android applications * Analyze performance of android applications and understand the role of permissions and security * Describe the steps involved in publishing Android application to share with the world |

18CS653 | PROGRAMMING IN JAVA | * Explain the object oriented concepts and JAVA. * Develop computer programs to solve real world problems in Java. Develop simple GUI interfaces for a computer program to interact with users |

18CS71 | Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning | * Appaise the theory of Artificial intelligence and Machine Learning. * Illustrate the working of AI and ML Algorithms. * Demonstrate the applications of AI and ML. |

18CS72 | Big Data Analytics | * Understand fundamentals of Big Data analytics. * Investigate Hadoop framework and Hadoop Distributed File system. * Illustrate the concepts of NoSQL using MongoDB and Cassandra for Big Data. * Demonstrate the MapReduce programming model to process the big data along with Hadoop tools. * Use Machine Learning algorithms for real world big data. * Analyze web contents and Social Networks to provide analytics with relevant visualization tools |

18CS734 | USER INTERFACE DESIGN | * Design the User Interface, design, menu creation, windows creation and connection between menus and windows |

18CS742 | NETWORK MANAGEMENT | * Analyze the issues and challenges pertaining to management of emerging network technologies such as wired/wireless networks and high speed internets. * Apply network management standards to manage practical networks * Formulate possible approaches for managing OSI network model. * Use on SNMP for managing the network * Use RMON for monitoring the behavior of the network * Identify the various components of network and formulate the scheme for the managing them |

18CS744 | CRYPTOGRAPHY, NETWORK SECURITY AND CYBER LAW | * Define cryptography and its principles * Explain Cryptography algorithms * Illustrate Public and Private key cryptography * Explain Key management, distribution and ceritification * Explain authentication protocols * Tell about IPSec |

18CS752 | PYTHON APPLICATION PROGRAMMING | * Examine Python syntax and semantics and be fluent in the use of Python flow control and functions. * Demonstrate proficiency in handling Strings and File Systems. * Create, run and manipulate Python Programs using core data structures like Lists, Dictionaries and use Regular Expressions. * Interpret the concepts of Object Oriented Programming as used in Python. * Implement exemplary applications related to Network Programming, Web Services and Databases in Python. |

18CS753 | INTRODUCTION TO ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE | * Identify the AI based problems * Apply techniques to solve the AI problems * Define learning and explain various learning techniques * Discuss on expert systems |

18CS81 | Internet of Things | * Interpret the impact and challenges posed by IoT networks leading to new architectural models. * Compare and contrast the deployment of smart objects and the technologies to connect them to network. * Appraise the role of IoT protocols for efficient network communication. * Elaborate the need for Data Analytics and Security in IoT. * Illustrate different sensor technologies for sensing real world entities and identify the applications of IoT in Industry. |

18CS822 | Storage Area Networks | * Identify key challenges in managing information and analyze different storage networking technologies and virtualization * Explain components and the implementation of NAS * Describe CAS architecture and types of archives and forms of virtualization * Illustrate the storage infrastructure and management activities |

18EC32 | NETWORK THEORY | Course Outcomes: At the end of the course, the students will be abletoDetermine currents and voltages using source transformation/ source shifting/ mesh/ nodal analysis and reduce given network using star-delta transformation/source transformation/ source shifting.Solve network problems by applying Superposition/ Reciprocity/ Thevenin‘s/ Norton‘s/ Maximum Power Transfer/ Millman‘s Network Theorems and electrical laws to reduce circuit complexities and to arrive at feasible solutions.Calculate current and voltages for the given circuit under transient conditions.4Apply Laplace transform to solve the given network.Solve the given network using specified two port network parameter like Z or Y or T or h.Understand the concept of re |

18EC33 | ELECTRONIC DEVICES | Course outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to:Understand the principles of semiconductor PhysicsUnderstand the principles and characteristics of different types of semiconductor devicesUnderstand the fabrication process of semiconductor devicesUtilize the mathematical models of semiconductor junctions and MOS transistors for circuits and systems |

18EC34 | DIGITAL SYSTEM DESIGN | Design the sequential circuits using SR, JK, D, T flip-flops and MealyDesign the combinational logic circuits.Explain the concept of combinational and sequential logic circuits.Course Outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to: & Design applications of CombinationalMoore machines & Sequential Circuits |

18EC35 | COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND ARCHITECTURE | Illustrate simple processor organization based on hardwired control and micro programmed control.Illustrate the organization of different types of semiconductor and other secondary storage memories.Explain different ways of accessing an input / output device including interrupts.Explain the basic organization of a computer system.Course Outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to: |

18EC36 | POWER ELECTRONICS AND INSTRUMENTATION | Use Instrumentation amplifier for measuring physical parameters.Describe the principle of operation of Digital instruments and PLCs.Develop circuits for multirange Ammeters, Voltmeters and Bridges to measure passive component values and frequency.Define instrument errors.Analyze and design controlled rectifier, DC to DC converters, DC to AC inverters and SMPS.Build and test circuits using power electronic devices.Course Outcomes: At the end of the course students should be able to: |

18ECL37 | ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND INSTRUMENTATION LABORATORY | Use of circuit simulation software for the implementation and characterization of electronic circuits and devices.Design and test simple electronic circuits.Understand the characteristics of various electronic devices and measurement of parameters.ourse Outcomes: On the completion of this laboratory course, the students will be able to: |

18ECL38 | DIGITAL SYSTEM DESIGN LABORATORY | Simulate Serial adder and Binary MultiplierConstruct flips-flops, counters and shift registers.Design various combinational circuits such as adders, subtractors,comparators, multiplexers and demultiplexers.Demonstrate the truth table of various expressions and combinational circuits using logicgates.Course Outcomes: On the completion of this laboratory course, the students will be able to: |

18EC42 | ANALOG CIRCUITS | Design of Linear IC based circuitsUnderstand the functioning of linear ICs.Design sinusoidal and non-sinusoidal oscillators.Design and analyze BJT and FET amplifier circuits.Understand the characteristics of BJTs and FETs.Course Outcomes:At the end of this course students will demonstrate the ability to |

18EC43 | CONTROL SYSTEMS | Determine the s stability of a system in the frequency domain u sing Nyquist and bode plotsDeter mine the stability of a system in the time domain using Routh-Hurwitz criterion and Root-locus technique.Determine the time domain specification s for first an d second order systems.Develop transfer function for a given control system using block diagram reduction techniques and signal flow graph method.Develop the mathematical model of mechanical and electrical systems.Course Outcomes: At the end of the course, the students will be able to |

18EC44 | ENGINEERING STATISTICS and LINEAR ALGEBRA | Demonstrate by way of simulation or emulatioAnalyze and model typical signal sets in terms of a basis function set of Amplitude, phase and frequency.Analyze and model the Random events in typical communication events to extract quantitative statistical parameters.Identify and associate Random Variables and Random Processes in Communication events.Course Outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to:n the ease of analysis employing basis functions, statisticalrepresentation and Eigen values. |

18EC45 | SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS | Represent continuous and discrete systems in time and frequency domain using different transforms Test whether the system is stable.Determine the linearity, causality, time-invariance and stability properties of continuous and discrete time systems.Analyze the different types of signals and systems.Course Outcomes: At the end of the course, students will be able to: |

18EC46 | MICROCONTROLLER | Explain the difference between MicroprocessorsCourse outcomes: At the end of the course, students will be able to: & Write 8051 Assembly language program to generate timings and waveforms using 8051 timers, to sendExplain the Interrupt system, operation of Timers/Counters and Serial port of 8051.Write 8051 Assembly level programs using 8051 instruction set.Microcontrollers, Architecture of 8051 Microcontroller, Interfacing of 8051 to external memory and Instruction set of 8051. & Write 8051 Assembly language programs to generate square wave on 8051 I/O port pin using interrupt and C Programme to sendreceive serial data using 8051 serial port and to generate an external interrupt using a switch.33 & Interface simple switches, simple LEDs, ADC 0804, LCD and Stepper Motor to 8051 using 8051 I/O portsreceive serial data using 8051 serial port. |

18ECL47 | MICROCONTROLLER LABORATORY | Interface the serial devices to 8051 and do the serial transfer using C programming.Interface different input and output devices to 8051 and control them using Assembly language programs.Write Assembly language programs in 8051 for solving simple problems that manipulate input data using different instructions of 8051.Course Outcomes: On the completion of this laboratory course, the students will be able to: |

18ECL48 | ANALOG CIRCUITS LABORATORY | Simulate and analyze analog circuits that usesICs for different electronic applicationsDesign analog circuits using OPAMPs for different applicationsDesign analog circuits using BJT/FETs and evaluate their performance characteristics.Course Outcomes: On the completion of this laboratory course, the students will be able to: |

18EC52 | DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING | Understand the DSP processor architecture.Design and realize FIR and IIR digital filtersComputation of DFT using FFT algorithms and linear filtering approach.Compute DFT of real and complex discrete time signals.Determine response of LTI systems using time domain and DFT techniques.Course Outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to: |

18EC53 | PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS | Design/Demonstrate the use of digital formatting in Multiplexers, Vocoders and Video transmissionMultiplex digitally formatted signals at Transmitter and demultiplex the signals and reconstruct digitally formatted signals at the receiver.Analyze and compute performance of digital formatting processes with quantization noise.Analyze and compute performance of AM and FM modulation in the presence of noise at the receiver.Course Outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to: |

18EC54 | INFORMATION THEORY and CODING | Explain concept of DependentCourse Outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to: & Determine a codeword comprising of the check bits computed using Linear Block codes, cyclic codesModel the continuous and discrete communication channelsusing input, output and joint probabilitiesRepresent the information using Shannon Encoding, Shannon Fano, Prefix and Huffman Encoding AlgorithmsIndependent Source, measure of information, Entropy, Rate of Information and Order of a source & Design the encoding and decoding circuits for Linear Block codes, cyclic codes, convolutional codes, BCH and Golay codeconvolutional codes46 |

18EC55 | ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES | Apply Maxwell s equations for time varying fields, EM waves in free space and conductors and Evaluate power associated with EM waves using Poynting theoremCalculate magnetic force, potential energy and Magnetization with respect to magnetic materials and voltage induced in electric circuits.Determine potential and energy with respect to point charge and capacitance using Laplace equation and Apply Biot-Savart s and Ampere s laws for evaluating Magnetic field for different current configurationsApply Gauss law to evaluate Electric fields due to different charge distributions and Volume Charge distribution by using Divergence Theorem.Evaluate problems on electrostatic force, electric field due to point, linear, volume charges by applying conventional methods and charge in a volume.ourse Outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to: |

18EC56 | Verilog HDL | Interpret the various constructs in logic synthesisPerform timing and delay SimulationWrite the programs more effectively using Verilog tasks, functions and directives.Identify the suitable Abstraction level for a particular digital design.Design and verify the functionality of digital circuit/system using test benches.Write Verilog programs in gate, dataflow (RTL), behavioral and switch modeling levels of Abstraction.Course Outcomes: At the end of this course, students should be able to |

18ECL57 | DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSINGLABORATORY | Realize the digital filters using a simulation tool and analyze the response of the filter for an audio signal.Implementation of discrete computations using DSP processor and verify the results.Modeling of discrete time signals and systems and verification of its properties and results.Understand the concepts of analog to digital conversion of signals and frequency domain sampling of signals.Course Outcomes: On the completion of this laboratory course, the students will be able to: |

18ECL58 | HDL LABORATORY | Interface the hardware to the programmable chips and obtain the required outpuSynthesize Combinational and Sequential circuits on programmable ICs and test the hardware.Describe sequential circuits like flip flops and counters in Behavioral description and obtain simulation waveforms.Write the Verilog/VHDL programs to simulate Combinational circuits in Dataflow, Behavioral and Gate level Abstractions.Course Outcomes: At the end of this course, students should be able to: |

18EC61 | DIGITAL COMMUNICATION | Demonstrate that bandpass signals subjected to corruption and distortion in a bandlimited channel can be processed at the receiver to meet specified performance criteria.Test and validate symbol processing and performance parameters at the receiver under ideal and corrupted bandlimited channels.Analyze and compute performance parameters and transfer rates for low pass and bandpass symbol under ideal and corrupted non band limited channels.59Associate and apply the concepts of Bandpass sampling to well specified signals and channels.Course Outcomes: At the end of the course, the students will be able to: |

18EC62 | EMBEDDED SYSTEMS | Explain the need of real time operating system for embedded system applicationsDevelop the hardware software co-design and firmware design approaches.Understand the basic hardware components and their selection method based on the characteristics and attributes of an embedded system.Apply the knowledge gained for Programming ARM Cortex M3 for different applications.Describe the architectural features and instructions of 32 bit microcontroller ARM Cortex M3.Course Outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to: |

18EC63 | MICROWAVE and ANTENNAS | Recommend various antenna configurations according to the applicationAnalyze various antenna parameters necessary for building a RF systemIdentify microwave devices for several applicationsAnalyze various parameters related to microwave transmission lines and waveguidesDescribe the use and advantages of microwave transmissionCourse outcomes: At the end of the course students will be able to: |

18EC641 | OPERATING SYSTEM | Describe message passing, deadlock detection and prevention methodsApply suitable techniques for contiguous and non-contiguous memory allocation.Explain organization of file systems and IOCS.Apply scheduling techniques to find performance factors.Explain the goals, structure, operation and types of operating systems.Course Outcomes: At the end of the course, the students will be able to: |

18EC642 | ARITIFICAL NEURAL NETWORKS | Apply neural networks to particular application, and to know what steps to take to improve performance.Evaluate whether neural networks are appropriate to a particular application.Understand the concepts and techniques of neural networks through the study of the most important neural network models.Understand the role of neural networks in engineering, artificial intelligence, and cognitive modelling.Course Outcomes: At the end of the course, students should be able to: |

18EC643 | DATA STRUCTURE USING C++ | Analyze the operations of Linear Data structures: Stack, Queue and Linked List and their applicationDesign appropriate data structures for solving computing problemsUnderstand non Linear data structures trees and their applicationsAcquire knowledge of Dynamic memory allocation, Various types of data structures, operations and algorithms and Sparse matrices and HashingCourse Outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to: |

18EC644 | DIGITAL SYSTEM DESIGN USING VERILOG | Synthesize different types of I/O controllers that are used in embedded systemDesign embedded systems using small microcontrollers, larger CPUs/DSPs, or hard or soft processor cores.Design a semiconductor memory for specific chip design.Describe how arithmetic operations can be performed for each kind of code, and also combinational circuits that implement arithmetic operations.Construct the combinational circuits, using discrete gates and programmable logic devices.Course outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to: |

18EC645 | NANOELECTRONICS | Analyse the process flow required to fabricate state-of-the-art transistor technologyApply the knowledge to prepare and characterize nanomaterials.Know the properties used for sensing and the use of smart dust sensors.Know the properties of carbon and carbon nanotubes and its applications.L1, L2L1, L2L1, L2L1, L2L1, L272Know the effect of particles size on mechanical, thermal, optical and electrical properties of nanomaterials.Understand the principles behind Nanoscience engineering and Nanoelectronics.Course Outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to: |

18EC646 | PYTHON APPLICATION PROGRAMMING | Implement exemplary applications related to Network Programming, Web Services and Databases in PythonInterpret the concepts of Object-Oriented Programming as used in Python.Create, run and manipulate Python Programs using core data structures like Lists, Dictionaries and use Regular Expressions.Demonstrate proficiency in handling Strings and File Systems.Examine Python syntax and semantics and be fluent in the use of Python flow control and functions.Course outcomes: The students should be able to: |

18EC651 | SIGNAL PROCESSING | Design and implement the digital filter (FIR/IIR) using suitable simulation tools, and record the inputand output of the filter for the given audio signal(assignment component)Design and implement the analog filter using components/ suitable simulation tools (assignmentcomponent)Design analog/digital filters to meet given specificationsAnalyse the given system and classify the system/arrive at a suitable conclusionApply the concepts of signals and systems to obtain the desired parameter/ representationUnderstand and explain continuous time and discrete time signals and systems, in time and frequency domainCourse Outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to: |

18EC652 | SENSORS and SIGNAL CONDITIONING | Design systems integrated with sensorsUse sensors specific to the end use applicationAppreciate various types of sensors and their constructionCourse Outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to: |

18ECL66 | EMBEDDED SYSTEMS LAB | Develop C language programs and library functions for embedded system applicationsInterface external devices and I/O with ARM Cortex M3.Develop assembly language programs using ARM Cortex M3 for different applications.Understand the instruction set of 32 bit microcontroller ARM Cortex M3, and the software tool required for programming in Assembly and C language.Course outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to: |

18ECL67 | COMMUNICATION LAB | Simulate the digital modulation systemsDesign and test the digital and analog modulation circuits and display the waveforms.Determine the characteristics of microstrip antennas and devices and compute the parameters associated with it.Determine the characteristics and response of microwave waveguide.Course Outcomes: On the completion of this laboratory course, the students will be able to: &compare the error performance of basic digital modulation schemes. |

18EC71 | COMPUTER NETWORKS | Analyze a simple network and measurement of its parametersDistinguish the basic network configurations and standards associated with each network.Identify the protocols and services of different layers.Understand the concepts of networking thoroughlyCourse Outcomes: At the end of the course, the students will be able to: |

18EC72 | VLSI DESIGN | Interpret testing andInterpret Memory elements along with timing considerationsDemonstrate ability to design Combinational, sequential and dynamic logic circuits as per the requirementsDraw the basic gates using the stick and layout diagrams with the knowledge of physical design aspects.Demonstrate understanding of MOS transistor theory, CMOS fabrication flow and technology scaling.Course outcomes: At the end of the course, the students will be able to: testability issues in VLSI Design |

18EC731 | REAL TIME SYSTEM | Apply suitable methodologies to design and develop Real-Time SystemsDevelop the software algorithms using suitable languages to meet Real time applications.Describe the operating system concepts and techniques required for real time systems.Understand the concepts of computer control and the suitable computer hardware requirements for real-time applications.Explain the fundamentals of Real time systems and its classifications.Course Outcomes: At the end of the course, students should be able to: |

18EC732 | SATELLITE COMMUNICATION | Compute the satellite link parameters under various propagation conditions with the illustration of multiple access techniques.Describe the various applications of satellite with the focus on national satellite system.Describe the electronic hardware systems associated with the satellite subsystem and earth station.Describe the satellite orbits and its trajectories with the definitions of parameters associated with it.Course Outcomes: At the end of the course, the students will be able to: |

18EC733 | DIGITAL IMAGEPROCESSING | Conduct independent study and analysis of Image Enhancement and restoration techniquesDesign and evaluate image analysis techniquesApply image processing techniques in both the spatial and frequency (Fourier) domains.Understand image formation and the role human visual system plays in perception of gray and color image data.Course Outcomes: At the end of the course, students should be able to: |

18EC734 | DSP ALGORITHMS and ARCHITECTURE | Demonstrate the programming of CODEC interfacingDiscuss about synchronous serial interface and multichannel buffered serial port (McBSP) of DSP device.Develop basic DSP algorithms using DSP processors.Apply knowledge of various types of addressing modes, interrupts, peripherals and pipelining structure of TMS320C54xx processor.Apply the knowledge of DSP computational building blocks to achieve speed in DSP architecture or processor.Comprehend the knowledge and concepts of digital signal processing techniques.Course Outcomes: At the end of this course, students would be able to |

18EC741 | IoT & WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS | Understand choice and application of IoTCourse Outcomes: At the end of the course, students will be able to: & Develop an architecture and its communication protocols of of WSNAwareness of MQTT clients, MQTT server and its programming.Describe Cloud computing and design principles of IoT.M2M communication protocols. |

18EC742 | AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRONICS | Design and implement the electronics that attribute the reliability, safety, and smartness to the automobiles, providing add-on comforts and get fair idea on future Automotive Electronic SystemUnderstand the networking of various modules in automotive systems, communication protocols and diagnostics of the sub systems.Use available automotive sensors and actuators while interfacing with microcontrollers / microprocessors during automotive system design.Acquire an overview of automotive components, subsystems, and basics of Electronic Engine Control in today s automotive industry.Course Outcomes: At the end of the course, students will be able to: |

18EC743 | MULTIMEDIA COMMUNICATION | Compress different types of text and images using different compression techniqueAnalyse different media types to represent them in digital form.Describe multimedia Communication across Networks.Understand different compression techniques to compress audio and video.Understand basics of different multimedia networks and applications.CourseOutcomes:After studying this course, students will be able to: |

18EC744 | CRYPTOGRAPHY | Apply pseudo random sequence in stream cipher algorithms.Apply concepts of modern algebra in cryptography algorithms.Use symmetric and asymmetric cryptography algorithms to encrypt and decrypt the information.Explain basic cryptographic algorithms to encrypt and decrypt the data.CourseOutcomes:After studying this course, students will be able to: |

18EC745 | MACHINE LEARNING WITH PYTHON | Perform statistical analysis of machine learning techniques.Apply concept learning, ANN, Bayes classifier, k nearest neighborApply theory of probability and statistics in machine learningSelect supervised, unsupervised or reinforcement learning for problem solving.Identify the problems in machinelearning.Course Outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to |

18ECL76 | COMPUTER NETWORKS LAB | Implement the data link and routing protocols using C programming.Simulate the network with different configurations to measure the performance parameters.Illustrate the operations of network protocols and algorithms using C programming.Use the network simulator for learning and practice of networking algorithms.Course outcomes: On the completion of this laboratory course, the students will be able to: |

18ECL77 | VLSI LAB | Perform RTL-GDSII flow and understand the stages in ASIC design.Design and simulate basic CMOS circuits like inverter, common source amplifier and differential amplifiers.Perform ASIC design flow and understand the process of synthesis, synthesis constraints and evaluating the synthesis reports to obtain optimum gate level net listUnderstand the Synthesis process of digital circuits using EDA tool.Design and simulate combinational and sequential digital circuits using Verilog HDLCourse Outcomes: On the completion of this laboratory course, the students will be able to: |

18EC751 | COMMUNICATION THEORY | Describe the principles of wireless communications system.Understand the concepts of different digital modulation techniques.Understand the concept of sampling and quantization.Understand the techniques of Amplitude and Angle modulation.Describe operation of communication systems.Course Outcomes: At the end of the course, students will be able: |

18EC752 | NEURAL NETWORKS | Apply neural networks to particular application, and to know what steps to take to improve performance.Evaluate whether neural networks are appropriate to a particular application.Understand the concepts and techniques of neural networks through the study of the most important neural network models.Understand the role of neural networks in engineering, artificial intelligence, and cognitive modelling.Course Outcomes: At the end of the course, students should be able to: |

18EC81 | WIRELESS AND CELLULAR COMMUNICATION | Develop a scheme for idle mode, call set up, call progress handling and call tear down in a CDMA cellulDevelop a scheme for idle mode, call set up, call progress handling and call tear down in a GSM cellular network.Explain concepts of propagation mechanisms like Reflection, Diffraction, Scattering in wireless channels.Course Outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to:L1, L2,L3Understand the Basic operations of Air interface in a LTE 4G systemar network. |

18EC821 | NETWORK SECURITY | Describe Firewalls, Firewall Characteristics, Biasing and ConfigurationExplain Intruders, Intrusion detection and Malicious SoftwareExplain Security concerns in Internet Protocol securityUnderstand the concept of Transport Level Security and Secure Socket Layer.Explain network security services and mechanisms and explain security conceptsCourse Outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to: |

18EC822 | MICRO ELECTROMECHANICAL SYSTEMS | Analyze the MEMS devices and develop suitable mathematical models.Know various application areas for MEMS device.Understand design and fabrication processes involved with MEMS Devices.Appreciate the technologies related to Micro Electro Mechanical Systems.Course Outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to: |

18EC823 | RADAR ENGINEERING | Analyze the range parameters of pulse radar system which affect the system performanceDescribe the working of various radar transmitters and receivers.Explain the working principle of pulse Doppler radars, their applications and limitations.Understand the radar fundamentals and radar signals.Course Outcomes: At the end of the course, students will be able to: |

18EC824 | OPTICAL COMMUNICATION NETWORKS | Illustrate the networking aspects of optical fiber and describe various standards associated with it.Describe the constructional features and the characteristics of opticalDescribe the construction and working principle of optical connectors, multiplexers and amplifiers.Describe the transmission characteristics and losses in optical fiber communication.Classification and working of optical fiber with different modes of signal propagation.Course Outcomes: At the end of the course, students will be able to: |

18EC825 | BIOMEDICAL SIGNAL PROCESSING | Develop a thorough understanding on basics of ECG and EEG feature extraction.Apply classical and modern filtering and compression techniques for ECG and EEG signalsPossess the basic mathematical, scientific and computational skills necessary to analyse ECG and EEG signals.ourse Outcomes: At the end of the course, students will be able to: |

18CV42 | ANALYSIS OF DETERMINATE STRUCTURES | 1. Identify different forms of structural systems. 2. Construct ILD and analyse the beams and trusses subjected to moving loads 3. Understand the energy principles and energy theorems and its applications to determine the deflections of trusses and beams. 4. Determine the stress resultants in arches and cables. |

18CV32 | STRENGTH OF MATERIALS | 1. To evaluate the basic concepts of the stresses and strains for different materials and strength of structural elements. 2. To evaluate the development of internal forces and resistance mechanism for one dimensional and two dimensional structural elements. 3. To analyse different internal forces and stresses induced due to representative loads on structural elements. 4. To evaluate slope and deflections of beams. 5. To evaluate the behaviour of torsion members, columns and struts |

18CV33 | FLUIDS MECHANICS | After successful completion of the course, the student will be able to: 1. Possess a sound knowledge of fundamental properties of fluids and fluid Continuum 2. Compute and solve problems on hydrostatics, including practical applications 3. Apply principles of mathematics to represent kinematic concepts related to fluid flow 4. Apply fundamental laws of fluid mechanics and the Bernoulli s principle for practical applications 5. Compute the discharge through pipes and over notches and weirs |

18CV34 | BUILDING MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION | After a successful completion of the course, the student will be able to: 1. Select suitable materials for buildings and adopt suitable construction techniques. 2. Decide suitable type of foundation based on soil parameters 3. Supervise the construction of different building elements based on suitability 4. Exhibit the knowledge of building finishes and form work requirements |

18CV34 | BUILDING MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION | After a successful completion of the course, the student will be able to: 1. Select suitable materials for buildings and adopt suitable construction techniques. 2. Decide suitable type of foundation based on soil parameters 3. Supervise the construction of different building elements based on suitability 4. Exhibit the knowledge of building finishes and form work requirements |

18CV35 | BASIC SURVEYING | : After a successful completion of the course, the student will be able to: 1. Posses a sound knowledge of fundamental principles Geodetics 2. Measurement of vertical and horizontal plane, linear and angular dimensions to arrive at solutions to basic surveying problems. 3. Capture geodetic data to process and perform analysis for survey problems] 4. Analyse the obtained spatial data and compute areas and volumes. Represent 3D data on plane figures as contours |

18CV36 | ENGINEERING GEOLOGY | Course outcomes: After a successful completion of the course, the student will be able to: 1. Apply geological knowledge in different civil engineering practice. 2. Students will acquire knowledge on durability and competence of foundation rocks, and confidence enough to use the best building materials. 3. Civil Engineers are competent enough for the safety, stability, economy and life of the structures that they construct. 4. Able to solve various issues related to ground water exploration, build up dams, bridges, tunnels which are often confronted with ground water problems. 5. Intelligent enough to apply GIS, GPS and remote sensing as a latest tool in different civil engineering construction. |

18CVL37 | COMPUTER AIDED BUILDING PLANNING AND DRAWING | After studying this course, students will be able to 1. Prepare, read and interpret the drawings in a professional set up. 2. KnowtheproceduresofsubmissionofdrawingsandDevelopworkingandsubmissiondrawingsforbuilding. 3. Plananddesignaresidentialorpublicbuildingasperthegivenrequirements. |

18CVL38 | BUILDING MATERIALS TESTING LABORATORY | After successful completion of the course, the students will be able to: 1. Reproduce the basic knowledge of mathematics and engineering in finding the strength in tension, compression, shear and torsion. 2. Identify, formulate and solve engineering problems of structural elements subjected to flexure. 3. Evaluate the impact of engineering solutions on the society and also will be aware of contemporary issues regarding failure of structures due to unsuitable materials. |

18CV42 | ANALYSIS OF DETERMINATE STRUCTURES | : After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Identify different forms of structural systems. 2. Construct ILD and analyse the beams and trusses subjected to moving loads 3. Understand the energy principles and energy theorems and its applications to determine the deflections of trusses and beams. 4. Determine the stress resultants in arches and cables. |

18CV43 | APPLIED HYDRAULICS | Course Outcomes After a successful completion of the course, the student will be able to: 1. Apply dimensional analysis to develop mathematical modeling and compute the parametric values in prototype by analyzing the corresponding model parameters 2. Design the open channels of various cross sections including economical channel sections 3. Apply Energy concepts to flow in open channel sections, Calculate Energy dissipation, 4. Compute water surface profiles at different conditions 5. Design turbines for the given data, and to know their operation characteristics under different operating conditions |

18CV44 | CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY | After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Relate material characteristics and their influence on microstructure of concrete. 2. Distinguish concrete behavior based on its fresh and hardened properties. 3. Illustrate proportioning of different types of concrete mixes for required fresh and hardened properties using professional codes. 4. Adopt suitable concreting methods to place the concrete based on requirement. 5. Select a suitable type of concrete based on specific application. |

18CV45 | ADVANCED SURVEYING | Course outcomes: After a successful completion of the course, the student will be able to: 1. Apply the knowledge of geometric principles to arrive at surveying problems 2. Use modern instruments to obtain geo-spatial data and analyse the same to appropriate engineering problems. 3. Capture geodetic data to process and perform analysis for survey problems with the use of electronic instruments; 4. Design and implement the different types of curves for deviating type of alignments. |

18CV46 | WATER SUPPLY AND TREATMENT ENGINEERING | After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Estimate average and peak water demand for a community. 2. Evaluate available sources of water, quantitatively and qualitatively and make appropriate choice for a community. 3. Evaluate water quality and environmental significance of various parameters and plan suitable treatment system. 4. Design a comprehensive water treatment and distribution system to purify and distribute water to the required quality standards. |

18CVL47 | ENGINEERING GEOLOGY LABORATORY | During this course, students will develop expertise in; 1. The students able to identify the minerals, rocks and utilize them effectively in civil engineering practices. 2. The students will interpret and understand the geological conditions of the area for implementation of civil engineering projects. 3. The students will interpret subsurface information such as thickness of soil, weathered zone, depth of hard rock and saturated zone by using geophysical methods. 4. The students will learn the techniques in the interpretation of LANDSAT Imageries to find out the lineaments and other structural features for the given area. 5. The students will be able to identify the different structures in the field. |

18CVL48 | FLUID MECHANICS AND HYDRAULIC MACHINES LABORATORY | Course outcomes: During the course of study students will develop understanding of: 1. Properties of fluids and the use of various instruments for fluid flow measurement. 2. Working of hydraulic machines under various conditions of working and their characteristics. |

18CV51 | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP | After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Prepare a project plan based on requirements and prepare schedule of a project by understanding the activities and their sequence. 2. Understand labour output, equipment efficiency to allocate resources required for an activity / project to achieve desired quality and safety. 3. Analyze the economics of alternatives and evaluate benefits and profits of a construction activity based on monetary value and time value. 4. Establish as an ethical entrepreneur and establish an enterprise utilizing the provisions offered by the federal agencies |

18CV52 | ANALYSIS OF INDETERMINATE STRUCTURES | After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Determine the moment in indeterminate beams and frames having variable moment of inertia and subsidence using slope defection method 2. Determine the moment in indeterminate beams and frames of no sway and sway using moment distribution method. 3. Construct the bending moment diagram for beams and frames by Kani s method. 4. Construct the bending moment diagram for beams and frames using flexibility method 5. Analyze the beams and indeterminate frames by system stiffness method. |

18CV53 | DESIGN OF RC STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS | After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Understand the design philosophy and principles. 2. Solve engineering problems of RC elements subjected to flexure, shear and torsion. 3. Demonstrate the procedural knowledge in designs of RC structural elements such as slabs, columns and footings. 4. Owns professional and ethical responsibility. |

18CV54 | BASIC GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING | On the completion of this course students are expected to attain the following outcomes; 1. Ability to plan and execute geotechnical site investigation program for different civil engineering projects 2. Understanding of stress distribution and resulting settlement beneath the loaded footings on sand and clayey soils 3. Ability to estimate factor of safety against failure of slopes and to compute lateral pressure distribution behind earth retaining structures 4. Ability to determine bearing capacity of soil and achieve proficiency in proportioning shallow isolated and combined footings for uniform bearing pressure 5. Capable of estimating load carrying capacity of single and group of piles |

18CV55 | MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER ENGINEERING | After studying this course, the students will be able to: 1. Select the appropriate sewer appurtenances and materials in sewer network. 2. Design the sewers network and understand the self purification process in flowing water. 3.Deisgn the varies physic- chemical treatment units 4. Design the various biological treatment units 5. Design various AOPs and low cost treatment units. |

18CV56 | HIGHWAY ENGINEERING | : After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Acquire the capability of proposing a new alignment or re-alignment of existing roads, conduct necessary field investigation for generation of required data. 2. Evaluate the engineering properties of the materials and suggest the suitability of the same for pavement construction. 3. Design road geometrics, structural components of pavement and drainage. 4. Evaluate the highway economics by few select methods and also will have a basic knowledge of various highway financing concepts. |

18CV61 | DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS | After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Possess knowledge of Steel Structures Advantages and Disadvantages of Steel structures, steel code provisions and plastic behaviour of structural steel. 2. Understand the Concept of Bolted and Welded connections. 3. Understand the Concept of Design of compression members, built-up columns and columns splices. 4. Understand the Concept of Design of tension members, simple slab base and gusseted base. 5. Understand the Concept of Design of laterally supported and un-supported steel beams. |

18CV62 | APPLIED GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING | On the completion of this course students are expected to attain the following outcomes; 1. Ability to plan and execute geotechnical site investigation program for different civil engineering projects 2. Understanding of stress distribution and resulting settlement beneath the loaded footings on sand and clayey soils 3. Ability to estimate factor of safety against failure of slopes and to compute lateral pressure distribution behind earth retaining structures 4. Ability to determine bearing capacity of soil and achieve proficiency in proportioning shallow isolated and combined footings for uniform bearing pressure 5. Capable of estimating load carrying capacity of single and group of piles |

18CV63 | HYDROLOGY AND IRRIGATION ENGINEERING | After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Understand the importance of hydrology and its components. 2. Measure precipitation and analyze the data and analyze the losses in precipitation. 3. Estimate runoff and develop unit hydrographs. 4. Find the benefits and ill-effects of irrigation. 5. Find the quantity of irrigation water and frequency of irrigation for various crops. 6. Find the canal capacity, design the canal and compute the reservoir capacity |

18CV641 | MATRIX METHOD OF STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS | : After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Evaluate the structural systems to application of concepts of flexibility and stiffness matrices for simple problems. 2. Identify, formulate and solve engineering problems with respect to flexibility and stiffness matrices as applied to continuous beams, rigid frames and trusses. 3. Identify, formulate and solve engineering problems by application of concepts of direct stiffness method as applied to continuous beams and trusses. 4. Evaluate secondary stresses. |

18CV642 | SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT | After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Analyse existing solid waste management system and to identify their drawbacks. 2. Evaluate different elements of solid waste management system. 3. Suggest suitable scientific methods for solid waste management elements. 4. Design suitable processing system and evaluate disposal sites. |

18CV643 | ALTERNATE BUILDING MATERIALS | After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Solve the problems of Environmental issues concerned to building materials and cost effective building technologies; 2. Select appropriate type of masonry unit and mortar for civil engineering constructions; also they are able to Design Structural Masonry Elements under Axial Compression. 3. Analyse different alternative building materials which will be suitable for specific climate and in an environmentally sustainable manner. Also capable of suggesting suitable agro and industrial wastes as a building material. 4. Recommend various types of alternative building materials and technologies and design a energy efficient building by considering local climatic condition and building material. |

18CV644 | GROUND IMPROVEMENT TECHNIQUES | After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Give solutions to solve various problems associated with soil formations having less strength. 2. Use effectively the various methods of ground improvement techniques depending upon the requirements. 3. utilize properly the locally available materials and techniques for ground improvement so that economy in the design of foundations of various civil engineering structures |

18CV645 | RAILWAYS, HARBOUR, TUNNELING AND AIRPORTS | After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Acquires capability of choosing alignment and also design geometric aspects of railway system, runway and taxiway. 2. Suggest and estimate the material quantity required for laying a railway track and also will be able to determine the hauling capacity of a locomotive. 3. Develop layout plan of airport, harbor, dock and will be able relate the gained knowledge to identify required type of visual and/or navigational aids for the same. 4. Apply the knowledge gained to conduct surveying, understand the tunneling activities. |

18CV651 | REMOTE SENSING AND GIS | After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Collectdataanddelineatevariouselementsfromthesatelliteimageryusingtheirspectralsignature. 2. Analyze different features of ground information to create raster or vector data. 3. Perform digital classificationandcreatedifferentthematicmapsforsolvingspecificproblems 4. Make decision based on the GIS analysis on thematic maps. |

18CV652 | TRAFFIC ENGINEERING | After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Understandthehumanfactorsandvehicularfactorsintrafficengineeringdesign. 2. Conductdifferenttypesoftrafficsurveysandanalysisofcollecteddatausingstatisticalconcepts. 3. Useanappropriatetrafficflowtheoryandtocomprehendthecapacity&signalizedintersectionanalysis. 4. Understand the basic knowledge of Intelligent Transportation System. |

18CV653 | OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY | After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Identifyhazardsintheworkplacethatposeadangerorthreattotheirsafetyorhealth,orthatofothers. 2. Controlunsafeorunhealthyhazardsandproposemethodstoeliminatethehazard. 3. Present a coherent analysis of a potential safety or health hazard both verbally and in writing, citing the occupational Health and Safety Regulations as well as supported legislation. 4. Discuss the role of health and safety in the workplace pertaining to the responsibilities of workers, managers, supervisors. 5. Identify the decisions required to maintain protection of the environment, workplace as well as personal health and safety. |

18CV654 | SUSTAINABILITY CONCEPTS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING | : After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Learn the sustainability concepts; understand the role and responsibility of engineers in sustainable development. 2. Quantify sustainability, and resource availability, Rationalize the sustainability based on scientific merits. 3. Understand and apply sustainability concepts in construction practices, designs, product developments and processes across various engineering disciplines. 4. Make a decision in applying green engineering concepts and become a lifelong advocate of sustainability in society. |

18CVL66 | SOFTWARE APPLICATION LABORATORY | After studying this course, students will be able to: use software skills in a professional set up to automate the work and thereby reduce cycle time for completion of the work |

18CVL67 | ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY | After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Acquire capability to conduct experiments and estimate the concentration of different parameters. 2. Compare the result with standards and discuss based on the purpose of analysis. 3. Determine type of treatment, degree of treatment for water and waste water. 4. Identify the parameter to be analyzed for the student project work in environmental stream. |

18CVEP68 | EXTENSIVE SURVEY PROJECT | : After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Apply Surveying knowledge and tools effectively for the projects 2. Understanding Task environment, Goals, responsibilities, Task focus, working in Teams towards common goals, Organizational performance expectations, technical and behavioral competencies. 3. Application of individual effectiveness skills in team and organizational context, goal setting, time management, communication and presentation skills. 4. Professional etiquettes at workplace, meeting and general 5. Establishing trust based relationships in teams & organizational environment 6. Orientation towards conflicts in team and organizational environment, Understanding sources of conflicts, Conflict resolution styles and techniques |

18CV71 | QUANTITY SURVEYING AND CONTRACT MANAGEMENT | Course outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Taking out quantities and work out the cost and preparation of abstract for the estimated cost for various civil engineering works. 2. Prepare detailed and abstract estimates for various road works, structural works and water supply and sanitary works. 3. Prepare the specifications and analyze the rates for various items of work. 4. Assess contract and tender documents for various construction works. 5. Prepare valuation reports of buildings. |

18CV72 | DESIGN OF RCC AND STEEL STRUCTURES | Course Outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Students will acquire the basic knowledge in design of RCC and Steel Structures. 2. Students will have the ability to follow design procedures as per codal provisions and skills to arrive at structurally safe RC and Steel members. |

18CV733 | PAVEMENT MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION | Course outcomes: At the end of the course the student will be able to: 1. Students will be able to evaluate and assess the suitability of any pavement material to be used in various components of pavement by conducting required tests as per IS,IRC specifications 2. Students will be able to formulate the proportions of different sizes of aggregates to suit gradation criteria for various mixes as per MORTH and also design bituminous mixes. 3. Students will be competent to adapt suitable modern technique and equipment for speedy and economic construction. 4. Student will be able to execute the construction of embankment, flexible, rigid pavement and perform required quality control tests at different stages of pavement construction. |

18CV734 | GROUND WATER HYDRAULICS | Course outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Find the characteristics of aquifers. 2. Estimate the quantity of ground water by various methods. 3. Locate the zones of ground water resources. 4. Select particular type of well and augment the ground water storage. |

18CV735 | MASONRY STRUCTURES | Course outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Select suitable material for masonry construction by understanding engineering properties. 2. Compute loads, load combinations and analyze the stresses in masonry. 3. Design masonry under compression (Axial load) for various requirements and conditions. 4. Design masonry under bending (Eccentric, lateral, transverse load) for various requirements and conditions. 5. Assess the behavior of shear wall and reinforced masonry. |

18CV741 | EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING | Course outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Acquire basic knowledge of engineering seismology. 2. Develop response spectra for a given earthquake time history and its implementation to estimate response of a given structure. 3. Understanding of causes and types of damages to civil engineering structures during different earthquake scenarios. 4. Analyze multi-storied structures modeled as shear frames and determine lateral force distribution due to earthquake input motion using IS-1893 procedures. 5. Comprehend planning and design requirements of earthquake restructures thorough exposure to different IS-codes of practices. sistant features of RCC and Masonry |

18CV742 | DESIGN CONCEPT OF BUILDING SERVICES | Course Outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Describe the basics of house plumbing and waste water collection and disposal. 2. Discuss the safety and guidelines with respect to fire safety. 3. Describe the issues with respect to quantity of water, rain water harvesting and roof top harvesting. 4. Understand and implement the requirements of thermal comfort in buildings. |

18CV743 | REINFORCED EARTH STRUCTURES | Course outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. identify, formulate reinforced earth techniques that are suitable for different soils and in different structures; 2. understand the laboratory testing concepts of Geo synthetics 3. design RE retaining structures and Soil Nailing concepts 4. Determine the load carrying capacity of Foundations resting on RE soil bed. 5. asses the use of Geo synthetics in drainage requirements and landfill designs |

18CV744 | DESIGN OF HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES | Course outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Check the stability of gravity dams and design the dam. 2. Estimate the quantity of seepage through earth dams. 3. Design spillways and aprons for various diversion works. 4. Select particular type of canal regulation work for canal network. |

18CV745 | URBAN TRANSPORT PLANNING | Course outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to: 5. Design, conduct and administer surveys to provide the data required for transportation planning. 6. Supervise the process of data collection about travel behavior and analyze the data for use in transport planning. 7. Develop and calibrate modal split, trip generation rates for specific types of land use developments. 8. Adopt the steps that are necessary to complete a long-term transportation plan. |

18CV751 | FINITE ELEMENT METHOD | Course outcomes: The student will have the knowledge on advanced methods of analysis of structures. |

18CV752 | NUMERICAL METHODS AND APPLICATIONS | Course Outcomes: After studying this course, The students will have a clear perception of the power of numerical techniques, ideas and would be able to demonstrate the applications of these techniques to problems drawn from Industry, management and other engineering fields. |

18CV753 | ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND MANAGEMENT | Course outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to: 1. Appreciate the elements of Corporate Environmental Management systems complying to international environmental management system standards. 2. Lead pollution prevention assessment team and implement waste minimization options. 3. Develop, Implement, maintain and Audit Environmental Management systems for Organizations |

18CVL76 | COMPUTER AIDED DETAILING OF STRUCTURES | Course outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to: • Prepare detailed working drawings |

18CVL77 | GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY | Course outcomes: Students will be able to conduct appropriate laboratory/field experiments and interpret the results to determine 1. Physical and index properties of the soil 2. Classify based on index properties and field identification 3. To determine OMC and MDD, plan and assess field compaction program 4. Shearstrengthandconsolidationparameterstoassessstrengthanddeformationcharacteristics 5. In-situshear strength characteristics(SPT-Demonstration) |

18ME32 | MECHANICS OF MATERIALS | Course Outcomes At the end of the course, the student will be able to CO1 Understand simple, compound, thermal stresses and strains their relations and strain energy. CO2 Analyse structural members for stresses, strains and deformations. CO3 Analyse the structural members subjected to bending and shear loads. CO4 Analyse shafts subjected to twisting loads. CO5 Analyse the short columns for stability. |

18ME33 | BASIC THERMODYNAMICS | Course Outcomes At the end of the course, the student will be able to CO1 Explain fundamentals of thermodynamics and evaluate energy interactions across the boundary of thermodynamic systems. CO2 Evaluate the feasibility of cyclic and non-cyclic processes using 2nd law of thermodynamics. CO3 Apply the knowledge of entropy, reversibility and irreversibility to solve numerical problems and apply 1 st law of thermodynamics to closed and open systems and determine quantity of energy transfers and change in properties. CO4 Interpret the behavior of pure substances and its application in practical problems. CO5 Recognize differences between ideal and real gases and evaluate thermodynamic properties of ideal and real gas mixtures using various relations. |

18ME34 | MATERIAL SCIENCE | Course Outcomes At the end of the course, the student will be able to CO1 Understand the mechanical properties of metals and their alloys. CO2 Analyze the various modes of failure and understand the microstructures of ferrous and nonferrous materials. CO3 Describe the processes of heat treatment of various alloys. CO4 Acquire the Knowledge of composite materials and their production process as well as applications. CO5 Understand the properties and potentialities of various materials available and material selection procedures. |

18ME35A/45A | METAL CUTTING AND FORMING | Course Outcomes At the end of the course, the student will be able to CO1 Explain the construction & specification of various machine tools. CO2 Discuss different cutting tool materials, tool nomenclature & surface finish. CO3 Apply mechanics of machining process to evaluate machining time. CO4 Analyze tool wear mechanisms and equations to enhance tool life and minimize machining cost. CO5 Understand the concepts of different metal forming processes. CO6 Apply the concepts of design of sheet metal dies to design different dies for simple sheet metal components |

18ME35B/45B | METAL CASTING AND WELDING | Course Outcomes At the end of the course, the student will be able to CO1 Describe the casting process and prepare different types of cast products. CO2 Acquire knowledge on Pattern, Core, Gating, Riser system and to use Jolt, Squeeze, Sand Slinger moulding machines. CO3 Compare the Gas fired pit, Resistance, Coreless, Electrical and Cupola Metal Furnaces. CO4 Compare the Gravity, Pressure die, Centrifugal, Squeeze, slush and Continuous Metal mold castings. CO5 Understand the Solidification process and Casting of Non-Ferrous Metals. CO6 Describe the Metal Arc, TIG, MIG, Submerged and Atomic Hydrogen Welding processes etc. used in manufacturing. CO7 Describe methods for the quality assurance of components made of casting and joining process |

18ME36A/46A | COMPUTER AIDED MACHINE DRAWING | Course Outcomes At the end of the course, the student will be able to CO1 Identify the national and international standards pertaining to machine drawing. CO2 Understand the importance of the linking functional and visualization aspects in the preparation of the part drawings CO3 Apply limits and tolerances to assemblies and choose appropriate fits for given assemblies. CO4 Interpret the Machining and surface finish symbols on the component drawings. CO5 Preparation of the part or assembly drawings as per the conventions. |

18ME42 | APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Apply thermodynamic concepts to analyze the performance of gas power cycles. CO2 Apply thermodynamic concepts to analyze the performance of vapour power cycles. CO3 Understand combustion of fuels and performance of I C engines. CO4 Understand the principles and applications of refrigeration systems. CO5 Apply Thermodynamic concepts to determine performance parameters of refrigeration and airconditioning systems. CO6 Understand the working principle of Air compressors and Steam nozzles applications relevance of air and identify methods for performance improvement. |

18ME43 | FLUID MECHANICS | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Identify and calculate the key fluid properties used in the analysis of fluid behavior. CO2 Explain the principles of pressure buoyancy and floatation CO3 Apply the knowledge of fluid statics kinematics and dynamics while addressing problems of mechanical and chemical engineering. CO4 Describe the principles of fluid kinematics and dynamics. CO5 Explain the concept of boundary layer in fluid flow and apply dimensional analysis to form dimensionless numbers in terms of input output variables. CO6 Illustrate and explain the basic concept of compressible flow and CFD |

18ME44 | KINEMATICS OF MACHINES | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Knowledge of mechanisms and their motion. CO2 Understand the inversions of four bar mechanisms. CO3 Analyse the velocity acceleration of links and joints of mechanisms. CO4 Analysis of cam follower motion for the motion specifications. CO5 Understand the working of the spur gears. CO6 Analyse the gear trains speed ratio and torque. |

18ME51 | MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMICS | Course outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Understand needs functions roles scope and evolution of Management CO2 Understand importance purpose of Planning and hierarchy of planning and also56nalyse its types. CO3 Discuss Decision making Organizing Staffing Directing and Controlling. CO4 Select the best economic model from various available alternatives. CO5 Understand various interest rate methods and implement the suitable one. CO6 Estimate various depreciation values of commodities. CO7 Prepare the project reports effectively |

18ME52 | DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS I | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Apply the concepts of selection of materials for given mechanical components. CO2 List the functions and uses of machine elements used in mechanical systems. CO3 Apply codes and standards in the design of machine elements and select an element based on the Manufacturer?s catalogue. CO4 Analyse the performance and failure modes of mechanical components subjected to combined loading and fatigue loading using the concepts of theories of failure. CO5 Demonstrate the application of engineering design tools to the design of machine components like shafts couplings power screws fasteners welded and riveted joints. CO6 Understand the art of working in a team. |

18ME53 | DYNAMICS OF MACHINES | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Analyse the mechanisms for static and dynamic equilibrium. CO2 Carry out the balancing of rotating and reciprocating masses CO3 Analyse different types of governors used in real life situation. CO4 Analyse the gyroscopic effects on disks airplanes stability of ships two and four wheelers CO5 Understand the free and forced vibration phenomenon. CO6 Determine the natural frequency force and motion transmitted in vibrating systems. |

18ME54 | TURBO MACHINES | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Model studies and thermodynamics analysis of turbomachines. CO2 Analyse the energy transfer in Turbo machine with degree of reaction and utilisation factor. CO3 Classify analyse and understand various type of steam turbine. CO4 Classify analyse and understand various type of hydraulic turbine. CO5 Understand the concept of radial power absorbing machine and the problems involved during its operation. |

18ME55 | FLUID POWER ENGINEERING | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Identify and analyse the functional requirements of a fluid power transmission system for a given application. CO2 Visualize how a hydraulic pneumatic circuit will work to accomplish the function. CO3 Design an appropriate hydraulic or pneumatic circuit or combination circuit like electro-hydraulics electro- pneumatics for a given application. CO4 Select and size the different components of the circuit. CO5 Develop a comprehensive circuit diagram by integrating the components selected for the given application. |

18ME56 | OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Explain the concept and scope of operations management in a business context CO2 Recognize the role of Operations management among various business functions and its role in the organizations? strategic planning and gaining competitive advantage. CO3 Analyze the appropriateness and applicability of a range of operations management systems models in decision making. CO4 Assess a range of strategies for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of organizational operations. CO5 Evaluate a selection of frameworks used in the design and delivery of operations |

18ME61 | FINITE ELEMENT METHODS | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Identify the application and characteristics of FEA elements such as bars beams plane and iso- parametric elements. CO2 Develop element characteristic equation and generation of global equation. CO3 Formulate and solve Axi-symmetric and heat transfer problems. CO4 Apply suitable boundary conditions to a global equation for bars trusses beams circular shafts heat transfer fluid flow axi-symmetric and dynamic problems |

18ME62 | DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS II | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Apply design principles for the design of mechanical systems involving springs belts pulleys and wire ropes. CO2 Design different types of gears and simple gear boxes for relevant applications. CO3 Understand the design principles of brakes and clutches. CO4 Apply design concepts of hydrodynamic bearings for different applications and select Anti friction bearings for different applications using the manufacturers catalogue. CO6 Apply engineering design tools to product design. CO7 Become good design engineers through learning the art of working in a team |

18ME63 | HEAT TRANSFER | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Understand the modes of heat transfer and apply the basic laws to formulate engineering systems. CO2 Understand and apply the basic laws of heat transfer to extended surface composite material and unsteady state heat transfer problems. CO3 Analyze heat conduction through numerical methods and apply the fundamental principle to solve radiation heat transfer problems. CO4 Analyze heat transfer due to free and forced convective heat transfer. CO5 Understand the design and performance analysis of heat exchangers and their practical applications Condensation and Boiling phenomena. |

18ME641 | NON-TRADITIONAL MACHINING | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Understand the compare traditional and non-traditional machining process and recognize the need for Non- traditional machining process. CO2 Understand the constructional features performance parameters process characteristics applications advantages and limitations of USM AJM and WJM. CO3 Identify the need of Chemical and electro-chemical machining process along with the constructional features process parameters process characteristics applications advantages and limitations. CO4 Understand the constructional feature of the equipment process parameters process characteristics applications advantages and limitations EDM PAM. CO5 Understand the LBM equipment LBM parameters and characteristics. EBM equipment and mechanism of metal removal applications advantages and limitations LBM EBM. |

18ME642 | REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Illustrate the principles nomenclature and applications of refrigeration systems. CO2 Explain vapour compression refrigeration system and identify methods for performance improvement CO3 Study the working principles of air vapour absorption thermoelectric and steam-jet and thermoacoustic refrigeration systems. CO4 Estimate the performance of air-conditioning systems using the principles of psychrometry. CO5 Compute and Interpret cooling and heating loads in an air-conditioning system. CO6 Identify suitable refrigerant for various refrigerating systems. |

18ME643 | THEORY OF ELASTICITY | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Understand the Basic field equations of linear elastic solids force stress strain and equilibrium in solids. CO2 Analyse the 2D structural elements beams cylinders. CO3 Use analytical techniques to predict deformation internal force and failure of simple solids and structural components. CO4 Analyse the axisymmetric structural elements. CO5 Analyse the structural members subjected to torsion CO6 Determine the thermal stresses in plain stress and plane stain conditions. |

18ME644 | ADAVNCED VIBRATIONS | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Characterize the single and multi-degrees of freedom systems subjected to free and forced vibrations with and without damping. CO2 Apply the method of vibration measurements and its controlling. CO3 Determine vibratory responses of SDOF and MDOF systems to harmonic periodic and non-periodic excitation. CO4 Analyze the mathematical model of a linear vibratory system to determine its response. CO5 Obtain linear mathematical models of reallife engineering systems. CO6 Apply the principles of vibration and noise reduction techniques to real life engineering problems. |

18ME645 | COMPOSITE MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Use different types of manufacturing processes in the preparation of composite materials CO2 Analyze the problems on macro mechanical 89ehavior of composites CO3 Analyze the problems on micromechanical 89ehavior of Composites CO4 Determine stresses and strains relation in composites materials. CO5 Understand and effective use of properties in design of composite structures CO6 Perform literature search on a selected advanced material topic. |

18ME651 | NON CONVENTIONAL ENERGY SOURCES | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Describe the environmental aspects of non-conventional energy resources. In Comparison with various conventional energy systems their prospects and limitations. CO2 Know the need of renewable energy resources historical and latest developments. CO3 Describe the use of solar energy and the various components used in the energy production with respect to applications like-heating cooling desalination power generation drying cooking etc. CO4 Appreciate the need of Wind Energy and the various components used in energy generation and know the classifications. CO5 Understand the concept of Biomass energy resources and their classification types of biogas Plants- applications CO6 Compare Solar Wind and bio energy systems their prospects Advantages and limitations. CO7 Acquire the knowledge of fuel cells wave power tidal power and geothermal principles and applications. |

18ME652 | WORLD CLASS MANUFACTURING | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Understand recent trends in manufacturing. CO2 Demonstrate the relevance and basics of World Class Manufacturing. CO3 Understand customization of product for manufacturing. CO4 Understand the implementation of new technologies. CO5 Compare the existing industries with WCM industries. |

18ME653 | SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Understand the framework and scope of supply chain management. CO2 Build and manage a competitive supply chain using strategies models techniques and information technology. CO3 Plan the demand inventory and supply and optimize supply chain network. CO4 Understand the emerging trends and impact of IT on Supply chain. |

18ME654 | ADVANCED MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Explain the concepts and principles of advanced materials and manufacturing processes. CO2 Understand the applications of all kinds of Industrial materials. CO3 Apply the material selection concepts to select a material for a given application. CO4 Define Nanotechnology Describe nano material characterization. CO5 Understand the behaviour and applications of smart materials ceramics glasses and non-metallic materials. |

18ME71 | CONTROL ENGINEERING | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Identify the type of control and control actions. CO2 Develop the mathematical model of the physical systems. CO3 Estimate the response and error in response of first and second order systems subjected standard input signals. CO4 Represent the complex physical system using block diagram and signal flow graph and obtain transfer function. CO5 Analyse a linear feedback control system for stability using Hurwitz criterion Routh?s criterion and root Locus technique in complex domain. CO6 Analyse the stability of linear feedback control systems in frequency domain using polar plots Nyquist and Bode plots. |

18ME72 | COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Define Automation CIM CAD CAM and explain the differences between these concepts. Solve simple problems of transformations of entities on computer screen CO2 Explain the basics of automated manufacturing industries through mathematical models and analyze different types of automated flow lines. CO3 Analyse the automated flow linestoreduce time and enhance productivity. CO4 Explain the use of different computer applications in manufacturing and able to prepare part programs forsimple jobs on CNC machine tools and robot programming. CO5 Visualize and appreciate the modern trends in Manufacturing like additive manufacturing Industry 4.0 and applications of Internet of Things leading to Smart Manufacturing. |

18ME731 | DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURE | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Select proper materials and manufacturing processes for designing products components by applying the relevant principles for ease and economic production. CO2 Identify faulty design factors leading to increased costs in producing mechanical components. CO3 Apply appropriate design tolerances ? dimensional geometric and true position tolerances for the production processes of mechanical components. CO4 Apply the concepts related to reducing machined areas simplification by amalgamation and separation clampability accessibility etc. in the design of mechanical components. CO5 Analyse the design of castings weldments forgings powder metallurgy components and suggest design modifications to reduce the cost. |

18ME732 | AUTOMATION ROBOTICS | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Translate and simulate a real time activity using modern tools and discuss the Benefits of automation. CO2 Identify suitable automation hardware for the given application. CO3 Recommend appropriate modelling and simulation tool for the given manufacturing Application. CO4 Explain the basic principles of Robotic technology configurations control and Programming of Robots. CO5 Explain the basic principles of programming and apply it for typical Pick place Loading unloading and palletizing applications |

18ME733 | COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Understand mathematical characteristics of partial differential equations. CO2 Explain how to classify and computationally solve Euler and Navier-Stokes equations. CO3 Make use of the concepts like accuracy stability consistency of numerical methods for the governing equations. CO4 Identify and implement numerical techniques for space and time integration of partial differential equations. CO5 Conduct numerical experiments and carry out data analysis. CO6 Acquire basic skills on programming of numerical methods used to solve the Governing equations. |

18ME734 | TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Explain the various approaches of TQM CO2 Infer the customer perception of quality CO3 Analyse customer needs and perceptions to design feedback systems. CO4 Apply statistical tools for continuous improvement of systems CO5 Apply the tools and technique for effective implementation of TQM. |

18ME735 | OPERATIONS RESEARCH | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Understand the meaning definitions scope need phases and techniques of operations research. CO2 Formulate as L.P.P and derive optimal solutions to linear programming problems by graphical method Simplex method Big-M method and Dual Simplex method. CO3 Formulate as Transportation and Assignment problems and derive optimum solutions for transportation Assignment and travelling salesman problems. CO4 Solve problems on game theory for pure and mixed strategy under competitive environment. CO5 Solve waiting line problems for M M 1 and M M K queuing models. CO6 Construct network diagrams and determine critical path floats for deterministic and PERT networks including crashing of Networks CO7 Determine minimum processing times for sequencing of n jobs-2 machines n jobs-3 machines n jobs-m machines and 2 jobs-n machines using Johnson?s algorithm. |

18ME741 | ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Demonstrate the knowledge of the broad range of AM processes devices capabilities and materials that are available. CO2 Demonstrate the knowledge of the broad range of AM processes devices capabilities and materials that are available. CO3 Understand the various software tools processes and techniques that enable advanced additive manufacturing. CO4 Apply the concepts of additive manufacturing to design and create components that satisfy product development prototyping requirements using advanced additive manufacturing devices and processes. CO6 Understand characterization techniques in additive manufacturing. CO7 Understand the latest trends and business opportunities in additive manufacturing. |

18ME742 | EMERGING SUSTAINABLE BUILDING COOLING TECHNOLOGIES | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Empathize with sustainable cooling as a means of enhancing social justice in India and mitigating climate change through their intellectual capabilities and ethical orientation CO2 Compute and Interpret cooling and heating loads in a building and how they could be efficiently managed by using building energy modelling software CO3 Estimate the performance of airconditioning systems using the principles of thermodynamics heat transfer and psychometry CO4 Calculate and interpret the energy cost and greenhouse gas emissions performance of conventional and sustainable cooling technologies. Co6 Conduct building and sustainable cooling modelling projects on a sophisticated building energy modelling software. |

18ME743 | THEORYOF PLASTICITY | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Understand stress strain deformations relation between stress and strain and plastic deformation in solids. CO2 Understand plastic stress-strain relations and associated flow rules. CO3 Perform stress analysis in beams and bars including Material nonlinearity. CO4 Analyze the yielding of a material according to different yield theory for a given state of stress. CO5 Interpret the importance of plastic deformation of metals in engineering problems. |

18ME744 | MECHATRONICS | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Illustrate various components of Mechatronics systems. CO2 Assess various control systems used in automation. CO3 Design and conduct experiments to evaluate the performance of a mechatronics system or component with respect to specifications as well as to analyse and interpret data. CO4 Apply the principles of Mechatronics design to product design. CO5 Function effectively as members of multidisciplinary teams. |

18ME745 | PROJECT MANAGEMENT | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Understand the selection prioritization and initiation of individual projects and strategic role of project management. CO2 Understand the work breakdown structure by integrating it with organization. CO3 Understand the scheduling and uncertainty in projects. CO4 Understand risk management planning using project quality tools. CO5 Understand the activities like purchasing acquisitions contracting partnering and collaborations related to performing projects. CO6 Determine project progress and results through balanced scorecard approach CO7 Draw the network diagram to calculate the duration of the project and reduce it using crashing |

18ME751 | ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Understand energy scenario energy sources and their utilization. CO2 Understand various methods of energy storage energy management and economic analysis. CO3 Analyse the awareness about environment and eco system. CO4 Understand the environment pollution along with social issues and acts. |

18ME752 | AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to Identify the different parts of an automobile and it?s working. Understand the working of transmission and braking systems. Understand the working of steering and suspension systems and their applications. Selection and applications of various types of fuels and injection systems. Analyse the cause of automobile emissions its effects on environment and methods to reduce the emissions. |

18ME753 | INDUSTRIAL SAFETY | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Understand the basic safety terms and international standards. CO2 Identify the hazards and risk analysis around the work environment and industries. CO3 Use the safe measures while performing work in and around the work area of the available laboratories. Able to recognize the sign boards and its application CO4 Recognise the types of fires extinguishers and to demonstrate the portable extinguishers used for different classes of fires. CO5 Report the case studies by sharing experience of the employees working in housekeeping laboratories like workshops electrical labs machine shops electronics and computer laboratories. CO6 Recognise the chemical and electrical hazards for its prevention and control. |

18ME754 | OPTIMISATION TECHNIQUES | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Define and use optimization terminology concepts and understand how to classify an optimization problem. CO2 Understand how to classify an optimization problem. CO3 Apply the mathematical concepts formulate the problem of the systems. CO4 Analyse the problems for optimal solution using the algorithms. CO5 Interpret the optimum solution. |

18ME81 | ENERGY ENGINEERING | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Understand the construction and working of steam generators and their accessories. CO2 Identify renewable energy sources and their utilization. CO3 Understand principles of energy conversion from alternate sources including wind geothermal ocean biomass nuclear hydel and tidal. |

18ME821 | CNC MACHINE TOOLS | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Understand evolution classification and principles of CNC machine tools. CO2 Learn constructional details of CNC machine tools selection of standard components used for CNC machine tools for accuracy and productivity enhancement. CO3 Select drives and positional transducers for CNC machine tools. CO4 Apply CNC programing concepts of for two axis turning centers and three axis vertical milling centers to generate programs different components. CO5 Generate CNC programs for popular CNC controllers. CO6 Analyse and select tooling and work holding devices for different components to be machined on CNC machine tools. |

18ME822 | TRIBOLOGY | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Understand the fundamentals of tribology and associated parameters. CO2 Apply concepts of tribology for the performance analysis and design of components experiencing relative motion. CO3 Analyse the requirements and design hydrodynamic journal and plane slider bearings for a given application. CO4 Select proper bearing materials and lubricants for a given tribological application. CO5 Apply the principles of surface engineering for different applications of tribology. |

18ME823 | NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTINGAND EVALUATION | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Classify various 145on-destructive testing methods. CO2 Check different metals and alloys by visual inspection method. CO3 Explain and perform non-destructive tests like Liquid penetrant test Magnetic particle test Ultrasonic test X- ray and Gamma ray radiography Leak Test Eddy current test. CO4 Identify defects using relevant NDT methods. CO5 Differentiate various defect types and select the appropriate NDT methods for betterevaluation. CO6 Document the testing and evaluation of the results. |

18ME824 | AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING | Course Outcomes ? To identify the different parts of an automobile and it?s working ? To understand the working of transmission and braking systems ? To comprehend the working of steering and suspension systems ? To learn various types of fuels and injection systems ?To know the cause of automobile emissions its effects on environment and methods to reduce the emissions. |

18ME825 | TOOL DESIGN | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Select appropriate cutting tools required for producing a component. CO2 Understand and interpret cutting tool and tool holder designation systems. CO3 Select suitable locating and clamping devices for a given component for various operations. CO4 Analyze and design a jig fixture for a given simple component. CO5 Understand various press tools and press tool operations. CO6 Classify and explain various die casting and injection moulding dies |

18MEL37A 47A | MATERIAL TESTING LAB | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Acquire experimentation skills in the field of material testing. CO2 Develop theoretical understanding of the mechanical properties of materials by performing experiments. CO3 Apply the knowledge to analyse a material failure and determine the failure inducing agent s. CO4 Apply the knowledge of testing methods in related areas. CO5 Understand how to improve structure behaviour of materials for various industrial applications. |

18MEL37B 47B | MECHANICAL MEASUREMENTS AND METROLOGY LAB | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Understand Calibration of pressure gauge thermocouple LVDT load cell micrometre. CO2 Apply concepts of Measurement of angle using Sine Centre Sine Bar Bevel Protractor alignment using Autocollimator Roller set. CO3 Demonstrate measurements using Optical Projector Tool maker microscope Optical flats. CO4 Analyse tool forces using Lathe Drill tool dynamometer. CO5 Analyse Screw thread parameters using 2-Wire or 3-Wire method gear tooth profile using gear tooth Vernier Gear tooth micrometre CO6 Understand the concepts of measurement of surface roughness |

18MEL38A 48A | WORKSHOP AND MACHINE SHOP PRACTICE | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 To read working drawings understand operational symbols and execute machining operations. CO2 Prepare fitting models according to drawings using hand tools- V-block marking gauge files hack saw drills etc. CO3 Understand integral parts of lathe shaping and milling machines and various accessories and attachments used. CO4 Select cutting parameters like cutting speed feed depth of cut and tooling for various machining operations. CO5 Perform cylindrical turning operations such as plain turning taper turning step turning thread Cutting facing knurling internal thread cutting eccentric turning and estimate cutting time. CO6 Perform machining operations such as plain shaping inclined shaping keyway cutting Indexing and Gear cutting and estimate cutting time. |

18MEL38B 48B | FOUNDRY FORGING AND WELDING LAB | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to Demonstrate various skills in preparation of molding sand for conducting tensile shear and compression tests using Universal sand testing machine. Demonstrate skills in determining permeability clay content and Grain Fineness Number of base sands. Demonstrate skills in preparation of forging models involving upsetting drawing and bending operations. |

18MEL57 | FLUID MECHANICS AND MACHINES LAB | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Perform experiments to determine the coefficient of discharge of flow measuring devices. CO2 Conduct experiments on hydraulic turbines and pumps to draw characteristics. CO3 Test basic performance parameters of hydraulic turbines and pumps and execute the knowledge in real life situations. CO4 Determine the energy flow pattern through the hydraulic turbines and pumps. CO5 Exhibit his competency towards preventive maintenance of hydraulic machines |

18MEL58 | ENERGY CONVERSION LABORATORY | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Perform experiments to determine the properties of fuels and oils. CO2 Conduct experiments on engines and draw characteristics. CO3 Test basic performance parameters of I.C. Engine and implement the knowledge in industry. CO4 Identify exhaust emission factors affecting them and exhibit his competency towards preventive maintenance of IC engines. |

18MEL66 | COMPUTER AIDED MODELLING AND ANALYSIS LAB | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Use the modern tools to formulate the problem create geometry descritize apply boundary conditions to solve problems of bars truss beams and plate to find stresses with different-loading conditions. CO2 Demonstrate the ability to obtain deflection of beams subjected to point uniformly distributed and varying loads and use the available results to draw shear force and bending moment diagrams. CO3 Analyze and solve 1D and 2D heat transfer conduction and convection problems with different boundary conditions. CO4 Carry out dynamic analysis and finding natural frequencies of beams plates and bars for various boundary conditions and also carry out dynamic analysis with forcing functions. |

18MEL67 | HEAT TRANSFER LAB | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Determine the thermal conductivity of a metal rod and overall heat transfer coefficient of composite slabs. CO2 Determine convective heat transfer coefficient for free and forced convection and correlate with theoretical values. CO3 Evaluate temperature distribution characteristics of steady and transient heat conduction through solid cylinder experimentally. CO4 Determine surface emissivity of a test plate and Stefan Boltzmann constant CO5 Estimate performance of a refrigerator and effectiveness of a fin and Double pipe heat exchanger |

18MEL76 | COMPUTRE AIDED MANUFACTURING LAB | |

18MEL77 | DESIGN LAB | Course Outcomes At the end of the course the student will be able to CO1 Compute the natural frequency of the free and forced vibration of single degree freedom systems critical speed of shafts. CO2 Carry out balancing of rotating masses. CO3 Analyse the governor characteristics. CO4 Determine stresses in disk beams plates and hook using photo elastic bench. CO5 Determination of Pressure distribution in Journal bearing CO6 Analyse the stress and strains using strain gauges in compression and bending test and stress distribution in curved beams. |

## Program Outcomes

**PO1** – Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

**PO2** – Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

**PO3** – Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

**PO4** – Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

**PO5** – Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

**PO6** – The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

**PO7** – Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

**PO8** – Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

**PO9** – Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

**PO10** – Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

**PO11** – Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

**PO12** – Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.