## Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

The graduates of Computer Science and Engineering (DS) will be able to:

The graduates of Computer Science and Engineering (DS) will be able to:

The graduates of Computer Science and Engineering (DS) will be able to :

- Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
- Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.

The graduates of Computer Science and Engineering (DS) will be able to :

- MAT 101 LINEAR ALGEBRA AND CALCULUS
- PHT 100 ENGINEERING PHYSICS A
- EST 110 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS
- EST 120 BASICS OF CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
- HUN 101 LIFE SKILLS
- PHL 120 ENGINEERING PHYSICS LAB
- ESL 120 CIVIL AND MECHANICAL WORKSHOP

**MAT 101 – LINEAR ALGEBRA AND CALCULUS**

- CO1 – Solve systems of linear equations, diagonalize matrices and characterise quadratic forms.
- CO2 – Compute the partial and total derivatives and maxima and minima of multivariable functions.
- CO3 – Compute multiple integrals and apply them to find areas and volumes of geometrical shapes, mass and centre of gravity of plane laminas.
- CO4 – Perform various tests to determine whether a given series is convergent, absolutely,convergent or conditionally convergent.
- CO5 – Determine the Taylor and Fourier series expansion of functions and learn their applications.

**PHT 100 – ENGINEERING PHYSICS A**

- CO1 – Compute the quantitative aspects of waves and oscillations in engineering systems.
- CO2 – Apply the interaction of light with matter through interference, diffraction and identify these phenomena in different natural optical processes and optical instruments.
- CO3 – Analyze the behaviour of matter in the atomic and subatomic level through the principles of quantum mechanics to perceive the microscopic processes in electronic devices.
- CO4 – Classify the properties of magnetic materials and apply vector calculus to static magnetic fields and use Maxwell’s equations to diverse engineering problems.
- CO5 – Analyze the principles behind various superconducting applications, explain the working of solid state lighting devices and fibre optic communication system.

**EST 110 – ENGINEERING GRAPHICS**

- CO1 – Draw the projection of points and lines located in different quadrants.
- CO2 – Prepare multiview orthographic projections of objects by visualizing them in different positions.
- CO3 – Draw sectional views and develop surfaces of a given object.
- CO4 – Prepare pictorial drawings using the principles of isometric and perspective projections to visualize objects in three dimensions.
- CO5 – Convert 3D views to orthographic views. Obtain multiview projections and solid models of objects using CAD tools.

**EST 120 – BASICS OF CIVIL & MECHANICAL ENGINEERING**

- CO1 – Recall the role of civil engineer in society, relate the various disciplines of Civil Engineering and explain different types of buildings and building components
- CO2 – Describe the importance, objectives and principles of surveying and explain different types of building materials
- CO3 – Explain building construction, summarise the basic infrastructure services MEP, HVAC, elevators, escalators and ramps and discuss the materials, energy systems, water management and environment for green buildings.

**HUN101 – LIFE SKILLS**

- CO1 – Define and Identify different life skills required in personal and professional life.
- CO2 – Develop an awareness of the self and apply well-defined techniques to cope with emotions and stress.
- CO3 – Explain the basic mechanics of effective communication through presentations.
- CO4 – Take part in group discussions.
- CO5 – Use appropriate thinking and problem-solving techniques to solve new problems.
- CO6 – Understand the basics of teamwork and leadership.

**EST 102 – PROGRAMMING IN C**

- CO1 – Analyze a computational problem and develop an algorithm/flowchart to find its solution.
- CO2 – Develop Readable C programs with branching and looping statements which uses Arithmetic, Logical or relational operators.
- CO3 – Write Readable C programs with arrays, structure or union for storing the data to be processed.
- CO4 – Divide a given computational problem into a number of modules and develop a readable multi-function C program by using recursion if required, to find the solution to the computational problem.
- CO5 – Write Readable C programs which use pointers for array processing and parameter passing. Analyse the effects of moving loads on structures using influence lines.

**PHL120 – ENGINEERING PHYSICS LAB**

- CO1 – Develop analytical/experimental skills and impart prerequisite hands on experience for engineering laboratories.
- CO2 – Understand the need for precise measurement practices for data recording.
- CO3 – Understand the principle, concept, working and applications of relevant technologies and comparison of results with theoretical calculations.
- CO4 – Analyze the techniques and skills associated with modern scientific tools such as lasers and fiber optics.

**ESL120 – CIVIL AND MECHANICAL WORKSHOP**

- CO1 – Name different devices and tools used for civil engineering measurements.
- CO2 – Explain the use of various tools and devices for various field measurements.
- CO3 – Demonstrate the steps involved in basic civil engineering activities like plot measurement, setting out operation, evaluating the natural profile of land, plumbing and undertaking simple construction work.
- CO4 – Choose materials and methods required for basic civil engineering activities like field measurements, masonry work and plumbing.
- CO5 – Compare different techniques and devices used in civil engineering measurements.

- MAT 101 LINEAR ALGEBRA AND CALCULUS
- CYT 100 ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY
- EST 100 ENGINEERING MECHANICS
- EST 130 BASICS OF ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
- HUN 101 LIFE SKILLS
- CYL 120 ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY LAB
- ESL 130 ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS WORKSHOP

- MAT 102 VECTOR CALCULUS, DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS AND TRANSFORMS
- PHT 100 ENGINEERING PHYSICS A
- EST 110 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS
- EST 120 BASICS OF CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
- HUN 102 PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION
- EST 102 PROGRAMMING IN C
- PHL 120 ENGINEERING PHYSICS LAB
- ESL 120 CIVIL AND MECHANICAL WORKSHOP

- MAT 203 DISCRETE MATHEMATICAL STRUCTURES
- CST 201 DATA STRUCTURES
- CST 203 LOGIC SYSTEM DESIGN
- CST 205 OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING USING JAVA
- HUT 200 PROFESSIONAL ETHICS
- MCN 201 SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING
- CSL 201 DATA STRUCTURES LAB
- CSL 203 OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING LAB (IN JAVA)
- ECT 281 ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS (MINOR)

**MAT 101 – LINEAR ALGEBRA AND CALCULUS**

- CO1 – Solve systems of linear equations, diagonalize matrices and characterise quadratic forms.
- CO2 – Compute the partial and total derivatives and maxima and minima of multivariable functions.
- CO3 – Compute multiple integrals and apply them to find areas and volumes of geometrical shapes, mass and centre of gravity of plane laminas.
- CO4 – Perform various tests to determine whether a given series is convergent, absolutely, convergent or conditionally convergent.
- CO5 – Determine the Taylor and Fourier series expansion of functions and learn their applications.

**CYT 100 – ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY**

- CO1 – Apply the basic concepts of electrochemistry and corrosion to explore its possible applications in various engineering fields.
- CO2 – Understand various spectroscopic techniques like UV-Visible, IR, NMR and its applications.

- CO3 – Apply the knowledge of analytical methods for characterizing a chemical compound. Understand the basic concept of SEM for surface characterisation of nanomaterials.
- CO4 – Learn about the basics of stereochemistry and its application.Apply the knowledge of conducting polymers in engineering.
- CO5 – Study various types of water treatment methods to develop skills for treating wastewater.

**EST 100 – ENGINEERING MECHANICS**

- CO1 – Recall principles and theorems related to rigid body mechanics.
- CO2 – Identify and describe the components of system of forces acting on the rigid body.
- CO3 – Apply the conditions of equilibrium to various practical problems involving different force system.
- CO4 – Choose appropriate theorems, principles or formulae to solve problems of mechanics.
- CO5 – Solve problems involving rigid bodies, applying the properties of distributed areas and masses.

**EST130 – BASICS OF ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING**

- CO1 – Apply fundamental concepts and circuit laws to solve simple DC electric circuits.
- CO2 – Develop and solve models of magnetic circuits.
- CO3 – Apply the fundamental laws of electrical engineering to solve simple ac circuits in steady state.
- CO4 – Familiarization of active and passive components and its basic principles
- CO5 – Outline the principle of voltage amplifier and Electronic instrumentation system.
- CO6 – Explain the principle of radio and cellular communication.

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**HUN101 – LIFE SKILLS**

- CO1 – Define and Identify different life skills required in personal and professional life.
- CO2 – Develop an awareness of the self and apply well-defined techniques to cope with emotions and stress.
- CO3 – Explain the basic mechanics of effective communication through presentations.
- CO4 – Take part in group discussions.
- CO5 – Use appropriate thinking and problem-solving techniques to solve new problems.
- CO6 – Understand the basics of teamwork and leadership.

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**ESL130 – ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS WORKSHOP**

- CO1 – Demonstrate safety measures against electric shocks
- CO2 – Identify the tools used for electrical wiring, electrical accessories, wires, cables, batteries and standard symbols.
- CO3 – Develop the connection diagram, identify the suitable accessories and materials necessary for wiring simple lighting circuits for domestic buildings.
- CO4 – Identify and test various electronic components. Draw circuit schematics with EDA tools.
- CO5 – Assemble and test electronic circuits on boards.
- CO6 – Work in a team with good interpersonal skills.

**CYL 120 – ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY LAB**

- CO1 – Understand and practise different techniques of quantitative chemical analysis to generate experimental skills and apply these skills to various analyses.
- CO2 – Develop skills relevant to synthesise organic polymers and acquire the practical skill to use TLC for the identification of drugs.
- CO3 – Acquire the ability to understand, explain and use instrumental techniques for chemical analysis.
- CO4 – Learn to design and carry out scientific experiments as well as accurately record and analyse the results of such experiments.

**MAT 102 – VECTOR CALCULUS, DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS AND TRANSFORMS**

- CO1 – Compute the derivatives and line integrals of vector functions and learn their applications.
- CO2 – Evaluate surface and volume integrals and learn their inter-relations and applications.
- CO3 – Solve homogeneous and non-homogeneous linear differential equation with constant coefficients.
- CO4 – Compute Laplace transform and apply them to solve ODEs arising in engineering.
- CO5 – Determine the Fourier transforms of functions and apply them to solve problems arising in engineering.

**PHT 100 – ENGINEERING PHYSICS A**

- CO1 – Compute the quantitative aspects of waves and oscillations in engineering systems.
- CO2 – Apply the interaction of light with matter through interference, diffraction and identify these phenomena in different natural optical processes and optical instruments.
- CO3 – Analyze the behaviour of matter in the atomic and subatomic level through the principles of quantum mechanics to perceive the microscopic processes in electronic devices.
- CO4 – Classify the properties of magnetic materials and apply vector calculus to static magnetic fields and use Maxwell’s equations to diverse engineering problems.
- CO5 – Analyze the principles behind various superconducting applications, explain the working of solid state lighting devices and fibre optic communication system.

**EST 110 – ENGINEERING GRAPHICS**

- CO1 – Draw the projection of points and lines located in different quadrants.
- CO2 – Prepare multiview orthographic projections of objects by visualizing them in different positions.
- CO3 – Draw sectional views and develop surfaces of a given object.
- CO4 – Prepare pictorial drawings using the principles of isometric and perspective projections to visualize objects in three dimensions.
- CO5 – Convert 3D views to orthographic views. Obtain multiview projections and solid models of objects using CAD tools.

**HUN 102 – PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION **

- CO1 – Develop vocabulary and language skills relevant to engineering as a profession.
- CO2 – Analyse, interpret and effectively summarise a variety of textual content.
- CO3 – Create effective technical presentations.
- CO4 – Discuss a given technical/non-technical topic in a group setting and arrive at generalisations/consensus.

- CO5 – Identify drawbacks in listening patterns and apply listening techniques for specific needs.
- CO6 – Create professional and technical documents that are clear and adhering to all the necessary conventions.

**EST 120 – BASICS OF CIVIL & MECHANICAL ENGINEERING**

- CO1 – Recall the role of civil engineer in society, relate the various disciplines of Civil Engineering and explain different types of buildings and building components
- CO2 – Describe the importance, objectives and principles of surveying and explain different types of building materials
- CO3 – Explain building construction, summarise the basic infrastructure services MEP, HVAC, elevators, escalators and ramps and discuss the materials, energy systems, water management and environment for green buildings.

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**EST 102 – PROGRAMMING IN C**

- CO1 – Analyze a computational problem and develop an algorithm/flowchart to find its solution.
- CO2 – Develop Readable C programs with branching and looping statements which uses Arithmetic, Logical or relational operators.
- CO3 – Write Readable C programs with arrays, structure or union for storing the data to be processed.
- CO4 – Divide a given computational problem into a number of modules and develop a readable multi-function C program by using recursion if required, to find the solution to the computational problem.
- CO5 – Write Readable C programs which use pointers for array processing and parameter passing. Analyse the effects of moving loads on structures using influence lines.

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**PHL120 – ENGINEERING PHYSICS LAB**

- CO1 – Develop analytical/experimental skills and impart prerequisite hands on experience for engineering laboratories.
- CO2 – Understand the need for precise measurement practices for data recording.
- CO3 – Understand the principle, concept, working and applications of relevant technologies and comparison of results with theoretical calculations.
- CO4 – Analyze the techniques and skills associated with modern scientific tools such as lasers and fiber optics.

**ESL120 – CIVIL AND MECHANICAL WORKSHOP**

- CO1 – Name different devices and tools used for civil engineering measurements.
- CO2 – Explain the use of various tools and devices for various field measurements.
- CO3 – Demonstrate the steps involved in basic civil engineering activities like plot measurement, setting out operation, evaluating the natural profile of land, plumbing and undertaking simple construction work.
- CO4 – Choose materials and methods required for basic civil engineering activities like field measurements, masonry work and plumbing.
- CO5 – Compare different techniques and devices used in civil engineering measurements.

**MAT 203 – DISCRETE MATHEMATICAL STRUCTURES**

- CO1- Check the validity of predicates in Propositional and Quantified Propositional Logic using truth tables, deductive reasoning and inference theory on Propositional Logic
- CO2 – Solve counting problems by applying the elementary counting techniques – Rule of Sum, Rule of Product, Permutation, Combination, Binomial Theorem, Pigeonhole Principle and Principle of Inclusion and Exclusion
- CO3 – Classify binary relations into various types and illustrate an application for each type of binary relation, in Computer Science, illustrate an application for Partially Ordered Sets and Complete Lattices, in Computer Science.
- CO4 – Explain Generating Functions and solve First Order and Second Order Linear Recurrence Relations with Constant Coefficients.
- CO5 – Illustrate the abstract algebraic systems – Semigroups, Monoids, Group Homomorphism and Isomorphism of Monoids and Groups.

**CST 201 – DATA STRUCTURES**

- CO1 – Design an algorithm for a computational task and calculate the time/space complexities of that algorithm.
- CO2 – Identify the suitable data structure (array) to represent a data item required to be processed to solve a given computational problem and write an algorithm to find the solution of the computational problem.
- CO3 – Identify the suitable data structure (linked list) to represent a data item required to be processed to solve a given computational problem and write an algorithm to find the solution of the computational problem.
- CO4 – Write an algorithm to find the solution of a computational problem by selecting an appropriate data structure (binary tree/graph) to represent a data item to be processed
- CO5 – Select appropriate sorting algorithms to be used in specific circumstances. Store a given dataset using an appropriate Hash Function to enable efficient access of data in the given set. Design and implement Data Structures for solving real world problems efficiently.

**CST 203 – LOGIC SYSTEM DESIGN**

- CO1 – Illustrate decimal, binary, octal, hexadecimal and BCD number systems, perform conversions among them and do the operations – complementation, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division on binary numbers
- CO2 – Simplify a given Boolean Function and design a combinational circuit to implement the simplified function using Digital Logic Gates
- CO3 – Design combinational circuits – Adders, Code Convertors, Decoders, Magnitude Comparators, Parity Generator/Checker and design the Programmable Logic Devices – ROM and PLA.
- CO4 – Design sequential circuits – Registers, Counters and Shift Registers.
- CO5 – Use algorithms to perform addition and subtraction on binary, BCD and floating point numbers

**CST 205 – OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING USING JAVA**

- CO1 – Understand and differentiate the Approaches to Software Design. Understand the object oriented concepts (classes, objects, constructors, data hiding, inheritance and polymorphism) and Java Apply the Object modeling using UML
- CO2 – Utilize datatypes, operators and control statements. Apply the basic OOPs using Java
- CO3 – Utilize built in packages & interfaces, Input/output Streams and Files in Java to develop programs Illustrate how robust programs can be written in Java using exception handling mechanism
- CO4 – Understand and utilize the Advanced features of Java. (Java Library, Collections framework, Collections Class and Event Handling) Write application programs in Java using multithreading and database connectivity.
- CO5 – Write Graphical User Interface based application programs by utilizing event handling features and Swing in Java. Understand and apply the Concepts of creating and executing queries in Java Database Connectivity (JDBC).

**HUT 200 – PROFESSIONAL ETHICS**

- CO1 – Understand the core values that shape the ethical behavior of a professional.
- CO2 – Adopt a good character and follow an ethical life.
- CO3 – Explain the role and responsibility in technical development by keeping personal ethics and legal ethics.
- CO4 – Solve moral and ethical problems through exploration and assessment by established experiments.
- CO5 – Apply the knowledge of human values and social values to contemporary ethical dilemmas and global issues.

**MCN 201 – SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING**

- CO1 – Understand the relevance and the concept of sustainability and the global initiatives in this direction
- CO2 – Explain the different types of environmental pollution problems and their sustainable solutions
- CO3 – Discuss the environmental regulations and standards
- CO4 – Outline the concepts related to conventional and non-conventional energy
- CO5 – Demonstrate the broad perspective of sustainable practices by utilizing engineering knowledge and principles

**CSL 201 – DATA STRUCTURES LAB**

- CO1 – Write a time/space efficient program using arrays/linked lists/trees/graphs to provide necessary functionalities meeting a given set of user requirements
- CO2 – Write a time/space efficient program to sort a list of records based on a given key in the record
- CO3 – Design and implement an efficient data structure to represent given data
- CO4 – Write a time/space efficient program to convert an arithmetic expression from one notation to another
- CO5 – Write a program using linked lists to simulate Memory Allocation and Garbage Collection

**CSL 203 – OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING LAB IN JAVA**

- CO1 – Implement the Object Oriented concepts – constructors, inheritance, method overloading & overriding and polymorphism in Java.
- CO2 – Implement programs in Java which use datatypes, operators, control statements, built in packages & interfaces, Input/output streams and Files
- CO3 – Implement robust application programs in Java using exception handling
- CO4 – Implement application programs in Java using multithreading and database connectivity
- CO5 – Implement Graphical User Interface based application programs by utilizing event handling features and Swing in Java.

**ECT281 – ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS**

- CO1 – Realize simple circuits using diodes, resistors and capacitors
- CO2 – Design amplifier and oscillator circuits
- CO3 – Design Power supplies, D/A and A/D convertors for various applications
- CO4 – Design and analyse circuits using operational amplifiers

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