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 110 – ENGINEERING PHYSICS B
- 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 – Apply the knowledge of ultrasonic in non-destructive testing and use the principles of acoustics to explain the nature and characterization of acoustic design and to provide a safe and healthy environment
- CO5 – Apply the comprehended knowledge about laser and fibre optic communication systems in various engineering application.
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.
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 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 – Apply modern instruments like CRO, strain gauge to measure the basic physical quantities viz. frequency and amplitude of a wave pattern, strain etc. Carryout measurement of wave pattern in a stretched string and the corresponding frequency values using a Melde’s string apparatus
- CO2 – Determine the wavelength of monochromatic beam of light and thickness of micro-thin object etc. by forming Newton’s rings pattern and an air wedge fringe pattern
- CO3 – Carryout the measurement of wavelength by diffraction of plane transmission grating and the spectra formed by a monochromatic beam of light and a laser.
- CO4 – Determine the wavelength of a laser beam using the plane transmission Measurement of numerical aperture of an optic fibre and evaluate the properties of a solar cell and LED through its I-V characteristics.
- CO5 – Determine the velocity of ultrasonic waves in liquid using ultrasonic diffractometer. Compare the magnetic moment of various magnets and determine the magnetic flux density using deflection/vibration Magnetometer.
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.