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 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
EST 130 – BASICS OF ELECTRICAL AND 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 – Describe working of a voltage amplifier
- CO5 – Outline the principle of an electronic instrumentation system
- CO6 – Explain the principle of radio and cellular communication
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
- C06 – 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, Relational or Bitwise 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
PHL 120 – 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.
- CO5 – Develop basic communication skills through working in groups in performing the laboratory experiments and by interpreting the results
ESL 130 – 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 – Work in a team with good interpersonal skills
- CO5 – Identify and test various electronic components
- CO6 – Draw circuit schematics with EDA tools
- CO7 – Assemble and test electronic circuits on boards
- CO8 – Work in a team with good interpersonal skills