**MAT 204 – PROBABILITY, RANDOM PROCESS AND NUMERICAL METHODS**

- CO1 – Understand the concept, properties and important models of discrete random variables and using them, analyse suitable random phenomena.
- CO2 – Understand the concept, properties and important models of continuous random variables and,using them, analyse suitable random phenomena.
- CO3 – Analyze random processes using autocorrelation, power spectrum and Poisson process model as appropriate.
- CO4 – Compute roots of equations, evaluate definite integrals and perform interpolation on given numerical data using standard numerical techniques
- CO5 – Apply standard numerical techniques for solving systems of equations, fitting curves on given numerical data and solving ordinary differential equations.

**ECT 202 – ANALOG CIRCUITS**

- CO1 – Design analog signal processing circuits using diodes and first order RC circuit.
- CO2 – Analyse basic amplifiers using BJT.
- CO3 – Analyse basic amplifiers using MOSFET.
- CO4 – Analyse principle of oscillator and basic feedback amplifiers using BJT
- CO5 – Apply the principle of power amplifiers and regulated power supply circuits.

**ECT 204 – SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS**

- CO1 – Apply properties of signals and systems to classify them. Describe orthogonality of signals and convolution integral.
- CO2 – Represent signals with the help of series and transforms.
- CO3 – Apply Laplace and Fourier Transform to analyse continuous time LTI systems. Apply sampling theorem to discretize continuous time signals.
- CO4 – Apply Fourier Series and Fourier Transforms and its properties to analyse discrete time LTI systems.
- CO5 – Apply Z transform and its properties to analyse discrete time LTI systems.

**ECT 206 – COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE AND MICROCONTROLLERS**

- CO1 – Understanding algorithms for multiplication and division along with concepts regarding functional units and processor operations of different computer architectures.
- CO2 – Understanding architecture and instruction sets of 8051 microcontrollers.
- CO3 – Develop simple programs using assembly language programming to interface peripheral devices using ALP/Embedded C.
- CO4 – Develop sample programs related to timer modes, serial data transfer and understanding advanced RISC Machine Architecture.
- CO5 – Understanding different types of memory, its management and input output organization of Embedded Systems.

**EST 200 – DESIGN AND ENGINEERING**

- CO1 – Explain the different concepts and principles involved in design engineering.
- CO2 – Apply design thinking while learning and practicing engineering.
- CO3 – Develop innovative, reliable, sustainable and economically viable designs incorporating knowledge in engineering.
- CO4 – Have a broader perspective of design covering functions, cost, environmental sensitivity, safety and other factor other than engineering analysis.
- CO5 – Apply ethics and sustainability in design.

**MCN 202 – CONSTITUTION OF INDIA**

- CO1 – Explain the background of the present constitution of India and features.
- CO2 – Utilize the fundamental rights and duties.
- CO3 – Understand the working of the union executive, parliament and judiciary.
- CO4 – Understand the working of the state executive, legislature and judiciary.
- CO5 – Utilize the special provisions and statutory institutions and show national and patriotic spirit as responsible citizens of the country.

**ECL 202 – ANALOG CIRCUITS AND SIMULATION LAB**

- CO1 – Design and demonstrate the functioning of basic analog circuits using discrete components.
- CO2 – Design and simulate the functioning of basic analog circuits using simulation tools.
- CO3 – Function effectively as an individual and in a team to accomplish the given task.

**ECL 204 – MICROCONTROLLER LAB**

- CO1 – Write an Assembly language program/Embedded C program for performing data manipulation.
- CO2 – Develop ALP/Embedded C Programs to interface microcontroller with peripherals.
- CO3 – Perform programming/interfacing experiments with IDE for modern microcontrollers.

**ECT 292 – NANOELECTRONICS (HONOURS)**

- CO1 – Explain quantum mechanical effects associated with low dimensional semiconductors.
- CO2 – Explain the different processes involved in the fabrication of nanoparticles and nanolayers.
- CO3 – Explain the different techniques for characterizing nano layers and particles.
- CO4 – Explain the different transport mechanisms in nanostructures
- CO5 – Illustrate the operating principle of nanoscale electronic devices like SET, Resonant tunnelling devices, Quantum lasers etc.