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1 1) Chemical Engg. PEOs & POs Programme Educational Objectives The Programme has the following educational objectives: To prepare students for successful practice in diverse fields of chemical engineering such as pharmaceuticals, chemicals, polymers / advanced materials, energy, biotechnology and environmental engineering and in the fields of societal expectations on time. To prepare students for advanced studies in Chemical Engineering and its allied fields. To ensure our students are recognized for excellence and leadership and selected for high-ranking industrial, academic, government and other professional positions. To develop students skills and awareness to become socially, ethically and morally responsible individual in all the challenges they take over in our communities and in the field of chemical engineering. 2) Programme Outcomes The Programme Outcomes (POs) are as follows: (a) An ability to identify, formulates, and solve engineering problems: Students will be able to (1) combine mathematical and/or scientific principles to formulate models of chemical, physical, and/or biological processes and systems relevant to chemical engineering, (2) apply concepts of integral and differential calculus and/or statistics to solve chemical engineering problems, and (3) apply the governing equations and underlying concepts of material balances, energy balances, thermodynamics, heat transfer, mass transfer, fluid flow, chemical reaction kinetics, reaction engineering, separations, process dynamics, and/or process control to chemical engineering problems (b) An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs: Students will be able to (1) analyze and synthesize chemical engineering unit operations, including integrated complex systems consisting of multiple unit operations, and (2) include constraints such as economic, health and safety, ethical, environmental, and social considerations in designing systems and processes. (c) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data: Students will be able to (1) follow an experimental protocol with attention to safety, (2) operate laboratory and pilot scale equipment following a standard operating procedure, (3) use statistics to report confidence intervals, compare for significant differences, and judge whether an experimental variable has a significant effect on the measured outcome, (4) design and conduct an experiment which will test a given hypothesis, and (5) analyze and interpret experimental data. (d) An ability to communicate effectively: Students will be able to (1) produce effective written communication, (2) produce effective oral communication, and (3) adapt their presentation style and content to match the audience. (e) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility: Students will be able to (1) understand ethical aspects of chemical engineering, (2) understand the impact of the profession on society, and (3) understand the importance of professional excellence and service to the profession.

2 (f) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams: Students will be able to (1) demonstrate the ability to describe chemical engineering problems and solutions to people in other disciplines, (2) gain knowledge of technical skills, issues, and approaches germane to disciplines outside of chemical engineering, (3) solve problems in cooperation with a group of colleagues from other disciplines, and (4) lead effectively by drawing out the skills in others. (g) The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context: Students will have an understanding of (1) global economic, environmental, demographic and political issues, (2) the impact of engineering decisions on the local and global environment, economy, and society, and (3) cultures other than that from which they originate. (h) A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in lifelong learning: Students will (1) be proficient in the use of a variety of informational and educational media such as traditional textbooks, scientific and technical journals, the library system as a whole, the internet, and educational software, (2) have an understanding of and exposure to the breadth and structure of the professional and technical support system that will be available to the students upon graduation; this includes professional and technical societies, the continuing education needed to maintain professional relevance, and professional registration systems, (3) have an awareness of the dynamic, evolving nature of science, engineering, technology, and industry, and an understanding that learning does not end with a degree, and (4) have the ability to learn on their own. (i) A knowledge of contemporary issues: Students will be able to (1) identify and analyze current social, economic, political, and environmental issues, and (2) recognize the impact of technology on local, national, and international issues

3 2) Civil Engg. PEOs & POs 1) Programme Educational Objectives The Civil Engineering program will produce graduates that, within a few years of graduation, will 1. Actively engage in problem solving using engineering principles to address the evolving needs of the society 2. be able to succeed in positions in civil engineering practice or research, and in other fields they choose to pursue and enrol in advanced studies 3. Make ethical decisions and demonstrate a commitment to service to the profession and society. 4. Acquire a position or degree that values adaptability and innovation in their work. 5. Pursue lifelong learning, and to be leaders, both in their chosen profession and in other activities. 2) Programme Outcomes The Course outcomes of B. Tech. Civil Engineering program are given above and also in Program Curriculum section with respective subjects. The program outcomes are as follows. Parameters on which the PO's of the program are based are given as below and aim of PO's is to enable students to: a. Work in Civil Engineering sector which is involved with various aspects of planning, design, construction and operation of structures and systems. b. Design and analyse the complex problems and provide state of the art solutions. c. Contribute to the academic and research in the broad field of civil engineering. d. Develop knowledge and skills in the area of broad domain of civil engineering including construction technology, water resources, environmental engineering, geotechnical engineering, geospatial technology and transportation engineering. Program outcomes adopted for correlation to course outcomes. Graduates Attributes (GA's) form a set of individually assessable outcomes that are the components indicative of the graduate's potential to acquire competence to practice at the appropriate level. The GA's are indicators of the attributes expected of a graduate from an accredited program. The Graduates of this program must acquire: a. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to solve Civil engineering problems b. An ability to identify, formulate, design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data c. An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, safety, and sustainability d. An ability to understand engineering and management functions and to be able to function on multidisciplinary teams e. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve civil engineering problems f. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility to extend the social benefit of the civil engineering project g. An ability to communicate effectively to handle complex engineering

4 activities with the engineering community and the society at large, and should posses the skill of technical writing and effective presentation. h. The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, and societal context i. A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in independent lifelong learning to incorporate technological innovations j. A knowledge of contemporary issues and environment, k. An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice ) Computer Sci. & Engg. PEOs & POs 1) Programme Educational Objectives 1. Achieve the understanding of the basics and emerging techniques of a broad range of computer science and engineering concepts. Gain the ability to analyze and solve computer science and engineering problems through application of fundamental knowledge of maths, science, and engineering. 2. Learn to apply modern skills, techniques, and engineering tools to create computational systems. Understand the state of the art in the recent areas of research in computer science and engineering and to formulate problems from them and perform original work to contribute in the advancement of the state of the art. 3. To be able to adapt to the evolving technical challenges and changing career opportunities. Learn to effectively communicate ideas in oral, written, or graphical form and to promote collaboration with other members of engineering teams. 2) Programme Outcomes Programme Outcomes (POs) 1) To obtain sound knowledge in the theory, principles and applications of computer systems. 2) Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering in the design and development of software systems. 3) Configure recent software tools, apply test conditions, and deploy and manage them on computer systems. 4) Perform experiments on different software packages either obtain from external parties or developed by themselves and analyse the experimental results. 5) Design and develop software projects given their specifications and within performance and cost constraints. 6) Identify, formulate and solve software engineering problems and

5 understand the software project management principles. 7) Ability to understand the computing needs of inter-disciplinary scientific and engineering disciplines and design and develop algorithms and techniques for achieving these. 8) Acquire and understand new knowledge, use them to develop software products, and to understand the importance of lifelong learning. 9) Ability to extend the state of art in some of the areas of interest and create new knowledge. 10) Communicate effectively in oral, written and graphical form. 11) Work cooperatively, responsibly, creatively, and respectfully in teams. 12) Understand professional and ethical responsibilities and analyze the impact of computing on individuals, organizations, and the society ) Programme Educational Objectives 4) Electrical Engg. PEOs & POs The main Programme Educational Objectives of UG program are 1. To develop graduate engineers ready for modern electrical power and energy industry. 2. To develop graduate engineers having enhanced analytical skills to solve industrial problems. 3. To build the students capacity in pursuing skills and knowledge in the emerging areas of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. 4. To produce graduates with perspective for environmental issues by sensitizing and building the awareness of green technologies. 5. To produce graduates with problem solving culture through familiarization with the state-of-art facilities in Electrical and Electronics Engineering laboratories. 2. Programme Outcomes The Program Outcomes (POs) are as follows:- a. Work in industry and user departments with the knowledge of mathematics, science, and Electrical Engineering. b. Shoulder responsibilities in planning and utilization of Electrical Energy by analyzing the processes critically.. c. Design Electrical and Electronics systems to meet specific social needs. d. Analyze and model the Electrical and Electronics systems and hence effectively contribute towards research. e. Cope up with the state-of-art in Electrical and Electronics Engineering in tune with modern engineering tools. f. Contribute in academics by way of multidisciplinary works involving social health, safety, legal, and consequent responsibility.. g. Undertake project in emerging areas of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

6 through managerial skills. h. Communicate effectively with diverse audiences and able to write/present effective reports and design technical documentation. i. In pursuit of excellence, lifelong learning in the area of technological development is perceived by recognising the society needs.. j. Understand the importance of financial aspects in power system infrastructure development with ethical principles and social responsibilities. k. Appreciate the impact of industrial activities on global warming and finding the sustainable technical solutions through independent and reflective learning ) Electronics Engg. PEOs & Pos Programme Educational Objectives: I. To develop the ability among students to understand the concept of Mathematics, Physics and core electronics subjects which will facilitate understanding of new technology. II. To provide student with a strong foundation in the engineering fundamentals necessary to formulate, solve and analyze engineering problems and to prepare them for graduates studies, R&D, consultancy and higher learning. III. To build up skills to analyze the requirements of the electronics, understand the technical specifications, design and provide novel engineering solutions and efficient product design. IV. To prepare graduates who possess the necessary foundation required to take up gainful employment in core sector and allied sector or prepare them for a successful career and work professional to meet the technical acquaintance of Indian and multinational companies. V. To give exposures to emerging edge technologies, adequate training and opportunities to work as team on multidisciplinary projects with effective communication skills and leadership qualities. 2. Programme Outcomes Graduates in will be able to attain following outcomes: a. To gain necessary background in fundamentals engineering concepts to pursue undergraduates studies in electronics and Communication Engineering. b. Learn Electronics system design so to be part of ever growing electronics industry. c. Acquire through knowledge in Tele-communication, wireless communication system, data communication techniques, satellite communication which form the backbone of current communication technology. d. Learn to use digital signal processing, embedded systems and VLSI techniques for different engineering applications.

7 e. Develop the ability to analyze and solve real world engineering problems related to electronics and communication systems. f. Gain adequate technical and theoretical background of on programming techniques purse career in software industries. g. Design and implement complex systems as a part of Research Projects over two semesters h. Gain broad knowledge in multi-disciplinary subjects and domain knowledge to be a part of growing group of managers for industry through higher education studies leading MBA. i. Gain ability to understand patents, write term papers on advanced techniques in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering. 2. Programme Outcomes (POs) A. Additional Programme Outcomes (POs) 1. The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering has a strong focus on providing students with a strong background in mathematics, science and engineering. The department provides students with adequate practical training by way of laboratory sessions, design and problem based learning. 2. Students shall participate and succeed in competitive examinations such as GATE, GRE and TOEFL, PSUs and may admit to various programs like Master of Science (Abroad/ India), Master of Technology (India) and Doctor of Philosophy (India/ Abroad). 3. Students will be able to realize their ideas with the help of Incubation Centre established within college premises and will be able to participate in National / International level project (Design/ Coding) competitions organized by Industry/ Institutes. 4. With the help of technical and entrepreneur skills students will be able to employ appropriate techniques using hardware and software engineering tools for modern engineering applications and will demonstrate an ability to apply their knowledge of advanced mathematics and electronics engineering principles towards creating new technologies that helps students to establish their own industries/ ventures. 5. With the help of established laboratories (ATMEL MCU Centre, TEXAS INSTRUMENTS Analog Laboratory) students are working with cutting edge technology and can pursue their career in the specific areas. 6. By working amid project groups of various projects sponsored by DST, BARC (Govt. of India funded projects), students can participate and gain research experience which will be useful for pursuing a career in various government and private R&D centres in India and Abroad. 7. Through the work experience gained from summer / winter training programs conducted by the expert faculties from the department and at various reputed organizations in India and Abroad, students can have up to date knowledge of the specific field and can pursue career in that field

8 6) Mechanical Engg. PEOs & POs 1) Programme Educational Objectives PEOs of the B.Tech program are as following: (I) To impart to the students knowledge of contemporary science and mechanical engineering related subjects. (II) To enhance analytical skills of the students for decision making. (III) To provide opportunity to the students to expand their horizon beyond mechanical engineering. (IV) To prepare the students to take-up career in different industries or to pursue higher studies in mechanical and interdisciplinary programs. (V) To create awareness amongst the students towards social, environmental and energy related issues. (VI) To introduce the students to the professionalism and effective communication skills. 2.Programme Outcomes Programme Outcomes (POs) of the B.Tech program are as following: Sr. Type of No. courses 1 Core courses 2 Elective courses Course Outcomes (COs)* After acquiring requisite credits from the core courses, students will be equipped with the basic and fundamental knowledge of mechanical engineering and will be able to apply it to real life problems. Depending on their interests, students will be able to acquire detailed knowledge in the selected areas of mechanical engineering. Students will be able to diversify their knowledge domain in different engineering disciplines 3 Open courses 4 Projects Students will be able to apply knowledge gained through the above courses to real life problems on a specific topic. Also students will be able to exhibit their soft skills and ability to work in team. *They are framed for the first time, thus these will be refined in due course of time. POs of the B.Tech in mechanical engineering are as follows: Sr. No. Programme Outcomes (POs)* a) The graduates will be able to apply knowledge of basic sciences (maths, physics, chemistry etc.) and engineering (core and elective subjects) in getting solutions to mechanical engineering related problems. b) The graduates will be able to design and conduct experiments as well as analyze and interpret data. c) The graduates will be able to design a system or a component of a system for a specific task within realistic constraints d) The graduates will be able to undertake multi disciplinary courses and

9 tasks. e) The graduates will be able to formulate and apply the knowledge of mathematical techniques in solving the governing equations of a system under consideration. f) The graduates will be able to develop industrial and professional ethics and managerial skills. g) The graduates will be able to communicate effectively their point of views h) The graduates will be able to study the impact of mechanical systems on the global, economic, environmental and societal context. i) The graduates will acquire attitude for life- long learning j) The graduate will be able to use modern tools, software, equipments etc. to analyze and obtain solution to the problems. k) The graduates will be able to participate in competitive examinations for success. *They are framed for the first time, thus these will be refined in due course of time ) Mining Engg. PEOs & POs 1) PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES Graduates of the Programme will, 1. To train students to acquire knowledge in the areas of mining engineering processes, systems and technologies looking into industry and research needs exposing them to the latest technology. 2. To develop an understanding of the practical aspects of the mining industry and an appreciation for mining as a profession with regards to safety, technology, blasting and environment looking into economics and production. 3. To provide knowledge in the application of engineering principles pertaining to mine planning, decision making and systems and invoke the desire for continuing education, research, intellectual and professional development and creativity. 4. To produce industry ready mining engineers so that they can be directly employable. 5. To prepare research capability for advancement of the subject. 2) Programme Outcomes 1. An ability to design a safe mining practices through understanding various mining subjects. 2. Formulate a system, component, or process to meet desired needs of mining engineers within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental and social. 3. An ability to collaborate with multidisciplinary sciences and its application to mining.

10 4. Identify and formulate the scheme to solve technical problems. 5. Understanding of professional responsibility and skill. 6. Broad based mining education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context 7. Recognition of the need for conservation of reserves and development of safe technology survival in global environment. 8. Ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for mining engineering practices. 9. To understand engineering and management principles and its application through most rational approaches for the extraction of minerals ) Metallurgical And Material Engg. PEOs & POs 1) Programme Educational Objectives PEO1: To develop scientific concepts and analytical capabilities PEO2: To define and understand the engineering concepts involved in any problem in metallurgical and materials: production, processing, working and failure. PEO3: To create and improve various communication skill and acquaint with social and economic aspects of technology related to metal and materials. PEO4: To acquainted with details of the science and engineering involved in production, processing, function, failure of materials of various ferrous, non ferrous systems. PEO5: To prepare research capability for advancement of the subject. 2) Programme Outcomes 1. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to the discipline 2. An ability to design, formulate and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data 3. An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability 4. An ability to collaborate with multidisciplinary teams 5. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems 6. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility 7. An ability to communicate effectively 8. the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context

11 9. A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning 10. A knowledge of contemporary issues 11. An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. 12. An understanding of engineering and management principles and apply these to one s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects

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