# Course Outcomes

July 22, 2023 2023-07-26 9:47## Course Outcomes

## Electronics & Communication Engineering

## Course Outcomes

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COURSE: C111: English | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C111.1 | Displaying past culture, tradition, speaking English in real life situations | L3 |

C111.2 | Determining the admonitions of a father to his daughter, answering a series of questions, greetings and leave takings | L3 |

C111.3 | Summarizing Stephen Hacking’s contribution, writing letters on various contexts , writing cover letters, CVs, E-mail etiquette | L2 |

C111.4 | Explaining the struggles of Wangari Maathai’s life and seeking permissions, requesting, Inviting. | L4 |

C111.5 | Examining the life of Steve job’s life story and formal writing academic proposals, research articles, Technical Vocabulary | L3 |

COURSE: C112: Mathematics – 1 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C112.1 | Utilize mean value theorems to real life problems. | L3 |

C112.2 | Solve the differential equations related to various engineering fields | L3 |

C112.3 | Solve the differential equations related to various engineering fields. | L3 |

C112.4 | Familiarize with functions of several variables which is useful in optimization. | L3 |

C112.5 | Apply double integration technique in evaluating areas bounded by the region. | L5 |

COURSE: C113 : APPLIED CHEMISTRY | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C113.1 | The advantages and limitations of plastic materials and their use in design would be understood. Analyze the different types of composite plastic materials and interpret the mechanism of conduction in conducting polymers. | L1 |

C113.2 | Utilize the theory of construction of electrodes, batteries and fuel cells in redesigning new engineering products. Reasons for corrosion and some methods of corrosion control would be understood. | L2 |

C113.3 | Semi-conductance phenomenon is better understood. The students would be now aware of materials like nano-materials and fullerenes and their uses. Similarly liquid crystals and superconductors are understood. | L3 |

C113.4 | Analyze the principles of different analytical instruments and their applications and obtain the knowledge of spectroscopy and the students are exposed to non-conventional energy sources. | L3 |

C113.5 | Obtain the knowledge of computational chemistry and molecular machines. | L2 |

COURSE: C114 : Programming for problem solving using C | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C114.1 | Apply the fundamendals of Computer,C language and Comprehend the general structure of C Program | L3 |

C114.2 | Make use of Bitwise operators,Decission and Looping statements to design efficient C program construct for a givenproblem. | L3 |

C114.3 | Design an application using the concept of Arrays ,Strings,Enumerated,Structures and Union to solve real world problem | L6 |

C114.4 | Apply the concept of Processor commands, pointer & it’s applications | L3 |

C114.5 | Analyze the concept of functions and file management to support reusability | L4 |

COURSE: C115 : Engineering Drawing | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C115.1 | Understand Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing& construct Polygons ,Engineering,curves,Scales as per given conditions | L3 |

C115.2 | Understand the Fundamentals of Ortthographic Projections &Draw the Projection of Points,lines under different conditions | L3 |

C115.3 | Draw the Projection of Planes under different conditions | L3 |

C115.4 | Draw the Projection of Solids under different conditions | L3 |

C115.5 | Draw Orthographic view from Isometric view of simple objects and vice-versa, Understand Basic AutoCAD Commands | L3 |

COURSE: C116 : English communication skills lab | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C116.1 | Explaining consonants, vowels, plural marker rules, past tense and pronunciation. | L4 |

C116.2 | Categorizing the rules of syllable, aspiration pronunciation rules, word stress and accent in poly syllabic word. | L2 |

C116.3 | Experimenting on Rhythm, tone and intonation | L3 |

C116.4 | Illustrating common errors in pronunciation and Accent neutralization. | L4 |

C116.5 | Writing news reports and practicing News paper reading. | L6 |

COURSE: C117 : APPLIED CHEMISTRY LAB | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C117.1 | Titrating the given sample to get quantitative analysis | L4 |

C117.2 | Conductometric/potentiometric titration to get the neutralization point of the given sample | L6 |

C117.3 | Preparation of some complex compounds | L6 |

COURSE: C118 : Programming for problem solving using c lab | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C118.1 | Identify the commonly used operations and apply control statements | L3 |

C118.2 | organize the data in one , two or multi dimentions arrays and also apply in-built string handling function | L3 |

C118.3 | Apply the pointers, memory allocation techniques on array | L3 |

C118.4 | Analyzing the complexity of problems, Modularize the problems into small modules and then convert them into programs | L4 |

C118.5 | Create file and store the real time data permenantly using files | L6 |

COURSE: C121 : Mathematics -II | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C121.1 | Devolp the use of matrix alegbra techniques, system of linear algebric equations using gauss elimination, gauss Jordan,gaussseiedel. | L5 |

C121.2 | Finding inverse and power of a matrix by caley-Hamilton theorem. | L4 |

C121.3 | Evaluating approxmiating the roots of polynomial and transcendental equations by different algorithms. | L5 |

C121.4 | Apply Newton’s forward & backward interpolation and Langranges formula for equal and unequal intervals. | L3 |

C121.5 | Apply different algorithms for approximating the solutions of ordinary differential equations to its analytical computation. | L3 |

COURSE: C122 : Applied physics | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C122.1 | Analyze the differences between interference and diffraction with applications | L4 |

C122.2 | Describe the construction and working principles of various types of lasers and optical fibers | L1 |

C122.3 | Identify the role of Schrodinger’s time independent wave equation in studying particle in one-dimensional infinite potential well | L3 |

C122.4 | Explain the concept of dielectric constant and polarization in dielectric materials and the concept of Hysteresis in magnetic materials | L2 |

C122.5 | Classify superconductors based on Meissner’s effect | L2 |

COURSE: C123 : Object oriented programming through java | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C123.1 | Illustrate the basic principles of the object-orientedprogramming | L2 |

C123.2 | Categeorize Inheritance and Polymorphism concepts | L4 |

C123.3 | Construct GUI and event-drivenprogramming | L3 |

C123.4 | Evaluate I/O programming and explain Random access files | L5 |

C123.5 | Analyze multithreaded programming | L4 |

COURSE: C124 : Network Analysis | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C124.1 | Explain the electrical network elements, parameters, their combinations, behavior, Laws, analysis, different A.C sources, parameters, Phasor representations, Analysis of networks. (Understanding i.e L1) | L2 |

C124.2 | Analyze the transients using differential equations. (Analyzing i.e L4) | L4 |

C124.3 | Explain the steady state analysis of A.C circuits from response, characteristic, and relations between different elements, complex number representations, and conversion of networks. (Understanding i.e L1) | L2 |

C124.4 | Analyze the magnetically coupled inductive coils, resonance frequency, types of resonance circuits. Analyzingy different Network theorems to different electrical networks for responses. (Analyzing i.e L4) | L4 |

C124.5 | Analyze the two port electrical networks for different sources. (Analyzing i.e L4) | L4 |

COURSE:C125 : Basic electrical engineering | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C125.1 | Relate spatially displaced armature windings for the generation of various magnetic fields in AC machines | L2 |

C125.2 | Identify different types of armature windings and winding factors for calculating induced EMF | L3 |

C125.3 | Illustrate the electromagnetic laws for the operation of three phase synchronous and asynchronous machines. | L2 |

C125.4 | Explain different tests for calculating the performance parameters of three phase induction motors. | L2 |

C125.5 | : Explain the fundamental control practices like starting, reversing and speed control strategies for different applications | L2 |

COURSE: C126 : Electronic workshop lab | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C126.1 | Identify the type of Diodes, Transistors, resistors,and capacitors Electronic Circuits based on syllabus. | L3 |

L3 | ||

C126.2 | Apply the knowledge of diodes, transistors and fiters for the designing the electronic circuits. | L3 |

C126.3 | Interpret the mathematical models of current and voltage of diodes. | L2 |

C126.4 | Analyze the characterstics of diodes,bipolar junction transistors. | L4 |

COURSE: C127 : BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LAB | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C127.1 | Identify the performance of DC machines and transformers. | L3 |

C127.2 | Explain the DC shunt machines. | L2 |

C127.3 | Explain the performance of 1-phasetransformer. | L2 |

C127.4 | Identify the tests on 3-phase induction motor and alternator to determine theirperformance characteristics. | L3 |

COURSE: C128 : APPLIED PHYSICS LAB | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C128.1 | Determine thickness of a paper with the concept of interference | L3 |

C128.2 | Estimate the wavelength of LASER Source using diffraction grating | L3 |

C128.3 | Determine the resistivity of the given semiconductor using four probe method | L3 |

C128.4 | Calculate the band gap of a given semiconductor | L3 |

C128.5 | Apply the relation between magnetic and electric fields by Stewart-Gees apparatus | L3 |

COURSE: C129: Environmental science | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C129.1 | The concepts of the ecosystem and its function in the environment. The need for protecting the producers and consumers in various ecosystems and their role in the food web. | L1 |

C129.2 | The natural resources and their importance for the sustenance of the life and recognize the need to conserve the natural resources. | L1 |

C129.3 | The biodiversity of India and the threats to biodiversity, and conservation practices to protect the biodiversity. | L1 |

C129.4 | Various attributes of the pollution and their impacts and measures to reduce or control the pollution along with waste management practices. | L1 |

C129.5 | Social issues both rural and urban environment and the possible means to combat the challenges. The environmental legislations of India and the first global initiatives towards sustainable development. About environmental assessment and the stages involved in EIA and the environmental audit. | L1 |

COURSE: C211 : ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND CIRCUITS | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C211.1 | Explain the basic concepts and fundamentals of semi-conductor physics and characteristics of PN junction diode | L2 |

C211.2 | Examine the characteristics of special diodes and the application of diodes as rectifiers with and without filters. | L4 |

C211.3 | Explain the operation of BJT and FET with characteristics. | L2 |

C211.4 | Illustrate different biasing circuits using BJT and FETS to calculate stability parameters. | L2 |

C211.5 | Summarize the design of small-signal low-frequency amplifier models for simple applications. | L2 |

COURSE: C212 : SWITHCHING THEPORY AND LOGIC DESIGN | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C212.1 | Distinguish the number systems, boolean theorems and logical operations | L4 |

C212.2 | Explain minimization techniques and combinational logic circuits | L2 |

C212.3 | Illustrate various combinational logic circuits and applications | L2 |

C212.4 | Apply knowledge of flip-flops in designing of registers and counters. | L3 |

C212.5 | Analyze innovative designs by following the traditional design techniques | L4 |

COURSE: C213 : Signals and Systems | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C213.1 | Illustrate the basic idea of signals and systems | L2 |

C213.2 | Analyze the frequency domain representation of signals using FS and FT | L4 |

C213.3 | Analyze the systems based on their properties and determine the response of LTI and LTV Systems | L4 |

C213.4 | Apply sampling theorem to convert continuous time signals to discrete time signals. | L3 |

C213.5 | Apply Laplace and z-transforms to Solve Signals and Systems (continuous&discrete). | L3 |

COURSE: C214 : Mathematics-III | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C211.1 | Interpret the physical meaning of different operators such as gradient,curl& divergence. Estimate the work done against a field,circulation and flux using vector calculus | L5 |

C211.2 | Apply the Laplace transform for solving differential equations | L5 |

C211.3 | Compute the Fourier series of periodic signals & to apply integral expressions for the forwards and inverse Fourier transform to a range of non-periodic waveforms | L3 |

C211.4 | Identify solutions methods for partial differential equations that model physical processes | L3 |

C211.5 | Solve linear partial differential equations with constant coefficients | L3 |

COURSE: C215 : Random variables and stochastic process | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome Statement | Taxonomy Level |

C215.1 | Understand the axiomatic formulation of modern Probability Theory and think of random variables as an intrinsic need for the analysis of random phenomena.. | L2 |

C215.2 | Identify different types of random variables and compute statistical averages of these random variables. | L2 |

C215.3 | Analyze the joint distribution and marginal distribution functions of multiple random variables. | L4 |

C215.4 | Classify the random processes in the time and frequency domains | L4 |

C215.5 | Analyze the LTI systems with random inputs. | L4 |

COURSE: C216 : OOPS through JAVA Lab | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C216.1 | Identify classes, objects, members of a class and the relationship among them needed for a specific problem | L3 |

C216.2 | Implement programs to distinguish different forms of inheritance | L3 |

C216.3 | Create packages and to reuse them | L6 |

C216.4 | Develop programs using ExceptionHandling mechanism | L3 |

C216.5 | Develop multithreaded application using synchronization concept. | L3 |

C216.6 | Design GUI based applications using Swings and AWT. | L6 |

COURSE: C217 :Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome Statement | Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C217.1 | Define the digital trainer Kit and associated equipment. | L1 |

C217.2 | Understand the operations of different logic gates. | L2 |

C217.4 | Analysis the working of Half adders and full Adders. | L4 |

C217.5 | Examine the behavior of sequential circuits, multiplexers & de-multiplexers using digital IC’s. | L4 |

C217.8 | Explain BCD to seven segment displays, Designing of various types of sequential circuits like flip flops, registers. | L2 |

COURSE: C218 : Switching Theory and logic design lab | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome Statement | Taxonomy Level |

C218.1 | Define the digital trainer Kit and associated equipment. | L1 |

C218.2 | Understand the operations of different logic gates. | L2 |

C218.3 | Analysis the working of Half adders and full Adders. | L4 |

C218.4 | Examine the behavior of sequential circuits, multiplexers & de-multiplexers using digital IC’s. | L4 |

C218.5 | Explain BCD to seven segment displays, Designing of various types of sequential circuits like flip flops, registers. | L2 |

COURSE: C219 : Python programming | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C219.1 | Identify the commonly used operations and apply control statements | L3 |

C219.2 | compare the core data structures like lists, dictionaries, tuples and sets in Python to store, process and sort the data | L4 |

C219.3 | Divide the problem in terms of functions , Modules and Packages, exceptions | L4 |

C219.4 | Interpret the concepts of Object-oriented programming and perform the diffrent testing cases | L3 |

C219.5 | design the differnt graphic programs using turtle | L6 |

COURSE: C221 : Electronic circuits analysis | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C221.1 | Ability to analyse small signal high freq transistor amplifier using bjt and fet | L4 |

C221.2 | Ability to explain about the multistage amplifier using bjt and fet to determine frequency response and concept of voltage gain and differential amplifier using bjt (Understanding) | L2 |

C221.3 | Ability to the classify concept of feedback amplifiers and its analysis (Understanding) | L2 |

C221.4 | Ability to explain concept of different oscillator circuits for various frequencies | L2 |

C221.5 | Ability to analyse different power amplifier circuits with performance comparision and to analyse tuned amplifier circuits and their design (Analyzing) | L4 |

COURSE: C222 : Digital IC Design | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C222.1 | Explain digital systems at several levels of abstractions, behavioral, structural and Dataflow. | L2 |

C222.2 | Analyze and design basic digital circuits with combinational logic circuits using VHDL. | L4 |

C222.3 | Analyze and design basic digital circuits with sequential logic circuits using VHDL. | L4 |

C222.4 | Apply knowledge on basic combinational digital circuit using CMOS, nMOS, Pseudo nMOS, Pass transistor and Transmission gate logic. | L3 |

C222.5 | Apply knowledge on basic sequential digital circuits using CMOS, Pass transistor and Transmission gate logic. | L3 |

COURSE: C223 : Analog communications | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C223.1 | Outline the basics of communication systems and generation &detection of AM waves. | L2 |

C223.2 | Distinguish different AM modulation schemes. | L4 |

C223.3 | Explain different FM modulator and demodulators. | L2 |

C223.4 | Analyze the various functional blocks of radio transmitters and receivers. | L4 |

C223.5 | Utilize the performance of analog modulation schemes in presence of noise and acquire knowledge on analog pulse modulation schemes. | L3 |

COURSE: C224 : Linear control systems | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C213.1 | Examine mathematical modeling of mechanical systems | L3 |

C213.2 | Analyze the transfer functions of a system using Block-diagrams and Signal flow graphs | L4 |

C213.3 | Explain the stability of a system using various techniques | L2 |

C213.4 | Express the stability of a closed-loop system in frequency domain | L2 |

C213.5 | Select state space analysis to model a system. | L1 |

COURSE: C224 : Management and organizational behaviour | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C224.1 | After completion of course the student will develop the knowledge on management functions, global leadership and organizational structure. | L3 |

C224.2 | Will explain with the concepts of functional management that is HRM and Marketing of new product developments. | L2 |

C224.3 | The learner is able to think in strategically through contemporary management practices. | L4 |

C224.4 | The learner can develop positive attitude through personality development and can equip with motivational theories. | L3 |

C224.5 | The student can attain the group performance and grievance handling in managing the organizational culture. | L3 |

COURSE: C226 : Electronic circuit Analysis lab | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C226.1 | Define the digital trainer Kit and associated equipment. | L1 |

C226.2 | Understand the operations of different logic gates. | L2 |

C226.3 | Analysis the working of Half adders and full Adders. | L4 |

C226.4 | Examine the behavior of sequential circuits, multiplexers & de-multiplexers using digital IC’s. | L4 |

C226.5 | Explain BCD to seven segment displays, Designing of various types of sequential circuits like flip flops, registers. | L2 |

COURSE: C227 : Analog communications lab | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

C227.1 | Explain the various parameters for CW modulated and demodulated signals. | L2 |

C227.2 | Examine modulation and demodulation techniques through Matlab coding. | L4 |

C227.3 | Build different operational blocks for modulation in Matlab Simulink. | L3 |

COURSE: C228 : Digital IC Design Lab | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C228.1 | Develop VHDL/Verilog HDL Source code for combinational and sequential circuits.. | L3 |

C228.2 | Examine the Simulation of combinational and sequential circuits using Xilinx Vivado software simulator. | L4 |

C228.3 | Analyze the obtained simulation results using XST synthesizer. | L4 |

C228.4 | Examine the Synthesize operations of combinational and sequential circuits | L4 |

COURSE: C229 : Soft skills | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

C229.1 | Use language fluently, accurately and appropriately in debates and group discussions | L3 |

C229.2 | Use their skills of listening comprehension to communicate effectively in cross-cultural contexts.. | L3 |

C229.3 | Learn and use new vocabulary.. | L3 |

C229.4 | Write resumes, project reports and reviews. | L6 |

C229.5 | Show interview skills and develop soft skills. | L2 |

COURSE: C2210: Constitution of india | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C2210.1 | Know the sources, features and principles of Indian Constitution. | L2 |

C2210.2 | Learn about Union Government, State government and its administration | L2 |

C2210.3 | Get acquainted with Local administration and Pachayati Raj | L3 |

C2210.4 | Be aware of basic concepts and developments of Human Rights. | L4 |

C2210.5 | Gain knowledge on roles and functioning of Election Commission | L2 |

COURSE: C311: Analog Ics and applications | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C301.1 | Determine various parameters of an operational amplifier and analyze three terminal regulators. | L2 |

C301.2 | Analyze linear and non linear applications of Op-Amp. | L4 |

C301.3 | Analyze the designing of active filters using an Op-amp. | L4 |

C301.4 | Explain the working of multi vibrators using Specific application IC 555. | L1 |

C305.5 | Examine the working principles of DATA converters (ADC &DAC) | L3 |

COURSE: C312: Electromagnetic waves and transmission lines | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

C312.1 | Distinguish electromagnetic wave propagation in various transmission line geometries. | L4 |

C312.2 | Illustrate the transmission line parameters and properties using smith chart. | L2 |

C312.3 | Make use of differential operators and co-ordinate systems required to understand the nature of EM fields in the space. | L3 |

C312.4 | Summarize time varying Maxwell’s equations to study the behavior of electromagnetic waves. | L2 |

C312.5 | Analyze wave equations for E & H fields in different material media. | L4 |

COURSE: C313: Digital communications | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcomes | Blooms Taxonomy level |

C313.CO1 | Understand pulse digital modulation systems such as PCM, DPCM andDM. | L2 |

C313:CO2 | Understand various digital modulation techniques | L2 |

C313:CO3 | Analyze the performance of a Digital Communication System for probability of error. | L4 |

C313:CO4 | Analyze various source coding technique | L4 |

C313:CO5 | Compute and analyze Block codes, cyclic codes and convolutioncodes.Design a coded communicationsystem | L3 |

COURSE: C314: Computer organisation and Architecture | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

C314.1 | Demonstrate an understanding of the different number systems, codes and Relate Postulates of Boolean algebra and minimize combinational functions. | L2 |

C314.2 | Evaluate and learn different combinational circuits, sequential circuits and able to design them. | L5 |

C314.3 | Organize,Determine and learns basic structure of components register through language, micro operations and able to write micro programs. | L3 |

C314.4 | Determine and able to write data transfer and manipulators program and students able to learn micro programme control and central processing unit. | L5 |

C314.5 | Able to learns the internal organization of computers and able to evaluate performance of them. | L5 |

COURSE: C315: Elecronic measurements and instrumentation | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcomes | Blooms Taxonomy level |

C315.1 | Apply the principles and characteristics of various instruments and classify the usage based on the requirements. | L3 |

C315.2 | Analyze and describe the different signal generators and analyzers | L4 |

C315.3 | Examine the different signal characteristics using Oscilloscopes | L4 |

C315.4 | Examine the magnitudes of different electronic components using various bridge circuits | L4 |

C315.5 | Demonstrate various types of transducers for measuring different parameters | L2 |

COURSE: C316: Analog IC’s and Applications lab | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C316.1 | Demonstrate various linear and non linear applications of OP AMP. | L2 |

C316.2 | Distinguish different multivibrators using IC555. | L2 |

C316.3 | Examine the applications of PLL using IC 565. | L3 |

C316.4 | Examine the specifications of converters | L3 |

COURSE: C317: Digital communications lab | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C317.1 | Examine time division multiplexing technique | L3 |

C317.2 | Examine Pulse digital techniques like PCM & DM | L3 |

C317.3 | Illustrate different modulation schemes involving phase modulation | L4 |

C317.4 | illustrate digital modulation scheme involving frequency modulation | L4 |

C317.5 | Design the source coding techniques based on the concept of information theory. | L4 |

C317.6 | Evaluate various error coding and detecting codes | L5 |

COURSE: C318: Data structures using Java lab | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C318.1 | Apply basic data structures such as arrays and linked list. | L3 |

C318.2 | Programs to demonstrate fundamental algorithmic problems including Tree Traversals, Graph traversals, and shortest paths. | L2 |

C318.3 | Apply various searching and sorting algorithms. | L3 |

COURSE: C319: Indin traditional knowledge | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C319.1 | Identify the concept of Traditional knowledge and its importance. | L4 |

C319.2 | Identify the concept of Traditional knowledge and its importance. | L4 |

C319.3 | IIllustrate the various enactments related to the protection of traditional knowledge | L2 |

C319.4 | Interpret the concepts of Intellectual property to protect the traditional knowledge | L2 |

C319.5 | Explain the importance of Traditional knowledge in Agriculture and Medicine. | L2 |

COURSE: C321: Microprocessor and Microcontroller | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C321.1 | Summarize the Architecture, Pin diagram, Minimum mode, maximum mode, System timing diagrams and interrupts of 8086 Microprocessor. (Understand) | L2 |

C321.2 | Analyze the Addressing modes, Instruction set to develop various assembly language programs | L4 |

C321.3 | Develop interfacing circuits with 8086 | L3 |

C321.4 | Illustrate the architecture memory, timers, instructions, addressing modes and various modules of 8051 Microcontroller. (Understand) | L2 |

C321.5 | Understands the internal architecture of ARM processors and basic concepts of advanced ARM Cortex-M3 Processor | L2 |

COURSE: C322: VLSI Design | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

CO1 | Understand the concepts related fabrication process of various MOS Technologies and problems related to electrical behavior of MOS Circuits. | L2 |

CO2 | Applying acquired knowledge of scaling for keeping in view of various issues like delay, large capacitive loads, wiring capacitances etc. | L3 |

CO3 | Understanding the behavior of amplifier circuits with various loads. | L2 |

CO4 | Analyze the behavior of static and dynamic logic circuits in sequential and combinational logic circuits. | L4 |

CO5 | Understanding the concepts of FPGA and in extension to introduction of Advanced technologies. | L2 |

COURSE: C323: Digital signal processing | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C323.1 | Analyse the Discrete Time Signals and Systems in Time and Frequency Domain and Review of Z-Transforms. | L4 |

C323.2 | Examine the properties of Discrete Fourier Series and Discrete Fourier Transforms and Explain the linear filtering methods based on DFT and FFT algorithms. | L3 |

C323.3 | Illustrate the analog filter approximations techniques and various implementations of IIR digital filter structures. | L3 |

C323.4 | Determine the different window techniques and frequency sampling techniques of FIR digital filter | L3 |

C323.5 | Explain the programmable DSPs features and architectural features of different ARM processors | L2 |

COURSE: C324: Mobile and cellular communications | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C324.1 | Inspect the limitations of conventional mobile telephone systems. | L4 |

C324.2 | Explain the concepts of cellular system. | L2 |

C324.3 | Summarize the frequency management channel assignment strategies . | L2 |

C324.4 | List out the concepts of hand off and architecture of various cellular systems. | L4 |

C324.5 | Explain the concepts of Digital cellular networks | L2 |

COURSE: C325: Computer networks | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

CO325.1 | Distinguish the basic Network Models such as OSI & TCP/IP and Network Topologies for Communication. Classify the different types of Data Transmission Mechanisms in Physical Layer | L4 |

CO325.2 | Compare the errors in data Transmission by means of CRC, Hamming Code etc. based on Various IEEE Standard Protocols. | L4 |

CO325.3 | Illustrate the basic protocols used in transport layer and connection management in TCP and UDP protocols. | L2 |

CO325.4 | Identify the shortest path between Transmitter & receiver and determine the proper usage of various routing protocols for different applications. | L3 |

CO325.5 | Summarise the network based security for domain based systems those are suitable to email, world wide web applications. | L2 |

COURSE: C326: Microprocessor and microcontrollers lab | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C326.1 | Ability to Analyze ALP for 8086 Microprocessor using Assembler Directive | L4 |

C326.2 | Construct and write assembly language programs for 8086 microprocessors. | L3 |

C326.3 | Analyse interfacing techniques of various peripherals with 8086 microprocessors. | L4 |

C326.4 | Ability to Compare the 8086 microprocessors and 8051 microcontrollers. | L4 |

C326.5 | Construct and write assembly language programs for the 8051 microcontrollers. | L3 |

C326.6 | Analyze interfacing techniques of various peripherals with the 8051 microcontrollers. | L4 |

COURSE: C327: VLSI Design lab | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C327.1 | Demonstrate the environment of Mentor graphics software and cmos logic circuits. | L2 |

C327.2 | Analyze and construct the cmos Logic schematic diagrams. | L4 |

C327.3 | Apply the commands to the Logic circuits and get the simulation results. | L3 |

C327.4 | Analyze and construct Layout of digital circuits and get the simulation results. | L4 |

COURSE: C328 : Digital Signal Processing Lab | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C328.1 | Understand the mathematical operation on discrete signals. | L2 |

C328.2 | Sketch the magnitude and phase response of DFT, Inverse DFT and FFT of discrete time signals. | L3 |

C328.3 | Calculate linear and circular convolution of discrete sequences | L4 |

C328.4 | Analyse IIR and FIR digital filters | L4 |

C328.5 | Develop and Implement DSP algorithms in software using a computer language such as C with TI DSP Starter Kit | L3 |

COURSE: C329: ARM based/ Aurdino Based Programming | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C329.1 | Understand the Aurdino System-on-chip architecture using Assembly program | L2 |

C329.2 | Analyze how to access Aurdino ports using Embedded C program | L4 |

C329.3 | Conduct and Test Embedded program using a simulator and on Aurdino | L4 |

C329.4 | Analyze Accelerometer interface techniques | L4 |

COURSE: C3210 :Research methodology | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C3210.1 | Understanding and an insight of the various underlying concepts of research. | L2 |

C3210.2 | Differentiate and establish a relationship between various research methods and sampling techniques. | L4 |

C3210.3 | Understand Research designs , tools and techniques of gathering data. | L2 |

C3210.3 | Analyze qualitative and quantitative data, and explain how evidence gathered supports or refutes an initial hypothesis. | L4 |

C3210.4 | Apply the theoretical knowledge into practical dissertation work. | L3 |

COURSE: C411: Optical communications | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C411.1 | Illustrate the elements of optical communication system and propagation of light through fibers. | L2 |

C411.2 | Analyze the propagation characteristics of fiber and materials used for fabrication process. | L4 |

C411.3 | Identify the different types of optical fiber connectors and splicing techniques are used for optical fibers. | L3 |

C411.4 | Analyze different types of sources and photo detectors for coupling to various types of fibers. | L4 |

C411.5 | Interpret the design concepts of various analog and digital optical receiver models. | L4 |

COURSE: C412: Satellite communications | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C412.1 | Explain the basic concepts of Satellite communications | L2 |

C412.2 | Classify the concepts applications and subsystems of satellite communications. | L2 |

C412.3 | Analyze the expression for G/T ratio and to solve some analytical problems on satellite link design. | L4 |

C412.4 | Summarize the various types of multiple access techniques and architecture of earth station design. | L2 |

C412.5 | Explain the concepts of GPS and its architecture. | L2 |

COURSE: C413: Radar engineering | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C413.1 | Explain the basic principle of radar and radar range Equation. | L2 |

C413.2 | Classify the types of radars | L2 |

C413.3 | Compare the different radar systems. | L4 |

C413.4 | Understand the concept of tracking and different tracking techniques | L2 |

C413.5 | Illustrate the basic concepts of radar receiver and its displays | L2 |

COURSE: C414: Internet of things | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C414.1 | Explain Internet of Things (IoT). | L2 |

C414.2 | Demonstrate various business models relevant to IoT. | L2 |

C414.3 | Construct designs for web connectivity | L3 |

C414.4 | Organize sources of data acquisition related to IoT, integrate to enterprise systems. | L3 |

C414.5 | Demonstrate IoT with Cloud technologies. | L2 |

COURSE: C415: IML | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C415.1 | List the characteristics of machine learning that make it useful to real-world Problems. (Remembering) | L1 |

C415.2 | Explain the machine learning algorithms as supervised, semi-supervised, and Unsupervised. (Understanding) | L2 |

C415.3 | Explain heard of a few machine learning toolboxes. (Understanding | L2 |

C415.4 | How to use Linear models and Distance Based Models for solving the real world problems. (Remembering) | L1 |

C415.5 | How to Learn the concepts in Bayesian analysis from probability models and methods. (Remembering) | L1 |

C415.6 | Demonstrate the concept behind neural networks for learning non-linear functions. (Understanding) | L2 |

COURSE: C416: Humanities and social science elective | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C416.1 | Exemplifying Human values with regard to social order and value | L2 |

C416.2 | Explaining social behavior and better understanding of human values and ethics | L4 |

C416.3 | Preparing young generations to protect human integrity and respect for each other so that we can establish an ideal society | L3 |

C416.4 | Experimenting on human thoughts process and finding solutions to establish universal brotherhood | L4 |

C416.5 | Role playing as an ideal citizen who has cross cultural knowledge to be fit into the modern world | L6 |

COURSE: C421: PROJECT | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C421.1 | Formulate and apply mathematical, science and engineering principles to solve real time engineering problems. | L2 |

C421.2 | Test the existing data, communicate and conduct research on complex problems | L2 |

C421.3 | Validate the obtained results on contemporary issues related to society | L3 |

C421.4 | Determine effectively the engineering principles used in their project individually | L3 |

C421.5 | Structure future work to promote life-long learning in the context of technological | L5 |

R19

Year -Semester : I-I | ||

Name of the Subjecct :ENGLISH | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C111 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C111.1 | Classify and compare different resources to serve the needs of the society in different ways. | L2 |

C111.2 | Apply road safety measures in day to day life in different modes of transport and Write paragraphs effectively. | L3 |

C111.3 | Apply science and technology in inventing latest engineering tools to discern their advantages and disadvantages. | L3 |

C111.4 | Choose viable and alternative sources of energy to tide over the crisis of depleting sources. | L5 |

C111.5 | Grasp the significance of bio-diversity and ecological balance like preservation of Flora and Fauna and enhance skills in writing. | L2 |

C111.6 | Identify safety measures against hazards at home, labs, industry and work places as well and familiarize themselves with office etiquette, ethics and enhance skills in writing. | L4 |

MATHEMATICS-I | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C112 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C112.1 | Solve linear differential equations of first order. | L3 |

C112.2 | Solve linear differential equations of second and higher order. | L3 |

C112.3 | Determine Laplace transform and inverse Laplace transform of various functions and use them to determine general solution to linear ODE. | L2 |

C112.4 | Calculate total derivative, Jocobian and minima of functions of two variables. | L4 |

C112.5 | Analyze solutions of first order partial differential equations, Linear (Lagrange) equation and Nonlinear (standard types) equations. | L4 |

C112.6 | Classifying Higher order partial equations and examine their nature. | L4 |

MATHEMATICS-II (NM&CV) | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C113 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C113.1 | Calculate a root of algebraic and transcendental equations by various numerical methods. | L3 |

C113.2 | Explain relation between the finite difference operators and compute interpolating polynomial for the given data. | L2 |

C113.3 | To know how to solve ordinary differential equations numerically using differnet numerical methods. | L3 |

C113.4 | To understand the concept of complex variables, C-R equations and harmonic functions | L2 |

C113.5 | To analyze the complex functions with reference to their analyticity, integration using Cauchy’s integral theorem and writing different types of expansions of complex functions. | L4 |

C113.6 | Demonstrate capacity to mode physical phenomena using PDE’s and to Apply problem solving using concepts and techniques from PDE and Fourier analysis applied to diverse situation in physics, engineering mathematics. | L3 |

APPLIED PHYSICS | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C114 | ||

Course Outcome Code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C114.1 | Understand the principles of optics phenomena like Interference, concepts of coherent sources. | L2 |

C114.2 | Gain knowledge of physical optics phenomena like diffraction to design instruments with higher resolution. | L2 |

C114.3 | Apply the principles of optics in Polarization, designing optical devices like Polarimeters and understand the Principles of Lasers. | L3 |

C114.4 | Analytical concepts of EM Waves and their propagation. | L4 |

C114.5 | Working knowledge of the Quantum Mechanics postulate on the physical system. | L3 |

C114.6 | Understand the physics of Semiconductors and their working mechanism. | L2 |

PROGRAMMING FOR PROBLEM SOLVING USING “C” | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C115 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C115.1 | Illustrate the basic concepts of Computers | L2 |

C115.2 | Analyze the mathematical and Scientific problems using fundamentals of C. | L4 |

C115.3 | Utilize control Structures and Arrays in solving complex problems. | L3 |

C115.4 | Develop modular programs to solve problems using control structures,Arrays and strings. | L3 |

C115.5 | Apply the pointers concepts for allocating and deallocating memory dynamically. | L3 |

C115.6 | Develop real time applications using the concepts Structures, Unions and file operations | L3 |

Name of the Subjecct :ENGINEERING DRAWING | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C116 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C116.1 | Construct polygons,ellipse,cycloids and involutes. | L3 |

C116.2 | Explain the orthographic projections and points. | L2 |

C116.3 | Determine true length and true inclination of stright lines. | L2 |

C116.4 | Develop projections of plane surfaces inclined to either one or both reference planes. | L2 |

C116.5 | Develop projection of solids inclined to one reference plane | L2 |

C116.6 | Develop the orthographic projections and imagine the components by isometric projection by representing three dimensional objects in 2D in technical and engineering drawings. | L3 |

Name of the Subjecct :ENGLISH COMMUNICATIONS SKILLS LAB-I | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C117 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C117.1 | English Communication skills lab helps students become sucessful in the competative world. | L3 |

C117.2 | The course motivates the students to elevate their interpersonal skills. | L4 |

C117.3 | This chapter will develop day to day communication. | L3 |

C117.4 | This chapter will enhance their spoken skills by learning phonotics | L3 |

C117.5 | This chapter will enhance their spoken skills by learning phonotics | L3 |

C117.6 | This chapter will enhance their spoken skills by learning stress and intonation. | L3 |

Name of the Subjecct :APPLIED/ ENGINEERING PHYSICS LAB | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C118 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C118.1 | Understand the principles of optics phenomena like Interference, concepts of coherent sources. | L3 |

C118.2 | Gain knowledge of physical optics phenomena like diffraction to design instruments with higher resolution. | L3 |

C118.3 | Apply the principles of optics in Polarization, designing optical devices like Polarimeters and understand the Principles of Lasers. | L3 |

C118.4 | Analytical concepts of EM Waves and their propagation. | L4 |

C118.5 | Working knowledge of the Quantum Mechanics postulate on the physical system. | L3 |

C118.6 | Understand the physics of Semiconductors and their working mechanism. | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :APPLIED/ ENGINEERING PHYSICS LAB | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C118 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C118.1 | Understand the principles of optics phenomena like Interference, concepts of coherent sources. | L3 |

C118.2 | Gain knowledge of physical optics phenomena like diffraction to design instruments with higher resolution. | L3 |

C118.3 | Apply the principles of optics in Polarization, designing optical devices like Polarimeters and understand the Principles of Lasers. | L3 |

C118.4 | Analytical concepts of EM Waves and their propagation. | L4 |

C118.5 | Working knowledge of the Quantum Mechanics postulate on the physical system. | L3 |

C118.6 | Understand the physics of Semiconductors and their working mechanism. | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LAB | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C119 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C119.1 | Develop a C program for Control the sequence instructions in the program and give logical outputs | L3 |

C119.2 | Develop a C program for Store different data types in the same memory | L3 |

C119.3 | Utilize control Structures and Arrays in solving complex problems. | L3 |

C119.4 | Apply code reusability with functions and pointers | L3 |

C119.5 | Understand the basics of file handling mechanisms | L2 |

C119.6 | Analyze the uses of pre-processors and various memory models | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :ENGINEERING WORKSHOP & IT WORKSHOP LAB | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C1110 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C1110.1 | understand how to work with wood | L2 |

C1110.2 | Apply the basic cutting operations to prepare fittings, develop objects by sheet metal | L3 |

C1110.3 | Apply the basic priciples of blacksmithy and design the house wiring | L4 |

C1110.4 | Students will able to identify the hardware components to apply knowledge for computer assembling and software installation. | L3 |

C1110.5 | students will able to solve the trouble shooting problems. | L3 |

C1110.6 | How does a search engines works.To apply the tools for preparation of PPT, Documentation and budget sheet etc | L3 |

YEAR-SEMESTER:I-II | ||

Name of the Subjecct :ENGLISH-II | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C121 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C121.1 | Learn that the very purpose of education is to enhance knowledge and wisdom. | L2 |

C121.2 | Develop global harmony and peaceful co-existence among people and society. | L3 |

C121.3 | Discover different cultures due to globalization and manage different cultural shocks. | L4 |

C121.4 | Examine out-dated traditions in society with the application of wisdom. | L2 |

C121.5 | Learn to protect environment for peaceful existence of future generations and learn report writing for media. | L2 |

C121.6 | Get influenced by eminent personalities and build luminous future successfully with their inherent passion, interest and burning desire in their areas of interests. | L1 |

Name of the Subjecct :MATHEMATICS-III | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C122 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C122.1 | Find Rank and Solve the linear system of equations by using different methods. | L3 |

C122.2 | Find the eigen values and eigen vectors and also finding inverse and power of a matrix by using Cayley Hamilton theorem. And also diagonalise the matrix by using various methods. Finding Rank, Index, Signature and Nature of a Quadratic form. | L1 |

C122.3 | Tracing the curve for the given equation, evaluate the double and triple integrals by direct methods, change of order of integration and change of variables. | L4 |

C122.4 | Evaluate the given integrals by using Beta and Gamma functions. | L5 |

C122.5 | Find the gradient of a scalar field, divergence and curl of vector field and vector identities. | L1 |

C122.6 | Evaluate the line, surface and volume integrals. Solve the problems using Vector integral theorems. | L5 |

Name of the Subjecct :Applied Chemistry | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C123 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C123.1 | The advantages and limitations of plastic materials and rubber their use in design would be understood. | L2 |

C123.2 | Fuels which are used commonly and their economics, advantages and limitations are discussed. | L1 |

C123.3 | Reasons for corrosion and some methods of corrosion control would be understood. | L2 |

C123.4 | The students would be now aware of advanced materials and their uses. | L2 |

C123.5 | The students would be now aware of crystal structures and semiconductors. | L3 |

C123.6 | The students are exposed to some of the alternative fuels and their advantages and limitations. | L3 |

Name of the Subjecct :ELECTRICAL & MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C124 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C124.1 | Students are able to understand the operation of DC generator, DC motor, 3-point starter and speed control methods. Students are able to analyse the performance of transformer. | L4 |

C124.2 | Students are able to explain the operation of 3-phase alternator and 3-phase induction motors. | L2 |

C124.3 | Students are able explain the working principles and construction of various measuring instruments. | L2 |

C124.4 | Illustrate the working of IC Engines and Renewable energy resources | L2 |

C124.5 | Categorize the different modes of heat transfer | L4 |

C124.6 | Explain the types of power transmission systems and joining methods | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C125 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C125.1 | Explain the eco system and it’s function in the Environment | L2 |

C125.2 | Aware the importance of natural resources and it’s conservation | L2 |

C125.3 | Analyzes the diversity of life on Earth and it’s importance | L4 |

C125.4 | Execute different programs in eco friendly way | L3 |

C125.5 | Describe the different laws to protect our Environment | L4 |

C125.6 | Conduct research in safe and Responsible manners communicating the Environmental subjects more effectively | L3 |

Name of the Subjecct :DATA STRUCTURES | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C126 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C126.1 | Summarize different data structures and Implement ADT’s on Arrays,Polynomials. | L2 |

C126.2 | Demonstrate Stacks, Queue and can Evaluate Expressions | L2 |

C126.3 | Design Linked lists using Dynamic memory management | L2 |

C126.4 | Apply data structures into the applications such as binary search trees,Threaded binary trees | L3 |

C126.5 | Estimate distance between paths using Shortest path algorithms & Minimum Spanning tree | L2 |

C126.6 | Choose various sorting techniques for given problem . | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :APPLIED/ ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY LAB | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C127 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C127.1 | Develop better understanding of titration | L2 |

C127.2 | Explain the difference between solubility and dissociation in water and Apply this knowledge to acids and bases | L2 |

C127.3 | Estimate the hardness of water in terms of calcium and magnesium ions | L5 |

C127.4 | Apply safety rules in practice of laboratory investigations | L3 |

C127.5 | Analyze the strength of acids and bases by using conductometric titration | L4 |

C127.6 | Explain the different instrumental methods of chemical analysis | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :ENGLISH COMMUNICATIONS SKILLS LAB-II | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C128 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C128.1 | Classify the students to participate in Debate as a competitive event. | L2 |

C128.2 | Analyze the students actively participate in group discussions following all the rules and using proper expressions. | L4 |

C128.3 | Explain the students to impart various skills in making various types of presentations. | L2 |

C128.4 | Evaluate the students for an interview, the final stage in the selection process. | L5 |

C128.5 | Analyze the students with email writing , techniques and etiquette, to guide the students to write CV to suit different contexts. | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LAB | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C129 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C129.1 | Summarize the fundamentals of C programming. | L3 |

C129.2 | Choose the loops and decision making statements to solve the problem. | L3 |

C129.3 | Apply different Operations on arrays and Strings | L3 |

C129.4 | Create functions to solve the given problem. | L4 |

C129.5 | Explain pointers, structures and unions. | L2 |

C129.6 | Apply file Operations in C programming for a given application | L3 |

II-I SEMESTER | ||

Name of the Subjecct :Electronic Devices and Circuits | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C211 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C211.1 | Explain the basic concepts and fundamentals of semi conductor physics. | L2 |

C211.2 | Examine the characteristics of PN junction diode and other special diodes. | L4 |

C211.3 | Apply the application of diodes as rectifiers with and without filters. | L3 |

C211.4 | Explain the operation of BJT and FET with characterstics. | L2 |

C211.5 | Illustrate different biasing circuits using BJT and FETS to calculate stability parameters. | L2 |

C211.6 | Summarize the design of small signal low frequency amplifier models for simple applications. | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :Switching Theory and Logic Design | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C212 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C212.1 | Classify the numbers of different radix and convert from one radix to another radix. | L4 |

C212.2 | Explain the switching algebra theorems and apply them to implement logic functions. | L2 |

C212.3 | Analyze various combinational circuits like decoders, encoders, multiplexers, and de-multiplexers, arithmetic circuits (half adder, full adder, multiplier etc). | L3 |

C212.4 | Explain the concepts of programmable logic devices(PLDs). | L4 |

C212.5 | Illustrate the knowledge of sequential logic design, analyze the operation of flipflops, registers and counters. | L2 |

C212.6 | Identify capabilities and limitations of finite state machine. | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :Signals and Systems | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C213 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C213.1 | Distinguish diffrent signals and systems | L2 |

C213.2 | Apply Fourier transform to the continuous-time signals to convert time domain to frequency domain | L3 |

C213.3 | Analyze sampling process for band limited signals and reconstruct back | L4 |

C213.4 | Understand the concept of convolution, correlation and various representation of LTI Systems | L2 |

C213.5 | Analyze Laplace transform of certain continuous time signals | L4 |

C213.6 | Distinguish between Laplace Transforms, Z- Transforms with Fourier Transforms | L2 |

Name of the Subject :Network Analysis | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C214 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C214.1 | Explain the electrical network elements, parameters, their combinations, behavior, Laws, analysis, different A.C sources, parameters, Phasor representations, Analysis of networks. | L2 |

C214.2 | Explain the steady state analysis of A.C circuits from response, characteristic, relations between different elements, complex number representations, conversion of networks. | L2 |

C214.3 | Analyze the magnetically coupled inductive coils, resonance frequency, types of resonance circuits. | L4 |

C214.4 | Apply different Network theorems to different electrical networks for responses. | L4 |

C214.5 | Analyze the two port electrical networks for different sources. | L4 |

C214.6 | Analyze the transients using differential equations. | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :Random Variables & Stochastic Process | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C215 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C215.1 | Ability to model the random phenomena mathematically and solve simple probabilistic problems . | L3 |

C215.2 | Ability to classify different types of random variables and calculate their statistical parameters . | L2 |

C215.3 | Ability to Show multiple random variables and Calculate their statistical parameters . | L4 |

C215.4 | Ability to categorize the random processes and computation of statistics in the time domain . | L4 |

C215.5 | Ability to Illustrate frequency domain Characteristics of the random processes . | L4 |

C215.6 | Ability to analyze the types of noise modeling noise sources, analyze the LTI system for random inputs . | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C216 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C216.1 | Develop the knowledge of estimating the Demand and demand elasticity’s for product. . | L2 |

C216.2 | Analyze the Input-Output-Cost relationships and estimation of the least cost combination of inputs | L4 |

C216.3 | Classify the the nature of different markets and Price Output determination under various market conditions. | L2 |

C216.4 | Interpret the knowledge of different Business Units. | L2 |

C216.5 | Make use to prepare Financial Statements and the usage of various Accounting tools for Analysis. | L3 |

C216.6 | Analyze the various investment project proposals with the help of capital budgeting techniques for decision making. | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :Electronic Devices and Circuits lab | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C217 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C217.1 | Measure voltage,frequency and phase of any waveform using CRO, Generate sine, square and triangular waveforms with required frequency and amplitude using function generator | L5 |

C217.2 | Analyze the characteristics of different electronic devices such as diodes, transistors etc., and simple circuits like rectifiers, amplifiers etc., | L4 |

C217.3 | Compare and classify oscillators and various amplifiers. | L2 |

C217.4 | Measure voltage,frequency and phase of any waveform using CRO | L5 |

Name of the Subjecct :Network & ET Lab | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C218 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C218.1 | Analyze RLC circuits and understand resonant frequency and Q-factor. | L4 |

C218.2 | Apply network theorems to analyze the electrical network. | L3 |

C218.3 | Explain the performance of dc shunt machine. | L2 |

C218.4 | Analyze the performance of 1-phase transformer. . | L4 |

II-II SEMESTER | ||

Name of the Subjecct :Electronic Circuit Analysis | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C221 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C221.1 | Design and illustrate the basic high frequency transistor amplifier models. | L2 |

C221.2 | Build and compare the design aspects to perform frequency- response analysis of multistage amplifiers. | L3 |

C221.3 | Illustrate the design aspects relevant to positive and negative feedback amplifiers circuits. | L2 |

C221.4 | Classification and design of different types of oscillators based on the condition for oscillations. | L4 |

C221.5 | Demonstrate the working principle and characteristics of different types of power amplifiers. | L2 |

C221.6 | Analyze the design aspects of tuned amplifiers to perform desired frequency response. | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :Control Systems | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C222 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C222.1 | Analyze the effect of feedback in physical, electrical and mechanical systems and calculate their transfer functions . | L4 |

C222.2 | Model the Transfer function of AC, DC Servo motors using Block diagram reduction and signal flow graph techniques. | L3 |

C222.3 | Apply the concepts of time response analysis on first and second order systems. | L3 |

C222.4 | Analyze the absolute and relative stability of LTI systems using Routh-Hurwitz criterion and Root Locus method. | L4 |

C222.5 | Examine the stability of LTI systems in frequency domain using Bode, Polar and Nyquist plots. | L4 |

C222.6 | Design Lag, Lead, Lead-Lag compensators to improve system performance and apply the concepts of controllability and observability . | L3 |

Name of the Subjecct :Electromagnetic Wave and Transmission lines | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C223 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C223.1 | Demonstrate various laws of electric and magnetic fields. | L2 |

C223.2 | Analyze knowledge about the dynamic electric and magnetic fields, relation between them (Maxwell’s Equations) and the boundary conditions across media boundaries. | L4 |

C223.3 | Explain Maxwell’s equations to obtain wave equations and determine the propagation parameters of uniform plane wave in free space. | L2 |

C223.4 | Examine the phenomena of wave propagation in different media and discuss the applications of Poynting theorem. | L4 |

C223.5 | Demonstrate and analyze basic properties of transmission lines and its wave propagation. | L2 |

C223.6 | Solve simple impedance matching transmission line sections and find different parameters using smith chart . | L3 |

Name of the Subjecct :Analog Communications | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C224 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C224.1 | Distinguish various Analog modulation and demodulation schemes and their characteristics. | L4 |

C224.2 | Demonstrate a good background in analysing the block diagram of communication system. | L2 |

C224.3 | Examine various functional blocks of radio transmitters and receivers. | L4 |

C224.4 | Plan simple analog system for various modulation technique . | L3 |

C224.5 | Demonstrate the spectrum and noise performance of particular communication system. | L2 |

C224.6 | Summarize with basic techniques for generating and demodulating various pulse modulated signals. | L2 |

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C225 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C225.1 | Classify the linear wave shaping circuits using R, L, C elements | L2 |

C225.2 | Analyze different types of the clippers and clampers circuits | L4 |

C225.3 | Apply the knowledge to switching characteristics of devices and construct bistablemultivibrator using different parameters | L3 |

C225.4 | Analyze the different multivibrators for various applications | L3 |

C225.5 | Demonstrate time base generators and its sweep circuits | L2 |

C225.6 | Examine the logic gates and sampling gates using diodes and transistors | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :Management Science | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C226 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C226.1 | Apply the concepts & principles of management in real life industry and develop the organization structure for an enterprise. | L3 |

C226.2 | Compare the Operations management techniques, Quality Control, Work-study principles in real life industry. | L2 |

C226.3 | Apply the concepts of HRM in Recruitment, Selection, and Training & Development and also marketing management. | L3 |

C226.4 | Develop PERT/CPM Charts for projects of an enterprise and estimate time and cost of project. | L4 |

C226.5 | List out the Mission, Objectives, Goals, strategies for an enterprise in dynamic environment. | L2 |

C226.6 | Classify the modern management techniques MIS, ERP, MRP, JIT, TQM, CMM, SCM, BPO, BPR, Bench Marking and Balance Score Card wherever possible. | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :Electronic Circuit Analysis lab | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C227 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C227.1 | Classify various negative feedback amplifiers and calculate different amplifier parameters. | L4 |

C227.2 | Develop sinusoidal oscillators for a given frequency. | L3 |

C227.3 | Analyze the behaviour of different power amplifier circuits for audio frequency applications | L4 |

C227.4 | Summarize the frequency response of different Tuned Amplifier Circuits | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :Analog Communications lab | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C228 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C228.1 | Analyze of static electric fields & Maxwell’s Equations | L4 |

C228.2 | Analyze of static magnetic fields and boundary conditions. Develop Maxwell’s Equations in Time Varying Fields. | L4 |

C228.3 | Identify the Wave propagation characteristics in different Medias. | L3 |

C228.4 | Evaluate Power relations in different mediums. | L5 |

C228.5 | Identify Characteristics of a transmission lines parameters | L3 |

C228.6 | Apply the Characteristics of a transmission lines on elements and Determine parameters using Smith Chart | L4 |

III-I SEMESTER | ||

Name of the Subjecct :Computer Architecture and Organization | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C311 | ||

Course Code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Student will be able to | ||

C311.1 | Explain basic organization of computer and ability to perform computer arithmetic operations. | L2 |

C311.2 | Dsign memory organization that uses banks for different word size using different micro operations. | L4 |

C311.3 | Demonstrate control unit operations and conceptualize instruction level parallelism and ability to understand control unit operations. | L2 |

C311.4 | Illustrate the function of each element of a memory hierarchy and ability to understand the concept of cache mapping techniques. | L2 |

C311.5 | Categorize memory organization and ability to understand the concept of I/O organization. | L4 |

C311.6 | Identify and compare different methods for computer I/O mechanisms and ability to conceptualize instruction level parallelism. | L3 |

Name of the Subjecct : Linear IC Applications | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C312 | ||

Course Code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Student will be able to | ||

C312.1 | Identify and Construct the different types of differential amplifiers. | |

L3 | ||

C312.2 | Understand the characteristics of operational amplifiers and compensation Techniques. | L2 |

C312.3 | Explain the different types of applications using operational amplifiers and develop the Applications. | |

L3 | ||

C312.4 | Analyze and design of active filters using operational amplifiers. | |

L4 | ||

C312.5 | Explain the Uses of IC 555&IC 556 for advanced applications such asPLL, VCOs | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct : Digital IC Applications | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C313 | ||

Course Code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Student will be able to | ||

C313.1 | Explain the structure of commercially available digital integrated circuit families. | |

L2 | ||

C313.2 | Identify the Design flow, Program structure, levels of abstraction, VHDL Basic Elements | L3 |

C313.3 | Explain the Sequential and Concurrent Statements in VHDL. | |

L3 | ||

C313.4 | Analyze and design basic digital circuits with combinational logic circuits using VHDL. | |

L4 | ||

C313.5 | Analyze and design basic digital circuits with Sequential logic circuits using VHDL. | L4 |

C313.6 | Explain the Design Steps of FSM. | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct : Digital communication | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C314 | ||

Course Code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Student will be able to | ||

C314.1 | Understand basic pulse digital modulation schemes of Digital Communication Systems. | L2 |

C314.2 | Discuss various Digital Modulation techniques. | L2 |

C314.3 | Analyze the error performance of Digital Modulation Techniques | L4 |

C314.4 | Apply information theory and source coding techniques to increase coding efficiency. | L3 |

C314.5 | Analyze various source coding techniques and capacity of analog, digital and Gaussian channel | L4 |

C314.6 | Identify error detection and error correction capabilities of linear block and convolution codes. | L3 |

Name of the Subjecct : Antenna and Wave Propogation | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C315 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C315.1 | Explain the radiation mechanism of an antenna and basic antenna parameters. | L2 |

C315.2 | Apply Maxwell’s equations to quantify the fields radiated by thin linear wire antennas. | L3 |

C315.3 | Classify different types of antenna arrays in accordance with desired directional properties. | L2 |

C315.4 | Analyze UHF, Microwave antennas and summarize the antenna measurement techniques. | L4 |

C315.5 | Compare the performance parameters of different types of Non-resonant, VHF, UHF and Microwave antennas. | L2 |

C315.6 | Outline the characteristics of radio wave propagation. | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :Pulse and Digital Circuits Lab | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C316 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C316.1. | Apply the concept in the analyzing of Linear and nonlinear wave shaping | L4 |

C316.2 | Classify the logic gates and sampling gates. | L4 |

C316.3 | Design multivibrators and schmitt trigger from the given specifications . | L6 |

C316.4 | Analyze various Oscillators and sweep circuits. | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct : Linear IC Applications lab | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C317 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C317.1 | Explain the Functioning, Parameters andSpecifications of IC741, IC555, IC565, IC566 andIC1496. | L2 |

C317.2 | Analyze and construct op-amp circuits for linear applications with the given specifications. | L4 |

C317.3 | Analyze and construct op-amp circuits for Non-linear applications with the given specifications. | L4 |

C317.4 | Analyze and Design various types of Active filters by using Op-amp. | L4 |

C317.5 | Experiment with monostable and astable circuits uing IC555 Timer, Construct PLL using IC565 and construct VCO using IC566. | L3 |

C317.6 | Examine different types of regulators using op-amp. | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct : Digital IC Applications lab | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C318 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C318.1 | Illustrate the Logic Gates using VHDL . | L2 |

C318.2 | Constructthe Combination Circuitsusing VHDL. | L3 |

C318.3 | Constructthe Sequential Circuitsusing VHDL. | L3 |

C318.4 | Develop ALU | L3 |

Name of the Subjecct : Professional Ethics & Human Value | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C319 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C319.1 | Apply the moral template inculcating the core human values for transformation into an ethical human being. | L3 |

C319.2 | Utilize the principles of engineering ethics for development of professionalism and professional competencies and also to solve moral dilemmas. | L2 |

C319.3 | Explain and understand accountability, engineering codes and experimental nature of engineering. | L2 |

C319.4 | Build the responsibility and accountability of a professional engineer towards design, operation, safety, by adopting risk benefit analysis. | L3 |

C319.5 | Classify the issues pertaining to individual rights, collegiality, moral dilemmas and conflicts while discharging their professional duties. | L2 |

C319.6 | Analyse cross cultural issues in different ethical domains by acquiring knowledge on intellectual property rights in the context of globalization. | L4 |

YEAR-SEMESTER III-II | ||

Name of the Subjecct : Microprocessors and Microcontrollers | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C321 | ||

Course Code | Course Outcome | Taxonomy Level |

Student will be able to | ||

C321.1 | understand the Architecture, Pin diagram, Minimum mode, maximum mode, System timing diagrams and interrupts of 8086 Microprocessor. | L2 |

C321.2 | Design and Develop various assembly language programs by using the addressing modes and the Instruction set. | L3 |

C321.3 | Develop the memory interfacing problems and interfacing various modules like 8254 Timer, Interrupt controller, DMA, IO devices, ADC/DAC and Stepper motor with 8080 Microprocessor. | L3 |

C321.4 | Explain the special purpose registers, memory organization and different operating modes of 80386 & 80486. | L2 |

C321.5 | Illustrate the 8051 architecture, SFRs and various interfacing modules of 8051 Microcontroller and also Develop sample programs using ALP. | L3 |

C321.6 | Explain the memory, timers, parallel and serial IOs, interrupts & architecture of PIC 16F877. | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct : Microwave Engineering | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C322 | ||

Course Code | Course Outcome | Taxonomy Level |

Student will be able to | ||

C322.1 | Simplify Acquire knowledge of transmission lines and waveguide structures and their usage as elements in impedance matching and filter circuits | L4 |

C322.2 | Explain the performance of Wave Guides and Resonators. | L2 |

C322.3 | Make use of and calculate the S-parameters for different microwave junctions and components. | L2 |

C322.4 | Analyze the operation of Microwave O-type tubes like Klystron, ReflexKlystron etc. | L4 |

C322.5 | Build the operation of Microwave tubes like magnetron, travelling wave tube etc | L3 |

C322.6 | Summarize the performance of Solid State Microwave Devices, like IMPATT, TRAPATT diodes. Analyze and measure various microwave parameters such as Microwave Power,VSWR,Impedance, Frequencyand Attenuation using Microwavebench. | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :VLSI Design | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C323 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C323.1 | Gain knowledge about operation, Explain fabrication process of various MOS device. | L2 |

C323.2 | significance of design rules in the design and layout of CMOS circuits | L3 |

C323.3 | Show the impact of scaling on semiconductor technology and its and subsequent effect on device parameters | L2 |

C323.4 | Develop of subsystems like combinational and sequential circuits ( | L3 |

C323.5 | Interpret different approaches of semi-custom VLSI designs based on FPGand ASICs | L2 |

C323.6 | Demonstrate the parameters of low power CMOS logic circuits. | L3 |

Name of the Subjecct :Digital Signal Processing | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C324 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C324.1 | Review of discrete time signals and systems | L2 |

C324.2 | Apply DFS, DFT, and FFT on discrete time signals | L3 |

C324.3 | Analyze IIR and FIR Filters | L4 |

C324.4 | Develop FIR and IIR structures by Z-transform | L3 |

C324.5 | Perform sampling rate conversions on different applications | L3 |

C324.6 | Discuss the architecture of DSP Processors and their peripherals | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :OOPS through Java | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C325 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C325.1 | Explain basics of Object Oriented Programming | L2 |

C325.2 | Analyze the concept of object, class, and this keyword | L4 |

C325.3 | Distinguish the concepts of inheritance, exceptions, | L3 |

packages and interfaces | ||

C325.4 | Develop the programs using multithreading | L3 |

C325.5 | Develop the programs using applets and event handling | L3 |

C325.6 | Develop the programs using AWT components | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :Microprocessors & Microcontrollers lab | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C326 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C326.1 | Ability to Analyze ALP for 8086 Microprocessor using Assembler Directive | L4 |

C326.2 | Develop and write assembly language programs for 8086 microprocessor. | L5 |

C326.3 | Analyze interfacing techniques of various peripherals with 8086 microprocessor. | L4 |

C326.4 | Ability to Differentiate the 8086 microprocessors and 8051 microcontrollers | L2 |

C326.5 | Develop and write assembly language programs for the 8051 microcontrollers. | L5 |

C326.6 | Analyze interfacing techniques of various peripherals with the 8051 | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :Vlsi Design lab | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C327 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C327.1 | Demonstrate the environment of Mentor graphics software and cmos logic circuits. | L2 |

C327.2 | Analyze and construct the cmos Logic schematic diagrams. | L4 |

C327.3 | Apply the commands to the Logic circuits and get the simulation results. | L3 |

C327.4 | Analyze and construct Layout of digital circuits and get the simulation results. | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :Digital Communications lab | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C328 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C328.1 | Apply the real application using digital modulation techniques. | L3 |

C328.2 | Analyze the different types of shift keying techniques . | L4 |

C328.3 | Analyze linear and convolution block codes encoder and decoder . | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :IPR & Patents | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C329 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C329.1 | Explain the real property law with Intellectual property law. | L2 |

C329.2 | Outline the subject matters of copyright and could able to demonstrate the registration procedure and infringement consequences. | L2 |

C329.3 | Make use of Rights and Limitations under Patent Law and could make new inventions and developments in Patent Law. | L3 |

C329.4 | Under the Trade Mark Registration Process, maintenance, Inter parties Proceedings, Infringement, Ownership of Trade Mark and Litigations. | L2 |

C329.5 | Utilize maintaining Trade Secret, Physical Security, Employee Access Limitation, Employee Confidentiality Agreement of Trade Secret Law | L2 |

C329.6 | Understand the concepts of the Cyber Law, Cyber Crime, Ecommerce, Data Security, Confidentiality, Privacy and International aspects of Computer and Online Crime. | L2 |

IV YEAR I SEMESTER | ||

Name of the Subjecct :RADAR SYSTEMS | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C411 | ||

Course Code | Course Outcome | Taxonomy Level |

Student will be able to | ||

C411.1 | Illustrate basic radar block diagram and discuss the parameter variations of radar range equation. | L2 |

C411.2 | Compare the Doppler concept in CW and FMCW radars. | L4 |

C411.3 | Explain the operating principle of MTI radar and tracking techniques. | L2 |

C411.4 | Classify various types radar antennas and their arrays used in radar communication. | L4 |

C411.5 | Summarize detection characteristics of radar antennas in presence of noise. | L2 |

C411.6 | Examine the functionalities of various radar receivers, scopes and duplexers in the radar system. | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :Digital Image Processing | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C412 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C412.1 | Infer the fundamental concepts of Digital Image Processing and apply various transforms on images useful for image processing applications. | L3 |

C412.2 | Apply spatial and frequency domain filtering on images and can make use of all smoothing and sharpening operations on images. | L3 |

C412.3 | Analyze various techniques for image restoration & reconstruction using various filtering techniques. | L4 |

C412.4 | Compare various coding techniques used for achieving image compression and develop image processing techniques based on wavelet transforms. | L4 |

C412.5 | Interpret the fundamental concepts of Morphological Image Processing and Image Segmentation for better image recognition and description. | L2 |

C412.6 | Apply different color conversion techniques for effective processing of color images. | L3 |

Name of the Subjecct :Computer Networks | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C413 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C413.1 | Distinguish the basic Network Models such as OSI & TCP/IP and Network Topologies for Communication. | L4 |

C413.2 | Classify the different types of Data Transmission Mechanisms in Physical Layer. | L2 |

C413.3 | Compare the errors in data Transmission by means of CRC, Hamming Code etc. based on Various IEEE Standard Protocols. | L3 |

C413.4 | Illustrate the basic protocols used in transport layer and connection management in TCP and UDP protocols. | L2 |

C413.5 | Identify the shortest path between Transmitter & receiver and determine the proper usage of various routing protocols for different applications. | L3 |

C413.6 | Summarise the network based security for domain based systems those are suitable to email,world wide web applications. | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :Optical Communications | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C414 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C414.1 | Illustrate the elements of optical communication system and propagation of light through fibers. | L2 |

C414.2 | Analyze the propagation characteristics of fiber and materials used for fabrication process. | L4 |

C414.3 | Identify the different types of optical fiber connectors and splicing techniques are used for optical fibers. | L3 |

C414.4 | Analyze different types of sources and photo detectors for coupling to various types of fibers. | L3 |

C414.5 | Interpret the design concepts of various analog and digital optical receiver models. | L4 |

C414.6 | Explain point to point fiber optic link and obtain the performance through different measurement techniques. | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :Electronics Switching System | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C415 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C415.1 | Ability to understand the switching systems and Summarize the Difference between manual switching and automatic switching. | L2 |

C415.2 | Ability to Design different types of stored program control devices (in different modes) and Design multi-stage switching structures involving time and space switching stages. | L3 |

C415.3 | Ability to Familiar with the parameters of switching signals and evaluating the time and space parameters | L2 |

C415.4 | Ability to Discuss the different types of Signaling Techniques and different types of networks in telecommunications. | L3 |

C415.5 | Ability to Find the traffic capacity and solve the methods of traffic data | L4 |

C415.6 | Ability to Analyze the New services in Telecommunications. | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :Embedded Systems | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C416 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C416.1 | Explain the concepts of embedded systems. | L2 |

C416.2 | Demonstrate the concepts of Embedded Hardware Design. | L2 |

C416.3 | Demonstrate the Embedded Firmware Design concepts. | L2 |

C416.4 | Explain the concepts of RTOS. | L2 |

C416.5 | Applying acquired knowledge in Embedded System Development procedure. | L3 |

C416.6 | Examine the knowledege and skills necessary to construct and develop ES applications or Integrating Hardware and Firmware Based on RTOS. | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :MWE &OC Lab | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C417 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C417.1 | Determine characteristics of various microwave devices | L3 |

C417.2 | Determine various parameters of various waveguide components | L3 |

C417.3 | Experiment on antenna design using simulator | L3 |

C417.4 | Demonstrate characteristics of various light sources | L3 |

C417.5 | Determine various measurements for optical links | L3 |

Name of the Subjecct :DSP Lab | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C418 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C418.1 | Apply the concept in the analyzing of discrete time systems | L4 |

C418.2 | Classify the signals and operations of signals . | L4 |

C418.3 | Construct a digital filter ((FIR&IIR) from the given specifications . | L3 |

C418.4 | Analyze various techniques for image restoration & reconstruction using various filtering techniques. | L4 |

IV-II | ||

Name of the Subjecct :Cellular and Mobile Communications | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C421 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C421.1 | Explain the fundamentals of cellular radio system design and its basic elements. | L2 |

C421.2 | Analyse the concepts of different co-channel, non-co-channel interference and cellular coverage on signal & traffic of a designed system. | L4 |

C421.3 | L3 | |

Identify the various types of antenna system design suitable for mobile communications. | ||

C421.4 | Distinguish the number of radio channels, channel assignment and frequency management used in mobile communications. | L4 |

C421.5 | Analyse the different hand off & cell splitting techniques and dropped call rate at cell site area. | L4 |

C421.6 | Summarize the different types of second generation system architectures such as GSM, TDMA and CDMA for mobile communication systems. | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C422 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C422.1 | Analyze the performance characteristics of each instrument. | L4 |

C422.2 | Explain about different types of signal analyzers. | L2 |

C422.3 | Explain the basic features of oscilloscope and different types of oscilloscopes. | L2 |

C422.4 | Analyze the fundamental measurement method of resistance, capacitance, inductance, frequency etc. by using various a.c bridges and other techniques. | L4 |

C422.5 | Explain the working principle, selection criteria and applications of various transducers used in measurement systems. | L2 |

C422.6 | Explain the Measurement of various physical parameters . | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :Satellite Communication | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C423 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C423.1 | Explain the fundamentals of satellite communications and its evolution. | L2 |

C423.2 | Classify the Orbital types, parameters and discuss various types of launch vehicles. | L2 |

C423.3 | Identify various Satellite subsystems such as AOCS, TTC &M, Power Systems, and Satellite Antennas. | L3 |

C423.4 | Categorize different multiple access methods, calculate satellite link power budget and its constituent parameters. | L4 |

C423.5 | Summarize the requirements of earth station, low earth orbit and geo stationary satellite system. | L2 |

C423.6 | Demonstrate the satellite Navigation, Triangulation of GPS and differential GPS. | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :Operating Systems | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C424 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C424.1 | Analyze the structure of Operating systems and basic architectural components involved in Operating system design, identify system call and their importance. | L4 |

C424.2 | Illustrates how the processes interact with other processes and provide a good communication path for the processes to execute, Design various scheduling algorithms. | L2 |

C424.3 | Categorize and Contrast various memory management schemes, Identify the necessity of virtual memory management | L4 |

C424.4 | To gain knowledge on the Operating system concepts that include architecture, mutual exclusion algorithms, deadlock detection algorithms, and, agreement protocols, Apply the principles of concurrency. | L2 |

C424.5 | Identify how the files are accessed and shared, Interpret different file system structures and file allocation methods. | L1 |

C424.6 | Understand the Android Operating system internally and should perform administrative tasks on Linux servers. | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :PROJECT | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C425 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C425.1 | Apply different Technical engineering principles | L3 |

C425.2 | Plan, analyze, design a software & Hardware project and demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in speech and writing. | L3 |

C425.3 | Propose any new model over the selected field of research that will be useful for future activities. | L6 |

C425.4 | utilize the both software & hardware development cycle with emphasis on different processes -requirements, design, and implementation phases | L3 |

C425.5 | apply different verilog and embeded development process models and how to choose an appropriate one for a project. | L3 |

C425.6 | Construct , design and implement a working, medium sized project with their team. | L6 |

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Name of the Subjecct :ENGLISH | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C111 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C111.1 | Classify and compare different resources to serve the needs of the society in different ways. | L2 |

C111.2 | Apply road safety measures in day to day life in different modes of transport and Write paragraphs effectively. | L3 |

C111.3 | Apply science and technology in inventing latest engineering tools to discern their advantages and disadvantages. | L3 |

C111.4 | Choose viable and alternative sources of energy to tide over the crisis of depleting sources. | L5 |

C111.5 | Grasp the significance of bio-diversity and ecological balance like preservation of Flora and Fauna and enhance skills in writing. | L2 |

C111.6 | Identify safety measures against hazards at home, labs, industry and work places as well and familiarize themselves with office etiquette, ethics and enhance skills in writing. | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct : | MATHEMATICS-I | |

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C112 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C112.1 | Solve linear differential equations of first order. | L3 |

C112.2 | Solve linear differential equations of second and higher order. | L3 |

C112.3 | Determine Laplace transform and inverse Laplace transform of various functions and use them to determine general solution to linear ODE. | L2 |

C112.4 | Calculate total derivative, Jocobian and minima of functions of two variables. | L4 |

C112.5 | Analyze solutions of first order partial differential equations, Linear (Lagrange) equation and Nonlinear (standard types) equations. | L4 |

C112.6 | Classifying Higher order partial equations and examine their nature. | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct : | MATHEMATICS-II (NM&CV) | |

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C113 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C113.1 | Calculate a root of algebraic and transcendental equations by various numerical methods. | L3 |

C113.2 | Explain relation between the finite difference operators and compute interpolating polynomial for the given data. | L2 |

C113.3 | To know how to solve ordinary differential equations numerically using differnet numerical methods. | L3 |

C113.4 | To understand the concept of complex variables, C-R equations and harmonic functions | L2 |

C113.5 | To analyze the complex functions with reference to their analyticity, integration using Cauchy’s integral theorem and writing different types of expansions of complex functions. | L4 |

C113.6 | Demonstrate capacity to mode physical phenomena using PDE’s and to Apply problem solving using concepts and techniques from PDE and Fourier analysis applied to diverse situation in physics, engineering mathematics. | L3 |

Name of the Subjecct : | APPLIED PHYSICS | |

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C114 | ||

Course Outcome Code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C114.1 | Understand the principles of optics phenomena like Interference, concepts of coherent sources. | L2 |

C114.2 | L2 | |

C114.3 | L3 | |

C114.4 | Analytical concepts of EM Waves and their propagation. | L4 |

C114.5 | Working knowledge of the Quantum Mechanics postulate on the physical system. | L3 |

C114.6 | Understand the physics of Semiconductors and their working mechanism. | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct : | PROGRAMMING FOR PROBLEM SOLVING USING “C” | |

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C115 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C115.1 | Illustrate the basic concepts of Computers | L2 |

C115.2 | Analyze the mathematical and Scientific problems using fundamentals of C. | L4 |

C115.3 | Utilize control Structures and Arrays in solving complex problems. | L3 |

C115.4 | Develop modular programs to solve problems using control structures,Arrays and strings. | L3 |

C115.5 | Apply the pointers concepts for allocating and deallocating memory dynamically. | L3 |

C115.6 | Develop real time applications using the concepts Structures, Unions and file operations | L3 |

Name of the Subjecct :ENGINEERING DRAWING | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C116 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C116.1 | Construct polygons,ellipse,cycloids and involutes. | L3 |

C116.2 | Explain the orthographic projections and points. | L2 |

C116.3 | Determine true length and true inclination of stright lines. | L2 |

C116.4 | Develop projections of plane surfaces inclined to either one or both reference planes. | L2 |

C116.5 | Develop projection of solids inclined to one reference plane | L2 |

C116.6 | Develop the orthographic projections and imagine the components by isometric projection by representing three dimensional objects in 2D in technical and engineering drawings. | L3 |

Name of the Subjecct :ENGLISH COMMUNICATIONS SKILLS LAB-I | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C117 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C117.1 | English Communication skills lab helps students become sucessful in the competative world. | L3 |

C117.2 | The course motivates the students to elevate their interpersonal skills. | L4 |

C117.3 | This chapter will develop day to day communication. | L3 |

C117.4 | This chapter will enhance their spoken skills by learning phonotics | L3 |

C117.5 | This chapter will enhance their spoken skills by learning phonotics | L3 |

C117.6 | This chapter will enhance their spoken skills by learning stress and intonation. | L3 |

Name of the Subjecct :APPLIED/ ENGINEERING PHYSICS LAB | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C118 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C118.1 | Understand the principles of optics phenomena like Interference, concepts of coherent sources. | L3 |

C118.2 | L3 | |

C118.3 | L3 | |

C118.4 | Analytical concepts of EM Waves and their propagation. | L4 |

C118.5 | Working knowledge of the Quantum Mechanics postulate on the physical system. | L3 |

C118.6 | Understand the physics of Semiconductors and their working mechanism. | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :APPLIED/ ENGINEERING PHYSICS LAB | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C118 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C118.1 | Understand the principles of optics phenomena like Interference, concepts of coherent sources. | L3 |

C118.2 | L3 | |

C118.3 | L3 | |

C118.4 | Analytical concepts of EM Waves and their propagation. | L4 |

C118.5 | Working knowledge of the Quantum Mechanics postulate on the physical system. | L3 |

C118.6 | Understand the physics of Semiconductors and their working mechanism. | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LAB | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C119 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C119.1 | Develop a C program for Control the sequence instructions in the program and give logical outputs | L3 |

C119.2 | Develop a C program for Store different data types in the same memory | L3 |

C119.3 | Utilize control Structures and Arrays in solving complex problems. | L3 |

C119.4 | Apply code reusability with functions and pointers | L3 |

C119.5 | Understand the basics of file handling mechanisms | L2 |

C119.6 | Analyze the uses of pre-processors and various memory models | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :ENGINEERING WORKSHOP & IT WORKSHOP LAB | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C1110 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C1110.1 | understand how to work with wood | L2 |

C1110.2 | Apply the basic cutting operations to prepare fittings, develop objects by sheet metal | L3 |

C1110.3 | Apply the basic priciples of blacksmithy and design the house wiring | L4 |

C1110.4 | Students will able to identify the hardware components to apply knowledge for computer assembling and software installation. | L3 |

C1110.5 | students will able to solve the trouble shooting problems. | L3 |

C1110.6 | How does a search engines works.To apply the tools for preparation of PPT, Documentation and budget sheet etc | L3 |

YEAR-SEMESTER:I-II | ||

Name of the Subjecct :ENGLISH-II | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C121 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C121.1 | Learn that the very purpose of education is to enhance knowledge and wisdom. | L2 |

C121.2 | Develop global harmony and peaceful co-existence among people and society. | L3 |

C121.3 | Discover different cultures due to globalization and manage different cultural shocks. | L4 |

C121.4 | Examine out-dated traditions in society with the application of wisdom. | L2 |

C121.5 | Learn to protect environment for peaceful existence of future generations and learn report writing for media. | L2 |

C121.6 | Get influenced by eminent personalities and build luminous future successfully with their inherent passion, interest and burning desire in their areas of interests. | L1 |

Name of the Subjecct :MATHEMATICS-III | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C122 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C122.1 | Find Rank and Solve the linear system of equations by using different methods. | L3 |

C122.2 | Find the eigen values and eigen vectors and also finding inverse and power of a matrix by using Cayley Hamilton theorem. And also diagonalise the matrix by using various methods. Finding Rank, Index, Signature and Nature of a Quadratic form. | L1 |

C122.3 | Tracing the curve for the given equation, evaluate the double and triple integrals by direct methods, change of order of integration and change of variables. | L4 |

C122.4 | Evaluate the given integrals by using Beta and Gamma functions. | L5 |

C122.5 | Find the gradient of a scalar field, divergence and curl of vector field and vector identities. | L1 |

C122.6 | Evaluate the line, surface and volume integrals. Solve the problems using Vector integral theorems. | L5 |

Name of the Subjecct :Applied Chemistry | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C123 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C123.1 | The advantages and limitations of plastic materials and rubber their use in design would be understood. | L2 |

C123.2 | Fuels which are used commonly and their economics, advantages and limitations are discussed. | L1 |

C123.3 | Reasons for corrosion and some methods of corrosion control would be understood. | L2 |

C123.4 | The students would be now aware of advanced materials and their uses. | L2 |

C123.5 | The students would be now aware of crystal structures and semiconductors. | L3 |

C123.6 | The students are exposed to some of the alternative fuels and their advantages and limitations. | L3 |

Name of the Subjecct :ELECTRICAL & MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C124 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C124.1 | Students are able to understand the operation of DC generator, DC motor, 3-point starter and speed control methods. Students are able to analyse the performance of transformer. | L4 |

C124.2 | Students are able to explain the operation of 3-phase alternator and 3-phase induction motors. | L2 |

C124.3 | Students are able explain the working principles and construction of various measuring instruments. | L2 |

C124.4 | Illustrate the working of IC Engines and Renewable energy resources | L2 |

C124.5 | Categorize the different modes of heat transfer | L4 |

C124.6 | Explain the types of power transmission systems and joining methods | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C125 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C125.1 | Explain the eco system and it’s function in the Environment | L2 |

C125.2 | Aware the importance of natural resources and it’s conservation | L2 |

C125.3 | Analyzes the diversity of life on Earth and it’s importance | L4 |

C125.4 | Execute different programs in eco friendly way | L3 |

C125.5 | Describe the different laws to protect our Environment | L4 |

C125.6 | Conduct research in safe and Responsible manners communicating the Environmental subjects more effectively | L3 |

Name of the Subjecct :DATA STRUCTURES | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C126 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C126.1 | Summarize different data structures and Implement ADT’s on Arrays,Polynomials. | L2 |

C126.2 | Demonstrate Stacks, Queue and can Evaluate Expressions | L2 |

C126.3 | Design Linked lists using Dynamic memory management | L2 |

C126.4 | Apply data structures into the applications such as binary search trees,Threaded binary trees | L3 |

C126.5 | Estimate distance between paths using Shortest path algorithms & Minimum Spanning tree | L2 |

C126.6 | Choose various sorting techniques for given problem . | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :APPLIED/ ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY LAB | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C127 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C127.1 | Develop better understanding of titration | L2 |

C127.2 | Explain the difference between solubility and dissociation in water and Apply this knowledge to acids and bases | L2 |

C127.3 | Estimate the hardness of water in terms of calcium and magnesium ions | L5 |

C127.4 | Apply safety rules in practice of laboratory investigations | L3 |

C127.5 | Analyze the strength of acids and bases by using conductometric titration | L4 |

C127.6 | Explain the different instrumental methods of chemical analysis | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :ENGLISH COMMUNICATIONS SKILLS LAB-II | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C128 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C128.1 | Classify the students to participate in Debate as a competitive event. | L2 |

C128.2 | Analyze the students actively participate in group discussions following all the rules and using proper expressions. | L4 |

C128.3 | Explain the students to impart various skills in making various types of presentations. | L2 |

C128.4 | Evaluate the students for an interview, the final stage in the selection process. | L5 |

C128.5 | Analyze the students with email writing , techniques and etiquette, to guide the students to write CV to suit different contexts. | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LAB | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C129 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C129.1 | Summarize the fundamentals of C programming. | L3 |

C129.2 | Choose the loops and decision making statements to solve the problem. | L3 |

C129.3 | Apply different Operations on arrays and Strings | L3 |

C129.4 | Create functions to solve the given problem. | L4 |

C129.5 | Explain pointers, structures and unions. | L2 |

C129.6 | Apply file Operations in C programming for a given application | L3 |

II-I SEMESTER | ||

Name of the Subjecct :Electronic Devices and Circuits | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C211 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C211.1 | Explain the basic concepts and fundamentals of semi conductor physics. | L2 |

C211.2 | Examine the characteristics of PN junction diode and other special diodes. | L4 |

C211.3 | Apply the application of diodes as rectifiers with and without filters. | L3 |

C211.4 | Explain the operation of BJT and FET with characterstics. | L2 |

C211.5 | Illustrate different biasing circuits using BJT and FETS to calculate stability parameters. | L2 |

C211.6 | Summarize the design of small signal low frequency amplifier models for simple applications. | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :Switching Theory and Logic Design | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C212 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C212.1 | Classify the numbers of different radix and convert from one radix to another radix. | L4 |

C212.2 | Explain the switching algebra theorems and apply them to implement logic functions. | L2 |

C212.3 | Analyze various combinational circuits like decoders, encoders, multiplexers, and de-multiplexers, arithmetic circuits (half adder, full adder, multiplier etc). | L3 |

C212.4 | Explain the concepts of programmable logic devices(PLDs). | L4 |

C212.5 | Illustrate the knowledge of sequential logic design, analyze the operation of flipflops, registers and counters. | L2 |

C212.6 | Identify capabilities and limitations of finite state machine. | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :Signals and Systems | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C213 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C213.1 | Distinguish diffrent signals and systems | L2 |

C213.2 | Apply Fourier transform to the continuous-time signals to convert time domain to frequency domain | L3 |

C213.3 | Analyze sampling process for band limited signals and reconstruct back | L4 |

C213.4 | Understand the concept of convolution, correlation and various representation of LTI Systems | L2 |

C213.5 | Analyze Laplace transform of certain continuous time signals | L4 |

C213.6 | Distinguish between Laplace Transforms, Z- Transforms with Fourier Transforms | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :Network Analysis | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C214 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C214.1 | Explain the electrical network elements, parameters, their combinations, behavior, Laws, analysis, different A.C sources, parameters, Phasor representations, Analysis of networks. | L2 |

C214.2 | Explain the steady state analysis of A.C circuits from response, characteristic, relations between different elements, complex number representations, conversion of networks. | L2 |

C214.3 | Analyze the magnetically coupled inductive coils, resonance frequency, types of resonance circuits. | L4 |

C214.4 | Apply different Network theorems to different electrical networks for responses. | L4 |

C214.5 | Analyze the two port electrical networks for different sources. | L4 |

C214.6 | Analyze the transients using differential equations. | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :Random Variables & Stochastic Process | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C215 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C215.1 | Ability to model the random phenomena mathematically and solve simple probabilistic problems . | L3 |

C215.2 | Ability to classify different types of random variables and calculate their statistical parameters . | L2 |

C215.3 | Ability to Show multiple random variables and Calculate their statistical parameters . | L4 |

C215.4 | Ability to categorize the random processes and computation of statistics in the time domain . | L4 |

C215.5 | Ability to Illustrate frequency domain Characteristics of the random processes . | L4 |

C215.6 | Ability to analyze the types of noise modeling noise sources, analyze the LTI system for random inputs . | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C216 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C216.1 | Develop the knowledge of estimating the Demand and demand elasticity’s for product. . | L2 |

C216.2 | Analyze the Input-Output-Cost relationships and estimation of the least cost combination of inputs | L4 |

C216.3 | Classify the the nature of different markets and Price Output determination under various market conditions. | L2 |

C216.4 | Interpret the knowledge of different Business Units. | L2 |

C216.5 | Make use to prepare Financial Statements and the usage of various Accounting tools for Analysis. | L3 |

C216.6 | Analyze the various investment project proposals with the help of capital budgeting techniques for decision making. | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :Electronic Devices and Circuits lab | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C217 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C217.1 | Measure voltage,frequency and phase of any waveform using CRO, Generate sine, square and triangular waveforms with required frequency and amplitude using function generator | L5 |

C217.2 | Analyze the characteristics of different electronic devices such as diodes, transistors etc., and simple circuits like rectifiers, amplifiers etc., | L4 |

C217.3 | Compare and classify oscillators and various amplifiers. | L2 |

C217.4 | Measure voltage,frequency and phase of any waveform using CRO | L5 |

Name of the Subjecct :Network & ET Lab | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C218 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C218.1 | Analyze RLC circuits and understand resonant frequency and Q-factor. | L4 |

C218.2 | Apply network theorems to analyze the electrical network. | L3 |

C218.3 | Explain the performance of dc shunt machine. | L2 |

C218.4 | Analyze the performance of 1-phase transformer. . | L4 |

II-II SEMESTER | ||

Name of the Subjecct :Electronic Circuit Analysis | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C221 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C221.1 | Design and illustrate the basic high frequency transistor amplifier models. | L2 |

C221.2 | Build and compare the design aspects to perform frequency- response analysis of multistage amplifiers. | L3 |

C221.3 | Illustrate the design aspects relevant to positive and negative feedback amplifiers circuits. | L2 |

C221.4 | Classification and design of different types of oscillators based on the condition for oscillations. | L4 |

C221.5 | Demonstrate the working principle and characteristics of different types of power amplifiers. | L2 |

C221.6 | Analyze the design aspects of tuned amplifiers to perform desired frequency response. | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :Control Systems | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C222 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C222.1 | Analyze the effect of feedback in physical, electrical and mechanical systems and calculate their transfer functions . | L4 |

C222.2 | Model the Transfer function of AC, DC Servo motors using Block diagram reduction and signal flow graph techniques. | L3 |

C222.3 | Apply the concepts of time response analysis on first and second order systems. | L3 |

C222.4 | Analyze the absolute and relative stability of LTI systems using Routh-Hurwitz criterion and Root Locus method. | L4 |

C222.5 | Examine the stability of LTI systems in frequency domain using Bode, Polar and Nyquist plots. | L4 |

C222.6 | Design Lag, Lead, Lead-Lag compensators to improve system performance and apply the concepts of controllability and observability . | L3 |

Name of the Subjecct :Electromagnetic Wave and Transmission lines | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C223 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C223.1 | Demonstrate various laws of electric and magnetic fields. | L2 |

C223.2 | Analyze knowledge about the dynamic electric and magnetic fields, relation between them (Maxwell’s Equations) and the boundary conditions across media boundaries. | L4 |

C223.3 | Explain Maxwell’s equations to obtain wave equations and determine the propagation parameters of uniform plane wave in free space. | L2 |

C223.4 | Examine the phenomena of wave propagation in different media and discuss the applications of Poynting theorem. | L4 |

C223.5 | Demonstrate and analyze basic properties of transmission lines and its wave propagation. | L2 |

C223.6 | Solve simple impedance matching transmission line sections and find different parameters using smith chart . | L3 |

Name of the Subjecct :Analog Communications | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C224 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C224.1 | Distinguish various Analog modulation and demodulation schemes and their characteristics. | L4 |

C224.2 | Demonstrate a good background in analysing the block diagram of communication system. | L2 |

C224.3 | Examine various functional blocks of radio transmitters and receivers. | L4 |

C224.4 | Plan simple analog system for various modulation technique . | L3 |

C224.5 | Demonstrate the spectrum and noise performance of particular communication system. | L2 |

C224.6 | Summarize with basic techniques for generating and demodulating various pulse modulated signals. | L2 |

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C225 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C225.1 | Classify the linear wave shaping circuits using R, L, C elements | L2 |

C225.2 | Analyze different types of the clippers and clampers circuits | L4 |

C225.3 | Apply the knowledge to switching characteristics of devices and construct bistablemultivibrator using different parameters | L3 |

C225.4 | Analyze the different multivibrators for various applications | L3 |

C225.5 | Demonstrate time base generators and its sweep circuits | L2 |

C225.6 | Examine the logic gates and sampling gates using diodes and transistors | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :Management Science | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C226 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C226.1 | Apply the concepts & principles of management in real life industry and develop the organization structure for an enterprise. | L3 |

C226.2 | Compare the Operations management techniques, Quality Control, Work-study principles in real life industry. | L2 |

C226.3 | Apply the concepts of HRM in Recruitment, Selection, and Training & Development and also marketing management. | L3 |

C226.4 | Develop PERT/CPM Charts for projects of an enterprise and estimate time and cost of project. | L4 |

C226.5 | List out the Mission, Objectives, Goals, strategies for an enterprise in dynamic environment. | L2 |

C226.6 | Classify the modern management techniques MIS, ERP, MRP, JIT, TQM, CMM, SCM, BPO, BPR, Bench Marking and Balance Score Card wherever possible. | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :Electronic Circuit Analysis lab | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C227 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C227.1 | Classify various negative feedback amplifiers and calculate different amplifier parameters. | L4 |

C227.2 | Develop sinusoidal oscillators for a given frequency. | L3 |

C227.3 | Analyze the behaviour of different power amplifier circuits for audio frequency applications | L4 |

C227.4 | Summarize the frequency response of different Tuned Amplifier Circuits | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :Analog Communications lab | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C228 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C228.1 | Analyze of static electric fields & Maxwell’s Equations | L4 |

C228.2 | Analyze of static magnetic fields and boundary conditions. Develop Maxwell’s Equations in Time Varying Fields. | L4 |

C228.3 | Identify the Wave propagation characteristics in different Medias. | L3 |

C228.4 | Evaluate Power relations in different mediums. | L5 |

C228.5 | Identify Characteristics of a transmission lines parameters | L3 |

C228.6 | Apply the Characteristics of a transmission lines on elements and Determine parameters using Smith Chart | L4 |

III-I SEMESTER | ||

Name of the Subjecct :Computer Architecture and Organization | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C311 | ||

Course Code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Student will be able to | ||

C311.1 | Explain basic organization of computer and ability to perform computer arithmetic operations. | L2 |

C311.2 | Dsign memory organization that uses banks for different word size using different micro operations. | L4 |

C311.3 | Demonstrate control unit operations and conceptualize instruction level parallelism and ability to understand control unit operations. | L2 |

C311.4 | Illustrate the function of each element of a memory hierarchy and ability to understand the concept of cache mapping techniques. | L2 |

C311.5 | Categorize memory organization and ability to understand the concept of I/O organization. | L4 |

C311.6 | Identify and compare different methods for computer I/O mechanisms and ability to conceptualize instruction level parallelism. | L3 |

Name of the Subjecct : Linear IC Applications | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C312 | ||

Course Code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Student will be able to | ||

C312.1 | Identify and Construct the different types of differential amplifiers. | |

L3 | ||

C312.2 | Understand the characteristics of operational amplifiers and compensation Techniques. | L2 |

C312.3 | Explain the different types of applications using operational amplifiers and develop the Applications. | |

L3 | ||

C312.4 | Analyze and design of active filters using operational amplifiers. | |

L4 | ||

C312.5 | Explain the Uses of IC 555&IC 556 for advanced applications such asPLL, VCOs | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct : Digital IC Applications | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C313 | ||

Course Code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Student will be able to | ||

C313.1 | Explain the structure of commercially available digital integrated circuit families. | |

L2 | ||

C313.2 | Identify the Design flow, Program structure, levels of abstraction, VHDL Basic Elements | L3 |

C313.3 | Explain the Sequential and Concurrent Statements in VHDL. | |

L3 | ||

C313.4 | Analyze and design basic digital circuits with combinational logic circuits using VHDL. | |

L4 | ||

C313.5 | Analyze and design basic digital circuits with Sequential logic circuits using VHDL. | L4 |

C313.6 | Explain the Design Steps of FSM. | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct : Digital communication | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C314 | ||

Course Code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Student will be able to | ||

C314.1 | Understand basic pulse digital modulation schemes of Digital Communication Systems. | L2 |

C314.2 | Discuss various Digital Modulation techniques. | L2 |

C314.3 | Analyze the error performance of Digital Modulation Techniques | L4 |

C314.4 | Apply information theory and source coding techniques to increase coding efficiency. | L3 |

C314.5 | Analyze various source coding techniques and capacity of analog, digital and Gaussian channel | L4 |

C314.6 | Identify error detection and error correction capabilities of linear block and convolution codes. | L3 |

Name of the Subjecct : Antenna and Wave Propogation | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C315 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C315.1 | Explain the radiation mechanism of an antenna and basic antenna parameters. | L2 |

C315.2 | Apply Maxwell’s equations to quantify the fields radiated by thin linear wire antennas. | L3 |

C315.3 | Classify different types of antenna arrays in accordance with desired directional properties. | L2 |

C315.4 | Analyze UHF, Microwave antennas and summarize the antenna measurement techniques. | L4 |

C315.5 | Compare the performance parameters of different types of Non-resonant, VHF, UHF and Microwave antennas. | L2 |

C315.6 | Outline the characteristics of radio wave propagation. | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :Pulse and Digital Circuits Lab | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C316 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C316.1. | Apply the concept in the analyzing of Linear and nonlinear wave shaping | L4 |

C316.2 | Classify the logic gates and sampling gates. | L4 |

C316.3 | Design multivibrators and schmitt trigger from the given specifications . | L6 |

C316.4 | Analyze various Oscillators and sweep circuits. | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct : Linear IC Applications lab | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C317 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C317.1 | Explain the Functioning, Parameters andSpecifications of IC741, IC555, IC565, IC566 andIC1496. | L2 |

C317.2 | Analyze and construct op-amp circuits for linear applications with the given specifications. | L4 |

C317.3 | Analyze and construct op-amp circuits for Non-linear applications with the given specifications. | L4 |

C317.4 | Analyze and Design various types of Active filters by using Op-amp. | L4 |

C317.5 | Experiment with monostable and astable circuits uing IC555 Timer, Construct PLL using IC565 and construct VCO using IC566. | L3 |

C317.6 | Examine different types of regulators using op-amp. | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct : Digital IC Applications lab | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C318 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C318.1 | Illustrate the Logic Gates using VHDL . | L2 |

C318.2 | Constructthe Combination Circuitsusing VHDL. | L3 |

C318.3 | Constructthe Sequential Circuitsusing VHDL. | L3 |

C318.4 | Develop ALU | L3 |

Name of the Subjecct : Professional Ethics & Human Value | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C319 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C319.1 | Apply the moral template inculcating the core human values for transformation into an ethical human being. | L3 |

C319.2 | Utilize the principles of engineering ethics for development of professionalism and professional competencies and also to solve moral dilemmas. | L2 |

C319.3 | Explain and understand accountability, engineering codes and experimental nature of engineering. | L2 |

C319.4 | Build the responsibility and accountability of a professional engineer towards design, operation, safety, by adopting risk benefit analysis. | L3 |

C319.5 | Classify the issues pertaining to individual rights, collegiality, moral dilemmas and conflicts while discharging their professional duties. | L2 |

C319.6 | Analyse cross cultural issues in different ethical domains by acquiring knowledge on intellectual property rights in the context of globalization. | L4 |

YEAR-SEMESTER III-II | ||

Name of the Subjecct : Microprocessors and Microcontrollers | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C321 | ||

Course Code | Course Outcome | Taxonomy Level |

Student will be able to | ||

C321.1 | understand the Architecture, Pin diagram, Minimum mode, maximum mode, System timing diagrams and interrupts of 8086 Microprocessor. | L2 |

C321.2 | Design and Develop various assembly language programs by using the addressing modes and the Instruction set. | L3 |

C321.3 | Develop the memory interfacing problems and interfacing various modules like 8254 Timer, Interrupt controller, DMA, IO devices, ADC/DAC and Stepper motor with 8080 Microprocessor. | L3 |

C321.4 | Explain the special purpose registers, memory organization and different operating modes of 80386 & 80486. | L2 |

C321.5 | Illustrate the 8051 architecture, SFRs and various interfacing modules of 8051 Microcontroller and also Develop sample programs using ALP. | L3 |

C321.6 | Explain the memory, timers, parallel and serial IOs, interrupts & architecture of PIC 16F877. | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct : Microwave Engineering | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C322 | ||

Course Code | Course Outcome | Taxonomy Level |

Student will be able to | ||

C322.1 | Simplify Acquire knowledge of transmission lines and waveguide structures and their usage as elements in impedance matching and filter circuits | L4 |

C322.2 | Explain the performance of Wave Guides and Resonators. | L2 |

C322.3 | Make use of and calculate the S-parameters for different microwave junctions and components. | L2 |

C322.4 | Analyze the operation of Microwave O-type tubes like Klystron, ReflexKlystron etc. | L4 |

C322.5 | Build the operation of Microwave tubes like magnetron, travelling wave tube etc | L3 |

C322.6 | Summarize the performance of Solid State Microwave Devices, like IMPATT, TRAPATT diodes. Analyze and measure various microwave parameters such as Microwave Power,VSWR,Impedance, Frequencyand Attenuation using Microwavebench. | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :VLSI Design | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C323 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C323.1 | Gain knowledge about operation, Explain fabrication process of various MOS device. | L2 |

C323.2 | significance of design rules in the design and layout of CMOS circuits | L3 |

C323.3 | Show the impact of scaling on semiconductor technology and its and subsequent effect on device parameters | L2 |

C323.4 | Develop of subsystems like combinational and sequential circuits ( | L3 |

C323.5 | Interpret different approaches of semi-custom VLSI designs based on FPGand ASICs | L2 |

C323.6 | Demonstrate the parameters of low power CMOS logic circuits. | L3 |

Name of the Subjecct :Digital Signal Processing | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C324 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C324.1 | Review of discrete time signals and systems | L2 |

C324.2 | Apply DFS, DFT, and FFT on discrete time signals | L3 |

C324.3 | Analyze IIR and FIR Filters | L4 |

C324.4 | Develop FIR and IIR structures by Z-transform | L3 |

C324.5 | Perform sampling rate conversions on different applications | L3 |

C324.6 | Discuss the architecture of DSP Processors and their peripherals | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :OOPS through Java | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C325 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C325.1 | Explain basics of Object Oriented Programming | L2 |

C325.2 | Analyze the concept of object, class, and this keyword | L4 |

C325.3 | Distinguish the concepts of inheritance, exceptions, | L3 |

packages and interfaces | ||

C325.4 | Develop the programs using multithreading | L3 |

C325.5 | Develop the programs using applets and event handling | L3 |

C325.6 | Develop the programs using AWT components | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :Microprocessors & Microcontrollers lab | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C326 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C326.1 | Ability to Analyze ALP for 8086 Microprocessor using Assembler Directive | L4 |

C326.2 | Develop and write assembly language programs for 8086 microprocessor. | L5 |

C326.3 | Analyze interfacing techniques of various peripherals with 8086 microprocessor. | L4 |

C326.4 | Ability to Differentiate the 8086 microprocessors and 8051 microcontrollers | L2 |

C326.5 | Develop and write assembly language programs for the 8051 microcontrollers. | L5 |

C326.6 | Analyze interfacing techniques of various peripherals with the 8051 | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :Vlsi Design lab | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C327 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C327.1 | Demonstrate the environment of Mentor graphics software and cmos logic circuits. | L2 |

C327.2 | Analyze and construct the cmos Logic schematic diagrams. | L4 |

C327.3 | Apply the commands to the Logic circuits and get the simulation results. | L3 |

C327.4 | Analyze and construct Layout of digital circuits and get the simulation results. | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :Digital Communications lab | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C328 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C328.1 | Apply the real application using digital modulation techniques. | L3 |

C328.2 | Analyze the different types of shift keying techniques . | L4 |

C328.3 | Analyze linear and convolution block codes encoder and decoder . | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :IPR & Patents | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C329 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C329.1 | Explain the real property law with Intellectual property law. | L2 |

C329.2 | Outline the subject matters of copyright and could able to demonstrate the registration procedure and infringement consequences. | L2 |

C329.3 | Make use of Rights and Limitations under Patent Law and could make new inventions and developments in Patent Law. | L3 |

C329.4 | Under the Trade Mark Registration Process, maintenance, Inter parties Proceedings, Infringement, Ownership of Trade Mark and Litigations. | L2 |

C329.5 | Utilize maintaining Trade Secret, Physical Security, Employee Access Limitation, Employee Confidentiality Agreement of Trade Secret Law | L2 |

C329.6 | Understand the concepts of the Cyber Law, Cyber Crime, Ecommerce, Data Security, Confidentiality, Privacy and International aspects of Computer and Online Crime. | L2 |

IV YEAR I SEMESTER | ||

Name of the Subjecct :RADAR SYSTEMS | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C411 | ||

Course Code | Course Outcome | Taxonomy Level |

Student will be able to | ||

C411.1 | Illustrate basic radar block diagram and discuss the parameter variations of radar range equation. | L2 |

C411.2 | Compare the Doppler concept in CW and FMCW radars. | L4 |

C411.3 | Explain the operating principle of MTI radar and tracking techniques. | L2 |

C411.4 | Classify various types radar antennas and their arrays used in radar communication. | L4 |

C411.5 | Summarize detection characteristics of radar antennas in presence of noise. | L2 |

C411.6 | Examine the functionalities of various radar receivers, scopes and duplexers in the radar system. | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :Digital Image Processing | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C412 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C412.1 | Infer the fundamental concepts of Digital Image Processing and apply various transforms on images useful for image processing applications. | L3 |

C412.2 | Apply spatial and frequency domain filtering on images and can make use of all smoothing and sharpening operations on images. | L3 |

C412.3 | Analyze various techniques for image restoration & reconstruction using various filtering techniques. | L4 |

C412.4 | Compare various coding techniques used for achieving image compression and develop image processing techniques based on wavelet transforms. | L4 |

C412.5 | Interpret the fundamental concepts of Morphological Image Processing and Image Segmentation for better image recognition and description. | L2 |

C412.6 | Apply different color conversion techniques for effective processing of color images. | L3 |

Name of the Subjecct :Computer Networks | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C413 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C413.1 | Distinguish the basic Network Models such as OSI & TCP/IP and Network Topologies for Communication. | L4 |

C413.2 | Classify the different types of Data Transmission Mechanisms in Physical Layer. | L2 |

C413.3 | Compare the errors in data Transmission by means of CRC, Hamming Code etc. based on Various IEEE Standard Protocols. | L3 |

C413.4 | Illustrate the basic protocols used in transport layer and connection management in TCP and UDP protocols. | L2 |

C413.5 | Identify the shortest path between Transmitter & receiver and determine the proper usage of various routing protocols for different applications. | L3 |

C413.6 | Summarise the network based security for domain based systems those are suitable to email,world wide web applications. | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :Optical Communications | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C414 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C414.1 | Illustrate the elements of optical communication system and propagation of light through fibers. | L2 |

C414.2 | Analyze the propagation characteristics of fiber and materials used for fabrication process. | L4 |

C414.3 | Identify the different types of optical fiber connectors and splicing techniques are used for optical fibers. | L3 |

C414.4 | Analyze different types of sources and photo detectors for coupling to various types of fibers. | L3 |

C414.5 | Interpret the design concepts of various analog and digital optical receiver models. | L4 |

C414.6 | Explain point to point fiber optic link and obtain the performance through different measurement techniques. | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :Electronics Switching System | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C415 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C415.1 | Ability to understand the switching systems and Summarize the Difference between manual switching and automatic switching. | L2 |

C415.2 | Ability to Design different types of stored program control devices (in different modes) and Design multi-stage switching structures involving time and space switching stages. | L3 |

C415.3 | Ability to Familiar with the parameters of switching signals and evaluating the time and space parameters | L2 |

C415.4 | Ability to Discuss the different types of Signaling Techniques and different types of networks in telecommunications. | L3 |

C415.5 | Ability to Find the traffic capacity and solve the methods of traffic data | L4 |

C415.6 | Ability to Analyze the New services in Telecommunications. | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :Embedded Systems | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C416 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C416.1 | Explain the concepts of embedded systems. | L2 |

C416.2 | Demonstrate the concepts of Embedded Hardware Design. | L2 |

C416.3 | Demonstrate the Embedded Firmware Design concepts. | L2 |

C416.4 | Explain the concepts of RTOS. | L2 |

C416.5 | Applying acquired knowledge in Embedded System Development procedure. | L3 |

C416.6 | Examine the knowledege and skills necessary to construct and develop ES applications or Integrating Hardware and Firmware Based on RTOS. | L4 |

Name of the Subjecct :MWE &OC Lab | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C417 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C417.1 | Determine characteristics of various microwave devices | L3 |

C417.2 | Determine various parameters of various waveguide components | L3 |

C417.3 | Experiment on antenna design using simulator | L3 |

C417.4 | Demonstrate characteristics of various light sources | L3 |

C417.5 | Determine various measurements for optical links | L3 |

Name of the Subjecct :DSP Lab | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C418 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C418.1 | Apply the concept in the analyzing of discrete time systems | L4 |

C418.2 | Classify the signals and operations of signals . | L4 |

C418.3 | Construct a digital filter ((FIR&IIR) from the given specifications . | L3 |

C418.4 | L4 | |

IV-II | ||

Name of the Subjecct :Cellular and Mobile Communications | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C421 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C421.1 | Explain the fundamentals of cellular radio system design and its basic elements. | L2 |

C421.2 | Analyse the concepts of different co-channel, non-co-channel interference and cellular coverage on signal & traffic of a designed system. | L4 |

C421.3 | L3 | |

Identify the various types of antenna system design suitable for mobile communications. | ||

C421.4 | Distinguish the number of radio channels, channel assignment and frequency management used in mobile communications. | L4 |

C421.5 | Analyse the different hand off & cell splitting techniques and dropped call rate at cell site area. | L4 |

C421.6 | Summarize the different types of second generation system architectures such as GSM, TDMA and CDMA for mobile communication systems. | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C422 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C422.1 | Analyze the performance characteristics of each instrument. | L4 |

C422.2 | Explain about different types of signal analyzers. | L2 |

C422.3 | Explain the basic features of oscilloscope and different types of oscilloscopes. | L2 |

C422.4 | Analyze the fundamental measurement method of resistance, capacitance, inductance, frequency etc. by using various a.c bridges and other techniques. | L4 |

C422.5 | Explain the working principle, selection criteria and applications of various transducers used in measurement systems. | L2 |

C422.6 | Explain the Measurement of various physical parameters . | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :Satellite Communication | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C423 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C423.1 | Explain the fundamentals of satellite communications and its evolution. | L2 |

C423.2 | Classify the Orbital types, parameters and discuss various types of launch vehicles. | L2 |

C423.3 | Identify various Satellite subsystems such as AOCS, TTC &M, Power Systems, and Satellite Antennas. | L3 |

C423.4 | Categorize different multiple access methods, calculate satellite link power budget and its constituent parameters. | L4 |

C423.5 | Summarize the requirements of earth station, low earth orbit and geo stationary satellite system. | L2 |

C423.6 | Demonstrate the satellite Navigation, Triangulation of GPS and differential GPS. | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :Operating Systems | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C424 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C424.1 | Analyze the structure of Operating systems and basic architectural components involved in Operating system design, identify system call and their importance. | L4 |

C424.2 | Illustrates how the processes interact with other processes and provide a good communication path for the processes to execute, Design various scheduling algorithms. | L2 |

C424.3 | Categorize and Contrast various memory management schemes, Identify the necessity of virtual memory management | L4 |

C424.4 | To gain knowledge on the Operating system concepts that include architecture, mutual exclusion algorithms, deadlock detection algorithms, and, agreement protocols, Apply the principles of concurrency. | L2 |

C424.5 | Identify how the files are accessed and shared, Interpret different file system structures and file allocation methods. | L1 |

C424.6 | Understand the Android Operating system internally and should perform administrative tasks on Linux servers. | L2 |

Name of the Subjecct :PROJECT | ||

COURSE OUTCOME CODE :C425 | ||

Course Outcome code | Course Outcome | Blooms Taxonomy Level |

Students will be able to | ||

C425.1 | Apply different Technical engineering principles | L3 |

C425.2 | Plan, analyze, design a software & Hardware project and demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in speech and writing. | L3 |

C425.3 | Propose any new model over the selected field of research that will be useful for future activities. | L6 |

C425.4 | utilize the both software & hardware development cycle with emphasis on different processes -requirements, design, and implementation phases | L3 |

C425.5 | apply different verilog and embeded development process models and how to choose an appropriate one for a project. | L3 |

C425.6 | Construct , design and implement a working, medium sized project with their team. | L6 |