Course Outcomes – Batch 2018
STUDY SCHEME
Batch 2018 onwards
First Semester/Second Semester Physics Group
Course
Code 
Course Type  Course Title  Load Allocations  Marks Distribution  Total
Marks 
Credits  
L  T P  Internal  External  
BTPHXX18  Basic Science Course  Physics  3  1  0  40  60  100  4  
BTPHXX18  Basic Science Course  Physics (Lab)  0  0  3  30  20  50  1.5  
BTAMXX18  Basic Science Course  MathsI  3*  1  0  40  60  100  4  
BTEE10118  Engineering Science Course  Basic Electrical Engineering  3  1  0  40  60  100  4  
BTEE10218  Engineering Science Course  Basic Electrical Engineering (Lab)  0  0  2  30  20  50  1  
BTME10118  Engineering Science Courses  Engineering Graphics & Design  1  0  4  60  40  100  3  
BMPD10118  Mentoring and Professional
Development 
0

0  2  Satisfactory /
UnSatisfactory 
NonCredit  
TOTAL  10  3  11  220  280  500  17.5  
Chemistry Group
Course
Code 
Course Type  Course Title  Load Allocations  Marks Distribution  Total
Marks 
Credits  
L  TP  Internal  External  
BTCH10118

Basic Science Course  ChemistryI  3  1  0  40  60  100  4  
BTCH10218

Basic Science Course  ChemistryI (Lab)  0  0  3  30  20  50  1.5  
BTAMXX18

Basic Science Course  MathsI

3*  1  0  40  60  100  4  
BTPS10118

Engineering Science Course  Programming for Problem Solving  3  0  0  40  60  100  3  
BTPS10218

Engineering Science Course  Programming for Problem Solving (Lab)  0  0  4  30  20  50  2  
BTMP10118

Engineering Science Course  Workshop / Manufacturing Practices

1  0  4  60  40  100  3  
BTHU10118

Humanities and Social Sciences including Management courses  English

2  0  0  40  60  100  2  
BTHU10218

Humanities and Social Sciences including Management courses  English (Lab)

0  0  2  30  20  50  1  
BMPD10118

Mentoring and Professional Development  0  0  2  Satisfactory /
UnSatisfactory 
NonCredit  
TOTAL  12  2  15  290  360  650  20.5  
COURSE OUTCOMES
Batch 2018 onwards
Program: B.Tech CSE  
Course:Semiconductor Physics; Semester: 1^{st}/2^{nd}  
Course Code: BTPH10418  NBA/NAAC Code:CS144  
CO No.  COs(Course Outcomes): On the successful completion of course, students will be able to:  
I  Understand the basic conceptsin the physics of solids and semiconductors.  
II  Explain the properties of semiconductors and the phenomenon of carrier generation and transport.  
III  Understand and describe the interaction of light with semiconductors.  
IV  Acquire the comprehensive knowledge of measurement techniques used for parameter extraction.  
Program: B.Tech CSE  
Course: Semester: Semiconductor Physics Lab1st/2^{nd}  
Course Code: BTPH11418  NBA/NAAC Code:CS145  
CO No.  COs(Course Outcomes): On the successful completion of course, students will be able to:  
I  Verify some of the theoretical concepts learnt in the theory courses.  
II  Carry out precise measurements and handling sensitive equipments.  
III  Introduce the methods used for estimating and dealing with experimental uncertainties and systematic errors.  
IV  Learn to draw conclusions from data and write a technical report which communicates scientific information in a clear and concise manner.  
Program: B.Tech. ECE  
Course: Semiconductor and Optoelectronics Physics; Semester: 1^{st}/2^{nd}  
Course Code:– BTPH10518  NBA/NAAC Code:CA148  
CO No.  COs(Course Outcomes): On the successful completion of course, students will be able to:  
I  Understand and explain the fundamental principles and properties of electronic materials and semiconductors.  
II  Understand and describe the impact of solidstate device capabilities and limitations on electronic circuit performance.  
III  Understand the design, fabrication, characterization techniques, and measurements of Engineered semiconductor materials.  
IV  Learn the basics of the optoelectronic devices, LEDs, semiconductor lasers, and photo detectors.  
Program: B.Tech ECE  
Course: Semiconductor and Optoelectronics Physics; Semester: 1^{st}/2^{nd}  
Course Code: BTPH11518  NBA/NAAC Code:CA153  
CO No.  COs(Course Outcomes): On the successful completion of course, students will be able to:  
I  Verify some of the theoretical concepts learnt in the theory courses.  
II  Carry out precise measurements and handling sensitive equipments.  
III  estimate and deal with experimental uncertainties and systematic “errors.”  
IV  Learn to draw conclusions from data and write a technical report which communicates scientific information in a clear and concise manner.  
Program: B.Tech EE  
Course:Optics and Modern Physics; Semester: 1^{st}/2^{nd}  
Course Code: BTPH10218  NBA/NAAC Code:CA146  
CO No.  COs(Course Outcomes): On the successful completion of course, students will be able to:  
I  Identify and illustrate physical concepts and terminology used in optics and other wave phenomena.  
II  Understand optical phenomenon, such as, interference, diffraction etc. in terms of wave model.  
III  Appreciate the need for quantum mechanics, wave particle duality etc. and their applications.  
IV  Understand some of the basic concepts in the physics of solids and semiconductors.  
Program: B.Tech EE  
Course:Optics and Modern Physics Lab; Semester: 1^{st}/2^{nd}  
Course Code: BTPH11218  NBA/NAAC Code:CA151  
CO No.  COs(Course Outcomes): On the successful completion of course, students will be able to:  
I  Verify some of the theoretical concepts learnt in the theory courses.  
II  Carry out precise measurements and handling sensitive equipment  
III  Learn to draw conclusions from data and develop skills in experimental design.  
IV  Write a technical report which communicates scientific information in a clear and concise manner.  
Program: B.Tech CE  
Course:Mechanics of Solids; Semester: 1^{st}/2^{nd}  
Course Code: BTPH10118  NBA/NAAC Code:CA145  
CO No.  COs(Course Outcomes): On the successful completion of course, students will be able to:  
I  Understand the vector mechanics for a classical system.  
II  Identify various types of forces in nature, frames of references, and conservation of laws.  
III  Know the simple harmonic, damped, and forced simple harmonic oscillator for a mechanical system.  
IV  Analyze the planar rigid body dynamics for a mechanical system.  
Program: B.Tech CE  
Course:Mechanics of Solids Lab; Semester: 1^{st}/2^{nd}  
Course Code: BTPH11118  NBA/NAAC Code:CA150  
CO No.  COs(Course Outcomes): On the successful completion of course, students will be able to:  
I  Understand the concepts learned in the mechanics of solids.  
II  Learning the skills needed to verify some of the concepts of theory courses.  
III  Trained in carrying out precise measurements and handling sensitive equipment.  
IV  Understand the principles of error analysis and develop skills in experimental design.  
Program: B.Tech ME  
Course:Electromagnetism; Semester: 1^{st}/2^{nd}  
Course Code: BTPH10318  NBA/NAAC Code:C147  
CO No.  COs(Course Outcomes): On the successful completion of course, students will be able to:  
I  Apply the basic concepts of vector calculus to electric and magnetic fields.  
II  Describe static electric and magnetic fields, their behavior in different media, associated laws, boundary conditions and electromagnetic potentials.  
III  Understand the concepts related to Faraday‘s law, induced emf and analyze Maxwell’s equations in differential and integral forms.  
IV  Understand the phenomena of wave propagation in different media and its interfaces and apply them to diverse engineering problems.  
Program: B.Tech ME  
Course:Electromagnetism Lab; Semester: 1^{st}/2^{nd}  
Course Code: BTPH11318  NBA/NAAC Code:C152  
CO No.  COs(Course Outcomes): On the successful completion of course, students will be able to:  
I  Verify some of the theoretical concepts learnt in the theory courses.  
II  Carry out precise measurements and handling sensitive equipment  
III  Learn to draw conclusions from data and develop skills in experimental design.  
IV  Write a technical report which communicates scientific information in a clear and concise manner.  
Program: B.Tech CSE  
Course: Mathematics PaperI Calculus & Linear Algebra; Semester: 1^{st}/2^{nd}  
Course Code: BTAM10418  NBA/NAAC Code:CS142  
CO No.  COs(Course Outcomes): On the successful completion of course, students will be able to:  
I  Use the fundamentals of differential and integral calculus to analyze existing and developing new mathematical models in engineering.  
II  Analyze the convergence/divergence of improper integrals.  
III  Apply essential tools of matrices while destining the mathematical models of problems related to various engineering fields.  
IV  Apply the basic concepts of linear algebra including linear transformations.  
Program: B.Tech ECE  
Course: Mathematics PaperI ; Semester: 1^{st}/2^{nd}  
Course Code: BTAM10118  NBA/NAAC Code:CA138  
CO No.  COs(Course Outcomes): On the successful completion of course, students will be able to:  
I  Determine the rank and inverse of the matrix, solve linear system of equations, determine the Eigen values and Eigen vectors and also apply Cayley Hamilton theorem.  
II  Determine the convergence and divergence conditions of various types of infinite series.  
III  Study the limit, continuity, differentiation and determine the optimal points of single variable and multivariable functions.  
IV  The students will be able to integrate multiple variables and also apply the same to determine the areas and volumes using double integration using change of order or change of variables, if needed.  
Program: B.Tech ME/CE/EE/AG  
Course: Mathematics PaperI ; Semester: 1^{st}/2^{nd}  
Course Code: BTAM10118  NBA/NAAC Code: CM138/CA138  
CO No.  COs(Course Outcomes): On the successful completion of course, students will be able to:  
I  Use the fundamentals of differential and integral calculus to analyse existing and developing new mathematical models in engineering.  
II  Apply the concept of multivariable calculus in different engineering problems.  
III  Investigate the convergence behaviour of power series arising in various engineering applications.  
IV  Apply the basic concepts of linear algebra including linear transformations.  
Program: B.Tech CSE  
Course: Mathematics PaperIIProbability & Statistics; Semester: 1^{st}/2^{nd}  
Course Code: BTAM20418  NBA/NAAC Code:CS143  
CO No.  COs(Course Outcomes): On the successful completion of course, students will be able to:  
I  Apply the statistical methods and the ideas of probability for presenting the brief picture of given data.  
II  Apply the discrete probability distributions and basic ideas of correlation and regression to solve problems.  
III  Apply the continuous probability distributions and curve fitting to analyze data.  
IV  Apply the concept of sampling theory for making decisions in practical problems.  
Program: B.Tech ECE, EE  
Course: Mathematics PaperII; Semester: 1^{st}/2^{nd}  
Course Code: BTAM20218  NBA/NAACCode: CA140  
CO No.  COs(Course Outcomes): On the successful completion of course, students will be able to:  
I  To find the solution of Ordinary differential equations (linear) in most of the dynamical systems of engineering  
II  Use the fundamental concepts of partial differential equations to study the vibration of a string, flow of heat in a rod and plate(steady state).  
III  Demonstrate understanding of common numerical methods and how they are used to obtain approximate solutions to otherwise intractable mathematical problems.  
IV  Derive numerical methods for various mathematical operations and tasks, such as interpolation, differentiation, integration, the solution of linear and nonlinear equations, and the solution of differential equations.  
Program: B.Tech CE  
Course: Mathematics PaperII; Semester: 1^{st}/2^{nd}  
Course Code: BTAM20118  NBA/NAACCode: CA139  
CO No.  COs(Course Outcomes): On the successful completion of course, students will be able to:  
I  Understand and solve first order ordinary differential equations of exact and reducible to exact, second order linear differential equations with variable coefficients utilizing the standard techniques, and method of power series solution encountered in engineering.  
II  Apply the methods of solving first order partial differential equations (linear as well as nonlinear type),homogeneous and nonhomogeneous linear partial differential equations of second and higher order commonly occur in civil engineering.  
III  Classify and solve simple problems of second order linear partial differential equations along with initial and boundary value conditions in Cartesian coordinates using method of separation of variables and D’Alembert’s solution of wave equation.  
IV  Solve Laplace equation and one dimensional diffusion equation in Cartesian coordinate system and express Laplace equation in plane, cylindrical and spherical polar coordinates.  
Program: B.Tech ME/AG  
Course: Mathematics PaperIIOrdinary Differential Equations and Complex Variables; Semester: 1^{st}/2^{nd}  
Course Code: BTAM20318  NBA/NAACCode: CM141  
CO No.  COs(Course Outcomes): On the successful completion of course, students will be able to:  
I  Apply the tools of differential calculus to the functions of complex variables and study the functions and their properties.  
II  Apply the tools of integral calculus to evaluate the singularities and integrals of the functions of complex variables and definite real integrands.  
III  Solve the ordinary differential equations of first order.  
IV  Solve the ordinary differential equations of higher order as needed in the engineering problems.  
Program: B.Tech  
Course:Basic Electrical Engineering; Semester: 1^{st}/2^{nd}  
Course Code: BTEE10118  NBA/NAAC Code:CA154  
CO No.  COs(Course Outcomes): On the successful completion of course, students will be able to:  
I  Evaluate the basic concepts of direct current and alternation current in various machines and circuit networks.  
II  Solve the basic numerical related to various laws of network and network Theorems  
III  Study working principle of transformer, electrical machines and power converters  
IV  Introduce the components of low voltage electrical installations  
Program: B.Tech  
Course:Basics of Electrical Engineering Laboratory; Semester: 1^{st}/2^{nd}  
Course Code: BTEE10218  NBA/NAAC Code:CA155  
CO No.  COs(Course Outcomes): On the successful completion of course, students will be able to:  
I  The ability to use common electrical measuring instruments and understand the fundamentals of electrical engineering.  
II  The ability to make electrical connections and measure power, power factor using appropriate equipments.  
III  Have the knowledge of electrical machines, components and their ratings.  
IV  Understand the operation of transformers and electrical machines.  
Program: B.Tech CSE  
Course:Engineering Graphics and Drawing; Semester: 1st/2nd  
Course Code: BME101102  NBA/NAAC Code: CS156  
CO No.  COs(Course Outcomes): On the successful completion of course, students will be able to:  
CO I  The students will be able to understand various concepts of engineering drawing like dimensioning, conventions and scales.  
CO II  The students will be able to understand orthographic projections in first and third angles.  
CO III  The students will be able to understand interior details and surface layout of various objects.  
CO IV  The students will be able to understand and acquire knowledge of projection of 3D objects.  
CO V  The students will be able to understand the various concepts of interpretation of joints.  
Program: B.Tech  
Course: ChemistryI Semester: 1st/2nd  
Course Code: BTCH10118  NBA/NAAC Code:CA157  
CO No.  COs(Course Outcomes): On the successful completion of course, students will be able to:  
CO I  The students will be able to analyse microscopic chemistry in terms of atomic and molecular orbitals and intermolecular forces  
CO II  The students will be able to rationalise bulk properties and processes using thermodynamics, periodic properties such as ionization potential, electronaffinity etc.  
CO III  The students will be able to distinguish the ranges of the electromagnetic spectrum used in various spectroscopic techniques.  
CO IV  The students will be able to understand the stereochemistry of organic compounds and major chemical reactions that are used in the synthesis of molecules.  
Program: B.Tech  
Course: Chemistry LabI Semester: 1st/2nd  
Course Code:– BTCH10218  NBA/NAAC Code: CA158  
CO No.  COs(Course Outcomes): On the successful completion of course, students will be able to:  
CO I  The students will learn the techniques like conductometry and chromatography  
CO II  The students will learn the methods to determine Partition coefficient, Rate constant and adsorption isotherm.  
CO III  The students will be able to study the properties of lubricant to compare their quality.  
CO IV  The students will be able to analyze the different lattice structures and synthesize a polymer molecule.  
Programme: B.Tech  
Course: Programming for Problem Solving; Semester: 1^{st}/2^{nd}  
Course Code: BTPS10118NBA/NAAC Code:CA160  
CO No.  COs(Course Outcomes): On the successful completion of course, students will be able to: 
CO I  Describe algorithm, pseudo codes and programming structures. 
CO II  Use syntax, semantics and different constructs to solve mathematical and logical problems in ‘C’ language. 
CO III  Implement programs related to simple numerical method problems, namely root finding of function, differentiation of function and simple integration in ‘C’ language. 
CO IV  Identify the role of simple data structures, pointers, memory allocation and data handling for various applications through files in ‘C’. 
CO V  Decompose a problem into functions and synthesize a complete program using divide and conquer approach. 
CO VI  Describe various file related operations. 
Program: B.Tech  
Course: Programming for Problem Solving LabSemester: 1st/2nd  
Course Code:– BTPS10218  NBA/NAAC Code: CA159  
CO No.  COs(Course Outcomes): On the successful completion of course, students will be able to:  
CO I  Understand the various hardware and software parts of computer system and define the basic working of Operating System.  
CO II  Describe syntax, semantics and different constructs to solve mathematical and logical problems in ‘C’ language  
CO III  Implement a simple program by writing the code, testing the code and debugging the program in ‘C’ Language.  
CO IV  Represent data in arrays, strings and structures and manipulate them through a program.  
CO V  Declare pointers of different types and use them in defining self referential structures.  
CO VI  Implement programs to create, read and write to and from simple text files.  
Program: B.Tech  
Course: Manufacturing Practice Semester: 1st/2nd  
Course Code:– BTMP101  NBA/NAAC Code: CA165  
CO No.  COs(Course Outcomes): On the successful completion of course, students will be able to:  
CO I  Student will develop skills for welding on arc welding and gas welding.  
CO II  Students will learn about safety precautions while handling tool and machinery.  
CO III  Acquire skill for machining on lathe machines.  
CO IV  Acquire skills for marking, cutting, fitting practices in fitting shops and learn about various materials used for making moulds, cores and casting.  
CO V  Students will acquire skills to fabricate projects involving operations of carpentry shop, welding shop, fitting and foundry shops.  
CO VI  Student will develop skills for welding on arc welding and gas welding.  
Program: B.Tech  
Course: English Semester: 1st/2nd  
Course Code:– BTHU10118  NBA Code: CA161  
CO No.  COs(Course Outcomes): On the successful completion of course, students will be able to:  
CO I  Become the independent users of English language.  
CO II  Acquire basic proficiency in reading & listening, comprehension, writing and speaking skills.  
CO III  Understand spoken and written English language, particularly the language of their chosen technical field.  
CO IV  Converse fluently.  
CO V  Produce on their own clear and coherent texts.  
Program: B.Tech  
Course: EnglishLab Semester: 1st/2nd  
Course Code:– BTHU10218  NBA Code: CA162  
CO No.  COs(Course Outcomes): On the successful completion of course, students will be able to:  
CO I  Become the independent users of English language.  
CO II  Acquire basic proficiency in listening and speaking skills.  
CO III  Understand spoken English language, particularly the language of their chosen technical field.  
CO IV  Converse fluently  
CO V  Produce on their own clear and coherent texts.  