The ambiance at Corporate Institute of Science & Technology (CIST) is inspiring and conducive for acquisition of Technological knowledge and honing of Engineering Skills.

Graduate Attributes Specified by the Institute are: .

- Engineering Knowledge
- Problem Analysis
- Design & Development of Solutions
- Investigation of Complex Problem
- Modern Tool Usage
- Engineer and Society
- Environment and Sustainability
- Ethics
- Individual & Team work
- Communication
- Lifelong Learning
- Project Management & Finance

All these graduate attributes are part of learning outcomes and institution ensures their effective implementation through teaching learning process, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

Learning Outcomes Specified by the Institute are:

- An ability to apply knowledge of computing, mathematical foundations, algorithmic principles, and computer science and engineering theory in the modeling and design of computer-based systems to real-world problems (fundamental engineering analysis skills).
- An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data (information retrieval skills).
- An ability to design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based system, process, component, or program to meet desired needs, within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability (creative skills).
- An ability to function effectively on multi-disciplinary teams (teamwork).
- An ability to analyze a problem, and identify, formulate and use the appropriate computing and engineering requirements for obtaining its solution (engineering problem solving skills).
- An understanding of professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and responsibilities (professional integrity).
- An ability to communicate effectively, both in writing and orally (speaking / writing skills).
- The broad education necessary to analyze the local and global impact of computing and engineering solutions on individuals, organizations, and society (engineering impact assessment skills).
- Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in continuing professional development and life-long learning (continuing education awareness).
- A knowledge of contemporary issues (social awareness).
- An ability to use current techniques, skills, and tools necessary for computing and engineering practice (practical engineering analysis skills).

- An ability to identify, analyze and solve engineering problems relating to mechanical systems together with allied engineering streams.
- The student will be able to apply the knowledge of Mathematics, Sciences and engineering fundamentals to formulate, analyze and provide solutions to the problems related to Mechanical engineering and communicate them effectively to the concerned.
- The student will be able to Design mechanical systems in various fields such as machine elements, thermal, manufacturing, industrial and inter-disciplinary fields by using various engineering/technological tools to meet the volatile needs of the industry and society at large.
- An ability of collaborative learning to find out cost-effective, optimal solution sustainable growth.

- The ability to understand, analyse and develop computer programs in the areas related to algorithms, system software, multimedia, web design, big data analytics, and networking for efficient design of computer-based systems of varying complexity.
- The ability to understand the evolutionary changes in computing, apply standard practices and strategies in software project development using open-ended programming environments to deliver a quality product for business success, real world problems and meet the challenges of the future.
- The ability to employ modern computer languages, environments, and platforms in creating innovative career paths to be an entrepreneur, lifelong learning and a zest for higher studies and also to act as a good citizen by inculcating in them moral values & ethics.

- Analyze the working principles and operation of various electrical systems and design a system to meet the desired needs within realistic constraints keeping in mind the standards and environment.
- Able to apply the acquired knowledge to analyze, design and test real life electrical engineering problems using modern tools and methodologies.
- Able to demonstrate the skills to work on projects in team and demonstrate commitment to professional ethical practices and life long learning.

- To implant the capacity to apply the concepts of Electronics, Communications, Signal processing, VLSI, Control systems etc., in the design, development and implementation of application oriented engineering systems.
- An ability to isolate and solve complex problems in the domain of Electronics and Communication using latest hardware and software tools, along with analytical and managerial skills to arrive at cost effective and optimum solutions, either independently or as a team.
- Acquaintance of social and environmental awareness with ethical responsibilities to have a successful career in real-world applications by keeping abreast of the technological changes.

- The Graduates of this Program with proficiency in mathematics and basic sciences will excel in the core areas of Civil Engineering such as Structural, Environmental and Water Resources Engineering.
- The graduates will plan, produce detailed drawings, write specification, and prepare cost estimates. Understand modern management and construction techniques to complete projects within the stipulated period and funds.
- The graduates will develop and design sustainable and smart infrastructure considering the global environmental challenges.

After learning the course the students should be able to:

- To know and understand the conventions and the method of engineering drawing.
- Interpret engineering drawings using fundamental technical mathematics.
- Construct basic and intermediate geometry.
- To improve their visualization skills so that they can apply these skill in developing new products.
- To improve their technical communication skill in the form of communicative drawings.
- Comprehend the theory of projection.

After successful completion of this course students will able to:

- To describe and use basic engineering concepts.
- Principles and components of mechanical equipment.
- Measuring & testing method of physical quantities.
- Calculation of friction and revolution in mechanical parts.
- Assessment of boiler component.

- At the end of the course students will able to solve simple problem of work and energy.
- At the end of the course students will able to understand the importance and application of various laws of mechanics.

- To understand how different objects can be made from the given raw material by using different mechanical tools.
- To introduce students to the basic concepts of manufacturing via shaping, forming, machining
- To develop a knowledge of appropriate parameters to be used for various machining operations.
- To develop a knowledge of workshop practice and basic use of machine tools and workshop equipment.

- Identify the unique vocabulary associated with thermodynamics and Explain the basic concepts of thermodynamics like system, properties, equilibrium, pressure, specific volume, temperature, zeroth law of thermodynamics, temperature measurement and temperature scales.
- Distinguish between ideal gas and pure substance. Calculate thermodynamic properties using tables of thermodynamic properties and analyze the processes on T-v diagrams to solve advanced engineering problems.
- Explain the concept of thermodynamic work. Calculate and compare work in case of a closed system executing different thermodynamic processes or different thermodynamic cycles.
- State and apply the first law of thermodynamics for closed and open systems undergoing different thermodynamic processes. Evaluate the performance of steam power plants, refrigeration plants and their components using the first law of thermodynamics for open systems.
- State and prove the equivalence of two statements of second law of thermodynamics. Define reversible process and state the propositions regarding efficiency of Carnot cycle. Evaluate the feasibility of a thermodynamic cycle using the second law of thermodynamics for typical engineering problems.
- Quantify the second law of thermodynamics for a cycle by establishing the inequality of Clausius. Apply the inequality of Clausius and establish the property entropy of a system. Derive and apply principle of increase of entropy to evaluate the feasibility of a thermodynamic process.

- Analyze the Structure of materials at different levels, basic concepts of crystalline materials like unit cell, FCC, BCC, HCP, APF (Atomic Packing Factor), Co-ordination Number etc.
- Understand concept of mechanical behavior of materials and calculations of same using appropriate equations.
- Explain the concept of phase & phase diagram & understand the basic terminologies associated with metallurgy. Construction and identification of phase diagrams and reactions.
- Understand and suggest the heat treatment process & types. Significance of properties Vs microstructure. Surface hardening & its types. Introduce the concept of harden ability & demonstrate the test used to find harden ability of steels.

Upon successful completion of this course students should be able to:

- Understand the fundamental knowledge about various types of loading, stresses & strains induced in axially loaded members.
- Compute and draw the shear force and bending moment diagrams for different types of loads and support conditions.
- Derive the bending stress distribution and shear stress distribution for various cross sections of beam.
- Calculate the slope and deflection of the beams subjected to different types of loads.
- Analyze and design the circular members in torsion and buckling of columns for different end conditions.
- Determine magnitude and location of principal stresses using Analytical and Mohr Circle method for plane stress system.

Upon successful completion of this course students should be able to:

- To understand basic manufacturing processes like casting and welding.
- To learn various aspects of different manufacturing techniques such as various casting methods and welding methods.
- To have a broad knowledge to design a casting process for a product and design of welded joints.
- Understand and analyze foundry practices like pattern making, mould making, Core making and Inspection of defects.
- Understand and analyze Hot and Cold Working, Rolling, Forging, Extrusion and Drawing Processes.
- Understand the constructional details and Working of Centre Lathe.

After successful completion of this course students will able to:

- Develop an understanding of different natural resources including renewable resources.
- Realize the importance of ecosystem and biodiversity for maintaining ecological balance.
- Develop an understanding of environmental pollutions and hazards due to engineering/technological activities and general measures to control them.
- Demonstrate an appreciation for need for sustainable development and role of science.
- Aware of important acts and laws in respect of environment.

After successful completion of this course students will able to:

- The students will be conversant with commonly used mechanism for industrial application.
- The students will get competency in drawing velocity and acceleration diagram for simple and complex mechanism.
- Students will get analytical competency in solving kinematic problems using complex algebra method.
- The students will get competency in graphical and analytical method for solving problems in static and dynamic force analysis.

After successful completion of this course students will able to:

- Understand the properties of fluid & application of Pascal’s law.
- Understand the kinematics of fluid flow.
- Apply the Bernoulli’s Equation for solution in fluid.
- Analyze the behavior of internal flow through pipe.
- Understand the flow over a plate and forces on immersed bodies.

At the closing stage of the course students will be able to:

- Understand basics and working principles of different types of machine tools to meet varied functional and operational requirements.
- They will be able for designing machine components and machine tools.
- Explain working of grinding, super finishing, gear cutting, broaching, threading.
- Interpret designation system / method of cutting tools and tool holders used on machine tools.
- Understand the working, constructional features advantages and limitations of various non-traditional manufacturing processes.

After completing the course, students will be able to:

- Understand various types of I.C. Engines and Cycles of operation.
- Analyze the effect of various operating variables on engine performance.
- Understand normal and abnormal combustion phenomena in SI and CI engines.
- Evaluate performance Analysis of IC Engine and justify the suitability of IC Engine for different application.
- Understand the conventional and non-conventional fuels for IC engines and effects of emission formation of IC engines, its effects and the legislation standards.

After completing the course, students will be able to:

- Appreciating the need and importance of vibration analysis in mechanical design of machine parts that operate in vibratory conditions.
- Ability to analyze the mathematical model of a linear vibratory system to determine its response.
- Ability to obtain linear mathematical models of real life engineering systems.
- Ability to use Lagrange’s equations for linear and nonlinear vibratory systems.
- Ability to determine vibratory responses of SDOF and MDOF systems to harmonic, periodic and non-periodic excitation.
- General notion on frequency and time response of vibratory systems.

After completing the course, students will be able to:

- Determine the effect of gyroscopic couple in a dynamic body such as airplanes, ships and four and two wheeler.
- Analyze friction clutches, brakes dynamometer and flywheels.
- Determine balancing for rotating and reciprocating mass system and analyze different types of governors.
- Perform static and dynamic analysis to attain equilibrium in mechanisms and synthesize mechanisms for motion, path and function generation.

After completing the course, students will be able to:

- Define and apply productivity concept to engineering applications.
- Demonstrate techniques to increase productivity.
- Describe the implementation of work and time study at a workplace.
- Assess the importance of ergonomics for design of machines.
- Explain the Color models and psychology of seeing.
- Apply the concepts of aesthetics at interiors and exteriors of a workplace.

- Classify and explain boilers, boiler mountings and accessories.
- Determine boiler performance based on given specific parameters.
- Working of steam prime movers.
- Identify the elements and processes of steam condensers and cooling towers.
- Operate air compressors and observe the parameters affecting the performance.
- This course covers the basic concepts and results for the compressible flow of gases and introduction to the numerical method of characteristics.
- The method of characteristics will be described in one dimensional unsteady isentropic flow.
- The emphasis will be on the physical understanding of the phenomena and basic analytical results.

- To teach students how to apply the concepts of stress analysis, theories of failure and material science to analyze, design and/or select commonly used machine components.
- To illustrate to students the variety of mechanical components available and emphasize the need to continue learning.
- To teach students how to apply mechanical engineering design theory to identify and quantify machine elements in the design of commonly used mechanical systems.
- To teach students how to apply computer based techniques in the analysis, design and/or selection of machine components.

- Use the Product Design and Development Process, as a means to manage the development of an idea from concept through to production.
- Employ research and analysis methodologies as it pertains to the product design process, meaning, and user experience.
- Apply creative process techniques in synthesizing information, problem-solving and critical thinking.
- Demonstrate and employ hand drawing and drafting principles to convey concepts.

- Understanding basic characteristics of renewable sources of energy and technologies for their utilization.
- Define basic properties of different renewable sources of energy and technologies for their utilization.
- Describe main elements of technical systems designed for utilization of renewable sources of energy.
- Undertake simple analysis of energy potential of renewable sources of energy.
- Explain the correlation between different operational parameters.

After completing the course, students will be able to:

- Define and apply productivity concept to engineering applications.
- Demonstrate techniques to increase productivity.
- Describe the implementation of work and time study at a workplace.
- Assess the importance of ergonomics for design of machines.
- Explain the Color models and psychology of seeing.
- Apply the concepts of aesthetics at interiors and exteriors of a workplace.

After completing the course, students will be able to:

- Understand the need of energy conversion and the various methods of energy storage.
- Explain the field applications of solar energy.
- Identify Winds energy as alternate form of energy and to know how it can be tapped.
- Explain bio gas generation and its impact on environment.
- Understand the Geothermal &Tidal energy, its mechanism of production and its applications.
- Illustrate the concepts of Direct Energy Conversion systems & their applications.

After completing the course, students will be able to:

- Appreciating the need and importance of vibration analysis in mechanical design of machine parts that operate in vibratory conditions.
- Ability to analyze the mathematical model of a linear vibratory system to determine its response..
- Ability to obtain linear mathematical models of real life engineering systems.
- Ability to use Lagrange’s equations for linear and nonlinear vibratory systems.
- Ability to determine vibratory responses of SDOF and MDOF systems to harmonic, periodic and non-periodic excitation.

After completing the course, students will be able to:

- Identify the different parts of the automobile
- Explain the working of various parts like engine, transmission, clutch, brakes.
- Describe how the steering and the suspension systems operate.
- Understand the environmental implications of automobile emissions.
- Develop a strong base for understanding future developments in the automobile industry.

After completing the course, students will be able to:

- Identify and develop operational research models from the verbal description of the real system.
- Understand the mathematical tools that are needed to solve optimization problems.
- Develop a report that describes the model and the solving technique, analyze the results and propose recommendations in language understandable to the decision-making processes in Management Engineering.
- Define logistics and identify the factors affecting logistics and basic tasks of SC.
- Describe economies of scale in SC and compute optimal level of product availability.
- Identify factors affecting Transportation decisions and discuss transportation modes.
- Express factors influencing SC coordination and indicate the impact of E-Business.

- Know different Design Methods, calculate Weight & Metal Content and improve Rigidity & Strengthening of Mechanical Members and Structures
- Learn how to analyze products and be able to improve their manufacturability and lower costs.
- Design machine components which are subjected to fluctuating loads.
- Distinguish different design criterions and their procedure to carry out the required design steps for designing mechanical components.
- To be able to carry out complete mechanical system design of various mechanisms.

- Students should be able to understand various refrigeration cycles and evaluate performance using Mollier charts and/ or refrigerant property tables.
- Students should be able to illustrate the fundamental principles and applications of refrigeration and air conditioning system.
- Students should be able to obtain cooling capacity and coefficient of performance by conducting test on vapor compression refrigeration systems.
- Students should be able to present the properties, applications and environmental issues of different refrigerants.
- Students should be able to estimate the condition of steam and performance of vapour power cycle and vapour compression cycle.
- Students should be able to calculate cooling load for air conditioning systems used for various applications.
- Students should be able to use Psychometric charts and estimate various essential properties related to Psychrometry and processes.
- Students should be able to operate and a0lyze the refrigeration and air conditioning systems

- Student should be able to select appropriate manufacturing processes for advanced components with characterization of work pieces.
- Student should be able to understand Various Advanced manufacturing metal forming Processes.
- Student should be able to understand various material processing techniques for critical components.
- Student should be able to understand various micro machining processes.
- Student should be able to understand selection of latest additive manufacturing processes

- Use the Product Design and Development Process, as a means to manage the development of an idea from concept through to production.
- Employ research and analysis methodologies as it pertains to the product design process, meaning, and user experience.
- Apply creative process techniques in synthesizing information, problem-solving and critical thinking.
- Demonstrate and employ hand drawing and drafting principles to convey concepts.

- Explain the needs of hardware and software required for a computation task.
- State typical provisions of cyber law that govern the proper usage of Internet and computing resources
- Explain the working of important application software and their use to perform any engineering activity.
- Demonstrate the use of Operating system commands and shell script.
- Understanding the concept of input and output devices of Computers and how it works and recognize the basic terminology used in computer programming.
- Design basic programs involving decision structures, loops and functions.
- Use different data structures like Array, Stack, Queue, Tree, Graph.

- Explain the needs of hardware and software required for a computation task.
- State typical provisions of cyber law that govern the proper usage of Internet and computing resources.
- Explain the working of important application software and their use to perform any engineering activity.
- Demonstrate the use of Operating system commands and shell script.
- Understanding the concept of input and output devices of Computers and how it works and recognize the basic terminology used in computer programming.
- Design basic programs involving decision structures, loops and functions.
- Use different data structures like Array, Stack, Queue, Tree, Graph.

- Explain the basic concepts of switching and finite automata theory & languages.
- Relate practical problems to languages, automata, computability and complexity.
- Construct abstract models of computing and check their power to recognize the languages.
- Analyse the grammar, its types, simplification and normal form.
- Interpret rigorously formal mathematical methods to prove properties of languages, grammars and automata.
- Develop an overview of how automata theory, languages and computation are applicable in engineering application.

After completion of this course, the students would be able to:

- Solve mathematical problems with Discrete Structure.
- Explain algebraic structures.
- Explain basics of logic, set of theory and functions.
- Solve graph theory problem.
- Explain POSETS, Hasse diagram and lattices.

- Implement assembly language program for given task for 8086 microprocessor.
- Demonstrate control unit operations and conceptualize instruction level parallelism.
- Identify and compare different methods for computer I/O mechanisms.
- Demonstrate and perform computer arithmetic operations on integer and real numbers.
- Categorize memory organization and explain the function of each element of a memory hierarchy.

- Basics of cloud computing and defining Cloud Computing to memorize the different Cloud service and deployment models.
- Key concepts of virtualization to describe importance of virtualization along with their technologies and. use and examine different cloud computing services.
- Cloud Implementation, Programming and Mobile cloud computing analyze the components of open stack & Google Cloud platform and understand Mobile Cloud Computing.
- Describe the key components of Amazon web Service.
- Design & develop backup strategies for cloud data based on features.

- Understand the major phases of compilation and to understand the knowledge of Lex tool.
- Develop the parsers and experiment the knowledge of different parsers design without automated tools.
- Construct the intermediate code representations and generation.
- Convert source code for a novel language into machine code for a novel computer.
- Apply for various optimization techniques for dataflow analysis.

- To introduce the major programming paradigms, and the principles and techniques involved in design and implementation of modern programming languages.
- To introduce notations to describe syntax and semantics of programming languages.
- To analyze and explain behaviour of simple programs in imperative languages using concepts such as binding, scope, control structures, subprograms and parameter passing mechanisms.
- To introduce the concepts of ADT and object oriented programming for large scale software development.
- To introduce the concepts of concurrency control and exception handling.

- Understand history and working of web applications with different protocols.
- Understand the importance of information architecture and different development phases and issues with security concern.
- Develop web based application using suitable client side and server side web technologies.
- Understand and develop the concept of XML to transport data from one type of application to other.
- Understand the concept of E-Commerce and related issues.

- The evolution of storage and implementation models.
- Storage devices principles including structure, host I/O processing, & core algorithms.
- Storage classes (SAN, NAS. CAS), interconnection protocols, and management principles.
- Storage network design principles.
- Networked storage capabilities (Snaps, mirroring, virtualization) 6. Backup, Business Continuity, and Disaster Recovery principles.

- Describe the fundamental elements of relational database management systems
- Explain the basic concepts of relational data model, entity-relationship model, relational database design, relational algebra and SQL.
- Design ER-models to represent simple database application scenarios.
- Convert the ER-model to relational tables, populate relational database and formulate SQL queries on data.
- Improve the database design by normalization.
- Familiar with basic database storage structures and access techniques: file and page organizations, indexing methods including B tree, and hashing.

The objective of this is that the students will be able to:

- Build an understanding of the fundamental concepts of computer networking.
- Familiarize the student with the basic taxonomy and terminology of the computer networking area.
- Introduce the student to advanced networking concepts, preparing the student for entry Advanced courses in computer networking.
- Allow the student to gain expertise in some specific areas of networking such as the design and maintenance of individual networks.
- Identify the different types of network topologies and protocols.
- Enumerate the layers of the OSI model and TCP/IP. Explain the function(s) of each layer.
- Identify the different types of network devices and their functions within a network.
- Understand and building the skills of sub netting and routing mechanisms.
- Familiarity with the basic protocols of computer networks, and how they can be used to assist in network design and implementation.

The Objective of this course is to:

- The primary objective of this course is to provide an introduction to the basic principles, techniques, and applications of soft computing.
- Students will have an understanding of the basic areas of Soft Computing including Artificial Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logic and Genetic Algorithms.
- Provide the mathematical background for carrying out the optimization associated with neural network learning.

Students will be able to:

- Analyze the structure of OS and basic architectural components involved in OS design.
- Analyze and design the applications to run in parallel either using process or thread models of different OS.
- Analyze the various device and resource management techniques for timesharing and Distributed Systems.
- Understand the Mutual exclusion, Deadlock detection protocols of Operating System.
- Interpret the mechanisms adopted for file sharing in distributed Applications.
- Conceptualize the components involved in designing a contemporary OS.
- Conceptualize the components involved in Memory Hierarchy and their coordinated functioning.

- Students develop knowledge of basic Data Structures for storage and retrieval of ordered or unordered data.
- Students develop knowledge of applications of data structures including the ability to implement algorithms for the creation, insertion, deletion, searching, and sorting of each data structure.
- Students learn the mechanism of various sorting algorithms.
- Students learn to analyze and compare algorithms for efficiency using Big-O notation.
- Students implement projects requiring the implementation of the above data structures

- Demonstrate concepts of parallelism in hardware/software.
- Discuss memory organization and mapping techniques.
- Describe architectural features of advanced processors like MPP, VLIW, Superscalar, and Super Pipelined processors.
- Interpret performance of different pipelined processors.
- Understand the working details of Cache Memory and the related protocols of Cache Coherence.

- Explain the importance of data communications and the Internet in supporting business communications and daily activities.
- Explain how communication works in data networks and the Internet.
- Recognize the different internetworking devices and their functions.
- Explain the role of protocols in networking.
- Analyze the services and features of the various layers of data networks.
- Design, calculate, and apply subnet masks and addresses to fulfill networking requirements.

To know about various encryption techniques.

- To understand the concept of Public key cryptography.
- To study about message authentication and hash functions
- To impart knowledge on Network security.
- To define the terms vulnerability, threat and attack.
- To identify physical points of vulnerability in simple networks.
- To compare and contrast symmetric and asymmetric encryption systems and their vulnerability to attack, and explain the characteristics of hybrid systems
- To learn about Email security. IP security and web security. Intrusion detection and prevention systems. Firewalls and virtual private networks. Wireless network security.

- Identify the advantages and challenges in designing distributed algorithms for different primitives like mutual exclusion, deadlock detection, agreement, etc.
- Design and develop distributed programs using sockets and RPC/RMI.
- Differentiate between different types of faults and fault handling techniques in order to implement fault tolerant systems.
- Analyze different algorithms and techniques for the design and development of distributed systems subject to specific design and performance constraints.

- Students will understand the need of object oriented programming, fundamental concepts and will be able to solve computational problems using basic constructs like if-else, control structures, array, and strings in Java environment.
- Student will understand how to model the real world scenario using class diagram and be able to exhibit communication between objects. Understand how to apply the major object-oriented concepts to implement object oriented programs in C++, encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism.
- Students will be able to implement relationships between classes.
- Students will be able to demonstrate various collection classes.
- Students will be able to create and user interfaces and packages.
- The students will be able to demonstrate programs on exceptions, multi-threading and applets.

- Students will gain knowledge regarding the various laws and principles associated with electrical systems.
- Students will gain knowledge regarding electrical machines and apply them for practical problems.
- Students will gain knowledge regarding various types of semiconductors.
- Student will gain knowledge digital electronics.
- Student will gain knowledge on electronic systems.
- Students will acquire knowledge in using the concepts in the field of electrical engg. Projects and research.

- Ability to understand construction, working principle, phasor diagram, efficiency, regulation and O.C. & S.C. test of 1-phase two winding and auto transformer.
- Ability to understand parallel operation of transformers , construction of three phase transformer ,phasor groups and connection ,Scott connection , tap changers, conservator ,breather and cooling.
- Ability to understand working principle , construction working principle ,phasor diagram , efficiency , torque slip characteristics and No load & Block rotor test of 3-phase Induction motor.
- Ability to understand starting of 3-phase Induction motor , starters , cogging ,crawling, double cage and deep bar Induction motor.
- Ability to understand double revolving field theory , equivalent circuit , No load & Block rotor test ,methods of starting of 1-phase induction motor.

- Spectacle an awareness and apply knowledge of number systems, codes, Boolean algebra and use necessary A.C, D.C Loading characteristics as well as functioning while designing with logic gates.
- Use logic function representation for simplification with K-Maps and analyze as well as design Combinational logic circuits using SSI & MSI chips.
- Analyze Sequential circuits like Flip-Flops (Truth Table, Excitation table), their conversion & design the applications.
- Identify the Digital Circuits, Input/Outputs to replace by FPGA
- Use VHDL programming technique with different modeling styles for any digital circuits.

- Understanding of basic linear feedback principles, feedback loop requirements such that the system steady state response is improved , messon’s gain formula and error detectors.
- Understanding of time domain analysis of first and second order systems for various test signals , various parameters of time response ,and various types of controllers.
- Understanding of Routh Harwitz criterion , root locus and determination of stability.
- An ability to determine stability using Body plot and Nyquist plot.
- Understanding design of phase lag and phase lead compensator.

- Student can able to understand & model power-frequency dynamics and to design power-frequency controller.
- Student can understand Forecasting of base load and Unit commitment using different methods.
- Student can able to understand & model reactive power-voltage interaction and different methods of control for maintaining voltage profile against varying system load.
- Student can able to understand Economic Dispatch Controller and solution of Coordinate equation by iteration method.
- Student can able to understand generation and absorption of Reactive power and the methods of voltage control.

- Ability to understand laws of illumination.
- Maintain various electric heating and welding equipments used in industries.
- Ability to understand various Electric Drive and elevator used in industries.
- Ability to understand various concepts of Electric Traction system.
- Maintain various domestic electrical appliances.

- Analyze the performance characteristics of each instrument.
- Illustrate basic meters such as voltmeters and ammeters.
- Explain about different types of signal analyzers.
- Explain the basic features of oscilloscope and different types of oscilloscopes.
- Apply the complete knowledge of various electronics instruments/transducers to measure the physical quantities in the field of science, engineering and technology.

- Understand the major power quality problems.
- Use equipment that are required to measure the quality of power.
- Apply and analyze/compare techniques available to mitigate power quality problems.
- Solve optimization problems using dynamic programming and genetic algorithm and apply for solving engineering optimization problems.
- To impart the knowledge of automatic generation control and automatic voltage regulation.

- Articulate the basics of power electronic devices.
- Express the design and control of rectifiers, inverters.
- Design of power electronic converters in power control applications.
- Ability to express characteristics of SCR, BJT, MOSFET and IGBT.
- Ability to express communication methods.
- Ability design AC voltage controller and Cyclo Converter.
- Ability to design Chopper circuits.

- Able to understand the principle of operation and power converter for switched reluctance motor and stepper motor.
- Able to understand construction, principle of operation, theory of torque production in brushless DC motor.
- Able to understand construction, principle of operation of linear induction drive for electric traction and permanent magnet motors.
- Able to explain the control aspect of special electrical machines.
- Able to understand the features of electric motors for traction applications.

- The Objective of this course is providing an introduction to energy and renewable energy recourses with a scientific examination of the energy field and an emphasis on alternative energy sources and their technology and application.
- Aware the students about different pollution with their harmful effect.
- Students are expected to learn about environment, factors affecting it, environmental ethics and its protection.
- This course is also providing information about how the manage the waste materials.

- Apply the knowledge of basic circuital law and simplify the network using reduction techniques.
- Analyze the circuit using Kirchhoff’s law and Network simplification theorems.
- Infer and evaluate transient response, Steady state response, network functions.
- Obtain the maximum power transfer to the load , and Analyze the series resonant and parallel resonant circuit.
- Evaluate two-port network parameters , design attenuators and equalizers.
- Synthesize one port network using Foster and Cauer Forms.

- An ability to understand Cartesian, cylindrical and spherical coordinate systems, Coulombs Law , electric field intensity , stokes theorem , Divergence theorem , Gauss’s law and it’s applications.
- An in depth understanding of Laplace’s and Poisson’s equations , electric dipole ,potential and electric field due to dipole, boundary conditions for electric field , energy density in electric field , conduction current ,displacement current and continuity equation.
- An ability to understand Biot Savert’s law , determination of intensity of magnetic field due to various configurations , Ampere’s law and it’s applications , Magnetic boundary conditions and magnetic dipole.
- An understanding of scalar and vector magnetic potential ,faraday’s law , self and mutual inductances due to various configurations and Maxwell’s equations.
- An ability to understand electromagnetic waves propagating in free space, poynting’s theorem, polarization of EM waves and transmission and reflection of EM waves.

- To use the techniques and skills for electrical projects.
- Design a system, component or process to meet desired needs in electrical engineering.
- Measurement of R,L,C, Voltage, current, power factor, power, energy.
- Ability to balance bridges to find unknown values.
- Ability to measure frequency, phase with oscilloscope.
- Ability to use Digital voltmeters, measurement of strain, displacement, velocity, angular velocity, temperature, pressure or vacuum.

- An ability to understand conducting and insulating properties of materials used for cables , and electrical machines.
- A knowledge of various parameters of dielectric materials , piezoelectric materials ,ferroelectric property and testing of transformer oil.
- A knowledge of applications of semi conductor materials and their properties.
- An ability to understand classification of magnetic materials, various parameters of magnetic materials and special purpose materials.
- A knowledge of fabrication of BJT ,FET ,CMOS , IC resistors and IC capacitors.

- Ability to understand construction, working principle and EMF equation of D.C. Generator.
- Ability to understand armature reaction , Torque Equation , speed control and various characteristics of D.C. motor.
- A Knowledge of excitation methods and determination of voltage regulation of synchronous generator.
- Ability to understand two reaction theory, synchronizing power and synchronizing torque of synchronous generator.
- A knowledge of starting and V-curves of synchronous motor.

- An ability to understand basic operation of various power semiconductor devices and passive components.
- An ability to understand the basic principle of switching circuits.
- An ability to analyze and design an AC/DC rectifier circuit.
- An ability to analyze and design DC/DC converter circuits.
- An ability to analyze DC/AC inverter circuit.
- An ability to understand the role power electronics play in the improvement of energy usage efficiency and the development of renewable energy technologies.

- Student will understand the operation of the converter / chopper fed dc drive and to solve simple problems.
- Student can able to understand the operation of both classical and modern induction motor drives.
- Student can apply this skills to design the current and speed controllers for a closed loop solid-state d.c motor drive.
- Student can understand the concept of AC AND DC drive system.
- Student can discriminates to drive the systems required for special machines.

- Student can exhibit the study of mmf calculation and thermal rating of various types of electrical machines.
- Student can able to design armature and field systems for d.c. machine.
- Students creatively apply knowledge to design core, yoke, windings and cooling systems of transformers.
- Students can construct the design of stator and rotor of induction machines.
- Student can able to design stator and rotor of synchronous machines and study their thermal behavior.

- Identify the breakdown mechanism in different types of dielectrics.
- Explain in detail about lightning and switching over-voltages, effects and its protection.
- Illustrate the concepts of travelling waves and insulation coordination.
- Analyze different methods of generation of high voltage and high current in laboratory.
- Analyze different methods of measurement of high voltage and high current in laboratory.
- Describe the different methods of non-destructive & high voltage testing of electrical apparatus.

- Evaluate the power handling capacity of different transmission systems.
- Analyze electrostatic and electromagnetic fields and corona in EHVAC lines.
- Explain basic configuration of EHVAC & HVDC system.
- Utilize the voltage control and current control systems for power flow control in HVDC systems.
- Design the AC filters as well as DC filters, Reactive power compensation.
- Describe different types of HVDC systems such as MTDC, protection and substation layout of HVDC power plant.

- Ability to understand basic concepts of solar energy, measurement of solar radiation data and solar time.
- Ability to understand solar passive heating and cooling systems.
- A Knowledge of solar photovoltaic systems, solar cell technologies, maximizing the solar PV output and maximum power point tracker.
- Ability to understand Wind energy scenario – World and India.
- A knowledge of wind energy conversion system, analysis of aerodynamic force acting on the blade and its generating systems.

After the completion of this course student will be able to:

- Learn about microwave test bench in analyzing various parameters of microwave signal.
- Learn about solid state devices, directivity, gain and how to coupling of power in microwave signal.
- Learn about basic concept microwave communication system in real time application.

After completion of subject student will be able to:

- Understand various concepts used in a satellite communication system.
- Use relevant methods to understand and reduce atmospheric effect on satellite communication.
- Understand and use satellite navigation system for day to day application.

At the end of the course the students should able to

- Understand optical fibre communication system , optical fibre cable ,various modes and fibre fabrication.
- Link between the relation of power launching and coupling to various sources.
- Understand photo detector and signals degradation in optical fibre.
- Understand optical receiver and digital links.

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

- Calculate the information content of a random variable from its probability distribution.
- Calculate joint, conditional, and marginal entropies and relationship between them.
- Define Channel Capacities and properties using Shannon's Theorems.
- To design source coding techniques such as Shannon Fano and Huffman and channel coding techniques such as convolutional and block codes.
- Understand how error control coding techniques are applied in communication systems.

After completion of subject student will be able to :

- Identify and explain functionality of various blocks of microprocessor.
- Design code and debug the assembly language programs that demonstrate concepts of processors architecture and program development environment.
- Interface I/O devices such as 8255 PPI A/D, D/A converters.
- Understand working prototype for advanced microprocessor.

After completion of subject student will be able to:

- Knowledge of sampling techniques and application using digital modulation techniques.
- Visualization and practical implementation of baseband modulation and demodulation techniques and observes the output waveforms.
- Knowledge of Coding and decoding technique of different line codes.

After completion of subject student will be able to:

- Analyze Characteristic Parameters of symmetrical and asymmetrical two port networks.
- Analysis and design of various Passive Filters
- Synthesis of Positive real function using LC, RL, RC, and RLC network.

After successful completion of the course student will be able to:

- Develop and design systems which represent information using a binary system or binary number.
- Store, transmit, and reproduce data to design system for transmission.
- How to simulate and implement combinational and sequential circuit using different type of system.

After completion of subject student will be able to:

- Understand operation of Different types of diode and their role in design of various electronics applications.
- Develop the capability to analyze and design simple circuits containing nonlinear element such as transistor using the concept of load line, operating points for various biasing methods and perform small signal analysis.

After completion of subject student will be able to :

- Understand wireless communication systems, different generations of wireless networks.
- Understand Mobile radio propagation
- Understand about GSM & CDMA

After completion of subject student will be able to:

- Transforms analysis of Linear Time Invariant System
- Apply engineering problem solving strategies to DSP problems.
- Design and test signal processing algorithms for various applications.
- Design and simulate digital filters.
- Understand various applications of DSP such as multi rate signal processing.

After completion of subject student will be able to:

- Describe about the electromagnetic theory generation and radiation.
- Describe the fundamentals of various types of Antennas and its radiation patterns
- Describe about synthesis and analysis of various type of antenna.
- Describe about the concept of radio wave propagation.

After completion of subject student will be able to :

- Apply relevant knowledge and skills, within the main area, to a given problem
- Reflect on, evaluate and critically assess one’s own and others’ scientific results
- Identify one’s need for further knowledge and continuously develop one’s own knowledge

After completion of subject student will be able to:

- Understand the concepts of feedback amplifier circuits.
- Design and analyze the frequency response of different types of oscillator.
- Design and analyze the output of power amplifier using op-amp.

At the end of the course, the student should:

- Be able to describe signals mathematically and understand how to perform mathematical operations on signal.
- Be able to classify various types of signals and systems.
- Be able to determine the various types of transforms for the conversion of time domain to frequency domain.
- Understand the process of convolution between signals.
- Be able to compute fourier series and become familiar with mathematical problem related to this.
- Analyze LTI system and understand concept of sampling.

After completion of subject student will be able to:

- Analyze energy and power spectral density of the signal.
- Describe different types of noise and predicts effect on various analog communication systems.
- Express the basic concepts of analog modulation schemes.
- Evaluate analog modulated waveform in time/frequency domain and also find modulation index
- Analyse different characteristics of receiver.

After completion of subject student will be able to:

- Design, Optimization and simulation of
- Basic Electronic circuits
- Transient and steady state analysis of RL/ RC/ RLC circuits, realization of network theorems.
- Use of virtual instruments built in the software.

Upon completion of the Building, planning & Architecture course, Students are expected to attain the following outcomes.

- Students able to understand Town planning and legal aspects
- Students able to understand Planning, Design and Safety of Buildings
- Students able to understand Architectural Drawing and building byelaws
- Students able to understand various Building Services
- Students able to understand Planning of Residential Buildings.
- Students able to understand principle of architectural planning.
- Students able to understand about the perspective view.

- Understand various types of buildings material. classification of bricks and scaffolding
- Know types of Flooring, roofing and materials used for both.
- To introduce students to various types Timber and Stones.
- To understand various types of Protective coatings which are applied and its application
- Produce civil engineering graduates who are able to know about safety in construction as well as eco-friendly and Miscellaneous materials used in

Upon completion of the SOM course, Students are expected to attain the following outcomes.

- Students will learn the Introduction to various types of stresses, strains, and relation between elastic constant, determinate and indeterminate structures for homogeneous and composite structures.
- Understand the concept and application of moment of inertia, bending stress, shear stress, and torsion moment and strain energy.
- Study Torsion and Strain Energy
- Study the bending moment diagram, shear force diagram, and axial force diagram by manually
- Analyze the column load by different loads in different end conditions.

Upon completion of the Surveying course, Students are expected to attain the following outcomes.

- Ability to understand the GNSS and triangulation.
- Understand concept of hydrographic surveying.
- To understand the setting out of engineering works and perform trigonometrical Leveling.
- Ability to adjust geodetic traverse and understand laws of weights.
- To understand the concepts of aerial photography.
- To know concepts of Remote Sensing and GIS and their applications in various fields of civil engineering.

Upon completion of the Construction Technology course, Students are expected to attain the following outcomes.

- Identify the factors to be considered in construction of buildings and develop the construction practices and techniques.
- Identify the components of building and differentiate various types of building materials depending on its function.
- Students will understand purpose, types, materials, design issues, and erection of temporary structures for construction activities.
- Students able to understand properties of advance materials and byproducts such as fly ash, red mud, furnace slag and their suitability to civil works.
- Students will learn about the Use of Waste products and Industrial Byproducts in bricks, blocks, concrete and mortar.
- Students will also learn about the construction of earthquake resistant building.

Student should able to:

- Explain the importance of geology and compare the geological features with engineering importance.
- Apply knowledge regarding the underline rock formation to get complete idea about igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rock.
- Explain about fault, folds, unconformity and joints which are present in the strata of the earth crest, by which they can able to compare the particular area with their construction site or engineering projects.
- Explain the characteristic and impact of the naturally occurring disasters and they would be able to evaluate and create the precaution related to civil engineering.
- To know concepts of Remote Sensing and GIS and their applications in various fields of civil engineering.

- Classify & discuss statically determinate & indeterminate structure
- Apply & Analyze the concept of influence lines for deciding the critical forces and sections while designing.
- Apply concept of strain energy and analyze redundant frames.
- Explain the importance of horizontal thrust in maintaining parabola of two hinged parabolic arch for external loading and analyze the same.
- Identify, analyze, & solve problems using slope deflection method.
- Apply the concept of force to solve indeterminate structure

Upon completion of the TE-I course; Students are expected to attain the following outcomes.

- Exhibit the knowledge of planning, design and the fundamental properties of highway materials in highway engineering.
- Understand and use the concept of different methods in design, construction, inspection and maintenance of the pavement.
- Understand and describe the terms related to bridge, hydrological parameters and code of practices in bridge design.
- Understand the different sub-structures and super-structures of a bridge and its construction, rating and maintenance.
- To understand the construction methods of tunnels, types, shape and drainage conditions.

Upon completion of the fluid mechanics-I course, Students are expected to attain the following outcomes.

- Student will be able to understand properties of fluid and dimensional Analysis.
- Student should be able to understand concept of pressure and principle of buoyancy.
- Student should be able to understand fluid kinematics.
- Student should get knowledge of fluid Dynamic and Bernoulli’s theorem.
- Student should be able to understand type of flow and boundary layer theory.
- Student should be able to understand turbulent flow and flow through pipe.

Upon completion of the Quantity surveying and costing course, Students are expected to attain the following outcomes.

- Explain the importance of preliminary estimate for administrative approval & technical sanction for a civil engineering project.
- Utilize contracts and tenders in construction practices.
- Analyze, & assess the quantity of materials required for civil engineering works as per specifications.
- Evaluate & estimate the cost of expenditure and prepare a detailed rate analysis report.
- Analyze and choose cost effective approach for civil engineering projects.
- Construct detailed report on estimation and valuation process.

- Describe Remote Sensing concepts, physical fundaments and components and adequately use vocabulary, terminology and nomenclature of the discipline.
- Know about main Remote Sensing Systems and programs (sensors, platforms, etc.) and assess its potential to spatial analysis.
- Know and use main methods to improve, correct and interpret properly Remote Sensing Images. Describe factors responsible for the main land cover behavior.
- Use GIS software to perform different spatial analysis and satellite image digital analysis.
- Prepare documents of medium complexity, consisting of text, maps, graphs and tables to clearly present the design specifications of a data model for GIS application.
- Understand main concepts that define Geographic Information Systems.

Upon completion of the Transportation Engineering-II course, Students are expected to attain the following outcomes

- Understand history of road development, roads classification, traffic Engineering and controlling devices in India.
- Able to fixation of road alignment, Geometric parameters, and highway drainage system
- Able to select different materials for various courses of road, pavement design and construction procedures.
- Able to Airport planning and designing.
- Low cost construction of road by bituminous macadam has been studied.

After completion of course students will learn the following:

- Understand concepts of pavement performance
- Characterize traffic loads for pavement design and analysis
- Characterize strength and durability of pavement materials
- Understand and account for climatic factors in pavement design and analysis
- Design flexible and rigid pavements using standard methods.
- Design overlays as per used and field condition.

Upon completion of the EE-I course; Students are expected to attain the following outcomes

- Explain the importance and necessity of water.
- Analyze the capacity of water supply scheme.
- Classify and Compare between the conveyance systems and the appurtenances used in water supply system.
- Distinguish the characteristics of water relevant to drinking water standards and determine the necessity of treatment and also able to differentiate it.
- Design various units of conventional water treatment plant and water supply system.
- Identify necessity of treatment, types of treatment processes and disposal methods for Solid Waste.

Upon completion of the fluid mechanics-II course, Students are expected to attain the following outcomes.

- Define the concepts related to boundary layer theory and drag and lift forces.
- Apply the knowledge of theories and equations of pipe flow in analyzing and designing the pipe network systems and its components including water hammer pressures.
- Utilize the concepts of uniform and critical flow through open channels including design of efficient channel sections. Also apply specific energy concepts in the analysis of open channel flow.
- Demonstrate Gradually Varied Flow & Rapidly Varied Flow analysis and its computation
- Demonstrate and apply basic concepts related to Turbines & Pumps in Water Resources planning.

Upon completion of the RCC-I course; Students are expected to attain the following outcomes.

- Explain the basic concepts of structural design Methods of RCC to the practical problem.
- Use the knowledge of the structural properties of materials i.e. steel and concrete in assessing the strength.
- Use the knowledge in structural planning and design of various components of buildings.
- Explain the composite action of reinforced steel and concrete in reinforced concrete structural members.
- Explain and design the slabs.

Upon completion of the MCT&E course, Students are expected to attain the following outcomes

- To study about various method for construction technology and also basic knowledge of it.
- To study about modern construction technology, equipments, pile foundations.
- To know the basic Knowledge and understanding of construction technology on the field.
- Study about the equipment used in construction technology.
- To study types of excavation, cassions and cofferdam, earthquake resistant buildings.

After completion of course students will learn the following:

- Understand concepts of pavement performance.
- Characterize traffic loads for pavement design and analysis.
- Characterize strength and durability of pavement materials.
- Understand and account for climatic factors in pavement design and analysis.
- Design flexible and rigid pavements using standard methods.
- Design overlays as per used and field condition.

Upon completion of the Transportation Engineering-II course, Students are expected to attain the following outcomes

- Understand the different specification of IS -456-2000For design and ability to understand the design philosophy.
- Ability to understand the water storage structure from IS 3370 Part II to Part IV.
- Understand and designing of soil retaining structure.
- Understand the behaviors and design of Bunkers & silos.
- Ability to analyze &design of portal frames.

- Ability to understand IS code of practice for the design of steel structural Elements.
- Analyze and design axially loaded column & built-up column with lacing and batten system.
- Analyze and design the eccentrically loaded column and column bases.
- Ability to analyze and design the flexural member as laterally restrained and unrestrained beams.
- Ability to design the connection between beam to beam , beam to column and Design of welded plate girder.
- Analyze and design roof truss and gantry girder for industrial building.

- This subject focus on the development and description of major culminating urban design.
- Challenges and demonstrates student skill and knowledge of urban design.
- To situate urban design within the social, cultural, political and technological context.
- It contributes to a clear understanding of urban and rural area. To developed skill in representation analysis and interaction of urban place and space.
- To develop critical and analytical thing along with the ability of communicate this thinking.
- To expose student to a range of historical precedent, theoretical idea case study and field experience relevant to the study and practices of urban planning.

Upon completion of the MCT&E course, Students are expected to attain the following outcomes

- Uses of all loadings and limit state design method for steel structure.
- On the successful completion of course the students will be able to understand the difference between prestressed construction and RCC construction.
- Use of knowledge of analysis in structural planning and design of various components of buildings.
- Also able to design the flat slab, combined footings, earth retaining structures and liquid retaining structures.
- Analyze and design the built up section.

Upon completion of the course, Students are expected to attain the following outcomes

- Develop different soil exploration techniques to examine the properties of soil.
- Ability to analyze the stability of natural slopes safety and sustainability of the slopes, design of retaining structures, reinforced earth wall, etc.
- Perceive knowledge to practice ground improvement techniques.
- Perceive knowledge to design shallow and deep foundation.
- Ability to analyze to calculate bearing capacity, earth pressure and foundation settlement.
- Ability to distinguish foundations under loading.

Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:

- Use statistical concepts and applications in traffic engineering.
- Identify traffic stream characteristics.
- Understand elements of highway safety and approaches to accident Studies.
- Design a pre-timed signalized intersection, and determine the signal splits.
- Design an actuated signalized intersection.
- Identify level of services for arterials.

- Examine the technical points that are required to set up a solid waste management system.
- Make physical and chemical analysis of municipal solid wastes and apply them for a management system.
- Design a packaging waste separation facility, compost facility and make site selection for a landfill.
- Use multiple criteria decision making systems for an optimum and sustainable integrated solid waste management system based on entire data.
- Make route optimization for a solid waste collection and transport system.