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Computer Engg.

Course Outcomes, Program Outcomes and Program Specific Outcomes

Course Outcomes

Second Year Engineering

Course code and Name: 210241: Discrete Mathematics

210241.1

Design and analyze real world engineering problems by applying set theory, propositional logic and mathematical induction

210241.2

Develop skill in expressing mathematical properties of relation and function

210241.3

Identify number of logical possibilities of events to design professional engineering Solutions

210241.4

Model and solve computing problem using tree and graph Analyze the properties of binary operations and evaluate the algebraic structure

210241.5

Apply abstract algebra in combinatorics, coding theory and questions regarding geometric constructions

Course code and Name: 210242: Fundamentals of Data Structures

210247: Data Structures Laboratory

210242.1

To demonstrate a detailed understanding of behaviour of data structures like array, linked list, stack, and queue by developing programs

210242.2

To use appropriate algorithmic strategy for better efficiency

210242.3

To summarize data searching and sorting techniques

210242.4

To discriminate the usage of various structures in approaching the problem solution.

210242.5

To analyze and use effective and efficient data structures in solving various Computer Engineering domain problems.

210242.6

To design the algorithms to solve the programming problems.

Course Code and Name: 210243: Object Oriented Programming

210248: OOP and Computer Graphics Laboratory

210243.1

Analyze the strengths of object oriented programming.

210243.2

Design and apply OOP principles for effective programming.

210243.3

Develop the application using object oriented programming language(C++).

210243.4

Apply object-oriented concepts for advanced programming.

Course code and Name: 210244: Computer Graphics

210248: OOP and Computer Graphics Laboratory

210244.1

Define basic terminologies of Computer Graphics, interpret the mathematical foundation of the concepts of computer graphics and apply mathematics to develop Computer programs for elementary graphic operations. 

210244.2

Define the concept of windowing and clipping and apply various algorithms to fill and clip polygons. 

210244.3

Explain the core concepts of computer graphics, including transformation in two and three dimensions, viewing and projection.

210244.4

Explain the concepts of color models, lighting, shading models and hidden surface elimination.

210244.5

Describe the fundamentals of curves, fractals, animation and gaming. 

Course Code and Name: 210245: Digital Electronics and Logic Design

210249: Digital Electronics Laboratory

210245.1

Simplify Boolean Expressions using K Map.

210245.2

Design and implement combinational circuits.

210245.3

Design and implement sequential circuits.

210245.4

Develop simple real-world application using ASM and PLD.

210245.5

Choose appropriate logic families IC packages as per the given design  specifications.

210245.6

Explain organization and architecture of computer system.

Course Code and Name : 210246: Humanity & Social Science

210246.1

Aware of the various issues concerning humans and society.

210246.2

Aware about their responsibilities towards society.

210246.3

Sensitized about broader issues regarding the social, cultural, economic and human aspects, involved in social changes.

210246.4

Able to understand the nature of the individual and the relationship between self and the community.

210246.5

Able to understand major ideas, values, beliefs, and experiences that have shaped human history and cultures.

Course Code and Name :210250: Business Communication Skills Laboratory

210250.1

Able to understand the SWOT analysis.

210250.2

Aware about the personal & career goal setting.

Third Year Engineering

Course Code and Name: 310241: Theory of Computation

310241.1

Able to design deterministic Turing machine for all inputs and all outputs.

310241.2

Able to subdivide problem space based on input subdivision using constraints

310241.3

Able to apply linguistic theory

Course code and Name: 310242 : Database Management Systems

310247:Database Management System Lab

310242.1

Design E-R Model for given requirements and convert the same into database tables.

310242.2

Use database techniques such as SQL & PL/SQL.

310242.3

Use modern database techniques such as NOSQL.

310242.4

Explain transaction Management in relational database System.

310242.5

Describe different database architecture and analyses the use of appropriate architecture in real time environment.

310242.6

Students will be able to use advanced database Programming concepts Big Data HADOOP.

310242.7

Develop the ability to handle databases of varying complexities.

310242.8

Use advanced database Programming concepts

Course code and Name: 310243: Software Engineering and Project Management

310243.1

Decide on a process model for a developing a software project.

310243.2

Classify software applications and Identify unique features of various domains.

310243.3

Design test cases of a software system.

310243.4

Understand basics of IT Project management.

310243.5

Plan, schedule and execute a project considering the risk management.

310243.6

Apply quality attributes in software development life cycle.

Course code and Name: 310244: Information Systems and Engineering Economics

310244.1

Understand the need, usage and importance of an Information System to an organization.

310244.2

Understand the activities that are undertaken while managing, designing, planning, implementation, and deployment of computerized information system in an organization

310244.3

Further the student would be aware of various Information System solutions like ERP, CRM, Data warehouses and the issues in successful implementation of these technology solutions in any organizations

310244.4

Outline the past history, present position and expected performance of a company engaged in engineering practice or in the computer industry.

310244.5

Perform and evaluate present worth, future worth and annual worth analyses on one of more economic alternatives.

310244.6

Be able to carry out and evaluate benefit/cost, life cycle and breakeven analyses on one or more economic alternatives.

Course code and Name: 310245: Computer Networks

310248: Computer Networks Lab

310245.1

Analyze the requirements for a given organizational structure to select the most appropriate networking architecture, topologies, transmission mediums, and technologies.

310245.2

Demonstrate design issues, flow control and error control.

310245.3

Analyze data flow between TCP/IP model using Application, Transport and Network Layer Protocols.

310245.4

Illustrate applications of Computer Network capabilities, selection and usage for various sectors of user community

310245.5

Illustrate Client-Server architectures and prototypes by the means of correct standards and technology.

310245.6

Demonstrate different routing and switching algorithms.

310245.7

Demonstrate LAN and WAN protocol behavior using Modern Tools.

310245.8

Analyze data flow between peer to peer in an IP network using Application, Transport and Network Layer Protocols.

310245.9

Demonstrate basic configuration of switches and routers.

310245.10

Develop Client-Server architectures and prototypes by the means of correct standards and technology.

Course code and Name: 310246: Skill Development Lab

310246.1

Evaluate problems and analyze data using current technologies in a wide variety of business and organizational contexts.

310246.2

Create data-driven web applications.

310246.3

Incorporate best practices for building applications.

310246.4

Employ Integrated Development Environment(IDE) for implementing and testing of software solution.

310246.5

Construct software solutions by evaluating alternate architectural patterns.

Final Year Engineering

Course Code and Name: 410241: High Performance Computing

410246:Laboratory Practice I

410241.1

Describe different parallel architectures, inter-connect networks, programming models

410241.2

Develop an efficient parallel algorithm to solve given problem

410241.3

Analyze and measure performance of modern parallel computing systems

410241.4

Build the logic to parallelize the programming task

Course Code and Name: 410242: Artificial Intelligence and Robotics

410247:Laboratory Practice II

410242.1

Identify and apply suitable Intelligent agents for various AI applications

410242.2

Design smart system using different informed search / uninformed search or heuristic approaches.

410242.3

Identify knowledge associated and represent it by ontological engineering to plan a strategy to solve given problem.

410242.4

Apply the suitable algorithms to solve AI problems

Course Code and Name: 410243: Data Analytics

410243.1

Write case studies in Business Analytic and Intelligence using mathematical models

410243.2

Present a survey on applications for Business Analytic and Intelligence

410243.3

Provide problem solutions for multi-core or distributed, concurrent/Parallel environments

Course Code and Name: 410244(D): Elective I - Data Mining and Warehousing

 

410244.D1

Apply basic, intermediate and advanced techniques to mine the data

410244.D2

Analyze the output generated by the process of data mining

410244.D3

Explore the hidden patterns in the data

410244.D4

Optimize the mining process by choosing best data mining technique

Course Code and Name:  410245(D): Elective II -Mobile Communication

410245.D1

Justify the Mobile Network performance parameters and design decisions.

410245.D2

Choose the modulation technique for setting up mobile network.

410245.D3

Formulate GSM/CDMA mobile network layout considering futuristic requirements which conforms to the technology.

410245.D4

Use the 3G/4G technology based network with bandwidth capacity planning.

410245.D5

Percept to the requirements of next generation mobile network and mobile applications.

Course Code and Name : 410248:Project Work Stage I

410248.1

Solve real life problems by applying knowledge

410248.2

Analyze alternative approaches, apply and use most appropriate one for feasible solution.

410248.3

Write precise reports and technical documents in a nutshell.

410248.4

Participate effectively in multi-disciplinary and heterogeneous teams exhibiting team work, Inter-personal relationships, conflict management and leadership quality.