Course Outcome-ASH

Course Outcome








At the end of course students will be able to –

1A1 Engineering


§  Able to understand Rolle’s Theorem and its applications to Engineering Problems.

§  Able to understand maxima minima concept.

§  Able to apply Demoiver’s theorem in various concepts of complex number.

§  Able to solve differential equations of certain types that they might encounter in the same or higher semester.


I A 2 Engineering Physics


§  Fundamental, knowledge in: – Electromagnetic phenomena and wave propagation.

§  Interferometry techniques in metrology, communication.

§  Application of quantum physics to optical & electrical phenomena.

§  Application of lasers and Fiber Optics in Engineering and Technology.

§  Conducting, superconducting and dielectric materials.

§  Semi conducting and new engineering materials.

§  Physics of Modern engineering materials.

§  Application of ultra-Sonic’s, acoustics.


1A3 Engineering Mechanics


§  Compose and resolve the forces along with its effect.

§  Apply principles of statics to the system of rigid bodies and analyse simple structures.

§  Calculate frictional forces for simple contact, wedges and belt friction.

§  Locate centroid and calculate moment of inertia.

§  Calculate various kinematic quantities.

§  Solve the problems using different kinetic equations related to direct and interconnected particles.

§  Apply principle of conservation of momentum and laws of impact.


1A4 Computer Programming


§  To explain fundamental concepts of computer and computing.

§  To test and execute the programs and correct syntax and logical errors.

§  To implement conditional branching, iteration and recursion.

§  To use arrays, pointers and structures to formulate algorithms and programs.

§  To recognize various problem solving techniques and computer applications.

§  To apply programming concepts to solve real life problems.


1A5 Workshop Practice

§  To give students ‘hands on experience’ of craftsmanship.

§  To make students familiar with different work trades.

§  To develop quality & safety consciousness amongst the students.

§  To develop respect towards labor work amongst the students.

§  To develop skill sets for creating entities from primitive engineering materials

§  To develop skill sets for establish in connections through wires and cables.

§  This exercise also aims at inculcating respect for physical work and hard labor in addition to some value addition by getting exposed to interdisciplinary engineering domains.


I B 1 Engineering Mathematics-II

§  The essential tool of matrices and linear Algebra in a comprehensive Manner.

§  Evaluation of Integrals by Reduction Formulae, Gamma and Beta Function

§  Use the tool of Fourier series for learning advanced engineering mathematics.

§  Use new techniques DUIS to evaluate Integrals and Tracing of Curves

§  The Mathematical tools needed in evaluating Multiple Integrals and their usage.


1B2 Engineering Chemistry

§  Apply the knowledge of chemistry in softening processes involved in water technology.

§  Identify various types of corrosion and methods to protect the metallic structures form corrosive environment

§  Understanding of the energy storage system (battery).

§  Apply the knowledge of useful engineering materials such as cement, lubricants, ceramics, refractory’s and nano materials based on their properties.

§  Develop the technique involved in the manufacturing process of cement

§  Apply the knowledge about the properties of chemical fuels for the generation of power.

§  Apply the knowledge of various polymeric material, their synthesis and applications.

§  Identify various phases of material at different thermodynamics variables.

§  Identification and analysis of materials by using advanced analytical techniques


1B3 Basic Electrical Engineering


§  Explain the basic concepts of electric and magnetic circuits.

§  The students will be able to solve problems on AC fundamentals & three phase circuits

§  Explain the operating principles of various electrical machines and describe the working of various measuring instruments and importance of earthing


1B4 Engineering Graphics


§  Students will able to read/prepare/understand the engineering drawings

§  Students will able to create the projections and sectional views of 3D objects

§  Students will able to draw the orthographic and isometric views of 3D objects

§  Students will able to use graphics software to create Engineering drawings and represent engineering systems


1B5- English Communication Skills Laboratory.


§  The learning outcome of students will be assessed through assignments, tests and final exams and most importantly through practical performances.

§  Through these tests, it would be revealed that students are able to reproduce their understanding of concepts/principles of communication in English language.

§  Students can present themselves well in front of large audience on a variety of topics. Moreover they get the knack for structured conversation to make their point of views clear to the listeners.