PEOs and POs

B.E. Electronics and Communication Engineering

Programme Educational Objectives

PEO01: Professional development: Graduates will have a successful career in electronic and communication engineering or associated industries or higher education and research, or as entrepreneurs

PEO02: Attitude towards lifelong-learning: Graduates will have the ability and attitude to adapt to evolving technological challenges
Program Outcomes

a) Graduates will demonstrate knowledge of differential equations, integral equations, vector calculus, complex variables, matrix theory, probability theory and random process, chemistry, physics and electrical & electronics engineering.

b) Graduates will demonstrate an ability to identify, formulate and solve electronics and communication engineering problems.

c) Graduates will demonstrate an ability to design electronic and electrical circuits and conduct experiments with electrical, electronics and communication systems, analyse and interpret data.

d) Graduates will demonstrate an ability to design digital and analog systems and components.

e) Graduates will demonstrate an ability to visualize and work on laboratory and multi-disciplinary tasks.

f) Graduates will demonstrate skills to use modern engineering tools, software and hardware to analyse problems.

g) Graduates will demonstrate knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities.

h) Graduates will be able to communicate effectively in both verbal and written form.

i) Graduates will show the understanding of impact of engineering solutions on the society and also will be aware of contemporary issues.

j) Graduates will develop confidence and ability for life-long learning.

k) Graduates will be able to participate and succeed in competitive examinations including GATE, GRE and UGC NET.

l) Graduates will demonstrate an ability as an individual or as a member of a team to solve complex and socially relevant engineering problems.

M.E. Communication Systems

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

PEO01: Professional development: Graduates will have a successful career in communication system design or associated industries or research and higher education, or as entrepreneurs.

PEO02: Attitude towards lifelong-learning: Graduates will have the ability and attitude to adapt to evolving technological challenges.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES:

(a) Graduates will demonstrate sound knowledge and wider perspective in the area of communication engineering to become successful professionals. (GA1 – scholarship of knowledge)

(b) Graduates will demonstrate an ability to identify and solve engineering problems related to communication systems. (GA3 – Problem solving)

(c) Graduates will demonstrate an ability to design and evaluate communication systems or components considering realistic constraints. (GA3 – Problem solving)

(d) Graduates will demonstrate research skill by working on problems that involve study of literature, methodologies, techniques, and tools, and conduct of experiments needing data interpretation. (GA4 – Research skill)

(e) Graduates will demonstrate an ability to critically examine engineering problems and to come up with solutions that may require collaborative, multidisciplinary and innovative approach. (GA2 – Critical thinking and GA6 – Collaborative and multidisciplinary tasks)

(f) Graduates will demonstrate an ability to use modern engineering tools, software and equipment to analyze and solve engineering problems. (GA5 – Usage of modern tools)

(g) Graduates will exhibit an understanding of professional, ethical and social responsibilities. (GA10 – Ethical practices and social responsibility)

(h) Graduates will be able to communicate orally and in writing in an effective way, and to present their work before peers and/or scientific community. (GA8 – Communication)

(i) Graduates will demonstrate management skill in handling engineering projects involving time and financial planning. (GA7 – Project management and finance)

(j) Graduates will recognize the need for, and develop an ability to engage in, independent, reflective and life-long learning. (GA9 – Lifelong learning and GA11 – Independent and reflective learning)

*GA – graduate attributes

M.E. Applied Electronics

Programme Educational Objectives

PEO01: Professional development: Graduates will have a successful career in electronic system design or associated industries or research and higher education, or as entrepreneurs.

PEO02: Attitude towards lifelong-learning: Graduates will have the ability and attitude to adapt to evolving technological challenges.

Program Outcomes

Redefined Program Outcomes of M.E Applied Electronics, Batch: 2015-2017 Onwards Articulation and Guidelines for Mapping with Course Outcomes (As on March 26th, 2016)

Upon completion of the programme, Graduates will

a) Scholarship of Knowledge: Acquire in-depth knowledge in electronic system design with an ability to understand, apply, analyze and integrate the same for enhancement of knowledge.

b) Critical Thinking: Analyze engineering problems in electronic system design and evaluate independently to make intellectual and/or creative choices for conducting research.

c) Problem Solving: Identify, analyze and develop optimal solutions to solve electronic system design problems, and understand its impact on the society.

d) Research Skill: Extract information through literature survey, apply appropriate methodologies, conduct experiments, analyze and interpret data individually/in group(s) for enhancement of knowledge in electronic system design.

e) Usage of modern tools: Use appropriate techniques, and modern engineering tools, for electronic system design.

f) Collaborative and Multidisciplinary work: Demonstrate an ability to visualize and contribute to collaborative-multidisciplinary research, as an individual or as a member of a team.

g) Project Management and Finance: Apply the engineering and management principles for efficient project management.

h) Communication: Comprehend and communicate confidently and effectively in both verbal and written form.

i) Life-long Learning: Recognize the need and acquire confidence for independent and life-long learning.

j) Ethical Practices and Social Responsibility: Acquire knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities.

k) Independent and Reflective Learning: Observe and examine the outcomes of one’s actions and take independent corrective measures.