**PO1**. **Engineering knowledge :** Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

**PO2**. ** Problem analysis : **Identity, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using the first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

**PO3**. **Design/development of solutions : **Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

**PO4**. **Conduct investigations of complex problems : **Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis, and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

**PO5**. **Modern tool usage : **Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

**PO6**. ** The engineer and society :** Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

**PO7**. **Environment and sustainability : ** Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

**PO8**. **Ethics : **Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

**PO9**. **Individual and team work : **Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

**PO10**. **Communication :** Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

**PO11**. **Project management and finance : **Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

**PO12**. ** Life-long learning :** Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

**PSO1 : **Graduates will demonstrate the knowledge in Non-Conventional Energy sources, Energy Management and Special Machines

**PSO2 : **The learners will be able to develop the knowledge of the competitive environment in the success of globally acclaimed tests like GRE, TOFEL, IELTS, GMAT, CAT, PSUs and GATE etc.

#### R-18 REGULATION

Year/Sem. | S.No. | Subject Name | SUB CODE | COURSE OUT COMES | |

I YEAR I SEM | 1 | Mathematics -I | MA101BS | CO1 | Write the matrix representation of a set of linear equations and to analyse the solution of the system of equations |

CO2 | Find the Eigen values and Eigen vectors | ||||

CO3 | Reduce the quadratic form to canonical form using orthogonal transformations. | ||||

CO4 | Analyse the nature of sequence and series | ||||

CO5 | Solve the applications on the mean value theorems. | ||||

2 | Chemistry | CH102BS | CO1 | Understand the concepts of molecular and atomic orbitals and band theory related to conductivity. | |

CO2 | TApply different methods to convert hard water into soft water. | ||||

CO3 | Apply the electro chemistry concept to control corrosion process | ||||

CO4 | Analyse the reaction mechanism of organic molecules and synthesis of drug molecules. | ||||

CO5 | Apply the basic techniques of spectroscopy in medical and other fields | ||||

3 | Basic Electrical Engineering | EE103ES | CO1 | To analyze and solve electrical circuits using network laws and theorems | |

CO2 | To understand and analyze basic Electric and Magnetic circuits | ||||

CO3 | To study the working principles of Electrical Machines | ||||

CO4 | To introduce components of Low Voltage Electrical Installations | ||||

CO5 | |||||

4 | Engineering Workshop | ME105ES | CO1 | Study and practice on machine tools and their operations | |

CO2 | Practice on manufacturing of components using workshop trades including pluming, fitting, carpentry, foundry, house wiring and welding | ||||

CO3 | Identify and apply suitable tools for different trades of Engineering processes including drilling, material removing, measuring, chiseling | ||||

CO4 | Apply basic electrical engineering knowledge for house wiring practice | ||||

CO5 | |||||

5 | English | EN105HS | CO1 | Use English Language effectively in spoken and written forms. | |

CO2 | Comprehend the given texts and respond appropriately. | ||||

CO3 | Communicate confidently in various contexts and different cultures. | ||||

CO4 | Acquire basic proficiency in English including reading and listening comprehension, writing and speaking skills | ||||

CO5 | |||||

6 | Engineering Chemistry Lab | CH106BS | CO1 | Determination of parameters like hardness and chloride content in water. | |

CO2 | Estimation of rate constant of a reaction from concentration –time relationships | ||||

CO3 | Determination of physical properties like adsorption and viscosity | ||||

CO4 | Calculation of Rfvalues of some organic molecules by TLC technique. | ||||

7 | English Language and Communication Skills Lab | EN107HS | CO1 | Better understanding of nuances of English language through audio-visual experience and group activities | |

CO2 | Neutralization of accent for intelligibility | ||||

CO3 | Speaking skills with clarity and confidence which in turn enhances their employability skills | ||||

8 | Basic Electrical Engineering Lab | EE108ES | CO1 | Get an exposure to basic electrical laws. | |

CO2 | Understand the response of different types of electrical circuits to different excitations | ||||

CO3 | Understand the measurement, calculation and relation between the basic electrical parameters | ||||

CO4 | Understand the basic characteristics of transformers and electrical machines. | ||||

I YEAR II SEM | 1 | Mathematics -II | MA201BS | CO1 | Identify whether the given differential equation of first order is exact or not |

CO2 | Solve higher differential equation and apply the concept of differential equation to real world problems | ||||

CO3 | Evaluate the multiple integrals and apply the concept to find areas, volumes, centre of mass and Gravity for cubes, sphere and rectangular parallelopiped | ||||

CO4 | Evaluate the line, surface and volume integrals and converting them from one to another | ||||

2 | Applied Physics | AP202BS | CO1 | The student would be able to learn the fundamental concepts on Quantum behaviour of matter in its micro state. | |

CO2 | The knowledge of fundamentals of Semiconductor physics, Optoelectronics, Lasers and fibre optics enable the students to apply to various systems like communications, solar cell, photo cells and so on | ||||

CO3 | Design, characterization and study of properties of material help the students to prepare new materials for various engineering applications. | ||||

CO4 | The course also helps the students to be exposed to the phenomena of electromagnetism and also to have exposure on magnetic materials and dielectric materials. | ||||

CO5 | |||||

3 | Programming for Problem Solving | CS203ES | CO1 | To write algorithms and to draw flowcharts for solving problems. | |

CO2 | To convert the algorithms/flowcharts to C programs | ||||

CO3 | To code and test a given logic in C programming language. | ||||

CO4 | To decompose a problem into functions and to develop modular reusable code | ||||

CO5 | To use arrays, pointers, strings and structures to write C programs. | ||||

CO6 | Searching and sorting problems. | ||||

4 | Engineering Graphics | ME204ES | CO1 | Ability to prepare working drawings to communicate the ideas and information. | |

CO2 | Ability to read, understand and interpret engineering drawings. | ||||

5 | Applied PhysicsLab | AP205BS | CO1 | To learn about structures of crystals ,different X-ray diffraction methods to understand the crystal structures and defects in crystal | |

CO2 | To realize importance of principles of quantam mechanics in understanding the behavior of fundamental particles and to know about behavior of an electron by statistical methods. | ||||

CO3 | To learn magnetic,dielectric and superconducting properties of materials & their applications | ||||

CO4 | To learn about properties of light like Interference,diffraction ,polarization and production and applications of lasers. | ||||

CO5 | To learn how semiconductor physics principles are used in fabrication of semiconductor devices ,To learn sabine’s formula for reverberation time and apply in architecture of buildings and To learn applications of Nano technology | ||||

6 | Programming for Problem Solving Lab | CS206ES | CO1 | formulate the algorithms for simple problems | |

CO2 | translate given algorithms to a working and correct program | ||||

CO3 | correct syntax errors as reported by the compilers | ||||

CO4 | identify and correct logical errors encountered during execution | ||||

CO5 | represent and manipulate data with arrays, strings and structures | ||||

7 | Environmental Science | MC209ES | CO1 | Based on this course, the Engineering graduate will understand /evaluate / develop technologies on the basis of ecological principles and environmental regulations which in turn helps in sustainable development | |

II YEAR I-SEM | 1 | Engineering Mechanics | EE301ES | CO1 | Determine resultant of forces acting on a body and analyse equilibrium of a body subjected to a system of forces. |

CO2 | Solve problem of bodies subjected to friction | ||||

CO3 | Find the location of centroid and calculate moment of inertia of a given section | ||||

CO4 | Understand the kinetics and kinematics of a body undergoing rectilinear, curvilinear, rotatory motion and rigid body motion. | ||||

CO5 | Solve problems using work energy equations for translation, fixed axis rotation and plane motion and solve problems of vibration | ||||

2 | Electrical Circuit Analysis | EE302PC | CO1 | Apply network theorems for the analysis of electrical circuits. | |

CO2 | Obtain the transient and steady-state response of electrical circuits. | ||||

CO3 | Analyzecircuits in the sinusoidal steady-state (single-phase and three-phase). | ||||

CO4 | Analyzetwo port circuit behavior. | ||||

3 | Analog Electronics | EE303PC | CO1 | Know the characteristics, utilization of various components. | |

CO2 | Understand the biasing techniques | ||||

CO3 | Design and analyze various rectifiers, small signal amplifier circuits | ||||

CO4 | Design sinusoidal and non-sinusoidal oscillators. | ||||

CO5 | A thorough understanding, functioning of OP-AMP, design OP-AMP based circuitswith linear integrated circuits | ||||

4 | Electrical Machines-I | EE304PC | CO1 | Analyze the principle and basic operation of DC machines. | |

CO2 | Analyze the principle, Construction and operation of a single phase transformer | ||||

CO3 | Clearly learn to the co-energy and field energy of Energy Electro mechanical energy conversion. | ||||

CO4 | Develop the basic skills in design and analysis of the rotating machines | ||||

CO5 | Discriminate the principle, construction and operation of DC machines | ||||

5 | Electromagnetic Fields | EE305PC | CO1 | To understand the basic laws of electromagnetism. | |

CO2 | To obtain the electric and magnetic fields for simple configurations under static conditions. | ||||

CO3 | To analyzetime varying electric and magnetic fields | ||||

CO4 | To understand Maxwell’s equation in different forms anddifferent media. | ||||

CO5 | To understand the propagation of EM waves. | ||||

6 | Electrical Machines Lab-I | EE306PC | CO1 | Start and control the Different DC Machines | |

CO2 | Assess the performance of different machines using different testing methods | ||||

CO3 | Identify different conditions required to be satisfied for self -excitation of DC Generators. | ||||

CO4 | Separate iron losses ofDC machines into different components | ||||

7 | Analog Electronics Lab | EE307PC | CO1 | Know the characteristics, utilization of various components. | |

CO2 | Understand the biasing techniques | ||||

CO3 | Design and analyze various rectifiers, small signal amplifier circuits | ||||

CO4 | Design sinusoidal and non-sinusoidal oscillators. | ||||

CO5 | A thorough understanding, functioning of OP-AMP, design OP-AMP based circuitswith linear integrated circuits. | ||||

8 | Electrical Circuits Lab | EE308PC | CO1 | Analyze complex DC and AC linear circuits | |

CO2 | Apply concepts of electrical circuits across engineering | ||||

CO3 | Evaluate response in a given network by using theorems | ||||

II YEAR II SEM | 1 | Laplace Transforms, Numerical Methods& Complex variables | MA401BS | CO1 | Use the Laplace transforms techniques for solving ODE’s |

CO2 | Find the root of a given equation. | ||||

CO3 | Estimate the value for the given data using interpolation | ||||

CO4 | Find the numerical solutions for a given ODE’s | ||||

CO5 | Analyze the complex function with reference to their analyticity, integration using Cauchy’s integral and residue theorems | ||||

CO6 | Taylor’s and Laurent’s series expansions of complex function | ||||

2 | Electrical Machines –II | EE402PC | CO1 | Understand the concepts of rotating magnetic fields. | |

CO2 | Understand the operation of ac machines | ||||

CO3 | Analyzeperformance characteristics of ac machines. | ||||

3 | Digital Electronics | EE403PC | CO1 | Understand working of logic families and logic gates | |

CO2 | Design and implement Combinational and Sequential logic circuits. | ||||

CO3 | Understand the process of Analog to Digital conversion and Digital to Analog conversion. | ||||

CO4 | Be able to use PLDs to implement the given logical problem. | ||||

4 | Control Systems | EE404PC | CO1 | Understand the basic elements and skill to represent the mathematical model of a system | |

CO2 | Determine the time response of different order systems for various step inputs. | ||||

CO3 | Estimate the frequency response of the system and to correlate the time and frequency domain specifications. | ||||

CO4 | Examine the stability of the system. | ||||

CO5 | Apply knowledge to adapt emerging applications to design the compensators. | ||||

5 | Power System-I | EE405PC | CO1 | Understand the concepts of power systems. | |

CO2 | Understand the operation of conventional generating stations and renewable sources of electrical power. | ||||

CO3 | Evaluate the power tariff methods | ||||

CO4 | Determine the electrical circuit parameters of transmission lines | ||||

CO5 | Understand the layout of substation and underground cables and corona | ||||

6 | Digital Electronics Lab | EE406PC | CO1 | Understand working of logic families and logic gates. | |

CO2 | Design and implement Combinational and Sequential logic circuits. | ||||

CO3 | Understand the process of Analog to Digital conversion and Digital to Analog conversion. | ||||

CO4 | Be able to use PLDs to implement the given logical problem. | ||||

7 | Electrical Machines Lab-II | EE407PC | CO1 | Assess the performance of different machines using different testing methods | |

CO2 | To convert the Phase from three phase to two phase and vice versa | ||||

CO3 | Compensate the changes in terminal voltages of synchronous generator after estimating the change by different methods | ||||

CO4 | Control the active and reactive power flows in synchronous machines | ||||

CO5 | Start different machines and control the speed and power factor | ||||

8 | Control Systems Lab | EE408PC | CO1 | How to improve the system performance by selecting a suitable controller and/or a compensator for a specific application | |

CO2 | Apply various time domain and frequency domain techniques to assess the system performance | ||||

CO3 | Apply various control strategies to different applications(example: Power systems, electrical drives etc) | ||||

CO4 | Test system controllability and observability using state space representation and applications of state space representation to various systems | ||||

III-1 | 1 | Power Electronics | EE501PE | To learn the details of power semiconductor switches (Construction, Characteristics and operation). | |

To understand the working of various types of converters. | |||||

To learn how to analyze the converters and design the components of them, under various load types | |||||

Ability to understand the use of power converters in commercial and industrial applications. | |||||

2 | Power System-II | EE502PE | To Analyze the performance of the transmission lines | ||

To understand voltage control and compensation methods | |||||

To understand the importance of per unit system in the power system | |||||

To analyze the performance of travelling waves | |||||

To know the symmetrical components and fault calculation | |||||

3 | Measurements and Instrumentation | EE503PE | CO1 | Acquire knowledge and understanding different types of measuring instruments, their construction, operation and characteristics | |

CO2 | Analyze and identify the instruments suitable for typical measurements | ||||

CO3 | Apply the knowledge about transducers and instrument transformers to use them effectively | ||||

CO4 | Ability to balance Bridges to measure the unknown values | ||||

CO5 | Apply the knowledge of smart and digital metering for industrial applications | ||||

4 | High Voltage Engineering(PE-1) | EE512PE | CO1 | Explain the principles behind generating high DC-, AC- and impulse voltages | |

CO2 | Develop equivalent circuit models of the different high voltage generators | ||||

CO3 | Perform a dynamic response analysis of high voltage measurement system | ||||

CO4 | Communicate an understanding of the principles, concepts, practices relevant to the application and hazards of electrostatic charges within the high voltage field. | ||||

5 | Business Economics and Financial Analysis | SM504MS | CO1 | understand the various Forms of Business and the impact of economic variables on the Business | |

CO2 | The Demand, Supply, Production, Cost, Market Structure, Pricing aspects are learn | ||||

CO3 | study the firm’s financial position by analysing the Financial Statements of a Company. | ||||

CO4 | |||||

6 | Power System Simulation Lab | EE505PC | CO1 | Design and Analyze electrical systems in time and frequency domain | |

CO2 | Analyze various transmission lines and perform fault analysis | ||||

CO3 | Model Load frequency control of Power Systems | ||||

CO4 | Design various Power Electronic Converters and Drives. | ||||

7 | Power Electronics Lab | EE506PC | CO1 | Understand the operating principles of various power electronic converters. | |

CO2 | Use power electronic simulation packages& hardware to develop the power converters | ||||

CO3 | Analyze and choose the appropriate converters for various applications | ||||

8 | Measurements and Instrumentation Lab | EE507PC | CO1 | Understand different types of measuring instruments, their construction, operation and characteristics | |

CO2 | Identify the instruments suitable for typical measurements | ||||

CO3 | Apply the knowledge about transducers and instrument transformers to use them effectively. | ||||

9 | Advanced Communication Skills Lab | EN508HS | CO1 | To improve students’ fluency in spoken English | |

CO2 | To enable them to listen to English spoken at normal conversational speed | ||||

CO3 | To help students develop their vocabulary | ||||

CO4 | To read and comprehend texts in different contexts | ||||

CO5 | To communicate their ideas relevantly and coherently in writing | ||||

III-II | 1 | Non-Conventional Energy Sources(OE-1) | CO1 | Apply the principles of Renewable energy sources for the construction of Power generating station. | |

CO2 | Analyse various harvesting techniques of Renewable energy for different applications. | ||||

CO3 | Applyenergy storage methods in renewable energy systems. | ||||

CO4 | AnalyseRenewable energy systems for various environmental conditions. | ||||

CO5 | Categorizevarious energy conversion systems and their limitations | ||||

2 | Power Semiconductor Drives(PE-2) | EE612PE | CO1 | Understand the applications of power electronics to machines. | |

CO2 | Apply the concept of 4-quadrant operation of an electric drive system, dual converters for the 4-quadrant drive design, four quadrant operation of DC motors using dual converters | ||||

CO3 | Design chopper control of DC motors drives four quadrant chopper fed dcmotor drive | ||||

CO4 | Analyse Induction Motor drive using AC voltage controller ,VSI fed Induction Motor drive system, CSI fed Induction Motor drive system | ||||

CO5 | Explain self and separate controlled synchronous drive systems. | ||||

3 | Signals and Systems | EE601PC | CO1 | Differentiate various signal functions. | |

CO2 | Represent any arbitrary signal in time and frequency domain. | ||||

CO3 | Understand the characteristics of linear time invariant systems. | ||||

CO4 | Analyze the signals with different transform technique | ||||

4 | Microprocessors & Microcontrollers | EE602PC | CO1 | The student will learn the internal organization of popular 8086 Microprocessors | |

CO2 | The student will learn h/s interaction and integration | ||||

CO3 | The student will learn the internal organization of popular 8051 Microcontrollers. | ||||

CO4 | The students will learn the design of microprocessors – based systems | ||||

CO5 | The students will able to operate the real time controlling of processors with hard ware /software. | ||||

5 | Power System Protection | EE603PC | CO1 | Understand the methods of protection against over voltages and to list the different types of lightning arrester. | |

CO2 | Compare the various characteristics of protective relaying, overlapped zones and various technologies used in protective relaying. | ||||

CO3 | Design the relays for various protective system. | ||||

CO4 | Illustrate the operation concept of arc quenching methods in breaker | ||||

CO5 | Study and understand the working of different types of circuit breakers. | ||||

6 | Power System Operation and Control | EE604PC | CO1 | Analyze the overview of power system operation and control. | |

CO2 | Understand the techniques to control power flows, frequency and voltage | ||||

CO3 | Analyze the steady state behavior of the power system for voltage and frequency Fluctuations | ||||

CO4 | Describe reactive power control of a power system. | ||||

CO5 | Design suitable controller to dampen the frequency and voltage steady state oscillations | ||||

7 | Power System Lab | EE605PC | CO1 | Perform various load flow techniques | |

CO2 | Understand Different protection methods | ||||

CO3 | Analyze the experimental data and draw the conclusions | ||||

8 | Microprocessors & Microcontrollers Lab | EE606PC | CO1 | Develop Various programs for fixed and Floating Point and Arithmetic operations using 8086. | |

CO2 | Work with standard microprocessor real time interfaces including GPIO, serial ports, DMA etc. | ||||

CO3 | Construct different waveforms using 8086 microprocessor by digital-to-analog converters and analog-to-digital converters | ||||

CO4 | Analyze abstract problems and apply a combination of hardware and software to address the problem; | ||||

CO5 | Develop assembly language programs for various applications using 8051 microcontroller. | ||||

9 | Signals and Systems Lab | EE607PC | CO1 | Understand the concepts of continuous time and discrete time systems. | |

CO2 | Analyse systems in complex frequency domain. | ||||

CO3 | Understand sampling theorem and its implications. | ||||

10 | Industry Oriented Mini Project/SUMMER INTERN SHIP | EE702PC | CO1 | Demonstrate a sound technical knowledge of their selected project topic. | |

CO2 | Undertake problem identification , formulation and solution. | ||||

CO3 | Design engineering solutions to complex problems utilizing a systems approach. | ||||

CO4 | Conduct an engineering project. | ||||

CO5 | Communicate with engineers and the community at large in written an oral forms | ||||

IV-I | 1 | Non-Conventional Sources of energy(OE-II) | CO1 | Apply the principles of Renewable energy sources for the construction of Power generating station. | |

CO2 | Analyse various harvesting techniques of Renewable energy for different applications. | ||||

CO3 | Applyenergy storage methods in renewable energy systems. | ||||

CO4 | AnalyseRenewable energy systems for various environmental conditions. | ||||

CO5 | Categorizevarious energy conversion systems and their limitations | ||||

2 | Electrical and Hybrid Vehicles(PE-III) | EE713PE | CO1 | Understand the models to describe hybrid vehicles and their performance. | |

CO2 | Choose a suitable drive scheme for developing an electric hybrid vehicle depending on resources | ||||

CO3 | Design and develop basic schemes of electric vehicles and hybrid electric vehicles. | ||||

CO4 | Choose proper energy storage systems for vehicle applications | ||||

CO5 | Illustrate the working principle of a Hybrid Electric Vehicle | ||||

3 | HVDC Transmission(PE-IV) | EE721PE | CO1 | Explain the principles behind generating high DC-, AC- and impulse voltages | |

CO2 | Develop equivalent circuit models of the different high voltage generators | ||||

CO3 | Perform a dynamic response analysis of high voltage measurement system | ||||

CO4 | Communicate an understanding of the principles, concepts, practices relevant to the application and hazards of electrostatic charges within the high voltage field.. | ||||

4 | Fundamentals of Management for Engineers | SM701MS | CO1 | Plan an organizational structure for a given context in the organization | |

CO2 | Carry out production operations through work study | ||||

CO3 | Understand the markets, customers and competition better and price the given products appropriately | ||||

CO4 | Ensure quality for a given product or service | ||||

CO5 | Plan and control the HR function better | ||||

5 | Electrical & Electronics Design Lab | EE701PC | CO1 | Get practical knowledge related to electrical | |

CO2 | Fabricate basic electrical circuit elements/networks | ||||

CO3 | Trouble shoot the electrical circuits | ||||

CO4 | Design filter circuit for application | ||||

CO5 | Get hardware skills such as soldering, winding etc. | ||||

6 | Seminar | EE703PC | CO1 | Demonstrate a sound technical knowledge of their selected project topic. | |

CO2 | Undertake problem identification , formulation and solution. | ||||

CO3 | Design engineering solutions to complex problems utilizing a systems approach. | ||||

CO4 | Conduct an engineering project. | ||||

CO5 | Communicate with engineers and the community at large in written an oral forms | ||||

7 | Project Stage – I | EE704PC | CO1 | Demonstrate a sound technical knowledge of their selected project topic. | |

CO2 | Undertake problem identification , formulation and solution. | ||||

CO3 | Design engineering solutions to complex problems utilizing a systems approach. | ||||

CO4 | Demonstrate the knowledge ,skills and attitudes of a professional engineer | ||||

IV-II | 1 | Electronic Sensors(OE-III) | CO1 | Learn about Sensor Principle, Classification and Characterization | |

CO2 | Explore the working of Electro mechanical, Thermal, Magnetic, radiation and Electro analytic sensors | ||||

CO3 | Understand the basic concepts of Smart Sensors | ||||

CO4 | Design a system with sensors | ||||

2 | Power Quality & FACTS | EE811PE | CO1 | Know the severity of power quality problems in distribution system | |

CO2 | Analyze the concept of Long and short interruptions | ||||

CO3 | Understand the concept of voltage sag transformation from up-stream (higher voltages) to down-stream (lower voltage) | ||||

CO4 | Understanding Voltage sag equipment behaviour of Loads , AC and DC drives. | ||||

CO5 | Understand the Overview of mitigation methods ,Introduction to standards | ||||

3 | Electrical Distribution Systems | EE822PE | CO1 | Understand genaral aspects of electrical distribution systems, design and analysis of distribution feeders and substations | |

CO2 | Design the distribution systems analysis through voltage drop and power loss calculations, operation of protective devices used in distribution systems and their coordination. | ||||

CO3 | Understand the voltage control and power factor improvement through capacitor compensation and distribution system fault analysis | ||||

CO4 | Apply the real world electrical and electronics problems in distribution network | ||||

4 | Project Stage – II | EE801PC | CO1 | Demonstrate a sound technical knowledge of their selected project topic. | |

CO2 | Undertake problem identification , formulation and solution. | ||||

CO3 | Design engineering solutions to complex problems utilizing a systems approach. | ||||

CO4 | Demonstrate the knowledge ,skills and attitudes of a professional engineer |

#### R-16 REGULATION

Year/Sem. | S.No. | Subject Name | SUB CODE | COURSE OUT COMES | |

I YEAR II SEM | 1 | Engineering Physics-II | PH201BS | CO1 | Realize the importance of behavior of a particle quantum mechanically. |

CO2 | Learn concentration estimation of charge carriers in semi conductors. | ||||

CO3 | Learn various magnetic dielectric properties and apply them in engineering applications. | ||||

CO4 | Know the basic principles and applications of super conductors. | ||||

2 | Mathematics-II | MA202BS | CO1 | use Laplace transform techniques for solving DE’s | |

CO2 | evaluate integrals using Beta and Gamma functions | ||||

CO3 | evaluate the multiple integrals and can apply these concepts to find areas, volumes, moment of inertia etc of regions on a plane or in space | ||||

CO4 | evaluate the line, surface and volume integrals and converting them from one to another | ||||

3 | Mathematics-III | MA203BS | CO1 | differentiate among random variables involved in the probability models which are useful for all branches of engineering | |

CO2 | calculate mean, proportions and variances of sampling distributions and to make important decisions s for few samples which are taken from a large data | ||||

CO3 | solve the tests of ANOVA for classified data | ||||

CO4 | find the root of a given equation and solution of a system of equations | ||||

CO5 | find the numerical solutions for a given first order initial value problem | ||||

4 | Computer Programming in C | CS204ES | CO1 | Demonstrate the basic knowledge of computer hardwareand software | |

CO2 | Ability to write algorithms for solving problems. | ||||

CO3 | Ability to draw flowcharts for solving problems | ||||

CO4 | Ability to code a given logic in C programming language. | ||||

CO5 | Gain knowledge in using C language for solving problems. | ||||

5 | Engineering Graphics | ME205ES | CO1 | Ability to prepare working drawings to communicate the ideas and information. | |

CO2 | Ability to read, understand and interpret engineering drawings. | ||||

6 | Engineering Chemistry Lab | CH206BS | CO1 | Determination of parameters like hardness and chloride content in water. | |

CO2 | Estimation of rate constant of a reaction from concentration –time relationships | ||||

CO3 | Determination of physical properties like adsorption and viscosity | ||||

CO4 | Calculation of Rfvalues of some organic molecules by TLC technique. | ||||

7 | Engineering Physics Lab | PH207BS | CO1 | Determination of parameters like hardness in water | |

CO2 | Determination of physical properties like surface tension & viscosity. | ||||

CO3 | The student is expected to learn from this laboratory course the concept of error and its analysis | ||||

CO4 | This Lab also allows the student to develop experimental skills to design new experiments in Engineering | ||||

8 | Computer Programming in C Lab | CS208ES | CO1 | Ability to design and test programs to solve mathematical and scientific problems | |

CO2 | Ability to write structured programs using control structures and functions | ||||

II YEAR I SEM | 1 | Mathamatics –IV | MA301BS | CO1 | analyze the complex functions with reference to their analyticity, integration using Cauchy’s integral theorem |

CO2 | find the Taylor’s and Laurent’s series expansion of complex functions | ||||

CO3 | express any periodic function in term of sines and cosines | ||||

CO4 | express a non-periodic function as integral representation | ||||

CO5 | analyze one dimensional wave and heat equation | ||||

2 | Electromagnetic Fields | EE302ES | CO1 | To understand the basic laws of electromagnetism. | |

CO2 | To obtain the electric and magnetic fields for simple configurations under static conditions. | ||||

CO3 | To analyzetime varying electric and magnetic fields | ||||

CO4 | To understand Maxwell’s equation in different forms anddifferent media. | ||||

CO5 | To understand the propagation of EM waves. | ||||

3 | Electrical Machines-I | EE303ES | CO1 | Identify different parts of a DC machine & understand its operation | |

CO2 | Carry out different testing methods to predetermine the efficiency of DC machines | ||||

CO3 | Understand different excitation and starting methods of DC machines | ||||

CO4 | Control the voltage and speed of a DC machines | ||||

4 | Network Theory | EE304ES | CO1 | Analyze the Electrical Circuits with the concept of Network topology | |

CO2 | Apply the concepts of Magnetic circuit & Analyze Magnetic circuits | ||||

CO3 | Understand the importance of three phase circuits and Analyze the three phase circuits with Star & Delta connected balanced and unbalanced loads | ||||

CO4 | Obtain the various network parameters for the given two port networks | ||||

CO5 | Determine the parameters for the design of various filters | ||||

5 | Electronic Circuits | EE305ES | CO1 | Apply the knowledge of BJT to design practical amplifier circuits. | |

CO2 | Design electronic sub systems such as feedback amplifiers, oscillators and power amplifiers to meet the required specifications. | ||||

CO3 | Design linear and non linear wave shaping circuits with different inputs. | ||||

CO4 | Analyze multi vibrators using transistors. | ||||

6 | Electrical Machines Lab-I | EE306ES | CO1 | Start and control the Different DC Machines. | |

CO2 | Assess the performance ofdifferent machines using different testing methods | ||||

CO3 | Identify different conditions required to be satisfied for self -excitation of DC Generators. | ||||

CO4 | Separate iron losses of DC machines into different components | ||||

7 | Electronic Devices&Circuits Lab | EC306ES | CO1 | After Completion of the course the student is able to Applyvarious devices to real time problems | |

CO2 | Compute frequency response of various amplifiers. | ||||

CO3 | |||||

8 | Networks Lab | EE307ES | CO1 | Analyze complex DC and AC linear circuits | |

CO2 | Apply concepts of electrical circuits across engineering | ||||

CO3 | Evaluate response in a given network by using theorems | ||||

II YEAR II SEM | 1 | Switching Theory & Logic Design | EC401ES | CO1 | to manipulate numeric information in different forms, e.g. different bases, signed integers, various codes such as ASCII, Gray and BCD. |

CO2 | to manipulate simple Boolean expressions using the theorems and postulates of Boolean algebra and to minimize combinational functions | ||||

CO3 | design and analyze small combinational circuits and to use standard combinational functions/building blocks to build larger more complex circuits. | ||||

CO4 | design and analyze small sequential circuits and devices and to use standard sequential functions/building blocks to build larger more complex circuits. | ||||

2 | Power Systems-I | EE402ES | CO1 | Draw the layout of hydro power plant, thermal power station, Nuclear power plant and gas power plant and explain its operation | |

CO2 | Describe A.C. and D.C. distribution systems and its voltage drop calculations | ||||

CO3 | Illustrate various economic aspects of the power plant erection, operation and different tariff methods | ||||

CO4 | Understand power factor improvement methods and determine economical power factor | ||||

3 | Electrical Machines –II | EE403ES | CO1 | Identify different parts of transformers and induction motors and specify their functions | |

CO2 | Understand the operation of transformers and induction motors | ||||

CO3 | Carry out different testing methods and assess the performance of transformers and induction motors | ||||

CO4 | Start and control the induction motor | ||||

4 | Control Systems | EE404ES | CO1 | Improve the system performance by selecting a suitable controller and/or a compensator for a specific application | |

CO2 | Apply various time domain and frequency domain techniques to assess the system performance | ||||

CO3 | Apply various control strategies to different applications (example: Power systems, electrical drives etc…) | ||||

CO4 | Test system Controllability and Observability using state space representation and applications of state space representation to various systems. | ||||

5 | Business Economics and Financial Analysis | SM405MS | CO1 | understand the various Forms of Business and the impact of economic variables on the Business | |

CO2 | The Demand, Supply, Production, Cost, Market Structure, Pricing aspects are learn | ||||

CO3 | study the firm’s financial position by analysing the Financial Statements of a Company. | ||||

6 | Control Systems Lab | EE406ES | CO1 | Understand to improve the system performance by selecting a suitable controller and/or a compensator for a specific application | |

CO2 | Apply various time domain and frequency domain techniques to assess the system performance | ||||

CO3 | Apply various control strategies to different applications(example: Power systems,electrical drives etc) | ||||

CO4 | Apply system controllability and observability using state space representation and applications of state space representation to various systems | ||||

7 | Electrical Machines Lab -II | EE407ES | CO1 | Assess the performance of different machines using different testing methods | |

CO2 | To convert the Phase from three phase to two phase and vice versa | ||||

CO3 | Compensate the changes in terminal voltages of synchronous generator after estimating the change by different methods | ||||

CO4 | Control the active and reactive power flows in synchronous machines | ||||

CO5 | Start different machines and control the speed and power factor | ||||

8 | Electronic Circuits Lab | EE408ES | CO1 | Apply the concepts of amplifiers in the design of Public Addressing System | |

CO2 | Generate Sinusoidal wave forms | ||||

CO3 | Design stable system using feedback concepts. | ||||

CO4 | Design multi vibrator using transistor | ||||

III YEAR I SEM | 1 | Electrical Measurements & Instrumentation | EE501PC | CO1 | Understand different types of measuring instruments, their construction, operation and characteristics |

CO2 | Identify the instruments suitable for typical measurements | ||||

CO3 | Apply the knowledge about transducers and instrument transformers to use them effectively. | ||||

CO4 | |||||

CO5 | |||||

2 | Power Systems -II | EE502PC | CO1 | Able to compute inductance and capacitance for different configurations of transmission lines. | |

CO2 | Able to analyze the performance of transmission lines | ||||

CO3 | Can understand transient’s phenomenon of transmission lines. | ||||

CO4 | Able to calculate sag and tension calculations | ||||

CO5 | Will be able to understand overhead line insulators and underground cables. | ||||

3 | Microprocessors andMicrocontrollers | EI503PC | CO1 | The student will learn the internal organization of popular 8086 Microprocessors | |

CO2 | The student will learn h/s interaction and integration | ||||

CO3 | The student will learn the internal organization of popular 8051 Microcontrollers. | ||||

CO4 | The students will learn the design of microprocessors – based systems | ||||

CO5 | The students will able to operate the real time controlling of processors with hard ware /software. | ||||

4 | Fundamentals of Management | SM504MS | CO1 | Plan an organizational structure for a given context in the organization | |

CO2 | Carry out production operations through work study | ||||

CO3 | Understand the markets, customers and competition better and price the given products appropriately | ||||

CO4 | Ensure quality for a given product or service | ||||

CO5 | Plan and control the HR function better | ||||

CO6 | Plan, schedule and control projects through PERT and CPM | ||||

5 | Open Elective -I (Disaster Management) | CO1 | Understand the differences between disaster, hazard and environmental stress. | ||

CO2 | Identifying different types disasters/ hazards. | ||||

CO3 | Understand the natural disaster like volcanic eruption, earthquake, cyclones, floods and drought human adjustment, perception and mitigation. | ||||

CO4 | Understand the man made hazards causes effects mitigation measures. | ||||

CO5 | Understand the disaster management approaches. | ||||

6 | Electrical Measurements & Instrumentation Lab | EE505PC | CO1 | to choose instruments | |

CO2 | test any instrument | ||||

CO3 | find the accuracy of any instrument by performing experiment | ||||

CO4 | calibrate PMMC instrument using D.Cpotentiometer | ||||

7 | Basic Electrical simulation Lab | EE506PC | CO1 | Apply signal generation in differentsystems. | |

CO2 | Analyze networks by various techniques | ||||

CO3 | Analyze circuit responses | ||||

CO4 | Analyze bridge rectifiers | ||||

8 | Microprocessors and Microcontrollers Lab | EI507PC | CO1 | Develop Various programs for fixed and Floating Point and Arithmetic operations using 8086. | |

CO2 | Work with standard microprocessor real time interfaces including GPIO, serial ports, DMA etc. | ||||

CO3 | Construct different waveforms using 8086 microprocessor by digital-to-analog converters and analog-to-digital converters | ||||

CO4 | Analyze abstract problems and apply a combination of hardware and software to address the problem; | ||||

CO5 | Develop assembly language programs for various applications using 8051 microcontroller. | ||||

III YEAR II SEM | 1 | Power Systems Analysis | EE601PC | CO1 | Design mathematical models for power system networks. |

CO2 | Analyze and pick the best algorithm for a selected power system problem | ||||

CO3 | Generate input data suitable for load flow and fault calculations | ||||

CO4 | Understand application of Gauss-Seidel, Newton-Raphson and Fast Decoupled methods | ||||

CO5 | Analyze whether the machine is in stable or unstable position | ||||

2 | Power Electronics | EE602PC | CO1 | Understand the concepts of power semiconductor devices and communication circuits. | |

CO2 | Design and evaluate the converters,ac voltage controllers and choppers | ||||

CO3 | Understand the applications of power electronics based eqipments. | ||||

CO4 | Design the protection circuits for power electronics based eqipments.. | ||||

3 | Switch Gear and Protection | EE603PC | CO1 | Understand the types of Circuit breakers and choice of Relays for appropriate protection of power system equipment | |

CO2 | Understand various types of Protective devices in Electrical Power Systems. | ||||

CO3 | Interpret the existing transmission voltage levels and various means to protect the system against over voltages. | ||||

CO4 | Understand the importance of Neutral Grounding, Effects of Ungrounded Neutral grounding on system performance, Methods and Practices | ||||

CO5 | |||||

4 | Open Elective-II Intellectual Property Rights | CE623OE | CO1 | Understand the differences between disaster, hazard and environmental stress. | |

CO2 | Identifying different types disasters/ hazards. | ||||

CO3 | Understand the natural disaster like volcanic eruption, earthquake, cyclones, floods and drought human adjustment, perception and mitigation. | ||||

CO4 | Understand the man made hazards causes effects mitigation measures. | ||||

CO5 | Understand the disaster management approaches. | ||||

5 | Electrical and Electronics Instrumentation | EE614PE | CO1 | To know the performance characteristics and errors of measuring systems | |

CO2 | To evaluate the process of modulation | ||||

CO3 | Analyse the cathode ray oscilloscope and Digital Voltmeters | ||||

CO4 | Syntesize the Wave and Spectrum analyzers | ||||

CO5 | Understand the principles of Various Transducers in measuring non electrical quantities | ||||

6 | Power Systems Lab | EE604PC | CO1 | Perform various load flow techniques | |

CO2 | Understand Different protection methods | ||||

CO3 | Analyze the experimental data and draw the conclusions | ||||

7 | Power Electronics Lab | EE605PC | CO1 | Understand the operating principles of various power electronic converters. | |

CO2 | Use power electronic simulation packages& hardware to develop the power converters | ||||

CO3 | Analyze and choose the appropriate converters for various applications | ||||

8 | Advanced English Communication Skills Lab | EN606HS | CO1 | To improve students’ fluency in spoken English | |

CO2 | To enable them to listen to English spoken at normal conversational speed | ||||

CO3 | To help students develop their vocabulary | ||||

CO4 | To read and comprehend texts in different contexts | ||||

CO5 | To communicate their ideas relevantly and coherently in writing | ||||

CO6 | To help students acquire behavioral skills for their personal and professional life | ||||

IV YEAR I SEM | 1 | Power Semiconductor Drives | EE701PC | CO1 | Understand the applications of power electronics to machines. |

CO2 | Apply the concept of 4-quadrant operation of an electric drive system, dual converters for the 4-quadrant drive design, four quadrant operation of DC motors using dual converters | ||||

CO3 | Design chopper control of DC motors drives four quadrant chopper fed dcmotor drive | ||||

CO4 | Analyse Induction Motor drive using AC voltage controller ,VSI fed Induction Motor drive system, CSI fed Induction Motor drive system | ||||

CO5 | Explain self and separate controlled synchronous drive systems. | ||||

2 | Power System Operation and control | EE702PC | CO1 | Analyze the overview of power system operation and control. | |

CO2 | Understand the techniques to control power flows, frequency and voltage | ||||

CO3 | Analyze the steady state behavior of the power system for voltage and frequency Fluctuations | ||||

CO4 | Describe reactive power control of a power system. | ||||

CO5 | Design suitable controller to dampen the frequency and voltage steady state oscillations | ||||

3 | Professional Elective -II HVDC Transmission | EE722PE | CO1 | Develop the knowledge of HVDC transmission and HVDC converters and the applicability and advantage of HVDC transmission over conventional AC transmission | |

CO2 | Formulate and solve mathematical problems related to rectifier and inverter control methods and learn about different control schemes as well as starting and stopping of DC links. | ||||

CO3 | Analysis various methods for the control of HVDC systems and to perform power flow analysis in AC/DC systems | ||||

CO4 | Study and understand the nature of faults happening on both the AC and DC sides of the converters and formulate protection schemes for the same. | ||||

CO5 | Competency in designing filters & DC link control for HVDC System | ||||

4 | Professional Elective -III Power Quality | EE732PE | CO1 | Know the severity of power quality problems in distribution system | |

CO2 | Analyze the concept of Long and short interruptions | ||||

CO3 | Understand the concept of voltage sag transformation from up-stream (higher voltages) to down-stream (lower voltage) | ||||

CO4 | Understanding Voltage sag equipment behaviour of Loads , AC and DC drives. | ||||

CO5 | Understand the Overview of mitigation methods ,Introduction to standards | ||||

5 | Professional Elective -IV EHV AC Transmission Systems | EE742PE | CO1 | Study about the trends in EHV AC Transmission | |

CO2 | Evaluate the Line inductance and capacitances of bundled conductors | ||||

CO3 | Evaluate the voltage gradient of bundled conductors | ||||

CO4 | Understand the effects of corona, Audible noise and Radio Interference | ||||

CO5 | Analyze the electrostatic field of EHV AC lines | ||||

CO6 | Analyze travelling waves and compensated devices for voltage control. | ||||

6 | Electrical Systems Simulation Lab | EE703PC | CO1 | Design and Analyze electrical systems in time and frequency domain | |

CO2 | Analyze various transmission lines and perform fault analysis | ||||

CO3 | Model Load frequency control of Power Systems | ||||

CO4 | Design various Power Electronic Converters and Drives. | ||||

7 | Electrical Workshop | EE704PC | CO1 | Get practical knowledge related to electrical | |

CO2 | Fabricate basic electrical circuit elements/networks | ||||

CO3 | Trouble shoot the electrical circuits | ||||

CO4 | Design filter circuit for application | ||||

CO5 | Get hardware skills such as soldering, winding etc. | ||||

8 | Industry Oriented Mini Project | EE705PC | CO1 | Demonstrate a sound technical knowledge of their selected project topic. | |

CO2 | Undertake problem identification , formulation and solution. | ||||

CO3 | Design engineering solutions to complex problems utilizing a systems approach. | ||||

CO4 | Conduct an engineering project. | ||||

CO5 | Communicate with engineers and the community at large in written an oral forms | ||||

CO6 | Demonstrate the knowledge ,skills and attitudes of a professional engineer | ||||

9 | Seminar | EE706PC | CO1 | Demonstrate a sound technical knowledge of their selected project topic. | |

CO2 | Undertake problem identification , formulation and solution. | ||||

CO3 | Design engineering solutions to complex problems utilizing a systems approach. | ||||

CO4 | Conduct an engineering project. | ||||

CO5 | Communicate with engineers and the community at large in written an oral forms | ||||

CO6 | Demonstrate the knowledge ,skills and attitudes of a professional engineer | ||||

IV YEAR II SEM | 1 | Open Elective -III Environmental Impact Assessment | CE831OE | CO1 | Ability to understand technologies on the basis of Ecological Principles and Environmental regulations. |

CO2 | Ability to demonstrate the ability to apply knowledge of Environmental studies and engineering to formulate and solve problems. | ||||

CO3 | Ability to identify the complex relationship between scientific approaches to global environmental issues in political, social and economic context. | ||||

CO4 | Ability to demonstrate the knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities. | ||||

CO5 | Ability to demonstrate an ability to design implement and evaluate a Electrics and Communication engineering based system to meet desired needs with realistic constraints such as social, legal health and safety. | ||||

2 | Professional Elective-V High Voltage Engineering | EE854PE | CO1 | Analyse electric field distribution in conductors and insulators | |

CO2 | Understand conduction and breakdown phenomenon in different types of dielectric mediums | ||||

CO3 | Apply the principles to generate and measure the of High voltages and currents for testing purpose | ||||

CO4 | Understand testing methods of an electrical equipments | ||||

CO5 | Analyse the causes for lightening over voltages and switching over voltages | ||||

3 | Professional Elective-VI Utilization of Electric Power | EE863PE | CO1 | To understand the operating principles and characteristics of traction motors with respect to speed, temperature, loading condition | |

CO2 | To acquaint with the different types of heating and welding techniques | ||||

CO3 | To study the basic principles of illumination and its measurement | ||||

CO4 | To understand the basic principle of electric traction including speed– time curves of different traction services | ||||

CO5 | To Analyze the method of calculation of various traction system for braking, acceleration and other related parameters, including demand side management | ||||

4 | Major Project | EE801PC | CO1 | Demonstrate a sound technical knowledge of their selected project topic. | |

CO2 | Undertake problem identification , formulation and solution. | ||||

CO3 | Design engineering solutions to complex problems utilizing a systems approach. | ||||

CO4 | Conduct an engineering project. | ||||

CO5 | Communicate with engineers and the community at large in written an oral forms | ||||

CO6 | Demonstrate the knowledge ,skills and attitudes of a professional engineer |

#### R-15 REGULATION

Year/Sem. | S.No. | Subject Name | SUB CODE | COURSE OUT COMES | |

I YEAR | 1 | English | A10001 | CO1 | Usage of English language, written and spoken |

CO2 | Enrichment of comprehension and fluency | ||||

CO3 | Gaining confidence in using language in verbal situations | ||||

2 | Mathematics-I | A10002 | CO1 | Write the matrix representation of a set of linear equations and to analyze the solution of the system of equations | |

CO2 | Find the Eigen values and Eigen vectors which come across under linear transformations | ||||

CO3 | Find the extreme values of functions of two variables with/ without constraints. | ||||

CO4 | Identify whether the given first order DE is exact or not | ||||

CO5 | Solve higher order DE’s and apply them for solving some real world problems | ||||

3 | Mathematical Methods | A10003 | CO1 | Use Laplace transform techniques for solving DE’s | |

CO2 | evaluate integrals using Beta and Gamma functions | ||||

CO3 | Evaluate the multiple integrals and can apply these concepts to find areas, volumes, moment of inertia etc of regions on a plane or in space | ||||

CO4 | Evaluate the line, surface and volume integrals and converting them from one to another | ||||

4 | Engineering Physics | A10004 | CO1 | To learn about structures of crystals ,different X-ray diffraction methods to understand the crystal structures and defects in crystal | |

CO2 | To realize importance of principles of quantam mechanics in understanding the behavior of fundamental particles and to know about behavior of an electron by statistical methods. | ||||

CO3 | To learn magnetic,dielectric and superconducting properties of materials & their applications | ||||

CO4 | To learn about properties of light like Interference,diffraction ,polarization and production and applications of lasers. | ||||

CO5 | To learn how semiconductor physics principles are used in fabrication of semiconductor devices ,To learn sabine’s formula for reverberation time and apply in architecture of buildings and To learn applications of Nano technology | ||||

5 | Engineering Chemistry | A10005 | CO1 | To understand the basic concepts of Conductors and working of electrochemical cells. | |

CO2 | To Inculcate the knowledge of mechanism of corrosion and different control methods. | ||||

CO3 | To usage and recycling of the different types of plastics and fibres. | ||||

CO4 | To know the concept of hardness, boiler troubles and water softening techniques | ||||

CO5 | To learn about different types of Energy Sources and its conservation.&to inculcate the knowledge of Adsorption types and various applications of Adsorption. | ||||

6 | Computer Programming | A10501 | CO1 | To write alogarithm and to draw flowcharts for solving problems | |

CO2 | To convert alogarithm/flowcharts to c program | ||||

CO3 | To code and test a given logic in c programming language | ||||

CO4 | To decompose a problem into functions and to develop modular reusable code | ||||

CO5 | To use arrays, pointers, strings and structures to write C programs | ||||

CO6 | Searching and sorting problems | ||||

7 | Engineering Drawing | A10301 | CO1 | Apply standards and conventions to exhibit proficiency while drawing lines printing letters and showing dimensions (Applications) | |

CO2 | Classify the system of projection with respect to observer, object and the reference planes. (Comprehension) | ||||

CO3 | Construct orthographic views of an object when its position with respect to the reference planes is defined( Synthnis) | ||||

CO4 | Analyse the internal details of an object through sectional views.( Analysis) | ||||

CO5 | Develop 3D isometric view from the 2D orthographic views & Perspective views of objects ( Analysis) | ||||

CO6 | |||||

8 | Computer Programming Lab | A10581 | CO1 | Ability to understand the basic concept of C Programming | |

CO2 | Ability to write, compile and debug programs in C language. | ||||

CO3 | Ability to use different data types in a computer program. | ||||

CO4 | Ability to design programs involving decision structures, loops and functions. | ||||

CO5 | Ability to understand and analyze searching and sorting algorithms. | ||||

CO6 | Ability to design, develop and analyze data structures | ||||

9 | Engineering Physics and Engineering Chemistry Lab | A10081 | CO1 | Determination of parameters like hardness in water | |

CO2 | Determination of physical properties like surface tension & viscosity. | ||||

CO3 | preparation of organic compounds like aspirin & Thiokol rubber. | ||||

CO4 | The student is expected to learn from this laboratory course the concept of error and its analysis | ||||

CO5 | This Lab also allows the student to develop experimental skills to design new experiments in Engineering | ||||

CO6 | With the exposure to these experiments the student can compare the theory and correlate with experiment | ||||

10 | English Language Communication Skills Lab | A10083 | CO1 | Better Understanding of nuances of Language through audio-visual experience and group activities | |

CO2 | Neutralization of accent for intelligibility | ||||

CO3 | Speaking with clarity and confidence thereby enhancing employability skills of the students | ||||

11 | Engineering Workshop/IT Workshop | A10082 | CO1 | Apply knowledge for computer assembling and software installation. | |

CO2 | Ability how to solve the trouble shooting problems | ||||

CO3 | Apply the tools for preparation of PPT, Documentation and budget sheet etc | ||||

CO4 | Study and usuage of machine tools and their operations | ||||

CO5 | practice on manufacturing of components using different workshop trades includes plumbing, fitting, carpentry, foundry, house wiring and welding | ||||

CO6 | apply basic electrical engineering knowledge for house wiring practice | ||||

II YEAR I-SEM | 1 | Mathematics – III | A30007 | CO1 | Apply the Frobenius method to obtain a series solution for the given linear 2 ODE. |

CO2 | Identify Bessel equation and Legendre equation and solve them under special conditions with the help of series solutions method | ||||

CO3 | Find the Taylor’s and Laurent series expansion of complex functions | ||||

CO4 | The conformal transformations of complex functions can be dealt with ease. | ||||

CO5 | Evaluate the performance of AC machine for different loading conditions. | ||||

CO6 | Develop the equivalent circuit and phasor diagrams for AC machine | ||||

2 | Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Mchinary | A30102 | CO1 | Able to know the importance, application and interrelationship of various properties of fluid. | |

CO2 | Able to understand the classification, components, function, and use of different types of pumps. | ||||

CO3 | Able to understand the classification, components, function, and use of different types of turbines | ||||

CO4 | Analyse the classification, components, function, and use of different types of pumps. | ||||

CO5 | Analyse the classification, components, function, and use of different types of turbines | ||||

3 | Electronic Devices &Circuits | A30404 | CO1 | Analyze Different Types Of Diodes Operation & Characteristics | |

CO2 | To Design And Analyze Rectifiers And Filter Circuits Using Diodes | ||||

CO3 | Design And Analyze Dc Biasing Circuitry For BJT & FET | ||||

CO4 | Understand V-I Characteristics Of BJT & FET Under Different Configurations | ||||

CO5 | Analyze Transistor Amplifier Circuits Using Hybrid Model | ||||

CO6 | Design Different Amplifier Circuits Using BJT’s And FET’s. | ||||

4 | Electrical Circuits | A30204 | CO1 | To obtain basic electrical concepts, including electric charge, current, electrical potential, electrical power and energy | |

CO2 | To obtain and Exemplify the behavior of magnetic circuits. | ||||

CO3 | Apply mesh analysis, nodal analysis and network reduction techniques to the analysis of electric circuits. | ||||

CO4 | To obtain electrical response of a given network by network theorems, that may include passive devices, dependent sources and independent sources in combination. | ||||

CO5 | Develop the capability to analyze and design simple electrical circuits. | ||||

5 | Electromagnetic fields | A30403 | CO1 | Apply Orthogonal coordinate systems to solve problems related Electric and magnetic fields from charge distributions. | |

CO2 | Analyse Electric and Magnetic fields due to charge configurations using Coulombs law, Guass’s law, Biot-Savart’s Law and Ampere’s Law. | ||||

CO3 | Evaluate the capacitance, Inductances for conductors Electromagnetic fields. | ||||

CO4 | Evaluate the Magnetic forces for conductors Electromagnetic fields. | ||||

CO5 | Investigate the behaviour of Electric and Magnetic Fields in Static Fields by Maxwell’s equations. | ||||

CO6 | Investigate the behaviour of Electric and Magnetic Fields in Time Varying Fields by Maxwell’s equations. | ||||

6 | Electrical Machines-I | A30206 | CO1 | Apply the knowledge of basic principles and construction of DC machines and Transformers for various applications. | |

CO2 | Analyze the characteristics and performance of DC machines for a suitable application. | ||||

CO3 | Apply the knowledge of armature reaction and commutation to suggest suitable method for improving commutation. | ||||

CO4 | Analyse speed control techniques and starters of dc motors and suggest a suitable method for a given application. | ||||

CO5 | Analyze the performance of 1-Ø transformers for different loading conditions | ||||

CO6 | Analyze the performance of 3-Ø transformers for different loading conditions | ||||

7 | Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab | A30482 | CO1 | Generate sine, square and triangular waveforms with required frequency and amplitude using function generator. Identify the different Electronic Components | |

CO2 | Design Different Rectifier Circuits | ||||

CO3 | Measure voltage, frequency and phase of any waveform using CRO | ||||

CO4 | Analyze the characteristics of different electronic devices such as diodes, transistors etc., and simple circuits like rectifiers, amplifiers etc., | ||||

8 | Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Mchinary Lab | A30181 | CO1 | Able to know the importance, application and interrelationship of various properties of fluid. | |

CO2 | Able to understand the classification, components, function, and use of different types of pumps. | ||||

CO3 | Able to understand the classification, components, function, and use of different types of turbines | ||||

CO4 | Analyse the classification, components, function, and use of different types of pumps. | ||||

CO5 | Analyse the classification, components, function, and use of different types of turbines | ||||

CO6 | Analyse the classification, components, function, and use of different types of pumps. | ||||

II YEAR II SEM | 1 | Managerial Economics and Financial Analysis | A40010 | CO1 | Understand the market dynamics namely, demand and supply, demand forecasting |

CO2 | Gain an insight into how production function is carried out to achieve least cost combination of input and cost analysis | ||||

CO3 | Develop an understanding of market conditions | ||||

CO4 | Analyze how capital budgeting decisions are carried out | ||||

CO5 | Understand the framework for both manual and computerized accounting process | ||||

CO6 | Know how to analyze and interpret the financial statements through ratio analysis | ||||

2 | Power Systems-I | A40214 | CO1 | Apply the knowledge of conversion of energy for different energy sources to generate electrical power. | |

CO2 | Analyze the base load and peak load conditions to select suitable generating stations. | ||||

CO3 | Develop single line diagram and layout for given substation. | ||||

CO4 | Compare different types of tariffs suitable for different loads. | ||||

CO5 | Analyze power factor correction techniques to reduce economic losse | ||||

CO6 | Analyze economic aspects to reduce economic losse | ||||

3 | Electronic Circuit | A40413 | CO1 | Applies the knowledge of amplifiers in Electronic based systems. | |

CO2 | Designs, debug and test aElectronic system. | ||||

CO3 | Analyzes various signals using concepts of amplifiers. | ||||

CO4 | Designs and simulates a Various Amplifiers. | ||||

CO5 | Designs and simulatesa electronic system based on Amplifiers. | ||||

4 | Switching Theory and Logic Design | A30407 | CO1 | Be able to manipulate numeric information in different forms, e.g. different bases, signed integers, various codes such as ASCII, Gray, and BCD. | |

CO2 | Be able to manipulate simple Boolean expressions using the theorems an postulates of Boolean algebra and to minimize combinational functions. | ||||

CO3 | Be able to design and analyse small combinational circuits and to use standard combinational functions/building blocks to build larger more complex circuits. | ||||

CO4 | Be able to design and analyse small sequential circuits and devices and to use standard sequential functions/building blocks to build larger more complex circuits. | ||||

CO5 | Be able to design and analyse Finite state machine and Algorithmic State Machines. | ||||

5 | Network Theory | A40213 | CO1 | Apply the knowledge of AC fundamentals to 1-phase coupled circuits, resonant circuits and filter circuits. | |

CO2 | Identify various 3-phase circuits and connections in the analysis of balanced and unbalanced circuits. | ||||

CO3 | Measure active, reactive power and power factor for 3-phase balanced and unbalanced loads. | ||||

CO4 | Examine the behavior of circuit elements by drawinglocus diagrams, phasor diagrams and frequency response for series and parallel RLC circuits. | ||||

CO5 | Examine the behavior of circuit elements by drawinglocus diagrams, phasor diagrams and frequency response for series and parallel RLC circuits. | ||||

CO6 | Examine the behavior of circuit elements by drawinglocus diagrams, phasor diagrams and frequency response for series and parallel RLC circuits. | ||||

6 | Electrical Machines-II | A40212 | CO1 | .Apply the basic knowledge of AC machines in selecting appropriate motor for any specified applications | |

CO2 | Analyze the characteristics and performance of AC machines | ||||

CO3 | Evaluate the performance of AC machine for different loading conditions. | ||||

CO4 | Develop the equivalent circuit and phasor diagrams for AC machine. | ||||

CO5 | |||||

CO6 | |||||

7 | Electrical Machines Lab-I | A40287 | CO1 | Apply suitable testing method for a given DC machine to calculate efficiency. | |

CO2 | Analyse the excitation methods and characteristics of dc generators by conducting suitable test. | ||||

CO3 | Analyse speed control techniques of dc motors and suggest a suitable method for a given application. | ||||

CO4 | Apply suitable testing method for a given DC machine to calculate efficiency. | ||||

CO5 | Analyse the excitation methods and characteristics of dc generators by conducting suitable test. | ||||

CO6 | Analyse speed control techniques of dc motors and suggest a suitable method for a given application. | ||||

8 | Electrical Circuits & Simulation Lab | A40286 | CO1 | Apply knowledge of circuit fundamental to verify network theorems and two port parameters for different circuits | |

CO2 | Apply ohms law, mesh and nodal analysis for different circuits | ||||

CO3 | Analyze transient analysis of RL, RC and RLC circuit | ||||

CO4 | Determine self, mutual inductance and coefficient of coupling of magnetic circuits. | ||||

CO5 | Analyze filter circuits | ||||

CO6 | Apply knowledge of circuit fundamental to verify network theorems and two port parameters for different circuits using MATLAB | ||||

III YEAR I SEM | 1 | IC Applications | A50423 | CO1 | Describe the internal operation of Op-Amp and its DC&AC characteristics. |

CO2 | Design linear and non linear circuits using 741 Op-Amp & IC723 | ||||

CO3 | Analyze active filters using 741 Op-Amp based on frequency response. | ||||

CO4 | Illustrate waveform generators usingIC741, 555Timer, LM565. | ||||

CO5 | Design ADC and DAC converters using Op-amp | ||||

CO6 | Design combinational and sequential circuits using Different families of Digital Integrated Circuits. | ||||

2 | Management Science | A70014 | CO1 | Plan an organizational structure for a given context in the organization | |

CO2 | Carry out production operations through work study | ||||

CO3 | Understand the markets, customers and competition better and price the given products appropriately | ||||

CO4 | Ensure quality for a given product or service | ||||

CO5 | Plan and control the HR function better | ||||

CO6 | Plan, schedule and control projects through PERT and CPM | ||||

3 | Power Systems-II | A50221 | CO1 | Apply the knowledge of electromagnetic fields to calculate the transmission line parameters | |

CO2 | Analyze the Voltage regulation for different Power transmission lines. | ||||

CO3 | Analyze the efficiency for different Power transmission lines. | ||||

CO4 | Analyze power loss due to corona with various factors and physical strength of transmission line by Sag calculations. | ||||

CO5 | Identify the importance of various types of insulators and string efficiency in power system transmission. | ||||

CO6 | Analyze the voltage drop and power loss calculations for different scheme of connections in AC and DC distribution systems. | ||||

4 | Control Systems | A50211 | CO1 | Improve the system performance by selecting a suitable controller and/or compensator for a specific application. | |

CO2 | Apply various time domain and frequency domain techniques to assess the system Performance. | ||||

CO3 | Apply various control strategies to different applications (example: Power systems, electrical drives etc…). | ||||

CO4 | Test system Controllability and Observability using state space representation and applications of state space representation to various systems. | ||||

5 | Power Electronics | A50220 | CO1 | Apply the knowledge of thyristor in different PE converters. | |

CO2 | Analyse AC-DC, DC-DC, DC-AC and AC-AC converters and commutation circuits. | ||||

CO3 | Apply the knowledge of converters to select suitable converter for a given application. | ||||

CO4 | Calculate different parameters of Converters for the given requirements to investigate the performance of converters | ||||

CO5 | Apply the knowledge of PWM techniques to improve the performance of DC-DC converters. | ||||

CO6 | Apply the knowledge of PWM techniques to improve the performance of DC-AC converters. | ||||

6 | Electrical Machines-III | A50218 | CO1 | .Apply the basic knowledge of AC machines in selecting appropriate motor for any specified applications | |

CO2 | Analyze the characteristics and performance of AC machines | ||||

CO3 | Evaluate the performance of AC machine for different loading conditions. | ||||

CO4 | Develop the equivalent circuit and phasor diagrams for AC machine. | ||||

CO5 | Select the suitable stepper motors for different applications | ||||

CO6 | Classify the Switched reluctance motor according to the design parameter and control the motor with logic circuits. | ||||

7 | Electrical Machines Lab-II | A50289 | CO1 | Apply the suitable test to calculate the voltage regulation of a transformer. | |

CO2 | Apply suitable testing method for a given transformer to calculate efficiency. | ||||

CO3 | Compute the equivalent circuit parameters and performance of Induction motor at different loading conditions | ||||

CO4 | Assess the performance of synchronous machines by using various methods | ||||

CO5 | Analyze the synchronization methods of alternators | ||||

CO6 | Distinguish the core losses of a transformer by using Alternator | ||||

8 | Advanced Communication Skills Lab | A50086 | CO1 | Accomplishment of sound vocabulary and its proper use contextually | |

CO2 | Flair in writing and felicity in written expression | ||||

CO3 | Enhanced job prospects | ||||

CO4 | Effective Speaking Abilities | ||||

III YEAR II SEM | 1 | Electrical and Electronics Instrumentation | A60223 | CO1 | Describe the fundamental concepts and principles of instrumentation. |

CO2 | Explain the operations of the various instruments required in measurements. | ||||

CO3 | Apply the measurement techniques for different types of tests. | ||||

CO4 | To select specific instrument for specific measurement function. | ||||

CO5 | Understand principle of operation, working of different electronic instruments like digital multi meter, vector voltmeter. | ||||

CO6 | Students will understand functioning, specification, and applications of signal analyzing instruments. | ||||

2 | Static Drives | A60222 | CO1 | Analyze1phase and 3phase controlled converters for speed control operation of DC Drives | |

CO2 | Apply the knowledge of DC-Dc Converter and dual converter for speed and torque control of DC Drives. | ||||

CO3 | Analyze variable frequency control of Induction motor on stator side using different converters. | ||||

CO4 | Test the performance of Induction Motor by conducting different speed control methods | ||||

CO5 | Assess different power electronic converter to control speed of synchronous motor drives. | ||||

3 | Computer Methods In Power Systems | A60222 | CO1 | Develop per-unit reactance diagrams, bus incidence, Ybus and Zbus matrices for modeling the actual power system. | |

CO2 | Determine steady state power flow analysis of power system using Gauss-Seidel and Newton-Raphson iterative methods | ||||

CO3 | Determine steady state power flow analysis of power system using fast decoupled iterative methods | ||||

CO4 | Analyze symmetrical and unsymmetrical power system faults | ||||

CO5 | Examine steady state and transient stability of power system | ||||

CO6 | Apply the methods to improve steady state and transient stability of power system. | ||||

4 | Environmental Studies | A60009 | CO1 | Ability to understand technologies on the basis of Ecological Principles and Environmental regulations. | |

CO2 | Ability to demonstrate the ability to apply knowledge of Environmental studies and engineering to formulate and solve problems. | ||||

CO3 | Ability to identify the complex relationship between scientific approaches to global environmental issues in political, social and economic context. | ||||

CO4 | Ability to demonstrate the knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities. | ||||

CO5 | Ability to demonstrate an ability to design implement and evaluate a Electrics and Communication engineering based system to meet desired needs with realistic constraints such as social, legal health and safety. | ||||

CO6 | Ability to integrate and apply perspectives across the natural sciences, social sciences and humanities in the context of complex environmental problems. | ||||

5 | Microprocessors and Interfacing devices | A60430 | CO1 | The student will learn the internal organization of popular 8086 Microprocessors | |

CO2 | The student will learn h/s interaction and integration | ||||

CO3 | The student will learn the internal organization of popular 8051 Microcontrollers. | ||||

CO4 | The students will learn the design of microprocessors – based systems | ||||

CO5 | The students will learn the design of microcontrollers – based systems | ||||

CO6 | The students will able to operate the real time controlling of processors with hard ware /software. | ||||

6 | Open Elective (Disaster Management) | A60117 | CO1 | Understand the differences between disaster, hazard and environmental stress. | |

CO2 | Identifying different types disasters/ hazards. | ||||

CO3 | Understand the natural disaster like volcanic eruption, earthquake, cyclones, floods and drought human adjustment, perception and mitigation. | ||||

CO4 | Understand the man made hazards causes effects mitigation measures. | ||||

CO5 | Understand the disaster management approaches. | ||||

7 | Control Systems and Simulation Lab | A60290 | CO1 | Develop transfer functions of dynamical electrical systems such as series RLC second order system, DC motor. | |

CO2 | Analyze the characteristics of OP-AMP Circuits, magnetic amplifier. | ||||

CO3 | Analyze the characteristics of AC servo motor and Synchros. | ||||

CO4 | Examine the performance of feedback control system by using graphical techniques such as step response, root locus, Bode, polar and Nyquist plots using MATLAB. | ||||

CO5 | Analyze the effect of PID controller on second order systems | ||||

CO6 | Analyze state space model for classical transfer function using MATLAB. | ||||

8 | Power Electronics and Simulation Lab | A60291 | CO1 | Apply the knowledge of Matlab/Simulinktool to Power electronic converters. | |

CO2 | Analyze ACR firing and commutation circuits & the characteristics of SCR | ||||

CO3 | Analyze ACR firing and commutation circuits & the characteristics of MOSFET, IGBT | ||||

CO4 | Analyze dc-dc, dc-ac converters for different loads | ||||

CO5 | Analyze ac-ac and ac-dc converters for different loads | ||||

CO6 | Evaluate the performance parameters of power electronic Converters. | ||||

IV YEAR I SEM | 1 | Switch Gear and Protection | A70231 | CO1 | Analyze the operational aspects of different types of circuit breakers. |

CO2 | Distinguish various types of relaying schemes such as differential, distance, over current / under voltage, Instantaneous relays. | ||||

CO3 | Distinguish various types of relaying schemes such as DMT and IDMT relays. | ||||

CO4 | Develop protection schemes for generators, bus-bars, feeders & transformers. | ||||

CO5 | Analyze power system transients for termination of lines with different types of conditions. | ||||

CO6 | Analyze different neutral grounding methods and protection schemes against over voltages. | ||||

2 | Utilization of Electrical Energy | A70232 | CO1 | Analyze various types Electric drives and their applications | |

CO2 | Identify the various modern methods of speed control & braking techniques | ||||

CO3 | Analyze the modern circuits for generation of high frequency power for induction & electric heating. | ||||

CO4 | Explain the various welding processes used in industry | ||||

CO5 | Model the different illumination schemes for different applications. | ||||

3 | Digital Signal Processing | A70421 | CO1 | Perform time, frequency, and Z -transform analysis on signals and systems. | |

CO2 | Understand the inter-relationship between DFT and various transforms. | ||||

CO3 | Understand the significance of various filter structures and effects of round off errors. | ||||

CO4 | Design a digital filter for a given specification. | ||||

CO5 | Understand the fast computation of DFT and appreciate the FFT processing. | ||||

CO6 | Understand the tradeoffs between normal and multi rate DSP techniques and finite length word effects. | ||||

4 | Power System Operation and Control | A70230 | CO1 | Ability to illustrate the economic operation of power systems meeting all the conditions | |

CO2 | Ability to know the design modelling of governors, turbines, generators | ||||

CO3 | Ability define the single area control and two area load frequency control | ||||

CO4 | Ability to know about the Automatic frequency controllers | ||||

CO5 | Ability to understand about the reactive power control in transmission systems. | ||||

CO6 | Ability to understand about the active power control in transmission systems. | ||||

5 | Elective I : High Voltage Engineering | A70228 | CO1 | Analyze the techniques used for high voltage generation and their measurements. | |

CO2 | Apply various methods to find field factor for uniform and non-uniform fields | ||||

CO3 | Discriminate the dielectric strengths usedfor all electrical apparatus and their breakdown mechanism. | ||||

CO4 | Categories the methods used for testing electrical apparatus and its insulation coordination. | ||||

CO5 | Analyze the protective devices for over voltages and their control | ||||

CO6 | Analyze the protective devices for surge voltages and their control | ||||

6 | Elective II :Electrical Distribution System | A70226 | CO1 | Understand genaral aspects of electrical distribution systems, design and analysis of distribution feeders and substations | |

CO2 | Design the distribution systems analysis through voltage drop and power loss calculations, operation of protective devices used in distribution systems and their coordination. | ||||

CO3 | Understand the voltage control and power factor improvement through capacitor compensation and distribution system fault analysis | ||||

CO4 | Apply the real world electrical and electronics problems in distribution network | ||||

7 | Electrical Measurement lab | A70293 | CO1 | Measure resistance, inductance and capacitance of all ranges using bridge circuits | |

CO2 | Assess percentage error of various measuring instruments, resistance strain gauge. | ||||

CO3 | Assess percentage error of various measuring instruments, LVDT, resistance strain gauge. | ||||

CO4 | Measure 3-Φ active power of different loads. | ||||

CO5 | Measure 3-Φ reactive power of different loads. | ||||

CO6 | Measure Iron loss, transformer turns ratio and test dielectric strength of oil. | ||||

8 | Micro Processors & Micro Controllers Lab | A70498 | CO1 | Develop Various programs for fixed and Floating Point and Arithmetic operations using 8086. | |

CO2 | Work with standard microprocessor real time interfaces including GPIO, serial ports, DMA etc. | ||||

CO3 | Construct different waveforms using 8086 microprocessor by digital-to-analog converters and analog-to-digital converters | ||||

CO4 | Analyze abstract problems and apply a combination of hardware and software to address the problem; | ||||

CO5 | Develop assembly language programs for various applications using 8051 microcontroller. | ||||

CO6 | To Understand the concepts related to I/O and memory interfacing using 8051. | ||||

IV YEAR II SEM | 1 | Fundamentals of HVDC and FACTS Devices | A80237 | CO.1 | Evaluate the HVDC Transmission systems and Lines. |

CO.2 | Identify and analyze converter configurations used in HVDC and list the performance metrics. | ||||

CO.3 | Compute the filter parameters for elimination of voltage harmonics in HVDC system. | ||||

CO.4 | Compute the filter parameters for elimination of current harmonics in HVDC system. | ||||

CO.5 | Identify HVDC devices to address a power quality issues related to power systems | ||||

CO6 | Identify FACTS devices to address a power quality issues related to power systems | ||||

2 | Elective III: Renewable Energy Sources | A80234 | CO1 | Apply the principles of Renewable energy sources for the construction of Power generating station. | |

CO2 | Analyse various harvesting techniques of Renewable energy for different applications. | ||||

CO3 | Applyenergy storage methods in renewable energy systems. | ||||

CO4 | AnalyseRenewable energy systems for various environmental conditions. | ||||

CO5 | Categorizevarious energy conversion systems and their limitations | ||||

CO6 | Analysis of energy conversion systems and their limitations | ||||

3 | Elective IV: EHV AC Transmission | A80437 | CO1 | learn about the trends in EHV AC Transmission | |

CO2 | Evaluate the Line inductance and capacitances of bundled conductors. | ||||

CO3 | Evaluate the voltage gradient of bundled conductors | ||||

CO4 | Understand the effects of corona, Audible noise and Radio Interference | ||||

CO5 | Analyze the electrostatic field of EHV AC lines | ||||

CO6 | Analyze travelling waves and compensated devices for voltage control. | ||||

4 | Industry Oriented Mini Project | A80087 | CO.1 | Demonstrate a sound technical knowledge of their selected project topic. | |

CO.2 | Undertake problem identification , formulation and solution. | ||||

CO.3 | Design engineering solutions to complex problems utilizing a systems approach. | ||||

CO.4 | Conduct an engineering project. | ||||

CO.5 | Communicate with engineers and the community at large in written an oral forms | ||||

CO.6 | Demonstrate the knowledge ,skills and attitudes of a professional engineer | ||||

5 | Seminar | A80089 | CO.1 | Demonstrate a sound technical knowledge of their selected project topic. | |

CO.2 | Undertake problem identification , formulation and solution. | ||||

CO.3 | Design engineering solutions to complex problems utilizing a systems approach. | ||||

CO.4 | Conduct an engineering project. | ||||

CO.5 | Communicate with engineers and the community at large in written an oral forms | ||||

CO.6 | Demonstrate the knowledge ,skills and attitudes of a professional engineer | ||||

6 | Major Project Work | A80088 | CO.1 | Demonstrate a sound technical knowledge of their selected project topic. | |

CO.2 | Undertake problem identification , formulation and solution. | ||||

CO.3 | Design engineering solutions to complex problems utilizing a systems approach. | ||||

CO.4 | Conduct an engineering project. | ||||

CO.5 | Communicate with engineers and the community at large in written an oral forms | ||||

CO.6 | Demonstrate the knowledge ,skills and attitudes of a professional engineer | ||||

7 | Comprehensive Viva | A80090 | CO.1 | Knowledge In Basic Engineering | |

CO.2 | Problem solving ability | ||||

CO.3 | Presentation Ability | ||||

CO.4 | Communication Skills. | ||||

CO.5 | Critical Thinking | ||||

CO.6 | Attitudes of a professional Engineer |