Year/Sem.  S.No.  Subject Name  SUB CODE  COURSE OUT COMES  
I YEAR – I SEM  1  MathematicsI  MA101BS  CO1  Examine the System of Linear Equations to Analyze Basic Electrical Circuits 
CO2  Find the Eigen values and Eigen vectors  
CO3  Classify the Nature of Quadratic Form  
CO4  find the extreme values of functions of two variables with/ without constraints  
CO5  identify whether the given first order DE is exact or not  
CO6  Apply the concept of higher differential equation to real World problems  
2  MathematicsII  MA102BS  CO1  Apply Laplace transform technique for solutions of ODE’s  
CO2  Evaluate integrals by Beta and Gamma functions  
CO3  Apply multiple integral concepts to areas, volumes, moment of inertia etc of Regions  
CO4  Evaluates Line, surface, volume integrals and converting them from one to another.  
3  Engineering Physics  PH103BS  CO1  To realize importance of phenomena’s of light light like interference, diffraction & polarization  
CO2  To learn means of production and applications of laser  
CO3  To learn the principle behind working of optical fibers  
CO4  To realize the structure of crystals  
CO5  To understand the defects in crystals  
4  Computer Programming in C  CS104ES  CO1  To Compose algorithms and to draw flowcharts for solving problems.  
CO2  To Develop code and test a given logic in C programming language  
CO3  To Solve a problem into functions and to develop modular reusable code  
CO4  To Value arrays, pointers, strings and structures to write C programs  
CO5  Improve Searching and sorting problems  
CO6  Ability to design, develop and analyze data structures.  
5  Engineering Mechanics  ME105ES  CO1  Construct free body diagram and calculate the reactions necessary to ensure static equilibrium.  
CO2  Study the effect of friction in static and dynamic conditions.  
CO3  Understand the different surface properties, property of masses and material properties.  
CO4  Analyze and solve different problems of kinematics and kinetics.  
6  Engineering Graphics  ME106ES  CO1  Improve 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)  
7  Engineering Physics Lab  PH107BS  CO1  The student would be able to learn the fundamental concepts on electronic devices like L.C.R,R.C, L.E.D etc  
CO2  The knowledge of fundamentals of optics enable the students to applying varies areas like grating ,prism, Newton rings .  
CO3  The course also helping the students to be exposed to the phenomeanas of electromagnetism, photo voltaic effect in daily life.  
8  Computer Programming in C Lab  CS108ES  CO1  Apply the concept of random variable, Probability Distribution to some case studies  
CO2  Analyze Statistical methods for estimation data.  
CO3  Formulate the stochastic related problems in Markov process  
I YEAR – II SEM  1  Applied Physics  AP201BS  CO1  Realize the importance of elastic behavior of materials. 
CO2  To learn sabine’s formula for reverberation time and apply in architecture of buildings  
CO3  To learn various methods of producing ultrasonics and their uses  
CO4  To learn dielectric, magnetic and superconducting properties of materials & their applications  
2  Engineering Chemistry  CH202BS  CO1  To attain the basic knowledge of electrochemical procedures related to corrosion and its control  
CO2  To understand the basic properties of water and its usage in domestic and industrial purposes  
CO3  To learn the fundamental principles and general properties of organic and inorganic materials  
CO4  To interpret the potential application of chemistry and its practical utility.  
3  MathematicsIII  MA203BS  CO1  Calculate mean, proportions and variances of sampling distributions and to make important decisions s for few samples which are taken from a large data  
CO2  Solve the tests of ANOVA for classified data  
CO3  Find the root of a given equation and solution of a system of equations  
CO4  Fit a second order parabola, straight line curve for a given data  
CO5  Analyze the numerical solutions for a given first order initial value problem  
4  Professional Communication in English  EN204HS  CO1  Simplify Understanding of nuances of Language through audiovisual experience and group activities  
CO2  To choose the Neutralization of accent for intelligibility  
CO3  Explain to Speaking with clarity and confidence thereby enhancing employability skills of the students  
5  Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering  EE205ES  CO1  Graduates/Student will learn the applications of electrical circuits,components & basic fundamental principles  
CO2  Make up Graduates/Student will demonstrate an ability to apply knowledge of transformers in the energy conversion process and its tests,efficiency and regulation calculations  
CO3  Analyze the Graduates/Student will learn the knowledge about dc generators,dc motors construction operation characteristics and measuring instruments like moving coil and moving iron type of voltmeters and ammeters  
CO4  Justify Graduates/Student will gain the knowledge of different semiconductor devices, their VI characteristics, operation of diodes, transistors, realization of various electronic circuits with the various semiconductor devices, and cathode ray oscilloscope  
6  Engineering Chemistry Lab  CH206BS  CO1  Able to understand the experiment and do the experiment in proper way.  
CO2  Able to findout the endpoint of titrations  
7  English Language Communication Skills Lab  EN207HS  CO1  Simplify Understanding of nuances of Language through audiovisual experience and group activities  
CO2  To choose the Neutralization of accent for intelligibility  
CO3  Explain to Speaking with clarity and confidence thereby enhancing employability skills of the students  
8  Engineering Workshop  ME208ES  CO1  Build the knowledge for computer assembling and software installation.  
CO2  Justify how to solve the trouble shooting problems  
CO3  To modify the tools for preparation of PPT, Documentation and budget sheet etc  
CO4  Categorize to Study and usuage of machine tools and their operations  
CO5  Improve the practice on manufacturing of components using different workshop trades includes plumbing, fitting, carpentry, foundry, house wiring and welding  
CO6  Analyze basic electrical engineering knowledge for house wiring practice  
II YEAR ISEM 
1  Mathematics – 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 function  
CO3  Analyze Bilinear Transformation  
CO4  Express any periodic function in term of sines and cosines  
CO5  Express a nonperiodic function as integral representation  
CO6  Analyze one dimensional wave and heat equation  
2  Strength of Materials – I  CE302ES  CO1  Analyze the statically determinate and indeterminate problems.  
CO2  Determine the stresses and strains in the members subjected to axial, bending.  
CO3  Evaluate the slope and deflection of beams subjected to loads.  
CO4  Determine the principal stresses and strains in structural members.  
3  Fluid Mechanics – I  CE303ES  CO1  Apply conservation laws to derive governing equations of fluid flows.  
CO2  Compute hydrostatic and hydrodynamic forces.  
CO3  Analyze and design simple pipe systems.  
CO4  Apply principles of dimensional analysis to design experiments.  
CO5  Compute drag and lift coefficients.  
5  Building Material, Construction and Planning  CE304ES  CO1  Understand the types, properties of stones, manufacturing process of bricks and types of bricks.  
CO2  Describe the different types of cements, admixtures, manufacuturing process, properties of cement, ingredients of cement concrete and tests conducted on cemcnt.  
CO3  Identify the components and service of building and differentiate types of materials depending on its function.  
CO4  Describe the properties of lime and cement mortars and diffferent types of bond and mansonry used in buildings.  
CO5  Explain principles of building planning, building by laws, classification of buildings.  
5  Surveying  CE305ES  CO1  Choose the concepts of surveying  
CO2  Appraise compass and theodolite surveying  
CO3  Maximize the concepts traversing and levelling  
CO4  Discuss the trigonometric principles in surveying and plot contour maps  
CO5  Elaborate the concepts of tacheometry  
6  Strength of Material Lab  CE306ES  CO1  Conduct tension test on Materials like steel etc.  
CO2  Conduct compression tests on spring, wood and concrete  
CO3  Conduct flexural and torsion test to determine elastic constants  
CO4  Determine hardness of metals  
7  Computer Aided Design – I Lab  CE307ES  CO1  Master the usage of Autocad commands for drawing 2D & 3D building drawings required for different civil engg applications. 

8  Surveying lab – I  CE308ES  CO1  Opinion the principle of surveying for civil Engineering Applications  
CO2  Explain to prepare a topographical map which shows the hills, valleys, rivers, villages, towns, forests, etc. of a country.  
CO3  Prioritize measure of land and the fixation of its boundaries  
CO4  To determine the distance and angle between different objects.  
9  Gender Sensitization Lab  *MC300HS  CO1  Students will have developed a better understanding of important issues related to gender in contemporary India.  
CO2  Students will be sensitized to basic dimensions of the biological, sociological,psychological and legal aspects of gender. This will be achieved through discussion of materials derived from research, facts, everyday life, literature and film.  
CO3  Students will attain a finer grasp of how gender discrimination works in our society and how to counter it.  
II YEAR II SEM 
1  Strength of materialII  CE401ES  CO1  Determine stresses in the member subjected to Torsion 
CO2  Analyze columns and struts  
CO3  Understand the concept of direct and bending stresses  
CO4  Analyze and design springs, thin and thick cylinders  
CO5  Understand the concept of unsymmetrical bending.  
2  Fluid Mechanics – II  CE402ES  CO1  Understand the concepts of channel flows  
CO2  Compute flow profiles in channel transitions and analyze hydraulic transients  
CO3  Design the working proportions of hydraulic machines  
3  Structural Analysis I  CE403ES  CO1  Analyse the statically indeterminate bars and continuous beams  
CO2  Draw strength behaviour of members for static and dynamic loading  
CO3  Calculate the stiffness parameters in beams and pin joint trusses  
CO4  Under stand the indterminancy aspects to consider for a total structural system  
CO5  Identify , formulate, and solve engineering problems with real time loading  
4  Engineering Geology  CV404ES  CO1  Know the importance of geology in civil engineering.  
CO2  Understand the effects of weathering on dams, reservoirs and tunnels  
CO3  Understand the geological classification of rocks into Igneous, Sedimentary and metamorphic rocks, their identification based on structure and texture  
CO4  Understand the importance of various associated geological structures like folds, faults, joints and unconformities present at site for foundations.  
5  Business Economic And Financial Analysis  SM405MS  CO1  The students will 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 learnt.  
CO3  The Students can study the firm’s financial position by analysing the Financial Statements of a Company.  
6  Fluid Mechanics Lab  CE406ES  CO1  Determine coefficient of discharge for orifice and mouthpiece.  
CO2  Calibrate notches venturimeter orifice meters  
CO3  Determine miner losses in pipes  
7  Surveying lab – II  CE408ES  CO1  Determine of area using total station  
CO2  Traversing using total station  
CO3  Contouring using total station  
CO4  Determination of remote height using total station  
CO5  Stake out using total station  
8  Engineering Geology Lab  CV407ES  CO1  Know the importance of geology in civil engineering.  
CO2  Understand the effects of weathering on dams, reservoirs and tunnels  
CO3  Understand the geological classification of rocks into Igneous, Sedimentary and metamorphic rocks, their identification based on structure and texture  
CO4  Understand the importance of various associated geological structures like folds, faults, joints and unconformities present at site for foundations.  
9  Environmental Science and Technology  MC400ES  CO1  To understand the concept of Ecosystem,Ecology and Biodiversity  
CO2  To understand the importance of ecological balance, conserving use of natural resources for sustainable development  
CO3  To understand the impacts of developmental activities on Biodiversity and mitigation measures  
CO4  To identify the sources of various pollutions and preventive measures  
CO5  To understand the environmental policies and regulations  
III YEAR I SEM 
1  Concrete Technology  CE501PC  CO1  Explain the properties of the constituent materials of concrete. 
CO2  Describe the physical & mechanical properties of aggregates.  
CO3  Explain factors affecting strength of concrete  
CO4  Understand the factors influencing concrete mix & know the BIS method of mix design.  
2  Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures  CE502PC  CO1  Understand the general mechanical behavior of reinforced concrete in accordance with IS456:2000.  
CO2  Identify and apply the applicable industry design codes relevant to the design of reinforced concrete members.  
CO3  Assess the stresses and design vertical and horizontal shear reinforcements in reinforced concrete members with detailing.  
CO4  Understand and design reinforced concrete compression members or columns.  
CO5  Analyze and design footings and understand the need for development length of reinforcement  
3  Water Resources Engineering  CE503PC  CO1  Compute precipitation, infiltration and evaporation.  
CO2  Understand hydrograph analysis, unit hydrograph analysis.  
CO3  Understand Groundwater occurrence, distribution, computation.  
CO4  Calculate Duty and Delta, Irrigation efficiencies  
4  Fundamental Of Management  SM504MS  CO1  The students understand the significance of Management in their Profession.  
CO2  The various Management Functions like Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Leading, Motivation and Control aspects are learnt in this course.  
CO3  The students can explore the Management Practices in their domain area.  
5  Data Based Management System  CS512OE  CO1  Demonstrate the basic elements of a relational database management system.  
CO2  Ability to design entity relationship model and convert entity relationship diagrams into RDBMS and formulate SQL queries on the data.  
CO3  Ability to identify the data models for relevant problems.  
CO4  Apply normalization for the development of application software.  
CO5  
6  Concrete Technology Lab  CE505PC  CO1  identify the functional role of ingredients of concrete and apply this knowledge to mix design philosophy  
CO2  acquire and apply fundamental knowledge in the fresh and hardened properties of concrete  
CO3  evaluate the effect of the environment on service life performance, properties and failure modes of structural concrete and demonstrate techniques of measuring the Non Destructive Testing of concrete structure  
CO4  develop an awareness of the utilisation of waste materials as novel innovative materials for use in concrete  
CO5  design a concrete mix which fulfills the required properties for fresh and hardened concrete  
7  Geographical Information System Lab  CE506PC  CO1  At the end of the course, the student is exposed to spatial technologies, mapping the field problems and solution convergence through GIS.  
8  Hydraulics And Hydraulic Machinery Lab  CE507PC  CO1  Compute drag coefficients  
CO2  Test the performance of pumps and turbines  
CO3  Determine Manning’s and Chezy’s coefficients for smooth and rough channels  
CO4  Determine Energy loss in Hydraulic jump and Calibrate standing wave flume  
9  Professional Ethics  *MC500HS  CO1  The students will understand the importance of Values and Ethics in their personal lives and professional careers.  
CO2  The students will learn the rights and responsibilities as an employee, team member and a global citizen.  
III YEAR II SEM  1  Design of Steel Structures  CE601PC  CO1  Design tension and compression members 
CO2  Design beams and beam columns  
CO3  Design bolt and weld connections  
CO4  Design built up members and Column base  
CO5  Design of plate girders and Roof Trusses  
2  Environmental Engineering  CE602PC  CO1  Analyze characteristics of water and wastewater  
CO2  Estimate the quantity of drinking water and domestic wastewater generated  
CO3  Design components of water supply systems Design sewerage system  
3  Soil Mechanics  CE603PC  CO1  Understand the mechanism Behaviour of Soil for different loads  
CO2  Soil Condition will be able to determine properties of soil  
4  Environmental Impact Assessment  CN621OE  CO1  Explain the major principles of environmental impact assessment in Australia  
CO2  Understand the different steps within environmental impact assessment  
CO3  Discuss the implications of current jurisdictional and institutional arrangements in relation to environmental impact assessment  
CO4  Communicate both orally and in written form the key aspects of environmental impact assessment  
CO5  Understand how to liaise with and the importance of stakeholders in the EIA process  
5  Air Pollution and Control.  CE611PE  CO1  Identify sampling and analysis techniques for air quality assessment  
CO2  Describe the plume behavior for atmospheric stability conditions  
CO3  Able to control air pollution by properties various techniques to control  
6  Soil Mechanics Lab  CE604PC  CO1  At the end of the course, the student will be able to Classify and evaluate the behavior of the soils subjected to various loads.  
7  Computer Aided Drafting – II Lab  CE605PC  CO1  Detailing of reinforcement in Cantilever, Simply supported and Continuous Beams (Both Singly & Doubly Reinforced Beams)  
CO2  Detailing of reinforcement in canopy & columns (both uniaxial & biaxial)  
CO3  Detailing of reinforcement in RC isolated footings square, rectangular, circular and combined footings.  
CO4  Detailing of reinforcement in RC oneway, twoway slabs and doglegged staircases.  
CO1  Drawing of Steel bolted and welded connections.  
CO2  Drawing of steel compression and tension members.  
CO3  Drafting of steel beamsbuiltup sections.  
8  Advanced English Communication Skills Lab  EN606HS  CO1  Simplify Understanding of nuances of Language through audiovisual experience and group activities  
CO2  To choose the Neutralization of accent for intelligibility  
CO3  Explain to Speaking with clarity and confidence thereby enhancing employability skills of the students  
IV YEAR I SEM  1  Transportation engineering  CE701PC  CO1  Understand Plan highway networks 
CO2  Design Intersections and prepare traffic management plans.  
CO3  Design flexible and rigid pavements.  
CO4  Design highway geometrics.  
2  Estimation quantity surveying and valuation  CE702PC  CO1  Will have a basic knowledge on methods and types of estimation and its merits and demerits  
CO2  Have knowledge on specifications and tendering process for contracts  
CO3  Will have the ability to understand the types, formation, terms and conditions in contracts and arbitration  
CO4  will have the knowledge of rate analysis of different item of work and MB and bill of quantities  
CO5  Will able to value a property, price escalation recommendations and auditing  
3  Rehabiltation and Retrofitting of Structures  CE724PE  CO1  Recognize the mechanisms of degradation of concrete structures  
CO2  Examine the damages occurred in reinforced concrete structure and knowing the redmedies for damages  
CO3  Apply Non Destructive Testing techniques to field problems  
CO4  Suggest methods and teqniques used in repairing/ strengthening existing concrete structures  
CO5  Analyze the use of sensors for monitoring of structures and detention of damage  
4  Watershed Management  CE731PE  CO1  Understand the concepts of watershed management and its effect on land, water and ecosystem resources  
CO2  Analyze public policies and practices of watershed planning  
CO3  Assess the impact of watershed planning through case studies  
CO4  Develop control and mitigation techniques for watershed problems  
5  Traffic Engineering  CE741PE  CO1  Understand Plan highway networks  
CO2  Design highway geometrics.  
CO3  Design Intersections and prepare traffic management plans.  
CO4  Design flexible and rigid pavements.  
6  Transportation engineering Lab  CE703PC  CO1  Identify engineering properties of aggregate  
CO2  Indentify the grade & properties of bitumen.  
CO3  Find out peak hour traffic & peak time for a given location on the road.  
CO4  Calculate design speed, maximum speed & minimum speed limits of a location through spot speed.  
CO5  Draw parking accumulation curve and find out parking duration & turnover of parking lot/stretch.  
7  Environmental engineering Lab  CE704PC  CO1  At the end of the course student will able to discuss about importance of water and its quality analysis  
CO2  Analyse various physicochemical and biological parameters of water in case of quality requirements.  
CO3  At the end of the course student will be able to assess complete water quality assessment for EIA and domestic supplies.  
CO4  At the end of the course student will suggest various types of treatment methods required to purify raw water with different contaminants.  
8  Industry Oriented Mini Project  CE705PC  CO1  Generate a report based on the experiences and projects carried out with the ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals  
CO2  Compare to Demonstrate competancy in relavant engineering fields through problems identification, formulation and solution  
CO3  Develop the ability to work as an individual and in group with capacity to be a leader or manager as well as an effective team member  
CO4  Explain the professional and ehical responsibilties of an engineer  
9  Seminar  CE706PC  CO1  To understand advanced skills of Technical Communication in English  
CO2  To Motive listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in societal and professional life.  
CO3  To develop the skills necessary to be a competent Interpersonal communicator.  
Analyze communication behaviors.  
CO4  Adapt to multifarious socioeconomical and professional arenas with the help of effective communication and interpersonal skills.  
IV YEAR II SEM  1  Remote sensing and GIS  CN831OE  CO1  Retrieve the information content of remotely sensed data 
CO2  Analyze the energy interactions in the atmosphere and earth surface features  
CO3  Interpret the images for preparation of thematic maps  
CO4  Apply problem specific remote sensing data for engineering applications  
CO5  Analyze spatial and attribute data for solving spatial problems  
CO6  Create GIS and cartographic outputs for presentation  
2  Pavement Design  CE852PE  CO1  Characterize the response characteristics of soil, aggregate, asphalt, and asphalt mixes  
CO2  Analyze flexible pavements  
CO3  Analyze rigid pavements  
CO4  Design a flexible pavement using IRC, Asphalt Institute, and AASHTO methods  
CO5  Design a rigid pavement using IRC, and AASHTO methods  
3  Industrial Waste Water Treatment  CE864PE  CO1  Identify environmental standards that apply to both direct and indirect industrial discharge  
CO2  develop an overall treatment strategy for an industrial waste stream  
CO3  specify design criteria for physical,chemical,and biological unit operatios amd process necessary to treat and industrial wastewater  
CO4  estimate capital and operating costs for industrial waste treatment system  
CO5  design and reason about fundamental concepts of waste water treatment  
4  Major Project  CE801PC  CO1  Work in a team and effectively communicate with team members  
CO2  Review and evaluate the literature available related to chosen problem  
CO3  Formulate new expressions, equations to solve that selected problem to enhance problem solving skill  
CO4  Validate theoretical and reported data with results obtained from numerical/ experimental/ analytical study Identify scope of future studies 
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Year/Sem.  S.No.  Subject Name  SUB CODE  COURSE OUT COMES  
I YEAR – I SEM  1  Mathematics – I  MA101BS  CO1  Examine the System of Linear Equations to Analyze Basic Electrical Circuits. 
CO2  Find the Eigen values and Eigen vectors  
CO3  Classify the Nature of Quadratic Form.  
CO4  Indentify the Characteristic of Sequence and Series.  
CO5  Write the behavior of Slope the Curves using Mean Value Theorems.  
CO6  Categorize the nature of Stationary points of a function.  
2  Engineering Physics  PH102BS  CO1  The student would be able to learn the fundamental concepts on electronic devices like L.C.R,R.C, L.E.D etc  
CO2  The knowledge of fundamentals of electric nature enable the students to applying varies areas like Hall effect , photo electric effect .  
CO3  The course also helping the students to be exposed to the phenomeanas of electromagnetism, photo voltaic effect in daily life.  
3  Programming for Problem Solving  CS103ES  CO1  To Compose algorithms and to draw flowcharts for solving problems.  
CO2  To Develop code and test a given logic in C programming language  
CO3  To Solve a problem into functions and to develop modular reusable code  
CO4  To Value arrays, pointers, strings and structures to write C programs  
CO5  Improve Searching and sorting problems  
CO6  Ability to design, develop and analyze data structures.  
4  Engineering Graphics  ME104ES  CO1  Improve 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)  
5  Engineering Physics Lab  PH105BS  CO1  The student would be able to learn the fundamental concepts on electronic devices like L.C.R,R.C, L.E.D etc  
CO2  The knowledge of fundamentals of optics enable the students to applying varies areas like grating ,prism, Newton rings .  
CO3  The course also helping the students to be exposed to the phenomeanas of electromagnetism, photo voltaic effect in daily life.  
6  Programming for Problem Solving Lab  CS106ES  CO1  Apply the concept of random variable, Probability Distribution to some case studies  
CO2  Analyze Statistical methods for estimation data.  
CO3  Formulate the stochastic related problems in Markov process  
7  Environmental Science  *MC109ES  CO1  To understand the concept of Ecosystem,Ecology and Biodiversity  
CO2  To understand the importance of ecological balance,conserving use of natural resources for sustainable development  
CO3  To understand the impacts of developmental activities on Biodiversity and mitigation measures  
CO4  To identify the sources of various pollutions and preventive measures  
CO5  To understand the environmental policies and regulations  
I YEAR – II SEM  1  Mathematics – II  MA201BS  CO1  Identify whether the given differential equation of first order is exact or not. 
CO2  Apply the concept of higher differential equation to real World problems  
CO3  Apply multiple integrals concept in rectangular solid.  
CO4  Use vectors calculus in line, surface and volume integrals and converting them from one to Another.  
2  Chemistry  CH202BS  CO1  To attain the basic knowledge of electrochemical procedures related to corrosion and its control  
CO2  To understand the basic properties of water and its usage in domestic and industrial purposes  
CO3  To learn the fundamental principles and general properties of organic and inorganic materials  
CO4  To interpret the potential application of chemistry and its practical utility.  
3  Engineering Mechanics  ME203ES  CO1  Construct free body diagram and calculate the reactions necessary to ensure static equilibrium.  
CO2  Study the effect of friction in static and dynamic conditions.  
CO3  Understand the different surface properties, property of masses and material properties.  
CO4  Analyze and solve different problems of kinematics and kinetics.  
4  Engineering Workshop  ME205ES  CO1  Build the knowledge for computer assembling and software installation.  
CO2  Justify how to solve the trouble shooting problems  
CO3  To modify the tools for preparation of PPT, Documentation and budget sheet etc  
CO4  Categorize to Study and usuage of machine tools and their operations  
CO5  Improve the practice on manufacturing of components using different workshop trades includes plumbing, fitting, carpentry, foundry, house wiring and welding  
CO6  Analyze basic electrical engineering knowledge for house wiring practice  
5  English  EN205HS  CO1  Develop of English language, written and spoken  
CO2  Assess of comprehension and fluency  
CO3  Constructing confidence in using language in verbal situations  
6  Engineering Chemistry Lab  CH206BS  CO1  Able to understand the experiment and do the experiment in proper way.  
CO2  Able to findout the endpoint of titrations  
7  English Language and Communication Skills Lab  EN207HS  CO1  Simplify Understanding of nuances of Language through audiovisual experience and group activities  
CO2  To choose the Neutralization of accent for intelligibility  
CO3  Explain to Speaking with clarity and confidence thereby enhancing employability skills of the students  
II YEAR – I SEM  1  Surveying and Geomatics  CE301PC  CO1  Choose the concepts of surveying 
CO2  Appraise compass and theodolite surveying  
CO3  Maximize the concepts traversing and levelling  
CO4  Discuss the trigonometric principles in surveying and plot contour maps  
CO5  Elaborate the concepts of tacheometry  
2  Engineering Geology  CE302PC  CO1  Site characterization and how to collect, analyze, and report Geologic data using standards in engineering practice.  
CO2  The fundamentals of the engineering properties of Earth materials and fluids.  
CO3  Rock mass characterization and the mechanics of planar rock slides and topples.  
3  Strength of Materials – I  CE303PC  CO1  Describe the concepts and principles, understand the theory of elasticity including strain/displacement and Hooke’s law relationships; and perform calculations, related to the strength of structured and mechanical components.  
CO2  Recognize various types loads applied on structural components of simple framing geometries and understand the nature of internal stresses that will develop within the components.  
CO3  To evaluate the strains and deformation that will result due to the elastic stresses developed within the materials for simple types of loading  
CO4  Analyze various situations involving structural members subjected to plane stresses by application of Mohr’s circle of stress.  
CO5  Frame an idea to design a system, component, or process  
4  Probability and Statistics  MA304BS  CO1  Formulate and interpret problems involving random variables  
CO2  Demonstrate Statistical methods for analyzing experimental data.  
CO3  Compose and Construct the data for applied Statistics.  
5  Fluid Mechanics  CE305PC  CO1  Understand the broad principles of fluid statics, kinematics and dynamics  
CO2  Understand definitions of the basic terms used in fluid mechanics and characteristics of fluidsand its flow  
CO3  Understand classifications of fluid flow  
CO4  Be able to apply the continuity, momentum and energy principles  
6  Surveying Lab  CE306PC  CO1  Apply the principle of surveying for civil Engineering Applications  
CO2  Calculation of areas, Drawing plans and contour maps using different measuring equipment at field level  
CO3  Write a technical laboratory report  
7  Strength of Materials Lab  CE307PC  CO1  Configure & Operate a data acquisition system using various testing machines of solid materials  
CO2  Compute and Analyze engineering values (e.g. stress or strain) from laboratory measurements.  
CO3  Write a technical laboratory report  
8  Engineering Geology Lab  CE308PC  CO1  Understands the method and ways of investigations required for Civil Engg projects  
CO2  Identify the various rocks, minerals depending on geological classifications  
CO3  Will able to learn to couple geologic expertise with the engineering properties of rock and unconsolidated materials in the characterization of geologic sites for civil work projects and the quantification of processes such as rock slides and settlement.  
CO4  Write a technical laboratory report  
II YEAR – II SEM  1  Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering  EE401ES  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  To identify and characterize diodes and various types of transistors.  
2  Basic Mechanical Engineering for Civil Engineers  CE402ES  CO1  Design Cams and followers, riveted joints, gears and chain drives  
CO2  Differentiate various engineering materials such as metals, ceramics and composites  
CO3  Handle the material using belt conveyors, cranes, industrial trucks, bull dozers  
CO4  Apply basic principles and laws from the subjects of Heat transfer, Refrigeration, Internal & external combustion engines  
CO5  Perform various manufacturing processes such as welding, casting, drilling, milling and grinding machines  
3  Building Materials, Construction and Planning  CE403PC  CO1  Understand the types, properties of stones, manufacturing process of bricks and types of bricks.  
CO2  Describe the different types of cements, admixtures, manufacuturing process, properties of cement, ingredients of cement concrete and tests conducted on cemcnt.  
CO3  Identify the components and service of building and differentiate types of materials depending on its function.  
CO4  Describe the properties of lime and cement mortars and diffferent types of bond and mansonry used in buildings.  
CO5  Explain principles of building planning, building by laws, classification of buildings.  
4  Strength of Materials – II  CE404PC  CO1  Describe the concepts and principles, understand the theory of elasticity, and perform calculations, relative to the strength of structures and mechanical components in particular to torsion and direct compression  
CO2  To evaluate the strains and deformation that will result due to the elastic stresses developed within the materials for simple types of loading  
CO3  Analyze strength and stability of structural members subjected to Direct, and Direct and Bending stresses  
CO4  Understand and evaluate the shear center and unsymmetrical bending.  
CO5  Frame an idea to design a system, component, or process  
5  Hydraulics and Hydraulic Machinery  CE405PC  CO1  Describe the concept of different types of flows, designing of most economical sections of the Open Channel and to understand the concept of specific energy  
CO2  Analyze the nonuniform flow problems and hydraulic jump phenomenon in open channel flows  
CO3  Describe the concept of dimensional quantities and application of similitude concept in designing model and prototype  
CO4  Understand the concept, working applications of impact of jets with the importance of constructing velocity triangles.  
CO5  Identify the different hydraulic machines with their working principles  
6  Structural Analysis – I  CE406PC  CO1  Analyse the statically indeterminate bars and continuous beams  
CO2  Elaborate strength behaviour of members for static and dynamic loading  
CO3  Justify the stiffness parameters in beams and pin joint trusses  
CO4  Image to Under stand the indterminancy aspects to consider for a total structural system  
CO5  Propose to identify , formulate, and solve engineering problems with real time loading  
7  Computer aided Civil Engineering Drawing  CE407PC  CO1  Use the Autocad commands for drawing 2D & 3D building drawings required for different civil engg applications  
CO2  Plan and draw Civil Engineering Buildings as per aspect and orientation  
CO3  Presenting drawings as per user requirements and preparation of technical report  
8  Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering Lab  EE409ES  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  To identify and characterize diodes and various types of transistors.  
9  Hydraulics and Hydraulic Machinery Lab  CE409PC  CO1  Describe the basic measurement techniques of fluid mechanics and its appropriate application.  
CO2  Interpret the results obtained in the laboratory for various experiments.  
CO3  Discover the practical working of Hydraulic machines different types of Turbines, Pumps, and other miscellaneous hydraulics machines.  
CO4  Compare the results of analytical models introduced in lecture to the actual behavior of real fluid flows and draw correct and sustainable conclusions.  
10  Gender Sensitization Lab  *MC409  CO1  Students will have developed a better understanding of important issues related to gender in contemporary India.  
CO2  Students will attain a finer grasp of how gender discrimination works in our society and how to counter it.  
CO3  Students will acquire insight into the gendered division of labour and its relation to politics and economics.  
CO4  Men and women students and professionals will be better equipped to work and live together as equals.  
III YEAR – I SEM  1  Structural AnalysisII  CE501PC  CO1  Analyze the two hinged arches. 
CO2  Solve statically indeterminate beams and portal frames using classical methods  
CO3  Sketch the shear force and bending moment diagrams for indeterminate structures.  
CO4  Formulate the stiffness matrix and analyze the beams by matrix methods  
2  Geotechnical Engineering  CE502PC  CO1  Characterize and classify the soils  
CO2  Able to estimate seepage, stresses under various loading conditions and compaction characteristics  
CO3  Able to analyse the compressibility of the soils  
CO4  Able to understand the strength of soils under various drainage conditions  
3  Structural Engineering –I (RCC)  CE503PC  CO1  Design of singly reinforced, doubly reinforced, flanged sections, Shear, Bond, Torsion, Anchorage and Development length of reinforcement.  
CO2  Distinguish and Design the oneway, twoway slabs and Staircase.  
CO3  Design the axially, uniaxial and biaxial loaded bending columns.  
CO4  Classify the footings and Design the isolated square, rectangular and circular footings  
4  Transportation Engineering  CE504PC  CO1  Discuss the classification of roads and highway development plans  
CO2  Design various geometric elements like curves,gradients,superelevation etc  
CO3  Understand basics principles of Traffic Engineering  
CO4  Design the Atgrade and rotary intersections  
CO5  Design flexible and rigid pavement by CBR method as per IRC  
5  Professional ElectiveI (CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY)  CE511PE  CO1  Determine the properties of concrete ingredients i.e. cement, sand, coarse aggregate by conducting different tests. Recognize the effects of the rheology and early age properties of concrete on its longterm behavior.  
CO2  Apply the use of various chemical admixtures and mineral additives to design cementbased materials with tailormade properties  
CO3  Use advanced laboratory techniques to characterize cementbased materials  
CO4  Perform mix design and engineering properties of special concretes such as highperformance concrete, selfcompacting concrete, and fibre reinforced concrete  
6  Engineering Economics and Accountancy  CE507PC  CO1  Understand the various forms of business and the impact of economic variables on the Business.  
CO2  Understand the macro economics concepts of national income and inflation  
CO3  Apply the concepts of Capital budgeting techniques and evaluate present and future worth of the alternate projects and to appraise projects by using traditional and DCF Methods.  
CO4  Ascertain Concept of Leverage Types of Leverages: Operating Leverage Financial Leverage and Composite Leverage. (Simple Problems)  
CO5  Ascertain financial performance and financial position of an organization  
7  Highway Engineering and Concrete Technology Lab  CE506PC  CO1  Categorize the test on materials used Civil Engineering Building & Pavement constructions  
CO2  To perform the tests on concrete for it characterization.  
CO3  To Design Concrete Mix Proportioning by Using Indian Standard Method  
CO4  Examine the tests performed for Bitumen mixes  
8  Geotechnical Engineering Lab  CE507PC  CO1  At the end of the course, the student will be able to Classify and evaluate the behavior of the soils subjected to various loads.  
9  Advanced Communication Skills Lab  EN508HS  CO1  Simplify Understanding of nuances of Language through audiovisual experience and group activities  
CO2  To choose the Neutralization of accent for intelligibility  
CO3  Explain to Speaking with clarity and confidence thereby enhancing employability skills of the students  
10  Intellectual Property Rights  *MC509  CO1  Students will be able to understand the different areas of Intellectual property rights.  
CO2  Students will be able to compare the different forms of intellectual property protection in terms of their key differences and similarities.  
CO3  Students will be able to assess the intellectual property protection.  
CO4  Students will be able to analyze the effects of intellectual property rights on businessand society as a whole.  
CO5  Students will be able to understand the new developments in the areas of intellectual property rights  
11  CYBER SECURITY  CO1  To familiarize various types of cyberattacks and cybercrimes  
CO2  To give an overview of the cyber laws  
CO3  To study the defensive techniques against these attacks  
III YEAR – II SEM  1  HYDROLOGY & WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING  CE601PC  CO1  Understand the different concepts and terms used in engineering hydrology 
CO2  To identify and explain various formulae used in estimation of surface and Ground water hydrology components  
CO3  Demonstrate their knowledge to connect hydrology to the field requirement  
CO4  Identify different types of canal system  
2  ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING  CE602PC  CO1  Assess characteristics of water, quality testing & Estimate quantities of water  
CO2  Design components of water treatment plants and Design of distribution systems  
CO3  Assess characteristics of Wastewater, Estimate quantities of Wastewater and plan conveyance components  
CO4  Design components of Wastewater treatment plants  
CO5  Be conversant with issues of air pollution and control  
3  FOUNDATION ENGINEERING  CE603PC  CO1  Understand the principles and methods of Geotechnical Exploration  
CO2  Decide the suitability of soils and check the stability of slopes  
CO3  Calculate lateral earth pressures and check the stability of retaining walls  
CO4  Analyze and design the shallow and deep foundations  
4  STRUCTURAL ENGINEERINGII (STEEL)  CE604PC  CO1  Analyze the tension members, compression members.  
CO2  Design the tension members, compression members and column bases and joints and connections  
CO3  Analyze and Design the beams including builtup sections and beam and connections.  
CO4  Identify and Design the various components of welded plate girder including stiffeners  
CO5  analyze and Design the component parts of roof trusses  
5  PRESTRESSED CONCRETE  CE611PE  CO1  To understand the evolution of process of prestressing.  
CO2  To Acquire the knowledge of various prestressing techniques.  
CO3  To Develop skills in analysis design of prestressed structural elements as per the IS codal provisions.  
6  OPEN ELECTIVE – I FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGEMENT FOR ENGINEERS  CO1  To demonstrate basic functional areas and approaches to Management.  
CO2  To understand and analyse the strategic planning, decision making and Problem solving skills 

CO3  To understand organisational principles, frame work and various functional areas of HRM  
CO4  Apply Leadership and motivational concepts  
CO5  Students should be able to institute effective control system.  
7  ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE  *MC609  CO1  To understand the concept of Ecosystem,Ecology and Biodiversity  
CO2  To understand the importance of ecological balance,conserving use of natural resources for sustainable development  
CO3  To understand the impacts of developmental activities on Biodiversity and mitigation measures  
CO4  To identify the sources of various pollutions and preventive measures  
CO5  To understand the environmental policies and regulations  
8  Environmental Engineering Lab  CE605PC  CO1  At the end of the course student will able to discuss about importance of water and its quality analysis  
CO2  Analyse various physicochemical and biological parameters of water in case of quality requirements.  
CO3  At the end of the course student will be able to assess complete water quality assessment for EIA and domestic supplies.  
CO4  At the end of the course student will suggest various types of treatment methods required to purify raw water with different contaminants.  
9  Computer Aided Design Lab  CE606PC  CO1  Master the usage of Autocad commands for drawing 2D & 3D building drawings required for different civil engg applications. 

IVI  1  REMOTE SENSING & GIS  CE711PE  CO1  Understand different concepts and terms used in Remote Sensing and its data 
CO2  Understand data conversion and Process in different coordinate systems of GIS  
CO3  Understand the system of database management and data structures  
CO4  Evaluating the process of accuracy data and implementing GIS  
CO5  Understand the applicability of RS&GIS for various applications.  
2  IRRIGATION AND HYDRAULIC STRUCTURE  CE721PE  CO1  Analyze the Types of water retaining structures and its key parameters considered for planning and designing  
CO2  Understand the details in any irrigation system and its components  
CO3  Evaluate the concept of creep theories on permeable Foundations  
CO4  Design of a irrigation system components & its types  
3  Estimation, Costing and Project Management  CE701PC  CO1  Understand the principles of working out quantities for estimate of buildings  
CO2  Evaluate the estimates for roads and canals  
CO3  Analyze the rates for various items of work  
CO4  Understand the concepts of contracts and valuation  
CO5  Understand the construction project planning  
4  HEALTH & SAFETY IN MINES  MN700OE  CO1  Understanding the concept of accidents, prevention, health and safety in industry.  
CO2  Remembering preventive measures of accidents in underground and opencast mines  
CO3  Remembering techniques used in safety analysis  
CO4  Understanding risk management techniques  
CO5  Remembering Development of safety consciousness  
5  PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE,LAW AND ETHICS  SM702MS  CO1  Distinguish the personal , professional and engineering ethics  
CO2  Interpret the contract laws  
CO3  Determine the arbitration and conciliation mechanism  
CO4  Examine the application of the labour laws  
CO5  Apply the law relating to intellectual properties  
6  Industrial Oriented Mini Project/ Summer Internship  CE703PC  CO1  Generate a report based on the experiences and projects carried out with the ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals  
CO2  Compare to Demonstrate competancy in relavant engineering fields through problems identification, formulation and solution  
CO3  Develop the ability to work as an individual and in group with capacity to be a leader or manager as well as an effective team member  
CO4  Explain the professional and ehical responsibilties of an engineer  
7  Seminar  CE704PC  CO1  To understand advanced skills of Technical Communication in English  
CO2  To Motive listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in societal and professional life.  
CO3  To develop the skills necessary to be a competent Interpersonal communicator.  
CO4  Analyze communication behaviors.  
CO5  Adapt to multifarious socioeconomical and professional arenas with the help of effective communication and interpersonal skills.  
8  Project Stage – I  CE705PC  CO1  Work in a team and effectively communicate with team members  
CO2  Review and evaluate the literature available related to chosen problem  
CO3  Formulate new expressions, equations to solve that selected problem to enhance problem solving skill  
CO4  Validate theoretical and reported data with results obtained from numerical/ experimental/ analytical study Identify scope of future studies 