CES Report 2017-18


A0 = No stars; A1 = 1 star; A2 = 2 stars; A3 = 3 stars; A4 = 4 stars; A5 = 5 stars;
Total = [A0]+[A1]+[A2]+[A3]+[A4]+[A5]
Score = ([A0]*0+[A1]*1+[A2]*2+[A3]*3+[A4]*4+[A5]*5) / ([Total]*5)
Max_30 = 6 * ([A0]*0+[A1]*1+[A2]*2+[A3]*3+[A4]*4+[A5]*5) / ([Total])

Course: Semester: Division:

Course Subject CO Outcome A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 Total Score Max_30
AE3-A Applied Mathematics III CO1 Able to find the Laplace transform and inverse Laplace transform of a given function. 1 2 5 14 14 25 61 0.77 23.11
AE3-A Applied Mathematics III CO2 Able to solve the initial value problems and boundary value problems using Laplace transform. 1 3 5 10 16 26 61 0.78 23.31
AE3-A Applied Mathematics III CO3 Able to identify the analytic function, harmonic function and to find the orthogonal trajectories. 2 4 4 9 15 27 61 0.77 23.02
AE3-A Applied Mathematics III CO4 Able to find the bilinear transformation and image of a given geometry from z-plane to w-plane. 1 4 3 8 15 30 61 0.80 24.00
AE3-A Applied Mathematics III CO5 Able to evaluate complex integrals by using suitable theorems and formulae. 2 2 4 15 14 24 61 0.76 22.72
AE3-A Applied Mathematics III CO6 Able to represent the given function in terms of sine and cosine, using Fourier series and to solve the partial differential equations. 1 4 6 8 14 28 61 0.77 23.21
AE3-A Applied Mathematics III CO7 Able to Fit a curve to the data. 1 4 2 11 16 27 61 0.79 23.61
AE3-A Applied Mathematics III CO8 Able to Find correlation coefficient, rank correlation coefficient, regression lines, regression coefficients to the data. 1 5 4 9 16 26 61 0.77 23.02
AE3-A Computer Aided Machine Drawing CO1 Able to use basics principles of drawing, intersection of curves which is needed in sheet metal industry. 2 4 4 9 12 30 61 0.78 23.31
AE3-A Computer Aided Machine Drawing CO2 Able to read and interpret the given drawing by using conventional representation of various machining and mechanical details as per IS convention. 1 3 3 11 21 22 61 0.77 23.21
AE3-A Computer Aided Machine Drawing CO3 Able to draw any type of mechanical system in terms of detail and assembly drawing 1 2 4 11 15 28 61 0.80 23.90
AE3-A Computer Aided Machine Drawing CO4 Able to produce finished drawings of product for manufacturing in the industry using manufacturing considerations i.e. limits fits and tolerance. 1 4 4 9 17 26 61 0.78 23.31
AE3-A Computer Aided Machine Drawing CO5 Able to create 2-D and 3-D models using any standard CAD software with manufacturing considerations. 1 2 2 14 11 31 61 0.81 24.30
AE3-A Material Technology CO1 Able to identify the various types of materials viz.metals, polymers, ceramics and composites and their relevance in engineering 1 2 3 11 15 29 61 0.81 24.20
AE3-A Material Technology CO2 Have understood the importance of various phase transformations in steels and their significance for heat treatments 1 1 6 9 14 30 61 0.81 24.20
AE3-A Material Technology CO3 Have been made aware of different methods used to strengthen materials and will be able to apply them 1 2 4 14 13 27 61 0.78 23.51
AE3-A Material Technology CO4 Understood of the different types of fracture failures and the mechanisms that lead to failure 1 2 4 10 12 32 61 0.81 24.39
AE3-A Material Technology CO5 Able to suggest appropriate methods to eliminate or minimize failure by fatigue 1 3 3 11 13 30 61 0.80 24.00
AE3-A Material Technology CO6 Have understood the importance of composites , nanomaterials and smart materials and their processing 3 2 3 11 10 32 61 0.79 23.70
AE3-A PBL CO1 Was able to plan and design the project 2 3 1 10 14 31 61 0.81 24.20
AE3-A PBL CO2 Theoretical concepts were understood while doing the project 1 5 1 9 14 31 61 0.80 24.10
AE3-A PBL CO3 Understood the importance of modeling software to any project 1 2 4 9 18 27 61 0.80 24.00
AE3-A PBL CO4 Built confidence in me to do more/better projects 1 2 4 6 14 34 61 0.83 24.98
AE3-A PBL CO5 Was able to learn things beyond syllabus 1 4 2 10 14 30 61 0.80 24.00
AE3-A Production Process I CO1 Able to select feasible material deposition technique with respect to the material and the end use. 1 3 3 5 16 33 61 0.83 24.89
AE3-A Production Process I CO2 Able to understand and advocate importance of Quality in in manufacturing. 1 2 3 5 18 32 61 0.84 25.08
AE3-A Production Process I CO3 Able to select and apply non-destructive testing technique to the finished products and installed structures. 1 3 2 9 16 30 61 0.81 24.39
AE3-A Production Process I CO4 Able to be conversant with various polymer processing and manufacturing techniques in use in the industry. 1 2 2 8 19 29 61 0.82 24.69
AE3-A Production Process I CO5 Able to signify the use and the process chronology of powdered metal manufacturing technique. 1 2 2 7 18 31 61 0.83 24.98
AE3-A Strength of Materials CO1 Able to create free body diagrams of parts under various loadings, so as to assess the internal resisting forces and moments. 2 4 7 9 18 21 61 0.73 21.84
AE3-A Strength of Materials CO2 Able to determine the material properties by conducting simple experiments on testing machines; record readings and create graphs, and conclude from the results thus obtained. 1 5 9 9 14 23 61 0.72 21.74
AE3-A Strength of Materials CO3 Able to compute analytically the induced stresses and deflections (failure characteristics) in beams. 1 4 10 11 11 24 61 0.72 21.74
AE3-A Strength of Materials CO4 Able to discriminate between buckling failure and crushing failure in columns and struts. 1 3 8 11 14 24 61 0.75 22.43
AE3-A Strength of Materials CO5 Able to discriminate between material properties i.e., ductility, hardness, toughness, etc. and between different loading conditions i.e. gradual, sudden and impact loads. 2 5 4 13 15 22 61 0.73 21.84
AE3-A Strength of Materials CO6 Able to compute the resultant stresses arising out of combined direct and bending stresses. 2 3 5 15 13 23 61 0.74 22.13
AE3-A Thermodynamics CO1 Able to Demonstrate understanding of basic concept of Thermodynamics. 3 3 2 12 14 27 61 0.77 23.02
AE3-A Thermodynamics CO2 Able to Differentiate between quality and quantity of energy, heat and work, enthalpy and entropy etc. 1 3 1 11 16 29 61 0.81 24.30
AE3-A Thermodynamics CO3 Able to Analyse basic power cycles. 1 3 2 9 19 27 61 0.80 24.10
AE3-A Thermodynamics CO4 Able to Apply the law of thermodynamics for various types of systems. 1 2 3 12 18 25 61 0.79 23.70
AE3-A Thermodynamics CO5 Able to Demonstrate understanding of Availability and Irreversibility. 1 2 3 11 23 21 61 0.78 23.41
AE3-A Thermodynamics CO6 Able to evaluate amount of work required for reciprocating air compressor. 2 3 4 9 16 27 61 0.78 23.31
AE4-A Applied Mathematics IV CO1 Able to solve the system of linear equations using matrix algebra. 0 4 7 5 11 20 47 0.75 22.60
AE4-A Applied Mathematics IV CO2 Able to solve the problem on LPP, for optimization. 0 3 7 6 9 22 47 0.77 23.11
AE4-A Applied Mathematics IV CO3 Able to apply vector differentiation in engineering problems. 0 4 5 8 8 22 47 0.77 22.98
AE4-A Applied Mathematics IV CO4 Able to apply vector integration (Green’s theorem, Stoke’s theorem and Gauss divergence theorem etc.) to analyze engineering problems. 0 6 4 5 13 19 47 0.75 22.47
AE4-A Applied Mathematics IV CO5 Able to find correlation between the data obtained in engineering problems 0 4 5 6 11 21 47 0.77 23.11
AE4-A Applied Mathematics IV CO6 Able to apply the concept of probability distribution and sampling theory in engineering problems 0 4 6 11 7 19 47 0.73 21.96
AE4-A Data Base and Information Retrival CO1 Able to identify data models and schemes in DBMS 0 2 4 9 9 23 47 0.80 24.00
AE4-A Data Base and Information Retrival CO2 Able to demonstrate the features of database management systems and Relational database 0 2 6 8 9 22 47 0.78 23.49
AE4-A Data Base and Information Retrival CO3 Able to use SQL- the standard language of relational databases 0 2 2 13 6 24 47 0.80 24.13
AE4-A Data Base and Information Retrival CO4 Able to demonstrate understanding of functional dependencies and design of the database 0 3 1 13 5 25 47 0.80 24.13
AE4-A Data Base and Information Retrival CO5 Able to design graphical user Interface for specific application 0 2 2 11 8 24 47 0.81 24.38
AE4-A Data Base and Information Retrival CO6 Able to create visual software entities 0 3 1 14 7 22 47 0.79 23.62
AE4-A Fluid Mechanics CO1 Able to understand fluid properties, classification of fluid flows, behavior of fluid under static, kinematics and dynamics condition. 0 2 2 7 10 26 47 0.84 25.15
AE4-A Fluid Mechanics CO2 Able to explain hydrostatic law, Archimedes principle, boundary layer theory, turbulence theory. 0 3 5 4 9 26 47 0.81 24.38
AE4-A Fluid Mechanics CO3 Able to formulate, apply and solve mass, momentum and energy equations for control volume. 1 3 2 9 11 21 47 0.78 23.36
AE4-A Fluid Mechanics CO4 Able to calculate energy loss (Major and Minor Losses) through the pipes and pipe joints 0 3 3 5 13 23 47 0.81 24.38
AE4-A Fluid Mechanics CO5 Able to apply fundamentals of compressible fluid flows to relevant systems 1 4 2 11 10 19 47 0.75 22.47
AE4-A Industrial Electronics CO1 Able to understand the basic concepts of SCR, DIAC and TRIAC. 2 3 2 11 8 21 47 0.75 22.60
AE4-A Industrial Electronics CO2 Able to apply knowledge of SCR in understanding its application in Full wave rectifiers and inverters and solve problems related to average voltage, r.m.s voltage and firing angle. 1 1 0 13 13 19 47 0.80 23.87
AE4-A Industrial Electronics CO3 Able to understand the basic concepts of op-amps and apply that knowledge to understand the various applications of op-amps such as in IC-555 being used as multivibrators. 1 1 1 13 15 16 47 0.77 23.23
AE4-A Industrial Electronics CO4 Able to analyse the different types of digital circuits. 1 1 4 8 11 22 47 0.80 23.87
AE4-A Industrial Electronics CO5 Able to differentiate between microprocessor and microcontrollers and understand the basic concepts of microcontrollers. 1 3 2 10 15 16 47 0.75 22.60
AE4-A Industrial Electronics CO6 Able to evaluate (judge) the type of motor to be used depending on the application and understand the various methods used to control the speed of motors 2 2 2 9 11 21 47 0.77 23.23
AE4-A Kinematics of Machinery CO1 Able to understand the basic kinematics and kinetics of rigid bodies. 3 1 3 10 11 19 47 0.75 22.47
AE4-A Kinematics of Machinery CO2 Understand how different mechanisms are used in machine and their working. 2 2 2 14 11 16 47 0.73 21.96
AE4-A Kinematics of Machinery CO3 Understand the concept of velocity and acceleration of mechanism. 1 1 3 11 11 20 47 0.78 23.49
AE4-A Kinematics of Machinery CO4 Able to understand the cams and follower motions and their types 1 2 1 11 11 21 47 0.79 23.74
AE4-A Kinematics of Machinery CO5 Understand the best suitable power transmission devices like, belts, chains and gears under various conditions. 1 1 2 9 16 18 47 0.79 23.74
AE4-A Kinematics of Machinery CO6 Able to understand the working principle of Gear trains and brakes. 1 3 3 10 9 21 47 0.77 22.98
AE4-A PBL CO1 Able to understand concept of the project and select hardware and software for the project. 1 1 4 6 11 24 47 0.81 24.38
AE4-A PBL CO2 Able to practically implement theoretical concepts. 0 2 1 10 12 22 47 0.82 24.51
AE4-A PBL CO3 Able to gain more knowledge about subjects in current semester. 0 1 2 7 13 24 47 0.84 25.28
AE4-A Production Process II CO1 Able to illustrate the difference between the conventional and modern machine tools. 0 2 3 11 10 21 47 0.79 23.74
AE4-A Production Process II CO2 Able to apply the knowledge of modern machine tools such as CNC machines in various applications. 0 2 2 16 10 17 47 0.76 22.85
AE4-A Production Process II CO3 Able to evaluate the fundamentals of metal cutting and tool engineering in various applications. 1 2 1 11 14 18 47 0.78 23.36
AE4-A Production Process II CO4 Able to apply and analyze the design aspects of cutting Tools and Economics of machining. 0 2 4 13 10 18 47 0.76 22.85
AE4-A Production Process II CO5 Able to apply the concepts of machine tools, cutting tool materials and basic machining processes where ever required. 0 3 3 12 11 18 47 0.76 22.85
AE4-A Production Process II CO6 Able to formulate chip forming processes such as turning, milling, drilling, etc. 0 1 6 9 11 20 47 0.78 23.49
AE5-A Business Communication and Ethics CO1 To be able to examine and organize information required for professional writing skills like report, technical proposals , cover letter and resume 2 1 5 12 7 20 47 0.74 22.34
AE5-A Business Communication and Ethics CO2 To be able to identify and differentiate the varied emotions of the group and plan ways of modifying the emotions necessary for group enhancement and effective team building 1 0 4 12 14 16 47 0.77 22.98
AE5-A Business Communication and Ethics CO3 To be able to differentiate between professional etiquettes and ethical attitude required in business and corporate 1 1 4 12 13 16 47 0.75 22.60
AE5-A Business Communication and Ethics CO4 To be able to participate and communicate effectively interviews and group discussions 2 0 4 10 13 18 47 0.77 22.98
AE5-A Business Communication and Ethics CO5 To be able to participate and produce information necessary for presentation 2 2 1 12 10 20 47 0.77 22.98
AE5-A Heat Transfer CO1 Able to Identify and explain the three modes of heat transfer. 2 6 5 13 10 11 47 0.64 19.15
AE5-A Heat Transfer CO2 Able to Understand and solve steady state and transient heat conduction problems 2 3 6 14 9 13 47 0.67 20.17
AE5-A Heat Transfer CO3 Able to Understand use of fins and estimate heat dissipation rate. Calculate fin effectiveness and fin efficiency 1 2 6 13 15 10 47 0.69 20.81
AE5-A Heat Transfer CO4 Able to Select and apply empirical correlations to estimate heat transfer coefficients in convective heat transfer applications. 2 4 8 14 9 10 47 0.63 18.89
AE5-A Heat Transfer CO5 Able to Explain different laws of radiation and estimate radiation heat transfer rate. 2 5 4 14 13 9 47 0.65 19.40
AE5-A Heat Transfer CO6 Able to Size and Rate different heat exchangers using LMTD and effectiveness NTU approach 2 6 7 11 9 12 47 0.63 19.02
AE5-A I C Engines CO1 Able to recall classification of Internal Combustion Engine 3 1 4 12 13 14 47 0.71 21.32
AE5-A I C Engines CO2 Able to explain operating cycle & Valve timing diagram of I C Engine 2 4 3 12 14 12 47 0.69 20.68
AE5-A I C Engines CO3 Able to understand combustion and knocking in SI and CI engine. 2 4 3 9 15 14 47 0.71 21.32
AE5-A I C Engines CO4 Able to calculate engine performance & plot characteristic curves and be able to illustrate heat balance sheet & effect of speed and load on BSFC,Indicated,brake and thermal efficiency. 1 4 4 15 12 11 47 0.68 20.43
AE5-A I C Engines CO5 Able to device cooling, lubrication, fuel supply and exhaust system in IC Engine. 2 2 4 12 13 14 47 0.71 21.45
AE5-A I C Engines CO6 Able to assess requirement of Supercharging and Turbo charging in an I C Engine. 2 4 4 10 14 13 47 0.69 20.81
AE5-A Metrology and Quality Engineering CO1 Able to Define and Understand Fundamental definitions of Measuring Standards and difference between Precision and Accuracy, Limit Fits & Tolerance 3 2 0 7 15 20 47 0.78 23.36
AE5-A Metrology and Quality Engineering CO2 Able to Define &illustrate Principles of Comparators, Interference & Surface texture measurement. 3 2 1 10 10 21 47 0.76 22.85
AE5-A Metrology and Quality Engineering CO3 Able to understand principles and operation of precision measurement tools and equipment’s used in modern manufacturing. 2 0 3 10 10 22 47 0.79 23.74
AE5-A Metrology and Quality Engineering CO4 Able to be analyze simple parts for dimensional accuracy and functionality. 3 0 3 11 9 21 47 0.77 22.98
AE5-A Metrology and Quality Engineering CO5 Able to prepare various Control charts & understand Fundamentals of modem quality concepts and apply statistical techniques. 3 0 4 9 12 19 47 0.76 22.72
AE5-A Metrology and Quality Engineering CO6 Able to illustrate Sampling Inspection methods and systems. (viz. OC Curve, AQC& AOQC ,Producer and Consumer Risk) 3 1 4 8 12 19 47 0.75 22.47
AE5-A Project Based Learning CO1 Was able to plan and design the project 2 4 3 12 12 14 47 0.70 20.94
AE5-A Project Based Learning CO2 Theoretical concepts were understood while doing the project 2 6 4 10 12 13 47 0.67 20.04
AE5-A Project Based Learning CO3 Understood the importance of modeling software to any project 2 7 5 13 9 11 47 0.63 18.77
AE5-A Project Based Learning CO4 Built confidence in me to do more/better projects 1 4 7 10 9 16 47 0.70 20.94
AE5-A Project Based Learning CO5 Was able to learn things beyond syllabus 2 8 4 11 11 11 47 0.63 18.89
AE5-A Production Process-III CO1 Able to illustrate the understanding of sheet metal forming processes and various stress systems involved in metal forming operations. 2 9 2 14 9 11 47 0.62 18.64
AE5-A Production Process-III CO2 Able to develop jigs and fixtures for a given applications. 1 6 11 13 8 8 47 0.59 17.74
AE5-A Production Process-III CO3 Able to manage modern manufacturing techniques like rapid prototyping, rapid tooling, agile manufacturing technologies etc. 1 6 6 14 10 10 47 0.64 19.15
AE5-A Production Process-III CO4 Able to be conversant with the various plastic injection molding designs. 1 7 8 12 9 10 47 0.62 18.51
AE5-A Production Process-III CO5 Able to apply knowledge about non-traditional machining operations in various production processes. 1 7 5 16 8 10 47 0.63 18.77
AE5-A Production Process-III CO6 Able to prepare production process plan for a given application by applying the knowledge of high speed machining, automats, non conventional machining & flexible manufacturing systems. 2 6 7 13 8 11 47 0.62 18.64
AE5-A Theory of Machines-II CO1 Able understand the principle of clutches and it’s working. 2 1 2 13 16 13 47 0.74 22.09
AE5-A Theory of Machines-II CO2 Able to understand the breaking of a vehicle and dynamometers. 2 1 4 13 14 13 47 0.72 21.57
AE5-A Theory of Machines-II CO3 Able to understand the basic principles of governors and its applications 1 4 3 14 12 13 47 0.70 21.06
AE5-A Theory of Machines-II CO4 Able to understand the gyroscopic effects in aero plane, ships and vehicles. 2 3 5 9 18 10 47 0.69 20.68
AE5-A Theory of Machines-II CO5 Able to understand the basis of gear train and their uses in industry. 1 2 6 14 13 11 47 0.69 20.81
AE5-A Theory of Machines-II CO6 Able to understand how to find the inertia force, velocity and acceleration of rotating parts and their balancing. 2 4 2 17 12 10 47 0.67 20.04
AE6-A Automotive System CO1 Able to explain working of different types of Clutches 0 1 4 5 8 34 52 0.87 26.08
AE6-A Automotive System CO2 Able to recall different types of Gearboxes 0 0 0 6 11 35 52 0.91 27.35
AE6-A Automotive System CO3 Able to assemble and demonstrate working of various Automotive Components. 0 0 1 9 8 34 52 0.89 26.65
AE6-A Automotive System CO4 Able to elaborate working of Propeller shaft, Variable velocity and constant velocity joints. 0 0 1 7 8 36 52 0.90 27.12
AE6-A Automotive System CO5 Able to describe working of Differential. 0 1 0 8 7 36 52 0.90 26.88
AE6-A Automotive System CO6 Able to classify and identify various Automotive Systems and Sub systems. 0 0 2 9 9 32 52 0.87 26.19
AE6-A Finite Element Analysis CO1 Able to solve ordinary and partial differential equations using the Galerkin method 0 1 2 13 15 21 52 0.80 24.12
AE6-A Finite Element Analysis CO2 Able to develop the finite element equations to model engineering problems governed by 2nd order partial differential equations 0 1 3 17 14 17 52 0.77 22.96
AE6-A Finite Element Analysis CO3 Able to apply the basic finite element formulation techniques to solve engineering problems 1 1 2 17 14 17 52 0.76 22.73
AE6-A Finite Element Analysis CO4 Able to use commercial FEA software, to solve problems related to automobile engineering 0 1 3 17 15 16 52 0.76 22.85
AE6-A Machine Design-I CO1 Able to understand the various design considerations used while designing. 1 1 0 15 19 16 52 0.78 23.31
AE6-A Machine Design-I CO2 Able to select material as per requirement of product considering different criterion. 0 2 5 9 17 19 52 0.78 23.31
AE6-A Machine Design-I CO3 Able to apply basic principles of machine design and design the machine elements on the basis of strength concept. 0 0 5 13 17 17 52 0.78 23.31
AE6-A Machine Design-I CO4 Able to use design data books and various codes of practices. 0 3 4 12 15 18 52 0.76 22.73
AE6-A Machine Design-I CO5 Able to prepare detail drawings of designed product as per industrial requirement. 0 0 5 13 18 16 52 0.77 23.19
AE6-A Mechanical Vibrations CO1 Able to pictorially / schematically represent any real vibrating system in terms of basic vibrating elements (as various d.o.f. elements). 1 5 7 14 11 14 52 0.67 20.19
AE6-A Mechanical Vibrations CO2 Able to derive the Differential Equation of Motion and thereafter to estimate the undamped natural frequency or time period of vibrating systems using various methods. 0 7 3 19 9 14 52 0.68 20.31
AE6-A Mechanical Vibrations CO3 Able to apply Numerical Methods to estimate the Natural Frequencies for free multi-d.o.f. vibration systems. 0 8 6 16 11 11 52 0.64 19.27
AE6-A Mechanical Vibrations CO4 Able to understand the Response (output behavioral characteristics) of vibration systems to Forced Vibration under Harmonic Excitation. 0 9 5 18 6 14 52 0.64 19.27
AE6-A Mechanical Vibrations CO5 Able to design effectively a dynamic system as per the required good or bad vibrations. 0 9 4 14 10 15 52 0.67 20.08
AE6-A Operations Research CO1 Able to illustrate the need to optimally utilize the resources in various types of industries. 1 4 3 16 12 16 52 0.72 21.46
AE6-A Operations Research CO2 Able to formulate the industrial problem as LPP, Assignment model for optimization of resources. 0 2 3 13 17 17 52 0.77 23.08
AE6-A Operations Research CO3 Able to apply and analyze various optimization techniques (Simplex, Big M, etc) to minimize idle time, manufacturing cost and maximize profit, sales. 0 1 3 15 13 20 52 0.78 23.54
AE6-A Operations Research CO4 Able to apply project scheduling techniques (CPM, PERT) for resource optimization. 0 0 2 16 16 18 52 0.79 23.77
AE6-A Operations Research CO5 Able to apply various decisions techniques under different environment (Certainty, Uncertainty & Risk). 0 1 3 12 14 22 52 0.80 24.12
AE6-A Project Based Learning CO1 Able to understand concept of the project and select hardware and software for the project. 0 5 4 11 13 19 52 0.74 22.27
AE6-A Project Based Learning CO2 Able to practically implement theoretical concepts. 0 7 2 8 16 19 52 0.75 22.38
AE6-A Project Based Learning CO3 Able to gain more knowledge about subjects in current semester. 1 5 4 11 14 17 52 0.72 21.58
AE6-A Thermal and Fluid Power Engineering CO1 Able to identify and explain the working principle of different types of boilers and their mountings. 0 3 5 15 14 15 52 0.73 21.81
AE6-A Thermal and Fluid Power Engineering CO2 Able to differentiate impulse and reaction type steam turbine. 1 3 8 12 10 18 52 0.71 21.35
AE6-A Thermal and Fluid Power Engineering CO3 Able to calculate the force exerted by the jet of water on moving and stationary vanes. 0 4 6 9 18 15 52 0.73 21.92
AE6-A Thermal and Fluid Power Engineering CO4 Able to select the water turbine for the given output power and speed. 0 4 2 15 15 16 52 0.74 22.27
AE6-A Thermal and Fluid Power Engineering CO5 Able to analyze thermal performance of gas turbine plant. 0 3 3 14 17 15 52 0.75 22.38
AE6-A Thermal and Fluid Power Engineering CO6 Able to recall the working principle of turbojet, turboprop, turbofan, ramjet and rocket engines. 0 1 10 13 11 17 52 0.73 21.81
AE7-A Automotive Design CO1 Able to Describe design considerations of Internal combustion engine parts 1 5 5 18 21 18 68 0.71 21.44
AE7-A Automotive Design CO2 I understand the various strength of Material 1 3 7 17 21 19 68 0.73 21.79
AE7-A Automotive Design CO3 Able to calculate stresses induced in the engine parts. 1 3 7 26 12 19 68 0.70 21.00
AE7-A Automotive Design CO4 Able to check designed Engine parts in stresses. 1 5 7 19 17 19 68 0.70 21.09
AE7-A Automotive Design CO5 Ability to design a Automobile component to meet desired needs. 1 4 6 22 18 17 68 0.70 21.09
AE7-A AES CO1 Able to recall various Sensors and actuators used in Automobiles. 2 2 4 19 13 28 68 0.76 22.85
AE7-A AES CO2 Able to explain working of Electronic Control module(ECM) in automobiles. 2 1 3 16 19 27 68 0.78 23.47
AE7-A AES CO3 Able to apply knowledge of sensors in management of vehicle control system. 2 1 5 21 13 26 68 0.75 22.59
AE7-A AES CO4 Able to describe working of CAN systems and its types. 2 3 4 16 17 26 68 0.76 22.68
AE7-A AES CO5 Able to demonstrate an ability to design an automotive embedded system. 2 2 4 19 18 23 68 0.75 22.41
AE7-A AES CO6 Able to Illustrate knowledge acquired in this subject to develop simple automotive embedded systems. 2 3 8 18 12 25 68 0.72 21.71
AE7-A CAD/CAM/CAE CO1 Able to identify proper computer graphics techniques for geometric modelling. 1 5 12 19 16 15 68 0.66 19.85
AE7-A CAD/CAM/CAE CO2 Able to transform, manipulate objects and store and manage data. 1 4 10 21 18 14 68 0.67 20.21
AE7-A CAD/CAM/CAE CO3 Able to prepare part programming applicable to CNC machines. 1 4 7 17 21 18 68 0.71 21.44
AE7-A CAD/CAM/CAE CO4 Able to use rapid prototyping and tooling concepts in any real life applications. 1 4 12 22 13 16 68 0.66 19.94
AE7-A CAD/CAM/CAE CO5 Able to identify the tools for Analysis of a complex engineering component. 1 5 7 24 17 14 68 0.67 20.21
AE7-A CAD/CAM/CAE CO6 Able to apply the concepts/components of computer integrated manufacturing. 2 6 11 22 13 14 68 0.64 19.06
AE7-A Chassis Body Engineering CO1 Able to recall various loads acting on Chassis of an Automobile. 1 0 5 12 20 30 68 0.81 24.35
AE7-A Chassis Body Engineering CO2 Able to explain the various Vehicle body Materials. 1 1 2 15 19 30 68 0.81 24.35
AE7-A Chassis Body Engineering CO3 Able to outline the Layout of design ,Preliminary design, Vehicle weight distribution etc. 1 0 3 12 24 28 68 0.82 24.53
AE7-A Chassis Body Engineering CO4 Able to describe the design considerations for Driver, passenger, child seat. 1 1 2 17 20 27 68 0.80 23.91
AE7-A Chassis Body Engineering CO5 Able to demonstrate the Visibility terminology in Passenger Vehicles. 1 1 1 15 20 30 68 0.82 24.53
AE7-A Chassis Body Engineering CO6 Able to Illustrate various Vehicle Body Styles.(Passenger Car, Heavy Vehicles and Vans Pickups.) 1 0 2 14 24 27 68 0.81 24.44
AE7-A Product Design and Development CO1 Able to understand the fundamental product design concepts 1 3 8 21 14 21 68 0.71 21.44
AE7-A Product Design and Development CO2 Able to understand and translate the needs and requirements of customers for design of product. 1 8 6 21 15 17 68 0.67 20.12
AE7-A Product Design and Development CO3 Able to apply various tools and techniques for product design 1 6 7 23 14 17 68 0.68 20.29
AE7-A Product Design and Development CO4 Able to design the products as per the customers and industry requirements. 1 4 8 22 13 20 68 0.70 21.00
AE7-A Product Design and Development CO5 Able to understand and apply legal and social issues related to patents and IP acts. 1 5 8 22 15 17 68 0.68 20.47
AE8-A Autotronics CO1 Able to understand the basic working of batteries and fuel cells 0 0 0 0 12 31 43 0.94 28.33
AE8-A Autotronics CO2 Able to understand and explain the working and construction of starting system 0 0 0 4 9 30 43 0.92 27.63
AE8-A Autotronics CO3 Able to recall the recent trends in ignition systems 0 0 1 2 10 30 43 0.92 27.63
AE8-A Autotronics CO4 Able to identify various sensors in an automobile 0 1 2 3 11 26 43 0.87 26.23
AE8-A Autotronics CO5 Able to explain the working of a car’s lighting and wiring system 0 1 0 5 6 31 43 0.91 27.21
AE8-A Autotronics CO6 Able to interpret modern techniques such as telematics, GPS etc 0 0 1 5 6 31 43 0.91 27.35
AE8-A Vehicle Dynamics CO1 Able to define the vehicle dynamics and understand fundamentals of vehicle dynamics. 0 0 1 10 8 24 43 0.86 25.67
AE8-A Vehicle Dynamics CO2 Able to design automobile considering dynamics of an automobile. 0 0 4 9 4 26 43 0.84 25.26
AE8-A Vehicle Dynamics CO3 Able to explain the tyre properties, cornering forces, suspension roll geometry. 0 0 4 9 6 24 43 0.83 24.98
AE8-A Vehicle Dynamics CO4 Able to recall recent trends in vehicle dynamics. 0 1 2 10 7 23 43 0.83 24.84
AE8-A Vehicle Dynamics CO5 Able to develop analytical solutions to vehicle design considering dynamics. 0 1 4 11 5 22 43 0.80 24.00
AE8-A Vehicle Maintenance CO1 Able to illustrate the importance of various types of maintenance program available for vehicle. 0 12 6 7 5 13 43 0.60 18.14
AE8-A Vehicle Maintenance CO2 Able to understand and explain the importance of maintenance procedure adopted for electrical system used in automobile such as charging system, starting system etc. 1 12 7 10 6 7 43 0.53 16.05
AE8-A Vehicle Maintenance CO3 Able to understand operational details of various electrical accessories used in automobile. 0 14 2 13 5 9 43 0.57 17.02
AE8-A Vehicle Maintenance CO4 Able to understand various restraint system available in automobile and diagnostic procedure adopted. 0 15 3 13 5 7 43 0.53 16.05
AE8-A Vehicle Maintenance CO5 Able to understand and analyze the working of different automotive diagnostic tools. 0 16 4 7 6 10 43 0.55 16.60
AE8-A Vehicle Safety CO1 Able to explain Basic concepts of vehicle safety. 0 15 5 9 7 7 43 0.53 16.05
AE8-A Vehicle Safety CO2 Able to recall various concepts/Technical papers related to Rear Crash Safety. 0 11 14 4 5 9 43 0.54 16.19
AE8-A Vehicle Safety CO3 Able to understand and explain basic mechanics as applied to vehicle accident reconstruction. 0 14 8 6 8 7 43 0.53 16.05
AE8-A Vehicle Safety CO4 Able to describe working of different automotive safety systems in vehicles. 0 13 12 3 6 9 43 0.53 16.05
AE8-A Vehicle Safety CO5 Able to understand vehicle design from safety view point. 1 14 8 5 3 12 43 0.54 16.33
CS3-A Applied Mathematics-III CO1 Understand complex variable theory,application of harmonic conjugate to get orthogonal trajectories and analytic functios 5 0 1 2 9 18 35 0.77 22.97
CS3-B Applied Mathematics-III CO1 Understand complex variable theory,application of harmonic conjugate to get orthogonal trajectories and analytic functios 3 0 1 9 3 10 26 0.70 21.00
CS3-A Applied Mathematics-III CO2 Able to find the image in the w-plane for the given geometry in Z-plane by complex transformation. 5 0 1 3 6 20 35 0.77 23.14
CS3-B Applied Mathematics-III CO2 Able to find the image in the w-plane for the given geometry in Z-plane by complex transformation. 3 1 2 4 7 9 26 0.69 20.77
CS3-A Applied Mathematics-III CO3 Able to apply Laplace transform and inverse Laplace transform of various functions in solving an ordinary differential equation. 5 0 1 2 5 22 35 0.79 23.66
CS3-B Applied Mathematics-III CO3 Able to apply Laplace transform and inverse Laplace transform of various functions in solving an ordinary differential equation. 3 0 0 3 5 15 26 0.80 24.00
CS3-A Applied Mathematics-III CO4 Expand the periodic function by using fourier series and complex form of fourier series . 5 0 0 5 4 21 35 0.78 23.31
CS3-B Applied Mathematics-III CO4 Expand the periodic function by using fourier series and complex form of fourier series . 3 0 1 4 7 11 26 0.75 22.38
CS3-A Applied Mathematics-III CO5 Able to find Z-transform and its inverse of the given sequence. 5 0 2 12 2 14 35 0.67 20.23
CS3-B Applied Mathematics-III CO5 Able to find Z-transform and its inverse of the given sequence. 3 0 0 4 8 11 26 0.76 22.85
CS3-A Applied Mathematics-III CO6 Apply the concept of correlation and regression to the engeneering problems. 5 0 0 1 4 25 35 0.82 24.69
CS3-B Applied Mathematics-III CO6 Apply the concept of correlation and regression to the engeneering problems. 3 1 0 3 4 15 26 0.78 23.31
CS3-A Digital Logic Design and Analysis CO1 Able to Remember the basic need of various logic gates covered in the subject. 5 0 0 0 3 27 35 0.84 25.20
CS3-B Digital Logic Design and Analysis CO1 Able to Remember the basic need of various logic gates covered in the subject. 3 0 2 1 6 14 26 0.78 23.31
CS3-A Digital Logic Design and Analysis CO2 Able to Understand basic operations of logic gates and Universal gates to implement various logic circuits 5 0 1 1 3 25 35 0.81 24.34
CS3-B Digital Logic Design and Analysis CO2 Able to Understand basic operations of logic gates and Universal gates to implement various logic circuits 3 0 1 3 5 14 26 0.78 23.31
CS3-A Digital Logic Design and Analysis CO3 Able to Apply knowledge acquired in this subject to understand applications of various Combinational ckts such as Encoder, Decoder, MUX, DEMUX, Adder, subtractor, Comparator etc. 5 0 0 2 7 21 35 0.79 23.83
CS3-B Digital Logic Design and Analysis CO3 Able to Apply knowledge acquired in this subject to understand applications of various Combinational ckts such as Encoder, Decoder, MUX, DEMUX, Adder, subtractor, Comparator etc. 3 1 0 6 6 10 26 0.72 21.46
CS3-A Digital Logic Design and Analysis CO4 Able to Analyze the working of Sequential ckts using Timing diagrams 6 0 1 1 4 23 35 0.78 23.31
CS3-B Digital Logic Design and Analysis CO4 Able to Analyze the working of Sequential ckts using Timing diagrams 3 0 1 4 10 8 26 0.72 21.69
CS3-A Digital Logic Design and Analysis CO5 Able to Evaluate optimized logic expression using different techniques studied in this subject such as boolean algebra, K-Map etc. 5 0 0 3 2 25 35 0.81 24.34
CS3-B Digital Logic Design and Analysis CO5 Able to Evaluate optimized logic expression using different techniques studied in this subject such as boolean algebra, K-Map etc. 3 1 0 1 8 13 26 0.78 23.31
CS3-A Digital Logic Design and Analysis CO6 Able to Use Digital Trainer Kit for designing & implementing various logic ckts studied in this subject 5 0 0 1 6 23 35 0.81 24.34
CS3-B Digital Logic Design and Analysis CO6 Able to Use Digital Trainer Kit for designing & implementing various logic ckts studied in this subject 3 1 5 4 4 9 26 0.65 19.38
CS3-A Discrete Mathematics CO1 Able to reason logically. 5 0 0 2 3 25 35 0.82 24.51
CS3-B Discrete Mathematics CO1 Able to reason logically. 3 0 1 3 6 13 26 0.77 23.08
CS3-A Discrete Mathematics CO2 Able to understand use of functions ,graphs in programming applications. 6 0 0 1 3 25 35 0.80 24.00
CS3-B Discrete Mathematics CO2 Able to understand use of functions ,graphs in programming applications. 3 0 0 2 7 14 26 0.80 24.00
CS3-A Discrete Mathematics CO3 Able to understand use of groups and codes in encoding and decoding. 5 0 0 1 2 27 35 0.83 25.03
CS3-B Discrete Mathematics CO3 Able to understand use of groups and codes in encoding and decoding. 3 0 0 5 6 12 26 0.76 22.85
CS3-A Discrete Mathematics CO4 Understand the notion of mathematical thinking ,mathematical proofs and to apply them in problem solving. 5 0 0 2 3 25 35 0.82 24.51
CS3-B Discrete Mathematics CO4 Understand the notion of mathematical thinking ,mathematical proofs and to apply them in problem solving. 3 0 1 3 8 11 26 0.75 22.62
CS3-A Discrete Mathematics CO5 Apply discrete structures into other computing problems such as formal specification,verification,artificial intelligence ,cryptography,Data Analysis and Data Mining etc. 5 1 1 3 3 22 35 0.77 22.97
CS3-B Discrete Mathematics CO5 Apply discrete structures into other computing problems such as formal specification,verification,artificial intelligence ,cryptography,Data Analysis and Data Mining etc. 3 0 2 8 7 6 26 0.66 19.85
CS3-A Discrete Mathematics CO6 Able to understand types of realtions,Diagraph and lattices. 5 0 1 1 4 24 35 0.81 24.17
CS3-B Discrete Mathematics CO6 Able to understand types of realtions,Diagraph and lattices. 3 0 0 3 8 12 26 0.78 23.31
CS3-A Data Structures CO1 Able to remember the functionality and need of various data structures covered   in the subject. 5 0 0 1 4 25 35 0.82 24.69
CS3-B Data Structures CO1 Able to remember the functionality and need of various data structures covered   in the subject. 4 0 0 0 10 12 26 0.77 23.08
CS3-A Data Structures CO2 Able to understand basic operations & algorithms to implement various Data structures and their scope 5 0 0 1 14 15 35 0.77 22.97
CS3-B Data Structures CO2 Able to understand basic operations & algorithms to implement various Data structures and their scope 4 0 0 3 9 10 26 0.73 21.92
CS3-A Data Structures CO3 Able to apply knowledge acquired in this subject to understand applications of various data structures like Stack, Queue, Linked list, Tree , Graph 5 0 0 0 5 25 35 0.83 24.86
CS3-B Data Structures CO3 Able to apply knowledge acquired in this subject to understand applications of various data structures like Stack, Queue, Linked list, Tree , Graph 3 0 1 2 8 12 26 0.77 23.08
CS3-A Data Structures CO4 Able to analyze use of various sorting & searching techniques used in computer programming . 5 0 0 2 6 22 35 0.80 24.00
CS3-B Data Structures CO4 Able to analyze use of various sorting & searching techniques used in computer programming . 3 1 1 5 9 7 26 0.68 20.54
CS3-A Data Structures CO5 Able to evaluate the diffenence between Linear & non Linear data Structures studied in this subject. 5 0 0 1 11 18 35 0.78 23.49
CS3-B Data Structures CO5 Able to evaluate the diffenence between Linear & non Linear data Structures studied in this subject. 3 0 2 3 8 10 26 0.73 21.92
CS3-A Data Structures CO6 Able to use softwares like C for designing & implementing various Data structures studied in this subject 5 0 0 3 12 15 35 0.75 22.63
CS3-B Data Structures CO6 Able to use softwares like C for designing & implementing various Data structures studied in this subject 3 1 2 6 5 9 26 0.68 20.31
CS3-A Electronic Circuits and Communication Fundamentals CO1 Able to remember the operation, characteristics of JFET ,FET models and parameters various FEt oscillators and be able to undestand the bjt based power amplifiers 5 0 1 3 13 13 35 0.73 21.94
CS3-B Electronic Circuits and Communication Fundamentals CO1 Able to remember the operation, characteristics of JFET ,FET models and parameters various FEt oscillators and be able to undestand the bjt based power amplifiers 3 2 3 4 7 7 26 0.64 19.15
CS3-A Electronic Circuits and Communication Fundamentals CO2 Able to remember and analyze different OP-AMP based applications 5 0 0 3 11 16 35 0.76 22.80
CS3-B Electronic Circuits and Communication Fundamentals CO2 Able to remember and analyze different OP-AMP based applications 3 3 1 7 7 5 26 0.61 18.23
CS3-A Electronic Circuits and Communication Fundamentals CO3 Able to illustrate the princilpe and elements of analog communication, different types of analog modulation, and the types of AM techniques 5 0 0 1 8 21 35 0.80 24.00
CS3-B Electronic Circuits and Communication Fundamentals CO3 Able to illustrate the princilpe and elements of analog communication, different types of analog modulation, and the types of AM techniques 3 1 1 3 7 11 26 0.73 21.92
CS3-A Electronic Circuits and Communication Fundamentals CO4 Able to understand the principle behimd super hetro dyne recievers,detection of FM and various applications of PLL in communication. 5 0 0 4 3 23 35 0.79 23.83
CS3-B Electronic Circuits and Communication Fundamentals CO4 Able to understand the principle behimd super hetro dyne recievers,detection of FM and various applications of PLL in communication. 3 1 0 7 10 5 26 0.67 20.08
CS3-A Electronic Circuits and Communication Fundamentals CO5 Able to remember the sampling concept, conversion of data and various multiplexing techniques and digital modulation techniques used in communication 6 0 0 4 1 24 35 0.78 23.31
CS3-B Electronic Circuits and Communication Fundamentals CO5 Able to remember the sampling concept, conversion of data and various multiplexing techniques and digital modulation techniques used in communication 3 0 0 6 7 10 26 0.74 22.15
CS3-A Java Programming Lab CO1 Were the topics included in this course useful in your overall learning and application development skills? 6 0 0 2 3 24 35 0.79 23.66
CS3-B Java Programming Lab CO1 Were the topics included in this course useful in your overall learning and application development skills? 3 0 0 1 7 15 26 0.82 24.46
CS3-A Java Programming Lab CO2 This course provided with an understanding of the fundamental concepts of object-oriented design and basic programming principles using Java language? 6 0 0 1 2 26 35 0.81 24.17
CS3-B Java Programming Lab CO2 This course provided with an understanding of the fundamental concepts of object-oriented design and basic programming principles using Java language? 3 0 0 1 9 13 26 0.80 24.00
CS3-A Java Programming Lab CO3 Whether you could apply basic java program structure to write applets and applications? 6 0 0 0 4 25 35 0.81 24.17
CS3-B Java Programming Lab CO3 Whether you could apply basic java program structure to write applets and applications? 3 0 0 7 5 11 26 0.74 22.15
CS3-A Java Programming Lab CO4 Were you able to model real world scenario using class diagram and Interaction diagrams? 6 0 0 2 3 24 35 0.79 23.66
CS3-B Java Programming Lab CO4 Were you able to model real world scenario using class diagram and Interaction diagrams? 3 0 0 3 5 15 26 0.80 24.00
CS3-A Java Programming Lab CO5 Were you able to solve problems using different features of Java included in this course such as Multi-threading, Exception Handling, Inheritance and not using pointers? 6 0 1 0 3 25 35 0.79 23.83
CS3-B Java Programming Lab CO5 Were you able to solve problems using different features of Java included in this course such as Multi-threading, Exception Handling, Inheritance and not using pointers? 3 0 1 3 5 14 26 0.78 23.31
CS3-A Java Programming Lab CO6 Able to use software like JDK for designing & implementing various Concepts studied in this subject 6 0 0 0 4 25 35 0.81 24.17
CS3-B Java Programming Lab CO6 Able to use software like JDK for designing & implementing various Concepts studied in this subject 3 0 0 3 7 13 26 0.78 23.54
CS3-A Project Based Learning CO1 Able to understand concept of the project and select hardware and software for the project. 5 0 0 2 4 24 35 0.81 24.34
CS3-B Project Based Learning CO1 Able to understand concept of the project and select hardware and software for the project. 3 1 1 2 6 13 26 0.75 22.62
CS3-A Project Based Learning CO2 Able to practically implement theoretical concepts. 5 0 0 3 3 24 35 0.81 24.17
CS3-B Project Based Learning CO2 Able to practically implement theoretical concepts. 3 0 1 2 6 14 26 0.78 23.54
CS3-A Project Based Learning CO3 Able to gain more knowledge about subjects in current semester. 6 0 0 2 3 24 35 0.79 23.66
CS3-B Project Based Learning CO3 Able to gain more knowledge about subjects in current semester. 4 0 1 3 11 7 26 0.69 20.77
CS4-A Applied Mathematics-IV CO1 Able to remember the method of solving problems in complex integration. 7 2 3 10 9 29 60 0.73 21.90
CS4-B Applied Mathematics-IV CO1 Able to remember the method of solving problems in complex integration. 2 4 2 11 18 20 57 0.75 22.42
CS4-A Applied Mathematics-IV CO2 Able to understand various concepts in matrices such as Eigen values, Eigen vectors, diagonalizable, derogatory matrices. 3 2 3 12 10 30 60 0.78 23.40
CS4-B Applied Mathematics-IV CO2 Able to understand various concepts in matrices such as Eigen values, Eigen vectors, diagonalizable, derogatory matrices. 1 3 3 11 17 22 57 0.77 23.16
CS4-A Applied Mathematics-IV CO3 Able to apply knowledge acquired in probability theory such as mean, variance, standard deviations and other distributions. 3 1 7 11 10 28 60 0.76 22.80
CS4-B Applied Mathematics-IV CO3 Able to apply knowledge acquired in probability theory such as mean, variance, standard deviations and other distributions. 1 2 7 11 17 19 57 0.74 22.32
CS4-A Applied Mathematics-IV CO4 Able to analyze various IT sectors using sampling distributions. 4 4 8 14 3 27 60 0.70 20.90
CS4-B Applied Mathematics-IV CO4 Able to analyze various IT sectors using sampling distributions. 1 7 2 12 17 18 57 0.72 21.58
CS4-A Applied Mathematics-IV CO5 Able to use to make flow charts in simplex table, linear programming problem and non linear programming problems 3 3 6 13 6 29 60 0.74 22.30
CS4-B Applied Mathematics-IV CO5 Able to use to make flow charts in simplex table, linear programming problem and non linear programming problems 1 7 3 10 17 19 57 0.72 21.68
CS4-A Applied Mathematics-IV CO6 Able to identify Mathematics/ mathematical methods required for solving challenges in real life using computer programming. 4 5 4 17 4 26 60 0.70 21.00
CS4-B Applied Mathematics-IV CO6 Able to identify Mathematics/ mathematical methods required for solving challenges in real life using computer programming. 1 3 5 12 17 19 57 0.74 22.32
CS4-A Analysis of Algorithms CO1 Able to remember the various algorithm studied in this subject 2 1 4 12 10 31 60 0.80 24.00
CS4-B Analysis of Algorithms CO1 Able to remember the various algorithm studied in this subject 0 1 1 10 20 25 57 0.84 25.05
CS4-A Analysis of Algorithms CO2 Able to understand the different problem solving strategies- divide and conquer, greedy, dynamic, backtracking, branch and bound 2 1 4 10 14 29 60 0.80 24.00
CS4-B Analysis of Algorithms CO2 Able to understand the different problem solving strategies- divide and conquer, greedy, dynamic, backtracking, branch and bound 0 0 2 12 21 22 57 0.82 24.63
CS4-A Analysis of Algorithms CO3 Able to apply the strategies and algorithms learned in the subject to real world problems. 2 2 3 13 9 31 60 0.79 23.80
CS4-B Analysis of Algorithms CO3 Able to apply the strategies and algorithms learned in the subject to real world problems. 0 0 1 14 19 23 57 0.82 24.74
CS4-A Analysis of Algorithms CO4 Able to analyze and distinguish the different design strategies to chose the best one for the problem 2 1 5 12 13 27 60 0.78 23.40
CS4-B Analysis of Algorithms CO4 Able to analyze and distinguish the different design strategies to chose the best one for the problem 0 0 0 11 25 21 57 0.84 25.05
CS4-A Analysis of Algorithms CO5 able to design algorithms by using /combining the strategies studied in the subjects. 3 1 3 13 12 28 60 0.78 23.40
CS4-B Analysis of Algorithms CO5 able to design algorithms by using /combining the strategies studied in the subjects. 1 0 3 13 19 21 57 0.79 23.79
CS4-A Analysis of Algorithms CO6 Able to evaluate /judge an algorithm based on time and space complexity studied in the subject. 2 2 4 13 10 29 60 0.78 23.40
CS4-B Analysis of Algorithms CO6 Able to evaluate /judge an algorithm based on time and space complexity studied in the subject. 0 1 2 13 17 24 57 0.81 24.42
CS4-A Computer Graphics CO1 Able to understand various I/O devices used for graphics and applications of computer graphics 2 0 3 7 10 38 60 0.86 25.70
CS4-B Computer Graphics CO1 Able to understand various I/O devices used for graphics and applications of computer graphics 0 0 0 5 18 34 57 0.90 27.05
CS4-A Computer Graphics CO2 Able to understand and analyze generation of various basic graphic primitives 2 1 1 5 13 38 60 0.87 26.00
CS4-B Computer Graphics CO2 Able to understand and analyze generation of various basic graphic primitives 0 0 0 7 14 36 57 0.90 27.05
CS4-A Computer Graphics CO3 Able to remember the different projection types for 3D image 2 0 3 5 10 40 60 0.87 26.10
CS4-B Computer Graphics CO3 Able to remember the different projection types for 3D image 0 0 0 9 15 33 57 0.88 26.53
CS4-A Computer Graphics CO4 Able to apply knowledge of transformation 2 1 1 6 10 40 60 0.87 26.10
CS4-B Computer Graphics CO4 Able to apply knowledge of transformation 0 0 1 5 16 35 57 0.90 26.95
CS4-A Computer Graphics CO5 Able to apply the knowledge of line clipping 3 1 1 7 8 40 60 0.85 25.60
CS4-B Computer Graphics CO5 Able to apply the knowledge of line clipping 0 0 2 3 13 39 57 0.91 27.37
CS4-A Computer Graphics CO6 Able to use knowledge in designing/creating different graphic scenario for animation purpose 2 0 1 6 8 43 60 0.89 26.70
CS4-B Computer Graphics CO6 Able to use knowledge in designing/creating different graphic scenario for animation purpose 1 0 2 10 12 32 57 0.85 25.47
CS4-A Computer Organization and Architecture CO1 To describe basic structure of the computer system and demonstrate the arithmetic algorithms for solving ALU operations. 2 0 1 9 11 37 60 0.86 25.80
CS4-B Computer Organization and Architecture CO1 To describe basic structure of the computer system and demonstrate the arithmetic algorithms for solving ALU operations. 0 0 1 9 17 30 57 0.87 26.00
CS4-A Computer Organization and Architecture CO2 To understand basic processor organization and architecture 2 0 0 9 10 39 60 0.87 26.20
CS4-B Computer Organization and Architecture CO2 To understand basic processor organization and architecture 0 1 0 9 19 28 57 0.86 25.68
CS4-A Computer Organization and Architecture CO3 To describe basic control unit design 3 0 1 10 9 37 60 0.84 25.30
CS4-B Computer Organization and Architecture CO3 To describe basic control unit design 0 1 0 10 16 30 57 0.86 25.79
CS4-A Computer Organization and Architecture CO4 To demonstrate the memory mapping techniques. 2 0 2 8 12 36 60 0.85 25.60
CS4-B Computer Organization and Architecture CO4 To demonstrate the memory mapping techniques. 0 1 0 5 20 31 57 0.88 26.42
CS4-A Computer Organization and Architecture CO5 To identify various types of buses, interrupts and I/O operations in a computer system 2 0 0 10 15 33 60 0.85 25.50
CS4-B Computer Organization and Architecture CO5 To identify various types of buses, interrupts and I/O operations in a computer system 0 1 0 4 23 29 57 0.88 26.32
CS4-A Computer Organization and Architecture CO6 To describe instruction level parallelism and hazards in typical processor pipelines and superscalar architectures, multi-core architecture and their advantages 2 0 0 8 15 35 60 0.86 25.90
CS4-B Computer Organization and Architecture CO6 To describe instruction level parallelism and hazards in typical processor pipelines and superscalar architectures, multi-core architecture and their advantages 0 1 0 11 17 28 57 0.85 25.47
CS4-A Operating System CO1 Understand role of Operating System in terms of process, memory, file and I/O management. 2 1 1 9 11 36 60 0.85 25.40
CS4-B Operating System CO1 Understand role of Operating System in terms of process, memory, file and I/O management. 0 1 1 8 17 30 57 0.86 25.79
CS4-A Operating System CO2 Apply and analyse the concept of a process, thread, mutual exclusion and deadlock. 2 1 1 10 12 34 60 0.84 25.10
CS4-B Operating System CO2 Apply and analyse the concept of a process, thread, mutual exclusion and deadlock. 0 1 2 10 15 29 57 0.84 25.26
CS4-A Operating System CO3 Evaluate performance of process scheduling algorithms and IPC. 2 1 0 11 10 36 60 0.85 25.40
CS4-B Operating System CO3 Evaluate performance of process scheduling algorithms and IPC. 0 0 1 9 16 31 57 0.87 26.11
CS4-A Operating System CO4 Apply and analyse the concepts of memory management techniques. 2 1 0 8 12 37 60 0.86 25.80
CS4-B Operating System CO4 Apply and analyse the concepts of memory management techniques. 0 1 1 9 14 32 57 0.86 25.89
CS4-A Operating System CO5 Evaluate the performance of memory allocation and replacement techniques. 3 0 2 7 7 41 60 0.86 25.80
CS4-B Operating System CO5 Evaluate the performance of memory allocation and replacement techniques. 0 1 2 8 13 33 57 0.86 25.89
CS4-A Operating System CO6 Apply and analyze different techniques of file and I/O management. 3 0 2 10 10 35 60 0.83 24.90
CS4-B Operating System CO6 Apply and analyze different techniques of file and I/O management. 0 1 1 8 19 28 57 0.85 25.58
CS4-A Open Source Tech Lab CO1 Able to understand the basic concept of Python and PERL 3 0 1 7 11 38 60 0.86 25.70
CS4-B Open Source Tech Lab CO1 Able to understand the basic concept of Python and PERL 0 0 2 5 23 27 57 0.86 25.89
CS4-A Open Source Tech Lab CO2 Able to understand file handling using Python and PERL 3 0 1 7 8 41 60 0.87 26.00
CS4-B Open Source Tech Lab CO2 Able to understand file handling using Python and PERL 0 1 0 8 15 33 57 0.88 26.32
CS4-A Open Source Tech Lab CO3 Able to develop program for data structure using built in functions in python. 3 0 2 5 9 41 60 0.87 26.00
CS4-B Open Source Tech Lab CO3 Able to develop program for data structure using built in functions in python. 0 0 2 7 20 28 57 0.86 25.79
CS4-A Open Source Tech Lab CO4 Able to create package and module using Python and PERL 3 0 4 5 14 34 60 0.83 24.90
CS4-B Open Source Tech Lab CO4 Able to create package and module using Python and PERL 0 0 1 11 21 24 57 0.84 25.16
CS4-A Open Source Tech Lab CO5 Able to develop GUI program and database connectivity using Python 3 0 1 7 11 38 60 0.86 25.70
CS4-B Open Source Tech Lab CO5 Able to develop GUI program and database connectivity using Python 0 1 1 6 17 32 57 0.87 26.21
CS4-A Open Source Tech Lab CO6 Able to explore django web framework for developing python based web application. 4 0 2 7 9 38 60 0.84 25.10
CS4-B Open Source Tech Lab CO6 Able to explore django web framework for developing python based web application. 0 1 2 10 13 31 57 0.85 25.47
CS4-A PBL CO1 Able to understand concept of the project and select hardware and software for the project. 4 0 0 6 12 38 60 0.85 25.60
CS4-B PBL CO1 Able to understand concept of the project and select hardware and software for the project. 0 0 1 8 14 34 57 0.88 26.53
CS4-A PBL CO2 Able to practically implement theoretical concepts. 3 0 1 9 12 35 60 0.84 25.20
CS4-B PBL CO2 Able to practically implement theoretical concepts. 1 1 1 7 18 29 57 0.85 25.37
CS4-A PBL CO3 Able to gain more knowledge about subjects in current semester. 3 0 1 8 15 33 60 0.84 25.10
CS4-B PBL CO3 Able to gain more knowledge about subjects in current semester. 1 1 1 7 14 33 57 0.86 25.79
CS5-A Business Communication and Ethics CO1 Able to examine and organize information required for professional writing skills like report,technical proposals,cover letter and resume. 0 9 6 23 5 20 63 0.67 20.00
CS5-B Business Communication and Ethics CO1 Able to examine and organize information required for professional writing skills like report,technical proposals,cover letter and resume. 1 0 7 14 18 22 62 0.77 23.03
CS5-A Business Communication and Ethics CO2 Able to identify and differentiate the varied emotions of the group and plan ways of modifying these emotions necessary for group enhancement and effective team building. 0 10 10 14 11 18 63 0.65 19.62
CS5-B Business Communication and Ethics CO2 Able to identify and differentiate the varied emotions of the group and plan ways of modifying these emotions necessary for group enhancement and effective team building. 0 2 3 18 18 21 62 0.77 23.13
CS5-A Business Communication and Ethics CO3 Able to differentiate between professional etiquettes and ethical attitude requried in business and corporate. 0 13 5 12 15 18 63 0.66 19.90
CS5-B Business Communication and Ethics CO3 Able to differentiate between professional etiquettes and ethical attitude requried in business and corporate. 0 1 6 16 14 25 62 0.78 23.42
CS5-A Business Communication and Ethics CO4 Able to participate and communicate effectively in interviews and group discussions. 1 10 5 15 12 20 63 0.68 20.29
CS5-B Business Communication and Ethics CO4 Able to participate and communicate effectively in interviews and group discussions. 0 1 5 13 17 26 62 0.80 24.00
CS5-A Business Communication and Ethics CO5 Able to prepare and produce information necessary for presentation. 0 8 9 16 14 16 63 0.67 20.00
CS5-B Business Communication and Ethics CO5 Able to prepare and produce information necessary for presentation. 0 0 3 21 12 26 62 0.80 23.90
CS5-A Computer Networks CO1 Able to remember different frame formats, Addressing formats for all protocols 0 5 3 18 19 18 63 0.73 22.00
CS5-B Computer Networks CO1 Able to remember different frame formats, Addressing formats for all protocols 0 1 4 6 21 30 62 0.84 25.26
CS5-A Computer Networks CO2 Able to understand various network topologies and different reference models for networks 2 4 3 19 17 18 63 0.71 21.43
CS5-B Computer Networks CO2 Able to understand various network topologies and different reference models for networks 0 0 2 10 16 34 62 0.86 25.94
CS5-A Computer Networks CO3 Able to apply knowledge acquired to solve error detection and correction problems, IP Addressing problem 1 3 6 16 15 22 63 0.74 22.19
CS5-B Computer Networks CO3 Able to apply knowledge acquired to solve error detection and correction problems, IP Addressing problem 0 1 2 8 18 33 62 0.86 25.74
CS5-A Computer Networks CO4 Able to analyze the network and working of different protocols practically using NS2 1 5 4 17 15 21 63 0.73 21.81
CS5-B Computer Networks CO4 Able to analyze the network and working of different protocols practically using NS2 0 1 1 9 23 28 62 0.85 25.35
CS5-A Computer Networks CO5 Able to evaluate the efficiency of different Physical media, routing protocols 1 5 5 19 11 22 63 0.72 21.52
CS5-B Computer Networks CO5 Able to evaluate the efficiency of different Physical media, routing protocols 1 2 1 7 16 35 62 0.85 25.55
CS5-A Computer Networks CO6 Able to use softwares like NS-2 simulator and Packet Tracer for designing/creating different network topologies and establishing UDP and TCP connections 3 4 8 12 15 21 63 0.70 21.05
CS5-B Computer Networks CO6 Able to use softwares like NS-2 simulator and Packet Tracer for designing/creating different network topologies and establishing UDP and TCP connections 0 1 2 10 19 30 62 0.84 25.26
CS5-A Microprocessor CO1 To understand basic architecture of 16 bit and 32 bit microprocessors."To understand interfacing of 16 bit microprocessor with memory and peripheral chips involving system design. 2 0 3 11 23 24 63 0.80 23.90
CS5-B Microprocessor CO1 To understand basic architecture of 16 bit and 32 bit microprocessors."To understand interfacing of 16 bit microprocessor with memory and peripheral chips involving system design. 0 1 0 7 18 36 62 0.88 26.52
CS5-A Microprocessor CO2 Ability to effectively utilize microprocessor peripherals 1 1 3 12 18 28 63 0.81 24.29
CS5-B Microprocessor CO2 Ability to effectively utilize microprocessor peripherals 0 1 1 6 21 33 62 0.87 26.13
CS5-A Microprocessor CO3 To understand techniques for faster execution of instructions and improve speed of operation and performance of microprocessors. 2 0 2 11 21 27 63 0.81 24.38
CS5-B Microprocessor CO3 To understand techniques for faster execution of instructions and improve speed of operation and performance of microprocessors. 0 1 1 9 17 34 62 0.86 25.94
CS5-A Microprocessor CO4 To understand RISC and CISC based microprocessors. 1 1 3 14 19 25 63 0.79 23.81
CS5-B Microprocessor CO4 To understand RISC and CISC based microprocessors. 0 1 1 10 18 32 62 0.85 25.65
CS5-A Microprocessor CO5 To understand concept of multi core processors. 1 1 4 16 16 25 63 0.78 23.43
CS5-B Microprocessor CO5 To understand concept of multi core processors. 0 0 1 8 18 35 62 0.88 26.42
CS5-A Microprocessor CO6 The student will be able to calculate the worst-case execution time of programs or parts of programs, and to design and build, or to modify, software to maximise its run time memory or execution-time behaviour. 0 1 6 16 14 26 63 0.78 23.52
CS5-B Microprocessor CO6 The student will be able to calculate the worst-case execution time of programs or parts of programs, and to design and build, or to modify, software to maximise its run time memory or execution-time behaviour. 0 1 1 10 16 34 62 0.86 25.84
CS5-A Operating Systems CO1 Able to understand the role of operating system as System software. 1 4 3 19 14 22 63 0.74 22.19
CS5-B Operating Systems CO1 Able to understand the role of operating system as System software. 0 0 1 8 19 34 62 0.88 26.32
CS5-A Operating Systems CO2 Able to compare the various algorithms and remember and analyse performance of various algorithms used for management of memory , CPU scheduling, File handling and I/O operations. 0 2 5 16 20 20 63 0.76 22.86
CS5-B Operating Systems CO2 Able to compare the various algorithms and remember and analyse performance of various algorithms used for management of memory , CPU scheduling, File handling and I/O operations. 0 0 3 15 14 30 62 0.83 24.87
CS5-A Operating Systems CO3 Able to apply various concept related with Deadlock to solve problems related with Resources allocation, after checking system in Safe state or not. 0 3 4 23 14 19 63 0.73 22.00
CS5-B Operating Systems CO3 Able to apply various concept related with Deadlock to solve problems related with Resources allocation, after checking system in Safe state or not. 0 1 1 17 17 26 62 0.81 24.39
CS5-A Operating Systems CO4 Able to understand and analyse role of Process synchronization towards increasing throughput of system. 0 4 4 20 17 18 63 0.73 21.90
CS5-B Operating Systems CO4 Able to understand and analyse role of Process synchronization towards increasing throughput of system. 0 1 5 13 23 20 62 0.78 23.42
CS5-A Operating Systems CO5 Able to describe/judge the various Data Structures and algorithms used by different OS like Windows XP , Linux and Unix pertaining with Process , File, I/O management 1 4 6 18 13 21 63 0.72 21.62
CS5-B Operating Systems CO5 Able to describe/judge the various Data Structures and algorithms used by different OS like Windows XP , Linux and Unix pertaining with Process , File, I/O management 0 1 5 11 21 24 62 0.80 24.00
CS5-A Operating Systems CO6 Able to create and control the behavior of OS by writing Shell scripts. 2 4 7 20 12 18 63 0.69 20.57
CS5-B Operating Systems CO6 Able to create and control the behavior of OS by writing Shell scripts. 0 1 5 15 21 20 62 0.77 23.23
CS5-A Project Based Learning CO1 Able to understand concept of the project and select hardware and software for the project. 2 3 4 12 15 27 63 0.77 23.05
CS5-B Project Based Learning CO1 Able to understand concept of the project and select hardware and software for the project. 0 4 4 8 16 30 62 0.81 24.19
CS5-A Project Based Learning CO2 Able to practically implement theoretical concepts. 1 3 3 15 15 26 63 0.77 23.24
CS5-B Project Based Learning CO2 Able to practically implement theoretical concepts. 0 3 4 10 18 27 62 0.80 24.00
CS5-A Project Based Learning CO3 Able to gain more knowledge about subjects in current semester. 1 3 4 15 12 28 63 0.77 23.24
CS5-B Project Based Learning CO3 Able to gain more knowledge about subjects in current semester. 0 3 4 6 16 33 62 0.83 24.97
CS5-A Structured and Object Oriented Analysis and Design CO1 Able to understand and remember basic difference between traditional structured approach and the object ­oriented approach 1 2 1 10 23 26 63 0.81 24.38
CS5-B Structured and Object Oriented Analysis and Design CO1 Able to understand and remember basic difference between traditional structured approach and the object ­oriented approach 0 0 1 9 22 30 62 0.86 25.84
CS5-A Structured and Object Oriented Analysis and Design CO2 Able to understand the analysis of the system 1 1 0 10 25 26 63 0.83 24.86
CS5-B Structured and Object Oriented Analysis and Design CO2 Able to understand the analysis of the system 0 1 0 6 24 31 62 0.87 26.13
CS5-A Structured and Object Oriented Analysis and Design CO3 Able to analyze the concept of feasibility 1 1 2 15 18 26 63 0.80 24.00
CS5-B Structured and Object Oriented Analysis and Design CO3 Able to analyze the concept of feasibility 0 1 0 12 17 32 62 0.85 25.65
CS5-A Structured and Object Oriented Analysis and Design CO4 Able to understand and apply techniques to get the system requirements and present it in standard format and draw structured diagrams 2 0 2 13 19 27 63 0.81 24.19
CS5-B Structured and Object Oriented Analysis and Design CO4 Able to understand and apply techniques to get the system requirements and present it in standard format and draw structured diagrams 0 1 0 8 24 29 62 0.86 25.74
CS5-A Structured and Object Oriented Analysis and Design CO5 Able to apply key modelling concepts and system design and draw UML diagrams 1 1 3 13 15 30 63 0.81 24.38
CS5-B Structured and Object Oriented Analysis and Design CO5 Able to apply key modelling concepts and system design and draw UML diagrams 0 1 4 7 18 32 62 0.85 25.35
CS5-A Structured and Object Oriented Analysis and Design CO6 Able to understand application architecture and deployment 1 0 4 12 18 28 63 0.81 24.38
CS5-B Structured and Object Oriented Analysis and Design CO6 Able to understand application architecture and deployment 0 1 1 9 23 28 62 0.85 25.35
CS5-A Web Technologies Laboratory CO1 Able to identify the various web technologies used in website designing. 2 1 3 10 16 31 63 0.81 24.38
CS5-B Web Technologies Laboratory CO1 Able to identify the various web technologies used in website designing. 1 1 0 8 21 31 62 0.85 25.55
CS5-A Web Technologies Laboratory CO2 Able to understand the importance of each of the web technology used for designing websites. 1 1 4 11 17 29 63 0.81 24.29
CS5-B Web Technologies Laboratory CO2 Able to understand the importance of each of the web technology used for designing websites. 0 1 0 11 18 32 62 0.86 25.74
CS5-A Web Technologies Laboratory CO3 Able to establish database connectivity using PHP and MySQL. 1 1 3 10 19 29 63 0.82 24.57
CS5-B Web Technologies Laboratory CO3 Able to establish database connectivity using PHP and MySQL. 0 1 1 9 19 32 62 0.86 25.74
CS5-A Web Technologies Laboratory CO4 Able to develop web pages using web development tools like Visual Code, sublime, etc 2 1 6 9 15 30 63 0.79 23.81
CS5-B Web Technologies Laboratory CO4 Able to develop web pages using web development tools like Visual Code, sublime, etc 0 1 3 8 19 31 62 0.85 25.35
CS5-A Web Technologies Laboratory CO5 Able to design and develop a simple website using the various web technologies like HTML, CSS, JavaScript, etc. 2 2 4 10 17 28 63 0.79 23.62
CS5-B Web Technologies Laboratory CO5 Able to design and develop a simple website using the various web technologies like HTML, CSS, JavaScript, etc. 0 1 1 8 20 32 62 0.86 25.84
CS5-A Web Technologies Laboratory CO6 Able to compare the available web technologies and justify which is best suited for given scenario. 1 3 2 14 15 28 63 0.79 23.71
CS5-B Web Technologies Laboratory CO6 Able to compare the available web technologies and justify which is best suited for given scenario. 0 1 0 11 21 29 62 0.85 25.45
CS6-A Distributed Databases CO1 Able to understand overview of DDBMS 1 6 5 11 15 18 56 0.71 21.32
CS6-B Distributed Databases CO1 Able to understand overview of DDBMS 1 2 1 8 7 26 45 0.83 24.80
CS6-A Distributed Databases CO2 Able to design and implement different Fragmentations 0 6 5 16 9 20 56 0.71 21.43
CS6-B Distributed Databases CO2 Able to design and implement different Fragmentations 1 1 2 6 9 26 45 0.84 25.20
CS6-A Distributed Databases CO3 Able to understand  Deadlock detection techniques and recovery 0 5 8 13 15 15 56 0.70 20.89
CS6-B Distributed Databases CO3 Able to understand  Deadlock detection techniques and recovery 1 1 1 10 10 22 45 0.81 24.40
CS6-A Distributed Databases CO4 Able to understand and implement query optimization DDBMs 0 6 5 13 13 19 56 0.72 21.64
CS6-B Distributed Databases CO4 Able to understand and implement query optimization DDBMs 1 1 1 9 10 23 45 0.82 24.67
CS6-A Distributed Databases CO5 Able to understand concept of Heterogeous Database 0 6 11 12 10 17 56 0.68 20.25
CS6-B Distributed Databases CO5 Able to understand concept of Heterogeous Database 1 2 2 7 9 24 45 0.81 24.40
CS6-A Distributed Databases CO6 Able to understand and implement DTD, XML Schema and XQuery for given XML document 1 6 5 16 7 21 56 0.70 21.11
CS6-B Distributed Databases CO6 Able to understand and implement DTD, XML Schema and XQuery for given XML document 1 0 5 5 8 26 45 0.83 24.93
CS6-A Mobile Communication and Computing CO1 Learned the concepts and principles of mobile communication and computing. 0 1 3 14 14 24 56 0.80 24.11
CS6-B Mobile Communication and Computing CO1 Learned the concepts and principles of mobile communication and computing. 1 1 2 3 11 27 45 0.86 25.73
CS6-A Mobile Communication and Computing CO2 Understood the concepts of Mobile Cellular standards like GSM, CDMA, UMTS, etc. 0 1 3 15 17 20 56 0.79 23.57
CS6-B Mobile Communication and Computing CO2 Understood the concepts of Mobile Cellular standards like GSM, CDMA, UMTS, etc. 1 2 1 8 7 26 45 0.83 24.80
CS6-A Mobile Communication and Computing CO3 Learned about various technolgies in mobile communication like satellites, WLAN, Bluetooth, etc. 0 1 2 16 16 21 56 0.79 23.79
CS6-B Mobile Communication and Computing CO3 Learned about various technolgies in mobile communication like satellites, WLAN, Bluetooth, etc. 1 0 3 5 9 27 45 0.85 25.60
CS6-A Mobile Communication and Computing CO4 Learned what are the current trends w.r.t android and iOS . 0 2 2 15 14 23 56 0.79 23.79
CS6-B Mobile Communication and Computing CO4 Learned what are the current trends w.r.t android and iOS . 1 0 3 5 9 27 45 0.85 25.60
CS6-A Mobile Communication and Computing CO5 Learned the use of Network Simulator to simulate mobile networks,how to setup, configure and work with wireless devices and wireless access points. 0 1 8 11 19 17 56 0.75 22.61
CS6-B Mobile Communication and Computing CO5 Learned the use of Network Simulator to simulate mobile networks,how to setup, configure and work with wireless devices and wireless access points. 1 0 3 9 9 23 45 0.82 24.53
CS6-A Network Programming Laboratory CO1 Able to Configure Linux Network 0 1 2 9 20 24 56 0.83 24.86
CS6-B Network Programming Laboratory CO1 Able to Configure Linux Network 1 0 2 6 11 25 45 0.85 25.47
CS6-A Network Programming Laboratory CO2 Able to View and edit routing tables 0 1 3 9 13 30 56 0.84 25.29
CS6-B Network Programming Laboratory CO2 Able to View and edit routing tables 1 0 3 3 13 25 45 0.85 25.60
CS6-A Network Programming Laboratory CO3 Able to Configure system as Linux Router 0 1 4 7 14 30 56 0.84 25.29
CS6-B Network Programming Laboratory CO3 Able to Configure system as Linux Router 1 2 0 4 12 26 45 0.85 25.60
CS6-A Network Programming Laboratory CO4 Able to Configure Linux FTP and TELNET server 0 1 1 9 17 28 56 0.85 25.50
CS6-B Network Programming Laboratory CO4 Able to Configure Linux FTP and TELNET server 1 0 2 4 11 27 45 0.87 26.00
CS6-A Network Programming Laboratory CO5 Able to Install and Configure Web server and SSH server 0 1 2 8 21 24 56 0.83 24.96
CS6-B Network Programming Laboratory CO5 Able to Install and Configure Web server and SSH server 1 0 1 8 9 26 45 0.85 25.60
CS6-A Network Programming Laboratory CO6 Able to implement client-server socket programs 0 1 4 10 16 25 56 0.81 24.43
CS6-B Network Programming Laboratory CO6 Able to implement client-server socket programs 1 1 1 9 5 28 45 0.84 25.33
CS6-A Project Based Learning CO1 Able to understand concept of the project and select hardware and software for the project. 0 4 6 10 15 21 56 0.75 22.61
CS6-B Project Based Learning CO1 Able to understand concept of the project and select hardware and software for the project. 1 1 2 6 7 28 45 0.85 25.47
CS6-A Project Based Learning CO2 Able to practically implement theoretical concepts. 1 5 3 12 14 21 56 0.74 22.29
CS6-B Project Based Learning CO2 Able to practically implement theoretical concepts. 1 0 0 9 9 26 45 0.86 25.73
CS6-A Project Based Learning CO3 Able to gain more knowledge about subjects in current semester. 0 6 6 12 13 19 56 0.72 21.54
CS6-B Project Based Learning CO3 Able to gain more knowledge about subjects in current semester. 1 0 2 7 6 29 45 0.86 25.87
CS6-A Software Engineering CO1 Able to demonstrate the ability to work effectively as a team member and/or leader in an ever-changing professional environment. 0 1 4 8 18 25 56 0.82 24.64
CS6-B Software Engineering CO1 Able to demonstrate the ability to work effectively as a team member and/or leader in an ever-changing professional environment. 1 0 0 8 9 27 45 0.87 26.00
CS6-A Software Engineering CO2 Able to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and understand thge process model to be used. 0 2 3 12 14 25 56 0.80 24.11
CS6-B Software Engineering CO2 Able to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and understand thge process model to be used. 2 0 3 6 8 26 45 0.83 24.80
CS6-A Software Engineering CO3 Able to define, assess, and tailor software quality practices, and software processes and methodologies for appropriate application on software development projects in a variety of domain areas as well as web engineering applications 0 1 3 15 15 22 56 0.79 23.79
CS6-B Software Engineering CO3 Able to define, assess, and tailor software quality practices, and software processes and methodologies for appropriate application on software development projects in a variety of domain areas as well as web engineering applications 1 0 0 6 14 24 45 0.86 25.87
CS6-A Software Engineering CO4 Able to communicate, to varied stakeholder audiences, technical concepts in a complete, concise, and correct manner in a format appropriate for the audience 0 1 1 17 12 25 56 0.81 24.32
CS6-B Software Engineering CO4 Able to communicate, to varied stakeholder audiences, technical concepts in a complete, concise, and correct manner in a format appropriate for the audience 1 0 1 7 9 27 45 0.86 25.87
CS6-A Software Engineering CO5 An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. 1 0 6 6 19 24 56 0.81 24.21
CS6-B Software Engineering CO5 An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. 1 0 1 9 7 27 45 0.85 25.60
CS6-A Software Engineering CO6 Acquire an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility. 0 2 3 8 21 22 56 0.81 24.21
CS6-B Software Engineering CO6 Acquire an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility. 1 0 2 8 9 25 45 0.84 25.20
CS6-A System Programming and Compiler Construction CO1 Able to remember the functionality and need of various system programs covered in the subject. 0 3 4 7 20 22 56 0.79 23.79
CS6-B System Programming and Compiler Construction CO1 Able to remember the functionality and need of various system programs covered in the subject. 1 0 1 3 15 25 45 0.87 26.13
CS6-A System Programming and Compiler Construction CO2 Able to understand basic theories & algorithms to implement various system programs and their scope. 0 3 2 10 18 23 56 0.80 24.00
CS6-B System Programming and Compiler Construction CO2 Able to understand basic theories & algorithms to implement various system programs and their scope. 1 0 0 6 11 27 45 0.88 26.27
CS6-A System Programming and Compiler Construction CO3 Able to apply knowledge acquired in this subject to design & implement system software like assembler, macroprocessor, loader and compiler. 0 3 3 10 19 21 56 0.79 23.57
CS6-B System Programming and Compiler Construction CO3 Able to apply knowledge acquired in this subject to design & implement system software like assembler, macroprocessor, loader and compiler. 1 0 1 7 9 27 45 0.86 25.87
CS6-A System Programming and Compiler Construction CO4 Able to analyze use of Regular expressions/ NFA/DFA & CFG w.r.t to compiler construction . 1 4 3 12 16 20 56 0.75 22.50
CS6-B System Programming and Compiler Construction CO4 Able to analyze use of Regular expressions/ NFA/DFA & CFG w.r.t to compiler construction . 1 1 1 6 10 26 45 0.85 25.47
CS6-A System Programming and Compiler Construction CO5 Able to evaluate (judge) a therotical framework for optimizating code related to compiler construction . 0 3 4 13 12 24 56 0.78 23.36
CS6-B System Programming and Compiler Construction CO5 Able to evaluate (judge) a therotical framework for optimizating code related to compiler construction . 1 2 2 7 6 27 45 0.83 24.80
CS6-A System Programming and Compiler Construction CO6 Able to use software like C for designing / creating various system programs studied in this subject. 1 3 3 12 15 22 56 0.77 23.04
CS6-B System Programming and Compiler Construction CO6 Able to use software like C for designing / creating various system programs studied in this subject. 1 1 0 9 6 28 45 0.85 25.60
CS6-A Software Project Management CO1 Learner will be able to define characteristics of a project 0 2 4 13 15 22 56 0.78 23.46
CS6-B Software Project Management CO1 Learner will be able to define characteristics of a project 1 1 1 10 5 27 45 0.84 25.07
CS6-A Software Project Management CO2 Learner will be able to appreciate project management principles, risk in environment and the management challenges for effective project management. 0 2 4 15 15 20 56 0.77 23.04
CS6-B Software Project Management CO2 Learner will be able to appreciate project management principles, risk in environment and the management challenges for effective project management. 1 1 0 10 4 29 45 0.85 25.60
CS6-A Software Project Management CO3 Learner will be able to apply the project management principles across all phases of a project. 0 1 6 13 18 18 56 0.76 22.93
CS6-B Software Project Management CO3 Learner will be able to apply the project management principles across all phases of a project. 1 1 2 10 3 28 45 0.83 24.93
CS6-A Software Project Management CO4 Learner will be able to demonstrate use of tools and techniques for the management of a project plan, monitor and controlling a project schedule and budget, tracking project progress. 0 1 4 13 19 19 56 0.78 23.46
CS6-B Software Project Management CO4 Learner will be able to demonstrate use of tools and techniques for the management of a project plan, monitor and controlling a project schedule and budget, tracking project progress. 1 0 3 4 10 27 45 0.86 25.73
CS6-A Software Project Management CO5 Learner will be able to Present and Prapose the Project managment Documentation in the Meeting. 0 1 4 8 25 18 56 0.80 23.89
CS6-B Software Project Management CO5 Learner will be able to Present and Prapose the Project managment Documentation in the Meeting. 1 1 3 8 4 28 45 0.83 24.93
CS7-A Artificial Intelligence CO1 Able to make remember students and also make them understandabout advanced representation formalism and search techniques. 2 0 5 11 26 31 75 0.81 24.16
CS7-B Artificial Intelligence CO1 Able to make remember students and also make them understandabout advanced representation formalism and search techniques. 4 0 1 5 6 32 48 0.84 25.13
CS7-A Artificial Intelligence CO2 Able to understand and Explore the mechanism of mind that enable intelligent thought and action. 1 2 5 16 18 33 75 0.79 23.76
CS7-B Artificial Intelligence CO2 Able to understand and Explore the mechanism of mind that enable intelligent thought and action. 3 0 0 4 8 33 48 0.87 26.13
CS7-A Artificial Intelligence CO3 Able to apply knowledge acquired in probability to understand how to deal with uncertain and incomplete information. 2 2 6 17 19 29 75 0.76 22.88
CS7-B Artificial Intelligence CO3 Able to apply knowledge acquired in probability to understand how to deal with uncertain and incomplete information. 3 0 0 4 12 29 48 0.85 25.63
CS7-A Artificial Intelligence CO4 Able to analyze analyze the strength and weaknesses of AI approaches to knowledge– intensive problem solving.. 2 2 9 14 18 30 75 0.76 22.72
CS7-B Artificial Intelligence CO4 Able to analyze analyze the strength and weaknesses of AI approaches to knowledge– intensive problem solving.. 3 0 2 5 7 31 48 0.84 25.25
CS7-A Artificial Intelligence CO5 Able to evaluate to choose an appropriate problem solving method and knowledge representation technique. 3 1 5 16 21 29 75 0.77 23.04
CS7-B Artificial Intelligence CO5 Able to evaluate to choose an appropriate problem solving method and knowledge representation technique. 3 1 0 5 6 33 48 0.85 25.63
CS7-A Artificial Intelligence CO6 Able to design models for reasoning with uncertainty as well as the use of unreliable information. 2 1 8 18 17 29 75 0.76 22.72
CS7-B Artificial Intelligence CO6 Able to design models for reasoning with uncertainty as well as the use of unreliable information. 3 1 0 3 7 34 48 0.87 26.00
CS7-A Cryptography and System Security CO1 Able to understand various information security goals and services and suitable mechanisms to achieve each of the goals and services 2 0 3 12 14 44 75 0.85 25.44
CS7-B Cryptography and System Security CO1 Able to understand various information security goals and services and suitable mechanisms to achieve each of the goals and services 3 0 3 4 17 21 48 0.80 23.88
CS7-A Cryptography and System Security CO2 Able to understand and apply different encryption and decryption techniques to solve problems related to security 2 0 3 11 18 41 75 0.84 25.28
CS7-B Cryptography and System Security CO2 Able to understand and apply different encryption and decryption techniques to solve problems related to security 4 0 3 8 15 18 48 0.75 22.50
CS7-A Cryptography and System Security CO3 Able to understand and apply concepts related to authentication and access control 2 0 2 12 14 45 75 0.86 25.68
CS7-B Cryptography and System Security CO3 Able to understand and apply concepts related to authentication and access control 3 1 1 12 14 17 48 0.75 22.50
CS7-A Cryptography and System Security CO4 Able to analyse the security mechanisms used in network security like SSL, IPSec, Email Security and so on 2 0 4 9 18 42 75 0.85 25.36
CS7-B Cryptography and System Security CO4 Able to analyse the security mechanisms used in network security like SSL, IPSec, Email Security and so on 5 2 1 7 12 21 48 0.74 22.25
CS7-A Cryptography and System Security CO5 Able to categories and understand the working and behaviour of different malicious software and non-malicious programming error 2 0 2 14 16 41 75 0.84 25.20
CS7-B Cryptography and System Security CO5 Able to categories and understand the working and behaviour of different malicious software and non-malicious programming error 5 0 2 8 12 21 48 0.75 22.63
CS7-A Cryptography and System Security CO6 Able to design and apply simple authentication protocols and tools like sniffers, port scanners and other related tools for analysing packets in a network 2 2 1 15 15 40 75 0.82 24.72
CS7-B Cryptography and System Security CO6 Able to design and apply simple authentication protocols and tools like sniffers, port scanners and other related tools for analysing packets in a network 6 0 2 11 15 14 48 0.70 20.88
CS7-A Digital Signal Processing CO1 Able to interpret the concept of Discrete Time Signal and perform signal manipulation. 2 3 7 18 17 28 75 0.74 22.32
CS7-B Digital Signal Processing CO1 Able to interpret the concept of Discrete Time Signal and perform signal manipulation. 4 2 5 8 15 14 48 0.69 20.75
CS7-A Digital Signal Processing CO2 Able to perform analysis of DT system in time domain. 2 1 7 19 18 28 75 0.76 22.72
CS7-B Digital Signal Processing CO2 Able to perform analysis of DT system in time domain. 4 2 4 8 13 17 48 0.71 21.38
CS7-A Digital Signal Processing CO3 Able to explore the properties of DFT in mathematical problem solving. 2 2 4 26 17 24 75 0.74 22.08
CS7-B Digital Signal Processing CO3 Able to explore the properties of DFT in mathematical problem solving. 4 1 5 11 11 16 48 0.70 21.00
CS7-A Digital Signal Processing CO4 Able to create FFT flow-graph and illustrate FFT calculations mathematically. 2 2 7 19 20 25 75 0.74 22.24
CS7-B Digital Signal Processing CO4 Able to create FFT flow-graph and illustrate FFT calculations mathematically. 5 2 4 9 10 18 48 0.70 20.88
CS7-A Digital Signal Processing CO5 Able to develop FFT based DSP algorithms. 3 2 9 15 20 26 75 0.73 22.00
CS7-B Digital Signal Processing CO5 Able to develop FFT based DSP algorithms. 5 4 3 9 8 19 48 0.68 20.50
CS7-A Digital Signal Processing CO6 Able to Summarize applications of DSP and design DSP processor for real time signal processing application. 2 2 9 18 18 26 75 0.74 22.08
CS7-B Digital Signal Processing CO6 Able to Summarize applications of DSP and design DSP processor for real time signal processing application. 5 3 3 7 14 16 48 0.69 20.75
CS7-A Image Processing CO1 Able to understand the concept of Digital Image and Video Image. 3 0 5 11 17 39 75 0.82 24.48
CS7-B Image Processing CO1 Able to understand the concept of Digital Image and Video Image. 5 1 2 3 12 25 48 0.78 23.38
CS7-A Image Processing CO2 Able to explain image enhancement and segmentation technique. 2 2 5 12 13 41 75 0.81 24.40
CS7-B Image Processing CO2 Able to explain image enhancement and segmentation technique. 4 0 3 3 12 26 48 0.80 24.13
CS7-A Image Processing CO3 Able to develope fast image transform flow graph. 2 1 1 13 18 40 75 0.84 25.12
CS7-B Image Processing CO3 Able to develope fast image transform flow graph. 4 0 1 7 6 30 48 0.82 24.63
CS7-A Image Processing CO4 Able to solve image compression and decompression techniques. 2 0 2 13 18 40 75 0.84 25.20
CS7-B Image Processing CO4 Able to solve image compression and decompression techniques. 5 1 1 3 13 25 48 0.79 23.63
CS7-A Image Processing CO5 Able to perform Binary Image Processing Operations 2 0 3 10 18 42 75 0.85 25.44
CS7-B Image Processing CO5 Able to perform Binary Image Processing Operations 4 0 2 4 10 28 48 0.82 24.50
CS7-A Image Processing CO6 Able to apply the knowledge primarily obtained by studying examples and cases in the field of biomedical imaging to other engineering disciplines. 2 1 4 11 21 36 75 0.82 24.48
CS7-B Image Processing CO6 Able to apply the knowledge primarily obtained by studying examples and cases in the field of biomedical imaging to other engineering disciplines. 4 0 2 6 12 24 48 0.79 23.75
CS7-A Network Threats and Attacks Laboratory CO1 Able to discover the use of network reconnaisance tools like whois,dig,traceroute,nslookup to gather information about network and domain registers. 2 0 3 12 20 38 75 0.83 24.96
CS7-B Network Threats and Attacks Laboratory CO1 Able to discover the use of network reconnaisance tools like whois,dig,traceroute,nslookup to gather information about network and domain registers. 5 0 1 3 12 27 48 0.81 24.25
CS7-A Network Threats and Attacks Laboratory CO2 Understand and analyze the packet sniffer tools like wireshark and tcpdump.Able to capture packets in promiscous and non-promiscous mode by applying filters and different expressions. 2 0 3 11 14 45 75 0.85 25.60
CS7-B Network Threats and Attacks Laboratory CO2 Understand and analyze the packet sniffer tools like wireshark and tcpdump.Able to capture packets in promiscous and non-promiscous mode by applying filters and different expressions. 4 0 2 4 16 22 48 0.79 23.75
CS7-A Network Threats and Attacks Laboratory CO3 Able to interpret open ports,ping scan,tcp and udp port scan and demonstrate IP spoofing using the tool nmap. 2 0 3 13 17 40 75 0.83 25.04
CS7-B Network Threats and Attacks Laboratory CO3 Able to interpret open ports,ping scan,tcp and udp port scan and demonstrate IP spoofing using the tool nmap. 4 1 1 4 10 28 48 0.81 24.38
CS7-A Network Threats and Attacks Laboratory CO4 To detect ARP spoofing using the open source tool ARPWATCH. 2 0 5 12 15 41 75 0.83 24.88
CS7-B Network Threats and Attacks Laboratory CO4 To detect ARP spoofing using the open source tool ARPWATCH. 4 1 0 9 14 20 48 0.77 23.00
CS7-A Network Threats and Attacks Laboratory CO5 To develop a code for buffer overflow attack and study the utilization of iptables in linux. 2 0 2 10 20 41 75 0.85 25.52
CS7-B Network Threats and Attacks Laboratory CO5 To develop a code for buffer overflow attack and study the utilization of iptables in linux. 4 0 1 8 12 23 48 0.79 23.63
CS7-A Network Threats and Attacks Laboratory CO6 Able to install the IDS tool Snort and analyze its logs. To scan the system and network analysis using the vulnerability scanning tool Nessus. 2 0 3 12 15 43 75 0.85 25.36
CS7-B Network Threats and Attacks Laboratory CO6 Able to install the IDS tool Snort and analyze its logs. To scan the system and network analysis using the vulnerability scanning tool Nessus. 5 0 1 8 8 26 48 0.78 23.50
CS7-A Project I CO1 Ability to formulate a problem definition with novelty, originality and social relevance. 0 1 1 17 35 21 75 0.80 23.92
CS7-B Project I CO1 Ability to formulate a problem definition with novelty, originality and social relevance. 4 1 1 9 14 17 46 0.74 22.30
CS7-A Project I CO2 Ability to do an exhaustive survey of existing literature and techniques based on problem definition. 1 1 2 24 26 21 75 0.76 22.88
CS7-B Project I CO2 Ability to do an exhaustive survey of existing literature and techniques based on problem definition. 1 1 0 18 11 15 46 0.76 22.70
CS7-A Project I CO3 Able to design an architecture or model of the proposed system by applying system analysis tools. 1 0 1 17 31 25 75 0.81 24.16
CS7-B Project I CO3 Able to design an architecture or model of the proposed system by applying system analysis tools. 1 2 1 10 15 17 46 0.78 23.35
CS7-A Project I CO4 Ability to use communication and presentation skills to document and present a technical report. 1 0 1 25 24 24 75 0.78 23.44
CS7-B Project I CO4 Ability to use communication and presentation skills to document and present a technical report. 1 2 0 14 13 16 46 0.77 22.96
CS7-A Project I CO5 Able to work in teams effectively, with a clear understanding of professional, legal and ethical issues, to achieve a common goal. 1 1 0 22 27 24 75 0.79 23.60
CS7-B Project I CO5 Able to work in teams effectively, with a clear understanding of professional, legal and ethical issues, to achieve a common goal. 0 0 2 12 18 14 46 0.79 23.74
CS7-A Project I CO6 Recognize the need for an ability to engage in life-long learning. 1 2 1 19 24 28 75 0.79 23.76
CS7-B Project I CO6 Recognize the need for an ability to engage in life-long learning. 1 0 0 11 16 18 46 0.81 24.39
CS8-A Big Data Analystics CO1 You were able to identify and understand the key issues in big data management and its associated applications in intelligent business and scientific computing. 0 1 1 5 17 15 39 0.83 24.77
CS8-B Big Data Analystics CO1 You were able to identify and understand the key issues in big data management and its associated applications in intelligent business and scientific computing. 0 1 2 4 18 27 52 0.86 25.85
CS8-A Big Data Analystics CO2 You were able to acquire and apply fundamental enabling techniques and scalable algorithms like Hadoop, MapReduce and NoSQL in big data analytics. 0 0 2 5 16 16 39 0.84 25.08
CS8-B Big Data Analystics CO2 You were able to acquire and apply fundamental enabling techniques and scalable algorithms like Hadoop, MapReduce and NoSQL in big data analytics. 0 0 3 8 18 23 52 0.83 25.04
CS8-A Big Data Analystics CO3 You were able to interpret business models and scientific computing paradigms and apply software tools for big data analytics. 1 1 2 3 16 16 39 0.81 24.31
CS8-B Big Data Analystics CO3 You were able to interpret business models and scientific computing paradigms and apply software tools for big data analytics. 0 2 2 11 9 28 52 0.83 24.81
CS8-A Big Data Analystics CO4 You were able to gain adequate knowledge of data Mining concepts and algorithms from the perspective of Big Data Analytics. 0 1 2 4 14 18 39 0.84 25.08
CS8-B Big Data Analystics CO4 You were able to gain adequate knowledge of data Mining concepts and algorithms from the perspective of Big Data Analytics. 0 0 2 9 15 26 52 0.85 25.50
CS8-A Big Data Analystics CO5 You were able to build adequate understanding of stream data and link analysis in Big Data Analytics. 0 0 2 4 18 15 39 0.84 25.08
CS8-B Big Data Analystics CO5 You were able to build adequate understanding of stream data and link analysis in Big Data Analytics. 0 1 1 7 16 27 52 0.86 25.73
CS8-A Big Data Analystics CO6 You were able to achieve adequate perspectives of big data analytics in various applications like recommender systems, social media applications, etc. 1 0 3 3 16 16 39 0.82 24.46
CS8-B Big Data Analystics CO6 You were able to achieve adequate perspectives of big data analytics in various applications like recommender systems, social media applications, etc. 0 0 3 6 14 29 52 0.87 25.96
CS8-A Cloud Computing Laboratory CO1 Understand cloud architecture 3 0 4 5 20 31 63 0.82 24.57
CS8-B Cloud Computing Laboratory CO1 Understand cloud architecture 0 0 3 14 16 33 66 0.84 25.18
CS8-A Cloud Computing Laboratory CO2 Create and run virtual machines on open source OS 2 0 5 6 19 31 63 0.82 24.67
CS8-B Cloud Computing Laboratory CO2 Create and run virtual machines on open source OS 0 1 2 10 16 37 66 0.86 25.82
CS8-A Cloud Computing Laboratory CO3 Implement Infrastructure , storage as a Service 2 0 4 7 21 29 63 0.82 24.57
CS8-B Cloud Computing Laboratory CO3 Implement Infrastructure , storage as a Service 0 1 2 10 21 32 66 0.85 25.36
CS8-A Cloud Computing Laboratory CO4 Install and appreciate security features for cloud 2 1 4 8 20 28 63 0.80 24.10
CS8-B Cloud Computing Laboratory CO4 Install and appreciate security features for cloud 0 1 0 13 18 34 66 0.85 25.64
CS8-A Digital Forensic CO1 Understand and classify the different types of cybercrime. Given an example of a cybercrime, student will be able to classify it in appropriate category. 0 0 1 1 4 18 24 0.93 27.75
CS8-B Digital Forensic CO1 Understand and classify the different types of cybercrime. Given an example of a cybercrime, student will be able to classify it in appropriate category. 0 0 1 3 1 9 14 0.86 25.71
CS8-A Digital Forensic CO2 Acquire knowledge of different forensic tools and acquire volatile data and pertinent logs from Windows systems and Unix systems using these tools. 0 0 0 3 2 19 24 0.93 28.00
CS8-B Digital Forensic CO2 Acquire knowledge of different forensic tools and acquire volatile data and pertinent logs from Windows systems and Unix systems using these tools. 0 1 0 1 3 9 14 0.87 26.14
CS8-A Digital Forensic CO3 Using various duplication tools, student will be able to create a forensic duplicate, and verify the integrity of the image created. 0 0 0 3 6 15 24 0.90 27.00
CS8-B Digital Forensic CO3 Using various duplication tools, student will be able to create a forensic duplicate, and verify the integrity of the image created. 0 0 1 1 2 10 14 0.90 27.00
CS8-A Digital Forensic CO4 To apply appropriate forensic tools to analyse the forensic images obtained earlier and perform security investigations. 0 0 1 3 4 16 24 0.89 26.75
CS8-B Digital Forensic CO4 To apply appropriate forensic tools to analyse the forensic images obtained earlier and perform security investigations. 0 1 1 1 1 10 14 0.86 25.71
CS8-A Digital Forensic CO5 To achieve adequate perspectives of digital forensic investigations in various applications/devices like Windows/Unix system, email, network etc. 0 0 1 1 7 15 24 0.90 27.00
CS8-B Digital Forensic CO5 To achieve adequate perspectives of digital forensic investigations in various applications/devices like Windows/Unix system, email, network etc. 0 0 1 1 3 9 14 0.89 26.57
CS8-A Digital Forensic CO6 Generate legal evidences and supporting investigation reports using various forensic tools. 0 0 0 2 5 17 24 0.93 27.75
CS8-B Digital Forensic CO6 Generate legal evidences and supporting investigation reports using various forensic tools. 0 0 1 1 3 9 14 0.89 26.57
CS8-A Data Warehousing and Mining CO1 Able to understand the need and Features of a Data Warehouse 0 2 3 11 19 28 63 0.82 24.48
CS8-B Data Warehousing and Mining CO1 Able to understand the need and Features of a Data Warehouse 0 1 2 10 20 33 66 0.85 25.45
CS8-A Data Warehousing and Mining CO2 Able to understand and implement classical algorithms in data mining and data warehousing" 0 3 2 10 23 25 63 0.81 24.19
CS8-B Data Warehousing and Mining CO2 Able to understand and implement classical algorithms in data mining and data warehousing" 0 1 0 10 21 34 66 0.86 25.91
CS8-A Data Warehousing and Mining CO3 Able to understand ETL Process and Challenges in ETL Functions and Tasks Involved in Data Transformation 0 3 2 10 26 22 63 0.80 23.90
CS8-B Data Warehousing and Mining CO3 Able to understand ETL Process and Challenges in ETL Functions and Tasks Involved in Data Transformation 0 1 2 12 17 34 66 0.85 25.36
CS8-A Data Warehousing and Mining CO4 Able to understand Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) model and functions. 0 2 3 9 24 25 63 0.81 24.38
CS8-B Data Warehousing and Mining CO4 Able to understand Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) model and functions. 1 1 1 11 20 32 66 0.84 25.09
CS8-A Data Warehousing and Mining CO5 Able to identify and understand the key issues in data mining and KDD process. 0 2 3 8 23 27 63 0.82 24.67
CS8-B Data Warehousing and Mining CO5 Able to identify and understand the key issues in data mining and KDD process. 1 1 1 13 19 31 66 0.83 24.82
CS8-A Data Warehousing and Mining CO6 Able to understand Basic Concepts of Classification methods: 0 2 3 6 24 28 63 0.83 24.95
CS8-B Data Warehousing and Mining CO6 Able to understand Basic Concepts of Classification methods: 1 1 1 13 21 29 66 0.82 24.64
CS8-A Data Warehousing and Mining CO7 Able to understand Basic Concepts of Mining Frequent Pattern and Association Rule 0 2 5 7 26 23 63 0.80 24.00
CS8-B Data Warehousing and Mining CO7 Able to understand Basic Concepts of Mining Frequent Pattern and Association Rule 3 0 2 13 19 29 66 0.80 24.00
CS8-A Human Machine Interaction CO1 You were able to identify and understand the concept in human machine interaction and its associated applications in UI designing. 0 1 2 5 29 26 63 0.84 25.33
CS8-B Human Machine Interaction CO1 You were able to identify and understand the concept in human machine interaction and its associated applications in UI designing. 2 3 6 12 19 24 66 0.75 22.45
CS8-A Human Machine Interaction CO2 You were able to acquire and apply fundamental principles and guidelines for UI and GUI designing. 0 1 2 10 19 31 63 0.84 25.33
CS8-B Human Machine Interaction CO2 You were able to acquire and apply fundamental principles and guidelines for UI and GUI designing. 1 3 3 10 22 27 66 0.79 23.82
CS8-A Human Machine Interaction CO3 You were able to interpret Guidelines laid down for WIMP designing. 1 1 3 8 20 30 63 0.83 24.86
CS8-B Human Machine Interaction CO3 You were able to interpret Guidelines laid down for WIMP designing. 2 3 2 10 20 29 66 0.79 23.82
CS8-A Human Machine Interaction CO4 You were able to gain adequate knowledge of Human computer interaction principles and paradigms. 1 1 3 6 22 30 63 0.83 25.05
CS8-B Human Machine Interaction CO4 You were able to gain adequate knowledge of Human computer interaction principles and paradigms. 3 3 3 12 18 27 66 0.76 22.91
CS8-A Human Machine Interaction CO5 You were able to build adequate understanding of Interface designing with the given guidelines. 1 1 4 10 22 25 63 0.80 24.00
CS8-B Human Machine Interaction CO5 You were able to build adequate understanding of Interface designing with the given guidelines. 2 3 2 12 22 25 66 0.78 23.27
CS8-A Human Machine Interaction CO6 You were able to design UI for different applications by applying the principles of HMI. 1 1 2 10 22 27 63 0.82 24.57
CS8-B Human Machine Interaction CO6 You were able to design UI for different applications by applying the principles of HMI. 1 4 2 12 16 31 66 0.80 23.91
CS8-A Parallel and Distributed Systems CO1 Able to understand the middleware technologies that support distributed applications such as RPC, RMI and object based middleware. 2 0 4 12 19 26 63 0.79 23.81
CS8-B Parallel and Distributed Systems CO1 Able to understand the middleware technologies that support distributed applications such as RPC, RMI and object based middleware. 1 0 3 14 20 28 66 0.81 24.36
CS8-A Parallel and Distributed Systems CO2 Able to build distributed systems using various interprocess coordination techniques, such as distributed mutual exclusion 2 1 1 13 18 28 63 0.81 24.19
CS8-B Parallel and Distributed Systems CO2 Able to build distributed systems using various interprocess coordination techniques, such as distributed mutual exclusion 0 2 1 10 24 29 66 0.83 25.00
CS8-A Parallel and Distributed Systems CO3 Able to reason about ways to parallelize problems. 2 0 4 14 18 25 63 0.78 23.52
CS8-B Parallel and Distributed Systems CO3 Able to reason about ways to parallelize problems. 1 2 3 10 22 28 66 0.81 24.18
CS8-A Parallel and Distributed Systems CO4 Able to improve the performance and reliability of distributed and parallel programs. 2 1 2 14 18 26 63 0.79 23.71
CS8-B Parallel and Distributed Systems CO4 Able to improve the performance and reliability of distributed and parallel programs. 1 1 2 14 16 32 66 0.82 24.64
CS8-A Parallel and Distributed Systems CO5 Able to gain an appreciation on the challenges and opportunities faced by parallel and distributed systems. 2 1 2 13 22 23 63 0.78 23.52
CS8-B Parallel and Distributed Systems CO5 Able to gain an appreciation on the challenges and opportunities faced by parallel and distributed systems. 0 0 5 11 15 35 66 0.84 25.27
CS8-A Parallel and Distributed Systems CO6 Able to apply the principles and concept in analyzing and designing the parallel and distributed system 2 1 2 11 20 27 63 0.80 24.10
CS8-B Parallel and Distributed Systems CO6 Able to apply the principles and concept in analyzing and designing the parallel and distributed system 0 0 4 12 19 31 66 0.83 25.00
CS8-A Project-II CO1 Develop the ability to select suitable tools and methods/techniques for solving a problem. 0 0 0 13 17 25 55 0.84 25.31
CS8-B Project-II CO1 Develop the ability to select suitable tools and methods/techniques for solving a problem. 0 1 0 6 35 13 55 0.81 24.44
CS8-A Project-II CO2 Ability to identify the methodology or algorithm based on the stated specifications or models. 0 0 1 10 23 21 55 0.83 24.98
CS8-B Project-II CO2 Ability to identify the methodology or algorithm based on the stated specifications or models. 0 1 0 11 34 9 55 0.78 23.45
CS8-A Project-II CO3 Ability to Design and implement a solution so that the goal is achieved. 0 0 1 4 23 27 55 0.88 26.29
CS8-B Project-II CO3 Ability to Design and implement a solution so that the goal is achieved. 0 0 0 7 29 19 55 0.84 25.31
CS8-A Project-II CO4 Ability to identify adequate test cases and carry them out successfully. 0 0 0 11 21 23 55 0.84 25.31
CS8-B Project-II CO4 Ability to identify adequate test cases and carry them out successfully. 0 0 1 9 32 13 55 0.81 24.22
CS8-A Project-II CO5 Ability to use techniques and skills to document a technical report summarising the methodology and engineering practices and project outcomes. 0 0 0 3 14 38 55 0.93 27.82
CS8-B Project-II CO5 Ability to use techniques and skills to document a technical report summarising the methodology and engineering practices and project outcomes. 0 0 0 3 21 31 55 0.90 27.05
CS8-A Project-II CO6 Able to work in teams and effectively present and demonstrate the project results. 0 0 0 3 19 33 55 0.91 27.27
CS8-B Project-II CO6 Able to work in teams and effectively present and demonstrate the project results. 0 0 1 2 29 23 55 0.87 26.07
ET3-A Applied Mathematics-III CO1 Able to find the Laplace transform and inverse Laplace transform of a given function. 0 0 0 2 6 28 36 0.94 28.33
ET3-B Applied Mathematics-III CO1 Able to find the Laplace transform and inverse Laplace transform of a given function. 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 0.90 27.00
ET3-A Applied Mathematics-III CO2 Able to solve the initial value problems and boundary value problems i.e. differential equation, integro-differential equation using Laplace transform. 0 0 2 3 5 26 36 0.91 27.17
ET3-B Applied Mathematics-III CO2 Able to solve the initial value problems and boundary value problems i.e. differential equation, integro-differential equation using Laplace transform. 0 0 0 1 1 2 4 0.85 25.50
ET3-A Applied Mathematics-III CO3 Able to identify the analytic function, harmonic function and to find the orthogonal trajectories. 0 0 1 3 8 24 36 0.91 27.17
ET3-B Applied Mathematics-III CO3 Able to identify the analytic function, harmonic function and to find the orthogonal trajectories. 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 0.90 27.00
ET3-A Applied Mathematics-III CO4 Able to find the bilinear transformation and image of a given geometry from z-plane to w-plane. 0 0 2 4 7 23 36 0.88 26.50
ET3-B Applied Mathematics-III CO4 Able to find the bilinear transformation and image of a given geometry from z-plane to w-plane. 0 0 0 0 1 3 4 0.95 28.50
ET3-A Applied Mathematics-III CO5 Able to represent the given function in terms of sine and cosine, using Fourier series and to find Fourier Integral Representation, Fourier Transforms. 1 0 0 11 7 17 36 0.81 24.33
ET3-B Applied Mathematics-III CO5 Able to represent the given function in terms of sine and cosine, using Fourier series and to find Fourier Integral Representation, Fourier Transforms. 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 0.90 27.00
ET3-A Applied Mathematics-III CO6 Able to evaluate gradient, Curl, Divergence hence able to use to evaluate vector Integral by using Green’s theorem, Stoke’s theorem, Gauss divergence theorem. 0 0 1 3 9 23 36 0.90 27.00
ET3-B Applied Mathematics-III CO6 Able to evaluate gradient, Curl, Divergence hence able to use to evaluate vector Integral by using Green’s theorem, Stoke’s theorem, Gauss divergence theorem. 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 0.90 27.00
ET3-A Applied Mathematics-III CO7 Able to obtain required recurrence relation by using recurrence formulae & definition of Jn(x). 1 1 1 11 7 15 36 0.77 23.17
ET3-B Applied Mathematics-III CO7 Able to obtain required recurrence relation by using recurrence formulae & definition of Jn(x). 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 0.90 27.00
ET3-A Circuit Theory and Networks CO1 Able to analyse the DC circuits with and without controlled sources and also understand the concept of mutual inductance and analyse coupled circuits. 0 2 1 4 7 22 36 0.86 25.67
ET3-B Circuit Theory and Networks CO1 Able to analyse the DC circuits with and without controlled sources and also understand the concept of mutual inductance and analyse coupled circuits. 0 0 0 1 1 2 4 0.85 25.50
ET3-A Circuit Theory and Networks CO2 Able to apply the knowledge of graph theory for analysing the circuits. 0 0 1 2 8 25 36 0.92 27.50
ET3-B Circuit Theory and Networks CO2 Able to apply the knowledge of graph theory for analysing the circuits. 0 0 0 0 1 3 4 0.95 28.50
ET3-A Circuit Theory and Networks CO3 Able to find the various parameters of two port network and also the network functions 0 0 1 4 9 22 36 0.89 26.67
ET3-B Circuit Theory and Networks CO3 Able to find the various parameters of two port network and also the network functions 0 0 0 1 1 2 4 0.85 25.50
ET3-A Circuit Theory and Networks CO4 Able to find transient and steady state response of a circuit using time and frequency domain analysis methods. 0 0 3 6 6 21 36 0.85 25.50
ET3-B Circuit Theory and Networks CO4 Able to find transient and steady state response of a circuit using time and frequency domain analysis methods. 0 0 0 0 1 3 4 0.95 28.50
ET3-A Circuit Theory and Networks CO5 Able to synthesize the RC, RL, LC driving point functions. 2 0 1 3 8 22 36 0.85 25.50
ET3-B Circuit Theory and Networks CO5 Able to synthesize the RC, RL, LC driving point functions. 0 0 0 1 1 2 4 0.85 25.50
ET3-A Digital System Design CO1 Able to understand number representation and conversion between different number system. 0 1 0 2 8 25 36 0.91 27.33
ET3-B Digital System Design CO1 Able to understand number representation and conversion between different number system. 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 1.00 30.00
ET3-A Digital System Design CO2 Able to Analyze logic functions and implement them using logic gates as well as different combinational circuits. 0 0 1 4 5 26 36 0.91 27.33
ET3-B Digital System Design CO2 Able to Analyze logic functions and implement them using logic gates as well as different combinational circuits. 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 1.00 30.00
ET3-A Digital System Design CO3 Able to understand difference between combinational and sequential circuits and understand concept of sequential logic to apply for different applications as counters shift registers and the state machines. 0 1 0 6 5 24 36 0.88 26.50
ET3-B Digital System Design CO3 Able to understand difference between combinational and sequential circuits and understand concept of sequential logic to apply for different applications as counters shift registers and the state machines. 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 0.90 27.00
ET3-A Digital System Design CO4 Able to understand the concepts of PLDS like PROM,PLA,PAL ,CPLD and FPGA . 1 1 0 6 13 15 36 0.81 24.33
ET3-B Digital System Design CO4 Able to understand the concepts of PLDS like PROM,PLA,PAL ,CPLD and FPGA . 0 1 0 1 1 1 4 0.65 19.50
ET3-A Digital System Design CO5 Able to understand concept of Memories and their classifications. 1 1 0 6 2 26 36 0.87 26.17
ET3-B Digital System Design CO5 Able to understand concept of Memories and their classifications. 0 1 0 1 1 1 4 0.65 19.50
ET3-A Digital System Design CO6 Able to understand VHDL and implement various combinational and sequential circuits using VHDL. 1 1 1 10 6 17 36 0.79 23.67
ET3-B Digital System Design CO6 Able to understand VHDL and implement various combinational and sequential circuits using VHDL. 0 1 0 1 1 1 4 0.65 19.50
ET3-A Electronic Devices and Circuits I CO1 Able to understand the characteristics and operations of semiconductor devices in electronic circuit. 0 0 1 9 6 20 36 0.85 25.50
ET3-B Electronic Devices and Circuits I CO1 Able to understand the characteristics and operations of semiconductor devices in electronic circuit. 0 0 0 2 1 1 4 0.75 22.50
ET3-A Electronic Devices and Circuits I CO2 Able to perform dc and ac analysis of the basic electronic circuits useful to conclude an application based on these. 0 1 0 2 14 19 36 0.88 26.33
ET3-B Electronic Devices and Circuits I CO2 Able to perform dc and ac analysis of the basic electronic circuits useful to conclude an application based on these. 0 0 1 0 2 1 4 0.75 22.50
ET3-A Electronic Devices and Circuits I CO3 Able to apply concepts for the design of regulators and amplifiers. 0 1 2 2 11 20 36 0.86 25.83
ET3-B Electronic Devices and Circuits I CO3 Able to apply concepts for the design of regulators and amplifiers. 0 0 1 0 2 1 4 0.75 22.50
ET3-A Electronic Devices and Circuits I CO4 Able to design and analyze electronic circuits. 0 0 1 6 8 21 36 0.87 26.17
ET3-B Electronic Devices and Circuits I CO4 Able to design and analyze electronic circuits. 0 1 0 1 1 1 4 0.65 19.50
ET3-A Electronic Devices and Circuits I CO5 Able to evaluate frequency response to understand behavior of electronic circuits. 0 0 1 6 8 21 36 0.87 26.17
ET3-B Electronic Devices and Circuits I CO5 Able to evaluate frequency response to understand behavior of electronic circuits. 0 1 0 1 1 1 4 0.65 19.50
ET3-A Electronic Devices and Circuits I CO6 Able to understand simulation software such as PSPICE for designing of electronic circuit. 1 2 1 3 17 12 36 0.78 23.50
ET3-B Electronic Devices and Circuits I CO6 Able to understand simulation software such as PSPICE for designing of electronic circuit. 0 1 0 0 2 1 4 0.70 21.00
ET3-A Electronic Instrumentation and Control CO1 Able to explain principal of operation of transducers & sensors. 0 1 1 2 7 25 36 0.90 27.00
ET3-B Electronic Instrumentation and Control CO1 Able to explain principal of operation of transducers & sensors. 0 0 1 0 1 2 4 0.80 24.00
ET3-A Electronic Instrumentation and Control CO2 Able to describe functional block daigram of data acquisition system. 0 1 1 1 8 25 36 0.91 27.17
ET3-B Electronic Instrumentation and Control CO2 Able to describe functional block daigram of data acquisition system. 0 0 0 1 1 2 4 0.85 25.50
ET3-A Electronic Instrumentation and Control CO3 Able to find transfer function of the given system. 0 0 1 3 4 28 36 0.93 27.83
ET3-B Electronic Instrumentation and Control CO3 Able to find transfer function of the given system. 0 0 1 0 1 2 4 0.80 24.00
ET3-A Electronic Instrumentation and Control CO4 Able to find stability of the given system using routh criteria and root locus. 0 0 0 5 9 22 36 0.89 26.83
ET3-B Electronic Instrumentation and Control CO4 Able to find stability of the given system using routh criteria and root locus. 0 0 1 0 2 1 4 0.75 22.50
ET3-A Electronic Instrumentation and Control CO5 Able to explain bridges for measurement of R, L, C. 1 0 0 4 8 23 36 0.88 26.50
ET3-B Electronic Instrumentation and Control CO5 Able to explain bridges for measurement of R, L, C. 0 0 1 0 0 3 4 0.85 25.50
ET3-A Electronic Instrumentation and Control CO6 Able to calculate time domain & frequency domain parameter of a given system. 1 0 2 2 10 21 36 0.86 25.83
ET3-B Electronic Instrumentation and Control CO6 Able to calculate time domain & frequency domain parameter of a given system. 0 0 0 0 3 1 4 0.85 25.50
ET3-A OOP using JAVA Laboratory CO1 Able to understand concept of Object Oriented Programming (OOP). 0 0 0 4 9 23 36 0.91 27.17
ET3-B OOP using JAVA Laboratory CO1 Able to understand concept of Object Oriented Programming (OOP). 0 0 0 0 3 1 4 0.85 25.50
ET3-A OOP using JAVA Laboratory CO2 Able to understand basic operations, data types in java & implement various control structures. 0 0 1 4 8 23 36 0.89 26.83
ET3-B OOP using JAVA Laboratory CO2 Able to understand basic operations, data types in java & implement various control structures. 0 0 0 1 2 1 4 0.80 24.00
ET3-A OOP using JAVA Laboratory CO3 Able to remember and implement the concept of strings, arrays, inheritance,etc. 0 0 1 5 5 25 36 0.90 27.00
ET3-B OOP using JAVA Laboratory CO3 Able to remember and implement the concept of strings, arrays, inheritance,etc. 0 0 1 0 1 2 4 0.80 24.00
ET3-A OOP using JAVA Laboratory CO4 Able to analyse method overloading and demonstrate reusability with the help of inheritance. 0 0 2 4 5 25 36 0.89 26.83
ET3-B OOP using JAVA Laboratory CO4 Able to analyse method overloading and demonstrate reusability with the help of inheritance. 0 0 1 0 1 2 4 0.80 24.00
ET3-A OOP using JAVA Laboratory CO5 Able to understand the concept of abstract classes & Interface and evaluate the difference between them. 1 0 0 5 6 24 36 0.88 26.50
ET3-B OOP using JAVA Laboratory CO5 Able to understand the concept of abstract classes & Interface and evaluate the difference between them. 0 0 1 0 1 2 4 0.80 24.00
ET3-A OOP using JAVA Laboratory CO6 Able to understand and implement the concept of multithreading, packages & applet. 1 0 2 3 6 24 36 0.87 26.17
ET3-B OOP using JAVA Laboratory CO6 Able to understand and implement the concept of multithreading, packages & applet. 0 0 0 1 1 2 4 0.85 25.50
ET4-A Applied Mathematics IV CO1 Able tofind eigen values and eigen vectors using Cramer’s rule. 2 0 0 0 5 22 29 0.90 26.90
ET4-B Applied Mathematics IV CO1 Able tofind eigen values and eigen vectors using Cramer’s rule. 0 0 1 0 1 22 24 0.97 29.00
ET4-A Applied Mathematics IV CO2 Able tosolve problems on Cauchy’s theorem and Cauchy’s Residue theorem. 2 0 1 2 7 17 29 0.83 25.03
ET4-B Applied Mathematics IV CO2 Able tosolve problems on Cauchy’s theorem and Cauchy’s Residue theorem. 0 0 2 0 4 18 24 0.92 27.50
ET4-A Applied Mathematics IV CO3 Able to expand the function using Taylor’s and Laurent’s Series method. 2 0 0 4 5 18 29 0.84 25.24
ET4-B Applied Mathematics IV CO3 Able to expand the function using Taylor’s and Laurent’s Series method. 0 1 0 3 5 15 24 0.88 26.25
ET4-A Applied Mathematics IV CO4 Able tofind orthonormal basis using Gram-Schmidt process. 2 0 1 1 4 21 29 0.87 26.07
ET4-B Applied Mathematics IV CO4 Able tofind orthonormal basis using Gram-Schmidt process. 0 0 0 2 2 20 24 0.95 28.50
ET4-A Applied Mathematics IV CO5 Able to apply concept of probability to find probability distribution and expectation. 2 1 1 5 4 16 29 0.79 23.59
ET4-B Applied Mathematics IV CO5 Able to apply concept of probability to find probability distribution and expectation. 0 0 1 2 7 14 24 0.88 26.50
ET4-A Applied Mathematics IV CO6 Able to apply correlation and regression in real life problems. 2 0 0 4 5 18 29 0.84 25.24
ET4-B Applied Mathematics IV CO6 Able to apply correlation and regression in real life problems. 0 1 1 2 4 16 24 0.88 26.25
ET4-A Applied Mathematics IV CO7 Able to solve isoperimetric problems using Euler’s equation. 2 2 0 6 5 14 29 0.76 22.76
ET4-B Applied Mathematics IV CO7 Able to solve isoperimetric problems using Euler’s equation. 0 2 0 6 3 13 24 0.81 24.25
ET4-A Electronic Devices and Circuits II CO1 Able to understand the Design and analysis of the basic operations of MOSFET. 2 0 2 9 1 15 29 0.76 22.76
ET4-B Electronic Devices and Circuits II CO1 Able to understand the Design and analysis of the basic operations of MOSFET. 0 2 0 2 9 11 24 0.83 24.75
ET4-A Electronic Devices and Circuits II CO2 Able to understandmultistage amplifier using BJT and FET in various configuration to determine frequency response and concept of voltage gain. 2 0 1 10 4 12 29 0.74 22.34
ET4-B Electronic Devices and Circuits II CO2 Able to understandmultistage amplifier using BJT and FET in various configuration to determine frequency response and concept of voltage gain. 0 2 0 6 5 11 24 0.79 23.75
ET4-A Electronic Devices and Circuits II CO3 Able todifferentiate power amplifier circuits, their design and use in electronics and communication circuits.. 2 1 1 10 1 14 29 0.74 22.14
ET4-B Electronic Devices and Circuits II CO3 Able todifferentiate power amplifier circuits, their design and use in electronics and communication circuits.. 0 2 2 3 4 13 24 0.80 24.00
ET4-A Electronic Devices and Circuits II CO4 Able to understandthe concept of feedback amplifier and their characteristics.. 2 0 2 12 3 10 29 0.70 21.10
ET4-B Electronic Devices and Circuits II CO4 Able to understandthe concept of feedback amplifier and their characteristics.. 0 2 1 4 8 9 24 0.78 23.25
ET4-A Electronic Devices and Circuits II CO5 Able todesign the different oscillator circuits for various frequencies. 2 0 2 13 2 10 29 0.70 20.90
ET4-B Electronic Devices and Circuits II CO5 Able todesign the different oscillator circuits for various frequencies. 0 2 0 5 3 14 24 0.83 24.75
ET4-A Electronic Devices and Circuits II CO6 Able to understand simulation software such as LTSPICE for designing of electronic circuit. 2 0 0 7 5 15 29 0.80 24.00
ET4-B Electronic Devices and Circuits II CO6 Able to understand simulation software such as LTSPICE for designing of electronic circuit. 0 2 0 0 5 17 24 0.89 26.75
ET4-A Linear Integrated Circuits CO1 Understand the fundamentals and areas of applications for the integrated circuits 2 2 1 3 8 13 29 0.76 22.76
ET4-B Linear Integrated Circuits CO1 Understand the fundamentals and areas of applications for the integrated circuits 0 1 0 2 7 14 24 0.88 26.25
ET4-A Linear Integrated Circuits CO2 Analyze important types of integrated circuits 2 1 1 4 6 15 29 0.79 23.59
ET4-B Linear Integrated Circuits CO2 Analyze important types of integrated circuits 0 1 0 6 3 14 24 0.84 25.25
ET4-A Linear Integrated Circuits CO3 Demonstrate the ability to design practical circuits that perform the desired operation 2 0 1 6 4 16 29 0.80 24.00
ET4-B Linear Integrated Circuits CO3 Demonstrate the ability to design practical circuits that perform the desired operation 0 1 1 2 7 13 24 0.85 25.50
ET4-A Linear Integrated Circuits CO4 Understand the difference between theoritical, practical and simulated results in integrated circuits 2 1 0 5 3 18 29 0.81 24.41
ET4-B Linear Integrated Circuits CO4 Understand the difference between theoritical, practical and simulated results in integrated circuits 0 2 3 3 6 10 24 0.76 22.75
ET4-A Linear Integrated Circuits CO5 Select the appropriate integrated circuit modules to build a given application. 2 1 0 3 6 17 29 0.82 24.62
ET4-B Linear Integrated Circuits CO5 Select the appropriate integrated circuit modules to build a given application. 0 1 1 4 7 11 24 0.82 24.50
ET4-A PBL CO1 Able to analyze the problem and implement theoretical concepts. 3 0 1 4 4 17 29 0.79 23.79
ET4-B PBL CO1 Able to analyze the problem and implement theoretical concepts. 1 1 3 2 4 13 24 0.78 23.50
ET4-A PBL CO2 Able to plan and design the project. 3 0 0 6 3 17 29 0.79 23.79
ET4-B PBL CO2 Able to plan and design the project. 0 0 2 2 6 14 24 0.87 26.00
ET4-A PBL CO3 Able to select/choose hardware components, software tools required for the project. 3 0 0 4 4 18 29 0.81 24.41
ET4-B PBL CO3 Able to select/choose hardware components, software tools required for the project. 0 0 1 3 5 15 24 0.88 26.50
ET4-A PBL CO4 Able to manage project and finance 3 0 0 7 4 15 29 0.77 23.17
ET4-B PBL CO4 Able to manage project and finance 0 0 2 2 3 17 24 0.89 26.75
ET4-A PBL CO5 Able to write project report and demonstrate knowledge and understanding. 3 0 2 3 4 17 29 0.79 23.59
ET4-B PBL CO5 Able to write project report and demonstrate knowledge and understanding. 0 1 1 5 3 14 24 0.83 25.00
ET4-A Principles of Communication Engineering CO1 Able to understand the different modulation and demodulation techniques used in analog communication. 2 0 0 5 4 18 29 0.83 25.03
ET4-B Principles of Communication Engineering CO1 Able to understand the different modulation and demodulation techniques used in analog communication. 0 0 1 2 4 17 24 0.91 27.25
ET4-A Principles of Communication Engineering CO2 Able to identify and solve basic communication problems. 2 0 0 3 5 19 29 0.86 25.66
ET4-B Principles of Communication Engineering CO2 Able to identify and solve basic communication problems. 0 1 1 2 6 14 24 0.86 25.75
ET4-A Principles of Communication Engineering CO3 Able to analyze transmitter and receiver circuits. 2 0 1 5 5 16 29 0.81 24.21
ET4-B Principles of Communication Engineering CO3 Able to analyze transmitter and receiver circuits. 0 1 0 1 7 15 24 0.89 26.75
ET4-A Principles of Communication Engineering CO4 Able to understand characteristics,advantages,applications of various pulse analog modulation techniques 2 0 0 3 10 14 29 0.82 24.62
ET4-B Principles of Communication Engineering CO4 Able to understand characteristics,advantages,applications of various pulse analog modulation techniques 0 0 1 2 4 17 24 0.91 27.25
ET4-A Principles of Communication Engineering CO5 Able to understand and analyze different multiplexing techniques. 3 0 0 8 4 14 29 0.76 22.76
ET4-B Principles of Communication Engineering CO5 Able to understand and analyze different multiplexing techniques. 0 1 0 2 3 18 24 0.91 27.25
ET4-A Principles of Communication Engineering CO6 Able to compare and contrast advantages and limitations of analog communication systems. 3 0 0 6 5 15 29 0.78 23.38
ET4-B Principles of Communication Engineering CO6 Able to compare and contrast advantages and limitations of analog communication systems. 0 0 0 3 5 16 24 0.91 27.25
ET4-A Signals and Systems CO1 Competent to recognize Continuous and Discrete time signals & systems 4 1 0 4 6 14 29 0.74 22.14
ET4-B Signals and Systems CO1 Competent to recognize Continuous and Discrete time signals & systems 0 1 0 2 4 17 24 0.90 27.00
ET4-A Signals and Systems CO2 Able to understand the process of sampling and the effects of Aliasing 3 0 2 2 6 16 29 0.79 23.59
ET4-B Signals and Systems CO2 Able to understand the process of sampling and the effects of Aliasing 0 1 1 1 5 16 24 0.88 26.50
ET4-A Signals and Systems CO3 Classify CT and DT signals and systems based on their properties and determine the response of LTI system using convolution 3 0 1 5 4 16 29 0.78 23.38
ET4-B Signals and Systems CO3 Classify CT and DT signals and systems based on their properties and determine the response of LTI system using convolution 0 1 0 2 3 18 24 0.91 27.25
ET4-A Signals and Systems CO4 Able to apply Laplace transform and Z transform on different types of signal and also to solve problem based on LTI system using them 3 0 0 6 3 17 29 0.79 23.79
ET4-B Signals and Systems CO4 Able to apply Laplace transform and Z transform on different types of signal and also to solve problem based on LTI system using them 0 1 0 6 3 14 24 0.84 25.25
ET4-A Signals and Systems CO5 Able to apply Fourier series and Fourier transform on continuous and discrete time signals. 3 0 0 11 2 13 29 0.73 21.93
ET4-B Signals and Systems CO5 Able to apply Fourier series and Fourier transform on continuous and discrete time signals. 0 1 0 1 7 15 24 0.89 26.75
ET4-A Signals and Systems CO6 Able to do state space analysis and realization structures 3 2 0 8 3 13 29 0.71 21.31
ET4-B Signals and Systems CO6 Able to do state space analysis and realization structures 0 1 2 1 8 12 24 0.83 25.00
ET5-A Analog Communication CO1 Able to learn fundamentals of basic communication system. 0 0 3 5 3 6 17 0.74 22.24
ET5-B Analog Communication CO1 Able to learn fundamentals of basic communication system. 0 0 0 3 5 4 12 0.82 24.50
ET5-A Analog Communication CO2 Able to understand Amplitude modulation and demodulation techniques used in analog communication 0 0 1 3 4 9 17 0.85 25.41
ET5-B Analog Communication CO2 Able to understand Amplitude modulation and demodulation techniques used in analog communication 0 0 0 3 4 5 12 0.83 25.00
ET5-A Analog Communication CO3 Able to understand Frequency modulation and demodulation techniques used in analog communication 0 1 0 6 3 7 17 0.78 23.29
ET5-B Analog Communication CO3 Able to understand Frequency modulation and demodulation techniques used in analog communication 0 0 0 3 5 4 12 0.82 24.50
ET5-A Analog Communication CO4 Able to identify and analyze transmitter and receivers and significance of characteristics in receiver 0 2 1 4 3 7 17 0.74 22.24
ET5-B Analog Communication CO4 Able to identify and analyze transmitter and receivers and significance of characteristics in receiver 0 0 0 4 5 3 12 0.78 23.50
ET5-A Analog Communication CO5 Able to proove sampling theorem for low pass and band pass signals and solve problems based on. 0 0 3 4 5 5 17 0.74 22.24
ET5-B Analog Communication CO5 Able to proove sampling theorem for low pass and band pass signals and solve problems based on. 0 0 1 4 5 2 12 0.73 22.00
ET5-A Analog Communication CO6 Able to lears pulse modulation and demodulation techniques. and multiplexing techniques 0 0 3 4 3 7 17 0.76 22.94
ET5-B Analog Communication CO6 Able to lears pulse modulation and demodulation techniques. and multiplexing techniques 0 0 1 2 7 2 12 0.77 23.00
ET5-A Business Communication and Ethics CO1 Able to communicate effectively in both verbal and written form and develop analytical skills while drafting professional document. 0 0 2 1 4 10 17 0.86 25.76
ET5-B Business Communication and Ethics CO1 Able to communicate effectively in both verbal and written form and develop analytical skills while drafting professional document. 0 0 1 1 5 5 12 0.83 25.00
ET5-A Business Communication and Ethics CO2 Able to express an understanding of interpersonal skills and work for the enhancement and success of teams. 0 0 0 5 3 9 17 0.85 25.41
ET5-B Business Communication and Ethics CO2 Able to express an understanding of interpersonal skills and work for the enhancement and success of teams. 0 0 0 3 7 2 12 0.78 23.50
ET5-A Business Communication and Ethics CO3 Able to establish knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities. 0 0 0 3 5 9 17 0.87 26.12
ET5-B Business Communication and Ethics CO3 Able to establish knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities. 0 0 1 3 3 5 12 0.80 24.00
ET5-A Business Communication and Ethics CO4 Able to reveal an awareness of the necessity of employment skills and participate successfully in campus placement and competitive exam. 0 0 0 1 6 10 17 0.91 27.18
ET5-B Business Communication and Ethics CO4 Able to reveal an awareness of the necessity of employment skills and participate successfully in campus placement and competitive exam. 0 0 1 2 5 4 12 0.80 24.00
ET5-A Business Communication and Ethics CO5 Able to develop multidisciplinary approach and apply the same for effective presentation skills. 0 0 1 1 2 13 17 0.92 27.53
ET5-B Business Communication and Ethics CO5 Able to develop multidisciplinary approach and apply the same for effective presentation skills. 0 0 0 2 7 3 12 0.82 24.50
ET5-A Business Communication and Ethics CO6 Able to demonstrate the etiquettes required for professional growth. 0 0 1 0 5 11 17 0.91 27.18
ET5-B Business Communication and Ethics CO6 Able to demonstrate the etiquettes required for professional growth. 0 0 1 1 5 5 12 0.83 25.00
ET5-A Integrated Circuits CO1 Able to understand the fundamentals and areas of applications for the Integrated Circuits. 0 0 0 1 4 12 17 0.93 27.88
ET5-B Integrated Circuits CO1 Able to understand the fundamentals and areas of applications for the Integrated Circuits. 0 0 0 2 3 7 12 0.88 26.50
ET5-A Integrated Circuits CO2 Able to analyze and design various linear applications of operational amplifiers. 0 0 0 2 4 11 17 0.91 27.18
ET5-B Integrated Circuits CO2 Able to analyze and design various linear applications of operational amplifiers. 0 0 1 2 3 6 12 0.83 25.00
ET5-A Integrated Circuits CO3 Able to understand and design non-linear applications of operational amplifiers like Comparators, Schmitt Triggers etc. 0 0 0 2 4 11 17 0.91 27.18
ET5-B Integrated Circuits CO3 Able to understand and design non-linear applications of operational amplifiers like Comparators, Schmitt Triggers etc. 0 0 0 2 2 8 12 0.90 27.00
ET5-A Integrated Circuits CO4 Able to analyze and design various applications of special purpose IC’s like Timer IC 555, PLL IC 565 etc. 0 0 1 1 2 13 17 0.92 27.53
ET5-B Integrated Circuits CO4 Able to analyze and design various applications of special purpose IC’s like Timer IC 555, PLL IC 565 etc. 0 0 1 1 4 6 12 0.85 25.50
ET5-A Integrated Circuits CO5 Able to apply the knowledge of various voltage regulator IC’s like IC 78XX, LM 317, IC 723 to design a voltage regulator for a given application. 0 0 0 1 4 12 17 0.93 27.88
ET5-B Integrated Circuits CO5 Able to apply the knowledge of various voltage regulator IC’s like IC 78XX, LM 317, IC 723 to design a voltage regulator for a given application. 0 0 1 1 4 6 12 0.85 25.50
ET5-A Integrated Circuits CO6 Able to design various digital circuits like counters and shift registers. 0 0 1 1 4 11 17 0.89 26.82
ET5-B Integrated Circuits CO6 Able to design various digital circuits like counters and shift registers. 0 0 0 3 2 7 12 0.87 26.00
ET5-A Microcontrollers and Applications CO1 Able to draw and describe architecture of 8051 and ARM7 microcontrollers 0 0 2 1 5 9 17 0.85 25.41
ET5-B Microcontrollers and Applications CO1 Able to draw and describe architecture of 8051 and ARM7 microcontrollers 0 0 1 1 5 5 12 0.83 25.00
ET5-A Microcontrollers and Applications CO2 Able to explain instruction set and addressing modes of 8051 and ARM7 microcontrollers. 0 1 1 1 4 10 17 0.85 25.41
ET5-B Microcontrollers and Applications CO2 Able to explain instruction set and addressing modes of 8051 and ARM7 microcontrollers. 0 0 1 1 5 5 12 0.83 25.00
ET5-A Microcontrollers and Applications CO3 Able to understand Interface various peripheral devices to the microcontrollers. 0 0 1 3 3 10 17 0.86 25.76
ET5-B Microcontrollers and Applications CO3 Able to understand Interface various peripheral devices to the microcontrollers. 0 0 0 3 3 6 12 0.85 25.50
ET5-A Microcontrollers and Applications CO4 Able to write assembly language program for microcontrollers. 0 0 0 4 2 11 17 0.88 26.47
ET5-B Microcontrollers and Applications CO4 Able to write assembly language program for microcontrollers. 0 0 0 2 5 5 12 0.85 25.50
ET5-A Microcontrollers and Applications CO5 Able to design microcontroller based system for various applications.(Embedded System) 0 1 0 3 3 10 17 0.85 25.41
ET5-B Microcontrollers and Applications CO5 Able to design microcontroller based system for various applications.(Embedded System) 0 0 0 2 3 7 12 0.88 26.50
ET5-A Microcontrollers and Applications CO6 Able to understand design metrics and case study of Embedded Systems. 0 0 1 1 7 8 17 0.86 25.76
ET5-B Microcontrollers and Applications CO6 Able to understand design metrics and case study of Embedded Systems. 0 0 1 2 3 6 12 0.83 25.00
ET5-A RF Modeling and Antennas CO1 Able to understand the behavior of active and passive components at RF frequencies 0 2 2 3 3 7 17 0.73 21.88
ET5-B RF Modeling and Antennas CO1 Able to understand the behavior of active and passive components at RF frequencies 1 0 0 2 8 1 12 0.72 21.50
ET5-A RF Modeling and Antennas CO2 Able to analyze and design RF Filters 0 2 5 1 4 5 17 0.66 19.76
ET5-B RF Modeling and Antennas CO2 Able to analyze and design RF Filters 0 0 0 6 4 2 12 0.73 22.00
ET5-A RF Modeling and Antennas CO3 Able to understand and analyze the radiation mechanisms of antennas 0 2 3 1 6 5 17 0.71 21.18
ET5-B RF Modeling and Antennas CO3 Able to understand and analyze the radiation mechanisms of antennas 0 0 1 4 6 1 12 0.72 21.50
ET5-A RF Modeling and Antennas CO4 Able to demonstrate knowledge of antennas in communication systems. 1 1 4 3 4 4 17 0.64 19.06
ET5-B RF Modeling and Antennas CO4 Able to demonstrate knowledge of antennas in communication systems.