Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) was established in the academic year 200304 with an intake of 60. The program is approved by AICTE and affiliated to VTU, Belgaum. The program is accredited by NBA and NAAC. The department is committed to the academic and individual development of the students in enabling them to learn the current trends of Electrical & Electronics Engineering. The department has highly qualified and efficient faculty with few of them exposed to the industry experience. The department has a student forum called “Spark Aura” which actively conducts various cocurricular and extracurricular activities. The department has been organizing several national / state level conferences and students’ symposiums every year. The department conducts workshops, seminars and guest lecturers to keep the students and staff updated with the current developments. The department also invites projects from industries to be implemented by the students. The students have been well trained with the support of the placement cell and have succeeded in carving respectful positions in reputed companies. Department has signed MOU with some of the core companies such as AMPS, JLL,PYRA WINDO which in turn helps the students for their job opportunities and provides a way to improve their technical skills through projects and internships.

Aspire to be a center of excellence to impart value based education in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering to transform the young minds to serve the societal needs.

M_{1}: To provide theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
M_{2}: To enhance the computational skills by usage of software tools.
M_{3}: To provide the learning environment to gain knowledge of Interdisciplinary domains.
M_{4}: To collaborate with industry to facilitate learning beyond the curriculum.

PEO_{1}: To contribute in implementation of products and services through technology development in the area of electrical engineering and allied fields.

PEO_{2}: To develop professionally through training and lifelong learning keeping abreast of the technology developments.

PEO_{3}: To develop leadership qualities and entrepreneurship skills.

PO_{1}: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO_{2}: Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems to arrive at substantiated conclusions using the first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PO_{3}: Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health, safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO_{4}: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use researchbased knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis, and interpretation of data and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

PO_{5}: Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PO_{6}: The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues, and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

PO_{7}: Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate the knowledge of sustainable development and its need.

PO_{8}: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics, responsibilities, and norms of the engineering practice.

PO_{9}: Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO_{10}: Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and documentation, make effective presentations to give and receive clear instructions.

PO_{11}: Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects in multidisciplinary environments.

PO_{12}: Lifelong learning: Recognize the need for, and have the zeal and ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning in the broadest context of technological change.

PSO_{1}: Apply the fundamentals of mathematics, electrical and electronics engineering knowledge to formulate and solve the problems.

PSO_{2}: Use the tools and techniques to implement the solutions in the area of electrical and electronic systems.

PSO_{3}: Develop the ability of interpersonal skills for successful adaptation in multi disciplinary platform.

To improve the academic performance of students using innovative and creative methods of teaching.

To strengthen the department infrastructure and human resources.

To depute faculty and staff regularly for skill upgradation.

To conduct programs for students to acquire soft and technical skills and inculcate leadership qualities, research orientation.

To conduct continuing education programmes and workshops/conferences for knowledge sharing with the outside world.

To encourage research activities.

To have more number of publications and patents in the emerging areas of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

To establish centersofexcellence in Power System Optimized Planning and Design, High Voltage Technologies, Renewable Energy Systems, Control Systems.

To offer consultancy services to industries.

To establish and strengthen industryinstitute interaction and offer solutions to industries.

To take up sponsored projects from private and government organizations.

To be among the best leading institutes in India and abroad and be recognized as the best department in terms of research and innovation.

To create better entrepreneurs in the area of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Wellventilated class and tutorial rooms equipped with multimedia projectors

Laboratories with advanced equipment and sophisticated software

Departmental library

Internet Facility

Innovative video lecture delivery facility

Interactive sessions with industry representatives

TieUps and MoUs for Internship/Projects

Innovative Research Centre
III SEMESTER  IV SEMESTER  V SEMESTER  
BMATE301  Engineering Mathematics for EEE  BEE401  Electric Motors  BXX501  Engineering Management and 
BEE302  Electric Circuit Analysis  BEE402  Transmission and Distribution  Entrepreneurship  
BEE303  Analog Electronic Circuits  BEE403  Microcontrollers  BEE502  Signals & DSP 
BEE304  Transformers and Generators  BEEL404  Electric Motors lab  BEE503  Power Electronics 
BEEL305  Transformers and Generators lab  BEE405x  ESC/ETC/PLC  BEE504  Power Electronics Lab 
BEE306x  ESC/ETC/PLC  BEE456x  Ability Enhancement Course/Skill Enhancement Course IV  BEE515x  Professional Elective Course (Industry suggested course) 
BSCK307  Social Connect and Responsibility  BBOK407  Biology For Engineers  BEE586  Mini Project 
BMATE301  Engineering Mathematics for EEE  BUHK408  Universal human values course  BRMK557  Research Methodology and IPR 
BEE358x  Ability Enhancement Course/Skill Enhancement Course  III  BNSK459  National Service Scheme (NSS)  BESK508  Environmental Studies 
BNSK359  National Service Scheme (NSS)  BPEK459  Physical Education (PE) (Sports and Athletics)  BNSK559  National Service Scheme (NSS) 
BPEK359  Physical Education (PE) (Sports and Athletics)  Ability Enhancement Course / Skill Enhancement Course  IV  BPEK559  Physical Education (PE) (Sports and  
Engineering Science Course (ESC/ETC/PLC)  BEEL456A  Basics of VHDL Lab  Athletics)  
BEE306A  Digital Logic Circuits  BEEL456C  PCB Design Laboratory  Professional Elective Course  
BEE306B  Electrical Measurements and Instrumentation  BEEL456B  Sci Lab / MATLAB for Electrical and Electronic Measurements  BEE515A  Vertical Elective –I: Power Engineering 
BEE306C  Electromagnetic Field Theory  BEEL456D  Arduino & Raspberry PI Based Projects  BEE515B  Vertical Elective –Ii : Converters And Drives 
BEE306D  Physics of Electronic Devices  Engineering Science Course (ESC/ETC/PLC)  BEE515C  Vertical Elective –Iii: Embedded Systems  
Ability Enhancement Course – III  BEE405A  Electrical Power Generation and Economics  BEE515D  Vertical Elective –Iv : Electric Vehicle Technology  
BEEL358A  SCI LAB/MATLAB for Transformers and Generators  BEE405B  OpAmp and LIC  BEE515E  Vertical Elective –V: Electrical System Automation 
BEEL358C  Circuit Laboratory using P Spice  BEE405C  Engineering Materials  
BEEL358B  555 IC Laboratory  BEE405D  Object Oriented Programming  
BEEL358D  Electrical Hardware Laboratory 
VI SEMESTER  VII SEMESTER  VIII SEMESTER  
BEE601  Power system Analysis I  BEE701  Switchgear and Protection  BEE801x  Professional Elective (Online Courses) 
BEE602  Control Systems  BEE702  Industrial Drives and Applications  BEE802x  Open Elective (Online Courses) 
BEE613x  Professional Elective Course  BEE703  Power system analysis II  BEE803  Internship (Industry/Research) (14  20 weeks) 
BEE654x  Open Elective Course  BEE714x  Professional Elective Course  Professional Elective Course  
BEE685  Project Phase I  BEE755x  Open Elective Course  Bee801a  Vertical Elective –I: Power Engineering 
BEEL606  Control System Lab  BEE786  Major Project PhaseII  Bee801b  Vertical Elective –Ii : Converters And Drives 
BEE657x  Ability Enhancement Course/Skill Development Course V  BEE701  Switchgear and Protection  Bee801c  Vertical Elective –Iii: Embedded Systems 
BNSK658  National Service Scheme (NSS)  Professional Elective Course  Bee801d  Vertical Elective –IV : ELECTRIC VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY  
BPEK658  Physical Education (PE) (Sports and Athletics)  BEE714A  Vertical Elective –I: Power Engineering  Bee801e  Vertical Elective –V: ELECTRICAL SYSTEM AUTOMATION 
BYOK658  Yoga  BEE714B  Vertical Elective –Ii : Converters And Drives  Open Elective Course  
Professional Elective Course  BEE714C  Vertical Elective –Iii: Embedded Systems  BEE802A  Industry suggested course/ MOOCS  
BEE613A  Vertical Elective –I: Power Engineering  Bee714d  Vertical Elective –Iv : Electric Vehicle Technology  BEE802B  Industry suggested course / MOOCS 
BEE613B  Vertical Elective –Ii : Converters And Drives  Bee714e  Vertical Elective –V: Electrical System Automation  BEE802C  NPTEL /MOOCS 
BEE613C  Vertical Elective –Iii: Embedded Systems  Open Elective Course  BEE802D  NPTEL MOOCS  
BEE613D  Vertical Elective –Iv : Electric Vehicle Technology  BEE755A  Fundamentals of Electric Vehicles  
BEE613E  Vertical Elective –V: Electrical System Automation  BEE755B  Energy Conservation and Audit  
Open Elective Course  BEE755C  PLC and SCADA  
BEE654A  Utilization of Electrical Power  BEE755D  Smart System Automation  
BEE654B  Renewable Energy Sources  
BEE654E  Industry suggested course  
BEE654C  Industrial Servo Control Systems  
BEE654D  Semiconductor Devices  
BEE654F  Industry suggested course  
Ability Enhancement Course/Skill Enhancement Course  
BEE/L657A  Industry suggested course  
BEEL657B  Simulation of Control of Power Electronics Circuits  
BEE/L657E  Industry suggested course  
BEEL657C  Project on Energy Audit  
BEEL657D  Project on Renewable Energy 
III SEMESTER  IV SEMESTER  V SEMESTER  
21MAT31  Transform Calculus, Fourier Series and Numerical Technics  21MAT41  Complex Analysis, Probability And Statistical Methods  PCC 21EE51  Transmission and Distribution 
21EE32  Analog Electronic Circuits and Op  Amps  21EE42  Digital System Design  IPCC 21EE52  Control Systems 
21EE33  Electric Circuit Analysis  21EE43  Microcontroller  PCC 21EE53  Power System Analysis  1 
21EE34  Transformers and Generators  21EE44  Electric Motors  PCC 21EE54  Power Electronics 
21EEL35  Electrical Machines Laboratory  I  21BE45  Biology for Engineers  PCC 21EEL55  Power Electronics Laboratory 
21UH36/49  Social Connect and Responsibility  21EEL46  Electrical Machines Laboratory  II  AEC 21RMI56  Research Methodology & Intellectual Property Rights 
21KSK37/47  Samskrutika Kannada  21KSK37/47  Samskrutika Kannada  HSMC 21CIV57  Environmental Studies 
21KBK37/47  Balake Kannada  21KBK37/47  Balake Kannada  AEC 21EE58X  Ability Enhancement CourseV 
OR  OR  Ability Enhancement Course – V  
21CIP37/47  Constitution of India and Professional Ethics  21CIP37/47  Constitution of India & Professional Ethics  21EEL581  Scilab for Analysis of Power Systems 
21EE38X  Ability Enhancement Course  II  21EE48X  Ability Enhancement Course IV  21EEL582  Scilab for Power Electronics 
Ability Enhancement Course – III  21UH36/49  Universal Human Values  21EEP583  Energy Audit project  
21EEL381  Scilab for Transformers and Generators  21INT49  Inter/Intra Institutional Internship  21EEP584  Renewable Energy Project 
21EEL382  Circuit laboratory using Pspice  Ability Enhancement Course  IV  
21EEL383  555 IC Laboratory  21EEP481  Microcontroller Based Projects  
21EEL384  Scilab for Mathematics  21EEL482  Scilab for Electric Motors  
21EEL483  Scilab for Electrical and Electronic Measurements  
21EEL484  Simulation of OpAmp Circuits 
VI SEMESTER  VII SEMESTER  VIII SEMESTER  
HSMC 21EE61  Management and Entrepreneurship  PCC 21EE71  High Voltage and Power System Protection  Seminar 21EE81  Technical Seminar 
IPCC 21EE62  Power System Analysis  2  PCC 21EE72  Power System Operation and Control  INT 21INT82  Research Internship/ Industry Internship 
PCC 21EE63  Signals and Digital Signal Processing  PEC 21EE72X  Professional elective CourseII  NCMC  21NS83  National Service Scheme (NSS) 
PEC 21EE64x  Professional Elective CourseI  PEC 21EE73X  Professional elective Course III  NCMC  21PE83  Physical Education (PE) (Sports and Athletics) 
OEC 21EE65x  Open Elective CourseI  OEC21EE74X  Open elective CourseII  NCMC  21YO83  Yoga 
PCC 21EEL66  Digital Signal Processing Laboratory  Project 21EEP75  Project work  
MP 21EEMP67  Mini Project  Open Electives  II offered by the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering to other Department students  
INT 21INT68  Innovation/Entrepreneurship /Societal Internship  21EE741  Carbon Capture and Storage  
Professional Elective  I  21EE742  Electric Vehicles  
21EE641  Sensors and Transducers  21EE743  Disasters Management  
21EE642  Electromagnetic Field Theory  21EE744  Electrical Power Quality  
21EE643  Electrical Machine Design  21EE745  Energy Conservation and Audit  
21EE644  Electrical Engineering Materials  Professional Elective  II  
Open Electives – I offered by the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering to other Department students  21EE721  Power System Planning  
21EE651  Utilization of Electrical Power  21EE722  Smart Grid  
21EE652  Renewable Energy Resources  21EE723  ANN for Power Systems Applications  
21EE653  Industrial Servo Control Systems  21EE724  Electric Vehicle Technologies  
21EE654  Advanced Control Systems  21EE725  PLC and SCADA  
Professional Elective  III  
21EE731  Computer Aided Electrical Drawing  
21EE732  Micro and NanoScale Sensors and Transducers  
21EE733  Big Data Analytics in Power Systems  
21EE734  Industrial Drives and Applications  
21EE735  FACTS and HVDC 
III SEMESTER  IV SEMESTER  V SEMESTER  
18MAT31  Transform Calculus, Fourier Series and Numerical Techniques  18MAT41  Complex Analysis, Probability And Statistical Methods  18EE51  Management and Entrepreneurship 
18EE32  Electric Circuit Analysis  18EE42  Power Generation and Economics  18EE52  Microcontroller 
18EE33  Transformers and Generators  18EE43  Transmission and Distribution  18EE53  Power Electronics 
18EE34  Analog Electronic Circuits  18EE44  Electric Motors  18EE54  Signals and Systems 
18EE35  Digital System Design  18EE45  Electromagnetic Field Theory  18EE55  Electrical Machine Design 
18EE36  Electrical and Electronic Measurements  18EE46  Operational Amplifiers and Linear ICs  18EE56  High Voltage Engineering 
18EEL37  Electrical Machines Laboratory 1  18EEL47  Electrical Machines Laboratory 2  18EEL57  Microcontroller Laboratory 
18EEL38  Electronics Laboratory  18EEL48  Opamp and Linear ICs Laboratory  18EEL58  Power Electronics Laboratory 
18KVK39/49  Vyavaharika Kannada (Kannada for communication)  18KVK39/49  Vyavaharika Kannada (Kannada for communication)  18CIV59  Environmental Studies 
18KAK39/49  Aadalitha Kannada (Kannada for Administration)  18KAK39/49  Aadalitha Kannada (Kannada for Administration)  
OR  OR  
18CPC39  Constitution of India, Professional Ethics and Cyber Law  18CPC39  Constitution of India, Professional Ethics and Cyber Law 
VI SEMESTER  VII SEMESTER  VIII SEMESTER  
18EE61  Control Systems  18EE71  Power System Analysis – 2  18EE81  Power System Operation and Control 
18EE62  Power System Analysis – 1  18EE72  Power System Protection  18EE82X  Professional Elective  4 
18EE63  Digital Signal Processing  18EE73X  Professional Elective  2  18EEP83  Project Work Phase  2 
18EE64X  Professional Elective 1  18EE74X  Professional Elective  3  18EES84  Technical Seminar 
18EE65X  Open Elective A  18EE75X  Open Elective B  18EEI85  Internship 
18EEL66  Control System Laboratory  18EEL76  PSS laboratory  Professional Electives  4  
18EEL67  Digital Signal Processing Laboratory  18EEL77  Relay & HV lab  Course code under 18EE82X  
18 EEMP68  Miniproject  18EEP78  Project Work Phase  1  18EE821  FACTs and HVDC Transmission 
  Internship    Internship  18EE822  Electrical Estimation and Costing 
Professional Elective 1  Professional Elective  2  18EE823  Electric Vehicles Technologies  
Course code under18EE64X  Course code under 18EE73X  18EE824  Power System Planning  
18EE641  Introduction to Nuclear Power  18EE731  Solar and Wind Energy  18EE825  Electrical Power Quality 
18EE642  Electrical Engineering Materials  18EE732  Sensors and Transducers  
18EE643  Computer Aided Electrical Drawing  18EE733  Integrated of Distribution Generation.  
18EE644  Embedded System  18EE734  Advanced Control Systems  
18EE645  Object Oriented Programming using C++  18EE735  Reactive Power Control in Electric Power Systems  
Open Elective A  Professional Electives  3  
Course code under18EE65X  Course code under 18EE74X  
18EE651  Industrial Servo Control Systems  18EE741  Industrial Drives and Application  
18EE652  PLC and SCADA  18EE742  Utilization of Electrical Power  
18EE653  Renewable Energy Systems  18EE743  PLC and SCADA  
18EE654  Testing and Commissioning of Electrical Equipment  18EE744  Smart Grid  
18EE745  Artificial Neural Network With Applications to Power Systems  
Open Elective B  
Course code under 18EE75X  
18EE751  Industrial Motors and Control  
18EE752  Sensors and Transducers  
18EE753  Electric Vehicles  
18EE754  Energy Conservation and Audit 
Third Semester  
Sl. No  Course Title  Course Code  CO No.  Course Outcomes(CO) 
1  MathematicsIII for EE Engineering  BMATE 301  201.1  Able to understand that physical systems can be described by differential equations and solve such equations 
201.2  Able to make use of correlation and regression analysis to fit a suitable mathematical model for statistical data  
201.3  Able to demonstrate the Fourier series to study the behaviour of periodic functions and their applications in system communications, digital signal processing, and field theory.  
201.4  Able to use Fourier transforms to analyse problems involving continuoustime signals and to apply ZTransform techniques to solve difference equations  
201.5  Able to apply discrete and continuous probability distributions in analysing the probability models arising in the engineering field. Demonstrate the validity of testing the hypothesis.  
2  Electric Circuit Analysis  BEE302  C202.1  Able to understand and apply stardelta transformation, Sourcetransformation, nodal and mesh analysis to solve complex problems. 
C202.2  Able to solve complex circuits using network theorems, evaluate performance of twoport networks and solve unbalanced threephase systems.  
C202.3  Able to solve series and parallel circuits under resonance, perform transient analysis and synthesize typical waveforms using Laplace Transform.  
3  Analog Electronic Circuits  BEE303  C203.1  Able to obtain the output characteristics of clipper and clamper 
C203.2  Able to design and compare biasing circuits for transistor amplifier switching  
C203.3  Able to explain the concept of feedback ,its types and design of feedback circuits  
C203.4  Able to design and analyse the power amplifier ,FET ,MOSFET & Oscillators  
C203.5  Able to demonstrate various applications of opamps  
4  Transformer & Generators  BEE303  C204.1  Able to understand the construction and working principle of single phase & three phase transformers and its parallel operation. 
C204.2  Able to understand and explain the construction working and analysis of synchronous generators.  
C204.3  Able to explain the construction, working of solar and wind generators  
5  Transformers and Generators Lab  BEEL305  C205.1  Able to Conduct test on transformers and synchronous machines and their performance 
C205.2  Able to verify the performance of synchronous generator  
C205.3  Able to calculate the voltage regulation of an alternator using different methods  
6  Digital Logic Circuits  BEE306A  C206.1  Able to develop simplified switching equation using K Map and Quine MC clusky techniques. 
C206.2  Able to design multiplexer, Encoder, decoder, adder, subtractor and comparators as digital combinational control circuits  
C206.3  Able to design flipflops, counter, shift register as sequential control circuits  
C206.4  Able to develop mealy/moore models and state diagrams for the given clocked sequential circuit and explain the functioning of different types of memories  
7  Social Connect & Responsibility  BSCK307  C207.1  Able to communicate and connect to the surrounding. 
C207.2  Able to create a responsible connection with the society.  
C207.3  Able to involve in the community in general in which they work.  
C207.4  Able to notice the needs and problems of the community and involve them in problem –solving.  
C207.5  Able to develop among themselves a sense of social & civic responsibility & utilize their knowledge in finding practical solutions to individual and community problems.  
C207.6  Able to develop competence required for groupliving and sharing of responsibilities & gain skills in mobilizing community participation to acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitudes.  
8  CIRCUIT LAB USING PSPICE  BEEL358C  C208.1  Able to design & simulate KVL & KCL 
C208.2  Able to design and simulate various theorems  
C208.3  Able to Design & simulate Resonance  
C208.4  Able to Design & simulate Two port network 
Fourth Semester  
Sl. No  Course Title  Course Code  CO No.  Course Outcomes(CO) 
1  Electric Motors  BEE401  C211.1  Able to Explain the construction and operation, characteristics, testing of DC motors and determine losses and efficiency 
C211.2  Able to Explain the construction and operation of threephase IM along with its classification.  
C211.3  Able to Explain the performance characteristics of threephase IMs and demonstrate its speed control, and explain operation of singlephase IM with its types.  
C211.4  Able to Explain the construction and operation of synchronous motors, Universal motors, BLDC motor and other special motors.  
2  Transmission and Distribution  BEE402  C212.1  Able to explain the structure of electrical power system and its components, Sag, types of insulators & string efficiency. 
C212.2  Able to Explain the various transmission line parameters & to evaluate the performance of transmission lines.  
C212.3  Able to Explain corona, underground cables and its construction, classification, limitation.  
C212.4  Able to evaluate the different types of distribution systems.  
3  MICROCONTROLLER  BEE403  C213.1  Able to Describe 8051 architecture, registers, internal memory organization, addressing modes, instruction. 
C213.2  Able to Write assembly and C program for ALU operations, data conversions, accessing data and I/O port programming.  
C213.3  Able to Summarize basics of Serial Communication & interrupts & develop 8051 programs for the same.  
C213.4  Able to Interface 8051 to work with external devices for ADC, DAC, sensors, stepper motor, DC motor, LCD, Keyboard, Elevator using ALP & C.  
4  Electric Motors Lab  BEEL404  C214.1  Perform tests on DC machine to determine their characteristics. 
C214.2  Control the speed of DC motor using different methods.  
C214.3  Conduct load test on single phase and threephase IM and draw performance characteristics.  
C214.4  Conduct test on Synchronous motor to draw performance curves.  
C214.5  Analyze the performance of DC motor and threephase IM using MATLAB / Simulink.  
5  Electrical Power Generation and Economics  BEE405A  C215a.1  Explain the basics of hydroelectric power plant, merits and demerits of hydroelectric power plants, site selection, arrangement and elements of hydroelectric plant. 
C215a.2  Explain the working, site selection and arrangement of Steam, Diesel and Gas Power Plants.  
C215a.3  Explain the working, site selection and arrangement of Nuclear Power Plants.  
C215a.4  Explain the importance of different equipment’s in substation, Interconnection of power stations and different types of grounding.  
C215a.5  Explain the economics of power generation.  
6  OPAMPS and LIC  BEE405B  C215b.1  Describe the characteristics of ideal and practical operational Amplifier. 
C215b.2  Design Filters and signals generators using Linear ICS  
C215b.3  Demonstration and application of Linear IC’s of comparators and rectifiers  
7  Sci Lab / MATLAB for Electrical and Electronic Measurements  BEEL456B  C216.1  To measure the Resistance ,Inductance and Capacitance using Bridges 
C216.2  To Analyse and measure the frequency ,power and energy in 3phase circuits  
C216.3  To Design and Analyse RMS meters , Digital volt meters and Qmeters  
C216.4  To Test and analyse CT’S and PT’S using Silsbee’s method.  
8  Biology for Engineers  BBOK407  C217.1  Elucidate the basic biological concepts via relevant industrial applications and case studies 
C217.2  Evaluate the principles of design and development, for exploring novel bioengineering projects  
C217.3  Corroborate the concepts of biomimetic for specific requirements  
C217.4  Think critically towards exploring innovative bio based solutions for socially relevant problems  
9  Universal Human Values  BUHK409  C219.1  They would become more responsible in life, and in handling problems with sustainable solutions, while keeping human relationships and human nature in mind. 
C219.2  They would have better critical ability.  
C219.3  They would also become sensitive to their commitment towards what they have understood (human values, human relationship and human society).  
C219.4  It is hoped that they would be able to apply what they have learnt to their own self in different daytoday settings in real life, at least a beginning would be made in this direction 
Fifth Semester  
Sl. No  Course Title  Course Code  CO No.  Course Outcomes(CO) 
1  Engineering Management and Entrepreneurship  BEE501  C301.1  Able to understand the fundamental concepts of management and its functions. 
C301.2  Able to understand different functions to be performed by managers  
C301.3  Able to understand social responsibilities of a business  
C301.4  Able to understand the concept of entrepreneurship and to identify business opportunities.  
C301.5  Able to understand the components in developing business plan and awareness about various sources of funding institutions supporting entrepreneurship  
2  Signals & DSP  BEE502  C302.1  Conduct the sampling of signals in time and frequency domains. 
C302.2  Evaluate the impulse response of a system.  
C302.3  Obtain the convolution of given sequences to evaluate the response of a system.  
C302.4  Compute the DFT and IDFT of a given sequence using the basic definition and/or fast methods.  
C302.5  Provide a solution for a given difference equation.  
C302.6  Design and implement IIR and FIR filters.  
3  Power Electronics  BEE503  C303.1  Explain the applications of power electronics, different types of power semiconductor devices, their switching characteristics, power diode characteristics, types, their operation and effects, design and analysis of single phase diode rectifier circuits. 
C303.2  Understand and remember different power transistors, their steady state and switching characteristics and limitations.  
C303.3  Remember different types of Thyristors, design and analyse their gate characteristics and gate control requirements.  
C303.4  Design & analyse techniques, performance parameters and characteristics of controlled rectifiers and Voltage controllers.  
C303.5  Design & analyse DC DC, DC AC converters.  
4  Power Electronics Lab  BEEL504  C304.1  Obtain static characteristics of semiconductor devices to discuss their performance 
C304.2  Trigger the SCR by different methods  
C304.3  Verify the performance of single phase controlled full wave rectifier and AC voltage controller with R and RL loads  
C304.4  Control the speed of a dc motor, universal motor and stepper motors  
C304.5  Verify the performance of single phase controlled full bridge inverter connected to resistive load.  
5  High Voltage Engineering  BEE515A  C306.1  Explain conduction and breakdown phenomenon in gases, liquid dielectrics, and solid dielectrics. 
C306.2  Explain generation of high voltages and currents  
C306.3  Discuss measurement techniques for high voltages and currents  
C306.4  Discuss overvoltage phenomenon and insulation coordination in electric power systems and testing of Electrical apparatus  
6  Mini Project  BEE586  C306.1  Students will be able to practice acquired knowledge within the chosen area of technology for project development. 
C306.2  Identify, discuss and justify the technical aspects of the chosen project with a comprehensive and systematic approach.  
C306.3  Reproduce, improve and refine technical aspects for engineering projects.  
C306.4  Work as an individual or in a team in development of technical projects.  
C306.5  Communicate and report effectively project related activities and findings  
7  Research Methodology & Intellectual Property Rights  BRMK557  C306.1  Able to understand the meaning of research and ethics in engineering research 
C306.2  Able to understand the procedure of Literature Review, attributions and Citations  
C306.3  Able to Understand the fundamentals of patent laws and drafting procedure  
C306.4  Able to Understanding the laws and subject matters related to copyrights and basic principles of Industrial Design  
C306.5  Able to Understanding Geographical Indications of India, Study interesting Case Studies on Patents and Schemes and Programmes related to IP Organizations In India.  
8  Environmental Studies  BESK508  C307.1  Able to understand the principles of ecology and environmental issues that apply to air, land, and water issues on a global scale, 
C307.2  Able to develop critical thinking and/or observation skills, and apply them to the analysis of a problem or questions related to the environment.  
C307.3  Able to apply their ecological knowledge to illustrate and graph a problem and describe the realities that managers face when dealing with complex issues. 
Third Semester  
Sl. No  Course Title  Course Code  CO No.  Course Outcomes(CO) 
1  Transform Calculus, Fourier Series and Numerical Techniques  21MAT31  C201.1  Know the use of periodic signals and Fourier series to analyse circuits and system communications 
C201.2  Explain the general linear system theory for continuous time signals and digital signal processing using the Fourier Transform and Z Transforms  
C201.3  Employ appropriate numerical Methods to solve algebraic and transcendental equations  
C201.4  Apply Greens theorem, Divergence theorem and Stokes theorem in various applications in the field of electro magnetic and flow problems  
C201.5  Determine the external of functions and solve the simple problems of the calculus of variations  
2  Analog Electronic Circuits & OpAmps  21EE32  C202.1  Obtain the output characteristics of clipper and clamper 
C202.2  Design and compare biasing circuits for transistor amplifier switching  
C202.3  Explain the concept of feedback ,its types and design of feedback circuits  
C202.4  Design and anlyze the power amplifier ,FET ,MOSFET & Oscillators  
C202.5  Demonstrate various applications of opamps  
3  Electric Circuit Analysis  21EE33  C203.1  Understand the basic concepts, basic laws and methods of analysis of DC and AC networks and reduce the complexity of network using source shifting, source transformation and network reduction using transformations. 
C203.2  Solve complex electric circuits using network theorems.  
C203.3  Discuss resonance in series and parallel circuits and also the importance of initial conditions and their evaluation.  
C203.4  Synthesize typical waveforms using Laplace transformation.  
C203.5  Solve unbalanced three phase systems and also evaluate the performance of two port networks.  
4  Transformer & Generators  21EE34  C204.1  To Understand the construction and operation of single phase Transformers performance. 
C204.2  To understand the performance of three phase transformers and concepts of DC machines.  
C204.3  To understand the performance of AC machines  
5  ELECTRICAL MACHINE LAB – 1  21EEL35  C205.1  To Evaluate the performance of single phase & Three phase Transformer and its operation 
C205.2  To Compute the voltage regulation of synchronous generator.  
C205.3  Evaluate the performance & Power angle curve of synchronous generators from the test data.  
6  Social Connect & Responsibility  21SCR36  C206.1  Communicate and connect to the surrounding. 
C206.2  Create a responsible connection with the society.  
C206.3  Involve in the community in general in which they work.  
C206.4  Notice the needs and problems of the community and involve them in problem –solving.  
C206.5  Develop among themselves a sense of social & civic responsibility & utilize their knowledge in finding practical solutions to individual and community problems.  
C206.6  Develop competence required for groupliving and sharing of responsibilities & gain skills in mobilizing community participation to acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitudes.  
7  Constitution of India and Professional Ethics  21CIP37  C207.1  Analyse the basic structure of Indian Constitution 
C207.2  Remember their Fundamental Rights, DPSP’s and Fundamental Duties (FD’s) of our constitution.  
C207.3  Know about our Union Government, political structure & codes, procedures.  
C207.4  Understand our State Executive & Elections system of India.  
C207.5  Remember the Amendments and Emergency Provisions, other important provisions given by the constitution.  
8  Circuit Lab Using PSPICE  21EEL382  C208.1  Able to design & simulate KVL & KCL 
C208.2  Able to design and simulate various theorems  
C208.3  Able to Design & simulate Resonance  
C208.4  Able to Design & simulate Two port network 
Fourth Semester  
Sl. No  Course Title  Course Code  CO No.  Course Outcomes(CO) 
1  Complex Analysis, Probability and Statistical Methods  21MAT41  C211.1  Use the concepts of analytic function and complex potentials to solve the problems arising in electromagnetic field theory. 
C211.2  Utilize conformal transformation and complex integral arising in aerofoil theory, fluid flow visualization and image processing.  
C211.3  Apply discrete and continuous probability distributions in analyzing the probability models.  
C211.4  Make use of the correlation and regression analysis to fit a suitable mathematical model for statistical data.  
C211.5  Construct joint probability distributions and demonstrate the validity of testing the hypothesis.  
2  Digital System Design  21EE42  C212.1  Develop simplified switching equation using K Map and Quine MC clusky techniques. 
C212.2  Design multiplexer ,Encoder, decoder, adder, subtractor and comparators as digital combinational control circuits  
C212.3  Design flipflops, counter, shift register as sequential control circuits  
C212.4  Develop mealy/moore models and state diagrams for the given clocked sequential circuit and explain the functioning of different types of memories  
3  MICROCONTROLLER  21EE43  C213.1  Describe 8051 architecture, registers, internal memory organization, addressing modes, instruction. 
C213.2  Write assembly and C program for ALU operations, data conversions, accessing data and I/O port programming.  
C213.3  Summarize basics of Serial Communication & interrupts & develop 8051 programs for the same.  
C213.4  Interface 8051 to work with external devices for ADC, DAC, sensors, stepper motor, DC motor, LCD, Keyboard, Elevator using ALP & C.  
4  Electric Motors  21EE44  C214.1  Explain the classification of DC motors, different methods of speed control and determine the efficiency. 
C214.2  Explain different tests conducted on dc motors, determine various parameters from the tests conducted and explain torqueslip characteristics of threephase IM in different regions.  
C214.3  Explain noload and blockedrotor tests on threephase IM, determine its equivalent circuit parameters and evaluate the performance of 3phase IM from circle diagram.  
C214.4  Explain different methods of starting and speed control of threephase IM and construction and operation of singlephase IM.  
C214.5  Explain the operation of SMs, V and inverted V curves and construction & operation of special motors.  
5  Biology for Engineers  21BE45  C215.1  Elucidate the basic biological concepts via relevant industrial applications and case studies 
C215.2  Evaluate the principles of design and development, for exploring novel bioengineering projects  
C215.3  Corroborate the concepts of biomimetic for specific requirements  
C215.4  Think critically towards exploring innovative bio based solutions for socially relevant problems  
6  ELECTRICAL MACHINE LAB – II  21EEL46  C216.1  To determine the performance characteristics and control of speed of DC Machines 
C216.2  To Perform test on Induction motor and their characteristics  
C216.3  To Conduct test on synchronous motor and their performance curves  
7  Samskrutika Kannada  21KSK47  C217.1  To introduce Kannada Language, literature and culture 
C217.2  To attach a desire for Pre modern and Modern Kannada Literary works and culture  
C217.3  To understand and mention about people associated with Kannada  
C217.4  To use the Administrative and Common words associated with Administrative Kannada  
8  OpAmp Lab  21EE484  C218.1  To design and simulate full wave rectifier voltage follower and frequency response of inverting non inverting opamp amplifiers 
C218.2  To design and simulate oscillator and schmitt trigger circuit  
C218.3  TO design and simulate voltage comparator ,different methods of waveform generation based on OpAmp  
C218.4  To design and simulate the response of filters and generate various signal waveform  
C218.5  TO design and analyze DAC,ADC and OpAmp instrument amplifier  
9  Universal Human Values  BUHK409  C219.1  They would become more responsible in life, and in handling problems with sustainable solutions, while keeping human relationships and human nature in mind. 
C219.2  They would have better critical ability.  
C219.3  They would also become sensitive to their commitment towards what they have understood (human values, human relationship and human society).  
C219.4  It is hoped that they would be able to apply what they have learnt to their own self in different daytoday settings in real life, at least a beginning would be made in this direction  
10  Inter/Intra Institutional Internship  21INT49  C219B.1  Student is able to construct the company profiles by compiling the brief history management structure, achievement. 
C219B.2  Able to learn asses it's strength threat opportunities.  
C219B.3  Able to determine the challenges and future potential for organisation in particular and in general  
C219B.4  Able to learn theory and practical situations by accompanying task during the period 
Fifth Semester  
Sl. No  Course Title  Course Code  CO No.  Course Outcomes(CO) 
1  Transmission and Distribution  21EE51  C3031.1  Able to explain the importance of transmission and distribution systems, types of insulators, analyse & compute the parameters of transmission lines 
C301.2  Able to assess the performance of the overhead line, interpret corona & use of underground cables  
C301.3  Able to explain the classification of types of distribution system examine its quality & reliability  
2  Control Systems  21EE52  C302.1  Analyse and model electrical and mechanical system using analogous 
C302.2  Formulate triangular functions using block diagram and signal flow graphs  
C302.3  Analyse the stability of control systems ability to determine transient and steady state time response  
C302.4  Illustrate the performance of a given system in time and frequency domains ,stability analysis  
C302.5  Discuss stability analysis using Bode, Nyquist plot design and compensator for a given specification  
3  Power System Analysis  1  21EE53  C303.1  Able to model the power system components & construct PU impedance diagram of power system 
C303.2  Able to analyse 3 phase symmetrical faults on power system  
C303.3  Able to compute unbalanced phasor in terms of sequence components & vice versa & also develop sequence networks  
C303.4  Able to develop various unsymmetrical faults in power system  
C303.5  Able to examine dynamics of sync. Machines & determine the power system stability  
4  Power Electronics  21EE54  C304.1  Able to explain the applications of power electronics, different types of power semiconductor devices, their switching characteristics, power diode characteristics, types, their operation and effects, design and analysis of single phase diode rectifier circuits. 
C304.2  Able to understand and remember different power transistors, their steady state and switching characteristics and limitations.  
C304.3  Able to remember different types of Thyristors, design and analyse their gate characteristics and gate control requirements.  
C304.4  Able to design & analyse techniques, performance parameters and characteristics of controlled rectifiers and Voltage controllers.  
C304.5  Able to design & analyse DC DC, DC AC converters.  
5  Power Electronics Laboratory  21EEL55  C305.1  Able to obtain static characteristics of semiconductor devices to discuss their performance 
C305.2  Able to trigger the SCR by different methods  
C305.3  Able to verify the performance of single phase controlled full wave rectifier and AC voltage controller with R and RL loads  
C305.4  Able to control the speed of a dc motor, universal motor and stepper motors  
C305.5  Able to verify the performance of single phase controlled full bridge inverter connected to resistive load.  
6  Research Methodology &Intellectual Property Rights  21RMI56  C306.1  Able to understand the meaning of research and ethics in engineering research 
C306.2  Able to understand the procedure of Literature Review, attributions and Citations  
C306.3  Able to Understand the fundamentals of patent laws and drafting procedure  
C306.4  Able to Understanding the laws and subject matters related to copyrights and basic principles of Industrial Design  
C306.5  Able to Understanding Geographical Indications of India, Study interesting Case Studies on Patents and Schemes and Programmes related to IP Organizations In India.  
7  Environmental Studies  21CIV57  C307.1  Able to understand the principles of ecology and environmental issues that apply to air, land, and water issues on a global scale, 
C307.2  Able to develop critical thinking and/or observation skills, and apply them to the analysis of a problem or questions related to the environment.  
C307.3  Able to apply their ecological knowledge to illustrate and graph a problem and describe the realities that managers face when dealing with complex issues.  
8  Energy Audit project  21EEP583  C308.1  Able to analyze the data collected for energy audit of a building or industry or organization 
C308.2  Able to perform comparative analysis with and without energy audit  
C308.3  Able to analyze the energy saving measures to be considered with economy considerations  
C308.4  Able to analyze in a systematic way, think better, and perform better. 
Sixth Semester  
Sl. No  Course Title  Course Code  CO No.  Course Outcomes(CO) 
1  Management and Entrepreneurship  21EE61  C311.1  Able to explain the field of management, task of the manager, planning and steps in decision making 
C311.2  Able to discuss the structure of organization, importance of staffing, leadership styles, modes of communication, and techniques of coordination and importance of managerial control in business.  
C311.3  Able to explain the concepts of entrepreneurship and a businessman’s social responsibilities towards different groups  
C311.4  Able to understand the role of SSI’s in the development of country and state/central level institutions/ agencies supporting business enterprises.  
C311.5  Able to discuss the concepts of project management, capital budgeting, project feasibility studies, need for project report and new control techniques.  
2  Power System Analysis  2  21EE62  C312.1  Able to formulate Network Matrices and model for solving Load flow problems 
C312.2  Able to perform steady state power flow analysis using numerical iterative techniques  
C312.3  Able to analyse issues of economic load dispatch and Unit commitment Problems  
C312.4  Able to analyse SC faults in power system Networks using Bus impedance matrix and Apply point by point method and Range kutta method to solve swing equation.  
3  Signals and Digital Signal Processing  21EE63  C313.1  Able to discuss classification and basic operation that can be performed on both continuous and discrete time signals. 
C313.2  Able to evaluate DFT of a sequence and convolution of two sequences to determine the output sequence.  
C313.3  Able to evaluate the DFT of a sequence using fast methods.  
C313.4  Able to design Butterworth and Chebyshev IIR digital filters and FIR filters using different techniques.  
C313.5  Able to develop different structures for IIR and FIR filters.  
4  Sensors and Transducers  21EE641  C314.1  Ability to classify transducers ,working of transducers and sensors and selection of sensor technology 
C314.2  Ability to analyze the signal conditioning signal conditioning equipment, data transmission & telemetry and illustrate different configuration of data Acquisition system and data conversion.  
C314.3  Ability to measure nonelectrical quantities temperature, flow, speed, force, torque, power and viscosity.  
5  Introduction to Cyber Security  21CS653  C315.1  Able to Describe the cybercrime terminologies 
C315.2  Able to Analyze cybercrime in mobiles and wireless devices along with the tools for Cybercrime and prevention  
C315.3  Able to Analyze the motive and causes for cybercrime, cybercriminals, and investigators  
C315.4  Able to Apply the methods for understanding criminal case and evidence, detection standing criminal case and evidence  
6  Introduction to Database Management Systems  21EE652  C315.1  Able to Identify, analyze and define database objects, enforce integrity constraints on a database using RDBMS 
C315.2  Able to Use Structured Query Language (SQL) for database manipulation  
C315.3  Able to Design and build simple database systems  
C315.4  Able to Develop application to interact with databases  
7  Digital Signal Processing Laboratory  21EEL66  C316.1  Able to conduct the sampling of signals in time and frequency domains. 
C316.2  Able to evaluate the impulse response of a system.  
C316.3  Able to obtain the convolution of given sequences to evaluate the response of a system.  
C316.4  Able to compute the DFT and IDFT of a given sequence using the basic definition and/or fast methods.  
C316.5  Able to provide a solution for a given difference equation.  
C316.6  Able to design and implement IIR and FIR filters.  
8  Mini Project  21EEMP67  C317.1  Students will be able to practice acquired knowledge within the chosen area of technology for project development. 
C317.2  Able to Identify, discuss and justify the technical aspects of the chosen project with a comprehensive and systematic approach.  
C317.3  Able to Reproduce, improve and refine technical aspects for engineering projects.  
C317.4  Able to Work as an individual or in a team in development of technical projects.  
C317.5  Able to Communicate and report effectively project related activities and findings 
Seventh Semester  
Sl. No  Course Title  Course Code  CO No.  Course Outcomes(CO) 
1  High Voltage and Power System Protection  21EE71  C401.1  Able to apply the knowledge of dielectric property for insulation, it’s performances as per Standards and High voltage application in power system Equipment’s 
C401.2  Able to analyze the circuits of high voltages, high currents in Generation and Measurements  
C401.3  Able to apply relays to the power system protection.  
C401.4  Able to discuss the construction, operating principles and performances of circuit breaker  
C401.5  Able to discuss protection of generators, motors, Transformer and Bus Zone Protection  
C401.6  Able to describe the causes of over voltages and their remedial measures.  
2  Power System Operation and Control  21EE72  C402.1  Able to describe various level of controls in Power system, architecture and configuration 
C402.2  Able to develop &analyse mathematical model of ALFC,AGC interconnected power system  
C402.3  Able to discuss the control of voltage, reactive power and voltage collapse  
C402.4  Able to explain security, contingency analysis, State estimation of power system  
3  Electric Vehicle Technologies  21EE724  C403.1  Able to explain the basics of Electric and Hybrid Electric vehicles, their architecture, technologies and Fundamentals 
C403.2  Able to explain the use of different energy storage devices used for hybrid electric vehicles, their technologies and control and select appropriate technology  
C403.3  Able to analyse the use of different power converter topology and develop the electric propulsion unit and its control for Electric vehicle application.  
C403.4  Able to design of Series Hybrid Electric Drive Train and Parallel Hybrid Electric Drive Train Vehicles.  
C403.5  Able to design converters for battery charging and explain transformer less topology.  
4  Industrial Drives and Applications  21EE734  C403.1  Able to explain the advantages, choice and control of electric drive 
C403.2  Able to explain the dynamics, generating and motoring modes of operation of electric drives  
C403.3  Able to explain the selection of motor power rating to suit industry requirements  
C403.4  Able to analyse the performance & control of DC motor drives using controlled rectifiers  
C403.5  Able to analyse the performance & control of converter fed Induction motor, synchronous motor & stepper motor drives  
5  Introduction to AIML  21CS752  C405.1  Able to design intelligent agents for solving simple gaming problems 
C405.2  Able to have a good understanding of machine leaning in relation to other fields and fundamental issues and Challenges of machine learning  
C405.3  Able to understand data and applying machine learning algorithms to predict the outputs.  
C405.4  Able to model the neuron and Neural Network, and to analyze ANN learning and its applications 
First Semester (Physics Cycle)  
Sl. No  Course Title  Course Code  CO No.  Course Outcomes(COs): The students will be able to 
1  Calculus and linear Algebra  18MAT11  C101.1  Apply the knowledge of calculus to solve problems related to polar curves and in determining the bentness of curve. 
C101.2  Learn the notion of partial differentiation, calculate rates of change of multivariate functions and solve problems related to composite functions and Jacobians  
C101.3  Apply the concept of change of order of integrations and variables to evaluate multiple integrals and their usage in computing the area and volumes.  
C101.4  Solve first order linear/nonlinear differential equations analytically using standard methods  
C101.5  Make use of matrix theory for solving system of linear equations and compute Eigen values and Eigen vectors required for matrix diagonalization process.  
2  Engineering Physics  18PHY12  C102.1  Understand various types of oscillations and their implications, the role of Shock waves in various fields. 
C102.2  Recognize the elastic properties of materials for engineering  
C102.3  Realize the interrelation between time varying electric field and magnetic field, the transverse nature of the EM waves and their role in optical fiber communication  
C102.4  Compute Eigen values, Eigen functions for a particle using Time independent 1D Schrodinger’s wave equation. Apprehend the principle of laser, working of different types of lasers and applications  
C102.5  Understand various electrical and thermal properties of materials like conductors, semiconductors and dielectrics using different theoretical models  
3  Basic Electrical engineering  18ELE13  C103.1  Analyse Basic DC and AC Electric Circuits 
C103.2  Able to Explain the principle of operation, construction of 1 phase transformer, AC and DC machines  
C103.3  Able to explain the concept of wiring, protective devices and earthing  
4  Elements of Civil Engineering & Mechanics  18CIV14  C104.1  Mention the applications of various fields of Civil Engineering. 
C104.2  Compute the resultant of given force system subjected to various loads.  
C104.3  Comprehend the action of Forces, Moments and other loads on systems of rigid bodies and compute the reactive forces that develop as a result of the external loads.  
C104.4  Locate the Centroid and compute the Moment of Inertia of regular and builtup sections  
C104.5  Express the relationship between the motion of bodies and analyse the bodies in motion  
5  Engineering Graphics  18EGDL15  C105.1  Able to understand and visualize the Points, lines and planes with manual and computer aided drafting 
C105.2  Able to analyze the shape and size of different of Solids using orthographic projections by manual and computer aided tool  
C105.3  Able to create 3D isometric view of objects and development of lateral surfaces and truncated shapes of the solids by manual and solid edge software.  
6  Engineering Physics Lab  18PHYL16  C106.1  Recall the concepts of interference of light, diffraction of light, Fermi energy 
C106.2  Understand the principles of operations of optical fibers and semiconductor devices such as photodiode, and NPN transistor, and frequency response of LCR circuits  
C106.3  Determine elastic modulii and moment of inertia of given materials with the help of suggested procedures  
C106.4  Gain practical knowledge of Magnetic field intensity due to current and spring constant of a spring.  
C106.5  Understand the importance of measurement procedure, honest recording and representing the data, reproduction of final results  
7  Basic Electrical Engg. Lab  18ELEL17  C107.1  Identify the common electrical components used for conducting experiments and verify the Kirchhoff’s law for basic DC circuits 
C107.2  Compare power factor of lamps and also study the effect of open & short circuits  
C107.3  Determine impedance of an electrical circuits and analyse phase and line quantities with power consumed in a star and delta 3 phase load  
C107.4  Determine earth resistance and understand two way and three way control of lamps  
8  Technical English  I  18EGH18  C108.1  Use grammatical English and essentials of language skills and identify the nuances phonetics, intonation and flawless pronunciation 
C108.2  Implement English vocabulary at command and language proficiency, Identify common errors in spoken and written communication  
C108.3  Understand and improve the nonverbal communication and kinesics, Perform well in campus recruitment, engineering and all other general competitive exams 
Second Semester (Chemistry Cycle)  
Sl. No  Course Title  Course Code  CO No.  Course Outcomes(CO) 
1  Advanced Calculus and Numerical methods  18MAT21  C111.1  Illustrate the applications of multivariate calculus to understand the solenoidal and irrotational vectors and also exhibit the inter dependence of line, surface and volume integrals. 
C111.2  Demonstrate various physical model throughout higher order differential equations and solve such linear ordinary differential equations .  
C111.3  Construct a variety of partial differential equations and solution by Exact methods, Bernoulli D.E and Variable separable method.  
C111.4  Explain the applications of infinite series and obtain series solution of ordinary differential equations.  
C111.5  Apply the knowledge of Numerical Methods to solve problems arising in physics and engineering.  
2  Engineering Chemistry  21CHE22  C112.1  Impart the basic knowledge of chemistry and its principles involved in electrochemistry, energy storage devices and its commercial applications. 
C112.2  Understand the basic principles of corrosion and its prevention, metal finishing and its technological importance  
C112.3  Master the knowledge of synthesis, properties and utilization of engineering materials like polymers & Nano materials.  
C112.4  Apply the knowledge of Green Chemistry principles for production of chemical compounds. understanding the concepts of alternative energy sources  
C112.5  Understand the basic concepts of water chemistry & theory, basic principle and applications of volumetric analysis and analytical instruments.  
3  C Programming for Problem Solving  18CPS23  C113.1  Illustrate simple algorithms from the different domains such as mathematics , Physics, etc. 
C113.2  Construct a programming solution to the given problem using C  
C113.3  Identify and correct the syntax and logical errors in C programs.  
C113.4  Modularize the given problem using functions & structures.  
4  Basic Electronics  18ELN24  C114.1  Describe the operation of diodes, BJT, FET and operational amplifiers. 
C114.2  Design and explain the construction of rectifiers, regulators, amplifiers and oscillators  
C114.3  Describe general operational principles of SCR and its application  
C114.4  Explain the different number system and their conversions and construct simple combinational and sequential logic circuits using FlipFlops.  
C114.5  Describe the basic principle of operation of communication system and mobile phones.  
5  Elements of Mechanical Engineering  18ME25  C115.1  Student shall identify different sources of energy & their conversion process & explain the working principle of hydraulic, pumps, IC engines & refrigeration 
C115.2  Student shall recognize various metal joining processes & power transmission elements also understand the properties of common engineering materials & their applications  
C115.3  Student shall discuss the working of conventional machine tools, machining processes, tools & accessories.  
6  Engineering Chemistry Laboratory  18CHEL26  C116.1  Handle different types of instruments for analysis of materials using small quantities of materials involved for quick and accurate results. 
C116.2  Analyse different types of titrations for estimation of concerned in materials using comparatively more quantities of materials involved for good results  
C116.3  Demonstrate technical information by means of oral presentations and written reports/records as a team.  
7  C Programming Laboratory  18CPL27  C117.1  Write Algorithms, flowchart and program for simple problems 
C117.2  Correct syntax and logical errors to execute a program.  
C117.3  Write iterative and wherever possible recursive programs.  
C117.4  Demonstrate use of functions, arrays, strings, structures and pointers in problem solving.  
8  Technical English  II  18EGH28  C118.1  Identify common errors in spoken and written communication, Get familiar with English vocabulary and language proficiency 
C118.2  Improve nature and style of sensible writing and acquire employment and workplace communication skills, Improve their technical communication skills through technical reading and writing practices  
C118.3  Perform well in campus recruitment, engineering and all other general competitive exams. 
Third Semester  
Sl. No  Course Title  Course Code  CO No.  Course Outcomes(CO) 
1  Transform, Calculus, Fourier Series & Numerical Techniques  18MAT31  C201.1  Use Laplace Transform and Inverse Laplace Transform in Solving Differential Equation in Network Analysis, Control System and other fields of Engineering 
C201.2  Demonstrate Fourier Series to study the behaviour of periodic function and their Applications in system communications and digital Signal Processing and Field Theory  
C201.3  Make use of Fourier Transform and Z Transformsto illustrate the functin arising in wave and heat propagation, signals and systems  
C201.4  Solve the first and second order ordinary DE arising in Engineering problems using single step aand multistep numerical Methods  
C201.5  Determine the external of functional using calculus of variation and solve problems arising in dynamics of rigid bodies and Vibrational Analysis  
2  NETWORK THEORY  18EC32  C202.1  Determine currents and voltages using source transformation/ source shifing/mesh/nodal analysis and reduce given network using stardelta transformation/sourse transforamtion/source shifting 
C202.2  Solve network problems by applying Superposition/ Reciprocity/Thevenin's/Norton's/Maximux power transfer/Millman's network Theorems  
C202.3  Calculate current and voltages for the given circuit under transient conditions.  
Apply Laplace transform to solve the given network  
C202.4  Evaluate for RLC elements/ frequency response related parameters like resonant frequency,quality factor,half power fequencies,voltage across inductor and capacitor,current through the RLC elements in resonant circuits and Solve the given network using specified two port network parameter like Z or Y or Tor h  
3  ELECTRONIC DEVICES  18EC33  C203.1  Understand the Principles of Semiconductor Physics 
C203.2  Analyze the characteristics of different types of semiconductor devices  
C203.3  Analyze the fabrication process of semiconductor devices  
C203.4  Creating the mathematical models of semiconductor junctions and MOS transistors for circuits and systems  
4  DIGITAL SYSTEM DESIGN  18EC34  C204.1  Able to explain the concept of combinational and sequential logic circuits. 
C204.2  Able to design the combinational logic circuits.  
C204.3  Able to design the sequential circuits using SR, JK, D, T flipflops and Mealy & Moore machines  
C204.4  Able to design applications of Combinational & Sequential Circuits.  
5  COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND ARCHITECTURE  18ECL35  C205.1  Able to explain the basic organization of a computer system 
C205.2  Able to describe the addressing modes, instruction formats and program control statement  
C205.3  Able to Describe the different ways of accessing input/output device including interrupts  
C205.4  Able to Illustrate the organization of different types of semiconductor and other secondary storage memories. simple processor organization based on hardwired control and microprogrammed control  
6  POWER ELECTRONICS AND INSTRUMENTATION  18EC36  C206.1  Able to Build and test circuits using power electronic devices. 
C206.2  Able to Analyze and design controlled rectifier, DC to DC converters, DC to AC inverters and SMPS  
C206.3  Able to define instrument errors.  
C206.4  Able toDevelop circuits for multirange Ammeters, Voltmeters and Bridges to measure passive component values and frequency.  
C206.5  Able to Describe the principle of operation of Digital instruments and PLCs.  
C206.6  Able to use Instrumentation amplifier for measuring physical parameters.  
7  ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND INSTRUMENTATION LABORATORY  18ECL37  C207.1  Able to recognize and demonstrate functioning of semiconductor power devices 
C207.2  Able to evaluate the characters,switching,power conversion and control by semi conductor power devices  
C207.3  Able to analyse the response and plot the characteristics of transducers such as LDR,photodiode etc.,  
C207.4  Able to design and test simple electronics circuit for the measurement of temperature and resistance  
C207.5  Able to use circuit simulation software for the implementation and characterization of electronics circuit and devices  
8  DIGITAL SYSTEM DESIGN LABORATORY  18ECL38  C208.1  Design, realize and verify De morgan's theorem, SOP and POS forms 
C208.2  Demonstarte the truth table of various expressions and combinational circuits using logic gates.  
C208.3  Design various combinational circuits such as adder, comparators, subtractors, multiplexers and demultiplexer  
C208.4  Construct flipflops, counters and shift registers  
C208.5  Simulate serial adder and Binary multiplier  
9  CONSTITUTION OF INDIA, PROFESSIONAL ETHICS AND CYBER LAW (CPC)  18CPC39/49  C209.1  Able to have constitutional knowledge and legal literacy 
C209.2  Able to understand Engineering and professional ethics and reponsibilities of engineers  
C209.3  Able to understand the cybercrimes and cyber laws for cyber safety measures 
Fourth Semester  
Sl. No  Course Title  Course Code  CO No.  Course Outcomes(CO) 
1  COMPLEX ANALYSIS, PROBABILITY AND STATISTICAL METHODS  18MAT41  C211.1  Use the concept of analytic function and complex potential to solve the problem arising in Electromagnetic Theory 
C211.2  Utilize conformal transformation and complex integral arising in aerofoil theory, fluid flow visualization and image processing  
C211.3  Apply discrete and continous probability distribution in analysing the probability model arising in engineering field  
C211.4  Apply discrete and continous probability distribution in analysing the probability model arising in engineering field  
C211.5  Construct joint probability distribution and demonstrate the validity of testing of Hypothesis  
2  ANALOG CIRCUITS  18EC42  C212.1  Able to understand the characterstics of BJT and FET 
C212.2  Able to design and analyze BJT and FET amplifier circuits  
C212.3  Able to design sinusoidal and nonsinusoidal oscillators  
C212.4  Able to undestand the functioning of linear ICs  
C212.5  Able to design linear IC based Circuits  
3  CONTROL SYSTEMS  18EC43  C213.1  Develop the mathematical model of mechanical and electrical systems. 
C213.2  Develop transfer function for a given control system using block diagram reduction techniques and signal flow graph method.  
C213.3  Detremine the time domain specifications for first and second order systems.  
C213.4  Determine the stability os a system in the time domain using RH criterion and root locus technique.  
C213.5  Detremine the s stability of a system in the frequency domain using Nyquist and bode plots  
4  ENGINEERING STATISTICS and LINEAR ALGEBRA  18EC44  C214.1  Able to analyze and evaluate single and multiple Random Variables 
C214.2  Able to identify and associate Random Variables and Random process in communication events  
C214.3  Able to analyze and model the Random events in typical communication events to extract quantitative statistical parameters  
C214.4  Able to analyze and model typical signal sets in terms of a basis function set of amplitude, phase and frequency  
C214.5  Able to demonstrate by way of simulation or emulation the case of analysis employing basis functions, statistical representation and eigen values  
5  SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS  18EC45  C215.1  Classify the signals as continuous/discrete, periodic/aperiodic, even/odd, energy/power and deterministic/random signals. 
C215.2  Determine the linearity, causality, timeinvariance and stability properties of continuous and discrete time systems.  
C215.3  Compute the response of a Continuous and Discrete LTI system using convolution integral and convolution sum.  
C215.4  Determine the spectral characteristics of continuous and discrete time signal using Fourier analysis.  
C215.5  Compute Ztransforms, inverse Z transforms and transfer functions of complex LTI systems.  
6  MICROCONTROLLER  18EC46  C216.1  Explain the difference between Microprocessors & Microcontrollers, Architecture of 8051 Microcontroller, Interfacing of 8051 to external memory and Instruction set of 8051. 
C216.2  Write 8051 Assembly level programs using 8051 instruction set.  
C216.3  Explain the Interrupt system, operation of Timers/Counters and Serial port of 8051  
C216.4  Write 8051 Assembly language program to genearet square wave on 8051 I/O port pin using interrupt and C programme to send & receive serial data using 8051 serial port  
C216.5  Interface simple switches, simple LEDs, ADC 0804, LCD and Stepper Motor to 8051 using 8051 I/O ports.  
7  MICROCONTROLLER LABORATORY  18ECL47  C217.1  Enhance Programming Skills Using Assembly Language and C 
C217.2  Write Assemble Language Programs in 8051 for solving simple Problems that manipulate input data using different instructions of 8051  
C217.3  Interface different Input Output Devices uisng 8051 and control them using Assembly Language Program  
C217.4  Interface Serial devices to 8051 and do serial transfer using C Programming  
C217.5  Develop Applications based on Micrcontroller 8051  
8  ANALOG CIRCUITS LABORATORY  18ECL48  C218.1  Design analog circuits using BJT/FETs and evaluate their performance characteristics. 
C218.2  Design analog circuits using OPAMPs for different applications  
C218.3  Simulate and analyze analog circuits that usesICs for different electronic applications.  
C218.4  Simulate Haif wave and Full wave rectifier  
C218.5  Simulate RC Phase shift oscillator and Hartley oscillator 
Fifth Semester  
Sl. No  Course Title  Course Code  CO No.  Course Outcomes(CO) 
1  TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION MANAGEMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP  18ES51  C301.1  Understand the fundamental concept of management and entrepreneurship and opportunities in order to setup a business 
C301.2  Describe the functions of managers, Entrepreneurs and their social responsibilties  
C301.3  Understand the components in developing business plan  
C301.4  Awareness aboutr various sources of funding and institutions supporting entrepreneurs  
2  DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING  18EC52  C302.1  Able to determine response of LTI systems using time domain and DFT techniques 
C302.2  Able to compute DFT of real and complex discrete time signals  
C302.3  Able to computation of DFT using FFT algorithms and linear filtering approach  
C302.4  Able to design and realize FIR and IIR digital filters  
C302.5  Able to understand the DSP processor architecture  
3  PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS  18EC53  C303.1  Ability to analyse and compute performance of AM and FM modulation in presence of noise at the receiver 
C303.2  Ability to analyse and compute performance of digital formatting processes with quantization noise  
C303.3  Ability to multiplex digitally formatted signals at transmitter and demultiplex the d and reconstruct finally formatted signals at the receiver  
C303.4  Ability to design and demonstrate the use of digital formatting in multiplexers, vocoders and video transmission  
4  INFORMATION THEORY and CODING  18EC54  C304.1  Ability to Explain concept of Dependent & Independent Source, measure of information, Entropy, Rate of Information and Order of a source. 
C304.2  Ability to Represent the information using Shannon Encoding, Shannon Fano, Prefix and Huffman Encoding Algorithms.  
C304.3  Ability to Model the continuous and discrete communication channels using input, output and joint probabilities.  
C304.4  Ability to Determine a codeword comprising of the check bits computed using Linear Block codes, cyclic codes & convolutional codes.  
C304.5  Ability to Design the encoding and decoding circuits for Linear Block codes, cyclic codes, convolutional codes and Golay codes.  
5  ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES  18EC55  C305.1  Evaluate problems on electrostatic force, electric field duetopoint, linear, volume charges by applying conventional methods and charge in a volume. 
C305.2  Apply Gauss law to evaluate Electric fields due to different charge distributions and Volume Charge distribution by using Divergence Theorem.  
C305.3  Determine potential and energy with respect to point charge and capacitance using Laplace equation and Apply BiotSavart's and Ampere's laws for evaluating Magnetic field for different current configurations  
C305.4  Calculate magnetic force, potential energy and Magnetization with respect tomagnetic materials and voltage induced in electric circuits.  
C305.5  Apply Maxwell's equations for time varying fields, EM waves in free space and conductors and Evaluate power associated with EM waves using Poynting theorem  
6  Verilog HDL  18EC56  C306.1  write verilog programs in gate ,dataflow(RTL),behavioral and switch modelling levels of abstraction 
C306.2  design and verify the functionality of digital cicuit system using test bench  
C306.3  identify the suitable abstraction level for a particular digital design  
C306.4  write programs more effectively using verilog taks,function and directives  
C306.5  perform timing delay simulation and interpret the variuos constructs in logic synthesis  
7  DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING LABORATORY  18ECL57  C307.1  Understand the concepts ofanalog to digital conversion of signals anbdfrequency domain sampling of signals. 
C307.2  Model the discrete time signals and systems and verify itsproperties and results.  
C307.3  Implement discrete computations using DSP processor andverify the results.  
C307.4  Realize the digital filters using a simulations tool and analyze the response of the filter for an audio signal.  
C307.5  Writeprograms using Matlab/scilab/octave to illustrateDSP concepts  
8  HDL LABORATORY  18ECL58  C308.1  Ability to write the Verilog/VHDL programs to simulate Combinational circuits in Dataflow, Behavioral and Gate level Abstractions. 
C308.2  Ability to describe sequential circuits like flip flops and counters in Behavioral description and obtain simulation waveforms.  
C308.3  Ability to Synthesize Combinational and Sequential circuits on programmable ICs and test the hardware. 
Sixth Semester  
Sl. No  Course Title  Course Code  CO No.  Course Outcomes(CO) 
1  DIGITAL COMMUNICATION  18EC61  C311.1  Able to associate and apply the concepts of Bandpass sampling to well specified signals and channels. 
C311.2  Able to analyze and compute performance parameters and transfer rates for low pas and bandpass symbol under ideal and corrupted non band limited channels.  
C311.3  Able to test and validate symbol processing and performance parameters at the receiver under ideal and corrupted bandlimited channels.  
C311.4  Able todemonstrate by simulation and emulation that bandpass signals subjected to corrupted and distorted symbols in a bandlimited channel, can be demodulated and estimated at receiver to meet specified performance criteria.  
2  EMBEDDED SYSTEMS  18EC62  C312.1  Able to Describe the architectural features and instructions of 32 bit microcontroller ARM CortexM3. 
C312.2  Able to Apply the knowledge gained for Programming ARM Cortex M3 for different applications.  
C312.3  Able to Understand the basic hardware components and their selection method based on the characteristics and attributes of an embedded system.  
C312.4  Able to Develop the hardware software codesign and firmware design approaches.  
C312.5  Able toExplain the need of real time operating system for embedded system applications.  
3  MICROWAVE AND ANTENNA  18EC63  C313.1  Describe the use and advantages of microwave transmission 
C313.2  • Analyze various parameters related to microwave transmission lines and waveguides  
C313.3  • Identify microwave devices for several applications  
C313.4  • Analyze various antenna parameters necessary for building a RF system  
C313.5  • Recommend various antenna configurations according to the applications.  
4  DIGITAL SYSTEM DESIGN USING VERILOG  18EC644  C304.1  write verilog programs in gate ,dataflow(RTL),behavioral and switch modelling levels of abstraction 
C304.2  design and verify the functionality of digital cicuit system using test bench  
C304.3  identify the suitable abstraction level for a particular digital design  
C304.4  write programs more effectively using verilog taks,function and directives  
C304.5  perform timing delay simulation and interpret the variuos constructs in logic synthesis  
5  SENSORS AND SIGNAL CONDITIONING  18EC652  C315.1  Able toappreciate various types of sensors. 
C315.2  Able todescribe the manufacturing process of sensors. 

C315.3  Able tounderstand about the material properties required to make sensors. 

C315.4  Able to use sensors specific to the end use application. 

C315.5  Able to design systems integrated with sensors. 

6  EMBEDDED SYSTEMS LABORATORY  18ECL66  C316.1  Able toUnderstand the instruction set of 32 bit microcontroller ARM Cortex M3, and the software tool required for programming in Assembly and C language. 
C316.2  Able to Develop assembly language programs using ARM Cortex M3 for different applications.  
C316.3  Able to Interface external devices and I/O with ARM Cortex M3.  
C316.4  Able to Develop C language programs and library functions for embedded system applications.  
7  COMMUNICATION LABORATORY  18ECL67  C317.1  Able to design and test circuits for analog modulation and demodulation schemes viz., AM, FM, etc. 
C317.2  Able to determine the characteristics and response of microwave waveguide.  
C317.3  Able to determine characteristics of microstrip antennas and devices & compute the parameters associated with it.  
C317.4  Able to design and test the digital and analog modulation circuits and display the waveforms.  
C317.5  Able to simulate the digital modulation systems and compare the error performance of basic digital modulation schemes.  
8  MINI PROJECT  18ECMP68  C318.1  Able to practice acquired knowledge within the chosen area of technology for project development 
C318.2  Able to Explore and strengthen the understanding of fundamentals through practical application of theoretical concepts  
C318.3  Able to provide students hands on experience on, troubleshooting, maintenance, fabrication, innovation, record keeping, documentation etc thereby enhancing the skill and competency part of technical education  
C318.4  Able to Identify, improve, develop and justify the technical aspects of the chosen project for societal and environmental benefits.  
C318.5  Able to simulate the digital modulation systems and compare the error performance of basic digital modulation schemes. 
Seventh Semester  
Sl. No  Course Title  Course Code  CO No.  Course Outcomes(CO) 
1  COMPUTER NETWORKS  18EC71  C401.1  Understand the concept of networking 
C401.2  Identify the protocols and services of different layers  
C401.3  Disctinguish the basic network configurations and standards associated with each network  
C401.4  Analyze a simple network and measure its parameter  
2  VLSI DESIGN  18EC72  C402.1  Demonstrate understanding of MOS transistor theory, CMOS fabrication flow and technology scaling. 
C402.2  Draw the basic gates using the stick and layout diagrams with the knowledge of physical design aspects  
C402.3  Demonstrate ability to design Combinational, sequential and dynamic logic circuits as per the requirement  
C402.4  Interpret Memory elements along with timing considerations  
C402.5  Interpret testing and testability issues in VLSI Design  
3  SATELLITE COMMUNICATION  18EC732  C403.1  Able to describe the satellite orbits and its trajectories with the definitions of parameters associated with it. 
C403.2  Able to classify the electronic hardware systems associated with the satellite subsystem and earth station.  
C403.3  Able to discuss the communication satellites with the focus on national satellite system.  
C403.4  Able to compute the satellite link parameters under various propagation conditions with the illustration of multiple access techniques.  
C403.5  Able to Illustrate the satellites used for applications in remote sensing, weather forecasting and navigation.  
4  MULTIMEDIA COMMUNICATION  18EC743  C404.1  Able to understand basics of different multimedia networks and applications. 
C404.2  Able to understand different compression techniques to compress audio and video.  
C404.3  Able to describe multimedia Communication across Networks.  
C404.4  Able to Analyse different media types to represent them in digital form.  
C404.5  Able toCompress different types of text and images using different compression techniques.  
5  ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT  18ME751  C405.1  Able to compare different form of energy sources and its availability. 
C405.2  Identify different energy storage systems and its management.  
C405.3  Understand the environment and different ecosystems  
C405.4  Analyse the environment pollution along with social issues and acts.  
6  PYTHON APPLICATION PROGRAMMING  18CS752  C405CS.1  Learn synatax and semantics and create functons in python 
C405CS.2  Handle Strings and files in python  
C405CS.3  Understand lists, dictionaries and regular expressions in python  
C405CS.4  Implement object oriented concepts in python  
C405CS.5  Build web services and handle database and network programs in python  
7  ELECTRIC VEHICLES  18EE752  C405EE.1  Able to explain the working of electric vehicles and recent trends 
C405EE.2  Able to analyze different power converter topology used for electric vehicle applications  
C405EE.3  Able to develop the electric propulsion unit and its control for its application of electric vehicles  
C405EE.4  Able to design converters for battery charging and explain transformerless topology  
8  COMPUTER NETWORKS LAB  18ECL76  C406.1  Choose suitable tools to model a network. 
C406.2  Use the network simulator for learning and practice of networking algorithms.  
C406.3  Illustrate the operations of network protocols and algorithms using Cprogramming.  
C406.4  Simulate the network with different configurations to measure the performance parameters.  
C406.5  Implement the data link and routing protocols using C programming  
9  VLSI LABORATORY  18ECL77  C407.1  Design and simulate combinational and sequential digital circuits using Verilog HDL 
C407.2  Understand the Synthesis process of digital circuits using EDA tool.  
C407.3  Perform ASIC design flow and understand the process of synthesis, synthesis constraints and evaluating the synthesis reports to obtain optimum gate level net list  
C407.4  Design and simulate basic CMOS circuits like inverter, common source amplifier and differential amplifiers  
C407.5  Perform RTLGDSII flow and understand the stages in ASIC design.  
10  PROJECT WORK PHASE1  18ECP78  C408.1  Able to analyze the problem, formulation and solution of the selected project 
C408.2  Able to develop solutions for contemporary problems using modern tools for sustainable development.  
C408.3  Able to demonstrate ethical and professional sustainability while working in a team and communicate effectively for the benefit of the society.  
C408.4  Able to understand the engineering, finance and management principles. 
8th Semester  
Sl. No  Course Title  Course Code  CO No.  Course Outcomes(CO) 
1  WIRELESS AND CELLULAR COMMUNICATION  18EC81  C411.1  Able to explain the concepts of propagation mechanisms like reflection, diffraction, scattering in wireless channels 
C411.2  Able to develop a scheme for idle mode, call setup, call progress handling, call teardown in GSM network  
C411.3  Able to develop a scheme for idle mode, call setup, call progress handling, call teardown in CDMA network  
C411.4  Able to understand the basic operations of Air interface in LTE 4G system  
2  NETWORK SECURITY  18EC821  C412.1  Able to explain Network Security protocols. 
C412.2  Able to understand and discuss the basic concepts of cybersecurity  
C412.3  Able to explain Enterprise Security Framework.  
C412.4  Able to apply concept of cybersecurity framework in computer system administration.  
C412.5  Interpret testing and testability issues in VLSI Design  
3  OPTICAL COMMUNICATION NETWORKS  18EC824  C412.1  Classification and working of optical fiber with diferent modes of signal propagation. 
C412.2  Describe the transmission characteristics and losses in optical fiber communication.  
C412.3  Describe the construction and working principle of optical connectors, multiplexers and amplifiers.  
C412.4  Describe the constructional features and the characteristics of optical Sources and detectors.  
C412.5  llustrate the networking aspects of optical fiber and describe various standards associated with it  
4  PROJECT WORK PHASE2  18ECP83  C413.1  Analyze the problem, formulation and solution of the selected project 
C413.2  Develop solutions for contemporary problems using modern tools for sustainable development.  
C413.3  Demonstrate ethical and professional sustainability while working in a team and communicate effectively for the benefit of the society.  
C413.4  Understand the engineering, finance and management principles.  
5  TECHNICAL SEMINAR  18ECS84  C414.1  Able to identify stateoftheart and futuristic technologies through selfmotivation and through collaboration with others. 
C414.2  Able to conduct a detailed literature survey and selfstudy in order to completely understand the intricacies of the chosen topic.  
C414.3  Able to conceptualize solutions built using stateoftheart technologies in terms of their architecture, design and deployment.  
C414.4  Able to identify the scope and limitations of specific technology in terms of their applicability along with a visualization of the means to grow specific technology.  
C414.5  Able to create comprehensive technical reports using relevant tools and to make oral presentation of technical topics with adherence to timeliness, clarity and such other soft skills alongside a presentable attitude and behaviour.  
6  INTERNSHIP  18ECI85  C415.1  Able to learn current technologies used in Industry 
C415.2  Able to communicate effectively and write profound technical reports  
C415.3  Able to Provide illustrations of the technology learnt. 

C415.4  Able to Provide additional information beyond the learnings during the internship out of his/her own thoughts 
Electrical Engineering is a branch that deals with the field associated with power generation, transmission, and distribution of electricity. Electrical Engineers are much in demand, both in India and abroad, with a plethora of opportunities available all around including in atomic power plants, hydel, thermal, and various nonconventional power plants. Job opportunities are ample in both private and public sectors like railways, civil aviation, electricity boards, and utility companies, electrical design and consultancy firms, and all types of manufacturing industries as well as IT and ITES industries.
Companies like ABB, Schneider Electric,Bajaj International Private Ltd, Crompton Greaves Limited, Siemens Ltd, Reliance Power Ltd, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL), Coal India Limited (CIL), Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (PGCIL), TATA Power, Centre for Electronics Design and Technology, NTPCL, KPTCL, KPCL, BESCOM, and other electric supply companies and Wipro Lighting are the biggest employers hiring Electrical Engineers in the core industry sector. TCS, Infosys, Cap Gemini, Mindtree, Wipro, Accenture, Cognizant, and others also hire electrical engineers.
Pass in PUC/10+2 Examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the chemistry/Computer science/ Electronics/Technical vocational subjects and obtained at least 45% marks (40% in case of candidate belonging to SC/ST category) in the above subjects taken together of any Board recognized by the respective State Governments / Union Territories or any other qualification recognized as equivalent there to.
The CET / COMEDK Exams (entrance exam) get over; normally the aspiring students would be able to assess their performance and seat allotment possibilities to the college of their preference. Therefore, after CET / COMEDK exams, there would be acceleration in the admission process under Management Quota.
To have assured seat under Management Quota, it is necessary to secure your seat early by complying with the terms and conditions.
Semester  Class Teacher  Official Mail ID 
III  Asma  asma.eee@dbit.co.in 
V  Ramesh Kumar V  rameshkumarv@dbit.co.in 
VII  Sharmila R S  sharmilars@dbit.co.in 