Department of First Year

Course Outcomes of Various Courses (2019-20)
101 Engineering Mathematics-I (1FY2-01)
CO.1 Apply the concept of calculus to evaluate surface area and volume of solid of revolution of various laminas.
CO.2 To analyze the different techniques for convergence of sequence and series.
CO.3 To solve the periodically extended function over the range using the concept of Fourier series.
CO.4 Analyze the various applications of function of several variables in elementary differential calculus.
CO.5 Study the multivariable functions in integral calculus and apply these concepts to evaluate integrals of curves and vector fields.
102 Engineering Mathematics-II (2FY2-01)
CO.1 Apply the computational techniques and algebraic skills essential for the study of systems of linear equations, matrix algebra, eigenvalues, eigenvectors, orthogonally and diagonalization.
CO.2 Recognize ODEs and interpret the various methods for solving differential equation of first order and first degree.
CO.3 Analyze the various applications of function of one variable in ODE of higher order.
CO.4 To solve the multivariable function using the concept of PDEs of first order.
CO.5 Study the various applications of multivariable function and solve by the partial differential equation of higher order.
103 Engineering Physics (1FY2-02)
CO.1 Students should be able to apply the principle of Wave optics for determination and analyses the properties of light.
CO.2 To apply the principle of Quantum Mechanics and solve the problem related to particle confined in different orientation and design LASER
CO.3 Students will apply knowledge of coherence of light wave in different application of light wave and use in optical fiber communication.
CO.4 Students will able to apply the scientific and engineering principles of materials science to identify the properties of material related to appropriate field of application.
CO.5 Students will apply the principle of electromagnetic theory in propagation of wave and use in communication.
104 Engineering Chemistry (1FY2-03)
CO.1 To evaluate fundamental water quality for domestic and industrial purpose so that students will be able to describe impurities present in water, boiler troubles and removal of impurities.
CO.2 To evaluate and analyze fuel quality according to energy demand for life long purpose.
CO.3  To investigate deterioration of metal through corrosion.
CO.4 To appreciate manufacturing and uses of inorganic non-metallic materials like cement and glass and to recognize and estimate various properties of lubricants in several engineering process.
CO.5 To realize mechanism of common organic reactions for various services in life long purpose.
105 Communication Skills (1FY1-04)
CO.1 Acquired knowledge of the fundamental principles of communication
CO.2 Acquired knowledge of the constituents of technical writing
CO.3 Gained competence in various forms of technical and business communication
CO.4 Display a working knowledge of the genre of poetry and to identify and describe the connection between Literature and reality.
CO.5 Acquired value-based reading genre of poetry  and enhanced verbal ability
106 Human Values (1FY1-05)
CO.1 Enable to learn and understand the essential co-relationship between 'Values' and 'Skills' to ensure persistent happiness and prosperity, which are the primary aspirations of all human beings.
CO.2 Facilitated a holistic developmental perspective towards Self(I), body and Worldly needs; via keeping equity of human values like Samman (respect), Vishwas (Trust) and Sanyam (control), Swasthya(health) based on a correct understanding of Human reality (Natural Acceptance) and Existence (Experimental validation).
CO.3 Able to understand a holistic understanding of plausible implications of technology and management models, professional ethics, production system in order to maintain universal ethical human conduct/order (like trust, loyalty)
CO.4 Able to develop appropriate technologies and management patterns to create harmony in professional and personal life.
CO.5 Able to understand Co-existence human being with nature, and mutually fulfilling human behaviour and enriching interaction with Nature.
107 Programming for Problem Solving (1FY3-06)
CO.1 To translate the flow chart and algorithms into programs (in C language).
CO.2 To test and execute the programs and correct syntax and logical errors and will develop understanding of number system.
CO.3 Apply and analyze problem related conditional branching, iteration, arrays
CO.4 To decompose a problem into functions and synthesize a complete program.
CO.5 To use pointers and structures to formulate programs & manipulation in files.
108 Basics of Mechanical Engineering (1FY3-07)
CO.1 Understand and analyze of concepts of thermodynamics and power plants.
CO.2 Able to answer the basics of pump and IC engine.
CO.3 Learn and analyze about the concepts of refrigeration and power transmission.
CO.4 Understanding of different manufacturing process.
CO.5 Learn about the engineering materials
109 Basic Electrical Engineering (1FY3-08)
CO.1 Analysis of Resistive Circuits and Solution of resistive circuits with different theorems
CO.2 Analysis of Single-Phase AC Circuits, the representation of alternating quantities and determining the power in these circuits
CO.3 Acquire knowledge about the fundamental principles and classification of electromagnetic machines
CO.4 Employ the concept of Bipolar Junction Transistor & diodes with its characteristics, working principles of semiconductor diodes
CO.5 To get an insight about the basic introduction of safety techniques of electrical equipment.
110 Basic Civil Engineering (1FY3-09)
CO.1 Introducing the students about civil engineering. Making aware students about the scope of work and scope of opportunities in government and private sector jobs.
CO.2 Surveying necessary to measure size of any object as piece of land, building and any other property, for preparing different types of plans.
CO.3 Site selection is most important. For a type of building selection of appropriate foundation based on safety as well as economy of the construction. Basic concept of R.C.C., Introduction to types of foundation.
CO.4 Introduction to Transportation Engineering; Traffic and Road Safety: Modes of Transportation as Highway, Railways, waterways and Airways; Causes of Accidents and Road Safety Measures.
CO.5 Environmental Pollution, Environmental Acts and Regulations, Water Pollution: Reuse and Saving of Water, Rain Water Harvesting. Solid Waste Management: Air& Noise Pollution: Primary and Secondary air pollutants, Global warming& Climate Change.
111 Engineering Physics lab (1FY2-20)
CO.1 Students able to apply and verify concept of interference and diffraction pattern by experiment and determine wavelength of light.
CO.2 Students will observed characteristics of laser light and apply in optical fibre communication through the experiments.
CO.3 Students will apply laws Physics and mathematics to design an instrument for measure height of tower (object) by applying optics.
CO.4 Students will identify the properties of material experimentally by applying theory of Hall effect.
CO.5 Students will apply theory of semiconductor material and observed experimentally about electrostatics and properties of conducting materials.
112 Engineering Chemistry lab (1FY2-21)
CO.1 To estimate strength of CuSO4.5H2O solution, Ferrous Ammonium Sulphate solution with the help of K2Cr2O7.5H2O solution and NaOH and Na2CO3 in an alkali mixture.
CO.2 To analyze different properties of lubricating oil.
CO.3 To analyze quality of coal by proximate analysis
CO.4 To estimate various quality parameters of water like hardness, DO, Chlorine in water.
CO.5  To understand about synthesis of common drugs.
113 Language Lab (1FY1-22)
CO.1 Acquired practical knowledge of the accurate grammatical patterns through group discussion
CO.2 Acquired knowledge about conversational and presentation skills for interviews, conferences, seminars and workshops so as to be a better speaker
CO.3 Acquired knowledge about correct pronunciation, suitable rhythmic patterns, and proper stress and intonation mechanism
CO.4 Acquired knowledge about comprehension skills based on reading and listening practical's
CO.5 Students will apply communication technique in skills
114 Human Values Activities and Sports (1FY1-23)
CO.1 To become more aware of their surroundings and nature.
CO.2 To become more sensitive to their commitment towards what they believe in human values and ethics.
CO.3 To understand holistic development and harmony.
CO.4 To understand and know about professional ethics.
CO.5 To understand about use of technology for universal sustainability.
115 Computer Programming Lab (1FY3-24)
CO.1 To correct syntax errors as reported by the compilers.
CO.2 To write decision control, iterative as well as recursive programs.
CO.3 To represent data in arrays, strings and structures and manipulate them through a    program.
CO.4 To decompose problems into functions, declare pointers of different types and use them in defining self-referential Structures.
CO.5 To create, read and write to and from simple text files and programs to input data through command line argument.
116 Manufacturing Practices Workshop (1FY3-25)
CO.1 Students will be able to use their skills during their project work.
CO.2 Students will be able to understand the practical difficulties encountered in industries during any assembly work.
CO.3 Students will be able to do simple electronic and electrical work throughout their carrier.
CO.4 Students will be able to rectify simple problem connected with pipe fittings.
CO.5 Students will be able to join or cut the work piece by using Welding techniques.
117 Basic Electrical Engineering Lab (1FY3-26)
CO.1 Able to recognize the basic electrical & electronics symbols.
CO.2 To identify the basic electronic components like resistors, inductors, capacitors, PN-diode, Zener diode, LED, LCD, BJT, photo diode, photo transistor,
CO.3 To learn the working of Induction motor and use of dc-ac converter for speed control.
CO.4 To learn for Torque Speed Characteristic of separately excited dc motor.
CO.5 To learn about three phase supply and safety devices.
118 Basic Civil Engineering Lab (1FY3-27)
CO.1 To know about Linear Measurement
CO.2 To understand about Compass Survey and levelling.
CO.3 To understand the concept of electronic surveying instruments like EDM, Total Station etc.
CO.4 To analyze quality of water by different parameters in water.
CO.5 To know about water supply Fittings and Sanitary Fittings.
119 Computer Aided Engineering Graphics (1FY3-28)
CO.1 Learn to Sketch and take field dimensions, Students ability to hand letters will improve.
CO.2 Student’s ability to use architectural and engineering Scales will increase, as well as student’s ability to produce engineered drawing will increase.
CO.3  Learn to take data and transform it into graphic drawing. Student will be able to draw orthographic projection and sections.
CO.4 Student’s ability to convert sketches into engineered drawing will increase.
CO.5 Prepare the student for future engineering positions; student will be able to draw a simple layout of building.
120 Computer Aided Machine Drawing (1FY3-29)
CO.1 To apply knowledge of basics of engineering drawing and Projection (First Angle and third Angle Projection) in actual practice.
CO.2 To understand the knowledge of Section of Solids with various industrial examples.
CO.3 To draws Rivet and riveted Joints.
CO.4 To know the differences between Screw Threads and Fasteners.
CO.5 To understands the concept of Computer aided drafting (CAD)