AUDISANKARA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY(AUTONOMOUS):GUDUR:
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
COURSE OUTCOMES
    1: Slight (Low)     2: Moderate (Medium)     3: Substantial (High)
S.NO SEM CODE COURSE NAME CO COURSE OUTCOMES CO PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8 PO9 PO10 PO11 PO12 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4
1 I YEAR 13HS101 Communicative English CO1 Learn to describe the scenic beauty of nature employing effective basic skills of English CO1                   3   1 2      
CO2 Use English Language effectively that demonstrates an understanding of the basic components of grammar CO2                   3   1 2      
CO3 Recognize the value of entertainment with morals, facing the odds to attain success CO3               2       1 2      
CO4 Acquire basic proficiency in English, writing official letters including Job Applications and Technical Reports CO4                   3   2 2      
CO5 Attain the essentials of engineering and humanitarian service CO5 1   2         2         2      
CO6 Estimate the fury of natural disasters and take proper effective measures to face them CO6             3           2      
2 I YEAR 13HS102 Engineering Physics CO1 position effects like Interference, Diffraction and to list the types of optical fibers and using optical fibers in modern communication system and medical field CO1 3 2                     1      
CO2 Summarize the concepts of lasers, different types of lasers and its applications CO2 3 2                     1      
CO3 Interpret the different crystal systems, crystal structure determination by X-rays CO3 3 2                     1      
CO4 Study Quantum Mechanics and how Quantum Mechanics is carried out in the fields like medicine and industry CO4 3 2                     1      
CO5 Describe the types of semiconductors CO5 3 2                     1      
CO6 Discuss the properties of smart materials like superconductors and nanomaterials CO6 3 2                     1      
3 I YEAR 13HS103 Engineering Chemistry CO1 Examine the hardness in the given various industrial water samples by EDTA method CO1 3 2                     1      
CO2 Investigate the alkalinity of water for various industrial effluent water CO2 3 2                     1      
CO3 Find out the dissolved oxygen in the given water sample by using winkler’s method for water quality measurement CO3 3 2                     1      
CO4 Relate the various lubricant oils its viscosity by using red wood viscometer for industrial use CO4 3 2                     1      
CO5 Synthesize the Bakelite material for industrial use CO5 3 2                     1      
CO6 Investigate the chloride ion in the given water sample by Mohr’s method CO6 3 2                     1      
4 I YEAR 13HS104 Engineering Mathematics-I CO1 Characterize  the concepts of  maxima and minima and apply them in solutions of problems CO1 3 2                     2      
CO2 Understand the concepts of curvature and use them in various engineering disciplines CO2 3 2                     2      
CO3 Evaluate areas and volumes using multiple integrals CO3 3 2                     2      
CO4 Apply the knowledge of vector differentiation and integration  in solutions of  problems CO4 3 2                     2      
CO5 Remember the concepts of differentiation and used in solutions of various types of differential equations CO5 3 2                     2      
CO6 Understand the concepts of Laplace and inverse Laplace transforms CO6 3 2                     2      
5 I YEAR 13HS105 Engineering Mathematics-II CO1 Compute the rank of matrix using Normal and Echelon form and solve the linear system of equations CO1 3 2                     2      
CO2 Calculate the eigen values and eigenvectors of the matrices CO2 3 2                     2      
CO3 Solve problems using Cayley – Hamilton theorem CO3 3 2                     2      
CO4 Determine the solutions of algebraic and Transcendental equations CO4 3 2                     2      
CO5 Apply the concept of finite differences in  various engineering problems CO5 3 2                     2      
CO6 Understand the concepts of  numerical integration and differentiation CO6 3 2                     2      
6 I YEAR 13HS106 Environmental Science CO1 Apply their knowledge in biology, physics, chemistry, earth science and economics for better understanding of earth’s environment CO1 3           3                  
CO2 Understanding the importance of natural resources CO2 3           3                  
CO3 Comprehend the environmental problems from multiple perspectives with emphasis on human modern life style and developmental activities CO3 3           3                  
CO4 Explain the inter connectedness of human dependence on earth’s ecosystems CO4 3           3                  
CO5 Understanding the value of bio-diversity & the conservation of bio-diversity CO5 3           3                  
CO6 Describe the knowledge relating to the biological systems involved in the major global environmental problems of the 21th century CO6 3           3                  
7 I YEAR 13HS107 Computer Programming CO1  Ability to design algorithmic solution to problems. CO1   2                            
CO2  Acquire knowledge about the basic concept of writing a program. CO2   2                            
CO3  Understand the role of constants, variables, identifiers, operators, and type conversions of C Language. CO3     3                          
CO4  Ability to design programs Decision making and utilizing repetition. CO4 2                              
CO5 Ability to design modular programs using functions. CO5       3                        
CO6  Concept of Array and pointers dealing with memory management. CO6 2                              
8 I YEAR 13HS109 Engineering Drawing CO1 Understand Principles of engineering drawing CO1       3         3 3     2      
CO2 Construct Conic sections using general methods and other methods CO2       3         3 3     2      
CO3 Construct Orthographic projections of Points, Lines and Planes CO3       3         3 3     2      
CO4 Construct Orthographic projections of Solids using basic drafting software CO4       3         3 3     2      
CO5 Construct Isometric projections using basic drafting software CO5       3         3 3     2      
CO6 Construct Orthographic projections from given isometric projections of an object and vice versa CO6       3         3 3     2      
9 I YEAR 13HS110 Computer Programming Lab CO1 Understand the basic concept of C Programming, and its different modules that include conditional and looping expressions, Arrays, Strings, Functions, Pointers, Structures and File programming. CO1                         1      
CO2 Role of constants, variables, identifiers, operators, type conversion and other building blocks of C Language. CO2 3                       1      
CO3 Use of conditional expressions and looping statements to solve problems associated with conditions and repetitions CO3 2 3                     1      
CO4 Structures and unions through which derived data types can be formed CO4 2 3                     1      
CO5  Make use of pointers to design applications with  efficient use of memory CO5 2 3                     1      
CO6 Design programs to create/update basic data files CO6                         1      
10 I YEAR 13HS111 Engineering Workshop and
IT Workshop
CO1 Utilize workshop tools for engineering practice  CO1 3 3 3   3               1      
CO2 Analyze and find out suitable method of fabrication of a given   simple component CO2 3 3 3                   1   1  
CO3 Employ skills acquired to provide quick fixes for routine domestic and/or industrial problems CO3 2 2 3                   1   1  
CO4 Understand the need of PC Hardware, internet & World Wide Web and office suites  CO4 3                       1   1  
CO5 Install and use different software like Windows XP, Linux, and MSOffice suite component  CO5 3 2 3 3 3               1   1  
CO6 Understand the troubleshooting techniques CO6 3 2 3 3 3               1   1  
  I YEAR 13HS112 Engineering Physics and Engineering Chemistry Lab CO1 Examine the super position effects like Interference, Diffraction and to list the types of optical fibers and using optical fibers in modern communication system CO1 3     3                 1   1  
  CO2 Evaluate the wavelength of laser source and particle size by diffraction technique CO2 3     3                 1   1  
11 CO3 Observe the stationary waves and determine the frequency of tuning fork CO3 3     3                 1   1  
  CO4 Examine the hardness in the given various industrial water samples by EDTA method CO4 3     3                 1   1  
  CO5 Investigate the alkalinity of water for various industrial effluent water CO5 3     3                 1   1  
  CO6 Find out the dissolved oxygen in the given water sample by using winkler’s method for water quality measurement CO6 3     3                 1   1  
12 I YEAR 13HS113 English Language and Communication Skills Lab CO1 Learned to use language with telling effect in everyday conversations CO1                   3   2 2   1  
CO2 Acquired the felicity of self – instruction and easy modes of language learning CO2                   3   2 2   1  
CO3 Mastered the effective way of presenting the oral presentation individually and in groups CO3                 3 3   2 2   1  
CO4 Gained the ability to effectively communicate with members of society in general and engineering community in particular CO4                 3 3   2 2   1  
CO5 Inculcated to learn native pronunciation through stress on word accent, intonation, and rhythm CO5                   2   1 2   1  
CO6 Demonstrate Knowledge and understanding Leadership qualities CO6                 1 2 3   2   1  
2 III-SEM  13HS120  PROFESSIONAL ETHICS AND HUMAN VALUES  CO1 Acquires the basic concepts of Professional ethics and human values & Students also gain the connotations of ethical theories CO1               2 3   3     1    
CO2 Knows the duties and rights towards the society in an engineering profession CO2               2 2 2 2   1      
CO3 Would realize the importance and necessity of intellectual property rights CO3               2 3 3 3   1      
CO4 Can take all the necessary precautions while conducting the experiments, which may reduce the risk CO4               2 3 3 3          
CO5 Understands the importance of risk evacuation system in reality and takes the utmost responsibility while handling the risky situations CO5               2 3 3 3   1      
3 III-SEM 13CE301  BUILDING MATERIALS, PLANNING AND CONSTRUCTION CO1 Assess the several properties of stones, bricks, cement and tiles used in construction. CO1 2       3 3 3 2   2 2   2 1    
CO2  Understand different types of brick and stone masonry in building construction CO2 2       3 3 3 2   2 2     2    
CO3 Gain knowledge on building components. CO3 2       3 3 3 2   2 2   3      
CO4 Know the various finishing’s in building construction CO4 2       3 3 3 2   2 2   1      
CO5 Exposed to finishing of buildings CO5 2       3 3 3 2   2 2       1  
4 III-SEM 13CE302  STRENGTH OF MATERIALS-I CO1 Calculate the stresses and strains in a member subjected to different loadings CO1 2 2 3   1 1         2   3      
CO2 Analyze the various beams subjected to different loads using shear force and bending moment diagrams CO2 2 2 3   1 1         2   3      
CO3 Analyze the shear and bending stress distribution in several members of different sections  CO3 2 2 3   1 1         2   3      
CO4 Compute stress in the case of torsion in springs and shafts. CO4 2 2 3   1 1         2   3      
CO5 Calculate the stresses in thick and thin cylindrical and spherical shells under different loads and directions  CO5 2 2 3   1 1         2   3      
5 III-SEM 13CE303  FLUID MECHANICS CO1 Exposed to basic principles of fluid properties, pressure measurement for various devices and calculate the hydrostatic forces for submerged conditions CO1 3 3 2     3 1     1       2    
CO2 Apply the principles of conservation of mass for fluid flow problems CO2 3 3 2     3 1     1     3      
CO3 Apply the momentum and energy equation to fluid mechanics and laminar flow problems and flow measurement applications CO3 3 3 2     3 1     1     2      
CO4 Compute the energy losses in pipes, flow parameters in laminar flow conditions and exposed to the basics of boundary layer theory CO4 3 3 2     3 1     1       2    
CO5 Apply dimensional analysis as a tool in solving problems in the field of fluid mechanics and apply the laws of similarity CO5 3 1 1     3 1     1     1      
6 III-SEM 13CE304  SURVEYING-I CO1 Understand the principles and practices of taking linear measurements. CO1 1 1 2 2   3 2 2 1 2 3   1      
CO2 Understand the angular measurements using chain and compass. CO2 2 1 2 3 2 2 2 2 1 2 3   2      
CO3 Plot a given area using plane table in the field CO3 1 1 2 2 3 3 2 2 1 2 3   2      
CO4 Understand and plot the elevations of different points in the field CO4 3 1 2 3 2 3 2 2 1 2 3   1      
CO5 Perform the calculations for computing the area and volume of survey works using fundamental principles CO5 1 1 2 2 3 3 2 2 1 2 3   3      
7 III-SEM 13CE305  ENGINEERING GEOLOGY CO1 Know the geology and the earth strata.  CO1 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 1 1 2 2       1  
        CO2 Identify the physical properties of minerals. CO2 2 1 2 3 2 2 1 1 1 2 3       1  
        CO3 Determine the various types of rocks and their properties.  CO3 1 1 2 2 3 3 2 1 1 2 3       1  
        CO4 Understand the structural patterns of various geological structures.  CO4 3 1 2 3 2 3 2 1 1 2 3     1    
        CO5 Understand the applications of geology in civil engineering. CO5 1 1 2 2 3 3 2 2 2 1 3     1    
8 III-SEM 13CE306  STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LAB CO1 Perform necessary experiments to determine the mechanical properties of materials under different loading conditions CO1 3 3 3               2         2
CO2 Analyze the experimental results for assessment of the strength of the given material CO2 3 3 3               2         2
9 III-SEM 13CE307  ENGINEERING GEOLOGY LAB CO1 Identify the various types of minerals by the method of physical properties of the specimen and some mere observations CO1       2   2         1   1 1    
CO2 Identify the rock and recognise which type of rock it is based on the mineral present in them CO2   2 2                   2   1  
CO3 Draw the structural patterns of various geological structures CO3     1     2         1   2   1  
CO4 Know the atomic structures minerals through microscopic observations CO4       2   2         1   1      
CO5 Know the different minerals present in a tock through microscopic observations CO5       2   2         1   3   2  
10 IV-SEM 13CE308  SURVEY FIELD WORK-I CO1 Compute linear and angular measurements in the field using chain and compass CO1 3 2 2 3             2     1    
CO2 Plot a given area using plane table in the field CO2 3 3 2 3             2       2  
CO3 Determine the elevations of different points in the field CO3 3 3 2 3             2     1    
11 IV-SEM 13HS117  MATHEMATICS-III CO1 Predict various probabilistic situations based on the laws of probability and random variables. CO1 2 3 1 3                   1    
CO2 Distinguish among the criteria of selection and application of Binomial, Poisson, Normal and Exponential distributions. CO2 2 3 1 3                     1  
CO3 Estimate the point and interval estimators of mean and proportion for the given Sample data. CO3 2 3 1 3                        
CO4 Apply various sample tests like Z-test, t-test, F-test and χ2-test for decision making regarding the population based on sample data CO4 2 3 1 3                     1  
CO5 Estimate the level of correlation, the linear relationship using the regression lines for the given bivariate data. CO5 2 3 1 3                   2    
12 IV-SEM 13CE401  ELEMENTS OF ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING CO1  Understand the concepts of different electrical & electronic devices CO1 3 3 3 2 2 2       2 3   1      
CO2 Analyze resistive, inductive & capacitive networks CO2 3 3 3 2 2 2       2 3   2   2  
CO3 Analyze and differentiate various electrical machines CO3 3 3 3 3 3 2       2 3   2 1    
CO4 Understand the Process of welding CO4 3 3     3     3         3   1  
CO5 Understand the concept of compressors CO5 3   3   3   3           3   1  
13 IV-SEM 13CE402  STRENGTH OF MATERIALS-II CO1 Analyse the principal stresses and strains on planes CO1 2 2 3   1 1         2     2    
CO2  Compute stress in the case of torsion in springs and shafts. CO2 2 2 3   1 1         2       2  
CO3 Determine stress in compression members. CO3 2 2 3   1 1         2       2  
CO4 Compute bending stress on columns. CO4 2 2 3   1 1         2       2  
CO5  Analyse member forces in trusses. CO5 2 2 3   1 1         2     1    
14 IV-SEM 13CE403  HYDRAULICS AND HYDRAULIC MACHINERY CO1 Design the most economical sections for open channel flow CO1 3 3 3     2 1     1       1    
CO2 Estimate formation of hydraulic jump and subsequent energy losses CO2 3 3 3     2 1     1       1    
CO3 Compute the efficiency of jets and work done for different types of blades. CO3 3 3 3     2 1     1       1    
CO4 Identify the suitability of turbines based on fundamental principles for different field applications CO4 2 1 1     2 1     1       1    
CO5 Identify the suitability of pumps based on fundamental principles for different field applications. CO5 2 1 1     2 1     1         1  
15 IV-SEM 13CE404) SURVEYING-II CO1 Understand the principles and perform the calculations involved in the usage of theodolite CO1 1 2 3 3   2 1   1 2 1     1    
CO2 Perform the calculations involved in the Tachometry in civil engineering aspects CO2 2 3 2 3   1 1   1 2 1       1  
CO3 Perform the necessary calculations involved in using principles of triangulation and trigonometry for its application in civil engineering CO3 2 3 2 3   1 1   1 2 1       1  
CO4 Compute the calculations required for setting the curves in civil engineering applications CO4 3 3 2 3   1 1   1 2 2     1    
CO5 Understand the basic concepts of GIS and advanced surveying practices CO5   1 2 3   2 1   1 2 3       1  
16 IV-SEM 13CE405 CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY CO1 Understand the concept of concrete and the component materials CO1   1   3 1 2 1       2          
CO2   Assess the required properties of concrete. CO2       3 1 2 1       2     1    
CO3 Know the importance of various tests to determine strength of concrete. CO3       2   2 1       2       2  
CO4 Understand the various types special concrete CO4         1 2 1       2       2  
CO5 Compute the mix proportions for design as per IS code CO5 2   3 3 1 2 1       2       2  
17 IV-SEM 13CE406  FLUID MECHANICS AND HYDRAULIC MACHINERY LAB CO1 Develop knowledge on the fundamental principles of fluid flow CO1 3 3 3 1     1     1         1  
CO2 Apply the laws of conservation of mass, energy and momentum to solve practical problems in fluid mechanics CO2 3 3 3 1     1     1         1  
CO3 Practically visualize the functioning and performance of hydraulic turbines and pumps CO3 3 3 3 1     1     1       1    
18 V-SEM 13CE407  CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY LAB CO1 Find the properties of bricks and cement CO1 3   3     2         2     1    
CO2 Determine the properties of aggregates CO2 3   3     2         2       1  
CO3 Identify the properties of concrete CO3 3   3     2         2         1
19 V-SEM 13CE408  SURVEY FIELD WORK-II CO1 Obtain angular measurements in the field using theodolite CO1 3 3 3 3   2       1           1
CO2 Determine the elevations of different points in the field using theodolite and total stations CO2 3 3 3 3   2       1           2
CO3 Operate the total station to take out the measurements for desired objectives CO3 2 2 1 3   2       1           2
CO4 Establish the setting out of works in the field CO4 2 2 1 3   2       1           2
20 V-SEM 13CE501  STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS-I CO1 Analyze conjugate beams CO1 3 3   2 1 1 3   1 1 1     2    
CO2 Analyze propped cantilevers, fixed beams CO2 3 3   2 1 1 3   1 1 1     3    
CO3 Analyze continuous beams subjected to different loads CO3 3 3   2 1 1 3   1 1 1     2    
CO4 Perform calculations using slope deflection method for structural analysis CO4 3 3   2 1 1 3   1 1 1     3    
CO5 Analyse different structural components using Castigliano’s theorem for indeterminate structures CO5 3 3   2 1 1 3   1 1 1     3    
21 V-SEM 13CE502  WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING-I CO1 Identify appropriate method of irrigation based on field condition CO1 2 2 2 3 1 2       2 2       1  
CO2 Estimate the moisture availability for irrigation and check the suitability of available water for irrigation purposes CO2 2 2 2 3 1 2       2 2       1  
CO3 Estimate the ground water potential based on theoretical principle. CO3 3 2 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 3     1      
CO4 Perform stability analysis for gravity and earthen dams and design of weirs/barrages permeable soils. CO4 3 2 2 3 2 3 2 2   3 2     2    
CO5 Design the irrigation canals, canal regulations structures and cross drainage structures and various components. CO5 3 2 3 2 3 2 2 2   2 2     2    
22 V-SEM 13CE503  REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES-I CO1 Design the beams using limit state method. CO1 2 2 3   1 1         2   1      
CO2 Apply the concepts of Limit state of collapse under shear and torsion CO2 2 2 3   1 1         2     2    
CO3 Design the one-way and two-way slabs CO3 2 2 3   1 1         2       2  
CO4 Design the short and long columns. CO4 2 2 3   1 1         2       2  
CO5 Design the beams using Working stress method CO5 2 2 3   1 1         2   1      
23 V-SEM 13CE504  DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES-I CO1 Design the different types of connections in steel structures  CO1 1 1 1 2 3 3         3   1      
CO2 Design of steel members subjected to compression CO2 1 1 1 2 3 3         3   2      
CO3 Design of Tension members andcolumn bases CO3 1 1 1 2 3 3         3   3      
CO4 Design of steel members subjected to bending CO4 1 1 1 2 3 3         3   1      
CO5 Design of steel beam column.

CO5 1 1 1 2 3 3         3   3      
24 V-SEM 13CE505  SOIL MECHANICS CO1 Interpret the different types and physical properties of soil. CO1 3 3 3 2 2 2       2 3     1    
CO2 Evaluate the permeability and effective stress distribution in soil.  CO2 3 3 3 2 2 2       2 3     2    
CO3 Determine the shear strength parameters of soil. CO3 3 3 3 3 3 2       2 3   1      
CO4 Analyze the stress distribution in soil. CO4 3 3 2 2 2 2       2 3     2    
CO5 Distinguish the compaction and stability of soils.  CO5 3 3 2 3 2 2       2 3       1  
25 V-SEM 13CE506  ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING CO1 Estimate the water demand for the community and assess the significance of water quality parameters CO1 2 1 1 1               1   1    
CO2 Design the sedimentation based water treatment systems CO2 2 2 2 3               1   1    
CO3 Design the filtration and disinfection based water treatment systems CO3 2 2 2 3               1     2  
CO4 Interpret the importance of sewage quality parameters and design the primary treatment units CO4 3 2 2 2               1   1    
CO5 Design the secondary treatment and sludge handling aspects of sewage treatment plant CO5 3 2 2 2               1     1  
26 VI-SEM 13CE507  GEO TECHNICAL ENGINEERING LAB CO1 Identify tools, equipment required and familiarity with experimental procedures for determinig index and engineering properties of soils CO1 3 2 2 1     2       1     1    
CO2 Perform field tests for soil investigations CO2 2 3 2 1     2       1         1
CO3 Apply field conditions for computing and analyzing the experimental data CO3 2 3 2 1     2       1         1
CO4 Infer the results and compare CO4 2 2 3 1     2       1         2
27 VI-SEM 13CE508  ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LAB CO1 Perform the different laboratory techniques for examining the water quality parameters. CO1 3 2 2 3 2 1 1   1 1 1     2    
CO2 Perform the different laboratory techniques for examining the wastewater quality parameters. CO2 2 3 3 2 1 1 1   1 1 1     1    
CO3 Analyze the laboratory data and comment with respect to permissible limits and field conditions. CO3 2 3 3 2 1 1 1   1 1 1     1    
28 VI-SEM 13CE509  BUILDING DRAWING CO1 Draw different components of buildings with appropriate sign conventions  CO1 3     2           1 2       2  
CO2 Understand the terminology used in building drawing  CO2 3     2           1 2          
29 VI-SEM 13CE601 (13CE601) STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS-II CO1 Analyse the three-hinged and two-hinged arches CO1 3 3   2 1 1 3   1 1 1     1    
CO2 Estimate the impact of moving loads on structures CO2 3 3   2 1 1 3   1 1 1     3    
CO3 Draw influence lines for analysis purpose CO3 3 3   2 1 1 3   1 1 1     1    
CO4 Analyse the continuous beams and portal frames CO4 3 3   2 1 1 3   1 1 1     3    
CO5 Understand the basics of stiffness and flexibility methods for structural loads analysis CO5 3 3   2 1 1 3   1 1 1     3    
30 VI-SEM 13CE602 WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING-II CO1 Understand importance of reservoir sedimentation in planning for water resources CO1 2 2 1 1   2 1     1         1  
CO2 Perform stability analysis for gravity and earth dams CO2 3 2 3 1   3 1     1       1    
CO3 Analyze the parameters needed in the design of weirs/barrages in permeable soils CO3 3 2 3 1   3 1     1         2  
CO4 Design the irrigation canals, canal regulation structures and cross drainage Structures CO4 3 2 3 1   3 1     1       2    
CO5 Design canals using existing theories CO5 3 2 3 1   3 1     1       1    
31 VI-SEM 13CE603  REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES-II CO1 Design the footings CO1 2 2 3   1 1         2       1  
CO2 Design the piles CO2 2 2 3   1 1         2   1 2    
CO3 Design different slabs CO3 2 2 3   1 1         2       1  
CO4 Design the stair cases  CO4 2 2 3   1 1         2     1    
CO5 Design cantilever type retaining walls   CO5 2 2 3   1 1         2   1   1  
32 VI-SEM 13CE604  DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES-II CO1 Design the Roof Trusses  CO1 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 2 1     2    
CO2 Design the Plate Girder CO2 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 2 1     3    
CO3 Design different slab bases CO3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 2 1     3    
CO4 Design theGantry Girder CO4 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 2 1     2    
33 VI-SEM 13CE605  FOUNDATION ENGINEERING CO1 Understand the several aspects of site investigations and selection of foundations CO1 3 1 1   2 2         1   1 2    
CO2 Design the shallow foundations and estimate bearing capacity of soils CO2 3 3 3 2 2 2 2       3       1  
CO3 Design the deep foundations CO3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2       3       1  
CO4 Analyze the earth pressure theories CO4 3 3 3 1 1 1 1       2   1 1    
CO5 Design the caisson and other special foundations CO5 3 2 2 1 2 1 1       2     1    
34 VI-SEM 13CE606 TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING-I CO1 Understand the road network development and Highway planning in India CO1           2   3   2         1  
CO2 Design various geometric elements of the roads based on the geographical conditions CO2   3           3   2       1    
CO3 Understand the different traffic characteristics and analyze the data CO3   3           3   2     1      
CO4 Analyze various highway materials for their suitability for highway construction CO4   3 2     1   3           2    
CO5 Apply different design methods for pavement construction CO5   3 2     1   3   2     1      
35 VI-SEM 13CE607  COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING CO1 Apply structural analysis software to analyze and design the beams, 2D and 3D frames. CO1 3 3 3 2 1     2     1       2  
CO2 Design of retaining walls and foundations using STAAD Pro CO2 3 3 3 2 1     2     1     1    
CO3 Analyze, design and draw the details of RCC and steel structural elements.   CO3 3 3 3 2 1     2     1   1      
36 VI-SEM 13CE608  HIGHWAY ENGINEERING LAB CO1 Categorize and analyze the properties of road aggregates. CO1 3   3     2         2     1    
CO2 Determine and analyze the properties of bitumen. CO2 3   3     2         2       1 2
CO3 Determine the suitability of aggregates and bitumen for pavement designs. CO3 3   3     2         2         1
37 VII-SEM 13HS122  SOFT SKILLS LAB CO1 Use English vocabulary & grammar effectively while speaking and writing. CO1       2         3 3 2     1    
CO2 Comprehend the given texts and Communicate confidently in formal and informal contexts. CO2   1   2   1     3 3 2     1    
CO3 Draft E-mails& Memos  CO3       2         3 3 2     1    
CO4 Understand the written and spoken information thoroughly. CO4   1   2   1     3 3 2     1    
CO5  Face interviews with confidence.  CO5       2         3 3 2     1    
38 VII-SEM 13CE701  ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING CO1 Design the bunkers, silos and Chimneys. CO1 2 2 3   1 1         2     3    
CO2 Design the overhead RCC water tanks. CO2 2 2 3   1 1         2     3    
CO3 Design the gantry girder. CO3 2 2 3   1 1         2       2  
39 VII-SEM 13CE702  ESTIMATION AND QUANTITY SURVEYING CO1 Estimate the various types of structures CO1 2 1     3                 1    
CO2 Estimate the quantities of different items in buildings CO2     2                       1  
CO3 Compute the overall cost of different projects in buildings, canals and roads CO3 1       3     2         1      
CO4 Prepare and write specifications and rate analysis CO4     1       2           1      
CO5 Perform valuation of the property as per the prevailing regulations CO5   1   2             2   1      
40 VII-SEM 13CE703  TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING-II CO1 Illustrate the rail network development and railway planning in India. CO1       1           1 2     1    
CO2 Analyse different technical aspects of railway junctions. CO2   1   1             1       1  
CO3 Characterise the concepts of railway Interlocking and signalling systems.  CO3       1           1 2     2    
CO4 Identify the technical issues related to planning and design of airports CO4       1           1 2   1      
CO5 Describe the technical components of harbour. CO5       1           1 2     1    
41 VII-SEM 13CE704  PRESTRESSED CONCRETE CO1 Identify the different methods of pre-stressing. CO1 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 2 1     1    
CO2 Compute the effective pre-stress including the short and long term losses. CO2 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 2 1     1    
CO3 Analyze the different losses of pre-stressing  CO3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 2 1     3    
CO4 Design prestressed concrete beams under flexure. CO4 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 2 1     2    
CO5 Design prestressed concrete beams under shear and torsion and interpret the relevant IS code provisions for prestressed concrete. CO5 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 2 1     3    
42 VII-SEM 13CE705 (13CE705) EARTH QUAKE ENGINEERING CO1 Illustrate the basics of dynamic loads and seismology CO1 3 2 1       2   2 1     1      
CO2 Interpret the different earthquake vibrations of structures CO2 3 2 1       2   1           1  
CO3 Deduce the principles of earth quake resistant design CO3 3 2 1             1       1    
CO4 Choose appropriate forces for design of buildings CO4 3 2 1       2           1      
CO5 Design the structures based on ductility considerations CO5 3 3 2       2     3       1    
43 VII-SEM 13CE706  ADVANCED FOUNDATION ENGINEERING CO1 Understand the several aspects of site investigations and selection of foundations CO1 3 1 1   2 2         1     1    
CO2 Design the shallow foundations and estimate bearing capacity of soils CO2 3 3 3 2 2 2 2       3   1      
CO3 Design the deep foundations CO3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2       3       2  
CO4 Analyze the earth pressure theories CO4 3 3 3 1 1 1 1       2   1      
CO5 Design the caisson and other special foundations CO5 3 2 2 1 2 1 1       2     1    
44 VII-SEM 13CE707 REPAIR AND REHABILITATION OF STRUCTURES CO1 Understand the various types of cracks and maintenance in R.C structures and masonry structures. CO1     2 1             1     2    
CO2 Identify requirements of serviceability and durability in concrete CO2     2 1             1     2    
CO3 Understand the various types of repairing materials to regain its strength  CO3     2 1             1   1      
CO4 Identify the damages of the structures by Non destructive testing CO4     2 1             1     1    
CO5 Understand the various techniques of rehabilitation of structures CO5     2 1             1       1  
45 VII-SEM 13CE709 (13CE709) AIR POLLUTION AND CONTROL CO1 Identify the different sources and types of air pollutants CO1       3 3 3 1 1 1   2   1      
CO2 Estimate the global impacts and metrological aspects of air pollution CO2 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1   2     1    
CO3 Use various models for available for air pollution estimation CO3 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1   2     1    
CO4 Understand the priciple and applications of several air pollutant control technologies CO4       2 2 2 1 1 1   2     1    
CO5 Get exposure to existing air emission standards, acts and role of stake holders CO5       2 2 2 1 1 1   2       1  
46 VII-SEM 13CE710 (13CE710) REMOTE SENSING AND GIS CO1 Understand technical aspects and fundamentals of Remote sensing and GIS usage CO1 2 1   3   2 1     2     1      
CO2 Understanding different photogrammetric images CO2 2 1   3   2 1     2     1      
CO3 Analyze and apply the image and spatial data analysis based on remote sensing and GIS data CO3 2 1   3   2 1     2         1  
CO4 Understanding apply the different image processing CO4 2 1   3   2 1     2     2      
CO5 Apply the RS & GIS techniques for solving civil engineering applications CO5 2 1   3   2 1     2     1      
47 VII-SEM 13CE711  DISASTER MANAGEMENT AND MITIGATION CO1 Identify the basic terms and types of disasters CO1 1     1 2 1           1        
CO2 Describe the impacts of disasters  CO2 1 1   1 2 1           1 1      
CO3 Illustrate the role of technology in handling disaster management situations CO3 1 1 1 2 2 1           1   1    
CO4 Identify the stake-holders concerned and design the different action plans for responding in case of disaster occurrence. CO4 1     1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1   1    
CO5 Evaluate the importance of education and community approach for the responsive actions to be taken in case of disaster occurrence. CO5 1     1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1        
48 VIII-SEM 13CE712  COMPUTER AIDED STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND DESIGN LAB CO1 Analyze and design continuous beam, trusses,frames&Multistorey building CO1 3 2 3 2 3 1 2     1 2   1      
CO2 Analyze and design of guesset,lacing and batten CO2 3 3 3   3 1 2     1 2     1    
CO3 Analyze and design of RCC elements CO3 3 3 3   3 1 2     1 2     1    
49 VIII-SEM 13CE713  IRRIGATION DESIGN PRACTICE LAB CO1 Analyze, design and draw the details of Ntches an weirs   CO1 3 2 3 2 3 1 2     1 2     1    
CO2 Analyze, design and draw the details of Syphon Aqueduct CO2 3 2 3 2 3 1 2     1 2     1    
50 VIII-SEM 13CE801  FUNDAMENTALS OF FINITE ELEMENTS METHODS
IN CIVIL ENGINEERING
CO1 Idealize given structure with mathematical modelling and boundary conditions. CO1 3 3   2 1 1 3   1 1 1   1      
CO2 Apply the one-dimensional approach of Finite element modelling CO2 3 3   2 1 1 3   1 1 1     1    
CO3 Analyze the trusses using Finite element approach   CO3 3 3   2 1 1 3   1 1 1     1    
CO4 Apply the two-dimensional approach of Finite element modelling CO4 3 3   2 1 1 3   1 1 1   1      
CO5 Solve multi-nodal problems CO5 3 3   2 1 1 3   1 1 1       1  
51 VIII-SEM 13CE802  BRIDGE ENGINERING CO1 Identify the various components of Bridges and their site selection CO1 3 2 2     2   2     3     1    
CO2 Design RC slab culverts  CO2 3 3 2     2   2     3     1    
CO3 Design T Beam bridges CO3 3 3 2     2   2     3     1    
CO4 Design the pier and abutments CO4 3 3 2     2   2     3     1    
CO5 Design the foundations for bridges CO5 3 2 2     2   2     3     1    
52 VIII-SEM 13CE803  GROUND IMPROVEMENT TECHNIQUES CO1 Identify the ground improvement techniques suitable for different soils.  CO1 2     2 1 2         2   1      
CO2 Assess the process of drainage and dewatering of soils under various conditions. CO2 2     2 1 2         2     2    
CO3 Evaluate the suitable procedure for the in-situ treatment of soils. CO3 2     2 1 2         2     1    
CO4 Select the suitable grouting techniques for the soils in different conditions. CO4 2     2 1 2         2     1    
CO5 Recognize the appropriate application of geosynthetics in soils. CO5 2     2 1 2         2     1    
53 VIII-SEM 13CE807  CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGEMENT CO1 Get introduced to the role of construction project managers CO1       2 1 3 3   3 3 1   1      
CO2 Plan the project to complete in schedule. CO2       2 1 3 1     3 1   1      
CO3 Get introduced to labour, materials and equipment utilization CO3       2 1   1     3 1     1    
CO4 Construct the appropriate network to solve the problem faced CO4   3 3 2 1 3 1     3 1       1  
54 VIII-SEM 13CE809  PAVEMENT ANALYSIS AND DESIGN CO1 Analyse the factors affecting the various types of pavements under application of loads. CO1 2 2 1 1             2          
CO2 Design of flexible pavement by theoretical and empirical methods. CO2 2 2 1 1             2     1    
CO3 Design of rigid pavement by IRC method and Westergaard approach. CO3 2 2 1 1             2       1  
CO4 Evaluate the pavement performance and maintenance as per IRC recommendations. CO4       2   2   1   1 2   1      
CO5 Applications of Geo-synthetics in stabilisation of highway pavements. CO5       1             1   1      
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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