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S.NO SEM CODE COURSE NAME CO COURSE OUTCOME Cos PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8 PO9 PO10 PO11 PO12 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4
1 SEM 1 16HS1101 Professional English-I CO 1 Use English Language effectively that demonstrates an understanding of the basic components of grammar. CO 1 3 3                         1  
  CO 2 Comprehend and explain different phrases in prose and poetry and respond appropriately. CO 2 3 3 3 2 2                   1  
  CO 3 Learned the technique of presenting stories with perplexing twist endings CO 3 3 2   2                        
  CO 4  Acquire basic proficiency in English, writing official letters including Job Applications and Technical Reports. CO 4 3 3 3                     1 1  
  CO 5 Apply ethical principles and learn to commit to professional ethics. CO 5 2 2 2 1 1                      
2 16HS1102 Calculus and Differential Equations CO 1 Evaluate partial derivatives for multiple integrals CO 1 2                         3    
  CO 2 Classifies the differential equations with respect to their order and linearity CO 2 3 2 3     2 2       3     3    
  CO 3 Remembering the previous knowledge of matrices to find it’s rank by different methods CO 3 3 3 2         3     3   3      
  CO 4 Apply Cayley-Hamilton theorem to find the inverse and  powers of a square matrix CO 4 3 3 2 2                   2    
  CO 5 Understand the concept of Laplace and inverse Laplace transforms CO 5         3           3 2     3  
  CO 6 Apply differentiation and integration to find the Laplace transforms of a function CO 6 3 3 2     2 3         3 3 3    
  16HS1103 Applied Physics CO 1 Understand the super position effects like Interference, Diffraction and to list the types of optical fibers and using optical fibers in modern communication system and medical field. CO 1 3 3                            
  CO 2 Summarize the concepts of LASERS, different types of LASERS and its applications CO 2 2 3 2   3                      
  CO 3 Discuss the harmonic oscillators and distinguish between mechanical oscillator and electrical oscillator. CO 3 3 2   2 3               2      
  CO 4 Study the concepts of mechanics. CO 4 3 3   2 3               2 3    
  CO 5 Discuss about the rotation of earth experimentally by Foucault pendulum. CO 5   2   1                        
  CO 6 Study the concept of  Quantum Mechanics and how Quantum Mechanics is carried out in the fields. CO 6       2 1                      
  16HS1105 Environmental Studies CO 1 Understand key concepts from economic, political, and social analysis as they pertain to the design and evaluation of environmental policies and institutions. CO 1 3                     3   3    
  CO 2 Appreciate concepts and methods from ecological and physical sciences and their application in environmental problem solving. CO 2 3 3 2       3             3    
  CO 3 Appreciate the ethical, cross-cultural, and historical context of environmental issues and the links between human and natural systems. CO 3 3               3     3   3    
  CO 4 Reflect critically about their roles and identities as citizens, consumers and environmental actors in a complex, interconnected world. CO 4 3 2 2 2   3               3    
  16ME1101 Engineering Mechanics CO 1 Draw free body diagrams and determine the resultant of forces and/or moments.(Remember) CO 1 3       3             3 3      
  CO 2 Determine the centroid and second moment of area of sections.(Understand) CO 2 3 2 2   3             3 3      
  CO 3 Apply laws of mechanics to determine efficiency of simple machines with consideration of friction.  (Apply)  CO 3 2 2 2                 3 3 3    
  CO 4 Analyse statically determinate planar frames. (Analyze) CO 4 2                       3      
  CO 5 Analyse the motion and calculate trajectory characteristics.   (Evaluate) CO 5 3 2 2   3             3 2   3  
  CO 6 Apply Newton’s laws and conservation laws to elastic collisions and motion of rigid bodies. (Create) CO 6 3 2 2   3             3 2   3  
  16HS2106 Professional English Lab CO 1 Gain better understanding of nuances of English language through audio-visual experience and group activities. CO 1                   3   2     3  
  CO 2 Developed ability on various language functions to fulfill the purpose of speaking and writing in academic and professional context. CO 2                   3   2     3  
  CO 3 Ability to communicate effectively in different formal and informal situations. CO 3                   3   2     3  
  CO 4 Understand and be able to describe the general principles of phonetics. CO 4                   3   1     2  
  CO 5 Gained the ability to effectively communicate with members of society in general and engineering community in particular. CO 5                 3 3 2 2     3  
  CO 6 Learn speaking skills with clarity and confidence which in turn enhances their employability skills. CO 6                   3   2     3  
  16HS2107 Applied Physics Lab CO 1 Examine the super position effects like Interference, Diffraction and to list the types of optical fibers and using optical fibers in modern communication system. CO 1 3     3                        
  CO 2 Evaluate the wavelength of laser source and particle size by diffraction technique. CO 2 3     3                        
  CO 3 Observe the stationary waves and determine the frequency of tuning fork. CO 3 3     3                        
  CO 4 Compare the experimental values of magnetic induction along a circular coil with theoretical values. CO 4 3     3                        
  CO 5  Investigate the radius of curvature of planoconvex lens using Newton’s rings. CO 5 3     3                        
  CO 6 Study the voltage current characteristics of semiconductor.. CO 6 3     3                        
  16ME2104 Engineering Workshop and IT
Workshop
CO 1 Ability to design and model different prototypes in the carpentry trade such as Cross lap joint, Dove tail joint.(Remember) CO 1 2 2 2 2                 3 2    
  CO 2 Ability to design and model various basic prototypes in the trade of fitting such as Straight fit, V- fit. (Understand) CO 2 2 2 2 3 2 2             3 2 2  
  CO 3 Ability to make various basic prototypes in the trade of Tin smithy such as rectangular tray, and open Cylinder.  (Apply)  CO 3 2 2 2                   3 1 3  
  CO 4 Ability to perform various basic House Wiring techniques such as connecting one lamp with one switch, connecting two lamps with one switch, connecting a fluorescent tube, Series wiring, Go down wiring. (Analyze) CO 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 2           3 2 3  
  CO 5 Ability to design and model various basic prototypes in the trade of  (Evaluate) CO 5 2 2 1   1 1                    
  CO 6 Welding such as Lap joint, Lap Tee joint, Edge joint, Butt joint and Corner joint.  (Create) CO 6 1 2 2 2 1                      
  SEM 2 16HS1201 Professional English-II CO 1 Use English Language effectively that demonstrates an understanding of the basic components of grammar. CO 1 3 3                     3      
  CO 2 Comprehend and explain different phrases in prose and poetry and respond appropriately. CO 2 3 3 3 2 2               3      
  CO 3 Learned the technique of presenting stories with perplexing twist endings CO 3 3 2   2                        
  CO 4  Acquire basic proficiency in English, writing official letters including Job Applications and Technical Reports. CO 4 3 3 3                   3   2  
  CO 5 Apply ethical principles and learn to commit to professional ethics. CO 5 2 2 1 1               1   2    
  16HS1202 Integral Transforms CO 1 Evaluate partial derivatives for multiple integrals CO 1 3                     3   3    
  CO 2 Classifies the differential equations with respect to their order and linearity CO 2 3           3             3    
  CO 3 Remembering the previous knowledge of matrices to find it’s rank by different methods CO 3 3               3     3   3    
  CO 4 Apply Cayley-Hamilton theorem to find the inverse and  powers of a square matrix CO 4 3         3               3    
  CO 5 Understand the concept of Laplace and inverse Laplace transforms CO 5 2 1                       2    
  CO 6 Apply differentiation and integration to find the Laplace transforms of a function CO 6 2 1                       2 2  
  16HS1104 Applied Chemistry CO 1 Apply the knowledge of working principle of batteries in engineering areas. CO 1 3 3                            
  CO 2 Apply the corrosion technology methods in various industrial fields for protecting from corrosion process. CO 2 2 3 2   3                      
  CO 3 Use various water purification methods in industries to utilize the water further for drinking purpose. CO 3 3 2   2 3               2      
  CO 4 Know the application and manufacture of new polymers for industrial demand. CO 4 3 3   2 3               2 3    
  16CS1101 Computer Programming CO 1  Ability to design algorithmic solution to problems. CO 1   2                            
  CO 2  Acquire knowledge about the basic concept of writing a program. CO 2   2                            
  CO 3  Understand the role of constants, variables, identifiers, operators, and type conversions of C Language. CO 3     3                          
  CO 4  Ability to design programs Decision making and utilizing repetition. CO 4 2                              
  CO 5 Ability to design modular programs using functions. CO 5       3                        
  CO6  Concept of Array and pointers dealing with memory management. CO6 2                              
  16EE1101 Basic Electrical and Electronics
Engineering
CO 1 Ability to solve transient response of series  RLC circuit through various techniques. CO 1 3       3             3 3      
  CO 2 Synthesize two port network functions. CO 2 3 2 2   3             3 3      
  CO 3 Design various types of filters in network and designing various attenuators in network. CO 3 2 2 2                 3 3 3    
  CO 4 Understand electrical principle, laws, and working of  DC machines.  And analyze the construction and characteristics and application of various types of DC generators. CO 4 2                       3      
  CO 5 Analyze the construction and characteristics and application of various types of DC motors and testing of motors according to Indian standard. CO 5 3 2 2   3             3 2   3  
  CO 6 Describe principle, construction, operation and testing of 3-phase transformer. CO 6 3 2 2   3             3 2   3  
  16HS2108 Applied Chemistry Lab CO 1 Find out the dissolved oxygen in the given water sample by using winkler’s method for water quality measurement. CO 1 2 2 2                   3 3    
  CO 2 Examine the hardness in the given various industrial water samples by EDTA method CO 2 2 2 2 2 2               2 3    
  CO 3 Predict the strength of various acids by using conductometer. CO 3 2 2 2     3 2           2 3    
  CO 4 Investigate the chloride ion in the given water sample by Mohr’s method.. CO 4 2 2 2   2 3 2           1 3    
  CO 5 Synthesize the Bakelite material for industrial use.. CO 5     2                          
  CO 6 Relate the various lubricant oils its viscosity by using red wood viscometer for industrial use. CO 6     2                          
  16CS2102 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 2                              
  CO2 Role of constants, variables, identifiers, operators, type conversion and other building blocks of C Language. CO2   2                            
  CO3 Use of conditional expressions and looping statements to solve problems associated with conditions and repetitions CO3     1                          
  CO4 Structures and unions through which derived data types can be formed CO4       1                        
  CO5  Make use of pointers to design applications with  efficient use of memory CO5     3                          
  CO6 Design programs to create/update basic data files CO6   3                            
  16ME2103 Engineering Drawing Practice CO 1 To know and understand the conventions and the method of engineering drawing.(Remember) CO 1 2 2 2 2                 3 2    
  CO 2 Interpret engineering drawings using fundamental technical mathematics.(Understand) CO 2 2 2 2 3 2 2             3 2 2  
  CO 3 Construct basic and intermediate geometry. (Apply)  CO 3 2 2 2                   3 1 3  
  CO 4 To improve their visualization skills so that they can apply these skill in developing new products.(Analyze) CO 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 2           3 2 3  
  CO 5 To improve their technical communication skill in the form of communicative drawings.(Evaluate) CO 5 2 2 1                       1  
  CO 6 Comprehend the theory of projection. (Create) CO 6 2         2             1   1  
  III-SEM 16CE1301 Fluid Mechanics CO1 Explain the importance of fluid properties and their influence on fluid motion CO1 3 2                   2        
CO2 Apply the principles of total pressure, center of pressure and buoyancy in the design ofdifferent components in hydraulic structures CO2 3 3                   2        
CO3 Utilize the principles of fluid kinematics and dynamics in different fluid flowproblems CO3 2 3                   2        
CO4 Explain the concepts of laminar flow, turbulent flow and boundary layer theory CO4 1 3                   1        
CO5 Solve various problems related to fluid flow through pipes CO5 2 3                   2        
CO6 Make use of fundamental principles of fluid motion in the measurement of flow CO6 3 2                   2        
  III-SEM 16CE1302 Strength of Materials-I CO1 Understand stress and strain concept for different loads and members. CO1 3                     1        
CO2 Illustrate principal stresses and strains acting on a structural member. CO2 3                     2        
CO3 Examine the shear force and bending moment of various beams CO3 3                     1        
CO4 Analyze bending stresses for various shapes of beam sections. CO4 3                     1        
CO5 Explain the relation among slope, deflection and moment. CO5 3                     2        
CO6 Identify slope and deflection for various beams under various loading conditions CO6 2                     2        
  III-SEM 16CE1303 Building Materials, Planning
and Construction
CO1 Explain the sources, properties and applications of common building materials CO1     1     2             3      
CO2 Demonstrate how materials are manufactured and assembled into building component parts CO2     1     2             3      
CO3 Explain materials like lime, cement, wood, geo-synthetics, bricks and stone masonry inbuilding construction and also their importance CO3     2     2             3      
CO4 Outline structural components, including foundations, slabs-on-grade, frames and elevated slabs CO4     1     2             3      
CO5 Illustrate various building components and finishing‘s in building construction CO5     2     2             3      
CO6 Illustrate the basic functions, options, and differences between building systems CO6     1     2             3      
  III-SEM 16CE1304 Surveying-I CO1 Understand the principles of surveying and duties of survivor CO1 3                     1        
CO2 Understand the methods of chain surveying and its principle CO2 3                     1       2
CO3 Understand the concepts of bearings and angles and their conversion CO3 3                     2       2
CO4 Understand the working operations of plane table survey CO4 3                     2       1
CO5 Perform leveling operations using leveling instruments CO5 3                     2       2
CO6 Determine areas and volumes using different methods. CO6 3                     3       1
  III-SEM 16CE1305 Engineering Geology CO1 Acquire the knowledge of the topographical formation, interior earth, earth process and weathering. CO1 2 2   2                 1      
CO2 Interpret the various types of minerals and assessment of its physical, mechanical and engineering properties. CO2 3 2   3                 2      
CO3 Interpret the various types of rocks and assessment of its physical, mechanical and engineering properties. CO3 3 3   3                 2      
CO4 Determine geological structures and its relevance on civil engineering projects. CO4 1 3   3                 1      
CO5 Analyze the subsurface geological structures through geophysical exploration and application with relevance to civil engineering projects. CO5 3 2   3                 3      
CO6 Assess the geological aspects of the site suitability with relevance to the design of civil engineering structures CO6 3 2   3                 2      
  III-SEM 16CE2306 Strength of Materials Lab CO1 Demonstrate the basic knowledge of the mechanical properties of materials CO1       3                       2
CO2 Estimate compressive strength of wood, concrete, brick materials and decide their suitability for the construction purpose CO2       3                       2
CO3 Evaluate the tensile strength and comment on their usage in reinforced concrete structures CO3       3                       2
CO4 Determine the impact resistance of steel used in construction works CO4       3                       2
CO5 Estimate young‘s modulus of wood/steel materials CO5       3                       2
CO6 Estimate rigidity modulus for a given spring CO6       3                       2
  III-SEM 16CE2307 Surveying Lab-I CO1 Determine the horizontal distance by chain survey under various conditions. CO1       3           3            
CO2 Use compass to find angles, bearings and inaccessible distances CO2       3           3            
CO3 Use plane table for plotting the area and find the distances. CO3       3           3            
CO4 Carryout differential leveling . CO4       3           3            
CO5 Perform longitudinal and cross sectioning of road profile. CO5       3           3            
CO6 Establish contours. CO6       3           3            
  III-SEM 16CE2308 Engineering Geology Lab CO1 Identify the properties of minerals CO1 2 2   2                 1      
CO2 Identify the properties of Rocks. CO2 3 2   3                 2      
CO3 Measure strike & dip of bedding planes. CO3 3 3   3                 2      
CO4 Interpret Geological maps. CO4 1 3   3                 1      
CO5 Identify the different structural models. CO5 3 2   3                 3      
CO6 Identify the different  Tunnel  models. CO6 3 2   3                 2      
  IV-SEM 16CE1401 Hydraulics and Hydraulic Machinery CO1 Explain the behavior of the flow in an open channels for different flowconditions CO1   3 2                          
CO2 Develop empirical relationships among physical variables involved in flow phenomenon of model and prototype CO2   3 3                          
CO3 Determine the hydrodynamic forces exerted by the fluid jet on flat, inclined and curved vanes CO3   3 3                          
CO4 Develop velocity triangles in understanding the functioning of various turbines and pumps CO4   3 3                          
CO5 Design the turbines based on different hydraulic conditions. CO5   3 3                          
CO6 Evaluate the performance characteristics of turbine and pump working under different working conditions CO6   3 3                          
  IV-SEM 16CE1402 Strength of Materials-II CO1 Understand the concept of torsion and analysis in various sections. CO1   1                   1        
CO2 Find the stresses and strains in thin and thick cylinders CO2   3                   1        
CO3 Classify  the types of springs and their applications CO3   1                   1        
CO4 Understand the strain energy method and its applications. CO4   2                   1        
CO5 Analyze  various trusses by using strain energy method CO5   2                   1        
CO6 Asses the stresses in columns & struts. CO6   2                   1        
  IV-SEM 16CE1403 Concrete Technology CO1 Demonstrate a comprehensive Overview and understanding of hydration mechanism in concrete CO1       2                 1      
CO2 Distinguish on different types of Cements & concrete CO2       3                 2      
CO3 Classification of the properties of cement, sand, coarse aggregate water & admixtures CO3       2                 2      
CO4 Interpret & understand the main operations of concreting i.e. selection ofmaterials its mix Proportioning, mixing, placing, compaction, curing & finishing CO4       2                 3      
CO5 Develop the skill of testing, supervision of concrete work & interpretation of tests results CO5       3                 3      
CO6 Perceiving & broadening the knowledge of new concrete types and their design methods, testing and applications. CO6       3                 3      
  IV-SEM 16CE1404 Surveying-II CO1 Determine the horizontal and vertical angles using theodilite CO1 3                     1        
CO2 Outline different minor instruments and their working CO2 3                     1        
CO3 Understand the trigonometric leveling and determine the elevations CO3 3                     2        
CO4 Apply the principle of tachometry in determining levels CO4 3                     2        
CO5 Understand the various components of curves and methods of establishing curves. CO5 3                     2        
CO6 Gain knowledge on advance surveying instruments and setting out works. CO6 3                     3        
  IV-SEM 16CE1405 Environmental Engineering CO1 List the factors affecting water supply and wastewater CO1 1         2           1   1    
CO2 Explain the various types of water and wastewater characteristics CO2 1         1           1   1    
CO3 Adapt a water treatment facility within a water supply system CO3 2         1           2   3    
CO4 Demonstrate the common physical, chemical and biological unit operations encountered in treatment processes CO4 1         2           2   1    
CO5 Identify various treatment techniques for water, wastewater and recycled water CO5 3         3           2   3    
CO6 Analyze available disposal options and their practical implications CO6 3         3           2   3    
  IV-SEM 16ME2306 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machinery Lab CO1  Explain the behavior of the flow in an open channels for different flowconditions CO1   3 3                          
CO2 Develop empirical relationships among physical variables involved in flow phenomenon of model and prototype CO2   3 3                          
CO3  Determine the hydrodynamic forces exerted by the fluid jet on flat, inclined and curved vanes CO3   3 3                          
CO4 Develop velocity triangles in understanding the functioning of various turbines and pumps CO4   3 3                          
CO5 Design the turbines based on different hydraulic conditions. CO5   3 3                          
CO6  Evaluate the performance characteristics of turbine and pump working under different working conditions CO6   3 3                          
  IV-SEM 16CE2406 Concrete Technology Lab CO1 Find the initial and final setting time of cement  CO1       3           1         1 2
CO2 Determine the specific gravity and compressive strength of cement CO2       3           1         1 2
CO3 Find out the slump value and compaction factor value CO3       3           1         1 2
CO4 Carryout compression test on concrete  CO4       3           1         2 2
CO5 Determine tensile strength and flexural strength of concrete CO5       3           1         1 2
CO6 Prepare the mix design as per IS code method CO6       3           1         1 2
  IV-SEM 16CE2407 Surveying Lab-II CO1 Determine the horizontal and vertical angles CO1       3           3       1   2
CO2 Determine elevations and horizontal distances  CO2       3           3       1   2
CO3 Establish a circular curve using different methods  CO3       3           3       1   2
CO4 Determine the inaccessible distances CO4       3           3       1   2
CO5 Use total station to determine remote height, distances, height between two inaccessible points CO5       3           3       1   2
CO6 Use total station for stake-out, traversing and contouring CO6       3           3       1   2
  V-SEM 16CE1501 Basics of Structural Analysis CO1 Understand the terms static and kinematic indeterminacies CO1 3 2                            
CO2 Analyze the reactions at every cross section in propped cantilevers and fixed beams for all practical loadings CO2 2 3                            
CO3 Analyze the reactions at every cross section in a continuous beam for all practical loadings CO3 2 3                            
CO4  Compute the deflections in a simply supported beams, and pin jointed trusses using Castigliano‘s theorem-I CO4 3 2                            
CO5  Determine the Static and Kinematic indeterminacy in continuous beams and trusses CO5 3 1                            
CO6  Model the determinate beams for practical moving load combinations to obtain design forces CO6 2 3                            
  V-SEM 16CE1502 Basic Reinforced Concrete Design CO1 Apply clauses of I.S.456-2000 code design specifications for different structural designs CO1     3             2       3    
CO2 Design a singly,Doubly reinforced concrete beam of rectangular cross section by using Working Stress Design philosophy CO2     3             2       3    
CO3 Design a singly, doubly reinforced beams of rectangularcross sections using Limit State Design philosophy of IS: 456-2000 codal provisions CO3     3             1       3    
CO4 Design a T and L cross sections using Limit State Design philosophy of IS: 456-2000 codal provisions CO4     3             2       3    
CO5 Design one way and two way slabs as per IS: 456-2000 CO5     3             2       3    
CO6 Apply IS: 456-2000, codal requirements of limit state philosophy related to shear bond,torsion. CO6     2             2       2    
  V-SEM 16CE1503 Soil Mechanics-I CO1 Outline the significance of geotechnical engineering. CO1   2                   2 1      
CO2 Examine and determine physical properties of soil. CO2   2                   1 3      
CO3 Analyze the hydraulic conductivity in soils due to seepage. CO3   3                   1 2      
CO4 Analyze the stress distribution due to different types of loading. CO4   3                   1 2      
CO5 Determine one-dimensional consolidation characteristics of fine-grained soils under vertical load. CO5   2                   1 2      
CO6 Determine the shear strength of soils and describe the differences between drained and undrained shear strength. CO6   3                   1 2      
  V-SEM 16CE1504 Transportation Engineering-I CO1 Understand the importance of highway development and planning CO1     2                     2    
CO2 Design the cross sections and geometric features of highway CO2     3                     3    
CO3 Assess types of stresses in flexible and rigid pavements CO3     3                     2    
CO4 Design flexible Pavement for high and low volume roads CO4     3                     3    
CO5 Design Rigid Pavement for high and low volume roads CO5     3                     3    
CO6 Build knowledge on construction methods of pavements CO6     2                     2    
  V-SEM 16CE1505 Hydrology and Irrigation Structures CO1 Identify the components of hydrological cycle CO1   1 3                          
CO2 Examine the aquifer properties and assess the yield of the aquifer CO2   1 3                          
CO3 Estimate duty and delta, depth and frequency of irrigation to improve the irrigation efficiency CO3   2 3                          
CO4 Discuss component parts of diversion head works and its design CO4   2 2 3           1            
CO5 Explain about the types of canal regulators, cross drainage works and their applications CO5   3 1 3           2            
CO6 Develop the design principles of canal regulators and cross drainage works CO6   3 3 3           2            
  V-SEM 16CE1506 Estimation, Costing and Valuation CO1 Identify, analyze and solve the complex problems that deal with estimation of buildings and pavements CO1               1     1          
CO2 Estimate cost of Civil Engineering projects CO2               3     2          
CO3 Estimate the detailed and abstract quantities of items for construction CO3               3     2          
CO4  Identify relationship between cost and quality of the construction process CO4               2     3          
CO5 Develop and administer construction contracts CO5               3     3          
CO6 Estimate the value of existing infrastructure CO6               3     2          
  V-SEM 16CE2507 Soil Mechanics Lab CO1 Organize specific field investigations including collection of soil samples for testing and observation of soil behavior/ Building damage CO1       3                 1      
CO2 Identify and classify soil based on standard geotechnical Engineering practice CO2       3                 2      
CO3 Determine physical and engineering properties of soil samples by performing laboratorytests CO3       3                 3      
CO4 Develop and implement laboratory procedures to test Geotechnical engineering concept(s) CO4       3                 1      
CO5 Analyze the behavior of soil sample under different test conditions simulating field conditions CO5       3                 3      
CO6 Compare the design parameters with those that comply with statutory regulations CO6       3                 2      
  V-SEM 16CE2508 Environmental Engineering Lab CO1 Demonstrate how to perform relevant tests in the laboratory to determine the major characteristics of water and wastewater CO1       3                        
CO2 Make use of various equipment/methods available for examining water and wastewater CO2       3                        
CO3 Identify the practical significance of the characteristics, the relevant codes of practice for examination and permissible limits for the characteristics of water and wastewater CO3       3                        
CO4 Assess the pollutant concentration in water and wastewater CO4       3                        
CO5 Choose various treatment techniques for water, wastewater and recycled water CO5       3                        
CO6 Recommend the degree of treatment required for the water and wastewater CO6       3                        
  V-SEM 16CE2509 Computer Aided Drafting Lab CO1  Create, display, and plot working drawings CO1         3         3       2   2
CO2  Construct drawings using layer techniques CO2         3         3       2   2
CO3  Construct technical drawings using a standard computer aided drafting program CO3         3         3       2   2
CO4 Identify proper templates suitable for residential buildings as per IS specifications /byelaws. CO4         2         2       2   2
CO5 Demonstrate proper detailing of RCC & electrical components of residential building CO5         2         3       2   2
CO6  Construct drawings of plan, section and elevation of residential structures CO6         3         3       2   2
  VI-SEM 16CE1601 Methods of Structural Analysis CO1 Analyze three /two hinged arches and obtain internal forces at any cross section CO1   3                         2  
CO2 Evaluate design forces in arches subjected to concentrated, distributed and varying loads CO2   3                         2  
CO3 Evaluate the forces in indeterminate frames subjected to lateral loads by using approximate methods of analysis CO3   3                         2  
CO4 Analyze statically indeterminate beams and frames using classical methods CO4   3                         2  
CO5 Evaluate the suitability of classical methods for a given structure and loading CO5   3                         2  
CO6 Evaluate statically determinate beams using matrix methods CO6   3                         2  
  VI-SEM 16CE1602 Design of Steel Structures-I CO1  Apply the basic requirements of the IS design specifications CO1     3             1       2    
CO2  Choose the suitable I.S Rolled Steel Sections for design CO2     2             1       3    
CO3 Apply the concepts of strain compatibility and equilibrium concepts to determine the strength of members made of steel CO3     2             1       3    
CO4  Design of Bolted & Welded connections between the steel members CO4     3             3       3    
CO5 Design of Steel Members subjected to Tension, Compression Flexure and combination of same CO5     3             3       3    
CO6 Design  of Lacings and Batterns for channel & angle sections. CO6     3             3       3    
  VI-SEM 16CE1603 Soil Mechanics-II CO1 Define geotechnical engineering and the process of exploration for different type of geotechnical engineering projects CO1   2 1                 1   1    
CO2 Know the importance of soil properties and design requirements CO2   1 3                 2   3    
CO3 Define the forces and activities that provoke slope failures and estimate the stability of slopes with simple geometry and geological features CO3   2 2                 1   3    
CO4 Explain and determine lateral earth pressures using Rankine‘s and Coulomb‘s methods CO4   3 2                 1   3    
CO5 Illustrate the types of retaining walls and modes of failure CO5   3 3                 1   3    
CO6  Find out the safe bearing capacity of soils CO6   3 2                 1   3    
  VI-SEM 16CE1604 Transportation Engineering-II CO1 Outline the basic principles of traffic engineering and their classification CO1     1                     1    
CO2 Understand the functions of various components in rails, air, water transport systems and their importance. CO2     1                     1    
CO3 Explain the working of various design elements used in different transport systems CO3     3                     3    
CO4 Outline the importance and requirement of ports, harbors and inland water transport CO4     1                     1    
CO5 Generate the wind rose diagram for analysis of runway design various components of runway. CO5     3                     3    
CO6 List the factors effecting selection of site for airport. CO6     3                     3    
  VI-SEM 16CE1605 Environmental Impact Assessment
and Audit
CO1  Explain the elements, factors and classification of EIA CO1   3 3     3                    
CO2 Describe the methodologies of EIA CO2   3 3     3                    
CO3 Explain the impacts of EIA in Soil and Surface water CO3   3 3     3                    
CO4 Explain the impacts of EIA on vegetation and wild life CO4   3 3     3                    
CO5 Summarize environmental objectives, types and audits CO5   3 3     3                    
CO6 Gain knowledge about various Environmental Acts & Case studies CO6   3 3     3                    
  VI-SEM 16CE1606 Municipal Solid Waste Management CO1 Outline sources, types and composition of solid waste and its implications of the production CO1   2 1     2                    
CO2 Appraise the current practices available and methods of handling, sampling and disposal of solid waste CO2   3 3     3                    
CO3 Explain on-site and off-site processing of solid waste CO3   3 3     3                    
CO4 Understand various disposal methods CO4   2 3     3                    
CO5 List out the regulatory requirements regarding municipal solid waste management CO5   2 1     2                    
CO6 List out the various elements of solid waste management CO6   3 3     3                    
  VI-SEM 16CE1607 Steel-Concrete Composite Structures CO1 Understand the concept of composite structures CO1     2             1       2    
CO2 Design the connection between composite structures CO2     3             3       3    
CO3 Design composite beam,slab & column CO3     3             3       3    
CO4 Understand the concept of sesimic behaviour of composite structure CO4     2             1       2    
CO5 Understand the concept of composite box girder CO5     2             1       2    
CO6 Understand the concept of concrete composite in buildings CO6     2             1       2    
  VI-SEM 16CE1608 Urban Transportation Planning CO1 Interpret urban transportation issues and learn the solution generation CO1   3 3                          
CO2 Develop Knowledge on Origin and Destination Surveys and Analysis of surveydata CO2   3 3                          
CO3 Build knowledge data inventory for efficient transportation planning CO3   2 2                          
CO4 Build knowledge on requirement of four stages of transportation planning CO4   2 2                          
CO5 Model the land utilization for urban transport planning CO5   3 3                          
CO6 Interpret the Traffic and Transportation Problems in Indian towns/cities CO6   3 3                          
  VI-SEM 16CE2610 Building Planning and Drawing Practice CO1 Explain various building bye-Laws laid by town planning authorities and local regulatorybodies CO1           3       2   1        
CO2 Apply techniques for effective project planning and management CO2           1       1   2        
CO3 Plan the different types of residential buildings based on the minimum requirements CO3         3 2       3   2        
CO4 Plan various public buildings like educational, office buildings and hospital buildings CO4         3 2       3   2        
CO5 Outline the detailing of components of building CO5         2 2       3   2        
CO6 Develop the building drawing as per standards CO6     3   3 2       3   2        
  VI-SEM 16CE2611 Design and Computer Aided Drafting of Irrigation Structures Lab CO1 Analyze the data given related to design of irrigation structures CO1     3             2            
CO2 Design the Components of Irrigation Structures CO2     3   3         3            
CO3 Create the Drawings of various Irrigation Structures CO3     3   3         1            
CO4 Outline the Importance of Irrigation Structures CO4     2   2         1            
CO5 Determining the effect of water pressure in designing the Bed Protective works CO5     2             1            
CO6 Assess the effect of Soil Erosion on the Irrigation structures CO6     2             1            
  VI-SEM 16CE2612 Design and Drawing of Environmental Engineering  Lab CO1 Outline the elements of environmental engineering CO1       3 2                      
CO2 Design sand filter and septic tank CO2       3 3                      
CO3 Investigate the working of filters CO3       3                        
CO4 Design  coagulation cum sedimentation tank CO4       3 3                      
CO5 Gain knowledge in construction of septic tank CO5       3                        
CO6 Gain knowledge in construction of sedimentation tank CO6       3                        
  VII-SEM 16MB1411 Engineering Economics and
Project Management
CO1 Explain basic principles of engineering economics CO1                     2 2        
CO2 Apply cost-volume-profit (CVP) analysis in their business decision making CO2                     3 1        
CO3 Evaluate investment proposals through various capital budgeting methods CO3                     3 2        
CO4 Apply the knowledge to prepare the simple financial statements for measuring performance ofbusiness firm CO4                     3 1        
CO5 Analyze key issues of organization, management and administration CO5                     1 2        
CO6 Evaluate project for accurate cost estimates and plan futureactivities CO6                     3 2        
  VII-SEM 16CE1701 Advanced Reinforced Concrete Design CO1 Design long and short rectangular and circular columns subjected to axial load, uniaxial and biaxial moments as per IS: 456-2000 CO1     3             2       3    
CO2 Design  the  isolated  square, rectangular, circular footing subjected to axial load, axial load and moment as per IS: 456-2000 CO2     3             2       3    
CO3 Design combined,strap footings as per IS:456-2000 CO3     3             2       3    
CO4 Classify various types of stair cases CO4   2               2            
CO5 Design a dog-legged stair cases CO5     3             2       3    
CO6 Explain various serviceability criteria as per IS Codes CO6     2             2       2    
  VII-SEM 16CE1702 Design of Steel Structures-II CO1 Design column foundation for simple loading cases CO1     3             3       3    
CO2 Classify types of trusses CO2     2             1       3    
CO3 Explain design principles of simple trusses components-Purlins CO3     3             3       3    
CO4 Illustrate the design principles of plate girders CO4     3             3       3    
CO5 Design plate girder with  simple loading cases CO5     3             3       3    
CO6 Analyze loads and forces acting on a gantry girder CO6     3             3       3    
  VII-SEM 16CE1707 Disaster Management CO1 Demonstrate the interdisciplinary nature of disaster management CO1   2         2                  
CO2 Apply the knowledge to formulate different risk management frameworks and pre-preparednesstools for natural and manmade disasters CO2   3         3                  
CO3 Summarize the risk and vulnerability associated with disasters CO3   3         2                  
CO4 Apply different technologies in the management of disasters CO4   3         3                  
CO5 Gain knowlwdge on seismic response of RC frame buildings and preparedness for natural disaster CO5   3         3                  
CO6 outline the environmental problems associated with occurance of landslides CO6   3         3                  
  VII-SEM 16CE1708 Infrastructure Systems Planning CO1 Understand the infrastructural systems & planning development policy CO1     1                     1    
CO2 Identify the components of infrastructural systems CO2     1                     1    
CO3 Illustrate the urban railway-metro rail CO3     3                     3    
CO4 Describe Airport types & components CO4     2                     2    
CO5 Understand the Risk factors in construction process CO5     3                     3    
CO6 Understand the economical infrtastructure systems CO6     1                     2    
  VII-SEM 16CE1703 Prestressed Concrete CO1 Explain the concepts of pre-stressing in concrete structures and identify the materials forpre-stressing CO1   2 3                          
CO2 Evaluate the short-term and long-term losses in prestressing and design prestressed structures considering these losses CO2   2 3                          
CO3 Analyse the stresses in a prestressed concrete member CO3   3 3                          
CO4 Analyse the flexural behaviour and effect of shear in prestressed concrete member CO4   3 3                          
CO5 Design the prestressed concrete members for flexure and shear CO5   3 3                          
CO6 Calculate the short term and long term deflection in prestressed members CO6   3 2                          
  VII-SEM 16CE1704 Advanced Foundation Engineering CO1 List out various factors governing type of foundation CO1   1 2                 1   3    
CO2 Asses the bearing capacity of Isolated footing with simple loads CO2   2 2                 1   3    
CO3 Design column type of RCC footings CO3   3 3                 1   3    
CO4 Determine the bearing capacity of pile foundation CO4   3 2                 1   3    
CO5 Explain various components of well foundation CO5   3 2                 1   3    
CO6 Identify basic foundation problems associated with black cotton soil CO6   3 2                 1   3    
  VII-SEM 16CE1705 Earthquake Engineering CO1 Analyze the free and forced vibration response of single-degree and multi-degree of freedom and continuous systems CO1   3 2                     2    
CO2 Develop an understanding of structural dynamics of simple systems subject to harmonic, impulse and/or arbitrary loading CO2   3 3                     2    
CO3 Distinguish between earthquake magnitude and earthquake damage (intensity) CO3   2 2                     3    
CO4 Illustrate the measurement of earthquakes and their effect on engineering structures CO4   3 3                     3    
CO5 Apply the Basic Principles of Conceptual Design for Earthquake resistant Buildings CO5   3 3                     3    
CO6 Explain the concepts and implementation of IS codes in relation to earthquake design CO6   2 3                     3    
  VII-SEM 16CE2709 Computer Aided Analysis and Design Lab CO1 Define the various loads acting on the structures CO1       1 1         2            
CO2 Model the structures for Load combinations CO2       2 3         3            
CO3 Analyze the structures for various load combinations CO3       2 3         2            
CO4 Compare the Results given by software with Manual Calculations CO4       3 2         2            
CO5 Design the structural members for governing loading case CO5       1 3         2            
CO6 Examine the design results obtained from software with relevant IS codeprovisions CO6       3 1         3            
  VII-SEM 16CE2710 Transportation Engineering Lab CO1 Build knowledge on quality behavior of road aggregates CO1       3                 2      
CO2 Develop Knowledge on types of bitumen and their quality behavior CO2       3                 3      
CO3 Utilize aggregate and bitumen properties in pavement design CO3       3                 3      
CO4 Examine the trafficcharacteristics CO4       3                 2      
CO5 Inspect traffic capacity and safety CO5       3                 1      
CO6 Utilize traffic characteristics in pavement design CO6       3                 1      
  VII-SEM 16CE2711 MAT Lab CO1 List out various applications of MAT Lab in Civil Engineering CO1       1 1         2            
CO2 Analyze the operations of MAT Lab in 2-D & line plotting CO2       2 3         3            
CO3 Compose a program to multiply 3x3 matrix and inverse of resultant matrix CO3       2 3         2            
CO4 Write a program on array system CO4       3 2         2            
CO5 Write a program to generate second order system CO5       1 3         2            
CO6 Utilize computer skills to enhance learning in other engineering courses CO6       3 1         3            
  VIII-SEM 16CE1801 Water Resource Engineering CO1 Describe about the water logging concept. CO1   2 1 3           1            
CO2 Classify the types of reservoirs. CO2   1 1 3           1            
CO3 Explain about types of dams and factors affecting selection of dams CO3   1 1 3           1            
CO4 Analyze the causes of failures of the dams and its design CO4   3 3 3           2            
CO5 Explain the working principle of hydro power plant. CO5   1 1 3           1            
CO6 Explain about types of falls and spillways and its design principles CO6   3 3 3           2            
  VIII-SEM 16CE1802 Systems Approach to Civil Engineering CO1 Outline various optimization techniques CO1     2                          
CO2 Explain the use of system approaches in civil engineering with  basic methods CO2     3                          
CO3 Understand the concept of single , variable and unconstrained optimization CO3     2                          
CO4 Illustrate optimization techniques without constrains CO4     3                          
CO5 Classify various queuing models CO5     2                          
CO6 Explain the basics of dynamic and linear programming CO6     3                          
  VIII-SEM 16CE1803 Repair and Rehabilitation of  Structures CO1 Identify the probable reasons for the deterioration of various structural members CO1   3                     2      
CO2 Able to assess the severity of damage in the structural members CO2   3                     2      
CO3 Choose materials and appropriate technologies for repair CO3   2                     3      
CO4 Identify the appropriate method for strengthening of existing members CO4   3                     3      
CO5 Plan for the monitoring of the new buildings by using Sensor technology CO5   3                     2      
CO6 Planning & Preparing report for forensic assessment of deteriorated concrete structures CO6   3                     2      
  VIII-SEM 16CE1804 Construction and Law CO1 Explain the legal procedure for construction CO1   2   2                   1    
CO2 Outline the various contracts and their procedures CO2   3   2                   1    
CO3 Illustrate various powers and duties of arbitrator CO3   2   3                   1    
CO4 Understand various tax law’s CO4   2   2                   1    
CO5 List out enforcement awards and rules CO5   2   2                   1    
CO6 Explain the world bank procedures and guide lines CO6   3   2                   1    
  VIII-SEM 16CE1805 Bridge Engineering CO1 Demonstrate different types of Bridges with diagrams CO1   2 1                     2    
CO2 Demonstrate different IRC Loading standards CO2   2 2                     3    
CO3 Develop procedures for inspections and maintenance of bridges CO3   2 3                     3    
CO4 Analyze and design Slab and T Beam bridge CO4   3 3                     3    
CO5 Analyze and design Box culvers with structural detailing CO5   3 3                     3    
CO6 Analyze and design alternate material bridges CO6   3 3                     3    
  VIII-SEM 16CE1806 Geographic Information and
Remote Sensing
CO1 Understand the basics of GPS, GIS and remote sensing CO1 3 2     3                      
CO2 Know the basic fundamental operations of GIS CO2 3 2     2                      
CO3 Apply GIS for land use amd housing management CO3 3 2     2                      
CO4 Identify the water shed management by using GIS CO4 3 2     3                      
CO5 Analyze the data from Raster GIS CO5 3 2     3                      
CO6 Understand the concept of computational analysis methods CO6 3 2     2                      
  VIII-SEM 16CE1807 Ground Improvement Techniques CO1 Find the techniques that are available to stabilize the soil CO1     2     1             1      
CO2 Discuss the techniques for soil compaction CO2     3     2             2      
CO3 Discuss the methods available for hydraulic modification CO3     3     3             3      
CO4 Explain the soil stabilization techniques CO4     3     3             3      
CO5 Explain dewatering techniques CO5     3     2             1      
CO6 Understand grouting techniques CO6     2     3             3      
  VIII-SEM 16CE1809 Finite Element Methods in
Civil Engineering
CO1 Outline steps involved in FEM CO1 3 2   2                 2      
CO2 Explain Strain displacement relationships and Equilibrium Equations CO2 3 2   2                 2      
CO3 Find the shape function of 1-D & 2-D elements CO3 3 2   2                 2      
CO4 Generate Stiffness matrix & nodal loaded matrix for 3-noded triangular element CO4 3 2   2                 2      
CO5 Generate Stiffness matrix & nodal loaded matrix for 4-noded rectangular element CO5 3 2   2                 2      
CO6 Explain Principles of 4-noded isoperimetric axi-symmetric element CO6 3 2   2                 2      
  VIII-SEM 16CE1810 Construction Project Management CO1 Understand the fundamentals of construction technology CO1   3                            
CO2 Explain the process of planning and implementation at layouts CO2   3                            
CO3 Understand BAR Charts and Mile stone Charts CO3   3 2                          
CO4 List out the various elements of networks CO4   2 1                          
CO5 Plan the resource allocation as per the requirement CO5   2 1                          
CO6 Identify the cycle problems CO6   3 1                          
  VIII-SEM 16CE1811 Pollution Control and Monitoring CO1 Classify the air pollutants and list the source of pollution. CO1   2 1     2                    
CO2 Understand the various pollution desperation models. CO2   2 1     2                    
CO3 Explain the plume behavior. CO3   3 3     3                    
CO4 Explain the methods of control of pollutants. CO4   3 3     3                    
CO5 List the air quality standards and pollution acts CO5   2 1     2                    
CO6 Understand the concepts of thermo dynamic air pollution. CO6   2 1     2                    
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CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
  CO2   CO2                                
  CO3   CO3                                
  CO4   CO4                                
  CO5   CO5                                
  CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
    CO2   CO2                                
    CO3   CO3                                
    CO4   CO4                                
    CO5   CO5                                
    CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
  CO2   CO2                                
  CO3   CO3                                
  CO4   CO4                                
  CO5   CO5                                
  CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
  CO2   CO2                                
  CO3   CO3                                
  CO4   CO4                                
  CO5   CO5                                
  CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
  CO2   CO2                                
  CO3   CO3                                
  CO4   CO4                                
  CO5   CO5                                
  CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
  CO2   CO2                                
  CO3   CO3                                
  CO4   CO4                                
  CO5   CO5                                
  CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6                                
        CO1   CO1                                
CO2   CO2                                
CO3   CO3                                
CO4   CO4                                
CO5   CO5                                
CO6   CO6