SL NO   Course Name CO Statement Program Outcomes PSO’s
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3
SEM 1 13HS101 Communicative English CO 1 Use English Language effectively that demonstrates an understanding of the basic components of grammar.(Remember)                            
CO 2 Comprehend and explain different phrases in prose and poetry and respond appropriately.(Understand)                            
CO 3 Learned the technique of presenting stories with perplexing twist endings.(Apply)                    3          
CO 4  Acquire basic proficiency in English, writing official letters including Job Applications and Technical Reports.(Analyze)                    3     3  3 3
CO 5 Apply ethical principles and learn to commit to professional ethics.(Evaluate)                    3  3 2    
13HS102 Engineering 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.(Remember) 3 3               2   3   3  
CO 2 Summarize the concepts of LASERS, different types of LASERS and its applications.(Understand)  3         2 2         3   3  
CO 3 Discuss the harmonic oscillators and distinguish between mechanical oscillator and electrical oscillator.(Apply) 3 3 2         3         3    
CO 4  Study the concepts of mechanics.(Remember) 3 3 2                     2  
CO 5 Discuss about the rotation of earth experimentally by Foucault pendulum.(Apply) 3 3 2     2 3         3 3 3  
CO 6 Study the concept of  Quantum Mechanics and how Quantum Mechanics is carried out in the fields.(Understand)  2 2 1 2               2 1   3
13HS103 Engineering Chemistry CO 1 Apply the knowledge of working principle of batteries in engineering areas.(Remember) 3 3                     3    
CO 2 Apply the corrosion technology methods in various industrial fields for protecting from corrosion process.(Understand)  3 3     3               3    
CO 3 Use various water purification methods in industries to utilize the water further for drinking purpose.(Apply) 3 3     3               3    
CO 4 Know the application and manufacture of new polymers for industrial demand.(Analyze) 3 3     3               3 3  
CO 5 Understand the processing of cementing in construction engineering.(Evaluate) 3 3     3               3 3  
CO 6 Analyze various fuel its calorific value by using bomb calorimeter method.(Create) 3 2       2                  
13HS104 Engineering Mathematics-I CO 1 Evaluate partial derivatives for multiple integrals.(Remember) 3                     3   3  
CO 2 Classifies the differential equations with respect to their order and linearity.(Understand)  3           3             3  
CO 3 Remembering the previous knowledge of matrices to find it’s rank by different methods(Apply) 3               3     3   3  
CO 4 Apply Cayley-Hamilton theorem to find the inverse and  powers of a square matrix.(Apply) 3         3               3  
CO 5 Understand the concept of Laplace and inverse Laplace transforms.(Analyze) 2 1                       2  
CO 6 Apply differentiation and integration to find the Laplace transforms of a function.(Evaluate) 2 1                       2 2
13HS107 Computer Programming CO 1 Use documented solutions to troubleshoot problems associated with software installation and customization.(Remember) 3 3 3                   3    
CO 2 Develop, test, document, deploy, and maintain secure program code based on specifications.(Understand)  3 2                          
CO 3 Perform routine maintenance on a database.(Apply) 3 3 3                   3    
CO 4 Apply knowledge of networking concepts to develop, deploy, and maintain program code.(Analyze) 3                       2    
CO5 Gather and document required information and assist in an analysis of a business.(Evaluate) 3 3 3                   3    
CO6 Use relevant methodologies, policies, and standards to develop secure program code.(Create) 3 2                          
13HS108 Engineering Mechanics CO 1 Draw free body diagrams and determine the resultant of forces and/or moments.  (Remember) 3                       2    
CO 2 Determine the centroid and second moment of area of sections.(Understand) 2 2 2                   2 3  
CO 3 Apply laws of mechanics to determine efficiency of simple machines with consideration of friction.(Apply) 2 2 2     3 2           2 3  
CO 4  Analyse statically determinate planar frames.(Evaluate) 3           3             3  
CO 5 Analyse the motion and calculate trajectory characteristics.(Analyze) 3               3     3   3  
CO 6 Apply Newton’s laws and conservation laws to elastic collisions and motion of rigid bodies.(Create) 2 2 2     3 2           1 3  
13HS109 Engineering Drawing CO 1 To know and understand the conventions and the method of engineering drawing. (Remember) 2 1 2 1                 3 3  
CO 2 Interpret engineering drawings using fundamental technical mathematics. (Apply) 2 1 2 1                 3 3  
CO 3 Construct basic and intermediate geometry. (Create) 2 1 2 1                 3 1  
CO 4 To improve their visualization skills so that they can apply these skill in developing new products.(Analyze) 2 2 3 3 1                 3  
CO 5  To improve their technical communication skill in the form of communicative drawings. (Evaluate) 2 1 2 1                 3 3  
CO 6 Comprehend the theory of projection.(Understand) 2 1                          
13HS110 Computer Programming Lab CO 1 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.(Remember) 3 2                          
CO 2 Role of constants, variables, identifiers, operators, type conversion and other building blocks of C Language.(Understand) 3 2                          
CO 3 Use of conditional expressions and looping statements to solve problems associated with conditions and repetitions.(Apply) 3 3 3 1                      
CO 4 Structures and unions through which derived data types can be formed.(Analyze) 3 2   3                      
CO 5  Make use of pointers to design applications with  efficient use of memory.(Evaluate)       3                      
CO 6 Design programs to create/update basic data files.(Create) 3   2                        
13HS111 Engineering Workshop and CO 1 design and model different prototypes in the carpentry trade such as Cross lap joint, Dove tail joint.(Understand) 3 3                          
CO 2  design and model various basic prototypes in the trade of fitting such as Straight fit, V- fit.(Create) 3 3 3                   3    
CO 3 Ability to make various basic prototypes in the trade of Tin smithy such as rectangular tray, and open Cylinder.(Evaluate) 3 2                          
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.(Evaluate) 3 3     3               3 3  
CO 5 design and model various basic prototypes in the trade of workshop.(Create) 3 3     3               3 3  
CO 6 Welding such as Lap joint, Lap Tee joint, Edge joint, Butt joint and Corner joint.(Create) 3 3               2   3   3  
13HS112 Engineering Physics and Engineering Chemistry 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.(Remember) 3     3                      
CO 2 Evaluate the wavelength of laser source and particle size by diffraction technique.(Understand)  3     3                      
CO 3 Observe the stationary waves and determine the frequency of tuning fork.(Apply) 3     3                      
CO 4 Compare the experimental values of magnetic induction along a circular coil with theoretical values.(Analyze) 3     3                      
CO 5  Investigate the radius of curvature of planoconvex lens using Newton’s rings.(Evaluate) 3     3                      
CO 6 Study the voltage current characteristics of semiconductor.(Create) 3     3                      
13HS113 English Language and Communication Skills Lab CO 1 Gain better understanding of nuances of English language through audio-visual experience and group activities.(Remember) 3 3                          
CO 2 Developed ability on various language functions to fulfill the purpose of speaking and writing in academic and professional context.(Understand)  3 3 3                   3    
CO 3 Ability to communicate effectively in different formal and informal situations.(Apply) 3 2                          
CO 4 Understand and be able to describe the general principles of phonetics.(Analyze) 3 3 3                   3    
CO 5 Gained the ability to effectively communicate with members of society in general and engineering community in particular.(Evaluate) 3                       2    
CO 6 Learn speaking skills with clarity and confidence which in turn enhances their employability skills.(Create)                              
II YEAR I SEM 13HS116 Mathematics-II CO 1 Express any  periodic function as Fourier series .(Remember) 3 3                          
CO 2 Calculate  the Fourier Transforms of the elementary functions.(Understand)  3 3 3                   3    
CO 3 Apply the appropriate theorems to find the Z-transforms of the function.(Apply) 3 2                          
CO 4 Compute double and triple integrals in Cartesian and polar coordinates.(Analyze) 3 3 3                   3    
CO 5 Apply the knowledge of multiple integrals to find areas and volumes .(Evaluate) 3                       2    
CO 6 Remembering the knowledge of vectors in vector differentiation and integration.(Create) 3 3 3                   3    
13HS120 Professional Ethics and Human Values CO 1 Learn the moral issues and problems in engineering; find the solution to those problems.(Remember)           3 3 2 2            
CO 2 Learn the need for professional ethics, codes of ethics and roles, concept of safety, risk assessment.(Understand)              2 3 2            
CO 3 Gain exposure to Environment Ethics & computer ethics; know their responsibilities and rights.(Apply)               3 2            
13ME301 Mechanics of Solids CO 1 Utilize knowledge of computing the stresses and strains, provide information required for further design.(Understand) 3 3               2   3   3  
CO 2 Compute relevant stresses in pressure vessels and other structural components provide preliminary analysis needed for design.(Evaluate) 3         2 2         3   3  
CO 3 Perform stress analysis for selected components of industrial and domestic products.(Analyze) 3 3 2         3         3    
13ME302 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic machinery CO 1 Employ the basic knowledge of hydraulics in finding fluid properties, performance parameters of hydraulic turbines and pumps.(Evaluate) 3 3                     3    
CO 2 To study 1-D viscous and non-viscous flow through pipes. Bernoulli’s equation, laminar and turbulent flow.(Remember) 3 3     3               3    
CO 3 Present feasible design solutions for the construction of efficient hydraulic turbines and pumps.(Analyze) 3 3     3               3    
CO 4 Identify the manageable areas in hydraulic machinery to reduce the mechanical losses.(Create) 3 3     3               3 3  
13ME303 Thermodynamics CO 1 To understand the basic of thermodynamics.(Remember) 3       3       3 3   3 3    
CO 2 The performance of engineering systems and processes based on laws of thermodynamics.(Understand) 3 2 2   3       3 3   3 3    
CO 3 Apply the concepts of entropy and energy in engineering analysis.(Apply) 2 2 2           3 3   3 3 3  
CO 4 Comprehend a selection of thermodynamic concepts to apply for industry- related problems and analyze the problems related to the psychometric process.(Analyze) 2                       3    
13ME304  Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering  CO 1 Students will gain knowledge regarding the various laws and principles associated with  electrical systems.(Remember) 2 2 2                   3 3  
CO 2 Students will gain knowledge regarding electrical machines and apply them for  practical problems.(Understand) 2 2 2                   2 3  
CO 3 Students will gain knowledge regarding various types’ semiconductors. (Apply)  2 2 2     3 2           2 3  
CO 4 Student will gain knowledge digital electronics.(Analyze)                              
CO 5 Student will gain knowledge on electronic systems. (Evaluate)                              
CO 6 Students will acquire knowledge in using the concepts in the field of electrical engg.  Projects and research. (Create) 2 2 2     3 2           1 3  
13ME305 Machine Drawing CO 1 Able to understand product symbols, weld symbols, pipe joints.(Remember) 2 1 2 1                 3 3  
CO 2 Understand orthographic projections of machine elements.(Understand) 2 1 2 1                 3 3  
CO 3 Understand isometric projections of machine elements.(Understand) 2 1 2 1                 3 1  
CO 4 Understand detailed assembly drawings of Plummer block, Tailstock, Welded joints, tool head of shaper.(Evaluate) 2 2 3 3 1                 3 2
13ME306 Mechanics of Solids Lab CO 1 Perform the basic experiments on bending.(Remember) 2 2 2                   3 2  
CO 2 Perform the basic experiments on torsion.(Understand) 2 2 2                   3 2  
CO 3 Perform the basic experiments on compression.(Apply) 2 2 2                   3 1  
CO 4 Perform the basic experiments on hardness test. (Evaluate) 2 2 2                   3 2  
13ME307 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics Machinery Lab CO 1 Find out coefficient of discharge on Venturi meter and Orifice meter.(Evaluate) 3 3                          
CO 2 Loss of energy due to friction.(Remember) 3 3 3                   3    
CO 3 Displacement of vanes by water jet.(Understand) 3 2                          
CO4 Performance of Multistage Centrifugal Pump.(Analyze) 2 2 2                   3 2  
13ME308 Basic Electrical and Electronics Engg  Lab CO 1 Analysis of Resistive Circuits and Solution of resistive circuits with independent sources .(Remember) 3 3 3                   3    
CO 2 Two Terminal Element Relationships for inductors and capacitors and analysis of magnetic circuits.(Understand)  3 2                          
CO 3  Analysis of Single Phase AC Circuits, the representation of alternating quantities and determining the power in these circuits.(Apply) 3 3 3                   3    
CO 4  To acquire the knowledge about the characteristics and working principles of semiconductor diodes, Bipolar Junction Transistor.(Analyze) 3                       2    
CO 5 To get an insight about the basic introduction of Digital electronics.(Evaluate) 3 3 3                   3    
II YEAR II SEM 13HS117 Mathematics-III CO 1 Express any  periodic function as Fourier series.(Remember) 3 3                          
CO 2 Calculate  the Fourier Transforms of the elementary functions.(Understand) 3 3 3                   3    
CO 3 Apply the appropriate theorems to find the Z-transforms of the function.(Apply) 3 2                          
CO 4 Compute double and triple integrals in Cartesian and polar coordinates.(Analyze) 3 3 3                   3    
CO 5 Apply the knowledge of multiple integrals to find areas and volumes .(Evaluate) 3                       2    
CO 6 Remembering the knowledge of vectors in vector differentiation and integration.(Create) 3 3 2     2 3         3 3 3  
13HS118 Managerial Economics and Financial Analysis CO 1 Perform economic calculations involving the time value of money using standard formulas and tables.(Remember) 3 3               2   3   3  
CO 2 Compare alternatives using net present worth, equivalent annual worth, internal rate of return, and benefit-cost analysis.(Understand)  3         2 2         3   3  
CO 3 Apply project management techniques to create a structured project plan that includes resource and cost analysis.(Apply) 3 3 2         3         3    
CO 4 Understand project risk includes risk assessment, mitigation plans, and contingency plans.(Analyze) 3 3 2                     2  
CO 5 Apply project management and spreadsheet software to create project management and financial documents such as work breakdown structures, Gantt charts.(Evaluate) 3 3 2     2 3         3 3 3 3
13ME401 Thermal Engineering-I CO 1 To understand the basic of thermodynamics.(Remember) 3 3                     3    
CO 2 The performance of engineering systems and processes based on laws of thermodynamics.(Understand) 3 3     3               3    
CO 3 Apply the concepts of entropy and energy in engineering analysis.(Apply) 3 3     3               3    
CO 4 Comprehend a selection of thermodynamic concepts to apply for industry- related problems and analyze the problems related to the psychometric process.(Evaluate) 3 3     3               3 3 2
13ME402 Kinematics of Machinery CO 1 Familiarize the motion of mechanism- to define a mechanism and to do kinematic construction for a variety of mechanism used in the application.(Remember) 3                     3   3  
CO 2 Introduce basic mechanisms such as slider-crank linkages, a four-bar linkage, gear, and cam, perform the motion analysis using both graphical and analytical methods.(Understand) 3           3             3  
CO 3 Apply the knowledge gained in the earlier course engineering mechanics to a system of rigid bodies which are interconnected with constraints.(Apply) 3               3     3   3  
CO 4 Trouble-shoot problems associated with simple machine components such as cams, gears, gear trains, belt and chain drives.(Analyze) 3         3               3  
13ME403 Manufacturing Technology CO 1 Able to make wooden pattern for casting mould.(Create) 3       3       3 3   3 3    
CO 2 Practically understand the Properties of Sand by Testing.(Analyze) 3 2 2   3       3 3   3 3    
CO 3 Hands on experience on various gas welding processes.(Understand) 2 2 2           3 3   3 3 3  
CO 4 Can perform various plastic moulding process.(Create) 2                       3    
13ME404 Material Science and Metallurgy CO 1 Able to make wooden pattern for casting mould.(Create) 2 2 2                   3 3  
CO 2 Practically understand the Properties of Sand by Testing.(Understand) 2 2 2                   2 3 2
CO 3 Hands on experience on various gas welding processes.(Evaluate) 2 2 2     3 2           2 3  
CO 4 Can perform various plastic moulding process.(Create) 2 2 2     3 2           1 3  
13ME406 Thermal Engineering CO 1 To understand the basic of thermodynamics.(Remember) 2 1 2 1                 3 3  
CO 2 Analysis of performance of engineering systems and processes based on laws of thermodynamics.(Analyze) 2 1 2 1                 3 3  
CO 3 Apply the concepts of entropy and energy in engineering analysis.(Apply) 2 1 2 1                 3 1  
CO 4 Comprehend a selection of thermodynamic concepts to apply for industry- related problems and analyze the problems related to the psychometric process.(Create) 2 2 3 3 1                 3  
13ME407 Production Technology Lab CO 1 Design and manufacture simple patterns.(Create) 2 2 2                   3 2  
CO 2 Control sand properties in foundry.(Understand) 2 2 2                   3 2  
CO 3 Operate arc welding, gas welding and resistance welding equipment.(Remember) 2 2 2                   3 1 2
CO 4 Use pipe bending and injection moulding equipment.(Evaluate) 2 2 2                   3 2  
13ME408 Metallurgy Lab CO 1 Apply methods to determine Mechanical properties and Elastic Constants.(Apply) 3 3                          
CO 2 Appraise the students with the use of testing machines.(Analyze) 3 3 3                   3    
CO 3 Characterize the microstructures of different ferrous and non ferrous metals.(Understand) 2   1                     2  
CO 4 Identify the effect of heat treatment and cooling rates on the properties of steels.(Analyze) 3 2                          
13ME409 Technical Seminar-I CO 1 Students will demonstrate competency in communication skills related to production and presentation of messages in multiple formats.(Remember) 3 3                          
CO 2 Students will demonstrate competency in critical thinking skills related to the analysis, interpretation, and criticism of messages.(Analyze) 3 3 3                   3    
CO 3 Students will demonstrate competency in skills related to the construction and analysis of argumentation and persuasive discourse.(Apply) 3 2                          
CO 4 Students will demonstrate an understanding of multiple theoretical perspectives and diverse intellectual traditions in Communication.(Remember) 3 3 3                   3    
CO 5 Students will demonstrate competency in human relational interaction. (Understand) 3                       2    
CO 6 Students will demonstrate competency in the analysis and practice of ethical communication.(Create) 2 2 1                   1 1 1
III YEAR I SEM 13HS121 Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis CO 1 Develop and exhibit and accurate sense of self.(Remember) 3 3                          
CO 2 Develop and nurture a deep understanding of personal motivation.(Understand)  3 3 3                   3    
CO 3 Develop an understanding of and practice personal and professional responsibility.(Apply) 3 2                          
CO 4 Demonstrate knowledge of personal beliefs and values and a commitment to continuing personal reflection and reassessment  .(Analyze) 3 3 3                   3    
CO 5 Learn to balance confidence with humility.(Evaluate) 3                       2    
13ME501 Thermal Engineering-II CO 1 To understand the basic of thermodynamics.(Remember) 3 3               2   3   3  
CO 2 The performance of engineering systems and processes based on laws of thermodynamics.(Understand) 3         2 2         3   3  
CO 3 Apply the concepts of entropy and energy in engineering analysis.(Apply) 3 3 2         3         3    
CO 4 Comprehend a selection of thermodynamic concepts to apply for industry- related problems and analyze the problems related to the psychometric process.(Analyze) 3 3 2                     2  
13ME502 Dynamics of Machinery CO 1 Familiarize the motion of mechanism- to define a mechanism and to do kinematic.(Remember) 3 3               2   3   3  
CO 2 construction for a variety of mechanism used in the application.(Evaluate) 3         2 2         3   3  
CO 3 Introduce basic mechanisms such as slider-crank linkages, a four-bar linkage, gear, and cam, perform the motion analysis using both graphical and analytical.(Apply)methods.(Analyze) 3 3 2         3         3    
CO 4 Apply the knowledge gained in the earlier course engineering mechanics to mechanical systems.(Apply) 3 3 2                     2  
CO 5 Apply the safety principles in the design of steering, brakes, suspension system and also outline the latest technologies as air bag, ABS and Traction control. (Analyze) 3 3 2     2 3         3 3 3  
13ME503 Machine Tools CO 1 Demonstrate inspection methods and different gauges.(Remember) 3                     3   3  
CO 2  Illustrate working principle of measuring instruments and calibration methodology .(Understand) 3           3             3  
CO 3  Illustrate basic concepts and statistical methods in quality control.(Understand) 3               3     3   3  
CO 4 Demonstrate characteristics of screw threads, gear profile, and tool profile.(Evaluate) 3         3               3  
CO 5  Illustrate the different sampling techniques in quality control .(Evaluate) 3 3 3                   3    
13ME504 Design of Machine Elements - I CO 1 Evaluate the size of simple mechanical components subjected to static loads considering theories of failure.(Evaluate) 3 3                          
CO 2 Apply knowledge in designing mechanical components subjected to stress concentration and Fatigue Loads.(Apply) 3 3 3                   3    
CO 3 Design and analyze permanent joints such as riveted and welded joints under loading conditions.(Create) 3 2                          
CO 4 Design and analyze temporary joints such as bolted and cotter joints under loading conditions.(Analyze) 3 3 3                   3    
13ME505 Production Drawing CO 1 Identify and develop operational research models from the verbal description of the real system.(Remember) 2 2 2                   3 3  
CO 2 Understand the mathematical tools that are needed to solve optimisation problems.(Understand)  2 2 2                   2 3  
CO 3 Use mathematical software to solve the proposed models.(Apply) 2 2 2     3 2           2 3  
CO 4 Develop a report that describes the model and the solving technique, analyse the results and propose recommendations in language understandable to the decision-making processes in Management Engineering.(Analyze) 2 2 2     3 2           1 3  
13ME506 Industrial Engineering and Management CO 1 Evaluate the principles of quality management and to explain how these principles can be applied within quality management systems.(Remember) 2 1 2 1                 3 3  
CO 2 Identify the key aspects of the quality improvement cycle and to select and use appropriate tools and techniques for controlling, improving and measuring quality.(Understand) 2 1 2 1                 3 3  
CO 3 Critically appraise the organisational, communication and teamwork requirements for effective quality management.(Evaluate) 2 1 2 1                 3 1  
CO 4 Analyse the strategic issues in quality management, including current issues and developments, and to devise and evaluate quality implementation plans.(Analyze) 2 2 3 3 1                 3  
13ME507 Thermal Engineering Lab-II CO 1 Compute the property of fuels and lubricating oils using suitable tests.(Remember) 2 2 2                   3 2  
CO 2 Demonstrate the performance of internal combustion engines and air compressors.(Understand)  2 2 2                   3 2  
CO 3 Interpret the emission characteristics of internal combustion engines.(Apply) 2 2 2                   3 1  
13ME508 Machine Tools Lab CO 1 Measure the bores by internal micrometers and dial bore indicators.(Understand)  3 3                          
CO 2 Measure the angle and taper using Bevel protractor and Sine bar.(Evaluate) 3 3 3                   3    
CO 3 Measure screw thread parameters.(Apply) 3 2                          
CO 4 Perform step turning, taper turning, thread cutting, drilling and tapping operations on lathe.(Analyze) 3 3 3                   3    
CO 5 Perform operations on shaper, planer and milling machines.(Evaluate) 2 2 2     3 2           1 3  
III YEAR II SEM 13ME601 Production and Operations Management CO 1 Understand the strategic implications of the Production Planning and Control (PPC).(Remember) 3 3                          
CO 2 Appreciate the concept demand management and forecasting.(Understand) 3 3 3                   3    
CO 3 Appreciate the link between demand management and Master Production Schedule.(Apply) 3 2                          
CO 4 Understand the main PPC systems.(Analyze) 3 3 3                   3    
CO 5 Appreciate the importance of capacity planning.(Evaluate) 3                       2    
CO 6 Understand the importance of controlling production activities.(Create) 3 3 2         3         3    
13ME602 Heat Transfer CO 1 Understand basic modes of heat transfer and compute temperature distribution in steady state and unsteady state heat conduction.(Remember) 3 3               2   3   3  
CO 2 Understand and Analyze the heat transfer through extended surfaces.(Understand)  3         2 2         3   3  
CO 3  Interpret and analyze the free & forced convection heat transfer problems.(Apply) 3 3 2         3         3    
CO 4 Understand the phenomena of flow regimes of boiling and condensation.(Analyze) 3 3 2                     2  
CO 5 Understand the principles of radiation heat transfer.(Evaluate)                             2
CO 6 Understand the concept of LMTD and NTU methods for design of heat exchangers.(Create) 3 3 2     2 3         3 3 3 2
13ME603 Forming Technology CO 1 Students will be able to solve the numerical problems to calculate stresses on inclined planes.(Remember) 3 3                     3    
CO 2 Student will be able to apply theory of failure for the given process.(Understand) 3 3     3               3    
CO 3 Student will estimate the working loads for pressing, forging, wire drawing etc. processes.(Apply) 3 3     3               3    
13ME604 Design of Machine Elements - II CO 1 Describe the Design Procedure and evaluate the size of simple mechanical components subjected to static loads considering theories of failure.(Remember) 3                     3   3  
CO 2 Apply knowledge in designing mechanical components subjected to stress concentration and Fatigue Loads.(Understand)  3 2         3             3  
CO 3 Design and analyze permanent joints such as riveted and welded joints under loading conditions.(Apply) 3 2             3     3   3  
CO 4 Design and analyze temporary joints such as bolted and cotter joints under loading conditions.(Analyze) 3         3               3  
13ME605 Metrology and Measurements CO 1 Explain the basics of standards of measurement, limits, fits & tolerances industrial applications.(Remember) 3       3       3 3   3 3    
CO 2 Identify the uses of gauges and comparators.(Understand)  3 2 2   3       3 3   3 3   2
CO 3 Understand the significance of measurement system, errors, transducers, intermediate modifying and terminating devices.(Remember) 2 2 2           3 3   3 3 3  
CO 4 Interpret measurement of field variables like force, torque and pressure.(Evaluate) 1                           2
CO5 Comprehend the fundamentals of thermocouple and strain measurement .(Understand)  2                       3    
13ME606 CAD/CAM CO 1 With laboratory classes, it helps the students to get familiarized with the computer applications in design and preparing drawings for various mechanical components.(Remember) 2 2 2                   3 3  
CO 2 Analyze and Manufacture in a standardized manner suitable for industrial scenarios.(Apply) 2 2 2                   2 3  
CO 3  Design Components and Develop part programs for mechanical components involving simple features.(Analyze) 2 2 2     3 2           2 3  
CO 4 Implement appropriate hardware and software for CAD thereby enhancing productivity in design.(Create) 2 2 2     3 2           1 3  
13ME607 Heat Transfer Lab-I CO 1 Apply the knowledge of heat transfer perform experiments related conduction heat transfer.(Remember) 2 1 2 1                 3 3  
CO 2 Evaluate heat transfer coefficient in free and forced convection heat transfer situation.(Understand)  2 1 2 1                 3 3 3
CO 3 Determine fin efficiency and emissivity in respective experiments.(Apply) 2 1 2 1                 3 1  
CO 4 Observe the phenomena of drop and film wise condensation.(Analyze) 2 2 3 3 1                 3  
CO 5 Evaluate the performance of heat exchangers in parallel & counter flow types.(Evaluate) 2 1 2 1                 3 3  
13ME608 Metrology Lab CO 1 Explain the basics of standards of measurement, limits, fits & tolerances industrial applications.(Remember) 2 2 2                   3 2  
CO 2 Identify the uses of gauges and comparators.(Understand)  2 2 2                   3 2  
CO 3 Understand the significance of measurement system, errors, transducers, intermediate modifying and terminating devices.(Apply) 2 2 2                   3 1  
CO 4 Interpret measurement of field variables like force, torque and pressure.(Analyze) 2 2 2                   3 2  
CO 5 Comprehend the fundamentals of thermocouple and strain measurement.(Evaluate) 2 2 2                   3    
13ME609 CAD Lab CO 1 Execute steps required for modeling 3D objects by using protrusion, cut, sweep, extrude commands.(Remember) 3 3                          
CO 2 Convert 3D solid models into 2D drawing-different views, sections.(Understand)  3 3 3                 2      
CO 3 Use isometric views and dimensioning of part models.(Apply) 3 2                     3   2
CO 4 Machine simple components on CNC machines.(Analyze) 3 3 3                 2   2  
CO 5 Use CAM software to generate NC code.(Create) 3 2 2 1               3     3
13ME610 Technical Seminar-II CO 1 Prepare comprehensive report based on literature survey/Topics related to different subjects in the semester.(Remember) 3 2             2 2   1      
CO 2 Identify the applicability of modern software tools and technology.(Understand)  3 2     1       1            
CO 3 Deliver presentation based on the preparation.(Apply) 2 2             2 2   1      
CO 4 Answer queries posed by the listeners.(Analyze) 1 1             2 2   1      
CO 5  improve their presentation skills.(Evaluate) 1 1             1            
CO 6 Exhibit professional behaviour.(Create) 2                            
IV YEAR I SEM 13ME701 Automobile Engineering CO 1 Identify the different parts of the automobile.(Remember) 3 3                          
CO 2 Explain the working of various parts like engine, transmission, clutch, brakes.(Understand) 3 3 3                   3    
CO 3 Describe how the steering and the suspension systems operate.(Apply) 3 2                          
CO 4 Understand the environmental implications of automobile emissions.(Analyze) 3 3 3                   3    
CO 5 Develop a strong base for understanding future developments in the automobile industry.(Evaluate) 3                       2    
13ME702 Instrumentation and control Systems CO 1 Design and Analyse CV Sizing. 3 3               2   3   3  
CO 2 Identify various Control panels and Control Room details. 3         2 2         3   3  
CO 3 Design of Electronic product. 3 3 2         3         3    
13ME703 Robotics CO 1 Understand basic parts and configurations of robotic systems.(Remember) 3 3                     3    
CO 2 Analyze robotic systems using forward and inverse kinematics.(Understand) 3 3     3               3    
CO 3 Analyze robotic systems for dynamic performance using Lagrange –Euler and Newton-Euler formulations.(Apply) 3 3     3               3    
CO 4 Develop a trajectory plan for a given application.(Analyze) 3 3     3               3 3  
CO 5 Understand actuators and feedback devices used in robotic systems.(Evaluate) 3 3     3               3 3  
CO 6 Student will estimate the working loads for pressing, forging, wire drawing etc. processes.(Create) 2 2 2 1 2 3
13CE704 Refrigeration and Air    CO 1 Study of refrigerant compressors, expansion devices used in vapour compression refrigeration system, thermostat with range and differential setting, charging of refrigeration system.(Remember) 3                     3   3  
CO 2 Trial on pilot ice plant to evaluate cycle performance and actual coefficient of performance.(Understand)  3           3             3  
CO 3 Participate in a group atmosphere for the understanding of an industrial refrigeration system.(Apply) 3               3     3   3  
CO 4 Communicate effectively both verbally and in written form through the preparation of journal report and practical presentation.(Analyze) 3         3               3  
13ME705 Un Conventional Machining Processes CO 1 Acquire a functional understanding of non-traditional manufacturing equipment.(Remember) 3       3       3 3   3 3    
CO 2 Understand the terminology used in non-traditional manufacturing industries.(Understand) 3 2 2   3       3 3   3 3    
CO 3 To provide knowledge on the classification of non-traditional machining process.(Apply) 2 2 2           3 3   3 3 3  
CO 4 Know about various process parameters and their influence on performance and their applications.(Analyze) 2                       3    
CO 5 Impart knowledge on various energy involved in non-traditional machining process.(Evaluate) 3 2 1 2               2   2 2
13ME706 Tool Design CO 1 Demonstrate various press working operations for mass production of sheet metal parts.(Remember) 3                     3   3  
CO 2 Identify press tool requirements to build concepts pertaining to design of press tools.(Understand)  3           3             3  
CO 3 Prepare working drawings and setup for economic production of sheet metal components.(Apply) 3               3     3   3  
CO 4 Select suitable materials for different elements of press tools.(Apply) 2 2                          
CO 5 Illustrate the principles and blank development in bent & drawn components.(Evaluate) 3         3               3  
CO 6 Elaborate failure mechanisms of pressed components, safety aspects and automation in press working.(Create) 3         2 3 3           3  
13ME707 Finite Element Methods CO 1 Students will be able to understand the basic concepts of FEM and its importance in engineering field.(Remember) 2 1 2 1                 3 3  
CO 2 Students will be able to solve 1-D problems such as rod element, truss element and beam element.(Understand) 2 1 2 1                 3 3  
CO 3 Students will be able to understand the concepts of CST, sub & super parametric elements and  apply the same for solving plain stress & plain strain condition.(Apply) 2 1 2 1                 3 1  
13ME708 Rapid Prototyping CO 1 Describe product development, conceptual design and classify rapid prototyping systems; explain stereo lithography process and applications.(Remember) 2 2 2                   3 2  
CO 2 Explain direct metal laser sintering, LOM and fusion deposition modeling processes.(Understand) 2 2 2                   3 2  
CO 3 Demonstrate solid ground curing principle and process.(Apply) 2 2 2                   3 1  
CO 4 Discuss LENS, BPM processes; point out the application of RP system in medical field define virtual prototyping and identify simulation components.(Analyze) 2 2 2                   3 2  
13ME709 Geometric Modeling CO 1 Define the coordinate system for the development of geometric models .(Remember) 3 3                          
CO 2 Develop and manipulate the curves and surfaces using parametric equations.(Understand) 3 3 3                   3    
CO 3 Develop and manipulate the solid models using different modeling approaches.(Apply) 3 2                          
CO 4 Implement the transformation and projection over the geometric model.(Analyze) 3 3 3                   3    
CO 5 Implement the neutral file formats over 2D wireframe models.(Evaluate) 2 2                          
13ME710 Tribology CO 1 Understand and perform basic design calculations of elastohydrodynamic lubrication and contact mechanics problems, including rolling bearing, gears and cams contacts.(Understand)  3 3                          
CO 2 Calculate surface topographical parameters of Surface properties & Friction .(Apply) 3 3 3                   3    
CO 3 Understand the wear theories, types of wear, mechanism, factors and selection of materials .(Understand)  3 2                          
CO 4 Understand the basic design calculations of hydrodynamics.(Analyze) 2 3 3                   3    
CO 5 lubrication problems, including thrust bearings and journal bearings .(Evaluate) 2                       2    
CO 6 Understand Rheodynamics (Static) Lubrication characteristics, materials in extreme environments.(Evaluate) 3 2 2                        
13ME711 Entrepreneurship CO 1 Have the ability to discern distinct entrepreneurial traits.(Remember)` 3 3                          
CO 2 Know the parameters to assess opportunities and constraints for new business ideas.(Understand) 3 3 3                   3    
CO 3 Understand the systematic process to select and screen a business idea.(Apply) 3 2                          
CO 4 design strategies for successful implementation of ideas.(Analyze) 3 3 3                   3    
CO 5 write a business plan.(Create) 3                       2    
13ME712 CAM Lab CO 1 Execute steps required for modeling 3D objects by using protrusion, cut, sweep, extrude commands.(Remember) 3 3                     3    
CO 2 Convert 3D solid models into 2D drawing-different views, sections.(Understand) 3 3     3               3    
CO 3 Use isometric views and dimensioning of part models.(Apply) 3 3     3               3    
CO 4 Machine simple components on CNC machines.(Analyze) 3 3     3               3 3  
CO 5 Use CAM software to generate NC code.(Analyze) 3 3     3               3 3  
13ME713 Instrumentation and Control Systems Lab CO 1 Understand the basic principles and performance characteristics of measurement.(Remember) 3 3                     3    
CO 2 Apply the basic principles, working, advantages, disadvantages and applications of measuring instruments for displacement, temperature and pressure.(Understand)  3 3     3               3    
CO 3 Comprehend the basic principles, working, advantages, disadvantages and applications of measuring instruments for level, flow, speed, acceleration and vibration.(Apply) 3 3     3               3    
CO 4 Visualize the basic principles, working, advantages, disadvantages and applications of measuring instruments for stress strain, humidity, force, torque and power.(Analyze) 3 3     3               3 3  
CO 5 Understand the basic principles, working, advantages, disadvantages and applications of various control systems.(Evaluate) 3 3     3               3 3  
13ME714 Heat Transfer Lab-II CO 1 Apply the knowledge of heat transfer perform experiments related conduction heat transfer.(Remember) 3 3                     3    
CO 2 Evaluate heat transfer coefficient in free and forced convection heat transfer situation.(Understand)  3 3     3               3    
CO 3 Determine fin efficiency and emissivity in respective experiments.(Apply) 3 3     3               3    
CO 4 Observe the phenomena of drop and film wise condensation.(Analyze) 3 3     3               3 3  
CO 5 Evaluate the performance of heat exchangers in parallel & counter flow types.(Evaluate) 3 3     3               3 3  
IV YR II SEM 13ME801 Operations Research CO 1 Identify and develop operational research models from the verbal description of the real system.(Remember) 3 3                          
CO 2 Understand the mathematical tools that are needed to solve optimisation problems.(Understand)  3 3 3                   3    
CO 3 Use mathematical software to solve the proposed models.(Apply) 3 2                          
CO 4 Develop a report that describes the model and the solving technique, analyse the results and propose recommendations in language understandable to the decision-making processes in Management Engineering.(Analyze) 3 3 3                   3    
13ME803 Total Quality     CO 1 Evaluate the principles of quality management and to explain how these principles can be applied within quality management systems.(Remember) 3 3               2   3   3  
CO 2 Identify the key aspects of the quality improvement cycle and to select and use appropriate tools and techniques for controlling, improving and measuring quality.(Understand)  3         2 2         3   3  
CO 3 Critically appraise the organisational, communication and teamwork requirements for effective quality management.(Apply) 3 3 2         3         3    
CO 4 Critically analyse the strategic issues in quality management, including current issues and developments, and to devise and evaluate quality implementation plans.(Analyze) 3 3 2                     2  
13ME804 Computational Fluid  CO 1 To develop an understanding for the major theories, approaches and methodologies used in CFD.(Understand)  3 3                     3    
CO 2 To build up the skills in the actual implementation of CFD methods (e.g. boundary conditions, turbulence modelling etc.) in using commercial CFD codes.(Apply) 3 3     3               3    
CO 3 To gain experience in the application of CFD analysis to real engineering designs.(Analyze) 3 3     3               3    
13ME805 Mechanical Vibrations CO 1 Determine the natural frequency of transverse vibrations of the shaft and torsional vibrations of rotor systems.(Remember) 3                     3   3  
CO 2 Analyze the mathematical modeling of the two degrees of freedom systems and explain about the working principle of vibration absorber.(Understand)  3           3             3  
CO 3 Compute the natural frequencies and mode shapes of a multi degree of freedom system and explain the modal analysis of a vibrating system.(Apply) 3               3     3   3 2
CO 4 Select the numerical methods to determine natural frequencies of the beam and rotor systems.(Analyze) 3         3               3  
CO 5 Describe the vibration measurement by using transducers and vibration exciter.(Evaluate) 3 2 2           2         2 2
13ME806 Gas Turbines and Jet Propulsion CO 1 Understand the thermodynamics of each component of a turbine engine which include inlets, fans, compressors, burners, turbines, afterburners and nozzles.(Remember) 3       3       3 3   3 3    
CO 2 Know what the design variables for each component .(Understand) 3 2 2   3       3 3   3 3    
CO 3 Understand the linked system performance of all components in the engine and performance trends for each component.(Understand) 2 2 2           3 3   3 3 3  
CO 4 Understand the basis for off-design performance.(Apply) 2                       3    
CO 5 Understand how the engine integrates into an aircraft system and how to link the engine requirements to an aircraft’s mission requirements.(Analyze) 2 2 2                   3 2  
CO 6 Understand how most of the aircraft’s mission is covered by the engine’s off-design performance and how to use both on- and off-design performance to develop an overall system optimiza.(Evaluate) 2 2 2                   3   3
13ME807 Power Plant Engineering CO 1 Describe and analyze different types of sources and mathematical expressions related to thermodynamics and various terms and factors involved with power plant operation.(Remember) 2 2 2                   3 3  
CO 2 Analyze the working and layout of steam power plants and the different systems comprising the plant and discuss about its economic and safety impacts.(Understand)  2 2 2                   2 3  
CO 3 Combine concepts of previously learnt courses to define the working principle of diesel power plant, its layout, safety principles and compare it with plants of other types.  (Apply) 2 2 2     3 2           2 3  
CO 4 Describe the working principle and basic components of the nuclear power plant  and the economic and safety principles involved with it.(Analyze) 2 2 2     3 2           1 3 2
CO 5 Discuss the working principle and basic components of the  hydro electric plants and the economic principles and safety precautions involved with it.(Evaluate) 3 3 3                   3    
CO 6 Discuss and analyze the mathematical and working principles of different electrical equipments involved in the generation of power.(Create) 2 2 2     3 2           1 3 3
13ME808 Nano Technology CO 1 .Understand the basics of nano sized materials.(Remember) 2 1 2 1                 3 3  
CO 2 Understand the difference between bulk and nano materials.(Understand)  2 1 2 1                 3 3  
CO 3 Understanding the production methods of nanomaterials.(Apply) 2 1 2 1                 3 1  
CO 4 Applications of nanomaterials.(Analyze) 2 2 3 3 1                 3  
CO 5 Usage of nanomaterials in biological applications.(Evaluate) 2 1 2 1                 3 3  
13ME809 Adavnces in  Casting and Welding Processes CO 1 The student will be having the capability of selecting suitable manufacturing processes to manufacture the products optimally.(Remember) 2 2 2                   3 2  
CO 2 The student will be able to recommend the appropriate design of gating systems, forming processes, welding process and NDT technique.(Understand) 2 2 2                   3 2  
CO 3 The student will be able to develop simplified manufacturing processes with the aim of reduction of cost and manpower.(Apply) 2 2 2                   3 1  
CO 4 The student will be able to identify/control the appropriate process parameters, and possible defects of manufacturing processes so as to remove them.(Analyze) 2 2 2                   3 2  
CO 5 The student will be able to make use of the softwaresand CAD/Cam tools meant for optimizing manufacturing processes.(Evaluate) 2 2 2                   3    
13ME810 Mechatronics CO 1 Develop a simulation model for simple physical systems and explain mechatronics design process.(Remember) 3 3                          
CO 2 Outline appropriate sensors and actuators for an engineering application.(Understand)  3 3 3                   3    
CO 3 Write simple microcontroller programs.(Apply) 3 2                          
CO 4 Explain linearization of nonlinear systems and elements of data acquisition.(Analyze) 1 2 2                   2 2 1
CO 5 Explain various applications of design of mechatronic systems.(Evaluate) 2 1                          
13ME811 Comprehensive Viva - Voce CO 1 Prepare comprehensively to answer questions from all the courses of two semesters.(Remember) 3 3                          
CO 2 Attain Oral Presentation skills by answering questions in precise and concise manner.(Understand)  3 3 3                   3    
CO 3 Gain confidence and inter-personal skills.(Apply) 3 2                          
13ME812 Project Work – Phase-II CO 1 Acquire the ability to make links across different areas of knowledge and to generate, develop and evaluate ideas and information so as to apply these skills to the project task.(Remember) 3 2             2 2   1      
CO 2 Acquire the skills to communicate effectively and to present ideas clearly and coherently to specific audience in both the written and oral forms.(Understand)  3 2     1       1       3    
CO 3 Acquire collaborative skills through working in a team to achieve common goals.(Apply) 2 2             2 2   1      
CO 4 Learn on their own, reflect on their learning and take appropriate actions to improve it.(Analyze) 1 1             2 2   1 3   3
CO 5 Expertize in utilizing the modern tools to address various real time problems.(Evaluate) 1 1             1       2   3
CO 6 work as an individual as well as a team member there by maintaining professionalism.(Create) 2             2       2   2 3
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