• PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

      B.Tech. Programme in Computer Science and Engineering aims to empower students with state-of-the-art computing technologies and to be in pace with emerging technologies to develop innovative computing solutions for complex challenges in society. The Programme aims to:

      • Empower graduates to model computing systems by applying mathematical and engineering principles
      • Enable graduates to create and implement solutions with advanced computing skills addressing industrial and scientific challenges
      • Provide broad knowledge base covering different areas – from Digital Electronics to Advanced Computer Architecture, from Algorithms to Machine Intelligence, from Database to Data analytics, from System Software to Advanced Operating System, from Computer Networks to Internet of Things
      • Equip graduates with capability to design, implement and test computational approaches to develop solutions
      • Impart independent learning skills to successfully pursue higher studies and engage in innovative research
      • Inculcate professional ethics and work with commitment for progress of society

      PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOMES

      • Solve engineering problems by applying mathematical fundamentals, algorithm design strategies and advanced programming techniques.
      • Design, experiment, evaluate and verify computing systems catering to the industrial and societal needs
      • Develop and apply recent tools and technologies for optimal data storage, retrieval, analysis, and deriving knowledge from raw data
      • Analyze and assess security, privacy, cost and quality parameters in computing solutions.
      • Build software and energy efficient hardware solutions, with appropriate interfaces for solving complex real-world engineering problems.
      • Develop solutions individually and communicate effectively with team members and abide by the cyber laws, professional codes and ethics to achieve the professional objectives.
      • Analyze the local and global societal impact of technology and of the related legal, environmental and ethical issues in computer science when making decisions regarding their personal and professional responsibilities.
      • Engage in lifelong learning and upgrade through independent study in the broadest context of technological change.

      PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES

      • Ability to comprehend the problem and apply various programming skills to develop innovative and quality software product for the changing business needs.
      • Able to provide acceptable technical solutions for multidisciplinary areas of engineering by utilizing the skills of Data Analytics, Cloud Computing and Machine Learning.
    • PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

      The objective of the B.Tech programme in Information Technology is to create professionals with integrated knowledge in mathematics, computing and Information processing, capable of providing technological solutions for multidimensional problems. The programme aims to

      • Empower learners with strong theoretical foundation through mathematical, scientific and engineering courses necessary to provide computing solutions to diverse engineering problems
      • Provide broad knowledge base covering different areas - from Basic Programming Languages to High End Tools, Information Storage to Security, Database Management Systems to Data Analytics, Digital Electronics to Embedded Systems, Network Technologies to Mobile Computing and Basics of Algorithms to Computational Intelligence
      • Facilitate learners to develop programming skills through experiential learning
      • Impart knowledge to develop Information Systems through problem specification, design, implementation and evaluation
      • Transform learners as confident professionals capable of working in teams on multidisciplinary tasks through training in cutting edge technologies and communication skills
      • Inspire learners for continuous academic and professional development
      • Inculcate professional ethics and social responsibilities in learners to become individuals working for the welfare of the society

      PROGRAM OUTCOMES

      • Employ fundamental knowledge in Mathematics, Science, Engineering, Hardware and Software, to provide solutions to engineering problems
      • Analyze complex engineering problems and design computationally efficient optimal algorithms, meeting the requirement specification
      • Build energy efficient information systems, through requirement analysis, problem formulation, design, implementation, testing and documentation
      • Assess information systems and their consequent effects on the society, health, safety, legal and cultural issues
      • Apply methods to design user interfaces and develop applications for mobile devices to make cutting edge facilities available for under privileged and differently abled people
      • Employ advanced software tools and technologies to extract, classify, evaluate and interpret huge data, to develop innovative solutions for business development, following the cyber security principles
      • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the project management principles, and professional codes while working in teams for developing software Systems
      • Recognize the need for continuous learning to formulate problems from real world and to provide feasible solutions by employing latest research innovations and technological changes

      PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES

      • Build web-based systems incorporating aesthetics in front end, optimization in web search and security in information retrieval
      • Create artificially intelligent systems for multidisciplinary applications using data analytic techniques and advanced machine learning & deep learning algorithms to enhance the quality of human life
    • PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

      The B.Tech. Programme in Information and Communication Technology provides a unique interdisciplinary knowledge that integrates principles of Computer Science, Mathematics, Communication Engineering and Information Technology for developing technology-based solutions. The Programme aims to

      • Impart strong theoretical foundations in mathematics, sciences and engineering necessary to solve diverse engineering problems
      • Provide knowledge in Information and Communication Technologies - from Programing Languages to Software Engineering, Digital Electronics to VLSI, Database to Data Analytics, Signals & Systems to Signal Processing, and Computer Networks to Information & Network Security
      • Develop knowledge and multifaceted skills of learners to excel in their chosen professional career
      • Facilitate learners to develop problem solving skills through experiential learning
      • Impart software development skills for real time applications through analysis, design, implementation and evaluation using latest tools & technologies
      • Transform learners into confident, motivated and responsible professionals abiding by legal and ethical standards

      PROGRAM OUTCOMES

      Engineering Graduates will be able to:

      • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
      • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
      • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
      • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
      • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
      • The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
      • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
      • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
      • Individual and teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
      • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
      • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
      • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for,and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

      PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES

      PSOs – B.Tech. ICT

      PSO1 Solve engineering problems by applying principles of Computing, Communication and Information Sciences
      PSO2 Integrate Information, Communication, and Security Technologies for Data Acquisition, Storage and Processing.

      Programme Learning Outcomes

      Upon Completion of this Programme, graduates will be able to:

      • Apply principles of Computing, Communication and Information Sciences in solving problems through Conventional and Machine Learning algorithms
      • Employ latest technologies and tools to analyse, design, implement and test software solutions for industrial and scientific applications
      • Integrate Information and Communication Technologies for Data Acquisition, Storage, Processing and security
      • Analyse requirements and provide solutions to networking and security challenges
      • Interpret and deliver the contents of Research articles and Technical Documents
      • Recognize the need for continuous learning
      • Develop solutions addressing social, professional, cultural, and ethical issues involved in the use of Information and Communication technology
      • Function Independently or on teams to complete a task
      • Apply professional, legal and ethical standards in engineering practices
    • Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

      PEO1 – To impart fundamental scientific principles for solving complex engineering problems in different domains of mechanical engineering
      PEO2 – To train the students to have successful career in the field of Mechanical Engineering and allied domains, contributing to the global economy.
      PEO3 - To inculcate ethical values and professional integrity, enabling the students to grow and contribute to the world

      Program Outcomes (POs)

      Engineering Graduates will be able to:

      • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
      • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
      • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
      • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
      • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
      • The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
      • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
      • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
      • Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
      • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
      • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
      • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

      Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

      The graduate will be able to

      PSO1 – Comprehend and analyze, real life problems and develop innovative solutions
      PSO2 – Apply CAE tools to solve problems in the domains of structural, thermal and fluids engineering.
      PSO3 - Engage professionally, applying engineering, management and entrepreneurial practices

    • Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

      PEO1 – To impart fundamental scientific principles for solving complex interdisciplinary engineering problems across domains of engineering and technology
      PEO2 – To train the students to have successful career as practicing Mechatronics Engineersin interdisciplinary domains, contributing to national and global economy
      PEO3 - To inculcate ethical values and professional integrity, enabling the students to grow and contribute to the country as well as the world

      Program Outcomes (POs)

      Engineering Graduates will be able to:

      • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
      • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
      • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
      • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
      • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
      • The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
      • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
      • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
      • Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
      • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
      • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
      • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

      Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

      The graduate will be able to

      PSO1 – Analyze and realize Mechatronics systems to solve real life problems and develop innovative solutions
      PSO2 – Apply their broad understanding of fundamental concepts and knowledge of working principles of various electronics as well as computer control circuits and algorithms
      PSO3 – Solve problems related to industrial automation using fluid power and PLC ladder logic programming
      PSO4 – Design and develop novel and innovative solutions to problems involving automatic control of Mechanical and Electromechanical Systems through interdisciplinary approach
      PSO5 – Engage professionally, applying engineering, management and entrepreneurial practices

    • Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

      PEO1 – To impart fundamental scientific principles for solving complex engineering problems in different domains of Aerospace engineering
      PEO2 – To train the students to have successful career in the field of Aerospace Engineering and allied domains, contributing to the global economy.
      PEO3 - To inculcate ethical values and professional integrity, enabling the students to grow and contribute to the world

      Program Outcomes (POs)

      Engineering Graduates will be able to:

      • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
      • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
      • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
      • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
      • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
      • The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
      • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
      • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
      • Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
      • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
      • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
      • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

      Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

      The graduate will be able to
      PSO1 – Comprehend and analyze, real life problems and develop innovative solutions
      PSO2 – Apply experimental and computational tools to solve problems in the domains of Aerodynamics, Aerospace Structures and Propulsion engineering.
      PSO3 - Engage professionally, applying engineering, management and entrepreneurial practices

    • Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

      PEO1 – To impart fundamental scientific principles for solving complex engineering problems in different domains of mechanical engineering
      PEO2 – To train the students to have successful career in the field of Mechanical Engineering – digital manufacturing, contributing to the global economy.
      PEO3 - To inculcate ethical values and professional integrity, enabling the students to grow and contribute to the world

      Program Outcomes (POs)

      Engineering Graduates will be able to:

      • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
      • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
      • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
      • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
      • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
      • The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
      • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
      • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
      • Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
      • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
      • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
      • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

      Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

      The graduate will be able to

      PSO1 – Comprehend and analyze, real life problems and develop innovative solutions
      PSO2 – Apply digital manufacturing concepts to define and manage manufacturing process information and support effective collaboration among engineering disciplines
      PSO3 - Engage professionally, applying engineering, management and entrepreneurial practices

    • Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

      PEO1 – To impart fundamental knowledge of technical sciences by providing applied technical, analytical and problem solving skills to promote and adapt technological changes in the manufacturing industry
      PEO2 – To build radical technological capabilities to embark on successful professional practice in the field of advanced manufacturing
      PEO3 - To inculcate lifelong learning, ethical values and entrepreneurship skill including commitment on performance quality and timeliness, respect for diversity and awareness of international issues in the field of manufacturing

      Program Outcomes (POs)

      Engineering Graduates will be able to:

      • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
      • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
      • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
      • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
      • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
      • The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
      • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
      • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
      • Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
      • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
      • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
      • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

      Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

      The graduate will be able to
      PSO1 – Comprehend and analyze real life problems, use computational methods, skills, computers and modern manufacturing techniques in engineering practice
      PSO2 – Apply basic knowledge to design a system, component or process and solve technical problems for global requirements
      PSO3 - Engage themselves for self-improvements, understand professionalism, ethics and associated responsibilities in applying engineering, management and entrepreneurial practices

    • Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

      PEO1 – The Graduates will excel in their professional career in the automobile industry and research with highest professional and ethical standards to their activities by acquiring knowledge in basic engineering, mathematics, science and automobile engineering.
      PEO2 – The Graduates will exhibit professionalism, team work in their chosen profession and adapt to current trends in automobile technologies and industrial scenarios by pursuing lifelong learning
      PEO3 - The Graduates will have hands on experience and entrepreneurship skill in the global field of automobile design and manufacturing by enabling the students to grow and contribute to the world.
      PEO4 - The Graduate will demonstrate the ability to use the techniques, skills and Modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice in the field of Automobile Engineering.

      Program Outcomes (POs)

      The Graduates will be able to:

      • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
      • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
      • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
      • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods, including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
      • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling of complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
      • The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
      • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
      • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
      • Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
      • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
      • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
      • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

      Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

      The graduate will be able to
      PSO1 – Develop and trained towards the impact of globaldevelopment of automobile engineering for innovative solutions.
      PSO2 – Apply simulation tools to analyse the problems in the domains of automobile structure, transmission system and basic power unit in automobile engineering.
      PSO3 - Engage professionally, applying automobile engineering techniques, management system and entrepreneurial practices.

    • Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

      PEO1 – To acquire advanced level technical, analytical and problem solving skills to promote and adapt technological changes in manufacturing
      PEO2 – To build radical technological capabilities to embark on successful career in the field of advanced manufacturing, contributing to the global economy.
      PEO3 - To inculcate lifelong learning, ethical values and professional integrity, enabling the students to continue professional development and contribute to the world

      Program Outcomes (POs)

      The postgraduates will have an ability to:

      • Independently carry out research / investigation and development work to solve practical problems.
      • Write and present a substantial technical report / document.
      • Demonstrate a degree of mastery over the area of advanced manufacturing.
      • Comprehend and analyze, real life problems and develop innovative solutions.
      • Apply CAE tools to solve problems in the domains of structural, thermal and fluids engineering.
      • Engage professionally, applying engineering, management and entrepreneurial practices.
    • Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

      PEO1 – To impart advanced concepts, principles of Science & Technology, mathematical techniques and software tools needed to understand, analyse and create solutions to the real world problems
      PEO2 – To acquire hands-on training with experimental setups for reinforcing the theoretical concepts learnt and to impart the skill of aerospace measurements
      PEO3 - To expose the students to environmental, ethical and contemporary issues in Aerospace related Engineering and research

      Program Outcomes (POs)

      The postgraduates will have an ability to:

      • Independently carry out research / investigation and development work to solve practical problems.
      • Write and present a substantial technical report / document.
      • Demonstrate a degree of mastery over the area of advanced manufacturing.
      • Demonstrate their broad understanding of advanced concepts and trends in Aerospace engineering.
      • Communicate effectively with cross-functional teams, develop innovative solutions and demonstrate leadership & Entrepreneurial skills.
      • Act sensibly and ethically on societal issues in a professional manner
    • Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

      PEO1 – To impart fundamental knowledge by providing congenial environment that promotes learning and ability to work with multi-disciplinary groups, to solve complex engineering problems in digital manufacturing
      PEO2 – To build radical technological capabilities to embark on successful professional practice in the field of e-manufacturing, digital manufacturing and computer integrated manufacturing
      PEO3 - To inculcate lifelong learning, ethical values and entrepreneurship skill in the field of digital manufacturing , enabling the students to grow and contribute to the world

      Program Outcomes (POs)

      The postgraduates will have an ability to:

      • Independently carry out research / investigation and development work to solve practical problems.
      • Write and present a substantial technical report / document.
      • Demonstrate a degree of mastery over the area of advanced manufacturing.
      • Comprehend and analyze real life problems, evaluate using integrated digital technologies, design and develop innovative solutions.
      • Apply artificial intelligence, machine learning and internet of things concepts to define and manage manufacturing information systems for social benefits and engineering improvements.
      • Engage professionally, applying engineering, management and entrepreneurial practices
    • Program Outcomes

      • PO1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
      • PO2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
      • PO3. Design/Development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
      • PO4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
      • PO5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
      • PO6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
      • PO7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
      • PO8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
      • PO9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
      • PO10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
      • PO11. Project management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
      • PO12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

      Program Specific Outcomes

      Students of Civil Engineering Program will demonstrate:

      • PSO1. The ability to produce innovative designs with byproducts/recycled materials of minimum embodied energy and reduced greenhouse gas emission through research and development.
      • PSO2. The ability to analyze and design sub and super structures with fundamental theories and assumptions based on Indian Standard Codes of Practice.
      • PSO3. The ability to idealize and implement the fundamental needs like housing, waste management, sanitation, irrigation, use of renewable energy for a sustainable environment.
    • Program Outcomes

      • PO1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
      • PO2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
      • PO3. Design/Development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
      • PO4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
      • PO5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
      • PO6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
      • PO7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
      • PO8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
      • PO9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
      • PO10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
      • PO11. Project management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
      • PO12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

      Program Specific Outcomes

      Students of Integrated Structural Engineering Program will demonstrate:

      • PSO1. The ability to produce innovative designs with byproducts/recycled materials of minimum embodied energy and reduced greenhouse gas emission through research and development.
      • PSO2. The ability to analyze and design sub and super structures subjected to gravity and lateral loads with fundamental theories and assumptions based on Indian Standard Codes of Practice.
      • PSO3. The ability to use modern tools and techniques to predict complex structural engineering problems and offer optimal solutions considering technology, environment and socio-economic aspects.
    • Programme Outcomes

      • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems
      • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
      • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
      • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
      • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
      • The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
      • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
      • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
      • Individual and teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
      • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
      • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
      • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

      Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

      B. Tech. Programme in Electrical & Electronics Engineering aims at creating globally competent intellectual and executive leaders to design, control, analyze and advance electrical systems.

      This programme focuses on:

      • Imparting quality education with a strong focus on fundamental concepts and principles of electrical science & technology to produce electrical engineers capable of analyzing and solving problems in the generation, transmission, distribution, and utilization of electrical energy
      • Empowering learners with core technical skills in electrical machine technologies, power systems, power electronics, and industrial drives & controls with emphasis on safety and economics
      • Instilling integrity, motivation and confidence for contemporary professional codes of practices, effective communication skills, lifelong learning, environmental consciousness, and team spirit

      Programme Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

      Upon successful completion, the learners will be able to

      • Apply the knowledge of basic sciences, mathematics and foundational engineering courses in solving problems pertaining to electrical and electronics systems
      • Analyze the performance of electrical machines, transmission & distribution systems, renewable energy systems using fundamental laws, standard procedures and analytical techniques
      • Model, simulate and analyze the performance of power system networks under steady state and transient operating conditions
      • Design and implement analog and digital circuits for effective operation and control of electrical machines and drives
      • Design, implement and test electrical and electronics systems considering the aspects of economics, environment, ethics, societal responsibility, safety and sustainability
      • Design, develop and implement solutions in teams for identified problems in the domain of electrical engineering and communicate the findings effectively
    • Programme Outcomes

      • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
      • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
      • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
      • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
      • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
      • The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
      • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
      • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
      • Individual and teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
      • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
      • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
      • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

      Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

      B. Tech. Programme in Electrical & Electronics Engineering (with specialization in Smart Grid & Electric Vehicles) aims at creating globally competent intellectual and executive leaders to design, control, analyse and advance electrical systems.

      This programme focuses on:

      • Imparting quality education with a strong focus on fundamental concepts andprinciples of electrical science & technology to produce electrical engineers capable of analysing and solving problems in the generation, transmission, distribution, and utilization of electrical energy
      • Empowering learners with core technical skills in electrical machine technologies, power systems, power electronics, and industrial drives & controls with emphasis on safety and economics
      • Instilling integrity, motivation and confidence for contemporary professional codes of practices, effective communication skills, lifelong learning, environmental consciousness, and team spirit
      • Providing the knowledge of the design, analysis, operation, planning and maintenance of electric vehicle systems, charging infrastructure and its interaction with the smart grid

      Programme Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

      Upon successful completion, the learners will be able to

      • Apply the knowledge of basic sciences, mathematics and foundational engineering courses in solving problems pertaining to electrical and electronics systems
      • Analyse the performance of electrical machines, transmission & distribution systems, renewable energy systems using fundamental laws, standard procedures and analytical techniques
      • Model, simulate and analyse the performance of power system networks under steady-state and transient operating conditions
      • Design and implement analog and digital circuits for effective operation and control of electrical machines and drives
      • Design, implement and test electrical and electronics systems considering the aspects of economics, environment, ethics, societal responsibility, safety and sustainability
      • Design, develop and implement solutions in teams for identified problems in the domain of electrical engineering and communicate the findings effectively
      • Apply electrical engineering systems to explore the power conversion, battery management, smart grid and charging technology for electric vehicles
    • Programme outcomes

      • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
      • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
      • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
      • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
      • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
      • The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
      • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
      • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
      • Individual and teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
      • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
      • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
      • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

      Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

      The B.Tech. in Electronics & Communication Engineering Programme is designed to develop competent and confident engineers in the field of communication systems. The Programme aims to

      • Provide strong foundations in concepts, functional sequences, design and implementation of Electronics & Communication systems
      • Empower students with core competency in analog & digital communication techniques,signal processing, embedded system and VLSI design
      • Enable the learners to simulate, design, implement and test elements of electronics and communication systems using integrated modelling environment / electronic design automation tools
      • Prepare learners adapt to emerging technologies and provide solutions to regional and global challenges
      • Impart design and analytical skills through experiential learning, enabling learners to pursue higher studies, industrial and R&D careers or become entrepreneurs
      • Instill aptitude for innovation, team spirit and leadership
      • Impart strong professional, ethical, social responsibility and integrity with environmental sensitivity

      Programme Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

      Upon successful completion of this programme, learners will be able to

      • Model and simulate electronics & communication systems through application of mathematics, engineering concepts & algorithmic principles
      • Apply logical design knowledge to develop assembly & higher-level language codes for implementing embedded and reconfigurable systems
      • Design and evaluate signal processing algorithms in software and hardware environments
      • Analyze the performance of various subsystems of Satellite, Microwave, Optical, Radar and Mobile communication systems
      • Design, implement and test the building blocks of electronics systems satisfying budget, environmental, ethical, safety, manufacturability and sustainability constraints
      • Identify, formulate and apply contemporary techniques and tools to solve critical design issues
      • Design, develop and implement a project, analyze & justify the effectiveness of chosen methodology and effectively communicate the aspects of system design
    • Programme outcomes

      • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
      • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
      • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
      • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
      • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
      • The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
      • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
      • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
      • Individual and teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
      • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
      • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
      • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

      Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

      The B.Tech. in Electronics & Communication Engineering (with Specialization in Cyber Physical Systems) Programme is designed to develop competent and confident engineers in the field of Communication & Cyber Physical Systems. The Programme aims to

      • Provide strong foundations in concepts, functional sequences, design and implementation of Electronics, Communication and Cyber Physical Systems
      • Empower students with core competency in analog & digital communication techniques, signal processing, embedded system, and VLSI design
      • Enable the learners to simulate, design, implement and test elements of electronics, communication and Cyber Physical Systems using integrated modelling environment / electronic design automation tools
      • Inculcate the integrated knowledge on physical, cyber, communication, cloud storage and intelligent control modules to design Cyber Physical Systems for heterogeneous applications
      • Prepare learners adapt to emerging technologies and provide solutions to regional and global challenges
      • Impart design and analytical skills through experiential learning, enabling learners to pursue higher studies, industrial and R&D careers or become entrepreneurs
      • Instill aptitude for innovation, team spirit and leadership
      • Impart strong professional, ethical, social responsibility and integrity with environmental sensitivity

      Programme Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

      Upon successful completion of this programme, learners will be able to

      • Model and simulate electronics, communication and Cyber Physical Systems through application of mathematics, engineering concepts & algorithmic principles
      • Apply logical design knowledge to develop assembly & higher-level language codes for implementing embedded and reconfigurable systems
      • Design and evaluate signal processing and components Cyber Physical Systems in software and hardware environments
      • Analyze the designed Cyber Physical Systems for diverse applications
      • Analyze the performance of various subsystems of Satellite, Microwave, Optical, Radar and Mobile communication systems
      • Design, implement and test the building blocks of electronics systems satisfying budget, environmental, ethical, safety, manufacturability and sustainability constraints
      • Identify, formulate and apply contemporary techniques and tools to solve critical design issues
      • Design, develop and implement a project, analyze & justify the effectiveness of chosen methodology and effectively communicate the aspects of system design
    • Programme outcomes

      • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
      • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
      • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
      • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
      • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
      • The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
      • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
      • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
      • Individual and teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
      • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
      • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
      • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

      Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

      The B.Tech. in Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering Programme is designed to produce globally competent engineers in the field of Electronics and Instrumentation systems. The Programme aims to

      • Empower learners with core competencies in integrating concepts of Electronics and Instrumentation systems to analyze, design and implement real-time Control & Automation
      • Equip learners with skills to simulate, design, implement and test elements of Instrumentation systems and also to appreciate the importance of Engineering Mathematics in solving technical problems associated with automation
      • Enable learners to compete with global workforce in the areas of Instrumentation, Automation, Robotics, Signal Processing, Embedded and Biomedical Systems
      • Impart skills of professional engineering practices coupled with strong ethical, social responsibility and integrity with deep rooted environmental concerns
      • Develop a passion among learners towards independent learning skills to match with the demands posed by convergence of technologies thereby enabling them to pursue higher studies, industrial and R & D careers or become entrepreneurs
      • Create holistic personality by providing the learner with flexibility to choose multidisciplinary subjects from Humanities, Sciences, Management and Law
      • Transform learners by instilling aptitude towards understanding the positive values of collaborative group work, trustworthy dynamics of team and also taking leadership responsibilities

      Programme Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

      Upon successful completion, the learners will be able to

      • Apply the knowledge of mathematics, basic sciences and foundational engineering courses in solving problems pertaining to electronics & instrumentation systems
      • Model, simulate, and analyze electronics & instrumentation systems
      • Analyze the performance of various engineering sub systems that interface with embedded systems for industrial applications
      • Evaluate control techniques & strategies for various process systems
      • Design, implement and test various electronics & instrumentation systems with a focus on budget, environmental, ethical, safety, societal and sustainability requirements
      • Design, develop and implement projects for solving problems, interpret & justify the results of the projects and communicate the technical findings effectively
    • Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

      The Integrated M.Sc. Physics programme at SASTRA aims to provide in-depth analytical, problem solving and experimental knowledge to students in frontier areas of theoretical and experimental Physics, so that they will be able to use the knowledge to study real-world physical problems, demonstrate proficiency in mathematics and the mathematical concepts needed for a proper understanding of Physics.

      The specific objectives of the programme are

      • To impart knowledge of fundamental laws and principles of physics along with analytical skills to understand the physical systems around us
      • To provide knowledge of selected topics from theoretical physics to analyze a broad range of physical phenomena
      • To develop the ability of the students to deal with physical models for understanding new and unfamiliar problems
      • To hone laboratory skills for enabling students to take measurements in a Physics laboratory and analyze the measurements to draw valid conclusions
      • To equip students with the current modern techniques in physics and scientificmethodology
      • To provide a high-level, internationally competitive training in theoretical and experimental Physics, right up to the level of modern research

      Programme Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

      Upon successful completion of this programme, learners will be able to

      • Explain the basic laws of Physics and various natural physical phenomenon and able to link the learnt concepts with the observations
      • Carryout experiments to test the outcome of basic Physics concepts and to create new skills and tools and also able to apply the acquired knowledge to solve real time problems
      • Analyse and correlate the interrelations between theory and observation; the role of systematic and random experimental errors and methods used to analyze experimental uncertainty and compare experiment with theory
      • Carryout independent research work and produce significant results and able to write technical document
      • Communicate effectively to a technical audience
      • Contribute to the welfare of the society with ethical and environmental consciousness
      • Engage in lifelong learning skills in the broadest context of scientific and technological change

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs)

      Course Code Course Name CLOs

      ENG110R01

      English Communication I

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Write simple and grammatically correct sentences

      ·      Appreciate poetic devices for language learning

      ·      Apply the experiences of great personalities in real-life situations

      ·      Improve various modes of writing skills

      ·      Speak well in particular situations relating to various business activities

      PHY102

      Properties of Matter

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Enumerate various elastic properties of solids

      ·      Analyse the elastic properties of beams through uniform and non-uniform bending approach

      ·      Analyse fluid properties such as density & viscosity and relates these properties while flowing

      ·      Apply forces that affect the strength of surface tension, can evaluate the surface tension of liquid

      ·      Apply momentum and energy equations, and analyse fluid flow problems

      MAT130

      Ancillary Mathematics – I

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Work with linear system of equations using various operators on it

      ·      Find eigenvalues and eigenvectors and reduce linear system to various forms

      ·      Operate vector products and Obtain equations for various geometrical quantities

      ·      Find derivatives and determine the equations for envelopes and evolutes

      ·      Apply various methods for curve fitting

      BIS132

      Biology for Physicist

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Describe the function of biomolecules at nanoscale and cellular level

      ·      Demonstrate the time scale of biological process which will help to design the molecular machines

      ·      Explain transport system and dynamics of biomolecules using Boltzmann distribution, thermal fluctuation, random walk and theory of diffusion

      ·      Calculate the interaction energy of biological systems based on kinetics and thermodynamics employing the statistical mechanics concept

      CHY102

      Environmental Science

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Explain the importance, causes, effect and remedial measures of various natural resources

      ·      Learn the rich biological wealth of our country, threats to it and various conservation methods

      ·      Have the understanding of the causes, effects and remedial measures of different types of environmental pollution

      ·      Learn the various social issues and their link to environments and the role of modern technology for better environmental management and improvement in human health

      ·      Exposed to the production and utilization of biogas from cow-dunk and treatment of wastewater by activated sludge process

      PHY107

      Properties of Matter Laboratory

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Verify the basic laws of sound

      ·      Verify Hook`s law in elasticity by various methods and become familiar with the usage of telescope and optic lever

      ·      Determine surface tension and viscosity of liquids

      ·      Estimate the value of acceleration due to gravity g

      MAT131

      Mathematical Tools Laboratory - I

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Classify the variables, statements and expressions in MATLAB

      ·      Write MATLAB scripts for the given problem

      ·      Utilize various plot functions for the given data sets

      ·      Identify and utilize various branching and looping statements in MATLAB

      ·      Solve various error handling techniques in MATLAB

      ·      Formulate and process Strings in MATLAB

      ·      Select proper arrays depends upon the problem given

      ·      Apprehend the basics of file variables

      ·      Write various FILE handling techniques for the given problem

      ·      Analyzethe data on the existing files

      ENG111R01

      English Communication Ii

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Write grammatically correct sentences

      ·      Improve language skills through appreciation of poetic language

      ·      Develop a flair for English language and be able to write simple dialogues and role-plays, with the help of great model dramatists.

      ·      Use the varied tools of internal and external correspondence and write good proposals to acquire projects.

      ·      Exhibit good letter writing skills in various business transactions

      PHY109

      Mechanics & Relativity

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Analyse the motion of projectiles in a uniform gravitational field, and discuss the conservation of linear momentum in elastic and inelastic collisions

      ·      Apply rotational inertia in various rigid bodies and parallel-axis theorem

      ·      Analyse the fundamentals of Lagrangian formalism of classical mechanics

      ·      Evaluate the motion of an object in an orbit under the influence of gravitational forces

      ·      Explain the theory of relativity and its applications to physical sciences

      MAT240

      Ancillary Mathematics – Ii

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Evaluate the integral of product of circular functions and their combination

      ·      Form differential equation and solve some of the standard form of differential equations

      ·      Apply the concept of differential equations for some physical problems

      ·      Formulate and solve the partial differential equations

      ·      Form difference equations and able to solve them

      PHY114

      Energy Physics

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Explain the various means of collecting solar energy and its applications

      ·      Enumerate the concepts of conservation of energy, electrical energy, wind energy, hydropower and its applications

      ·      Discuss the various methods of biogas and biodiesel generation. Also, learners can explain the physical and chemical properties of biogas & biodiesel

      ·      Explain the principle and working of household appliances like refrigerators, battery storage, maintenance of battery, power inverters and generators

      ·      Classify the types and sources of air and water pollution

      ENG112

      Culture and Ethics

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Demonstrate Indian Culture and Civilization

      ·      Express the essentiality of Ethics

      ·      Evince Indian traditional knowledge

      ·      Learn and practice the basic ethical values of life

      PHY115

      Mechanics Laboratory

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Determine the velocity of sound in different mediums

      ·      Estimate acceleration due to gravity and determine moment of inertia & rigidity modulus of solids

      ·      Calculate the velocity of ultrasonic waves in liquids in-turn compressibility of liquids

      MAT242

      Mathematical Tools Laboratory - Ii

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Classify various plot functions

      ·      Write MATLAB code for three dimensional plots

      ·      Plot from file data

      ·      Write program to solve system equations

      ·      Solve Gauss and Gauss–Jordan elimination problems using MATLAB

      ·      Write MATLAB code for solving linear and nonlinear equations

      ·      Apply the statistical functions in MATLAB for data analysis

      ·      Write MATLAB code for vectors of structures

      ·      Write MATLAB code for curve fitting including polynomials.

      ·      Write MATLAB code for interpolation and extrapolation for the given data

      ENG210R01

      English Communication Iii

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Adopt good study strategies

      ·      Use academic vocabulary and grammatical structures in speaking and writing 

      ·      Demonstrate good academic presentation skills

      ·      Create meaningful discourse by using appropriate writing skills

      ·      Produce research papers and proposals in appropriate format

      PHY116

      Waves & Oscillations

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Analyze simple harmonic motion and relate it to sinusoidal variation to estimate the dynamics of vibrating systems such as springs and pendulums

      ·      Solve many types of oscillations involving wave motion in harmonic and coupled oscillators in terms of superposition principle

      ·      Analyze and relate damped and forced oscillators by using the concept of resonance of oscillations

      ·      Classify transverse and longitudinal waves and analyze transverse vibration in a string with help of sonometer and tuning fork

      ·      Perceive the propagation of sound in different mediums; analyze the concepts of sound such as measurement of frequency, intensity, phase of musical sound

      PHY117

      Electricity & Magnetism

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Estimate electrostatic properties of simple charge distributions using Coulomb's law, Gauss's law

      ·      Analyze how the charge can be stored in capacitor with the help of dielectric medium

      ·      Interpret the magnetic properties of simple current distributions using Biot-Savart and Ampere's laws

      ·      Solve simple electrical circuits using the concepts of Ohm’s law, Kirchhoff's law, circuits and circuit elements 

      ·      Apply Faraday’s and Lenz's laws to explain the electromagnetic induction. Also, they can interpret the basic physical content of Maxwell's laws

      MAT241

      Ancillary Statistics

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Know the fundamental concepts of discrete and continuous random variables and also able to apply in problem situations 

      ·      Identify distribution in certain realistic situations. Also, able to differentiate among many random variables involved in the probability models

      ·      Analyze the concepts of relation between the two-variable distribution in terms of Correlation and Regression Analysis and curve fitting

      ·      Calculate mean, variances and proportions (small and large sample) and to make important decisions from few samples which are taken out of unmanageably huge populations

      CHY109

      Ancillary Chemistry - I

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Develop knowledge in the basic concepts of periodic table and chemical bonding

      ·      Become familiar with the fundamental concepts of thermodynamics

      ·      Utilize the knowledge in the properties of solutions, acids, bases and the principle of volumetric analysis

      ·      Demonstrate the significance and effects of various chemical compounds in daily life

      PHY138

      Waves, Electricity & Magnetism Laboratory

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Exemplify the transverse wave principles through double slit, fiber optics and Michaelson experiment

      ·      Compare capacitances, calibrate low range ammeter and calculate the specific resistance using potentiometer

      ·      Calculate the moment of the magnet and magnetic field intensity using deflection and vibration magnetometers

      ·      Explain the principle of Kelvin Double Bridge, LCR circuits and Wheatstone’s Bridge

      ·      Calculate the magnetic susceptibility, energy loss in hysteresis loop and self-inductance of the coil

      CHY110

      Ancillary Chemistry Laboratory - I

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Develop skills in performing quantitative analysis for the estimation

      ENG211R01

      English Communication IV

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Employ soft skills in academic and professional situation

      ·      Express thoughts and ideas clearly in English during presentations and speeches  

      ·      Perform confidently in job interviews

      ·      Draft product promotion and other business-related writings

      ·      Improve the motivation and productivity by the reading of motivational texts 

      PHY120

      Thermal Physics

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Identify and describe energy exchange processes in terms of various forms of energy, heat and work through kinetic theory of gases

      ·      Analyze the working principle of different thermometer and calorimeter to determine the specific heat capacity of solids, liquids and gases

      ·      Apply laws of thermodynamics in the concepts of thermal processes, thermodynamic potentials and their phase transitions

      ·      Calculate the thermal conductivity with help of various experimental techniques and the concept of black body radiation

      ·      Apply the concepts and principles of statistical approach in thermodynamics

      PHY122

      Optics

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Apply the fundamental laws of optics to determine various optical indices

      ·      Determine the wavelength of the given source using the phenomenon of interference with the aid of various interferometers

      ·      Analyse the Fraunhofer and Fresnel diffraction using resolving power and work out the limits of resolution

      ·      Describe the polarization of light, polarizer and methods of producing polarized light

      ·      Handle and perform experiments with various optical instruments

      MEC102

      Introduction to Engineering Design

      Upon successful completion of the course, learners will be able to

      ·      Identify problems, gather data, prepare need statements, generate alternative conceptual solutions and choose the best concept

      CHY111

      Ancillary Chemistry - Ii

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learner will be able to

      ·      Classify the basic organic reactions and concepts of isomerism in organic molecules

      ·      Develop knowledge in natural products and biomolecular chemistry

      ·      Demonstrate principles and applications of electrochemistry and laws of photochemistry

      ·      Explain the classification, synthesis and applications of various polymers

      PHY124

      Thermal Physics & Optics Lab

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Determine the specific heat capacity using Newton’s Law of cooling and joule’s calorimeter

      ·      Calculate the thermal conductivity and temperature coefficient of resistance

      ·      Apply the concepts of interference to determine the diameter of a thin wire and the radius of a given lens

      ·      Calculate the wavelength of the mercury spectrum, Cauchy’s constant and Planck’s constant

      ·      Calculate the refractive index of the prism using hollow and small angled prisms

      CHY112

      Ancillary Chemistry Laboratory - Ii

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Analyze organic compounds qualitatively involving simple chemical reactions. The functional groups, elements present and nature of the compounds will be identified

      PHY204

      Modern Physics - I

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Analyse and relate the properties of cathode and positive rays and describe the phenomena of the photoelectric experiment

      ·      Analyse relativistic atom models and their experimental confirmation

      ·      Measure the values of Lande’s g factor and atomic magnetic moment in atoms by using the concept of Zeeman effect and Paschen Back effect

      ·      Identify the basic structure and properties of the nucleus and analyse the mechanism of natural radioactivity

      ·      Analyse the principle and working of neutron detectors and particle accelerators

      ECS106

      Basic Electronics

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Analyse and explain the working of various diodes and rectifiers

      ·      Describe the characteristics of transistor under different configurations and design different types of various transistor biasing

      ·      Analyse the frequency response and voltage and current gain of amplifiers.

      ·      Design various types of oscillators

      ·      Design op. amp circuits to perform basic arithmetic operations

      PHY308

      Laser & Applications

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Describe the principle of lasing action and identify the elements of the laser system

      ·      Differentiate temporal and spatial coherence, concepts of resonators and its importance in the generation of LASER light

      ·      Analyse the role of the active medium, working principles, energies of the ground and excited states in a three and four-level energy level diagram in various types of LASERs

      ·      Apply different types of LASERS in Science and Technology

      ·      Describe the light propagation principles in optical fibre and its applications

      CSE226

      Computer Programming

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Apply their knowledge in the basic programming on Python language and installation techniques in the operating system

      ·      Identify advanced topics on Python such as functions, modules and file handling

      ·      Analyse the basic tools for numerical calculations such as NumPy and SciPy

      ·      Develop programs for problems such as projectile motion, planetary motions and some nonlinear oscillators

      ·      Develop programs to understand and visualize the concepts of electromagnetic radiations, Young’s double-slit experiment, nuclear decay and Rutherford scattering

      PHY216

      Laser & Advanced Optics Lab

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Find the numerical aperture and bending loss fiber

      ·      Calculate the radius and power of lenses to construct telescopes

      ·      Measure the refractive index of a given liquid using spectrometer and Newton’s ring

      ·      Apply the concept of interference to estimate the slit width and particle size

      ·      Evaluate the concept of polarization

      CSE227

      Computer Programming Lab

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Develop python programs for basic physics concepts such as simple pendulum and interference

      ·      Perceive and infer polar and Cartesian coordinate conversion and magnetization of a ferromagnet

      ·      Formulate looping operation for the implementation of mathematical functions

      ·      Design and evaluate the curve fitting using python code

      ·      Designing of some basic physics equations in python to imagine the physical concepts

      ·      Elaborate Snell’s law using python

      ·      Evaluate and imagine the electric field due to a point charge and dipole using      python code

      ·      Perceive and infer the radioactive decay and Rutherford scattering concepts by writing python code

      ·      Evaluate the given integral using Trapezoidal rule

      TNP101

      Soft Skills – I

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Successfully introduce himself before others

      ·      Realize the importance of presence of mind and react sharply and swiftly

      ·      Do a self-introspection of their strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats

      ·      Realize the importance of body language in the day to day communication

      PHY309

      Modern Physics – Ii

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Explain the regions of electromagnetic spectrum and its interaction with matters

      ·      Analyse the effect of interaction of electromagnetic radiation with molecules and consecutive rotational energy, vibrational energy change of molecules

      ·      Identify inadequacies of classical mechanics and the origin of quantum mechanics and explain the concepts of wave particle duality, matter waves and the instrumentation of electron microscopes

      ·      Explain postulates of wave mechanics, and analyze Schrödinger’s wave equations(non-relativistic),Klein Gordon’s relativistic wave equation

      ·      Describe the applications of Schrödinger’s equation, the concept of barrier penetration and tunneling

      ECS112

      Digital Electronics

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Apply various number systems for designing digital circuits

      ·      Apply Karnaugh map for simplifying functions using Boolean algebra

      ·      Design and implement combinational digital circuits for various applications

      ·      Design and implement sequential digital circuits for various applications

      ·      Describe various memory organizations and programmable logical arrays

      PHY212

      Elements of Materials Science

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Analyse different types of crystal structures in terms of the crystal lattice and the basis of constituent atoms

      ·      Analyse various bonding nature of solids, thermal properties of solids and explain theory of lattice vibrations

      ·      Analyse the theory of free electron, and classify the properties of metals, semiconductor, insulator with the help of band theory of solids

      ·      Describe dielectric properties of materials and their applications

      ·      Describe the origin of magnetism and theory of different magnetic materials. Also, they will be able to analyse the concepts of superconducting materials

      EES204

      Electrical & Electronic Measuring Instruments

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Categorize the different measurement methods and errors associated with it. Also, they will able to identify statistical analysis methods for the measured data

      ·      Examine voltage, frequency pulse width, pressure and temperature with help of various analogue and digital circuits

      ·      Explain working of different display devices and various signal analysing systems

      ·      Elaborate significance of different transducers with principles and basics of data acquisition system

      ·      Estimate and identify radiation, ionization, pH values with help of a suitable nuclear instrument and chemical sensor

      ECS113

      Electronics Lab - I

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Examine the I-V characteristics of semiconductor and zener diodes

      ·      Analyze the working of half wave, full wave and bridge rectifiers

      ·      Categorize the working of clipping and clamping circuits

      ·      Construct a regulated power supply using a zener diode

      ·      Describe the characteristics of a transistor in CE configuration

      ·      Construct single stage and double stage RC coupled amplifiers

      ·      Construct the circuit and analyze the working of the Emitter Follower, Hartley Oscillator and the Colpitts Oscillator

      ·      Infer the characteristics of the JFET and SCR

      ·      Demonstrate the working of an UJT as a Relaxation Oscillator

      ECS211

      Electronics Lab - Ii

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Experiment with diodes and transistors to interpret logical operations

      ·      Evaluate the working of NAND and NOR gates as Universal gates and examine DeMorgan's Theorem

      ·      Demonstrate the functions of Arithmetic circuits

      ·      Interpret the functions of code conversions BCD and Gray

      ·      Analyze the working of Encoder, Decoder, MUX-DEMUX, Flip-flops and Shift Registers

      ·      Utilize the digital circuit to demonstrate the addition/subtraction of two 1-bit   numbers with the help of Half adder/Subtractor and Full adder/Subtractor

      ·      Explain decimal digit in BCD (input) and generate appropriate outputs for the segments to display the input decimal digit using ICs

      ·      Interpret Digital to Analog conversions

      PHY310

      Mathematical Physics I

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Develop matrix methods to solve Physics problems

      ·      Apply geometric ideas of vector spaces, linear equations, concepts of eigenvectors and eigenvalues to give a unified perspective of Mathematics in Physics

      ·      Apply the basic techniques of vector calculus to solve physical problems

      ·      Analyse the difference between ordinary and partial differential equations

      ·      Apply the concept of probability for statistical Physics applications and other probability dependent Physics problems

      PHY311

      Classical Mechanics

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Apply the Lagrangian formalism to solve problems of classical systems

      ·      Apply the Hamiltonian formalism to solve problems of classical systems

      ·      Apply the concept of central force problem and explain Kepler’s laws and scattering phenomena

      ·      Describe small oscillations and working knowledge of oscillatory particles and applications

      ·      Analyze nonlinear dynamical systemsand to solve the related problems 

      PHY313

      Thermodynamics & Statistical Physics

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Analyze the laws of thermodynamics and concepts of thermal processes, thermodynamic potentials and phase transitions

      ·      Differentiate various ensembles and to derive thermodynamic state functions analytically in some specific cases using partition function

      ·      Construct the partition function and hence calculate macroscopic thermodynamic quantities for various thermodynamic systems obeying classical physics

      ·      Identify different statistics arising from distinguishable and indistinguishable particles and relate these to the behaviour of solids and gases and analyze the distinction between Fermi-Dirac, Bose-Einstein and Maxwell-Boltzmann statistics and the origin of these differences

      ·      Apply the concepts and principles of black-body radiation to analyze radiation phenomena in thermodynamic systems, specific heats of solids and also understand the Fermi-Energy for free electrons in metal

      PHY312

      Electromagnetic Theory

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Apply the fundamental mathematical concepts and vector calculus to static electric fields and potential problems

      ·      Describe the concepts of the electric field in matter (Dielectric) and apply vector calculus to static magnetic fields and potential problems

      ·      Formulate the boundary value problem also solve such problems in simple geometries using separation of variables and the method of images

      ·      Apply the Maxwell equations (differential and integral) to simple electrostatic, magnetostatic and electrodynamic problems and derive Poynting’s theorem from Maxwell’s equations and interpret the terms in the theorem

      ·      Analyze basic wave propagation and generation of electromagnetic waves and make calculations of plane electromagnetic waves in different media and its interfaces

      ECS212

      Analog Circuits

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Design BJT & FET biasing circuits and fix desired operating point

      ·      Design small signal amplifier circuits for the desired frequency response

      ·      Design negative and positive feedback circuits, for the given parameters

      ·      Design Op.Amp. circuits for basic applications as well as ADC & DAC circuits

      ·      Design 555 timerbased circuits for various domestic applications

      PHY315

      General Physics Lab

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Determine Young’s modulus, Rigidity modulus of the given material

      ·      Determine thermal and electrical conductivities of the given material

      ·      Determine the dipole moment of an organic molecule

      ·      Demonstrate the effect of magnetic field on the spectral lines

      ·      Apply the apparent change in the mass of the sample by high magnetic field

      ·      Apply the concept of how to produce two virtual sources using a single source with the help of Michelson Interferometer and also to find wavelength of single source

      ·      Apply the concept of producing elliptical fringes by means of interference technique and hence to find out the young modulus of the given rod

      ECS213

      Analog Circuits Laboratory

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Study the characteristics of JFET, SCR & FET

      ·      Design RC coupled amplifier and present its frequency response

      ·      Design differential amplifiers using BJT and study different modes

      ·      Design tuned amplifiers and to determine the resonant frequency

      ·      Design oscillators using op-amplifiers and study their characteristics

      ·      Design various filters and frequency response

      ·      Design various configurations of multivibrators using IC and study their characteristics

      ·      Design D/A converters with a specific resolution

      ·      Design PLL and study its performance

      ·      Design a lamp dimmer circuit

      PHY401

      Mathematical Physics Ii

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Apply power series methods for solving polynomial equations such as Hermite, Lagurre, Legendre and Bessel

      ·      Apply Fourier series and Fourier transform to solve periodic and aperiodic functions

      ·      Explain the concept of complex variables through arithmetic operations, derivatives, integrals with their residues

      ·      Apply the concepts of groups to solvephysics problems

      PHY402

      Quantum Mechanics

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Demonstrate the difference between classical and quantum Physics

      ·      Analyse the single and multi-particle systems adapting Schrodinger equation

      ·      Apply various operators like momentum, energy and spin to determine eigen values and eigen functions

      ·      Analyse the potential well, SHO, Hydrogen atom problems

      ·      Apply approximation methods to analyse different kinds of perturbations

      PHY403

      Nuclear and Particle Physics

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Explain the basic concepts of nuclear physics and determine fundamental parameters

      ·      Analyse the concepts of nuclear forces and nuclear decay

      ·      Analyse the attributes of nuclear reactions

      ·      Analyse the working of nuclear reactors and accelerators

      ·      Explain the types of elementary particles and their characteristics

      PHY404

      Condensed Matter Physics

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Describe different types of crystal structures and fundamental crystal parameters

      ·      Explain the concepts of phonons, electron-phonon interactions and their role on thermal properties

      ·      Analyse the importance of free electron and nearly free electron models in determining the transport properties

      ·      Analyse the magnetic properties of materials

      ·      Analyse the superconducting and dielectric properties of materials

      ECS114

      Digital Design

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Apply K-map and Quine McClusky techniques to simplify Boolean expressions

      ·      Design combinational circuits like adders, comparators, encoders, multiplexers and demultiplexers, etc.

      ·      Design different kinds of synchronous and asynchronous sequential circuits

      ·      Explain the different types of memories and programmable logical devices and their features

      PHY316

      Advanced Physics Laboratory

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Determine the Hall parameters of the given semiconducting material

      ·      Determine absorption coefficient using G.M, counter

      ·      Analyze the working principle of solar cells and to find the efficiency through IV curve

      ·      Apply the concept of magnetic susceptibilities and hence to differentiate dia, para, ferro and ferri magnetic materials

      ·      Determine the thermal conductivity of a good conductor

      ·      Apply the concept of ferromagnetic materials by measuring remnant flux density and coercivity

      ·      Demonstrate the characteristics of Klystron oscillator & Gunn diode and microwave generation

      ·      Analyze the frequency dependents polarization effect in liquid using microwaves

      ·      Estimate the g-factor by applying the function of electron spin resonance spectrometer

      ·      Determine the optical properties of materials using UV-Vis spectrophotometer

      ·      Analyze the various functional groups in materials using FTIR

      ·      Apply the concept of ionization and detector mechanism of gamma radiation

      ECS115

      Digital Design Lab

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Design adders and subtractors using ICs. and implement the same with ICs.

      ·      Design combinational circuits with NAND & NOR gates

      ·      Design decoders with a 7-segment display and design Multiplexer and Demultiplexer using ICs

      ·      Design an arithmetic and logic unit

      ·      Design a 1-bit comparator using 74xx IC and analyze the operation of a 4-bit comparator (IC 7485)

      ·      Design code converters

      ·      Design shift registers and synchronous & asynchronous counters using flip flops

      ·      Apply the concept of register file, instruction and memories and will be able to design registers and memories

      ·      Design D/A convertors

      PHY405

      Physics of Bulk & Nanomaterials

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Explain the nucleation kinetics and growth of crystals and nanomaterials (especially thin films)

      ·      Differentiate various methods of crystal growth techniques and its basics

      ·      Apply the various methods of thin film deposition techniques and   process parameters

      ·      Explainthe materials characterization techniques and how they will be used to characterize the crystals and thin films

      PHY406

      Spectroscopy

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Describe the interaction of electromagnetic radiation with matters

      ·      Analyze the effect of interaction of electromagnetic radiation with molecules and determine rotational and vibrational energy change of molecules

      ·      Apply the principles of Raman scattering to analyze the Raman spectrum to get the information about the molecular structure

      ·      Explain the electronic transition of molecules during electromagnetic interaction, the concept of electronic and nuclear spin and resonance effect under the influence of magnetic field 

      ·      Analyze the working principles of different spectrometers

      ECS207

      Microprocessor & Microcontroller

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Explain the architecture of a 16 bitmicroprocessor and an eight bit microcontroller

      ·      Develop assembly language programs to command the microprocessor and microcontroller for logical, arithmetic and control operations

      ·      Demonstrate the role of peripheral ICs in designing a digital system

      ·      Develop assembly language programs to command the microprocessor and microcontroller for various applications

      PHY407

      Photonics

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Explain the theoretical foundations of laser generation and their physical parameters through various working principles

      ·      Explain the physical principles, different types of lasers, their applications

      ·      Explain the light propagation in various mediums

      ·      Explain different types of nanophotonic materials and their importance

      ·      Describe the concepts of nonlinear optics and importance of nonlinear optical materials

      ECS312

      Optoelectronics Devices

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Explain the wave nature of light

      ·      Analyze the uses of dielectric waveguides and optical fibers

      ·      Explain the functioning of various semiconductor LEDs and LASER

      ·      Explain the principles of polarization and modulation of light

      ECS215

      Communication Systems

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Analyze the basics of modulation and elements of amplitude modulation

      ·      Explain the basics of frequency modulation and various phase and frequency modulation techniques

      ·      Analyzethe elements of transmitters, receivers and designing of transmitters and receivers

      ·      Describe the basics of multiplexing, multiple access and various techniques in the same

      PHY408

      Computational Physics

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Analyze the basics of SCILAB programming and perform simulations and computations with the same

      ·      Apply various numerical methods to solve ordinary differential equations and boundary value problems

      ·      Apply various numerical methods to solve partial differential equations, initial and boundary value problems

      ·      Learn a selection of computational methods and how these can be used to solve problems within different fields of physics

      PHY143

      Research Methodology

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Realize the difference between theoretical and experimental research

      ·      Infer the essentials of research design, types  of research errors and statistical testing of hypothesis

      ·      Justify the importance of data collection,  ethics of research, thesis and article writing

      PHY399

      Seminar

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Present their research findings with maximum clarity

      PHY500

      Nanomaterials Synthesis & Characterization Laboratory

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Synthesize metal nanoparticles, chalcogenide quantum dots, metal oxide nanoparticles using chemical techniques

      ·      Deposit thin films of metal oxides and chalcogenides using spray, spin and dip techniques

      ·      Deposit 2D & 3D nanostructures using PVD techniques

      ·      Study the structural, morphological, electrical and optical properties of the synthesized materials

      ·      Demonstrate the gas sensing characteristics of metal oxide thin films

      ·      Explain the crystallization aspects of nonlinear optical crystal KDP

      ECS216

      Microprocessor & Microcontroller Lab

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Develop assembly language program to perform arithmetic, logical operations using 8086

      ·      Design DAC, seven segment, keypad interface circuits with 8086

      ·      Simulate searching and sorting programs by accessing an array of data using direct and indirect addressing modes of 8086

      ·      Programs to command hardware interrupt controllers (IC 8259)

      ·      Design microprocessor based temperature measurement (ADC0809) system

      ·      Handle and differentiate bit and byte oriented operations with Arithmetic and Logic Unit(ALU) using 8051

      ·      Handle and implement Look-up table using program counter and data pointer as base address

      ·      Handle and implement programs using timers and counters and will be able to generate PWM waveforms using8051 and to control light intensity

      ·      Acquire data from matrix keypad and display the same in LCD module

      ·      Convert an analog value in to digital using the inbuilt ADC of 8051

      PHY501

      Project Work & Viva Voce

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Excel in problem solving and research skills

      ·      Create problem statements and design methodologies

      ·      Design experiments and analyse the results

      ·      Derive conclusions based on the observation and analysis

    • Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

      The M.Sc. Physics programme at SASTRA has been designed with the objective to develop in-depth understanding of principles and concepts of Physics, proficiency in experimentation to understand the theoretical and experimental dimensions of Physics.

      The specific objectives of the programme are

      • To develop analytical skills and the ability to solve real word dynamical problems by understanding of physical laws and principles
      • To develop competency and understanding of the basic concepts found in core Physics courses such as classical mechanics, quantum mechanics, thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism and modern physics
      • To develop the ability to design, conduct, observe, analyze and report the experiments
      • To provide the essential knowledge of mathematical and computational tools useful in the relevant areas of Physics
      • To impart higher-level experimental skills needed to tackle emerging scientific problems
      • To develop critical and creative thinking and to investigate various physical systems objectively while bridging the gap between theory and practice
      • To develop research skills which include advanced laboratory and numerical techniques required to be a professional physicist

      Programme Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

      Upon successful completion of this programme, learners will be able to

      • Explain the basic laws of Physics and various natural physical phenomenon and able to link the learnt concepts with the observations
      • Carryout experiments to test the outcome of basic Physics concepts and to create new skills and tools and also able to apply the acquired knowledge to solve real time problems
      • Analyse and correlate the interrelations between theory and observation; the role of systematic and random experimental errors and methods used to analyze experimental uncertainty and compare experiment with theory
      • Carryout independent research work and produce significant results and technical document
      • Communicate effectively to a technical audience
      • Contribute to the welfare of the society with ethical and environmental consciousness
      • Engage in lifelong learning in the broadest context of scientific and technological change

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs)

      Course Code Course Name CLOs

      PHY310

      Mathematical Physics I

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Develop matrix methods to solve Physics problems

      ·      Apply geometric ideas of vector spaces, linear equations, concepts of eigenvectors and eigenvalues to give a unified perspective of Mathematics in Physics

      ·      Apply the basic techniques of vector calculus to solve physical problems

      ·      Analyse the difference between ordinary and partial differential equations

      ·      Apply the concept of probability for statistical Physics applications and other probability dependent Physics problems

      PHY311

      Classical Mechanics

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Apply the Lagrangian formalism to solve problems of classical systems

      ·      Apply the Hamiltonian formalism to solve problems of classical systems

      ·      Apply the concept of central force problem and explain Kepler’s laws and scattering phenomena

      ·      Describe small oscillations and working knowledge of oscillatory particles and applications

      ·      Analyze nonlinear dynamical systemsand to solve the related problems 

      PHY313

      Thermodynamics & Statistical Physics

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Analyze the laws of thermodynamics and concepts of thermal processes, thermodynamic potentials and phase transitions

      ·      Differentiate various ensembles and to derive thermodynamic state functions analytically in some specific cases using partition function

      ·      Construct the partition function and hence calculate macroscopic thermodynamic quantities for various thermodynamic systems obeying classical physics

      ·      Identify different statistics arising from distinguishable and indistinguishable particles and relate these to the behaviour of solids and gases and analyze the distinction between Fermi-Dirac, Bose-Einstein and Maxwell-Boltzmann statistics and the origin of these differences

      ·      Apply the concepts and principles of black-body radiation to analyze radiation phenomena in thermodynamic systems, specific heats of solids and also understand the Fermi-Energy for free electrons in metal

      PHY312

      Electromagnetic Theory

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Apply the fundamental mathematical concepts and vector calculus to static electric fields and potential problems

      ·      Describe the concepts of the electric field in matter (Dielectric) and apply vector calculus to static magnetic fields and potential problems

      ·      Formulate the boundary value problem also solve such problems in simple geometries using separation of variables and the method of images

      ·      Apply the Maxwell equations (differential and integral) to simple electrostatic, magnetostatic and electrodynamic problems and derive Poynting’s theorem from Maxwell’s equations and interpret the terms in the theorem

      ·      Analyze basic wave propagation and generation of electromagnetic waves and make calculations of plane electromagnetic waves in different media and its interfaces

      ECS212

      Analog Circuits

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Design BJT & FET biasing circuits and fix desired operating point

      ·      Design small signal amplifier circuits for the desired frequency response

      ·      Design negative and positive feedback circuits, for the given parameters

      ·      Design Op.Amp. circuits for basic applicationsas well as ADC & DAC circuits

      ·      Design 555 timerbased circuits for various domestic applications

      PHY315

      General Physics Lab

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Determine Young’s modulus, Rigidity modulus of the given material

      ·      Determine thermal and electrical conductivities of the given material

      ·      Determine the dipole moment of an organic molecule

      ·      Demonstrate the effect of magnetic field on the spectral lines

      ·      Apply the apparent change in the mass of the sample by high magnetic field

      ·      Apply the concept of how to produce two virtual sources using a single source with the help of Michelson Interferometer and also to find wavelength of single source

      ·      Apply the concept of producing elliptical fringes by means of interference technique and hence to find out the young modulus of the given rod

      ECS213

      Analog Circuits Laboratory

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Study the characteristics of JFET, SCR & FET

      ·      Design RC coupled amplifier and present its frequency response

      ·      Design differential amplifiers using BJT and study different modes

      ·      Design tuned amplifiers and to determine the resonant frequency

      ·      Design oscillators using op-amplifiers and study their characteristics

      ·      Design various filters and frequency response

      ·      Design various configurations of multivibrators using IC and study their characteristics

      ·      Design D/A converters with a specific resolution

      ·      Design PLL and study its performance

      ·      Design a lamp dimmer circuit

      PHY401

      Mathematical Physics Ii

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Apply power series methods for solving polynomial equations such as Hermite, Lagurre, Legendre and Bessel

      ·      Apply Fourier series and Fourier transform to solve periodic and aperiodic functions

      ·      Explain the concept of complex variables through arithmetic operations, derivatives, integrals with their residues

      ·      Apply the concepts of groups to solvephysics problems

      PHY402

      Quantum Mechanics

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Demonstrate the difference between classical and quantum Physics

      ·      Analyse the single and multi-particle systems adapting Schrodinger equation

      ·      Apply various operators like momentum, energy and spin to determine eigen values and eigen functions

      ·      Analyse the potential well, SHO, Hydrogen atom problems

      ·      Apply approximation methods to analyse different kinds of perturbations

      PHY403

      Nuclear and Particle Physics

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Explain the basic concepts of nuclear physics and determine fundamental parameters

      ·      Analyse the concepts of nuclear forces and nuclear decay

      ·      Analyse the attributes of nuclear reactions

      ·      Analyse the working of nuclear reactors and accelerators

      ·      Explain the types of elementary particles and their characteristics

      PHY404

      Condensed Matter Physics

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Describe different types of crystal structures and fundamental crystal parameters

      ·      Explain the concepts of phonons, electron-phonon interactions and their role on thermal properties

      ·      Analyse the importance of free electron and nearly free electron models in determining the transport properties

      ·      Analyse the magnetic properties of materials

      ·      Analyse the superconducting and dielectric properties of materials

      ECS114

      Digital Design

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Apply K-map and Quine McClusky techniques to simplify Boolean expressions

      ·      Design combinational circuits like adders, comparators, encoders, multiplexers and demultiplexers, etc.

      ·      Design different kinds of synchronous and asynchronous sequential circuits

      ·      Explain the different types of memories and programmable logical devices and their features

      PHY316

      Advanced Physics Laboratory

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Determine the Hall parameters of the given semiconducting material

      ·      Determine absorption coefficient using G.M, counter

      ·      Analyze the working principle of solar cells and to find the efficiency through IV curve

      ·      Apply the concept of magnetic susceptibilities and hence to differentiate dia, para, ferro and ferri magnetic materials

      ·      Determine the thermal conductivity of a good conductor

      ·      Apply the concept of ferromagnetic materials by measuring remnant flux density and coercivity

      ·      Demonstrate the characteristics of Klystron oscillator& Gunn diode and microwave generation

      ·      Analyze the frequency dependents polarization effect in liquid using microwaves

      ·      Estimate the g-factor by applying the function of electron spin resonance spectrometer

      ·      Determine the optical properties of materials using UV-Vis spectrophotometer

      ·      Analyze the various functional groups in materials using FTIR

      ·      Apply the concept of ionization and detector mechanism of gamma radiation

      ECS115

      Digital Design Lab

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Design adders and subtractors using ICs. and implement the same with ICs.

      ·      Design combinational circuits with NAND & NOR gates

      ·      Design decoders with a 7-segment display and design Multiplexer and Demultiplexer using ICs

      ·      Design an arithmetic and logic unit

      ·      Design a 1-bit comparator using 74xx IC and analyze the operation of a 4-bit comparator (IC 7485)

      ·      Design code converters

      ·      Design shift registers and synchronous & asynchronous counters using flip flops

      ·      Apply the concept of register file, instruction and memories and will be able to design registers and memories

      ·      Design D/A convertors

      PHY405

      Physics of Bulk & Nanomaterials

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Explain the nucleation kinetics and growth of crystals and nanomaterials (especially thin films)

      ·      Differentiate various methods of crystal growth techniques and its basics

      ·      Apply the various methods of thin film deposition techniques and   process parameters

      ·      Explainthe materials characterization techniques and how they will be used to characterize the crystals and thin films

      PHY406

      Spectroscopy

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Describe the interaction of electromagnetic radiation with matters

      ·      Analyze the effect of interaction of electromagnetic radiation with molecules and determine rotational and vibrational energy change of molecules

      ·      Apply the principles of Raman scattering to analyze the Raman spectrum to get the information about the molecular structure

      ·      Explain the electronic transition of molecules during electromagnetic interaction, the concept of electronic and nuclear spin and resonance effect under the influence of magnetic field 

      ·      Analyze the working principles of different spectrometers

      ECS207

      Microprocessor & Microcontroller

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Explain the architecture of a 16 bitmicroprocessor and an eight bit microcontroller

      ·      Develop assembly language programs to command the microprocessor and microcontroller for logical, arithmetic and control operations

      ·      Demonstrate the role of peripheral ICs in designing a digital system

      ·      Develop assembly language programs to command the microprocessor and microcontroller for various applications

      PHY407

      Photonics

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Explain the theoretical foundations of laser generation and their physical parameters through various working principles

      ·      Explainthe physical principles, different types of lasers, their applications

      ·      Explain the light propagation in various mediums

      ·      Explain different types of nanophotonic materials and their importance

      ·      Describe the concepts of nonlinear optics and importance of nonlinear optical materials

      ECS312

      Optoelectronics Devices

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Explain the wave nature of light

      ·      Analyze the uses of dielectric waveguides and optical fibers

      ·      Explain the functioning of various semiconductor LEDs and LASER

      ·      Explain the principles of polarization and modulation of light

      ECS215

      Communication Systems

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Analyze the basics of modulation and elements of amplitude modulation

      ·      Explain the basics of frequency modulation and various phase and frequency modulation techniques

      ·      Analyzethe elements of transmitters, receivers and designing of transmitters and receivers

      ·      Describe the basics of multiplexing, multiple access and various techniques in the same

      PHY408

      Computational Physics

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Analyze the basics of SCILAB programming and perform simulations and computations with the same

      ·      Apply various numerical methods to solve ordinary differential equations and boundary value problems

      ·      Apply various numerical methods to solve partial differential equations, initial and boundary value problems

      ·      Learn a selection of computational methods and how these can be used to solve problems within different fields of physics

      PHY143

      Research Methodology

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Realize the difference between theoretical and experimental research

      ·      Infer the essentials of research design, types  of research errors and statistical testing of hypothesis

      ·      Justify the importance of data collection,  ethics of research, thesis and article writing

      PHY399

      Seminar

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Present their research findings with maximum clarity

      PHY500

      Nanomaterials Synthesis & Characterization Laboratory

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Synthesize metal nanoparticles, chalcogenide quantum dots, metal oxide nanoparticles using chemical techniques

      ·      Deposit thin films of metal oxides and chalcogenides using spray, spin and dip techniques

      ·      Deposit 2D & 3D nanostructures using PVD techniques

      ·      Study the structural, morphological, electrical and optical properties of the synthesized materials

      ·      Demonstrate the gas sensing characteristics of metal oxide thin films

      ·      Explain the crystallization aspects of nonlinear optical crystal KDP

      ECS216

      Microprocessor & Microcontroller Lab

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Develop assembly language program to perform arithmetic, logical operations using 8086

      ·      Design DAC, seven segment, keypad interface circuits with 8086

      ·      Simulate searching and sorting programs by accessing an array of data using direct and indirect addressing modes of 8086

      ·      Programs to command hardware interrupt controllers (IC 8259)

      ·      Design microprocessor based temperature measurement (ADC0809) system

      ·      Handle and differentiate bit and byte oriented operations with Arithmetic and Logic Unit(ALU) using 8051

      ·      Handle and implement Look-up table using program counter and data pointer as base address

      ·      Handle and implement programs using timers and counters and will be able to generate PWM waveforms using8051 and to control light intensity

      ·      Acquire data from matrix keypad and display the same in LCD module

      ·      Convert an analog value in to digital using the inbuilt ADC of 8051

      PHY501

      Project Work & Viva Voce

      Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to

      ·      Excel in problem solving and research skills

      ·      Create problem statements and design methodologies

      ·      Design experiments and analyse the results

      ·      Derive conclusions based on the observation and analysis

    • Programme outcomes

      • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
      • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
      • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
      • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
      • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
      • The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
      • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
      • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
      • Individual and teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
      • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
      • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
      • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

      Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

      • To impart fundamental and core concepts and principles of Science and Technology,basic and advanced mathematical techniques and software tools needed to design,analyse and provide solutions to problems.
      • To provide a broad base of Power Engineering from Electrical Machines, Drives & Control to Design & Testing of Electrical Power Apparatus, Transmission & Distribution, Switchgear & Protection to Power System Analysis, Stability, Quality & Design, Electrical & Electronic Circuits to Analog & Digital System Design,Measurements to Instrumentation and Control, Recent advancements in Power systems.
      • To impart knowledge in Power Systems including advanced topics such as Modern Power System Protection and Switchgear, EHVAC and DC Transmission Systems,Analysis, Modeling and Simulation of Power System Components, Substation Automation, FACTS, Distribution Systems and Energy System Management To prepare eminent power engineers capable of playing significant role in the private and public power sectors or carrying out related research activities at academic and research institutions.
      • To impart knowledge and skills of power system engineering with challenges imposed by energy resources’ constraints, bridge the gap between energy supply and demand for the overall benefit of the society and communicate effectively in inter-disciplinary environment, either independently or in a team, and demonstrate leadership qualities.

      Programme Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

      Upon successful completion of this Programme, learners will be able to

      • Apply the knowledge acquired in Basic Sciences, Mathematics, Engineering Fundamentals and the subject of specialization to provide solution to complex electrical engineering problems.
      • Have thorough understanding of the transmission and distribution systems, substations, high voltage systems and equipment, power system analysis, electrical and electronic devices, protective equipment, etc., and confidently approach the complexities prevalent with ease.
      • Demonstrate the skills to design Electrical and Power systems that meet the desired specification requirements.
      • Analyse, identify, review and formulate electrical engineering problems and also arrive at sustainable solutions.
      • Create, select and adopt appropriate resources, techniques, engineering and IT tools to investigate and arrive at conclusions on the engineering problems and solution methodologies, considering the dynamic limitations.
      • Commit to the Professional Ethics, norms of engineering practices and assess the social, cultural, legal, safety issues and consequent responsibilities while working on engineering assignments &have an understanding of impact of engineering solutions on the society and also be aware of contemporary issues.
      • Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams having multi-disciplinary and interdisciplinary settings.
      • Communicate effectively in both verbal and written forms, comprehend and prepare reports, presentations and documentation.
      • Understand the rate of obsolescence, develop confidence for self-education and update both technical and other aspects periodically and sustain the ability to be independent and confident.
      • Have the ability to provide solutions for electrical engineering problems, interpreting & analyzing data and reporting the results.

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs)

      Course Code Course Name CLOs Upon successful completion of the course, the learners will be able to

      MPSCMA 301R01

      Engineering Mathematics – III

      • Apply and interpret Laplace and Fourier transforms and complex differentiation and integration in appropriate electrical engineering domains.
      • Evaluate complicated integrals using residue calculus.

      MPSCEE 302 R02

      Circuit Theory

      • Analyse AC/DC circuits by applying fundamental laws and network theorems.
      • Formulate and analyse the behaviour of RLC transients, resonance, coupled circuits and three phase circuits

      MPSCEE 303 R02

      Digital Electronics

      • Design combinational logic circuits, synchronous & asynchronous sequential circuits and finite state machines towards the development of digital systems

      MPSCEE 304 R01

      Electronic Circuits

      • Design & analyse the small/large signal and low/high frequency amplifiers and oscillator
        circuits with BJT, JFET and MOSFET.

      MPSCEE 305 R02

      Electrical & Electronic Measuring Instruments

      • Explain measurement system characteristics and errors associated with parameter
        measurement.
      • Explain the constructional features, working principle and characteristics of digital and analog measuring instruments.
      • Explain the use of instrument transformers in high voltage circuits and differentiate various techniques for measurement of maximum demand, frequency, power factor and
        phase sequence.
      • Analyse measurement errors by applying statistical parameters

      MPSCEE 306 R01

       

      Digital Electronics Lab

      • Design and develop digital systems for various electronic applications

      MPSCEE 307 R02

       

      Electronic Circuits Lab

      • Design, analyze and verify the performance characteristics of BJT, JFET & MOSFET
        and troubleshoot

      MPSDME 303

      Thermodynamics & Fluid Machinery

      • Solve problems related to closed and open loop thermodynamic systems
      • Explain the working principle and analyse IC engine performance
      • Design hydraulic turbines and centrifugal pumps for power plant applications

      MPSDEC 305R01

      Device Physics

      • Analyze and compare the operation of various semiconductor devices
      • Correlate material parameters to device performance parameters and infer the circuit
        performance parameters from the device parameters.

      MPSDEC301R01

       

      Material Science

      • Explain and analyze the science of materials in different applications of engineering and
        technology.

      MPSCMA 401R01

       

      Engineering Mathematics - IV

      • Explain basic concepts of method of separation of variables and Fourier solution.
      • Solve two dimensional boundary and initial value problems in engineering applications

      MPSCEE 402 R02

       

      Linear Integrated Circuits

      • Explain the op-amp characteristics, operations, stabilization and feedback techniques of
        linear integrated circuits.
      • Analyze and design application circuits using op-amps and illustrate the application of
        specific ICs in voltage regulators, PLL and its application in communication circuits.

      MPSCEE 403 R02

       

      Electrical Machines – I

      • Describe the operating principles and constructional features of DC machines and threephase transformers.
      • Differentiate various operational characteristics of DC machines and transformers.
      • Analyse performance of DC Machines and transformers in terms of efficiency and
        regulation

      MPSCEE 404 R01

       

      Signals & Systems

      • Apply fundamental mathematical tools to model, analyze and design signals and
        systems in both time-domain and frequency-domain.
      • Analyse practical continuous-time and discrete-time systems, such as modulators and
        filters.

      MPSCEE 405 R01

       

      Electromagnetic Field Theory

      • Determine the electric field intensity and electric potential for various chargeconfigurations
      • Calculate the capacitance and inductance of various geometrical configurations and
        explain electromagnetic wave equations using Maxwell‟s equations

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      MPSDEC 412

      Communication and Networks

      • Explain basic building blocks of analog transmitters and receivers.
      • Analyse different digital communication techniques for signal transmission.
      • Elaborate technical features of computer networks

      MPSDME 413

      Fluid Mechanics & Dynamics

      • Explain fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics in Aerodynamics, Hydraulics, Marine Engineering and Gas dynamics.
      • Apply dimensional analysis to predict physical parameters influencing fluid flow.

      MPSDEC 410R02

      Nano Electronic Device

      • Explain the principles of superconductors and optoelectronic devices.
      • Explain quantum mechanical properties, synthesis parameters and imaging techniques of nano electronic devices

      MPSDMA415

      Mathematics for Cyber Security

      • Conduct primality tests based on properties of Prime numbers.
      • Do arithmetic operations on the points of an elliptic curve to observe
        subsequent changes.
      • Illustrate Binary field arithmetic and prove various theorems.
      • Solve recurrence relations.
      • Find various statistical coefficients related to correlation, Regression and Co
        variance by using Scientific calculators.

      MPSCEE 406 R01

      Linear Integrated Circuits Lab

      • Design and test integrated circuits, timer, analog and digital circuits using op-amps.
      • Design triangular wave generator using astable multivibrator, integrator and comparator combination for any given frequency.
      • Design Digital-to-Analog and Analog-to-Digital converters using standard IC.
      • Design second order low pass, high pass and band pass filters for a given cut off
        frequency.
      • Design an audio oscillator for a given cut off frequency

      MPSCEE 407 R01

      Electrical & Electronics Measurements Lab

      • Assemble circuits for measurement of resistance, inductance and capacitance.
      • Calibrate 1-phase and 3-phase meters using Phantom loading.
      • Design multirange ammeter and voltmeter to extend its measuring range.
      • Apply suitable method to determine the power, voltage, current, frequency and phase.
      • Measure earth resistance using earth megger.
      • Determine the quality factor of the given coil using series resonant circuit.
      • Measure the time period and phase angle of the given digital signal using logic circuits.
      • Determine the input and output impedance of an amplifier using loading technique

      MPSCMA 501R01

      Engineering Mathematics-V

      • Apply direct and iterative methods for solving linear equations, algebraic equations of higher degree.
      • Identify appropriate numerical methods for solving both ODE and PDE.
      • Solve and Interpret problems by applying concepts of statistical and probability
        distributions

      MPSCEE 502R01

      Microprocessors & Microcontrollers

      • Explain the architecture of 8086/8088 microprocessor and write programs in assembly language.
      • Formulate interface hardware with 8088 Microprocessor for various applications.
      • Apply 8051 family of Microcontrollers and design embedded systems for real time control applications.

      MPSCEE 503R01

      Control systems

      • Model control systems using transfer functions and state space equations.
      • Analyse and correlate time response and frequency response of linear systems.
      • Infer closed loop response from open loop response of linear systems.
      • Compute stability of linear systems using Routh Hurwitz, Nyquist and root locus techniques

      MPSCEE 504R02

      Transmission & Distribution

      • Explain the basic structure of electric power system, overhead and underground transmission system.
      • Compute transmission line parameters for different configurations.
      • Analyse and evaluate the performance of transmission lines in terms of efficiency and voltage regulation.
      • Analyse and evaluate electrical distribution system for different loads

      MPSCEE 505R02

      Electrical Machines – II

      • Explain construction and working principle of three phase and single phase induction motors, induction generator, synchronous generator and synchronous motor.
      • Estimate and analyse performance of three phase induction motor and synchronous machines under different loading conditions.

      MPSDEE 501

      Digital Signal Processing

      • Solve problems related to the sampling time selection.
      • Analyse the frequency spectrum using standard mathematical tools.
      • Design FIR and IIR filters for user defined specifications.
      • Analyse the performances of digital filter responses

      MPSDCS 502R01

      Java Programming

      • Develop applications using I/O Streams, threads, Collection classes.
      • Design user interface and handle events using applets and AWT controls.
      • Design front end and connect to a database using JDBC.
      • Create applications to establish communication using Sockets

      MPSDEE 506

      Power Plant Engineering

      • Illustrate the principles, operation and components of Thermal, Nuclear, Hydro, Gas Power plants, cogeneration plant and renewable energy sources.
      • Sketch and describe the piping and instrumentation for conventional power plants.
      • Describe the pollution aspects and waste disposal of thermal and nuclear power plant

      MPSDEE 504

      Instrumentation Systems

      • Explain different techniques for the measurement of magnetic circuit parameters.
      • Identify transducers for measurement of low, high, medium and vacuum pressures and calibrate pressure gauges using dead weight tester.
      • Employ appropriate electrical and ultrasonic methods to measure various physical parameters.

      MPSDEE 505

      Soft Computing

      • Explain basic concepts of supervised and unsupervised Artificial Neural Networks like feed forward and back propagation network.
      • Apply Hopfield Network, Self organizingKohonen map and Adaptive resonance theory artificial neural networks (ANN).
      • Explain fuzzy relations, membership functions, fuzzification and defuzzification and classification using fuzzy logic.

      MPSDEC5XX

      Computer Networks

      • Classify the reliable, unreliable transport protocols and various routing
        protocols of the network layer with QoS support.
      • Choose the appropriate MAC layer protocol for a given medium.
      • Discuss the basics of Multimedia Networking, security & Network
        Management.

      MPSDCS509

      Network Tools and Techniques

      • Perform vulnerability scanning to discover weaknesses in systems.
      • Analyze vulnerability scan results, evaluate vulnerability severity and
        prioritise remedial action.
      • Demonstrate and implement security with the use of security tools.
      • Identify possible attacks on passwords & networks.
      • Evaluate the potential threats for a given scenario and formulate
        counter measures to overcome the threat.

      MPSCEE 506R01

      Electrical Machines Lab – I

      • Operate electrical apparatus like D.C generators, motors and transformers with
        precautions ensuring all safety aspects.
      • Fix the range of measuring instruments and fuse to be used based on the rating of the electrical apparatus under study.
      • Construct DC generator characteristics under no load and loaded conditions and
        analyse electrical parameters.
      • Analyse the performance of single-phase transformers in terms of efficiency and voltage regulation.
      • Analyse the performance of DC generator, DC motor and transformer in terms of efficiency using suitable testing methods.
      • Analyse the load sharing capability of individual transformers connected in parallel.
      • Construct DC motor speed characteristics by applying different speed control methods

      MPSCEE 507

      Microprocessors & Microcontrollers Lab

      • Develop assembly language programs in 8086/88 Microprocessors for data processing, code conversion and debugging.
      • Design and develop 8051 Microcontroller based interface peripheral modules for real world applications.

      MPSCTP 508

      Soft Skills – I

      • Show his ability to introduce himself to others.
      • Appreciate presence of mind and reacts sharply and swiftly.
      • Conduct self-introspection of their own strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats.
      • Appreciate the importance of body language during
        communication.
      • Appreciate importance of marketing skills and the need for
        sharpening the skill.
      • Develop the habit of reading and appreciate the greatness of
        great people.
      • Develop answering skills and the ability to articulate his
        thoughts.
      • Develop lateral thinking and encouraged to think differently.
      • Analyse happenings around the globe through a debate.
      • Analyse happenings around the globe through a debate.

      MPSCEE601R02

      Power System Analysis

      • Explain basic representation of power system networks.
      • Analyse power flow and short circuit faults in power system networks.
      • Analyse the rotor dynamics of synchronous machines under different fault conditions.
      • Evaluate the stability of power system using equal area criterion

      MPSCEE602 R02

      Power Electronic Converters

      • Explain the operation and characteristics of different power semiconductor devices.
      • Analyse phase controlled converters under different load conditions and estimate performance parameters.
      • Analyse different dc-dc converter topologies voltage regulators and single phase cycloconverters.
      • Analyse inverter circuit, pulse width modulated inverters, and reduction of harmonics in inverters.

      MPSCEE603R01

      Electrical Machine Design

      • Explain the constructional aspects, design considerations and limitations of AC/DC machines and transformers.
      • Design armature and field system of DC machines, Induction machines and
        Synchronous machines.
      • Design transformer core and windings and its cooling system

      MPSCEE604R02

      Advanced Control Systems

      • Design lead, lag, lag-lead compensators using Bode plot and root locus techniques.
      • Analyse linear and nonlinear systems by constructing phase plane trajectory using
        isoclines method.
      • Analyse stability of discrete time systems using Jury‟s criterion by summarizing sampling process, sampling theorem, spectral distribution, aliasing and reconstruction of sampled
        signal.
      • Evaluate solution of state equations and analyse controllability and observability of physical systems.

      MPSDEE 605R01

      Computer Graphics

      • Explain I/O systems, transformations, viewing and clipping process.
      • Develop algorithms for drawing objects, hidden surface elimination and surface
        rendering methods

      MPSDEE 607

      Special Machines

      • Explain the constructional aspects of different special electrical machines
      • Explain and analyse power converter circuit for switched reluctance motor and stepper motor.

      MPSDEE 610R01

      Digital Image Processing

      • Analyse the process of sampling and quantization.
      • Apply intensity transformation for image enhancement.
      • Modify images using spatial and frequency domains filtering techniques.
      • Apply image enhancement in spatial and frequency domains and Perform morphological operations.

      MPSDEE 611

      Insulation Technology

      • Explain properties of Insulating materials and various factors influencing their
        performance.
      • Analyse and compare the behavior of insulating materials used in various power apparatus under different electric fields.
      • Illustrate surge performance and stress control techniques of transformers having
        different types of windings.
      • Design insulation for Potential and Current Transformers, Cable joints and Terminations.

      MPSDEC6XX

      Cryptography & Network Security

      • Solve modular arithmetic and finite fields
      • Demonstrate block cipher operations
      • Identify issues in ethical hacking.
      • Formulate digital signatures.
      • Defend the importance of enforcing security in internet communication.

      MPSDEE 612

      Data Structures

      • Employ linear data structures like stack, queue and linked lists for a given scenario.
      • Identify and use appropriate non-linear data structure in application development.
      • Choose appropriate graph representation methods to solve problems.
      • Use graph traversals and minimum spanning tree algorithms for solving real-time problems.
      • Implement appropriate searching and sorting techniques.

      MPSDEE 613

      High Voltage Engineering

      • Explain conduction and breakdown process of gas, liquid and solid dielectrics.
      • Analyse breakdown process in gaseous dielectric using Townsend‟s theory, Streamer theory and Paschen‟s law.
      • Measure AC, DC & impulse voltage and current.
      • Analyse high voltage DC, AC and Impulse voltage generation circuits.

      MPSDEE 614

      Substation Design and Installation

      • Develop substation grounding system based on step potential and touch potential criteria by evaluating soil structure and conductor configuration by referring IEEE 80-
        2000 standard for “AC substation grounding.
      • Develop substation layouts for the given system configuration and components.
      • Explain equipment clearances and Power Line Carrier Communication system (PLCC).
      • Formulate and describe documents for installation and commissioning of various equipments in substation.

      MPSDEE 606

      Embedded systems

      • Design and develop an embedded product using advanced 32-bit microcontrollers, covering hardware configuration, chip selection and interface circuits along with software
        incorporating real time control programs.
      • Develop program using Assembly level and C language by distinguishing between ARM
        mode and THUMB mode of operations

      MPSDEC6XX

      Domain-Centric Security

      • Understand the common vulnerabilities and attacks against web
        applications.
      • Build secure mechanisms to address the threats.
      • Appreciate the need of security in IoT & Clouds.
      • Diiferentiate the security between windows and Linux operaing
        systems.

      MPSCEE 605R02

      Electrical machines – II Lab

      • Test electrical apparatus like synchronous and induction machines with precautions ensuring all safety aspects.
      • Select appropriate range of measuring instruments and fuses based on the rating of the electrical apparatus under test.
      • Analyse the behaviour of synchronous and induction machines.
      • Evaluate performance characteristics of synchronous and induction machines under different load conditions.
      • Choose appropriate electrical machine for a specified requirements in real world
        applications

      MPSCEE 606R02

      Control Systems Lab

      • Determine the transfer function for various electrical systems.
      • Develop program in MATLAB platform for finding the time and frequency domain specifications.
      • Develop program in MATLAB platform for finding the closed loop response from open loop response using Nichol‟schart
      • Develop program in MATLAB platform for analyzing the stability of the system in time and frequency domains

      MPSCTP 607R03

      Soft Skills – II

      • Identify expectations of an employer from the
        prospective future employees
      • Perceive selection process through senior student who
        will share his/her experience about their interview
      • Develop SOP for higher studies / research
      • Demonstrate the art of writing a successful resume.
      • Interpret and develop Verbal, Logical, Numerical and
        Analytical skills.
      • Motivate himself to face a job interview
      • Take part in technical session of job interview.
      • Discuss current affairs through Group Discussion.
      • Plan Do’s and Don’ts during group discussion..
      • Plan Do’s and Don’ts during group discussion.

      MPSCEE 608

      Mini Project-I

      The learner will get strengthened the understanding the fundamentals of electrical and electronics engineering through effective application of theoretical concepts to a real-world problems.

      MPSCEE 701R02

      Protection and Switchgear

      • Explain various types of protective relays and justify their usage under various fault
        conditions in power systems.
      • Explain types of fuses and circuit breakers and illustrate the protection mechanisms to be provided to the generator, transformer, busbar and transmission lines.
      • Analyse arcing phenomena in circuit breakers in terms of restriking voltage and recovery
        voltage

      MPSCEE 702R01

      Utilization of Electrical Energy

      • Design lighting schemes for residential & commercial buildings.
      • Estimate key parameters associated with design of heating element.
      • Evaluate requirements of electrical power and associated constraints for heating,
        welding and traction purposes.
      • Analyse and evaluate speed-time curve for different traction services.

      MPSCEE 703R01

      Solid State Drives

      • Explain the concepts, steady state operation, transient dynamics, duty cycles and choice of the electrical drives.
      • Analyse the speed control mechanisms of electrical machines to justify the selection of drives for their effective usage.
      • Evaluate the performance of converter and chopper fed DC drive and induction motor drive.

      MPSCEE 704

      Power System Economics and Control

      • Summarize importance of load curves, cost of power generation, depreciation and tariff.
      • Analyse methods to determine depreciation and tariff.
      • Analyse and evaluate the optimum generation scheduling of thermal plants, types of IEEE excitation systems used to regulate bus voltage profile of the power system networks.
      • Analyse static and dynamic response of primary ALFC loops to regulate frequency for single and two area power systems.

      MPSDEE 709R01

      High Voltage Transmission System

      • Compare technical and economical aspects of EHVAC and HVDC system and summarize problems associated with EHVAC Transmission and Corona.
      • Analyse three phase Graetz bridge converter as rectifier and inverter for various delay
        and overlap angles and explain the control characteristics of HVDC converter system
      • Analyse electrical characteristics and insulating properties of EHV cables & line insulators.

      MPSDEE 711R01

      Static Relays

      • Describe the operation and constructional details of static relays and their applications.
      • Analyse the digital protection schemes for busbars, generators and transformers.
      • Explain and summarize differential protection schemes of transformer, generator and motor using electronic circuits.
      • Analyse static relay solutions for inrush currents and explain the role of microprocessor and microcontroller based motor protection

      MPSDEE 719

      Industrial Control and Automation

      • Describe the basic structure of industrial automation system and its components.
      • Apply the knowledge of basic feedback control in building P,PI and PID controllers for
        industrial applications.
      • Explain the logic behind various hydraulic, pneumatic systems.
      • Develop simple PLC ladder logic for industrial sequential operations

      MPSDEE 714

      Expert Systems and Machine Learning

      • Describe activities of an expert system and identify means of knowledge acquisition.
      • Model semantic nets for analogy problems.
      • Compare different types of learning techniques and judge its appropriateness in a real world problem.
      • Formulate algorithms associated with different types of learning and construct an expert system.

      MPSDEE 706R02

      Flexible AC Transmission Systems

      • Explain need for FACTS and implementation of shunt and series compensation techniques.
      • Analyse operation of STATCOM.
      • Analyse different types of special purpose FACTS controllers and control structure of UPFC and IPFC.

      MPSDEE 713

      Bio Medical Engineering

      • Explain physiological aspects of various systems in human body.
      • Analyse the operation related to bio-potential electrodes, biomedical sensors and biopotential recording system.
      • Describe the awareness of biomedical parameters measurements and also its artifacts.
      • Analyse the operation of various medical instruments and supporting systems.

      MPSDEE 718

      Pattern Recognition

      • Justify the role of decision function in pattern recognition system.
      • Identify and extract the features, employ clustering and classification techniques on extracted features to cluster and classify the data in a given domain.

      MPSDEE 715

      Robotics and Automation

      • Summarize the various building blocks of automation.
      • Analyse the efficiency of the coding by understanding certain specific case studies.
      • Analyse the techniques in programming robotic systems including special case studies.

      MPSDEE 716

      VLSI Design

      • Design SSI,MSI logic circuits using CMOS logic and select CMOS logics for digital system evaluating their characteristics.
      • Design customized digital systems using CMOS logic.
      • Model digital systems using VHDL

      MPSDEE 7XX

      Disaster Management

      • Classify different types of disasters.
      • Formulate strategies, policies and public awareness towards disaster management.
      • Analyse disaster prevention strategies and relate to national policies evaluate the
        mitigation needs of the national and international policies

      MPSDEC719

      Embedded Security

      • Implement data security algorithms on FPGA and analyze the hardware
        utilization, power and timing requirements
      • Formulate design strategies to counterattack the attacks on embedded
        microcontrollers and FPGA
      • Comprehend the importance of machine learning algorithms and data
        analysis for designing efficient information security architecture

      MPSCEE 705R02

      Power Electronics & Drives Lab

      • Develop, design, analyse and simulate (using P-spice and Matlab software) the
        rectifiers, AC voltage controllers, choppers, inverters using power semiconductor devices as well as pulse generator and triggering circuits for power semiconductor.
      • Apply, analyse and design the speed control circuit for various types of motors like DC motor, AC motors and universal motors.

      MPSCEE 706R02

      Power Systems & HV Lab

      • Develop MATLAB coding load flow and stability analysis power system networks.
      • Analyse the short circuit faults in power system using ETAP package.
      • Analyse and interpret the electrostatic field pattern for different electrode configuration using Quick field software package.
      • Design and analyse Multistage Cockroft-Walton DC generator using PSPICE software.

      MPSCEE 707

      Mini Project- II

      Learner will get strengthened the understanding the fundamentals of power system engineering through effective application of theoretical concepts to a real-world problems.

      MPSCEE 801R01

      Modeling & Simulation of Power

      System Components

      Explain the mathematical modelling of various power system components and to develop the simulation model using MATLAB to study the performance of the power system.

      MPSCEE802R01

      Advanced Power System Analysis

      Able to do steady state and transient analysis of the given power system.

      MPSCEE803R01

      Power System Operation & Control

      Formulate and provide the solution for thermal generation scheduling, hydro thermal generation scheduling, unit commitment problem and analyse the static and dynamic response of ALFC in single and two area power system.

      MPSCEE804R01

      FACTS

      Explain the need for FACTS devices, implementation of shunt and series compensation techniques, select a suitable FACTS device for a specific application along with its control system, analyse different types of hybrid FACTS controllers and apply FACTS controllers to distribution systems for power quality improvement.

      MPSCEE805R01

      Power System Lab -I

      Perform various power system studies such as load flow, fault study, protective device coordination, state estimation and contingency analysis using software tools. The learner will be able to perform various power system operations such as economic dispatch, unit commitment and load frequency control using MATLAB/Simulink.

      MPSDEE802

      Wind & Solar Energy Systems

      Describe the operating principle of stand-alone and grid-connected system along with the challenges in grid integration of wind energy conversion system and solar photovoltaic system

      MPSDEE803R01

      Electrical Distribution Systems

      Design & analyse the primary and secondary distribution systems, familiarize with various protection devices, estimate the losses and devise appropriate compensation techniques under different operating conditions.

      MPSDEE806

      EHVAC Power Transmission

      Explain the implications of corona phenomenon and electrostatic fields in EHV transmission lines, determine and analyse the transmission line parameters such as inductance, capacitance and surface voltage gradient of bundled conductor configurations.

      MPSDEE807

      HVDC Transmission

      Develop suitable control strategy of HVDC and design harmonic filters on AC and DC side.

      MPSDEE808

      Power Quality

      Classify the various sources of power quality issues, understand their characteristics, measurement and monitoring techniques and also analyse the various mitigation methods and power quality improvement
      techniques.

      MPSCEE901R01

      Optimization Techniques

      • Use the suitable method to find the Optimum value of different types of LPP
      • Apply the concept of optimality criteria for various types of optimization problems in different areas of engineering.
      • Solve various constrained and unconstrained problems in single variable as well as multivariable.
      • Utilize the optimization techniques in real life situations.
      • Solve various nonlinear programming problems.
      • Analyse the different optimization algorithms, multidisciplinary design optimization.
      • Apply dynamic programming to solve the nonlinear programming problem.

      MPSCEE 902R01

      Power System Stability

      Analyse the small signal stability, steady state stability, transient stability, voltage stability and sub-synchronous resonance phenomena of power system under various operating conditions

      MPSCEE903R01

      Power System Reliability

      Analyze the reliability of different subsystems of the power systems under different operating conditions.

      MPSCEE904R01

      Power System Lab -II

      Understand and analyse the performance parameters of transmission lines under various configurations and loading conditions, understand the performance of various protective relays used in power systems for various applications.

      MPSCEE905R01

      Project Phase - I

      Develop skills on framing a research question/hypothesis and apply knowledge of power system engineering for result analysis and presentation.

      MPSDEE902

      Intelligent Computing Techniques

      • Understand the different artificial neural network architecture and algorithm.
      • Apply it for practical engineering problems.
      • Apply Genetic algorithm to a practical optimization problem

      MPSDEE903

      Integrated Energy Management

      Explain the significance of energy conservation measures, apply energy audit procedures, analyse and evaluate different electrical systems incorporated with energy conservation measures

      MPSDEE905

      Evolutionary Computing Techniques

      • Apply fundamental concepts of EA
      • Demonstrate the ability to design Evolutionary and Genetic Programming
      • Apply Parameter Tuning and Control Techniques
      • Acquire concept on Hybridization of EA
      • Design and implement Multi Objective and Interactive EAs
      • Apply Ants Colony System and Particle Swam Intelligence to Optimization Problems.

      MPSDEE908

      Distributed Generation & Micro grid

      Understand the planning and
      operation of different types of distributed generation units and microgrids and the application of power electronics in the interconnection issues with the power systems.

      MPSDEE909

      Power System Protection

      Design the circuits for
      overcurrent, directional overcurrent, distance relays using solid-state devices. Moreever, the learner will be familiarized in the function of computer in the field of protection in power systems

      MPSDEE910

      Power System Transients

      Analyse the effect of various lightning, switching, temporary-over voltages and travelling waves and the insulation coordination in power system equipments.

      MPSDEE911

      Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Systems

      Design, analyse and control the performance of hybrid and electric vehicles.

      MPSDEE912

      Testing of Power Apparatus

      Explain and analyse the requirements of various high voltage tests for the power system components and the safety aspects of the high voltage test facilities.

      MPSCEE1001

      Project Work & Viva Voce

      • Define and formulate the real-world problem to an engineering research problem statement.
      • Postulate a hypothesis for solving the formulated problem by identifying the required parameters and justifying the measures to be used.
      • Utilize standard tools, algorithms, techniques, software to solve the defined problem.
      • Analyse the data collected and interpret the findings/ solutions / Improvements
      • Generate a technical report using required representations in the form of graphs, schematic diagrams, charts.
      • Disseminate his acquired knowledge by means of research papers/seminars.
    • Programme outcomes

      • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
      • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
      • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
      • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
      • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
      • The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
      • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
      • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
      • Individual and teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
      • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
      • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
      • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

      Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

      The Five year Integrated M.Tech. Programme in Communication Systems is designed to

      • Provide a strong foundation in concepts, functional and procedural sequences, design, implementation and application aspects of Communication Systems
      • Develop modeling and simulation skills to design and test the performance of communication systems
      • Impart the knowledge on various information security schemes for developing secured communication networks
      • Make the graduates adaptive to new technologies and attain professional competence through lifelong learning
      • Enable the master students to opt for research career through specializations in their curriculum

      Programme Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

      Upon successful completion of this Programme, learners will be able to

      • Focus on the practical applications and design aspects of communications systems
      • Solve problems in the field implementations with aptitude for innovation
      • Demonstrate the integration between various systems, such as wireless communication, wireless sensor networks, embedded systems etc.
      • Have strong scientific temper to continue seamlessly into research career
      • Present ideas publicly and defend scientifically
      • Work as an individual and in a interdisciplinary team
      • Use high-level computing tools for the design and development of communication systems

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs)

      Course Code Course Name CLOs Upon successful completion of the course, the learners will be able to

      MCSCMA 301 R01

      Engineering Mathematics    -    III

      ·         Apply Laplace Transform and its properties for solving partial derivatives and integrals in engineering problems

      ·         Employ analytical and harmonic functions, conformal mappings, and Bilinear transformations for solving engineering problems

      ·         Evaluate a contour integral using the parameterization of the contour by applying Cauchy’s theorem and Cauchy’s residue theorem

      ·         Solve engineering problems using Fourier Transform and its properties

      MCSCEC 302 R02

      Electric Networks

      ·         Design, develop, implement and verify electric networks

      MCSCEC 303 R02

      Digital Electronics

      ·         Design combinational logic circuits, synchronous & asynchronous sequential circuits and finite state machines towards the development of digital systems

      MCSCEC 304 R02

      Electronic Circuits

      ·         Design and analyse the small/large signal and low/high frequency amplifiers and oscillator circuits with BJT, JFET & MOSFET

      MCSCEC 305 R02

      Engineering Electromagnetics

      ·         Analyse the wave propagation in unbounded and bounded medium for describing the features of transmission line and wave guides

      MCSDEC 302R02

      Measurements and

      Instrumentation

      ·         Explain the various components of measurement systems

      ·         Analyze the various characteristics of measurement systems 

      ·         Design bridges and meters for measuring the electrical parameters

      ·         Describe the operation of digital counters for digital measurements

      ·         Make use of CRO for measurement and analysis

      MCSDEC 305R01

      Material Science

      ·         Relate the properties of materials for applications in engineering and technology

      MCSDEC 307

      Java Programming

      ·         Develop  applications using I/O Streams, threads, Collection classes

      ·         Design user interface and handle events using applets and AWT controls

      ·         Design front end and connect to a database using JDBC

      ·         Create applications to establish communication using Sockets

      MCSDEC 308

      Nano Electronic Devices

      ·         Design quantum and molecular devices for optoelectronics, memory, superconductor and energy applications

      MCSCEC 306 R02

      Digital Electronics Laboratory

      ·         Design and develop digital systems for various applications

      MCSCEC 307 R02

      Electronic Circuits Laboratory

      ·         Design, verify and troubleshoot the amplifier/oscillatory circuits using BJT, JFET & MOSFET

      ·         Analyse the performance of the circuits

      MCSCMA 401R01

      Engineering Mathematics  - IV

      ·         Evaluate the Fourier series by analyzing odd and even functions

      ·         Draw the connections with the use of Fourier harmonics in physical problems.

      ·         Distinguish the given partial differential equation thereby identifying the various methods of solving the partial differential equations that govern various physical processes.

      ·         Employ Fourier series for solving initial and boundary value problems that correspond to vibrations of strings and heat conduction.

      ·         Solve two dimensional boundary and initial value problems that correspond to engineering phenomena by recalling the basic concepts of method of separation of variables and Fourier solution.

      MCSCEC 402R02

      Linear Integrated Circuits

      ·         Design and analyze Op-Amp circuits for linear and non-linear applications

      MCSCEC 403 R02

      Control systems

      ·         Design a control system for a linear time invariant, single input and single output system

      ·         Evaluate the time, frequency responses and stability issues

      MCSCEC 404R02

      Signals and Systems

      ·         Design and test CT / DT LTI systems in both time and frequency domains by applying unit impulse function and basic complex exponentials

      MCSCEC 405R02

      Analog Modulation and Systems

      ·         Design continuous wave transmitters and receivers

      ·         Evaluate the effect of noise on the performance of communication system

      MCSDEC 401R02

      Pulse and Wave Shaping Circuits

      ·         Formulate, design, implement and analyze various signal generation and wave shaping circuits

      MCSDEC 404R01

      Electrical Engineering

      ·         Analyze and interpret the behavior of AC/DC machines, single phase transformers, synchronous generators, induction motors and illumination lamps under different operating conditions.

      ·         Distinguish and select suitable type of electrical machine, illumination lamps to meet specific performance requirements in practical applications.

      MCSDEC 406

      Device Physics

      ·         Analyze and compare the operation of various semiconductor devices

      ·         Interpret the circuit performance parameters from the device parameters

      MCSDEC 409

      Biomedical Engineering

      ·         Choose the appropriate physiological change measurement technique and analyze its performance and output

      MCSDEC 4XX

      Mathematics for Cyber Security

      ·         Understand the fundamental aspects of Number Theory.

      ·         Provide insight of Abstract algebra, Lattice Theory and Statistics & Combinatorics.

      ·         Explore the designing algorithms to assess the computational complexity

      ·         Find parameters of all distributions and use them in problem situations.

      ·         Understand the Statistical techniques to analyze data

      ·                   

      MCSCEC 406R02

      Circuits and System Simulation Laboratory

      ·         Design and simulate the electronic circuits

      ·         Analyze the properties of signals & systems

      MCSCEC 407 R01

      Linear Integrated Circuits Laboratory

      ·         Design, test and verify analog circuits for diverse applications

      MCSCMA 501R01

      Engineering Mathematics – V

      (Probability and Random Processes)

      ·         Reproduce probability distributions in engineering problems

      ·         Determine the nature and characteristics of a collection of data using theory of inference

      ·         Classify random processes and study their properties

      ·         Interpret the notion of power spectral density in linear time invariant systems

      ·         Design methods to solve real time application problems using Poisson, Gaussian and Renewal processes

      ·         Validate the statistical methods applied in Engineering problems

      MCSCEC 502R03

      Computer Organization and Microprocessors

      ·         Interface various peripheral & I/O modules with 8086 microprocessor

      ·         Develop assembly language programs for 8086 microprocessor based applications

      MCSCEC 503R01

      Antenna and Wave Propagation

      ·         Analyze and distinguish the fundamental antenna parameters, compare and contrast the radiation pattern of short dipole antennas, point sources, wire antennas, loop antennas and array antennas and design the practical antennas in the low frequency, medium frequency and high frequency regimes

      ·         Compare and contrast various types of radio wave propagation

      MCSCEC 504R02

      Digital Communication

      ·         Apply the techniques to design and analyze the performance of digital communication system

      MCSDMA 503

      Statistical and Numerical Methods

      ·         Choose the various direct and iterative methods for solving linear equations, simultaneous linear algebraic equations and  algebraic equations of higher degree

      ·         Distinguish and apply appropriate interpolation scheme / numerical differentiation and integration scheme to a set of formulated problems from engineering

      ·         Classify the given PDE

      ·         Identify the numerical method to solve both ODE and PDE

      ·         Differentiate  various methods from application point of view and solve equations

      ·         Categorize statistical distributions used for computational parameters and apply them in relevant situations

      MCSDEC 504R02

      Soft Computing

      ·         Develop machine learning algorithms for various decision support applications

      MCSDEC 505R02

      Robotics and Automation

      ·         Design a manipulator with at least three degree of freedom

      MCSDCS 506

      Network Administration and Management Tools

      ·         Describe concepts of IP addressing, subnetting, routing protocols,  transport protocols, and DNS

      ·         Illustrate the configuration of DNS and DHCP

      ·         Examine the network performance using Netmon tool

      ·         Describe the ADDS structure, its importance and applications

      ·         Demonstrate backup and restoring of Active Directory

      MCSDEC 501R02

      Computer Hardware

      ·         Explain the function of various modules to assemble a computer with primary & secondary storage devices and on-board & off-board I/O peripherals

      MCSDEC 5XX

      Computer Networks

      ·         Discuss the basic concepts of networking and Application layer functionalities

      ·         Classify the reliable, unreliable transport protocols and various routing protocols of the network layer with QoS support.

      ·         Describe the principles and protocols of the data link layer.

      ·         Choose the appropriate MAC layer protocol for a given medium.

      ·         Discuss the basics of Multimedia Networking, security & Network Management.

      MCSDEC 5XX

      Network Tools and Techniques

      ·         Perform vulnerability scanning to discover weaknesses in systems.

      ·         Analyze vulnerability scan results, evaluate vulnerability severity and prioritise remedial actions.

      ·         Demonstrate and implement security with the use of security tools.

      ·         Identify possible  attacks on passwords & networks

      ·         Differentiate between Wired and Wireless Security

      ·         Evaluate the potential threats for a given scenario and formulate counter measures to overcome the threat.

      MCSCEC 505R03

      Microprocessor Laboratory

      ·         Design & test assembly language programs for applications based on 8086 microprocessor

      MCSCEC 506R02

      Communication Laboratory

      ·         Design, construct and analyze the performance of analog /digital communication system

      MCSCTP 507R03

      Soft Skills-I

      ·         The learner will be able to successfully introduce himself before others.

      ·         The learner realizes the importance of presence of mind and reacts sharply and swiftly.

      ·         Students are encouraged to do a self-introspection of their strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats.

      ·         The learner realizes the importance of body language in the day to day communication.

      ·         The learner understands the importance of marketing skills and the need for sharpening the skill.

      ·         This inculcates the habit of reading and knows about the greatness of great people.

      ·         The learner will enhance the answering skills and the ability to articulate his thoughts.

      ·         The learner will develop lateral thinking and encouraged to think differently.

      ·         The learner will be exposed to the happenings around the globe through a debate.

      ·         The learner will be exposed to the happenings around the globe through a Quiz.

      MCSCEC 601R02

      Microcontrollers

      ·         Develop assembly and embedded C code for AVR & ARM based microcontrollers

      ·         Design small scale embedded systems

      MCSCEC 602R02

      Digital Signal Processing and its applications

      ·         Design and implement FIR & IIR digital filters for real time applications

      MCSCEC 603R02

      Microwave Engineering

      ·         Formulate the scattering parameters of microwave devices

      ·         Compare and contrast various tube and solid state-based active & passive devices and their operation

      MCSCEC 604R02

      Optical Communication

      ·         Design, develop and analyze an optical communication system

      MCSDEC 602R02

      Satellite Communication

      ·         Analyze the role of subsystems of a communication satellite and design a satellite link

      MCSDEC 605R02

      Virtual Instrumentation

      ·         Design, simulate and implement virtual instruments for data acquisition, signal & image processing and communication applications

      MCSDEC 604R02

      Real Time Operating System (RTOS)

      ·         Analyze and select the services of RTOS to construct solutions for time critical Multi tasking applications

      MCSDEC 606R01

      RADAR Engineering

      ·         Determine the subsystem performance requirements in a radar system design

      MCSDEC 607

      Power Electronics

      ·         Analyze the switching characteristics of power devices and design power electronic circuits for industrial and domestic applications

      MCSDEC 608R01

      Python Programming

      ·         Develop application programs using the various constructs of python language

      MCSDEC 6XX

      Cryptography & Network Security

      ·     Recall security concepts, security attacks

      ·     Classify and compare cryptographic algorithms

      ·     Choose an appropriate one for a given application

      ·     Solve modular arithmetic and finite fields

      ·     Demonstrate block cipher operations. 

      ·     Explain and classify public key algorithms

      ·     Discuss cyber security laws

      ·     Identify issues in ethical hacking. 

      ·     Choose cryptographic hash functions

      ·     Select suitable authentication codes,

      ·     Formulate digital signatures

      ·     Defend the importance of enforcing security in internet communication.

      MCSDEC 6XX

      Domain-centric Security

      ·     Discuss the common vulnerabilities and attacks against web applications.

      ·     Identify the security threats in databases.

      ·     Build secure mechanisms to address the threats.

      ·     Appreciate the need of security in IoT & Clouds.

      ·     Define ethics and security principles in operating system.

      ·     Differentiate the security between windows and Linux operating systems.

      MCSCEC 605R01

      Microcontrollers Laboratory

      ·     Develop programs, design and test embedded systems using AVR & ARM based microcontrollers 

      MCSCEC 606R01

      Microwave Laboratory

      ·         Test and verify the characteristics of microwave devices

      ·         Identify appropriate microwave devices for particular application

      MCSCTP 607R03

      Soft Skills-II

      ·         The learner gets to know the expectations of employer from the prospective future employees.

      ·         Learner becomes familiar about selection process through any senior student who will share his/her experience about their interview.

      ·         Learner becomes familiar about how to prepare SOP for higher studies / research.

      ·         The learner learns the art of writing a successful resume.

      ·         The learner undergoes Verbal, Logical, Numerical and Analytical test.

      ·         The learner gets to know the ways to equip himself to face a job interview.

      ·         The learner will understand the importance of domain knowledge to face the technical round in job interview.

      ·         The learner will understand the importance of domain knowledge to face the technical round in job interview.

      ·         The learner realizes the importance of knowledge on current affairs through Group Discussion.

      ·         The learner understands the Do’s and Don’ts of a group discussion.

      ·         The learner evaluates his personal preparedness for the future job interview.

      MCSCEC 608

      Mini Project – I

      ·         Develop team working skills through group discussion along with brainstorming, presentation, task disintegration, and module integration along with documentation capabilities

      MCSCEC 701R02

      Information Theory and Coding

      ·         Analyze different types of communication channels

      ·         Select the appropriate source and channel coding techniques for digital communication systems

      MCSCEC 702R02

      VLSI Design and Testing

      ·         Design various subsystems using CMOS logic circuits

      ·         Develop testing techniques for VLSI systems

      MCSCEC 703R02

      Signal Processing Architectures and Algorithms

      ·         Design and implement signal processing algorithms on fixed / floating point DSP processor for specific applications

      MCSCEC 704R02

      Wireless Communication

      ·         Analyze the role of capacity improvement techniques and characteristics of path loss models in wireless communication systems

      MCSDEC 701R01

      Image Processing

      ·         Design and develop image processing algorithms and analyze theirperformances

      MCSDEC 702R02

      Speech Processing

      ·         Design and verify speech activity detector, recognizer of isolated words, and apply the same for given applications

      MCSDEC 703R02

      Wireless Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks

      ·         Design, implement and analyze various protocols for wireless ad hoc and sensor networks

      MCSDEC 704R01

      Spread Spectrum Communication

      ·         Apply various spread spectrum techniques to formulate wireless communication systems

      MCSDEC 705R02

      Computer Communication

      ·         Design, implement and analyse various protocols for building computer communication network in a simulation environment

      MCSDEC 706R01

      Telecommunication Switching, Traffic and Networks

      ·         Design and analyze Analog, Digital Switches and Multistage Networks

      ·         Evaluate the performance of charging and routing plans and network management systems

      MCSDEC 707R02

      Communication Protocols

      ·         Select appropriate protocol for establishing specific communication/ computer network

      MCSDEC 709R02

      Embedded System Design

      ·         Design, simulate and implement embedded system based products

      MCSDEC 710R01

      Radio Navigation Systems

      ·         Analyze and design (system level) a set of techniques for land/air navigation and guidance

      MCSDEC 711R01

      Hardware Design with Bluespec System Verilog

      ·         Develop and analyze various combinational and sequential logic architectures using Verilog, System Verilog and Bluespec System Verilog HDLs

      ·         Select an appropriate hardware model by differentiating the features and complexities

      MCSDEC 712

      Data Compression

      ·         Apply the appropriate data compression technique to compress the text, image, audio and video signals

      MCSDEC 7XX

      Embedded Security

      ·         Realize security algorithms on embedded microcontrollers and FPGA platforms

      ·         Analyze the effects of various attacks on hardware and to formulate countermeasures

      MCSCEC 705R02

      HDL Programming Laboratory

      ·         Design & simulate digital systems using hardware description language and implement & verify the same on FPGA platform

      MCSCEC 706R02

      DSP Laboratory

      ·         Design and implement various filters and algorithms using simulation tool and digital signal processors for real time applications such as speech recognition, de noising and filter banks

      MCSCEC 707

      Mini Project – II

      ·         Identify a design problem, classify the various tasks, select the appropriate simulation as well as hardware environment for execution of the chosen project

      MCSCEC801

      Applied Mathematics

      ·         Apply the concepts in Galois theory, optimisation techniques, fuzzy logic and functional analysis to solve various engineering issues

      MCSCEC802R01

      Advanced Digital Communication

      ·         Realize the importance of various error control codes and its usage in the real world

      ·         Gain knowledge about multi carrier modulation and spread spectrum techniques

      MCSCEC803R01

      Wireless Communication Systems

      ·         Acquire knowledge about multicarrier modulation techniques, various channel models and MIMO receivers

      MCSCEC804R01

      Image Analysis and Computer Vision

      ·         Analyse basic methods of computer vision related to multi-scale representation, edge detection and detection of other primitives, stereo, motion and object recognition.

      ·         Design of a computer vision system for a specific problem

      MCSCEC805R01

      Image Processing and Computer Vision Laboratory

      ·         Understand theory and models in Image and Video Processing.

      ·         Interpret and analyse 3D signals in frequency domain through image transforms and geometrical structures.

      ·         Apply quantitative models of 3D image and video processing for various engineering applications.

      ·         Develop innovative design for practical applications in various fields.

      ·         Understand different methods, models for 3D video processing and motion estimation.

      ·         Apply quantitative models of image and video processing for various engineering applications and develop innovative design for practical applications in various fields.

      MCSCEC901R01

      Microwave Communication Systems

      ·         Able to prefer appropriate Microwave measurement tools to analysis and synthesising a particular microwave network.

      ·         Analysing and synthesising microwave amplifiers, oscillators, filters, detectors and mixers. Applying LOS path profile for Wireless Communication

      MCSCEC902R02

      Advanced Digital Signal Processing

      ·         Comprehend the analysis of non stationary signal using time frequency analysis

      ·         Perform statistical analysis and inferences on various types of random signals

      ·         Analyze the power spectrum estimation

      ·         Evaluate design criteria and modeling adaptive systems and theoretical Performance evaluation

      ·         Design multi rate signal processing of signals through systems

      MCSCEC903R02

      Project Phase – I

      ·         Learn to do literature survey and identify scope for addition/improvement on existing work

      ·         Explain the theoretical concepts and their role in execution of the project

      ·         Learn and Make use of numerical and analytical simulation tools for performing modeling and simulation of the project

      ·         Work on possible methodology to solve a research problem

      MCSCEC1001

      Project Work & Viva-Voce

      ·         Survey the existing literature in their domain and distinguish the merits and demerits of each approach suggested

      ·         Explain the theoretical concepts and their role in execution of the project

      ·         Make use of numerical and analytical simulation tools for performing modeling and simulation of the project

      ·         Decide the best methodology by analyzing the outcomes of simulation and graded performance metrics

      ·         Design and develop hardware / software for each module of the project and integrate them

      ·         Demonstrate the team building encompassing the necessary oral and written communication skills

      ·         Predict the socio, cultural, commercial and business aspects of the project

      MCSDECXXX

      Digital Communication Receivers

      ·         Analyze the issues of Digital Communication over Additive Gaussian Noise Channels, over Band limited Channels and Fading Multiplath Channels.

      ·         Analyze modelling of stochastic systems and processing of noisy signals using Kalman and Adaptive filters

      MCSDECXXX

      Advanced Radiating Systems

      ·         Learners will be able to design antenna systems with the desired parameters for specific applications

      MCSDECXXX

      Adaptive Filter Theory

      ·         Learn how to design adaptive filters for different applications like speech coding and echo cancellation.

      ·         Learn how to minimize/maximize error function using RLS, LMS, Gradient descent methods and convergence issues.

      ·         Learn modelling of stochastic systems and processing of noisy signals using Adaptive filters

      MCSDECXXX

      Speech and Audio Processing

      ·         Understand the speech processing technique and will be able to design a speech model

      MCSDECXXX

      Cognitive Radio Security

      ·         Understand about dynamic spectrum access and the security mechanism to combat various layer attacks in cognitive radio

      MCSDEC XXX

      Network Routing Algorithms

      ·     Implement and analyse the routing algorithms for various communication networks

      MCSDEC XXX

      High Speed Switching Architecture

      ·     Deploy appropriate switching technique, architecture, and protocols for high speed network

      MCSDEC XXX

      Communication Systems Modeling and Simulation

      ·     Analyze the operating characteristics of communication systems that are more complex and more real world

      MCSDEC XXX

      Advanced IP for Communication Technologies

      ·     The leaners will explain the various protocols and architectural components of IP telephony through H.323 standard, design IP/WDM network to transport IP traffic in a WDM enabled optical network and deploy IPv6 networks

      MCSDEC XXX

      Multimedia Communication

      ·     Apply and analyse the algorithms for compression of multimedia components such as text, audio, image and video for information processing applications

      MCSDEC XXX

      Signal Processing for Mobile Communication

      ·     The learners will organize the classical signal processing techniques such as adaptive equalization, channel modeling and identification, multiuser detection and array processing, and explore emerging techniques for mobile communication

      MCSDEC XXX

      Error Control Coding

      ·     Understand about the design and working of various error control codes

      MCSDEC XXX

      Wireless Sensor Networks

      ·     Analyse the performance of routing protocols, nodes clustering and to establish a sensor network environment for different types of applications

      MCSDEC XXX

      Cryptography and Network Security

      ·         Analyze various cryptographic techniques to secure the information transfer

      MCSDEC XXX

      Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

      ·         Analyze the performance of various protocols developed for mobile ad hoc networks

      MCSDEC XXX

      Satellite Systems

      ·         Evaluate and decide on a particular design for the establishment of a satellite communication link.

      ·         Analyze satellite based remote sensing and navigation systems

      MCSDEC XXX

      EMI and Compatibility in System Design

      ·         Gain insight in electromagnetic coupling and its effect on the compatibility.

      ·         Be able to design test procedures for EMI testing

      MCSDEC XXX

      RF MEMS for Wireless Communication

      ·         The learners will be able to design, apply and analyse RF MEMS modules for wireless communication

      MCSDEC XXX

      Mixed Signal Circuit Design

      ·         Demonstrate in-depth knowledge in Switched Capacitor circuits, PLL, and Data Converters – ADC and DAC.

      ·         Analyze complex engineering problems critically for conducting research in Data Converters for Communication Systems.

      ·         Contribute positively to multidisciplinary scientific research in design and development of Mixed Integrate Circuits suited for wide range of applications

      MCSDEC XXX

      RF System Design

      ·         Learners will be to design various blocks of the RF system and optimize their performances

      MCSDEC XXX

      Fiber Optic Networks

      ·         The learners will have a deep understanding of various optical network architectures and management including management functions, power penalty and safety

      MCSDEC XXX

      Soft Computing

      ·         Develop the deep learning, Artificial Neural Fuzzy Inference System (ANFIS), optimization algorithms for various applications

      MCSDECXXX

      Mobile Computing

      ·         Design various the key components of the mobile computing system

      MCSDECXXX

      VLSI Digital Signal Processing

      ·         Develop VHDL abstractions for designing signal processing systems based on fixed and floating point arithmetic computations

      ·         Develop VHDL codes for implementing cryptographic algorithms

    • Programme outcomes

      • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
      • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
      • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
      • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
      • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
      • The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
      • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
      • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
      • Individual and teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
      • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
      • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
      • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

      Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

      • Enable learners to apply concepts related to Instrumentation and control systems to analyze, design and implement real-time process automation
      • Empower learners with adequate skills to simulate, design, implement and test elements of industrial process control systems
      • Equip learners to with relevant skills in applying engineering mathematics in solving technical problems associated with industrial automation system
      • Develop the required competency among learners to compete with global workforce in the Instrumentation and control areas
      • Impart skills of professional engineering practices coupled with strong ethical, social responsibility and integrity with deep rooted environmental concerns
      • Develop a passion among learners towards independent learning skills to match with the demands posed by convergence of technologies thereby enabling them to pursue higher studies, industrial and R & D careers or become entrepreneurs
      • Create holistic personality by providing the learner with flexibility to choose multidisciplinary subjects from Humanities, Sciences, Management and Law
      • Transformlearners by instilling aptitude towards understanding the positive values of collaborative group work, trustworthy dynamics of team and also taking leadership responsibilities

      Programme Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

      Upon successful completion of this Programme, learners will be able to

      • Analyze and solve associated with process control systems applying mathematical, scientific, electrical, electronic, and digital* principles.
      • Apply the knowledge of probabilistic reasoning, machine intelligence, adaptive and predictive systems for Instrumentation and process control applications
      • Proficient in applying the knowledge required to design process control components and systems with appropriate specifications and select and install components to conform to system specifications and related safety requirements.
      • Analyze the performance of various engineering sub systems that interface with embedded systems for industrial applications
      • Evaluate control techniques & strategies for various process systems
      • Identify, assemble and integrate multiple devices to create a process control system
      • Design, implement and test various instrumentation& Control systems with a focus on budget, environmental, ethical, safety, societal and sustainability requirements
      • Design, develop and implement projects for solving problems, interpret & justify the results of the projects and communicate the technical findings effectively

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs)

      Course Code Course Name CLOs Upon successful completion of the course, the learners will be able to

      MICCMA301R01

      Engineering Mathematics-III

      ·         Apply and interpret Laplace and Fourier transforms and complex differentiation and integration in appropriate electrical engineering domains

      ·         Evaluate complicated integrals using residue calculus.

      MICCEI302R02

      Circuit Theory

      ·         Analyse the given AC/DC circuits using basic circuit laws, node and mesh analysis

      ·         Formulate and analyse the behaviour of RLC transients, resonance, coupled circuits and three phase circuits

      ·         Analyse and solve the given coupled and three phase circuits

      MICCEI 303 R02

      Digital Electronics

      ·         Design combinational logic circuits, synchronous & asynchronous sequential circuits and finite state machines towards the development of digital systems.

      MICCEI 304R02

      Electronic Circuits

      ·         Design &analyse the small/large signal and low/high frequency amplifiers and oscillator circuits with BJT, JFET and MOSFET.

      MICCME 305

      Thermo Dynamics & Fluid Machinery

      ·         Solve problems related to closed and open loop thermodynamic systems

      ·         Explain the working principle and analyse IC engine performance

      ·         Design hydraulic turbines and centrifugal pumps for power plant applications

      MICCEI 306 R02

      Digital Electronics Lab

      ·         Design and develop digital systems for various applications

      MICCEI 307R02

      Electronic Circuits Lab

      ·         Design, verify and troubleshoot the amplifier/oscillatory circuits using BJT, JFET & MOSFET

      ·         Analyse the performance of the circuits

      MICDEI 306

      Materials Science

      ·         Relate the properties of materials for applications in engineering and technology

      MICDEI 307

      Electromagnetics & Microwave Applications

      ·         Formulate the Maxwell’s equations and apply them in both integral and differential forms to time-varying field problem

      ·         Apply electromagnetic field theory to Rectangular and Circular waveguides and to design different waveguide components and Couplers

      ·         Analyze basic principles and operation of Microwave sources.

      MICDEI 303

      Electrical Machines

      ·         Explain the construction and working principle of AC, DC and special machines

      ·         Analyse the performance of speed control of AC and DC motor

      MICCMA401R01

      Engineering Mathematics-IV

      ·         Evaluate the Fourier series by analyzing odd and even functions

      ·         Draw the connections with the use of Fourier harmonics in physical problems.

      ·         Distinguish the given partial differential equation thereby identifying the various methods of solving the partial differential equations that govern various physical processes.

      ·         Employ Fourier series for solving initial and boundary value problems that correspond to vibrations of strings and heat conduction.

      ·         Solve two-dimensional boundary and initial value problems that correspond to engineering phenomena by recalling the basic concepts of method of separation of variables and Fourier solution.

      MICCEI 402R02

      Linear Integrated Circuits

      ·         Design and analyze Op-Amp circuits for linear and non-linear applications

      MICCEI 403R02

      Electrical & Electronics Measurements

      ·         Elaborate the static and dynamic characteristics of measuring instruments

      ·         Explain the working principle and construction of electrical measuring systems

      ·         Construct and analyse the bridge circuits to measure electrical parameters

      ·         Explain the working principle of oscilloscopes, signal analysers and digital electronic measurement systems

      MICCEI 404R02

      Signals and Systems

      ·         Design and test CT / DT LTI systems in both time and frequency domains by applying unit impulse function and basic complex exponentials

      MICCEI 405R02

      Microprocessors

      ·         Elaborate the architecture of 8086, 80386 and ATOM processors

      ·         create programs using 8086, 80386 and ATOM processors for specific applications

      MICCEI 406R02

      Linear Integrated Circuits Lab

      ·         Design, test and verify analog circuits for diverse applications

      MICCEI 407R02

      Electrical & Electronics Measurements Lab

      ·         Build AC, DC bridge circuits for measuring RLC passive components

      ·         Compute the quality factor of the given coil using series resonance circuit

      ·         Measure electrical parameters like voltage, current, unknown frequency and phase using CRO

      ·         Apply Calibration procedure for single phase energy meter and wattmeter

      ·         Measure reactive power in a three phase balanced circuit with a single wattmeter

      MICDEI 409

      Communication & Networks

      ·         Explain basic building blocks of analog transmitters and receivers

      ·         Analyse different digital communication techniques for signal transmission

      ·         Elaborate technical features of computer networks

      MICDEI 406R02

      Network Analysis & Synthesis

      ·         Solve the two port passive network problems

      ·         Design and analyse filters

      ·         Solve the two-port passive networks using Foster and Cauer forms techniques

      MICDEI 410

      Device Physics

      ·         Analyze and compare the operation of various semiconductor devices

      ·         Interpret the circuit performance parameters from the device parameters

      MICDMA 410

      Mathematics for Cyber Security

      ·         Prove theorems on Lattice Theory and provide examples for Partial orderings and Galois connections.

      ·         Prove theorems and properties by Mathematical induction

      MICCMA501R02

      Engineering Mathematics-V (Numerical and statistical Methods)

      ·         Apply direct and iterative methods for solving linear equations, algebraic equations of higher degree

      ·         Identify appropriate numerical methods for solving both ODE and PDE

      ·         Solve and Interpret problems by applying concepts of statistical and probability distributions

      MICCEI 502R02

      Sensors & Signal Conditioning

      ·         Analyse the static and dynamic behaviour of the resistive sensors

      ·         Contrast the inductive, capacitive and thermal sensors

      ·         Suggest measures to replace conventional sensors with advanced sensors

      ·         Design signal conditioning circuits for resistive and reactive sensors

      ·         Construct microcontroller interfacing circuits for sensing devices

      MICCEI 503 R02

      Control Systems

      ·         Apply the mathematical reduction techniques to develop transfer function of the control systems

      ·         Solve the responses of first and second order system for test input signals using linear systems mathematical tools

      ·         Construct and analyse the frequency response plots to infer the system's stability

      ·         Estimate the location of roots of open loop systems in the S - plane for varying controller gains

      MICCEI 504 R02

      Microcontrollers

      ·         Elaborate the architecture of the ATmega8, ARM7 and LPC2148 microcontrollers

      ·         Develop ATmega8 microcontroller architecture based software instructions to access the hardware

      ·         Develop ARM7 and LPC2148 microcontroller architecturebased software instructions for applications

      MICCEI 505 R02

      Data Acquisition and Processing

      ·         Explain the basic components used in data acquisition system

      ·         Develop ADC and DAC circuits using basic electronic components

      ·         Choose the appropriate ADC and DAC for different applications

      ·         Elaborate the importance of AC Bridges and AC amplifiers in signal processing

      ·         Explain the working principle of current transmitters, serial and parallel data buses

      MICCEI 506 R03

      Sensors & Signal Conditioning Lab

      ·         Analyse the characteristic behaviour of measuring instruments by conducting experiments interpret the sensing signals in terms of physical variable

      ·         Design and implement signal conditioning circuits using filters for the given specifications

      MICCEI 507

      Microprocessor & Microcontrollers Lab

      ·         Demonstrate the engineering practicing skill of interfacing hardware devices with microcontroller

      ·         Develop programs using Atmega8 and ARM LPC2148 processor for specific applications

      ·         Interpret the data sheets of microcontrollers

      MICCTP 508

      Soft skills-I

      ·         Show his ability to introduce himself to others

      ·         Appreciate presence of mind and reacts sharply and swiftly

      ·         Conduct self-introspection of their own strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats

      ·         Appreciate the importance of body language during communication

      ·         Appreciate importance of marketing skills and the need for sharpening the skill.

      ·         Develop the habit of reading and appreciate the greatness of great people.

      ·         Develop answering skills and the ability to articulate his thoughts

      ·         Develop lateral thinking and encouraged to think differently

      ·         Analyze happenings around the globe through a debate

      ·         Explain global events

      MICDEI 501

      Quality & Reliability Engineering

      ·         Explain the fundamental concepts of Quality and it’s Control

      ·         Interpret the data and solve problems using Control Charts

      ·         Identify problems in electronic components using reliability analysis

      ·         Elaborate the operations in Product Development life cycle

      MICDEI 504 R01

      Java Programming

      ·         Develop applications using I/O Streams, threads, Collection classes

      ·         Design user interface and handle events using applets and AWT controls

      ·         Design front end and connect to a database using JDBC

      ·         Create applications to establish communication using Sockets

      MICDEI 506 R01

      Power Electronics

      ·         Analyze the switching characteristics of power devices and design power electronic circuits for industrial and domestic applications

      MICDEI 509

      Data bases and Applications

      ·         Explain the fundamental concepts of Databases, Relational Data Base System and Active Database

      ·         develop Structured Query language(SQL) Statements for Relational DBMS

      ·         Construct Program in PL/SQL.

      ·         Apply the Database Concepts for Temporal, Spatial and Multimedia Data

      MICDEI 505

      Operational Research

      ·         Solve Linear Programming problems for specific applications

      ·         Formulate and solve transportation and assignment problems

      ·         Implement Project Evaluation Review Techniques

      ·         Create optimization algorithms for user specifications

      MICDEC 510

      Computer Networks

      ·         Classify the reliable, unreliable transport protocols and various routing protocols of the network layer with QoS support.

      ·         Choose the appropriate MAC layer protocol for a given medium

      MICDEC 511

      Network Tools and Techniques

      ·         Evaluate the potential threats for a given scenario and formulate counter measures to overcome the threat

      MICCEI601R02

      Digital Signal Processing

      ·         Solve problems related to the sampling time selection

      ·         Analyse the frequency spectrum using standard mathematical tools

      ·         Design FIR and IIR filters for user defined specifications

      ·         Analyse the performances of digital filter responses

      MICCEI602R02

      Industrial Instrumentation

      ·         Explain the working principles of industrial instruments used for measuring temperature, pressure, level, force, velocity, acceleration, speed and vacuum

      ·         Identify and recommend instrumentation based on industrial specifications related to standard industrial measurement variables

      MICCEI603R02

      Process Control

      ·         Develop mathematical models for the design of process control systems

      ·         Demonstrate and explain advanced control strategies for single input single output systems

      ·         Design decoupling based control systems for multivariable problems

      MICCEI604R01

      VLSI Design

      ·         Construct SSI, MSI and VLSI circuits using CMOS logics

      ·         Design and develop Verilog HDL for the modelling of digital systems based on the demands of the end user

      MICCEI605R02

      DigitalSignal Processing Lab

      ·         Apply MATLAB functions to develop programs for analyzing discrete signals and systems

      ·         Develop and implement FIR filters using windowing techniques

      ·         Develop and implement IIR filters

      ·         Analyze and observe frequency response characteristics of IIR and FIR Filters using simulations

      MICCEI606R02

      Process Control Lab

      ·         Apply knowledge of industrial communication standards for Process control

      ·         Develop mathematical models using Simulink software to study the dynamic behaviour of a process system.

      ·         Design of P, PI and PID control for process systems

      ·         Analyse the nonlinear system characteristics using Linear PID controllers

      MICCTP607R03

      Soft Skills-II

      ·         Identify expectations of an employer from the prospective future employees

      ·         Perceive selection process through senior student who will share his/her experience about their interview Develop SOP for higher studies / research

      ·         Demonstrate the art of writing a successful resume

      ·         Interpret and develop Verbal, Logical, Numerical and Analytical skills

      ·         Motivate himself to face a job interview

      ·         Take part in technical session of job interview

      ·         Take part in technical session of job interview

      ·         Discuss current affairs through Group Discussion

      ·         Plan Do’s and Don’ts during group discussion.

      ·         Evaluate his personal preparedness for the job interview.

      MICCEI608 Mini

      Project – I

      ·         Apply foundational engineering principles to analyze key Instrumentation and control processes

      ·         Understanding of and the ability to work in different roles within an engineering team

      ·         Knowledge and understanding of management techniques including project management, that may be used to achieve engineering objectives

      ·         Communicate their work effectively to technical and non-technical audiences

      ·         Work with information that may be incomplete or uncertain and quantify the effect of this on the design

      MICDEI605R01

      Smart & Embedded Instrumentation

      ·         Apply the knowledge of embedded processor to interface and control peripheral devices

      ·         Design embedded system for automatic control applications develop smart sensors using embedded processors for the measurement of physical

      MICDEI608R01

      Avionics

      ·         Explain the basic principles of operation of the avionics systems and their sub-systems for integrated flight management system

      ·         Select the appropriate avionics sensors for navigational purposes

      MICDEI606

      Virtual Instrumentation

      ·         Apply graphical programming and hardware interfacing techniques to build Virtual instrumentation

      ·         Apply virtual instrument tools for signal analysis in communication, control system and computer graphics

      MICDEI609

      Analytical Instrumentation

      ·         Explain the working principles of the Colorimetry, spectrophotometry, chromatography and dissolved component analysers

      ·         Explain the working principles of Electro Magnetic Resonance and advanced microscopic techniques

      MICDEI603R02

      PowerPlant Instrumentation

      ·         Explain the process of renewable and non-renewable power generation methods

      ·         Evaluate the optimal performance of the boiler drum using control strategies

      ·         Elaborate the working principle of thermal and nuclear power generation

      MICDEI610

      Opto Electronics &Laserbased Instrumentation

      ·         Discuss the fundamental building blocks involved in the development of fibre optic and laser-based instrumentation system

      ·         Apply the laser technology for industrial and biomedical applications

      MICDEC611

      Cryptography& Network Security

      ·         Identify issues in ethical hacking

      ·         Select suitable authentication codes,

      ·         Formulate digital signatures

      MICDEC612

      Domain-centric Security

      ·         Differentiate the security between windows and Linux operaing systems

      ·         Build secure mechanisms to address the threats

      MICCEI 701R02

      PLC & DCS

      ·         Create ladder diagrams using PLC for user requirements

      ·         Construct DCS architectures for process applications

      MICCEI 702 R01

      Bio medical Instrumentation

      ·         Choose suitable sensors and develop signal conditioning circuits for physiological signals and vital parameters

      ·         Appraise the importance of therapeutic and physiological assist devices in the intensive care units 

      ·         Discuss the safety precautions and standards while using diagnostic and therapeutic equipment

      MICCEI 703 R02

      Instrumentation System Design

      ·         Design and develop electronics PID controller for the given specifications

      ·         Design process instrumentation system for given specifications

      MICCEI 704 R01

      Modern Control Theory

      ·         Analyse matrix based state space models using linear algebra based decomposition techniques 

      ·         Design and evaluate state feedback and discrete optimal controllers in terms of specific user requirements

      MICCEI 705 R02

      Bio medical Instrumentation Lab

      ·         Develop signal and image processing algorithm for noise removal

      ·         Predict pulmonary diseases from lung volume and respiration rate

      ·         Predict the abnormalities based on signal features

      MICCEI 706 R02

      AdvancedControls Lab

      ·         Design advanced controllers using MATLAB and Scilab software  build mathematical models using process variables

      ·         Design PID controllers for real time systems.

      ·         Construct and implement ladder logic programs for batch process using simulation software

      MICCEI 707

      Mini Project – II

      ·         Apply foundational engineering principles to analyze key Instrumentation and control processes

      ·         Understanding of and the ability to work in different roles within an engineering team

      ·         Knowledge and understanding of management techniques including project management, that may be used to achieve engineering objectives

      ·         Communicate their work effectively to technical and non-technical audiences

      ·         Work with information that may be incomplete or uncertain and quantify the effect of this on the design

      MICDEI 702

      Process modeling & Simulation

      ·         Develop mathematical models using fundamental laws related to energy and mass balance equations for chemical process systems 

      ·         Create computer simulations and can predict the behaviour of the Distillation Process  systems

      MICDEI 708

      Soft computing

      ·         Develop machine learning algorithms for various decision support applications

      MICDEI 706R01

      Computer control of Processes

      ·         Solve the stability problems of control system using standard analysis tools

      ·         Design and develop algorithms for control and identification applications

      ·         Choose the relevant hardware devices suitable for specific computer control applications

      ·         Design and develop parameter estimation algorithms based on requirements

      MICDEI 705R01

      Robotics and Automation

      ·         Discuss the role of sensors and actuators in deciding the performance of robotic system

      ·         Derive and solve mathematically the forward kinematics of the robotic arm 

      ·         Design and develop algorithms for standard robot operations

      ·         Discuss the technical issues involved in the design of robotic systems

      MICDEI 707R01

      DigitalImage Processing

      ·         Explain the mathematics involved in representing an image data in a spatial domain

      ·         Elaborate the mathematical principles behind digital image enhancement algorithms

      ·         Explain the morphological operations for image feature extraction

      ·         Discuss the importance of image segmentation and its classification

      MICDEC709

      Embedded Security

      ·         Formulate design strategies to counterattack the attacks on embedded microcontrollers and FPGA

      MICDEI710

      Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Systems

      ·         Analyze mathematically the power electronics circuits for EV application and can describe the reason behind the selection of traction motors and battery systems 

      ·         Recommend the required motor, power electronic inverters and Battery system for the given EV specifications

      MICCEI 801

      Estimation and Filtering theory

      ·         Able to solve a random variable and random process related problem

      ·         Distinguish and appreciate various methods like cramer Rao bound, maximum likelihood and Bayesian estimators

      MICCEI 802

      Multivariable and robust control

      ·         Apply loop shaping to solve SISO control problems and can explain the various technical Jargons related to it

      ·         Classify different types of uncertainties and can relate the issue of stability through small gain theorem

      MICCEI 803R01

      Optimization Techniques

      ·         Solve linear programming problems using various mathematical techniques

      ·         Understand and explain the mathematical rigor behind the dynamic programming techniques and can apply the idea for various standard optimization problems.

      MICCEI 804R01 I

      Intelligent systems and control

      ·         Understand and derive the various feed forward and feedback neural networks

      ·         Formulate a fusion problem by fusing the three artificial intelligence technologies Viz Genetic algorithms, Fuzzy Logic and neural networks

      MICCEI 805

      Control and Simulation Lab

      ·         Design and write algorithms for estimation and control techniques and can interpret the obtained results in terms of the performance measures

      ·         Understand the mathematical issues behind these advanced techniques and can program and simulate it in an MATLAB environment

      ·         Recognize and appreciate the real technical difficulties involved in the control of real time experiments.

      MICDEI 801R01

      Multi sensor Fusion Techniques

      ·         Understand the technology behind Data fusion and its various architecture

      ·         Apply the concept of Bayesian Estimation in solving the Data fusion problem

      MICDEI 806

      Engineering Product design

      ·         To have a bird eye view about the product design issues

      ·         Explain the various types of techniques involved in arriving at a need for a particular product

      MICDEI 807R01

      Process Monitoring and fault diagnosis

      ·         Classify the various types of monitoring and diagnostic systems

      ·         Appreciate and differentiate various classification algorithms employed for fault detection techniques

      MICDEI 808

      Quality and reliability Engineering

      ·         Interpret the data given in any process charts and can infer the reliability status of various equipments

      ·         Apply knowledge of various statistical tool in inferring about the reliability status by classifying the various signature patterns

      MICDEI809

      Advanced Matrix theory and functional analysis

      ·         Solve problems related to ortho normalizing a given vector using Gram Schmidt technique

      ·         Formulate a signals and systems problems in terms of function spaces and can understand and explain about the various metric spaces involved in it.

      MICCEI 901R01

      Advanced Computer control of process

      ·         Understand the modeling of dynamic systems based on the their governing physical laws and the transformation techniques involved in interfacing the systems to a computer

      ·         Understand the method and selection criteria used in choosing a suitable controller that are being introduced according to the closed-loop control system design specifications

      MICCEI 902R01

      Industrial drives & Control

      ·         Apply the knowledge of AC motors in the development of various speed control drives schemes

      ·         Understand and articulate the various technologies related to the special purpose drives

      MICDEI 901

      MicroElectro Mechanical System

      ·         Recognize and classify the various MEMS materials and can explain about some of the properties of these materials

      ·         Explain about the various MEMS packaging techniques and can articulate and classify the various etching process involved in it

      MICDEI 902

      Optimal And Predictive Control

      ·         Explain and solve dynamic programming based Linear quadratic control problem

      ·         Design a model predictive controllers under two frameworks DMC and GPC

      MICDEI 903

      Pattern Recognition And Machine Learning

      ·         Apply the knowledge of Linear algebra in formulating a feature extraction and classification problems using Principle component analysis and neural networks appreciate the mathematics involved in the some advanced classification tools based on kernel and support vector machine tools and can explain the underlying concepts involved in these technologies

      MICDEI 904

      Biomedical Signal Processing

      ·         Get exposed to different compression and classification techniques.

      ·         Introduced to advanced signal processing techniques and practically implementable bio signal processing methods that are currently being used in relevant industry.

      MICDEI 909

      Intelligent Instrumentation

      ·         Understand the different mathematical methods being deployed in the signal processing, noise rejection and communication of the information being processed.

      ·         Get exposed to the semi-conductor based smart instrumentation systems that are recently being developed and used

      MICDEI 908

      Physiological control systems

      ·         Understand the various steady-state analysis in physiological modeling and they can able to simulate in MATLAB

      ·         Understand the modeling of cardiovascular system and modeling of neuronal dynamics and they can simulate in MATLAB

      MICDEI 910

      Flow Sheet Design And Control System For Process Equipment

      ·         Recognize and explain the various stages and softwares involved in the flow sheeting processes

      ·         Understand the complete cycle involved in the development of Flow sheeting piping and instrumentation diagrams

      MICCEI 903R01

      Project Phase - I

      ·         Apply foundational engineering principles to analyze Instrumentation and Control Engineering processes

      ·         Understanding of and the ability to work in different roles within an engineering team

      ·         Knowledge and understanding of management techniques including project management, that may be used to achieve engineering objectives

      ·         Communicate their work effectively to technical and non-technical audiences

      ·         Work with information that may be incomplete or uncertain and quantify the effect of this on the design

      ·         Examine the information that comes from many sources which are required for carrying out a project and then choose the relevant information in an evaluative mode

       

      MICCEI 1001

      Project work & Viva-Voce

      ·         Apply advanced problem-solving skills to establish creative research-based solutions in the field of Instrumentation and control

      ·         Understanding of and the ability to work in different roles within an engineering team

      ·         Knowledge and understanding of management techniques including project management, that may be used to achieve engineering objectives

      ·         Communicate their work effectively to technical and non-technical audiences

      ·         Work with information that may be incomplete or uncertain and quantify the effect of this on the design

      ·         Design hardware and software systems for solving real world problems by handling constraints including environmental and sustainability limitations; ethical, health, safety, security and risk issues; intellectual property; codes of practice and standards

      ·         Examine the information that comes from many sources which are required for carrying out a project and then choose the relevant information in an evaluative mode

    • Programme outcomes

      • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
      • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
      • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
      • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
      • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
      • The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
      • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
      • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
      • Individual and teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
      • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
      • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
      • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

      Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

      The M.Tech. in Power & Energy Systems Programme is designed to develop efficient and globally competent graduates with adequate knowledge and skills in the field of Power Systems. The Programme aims to

      • Provide strong knowledge in analyzing the complex Power Systems using contemporary tools and techniques by applying the acquired theoretical and practical knowledge incorporating realistic constraints.
      • Enable the learners to critically investigate the emerging complex Power System scenarios and design a system or component or process to meet the desired needs and arrive at possible solutions independently.
      • Enable the students to opt for research career through specializations in their curriculum.
      • To transform engineering students into expert engineers to comprehend, analyze, design and create novel products and solutions to engineering problems that are technically and economically feasible and socially acceptable.

      Programme Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

      Upon successful completion of this programme, learners will be able to

      • Analyze and evaluate power system networks using appropriate mathematical techniques to obtain solutions to power system problems with the help of acquired theoretical knowledge.
      • Perform simulation and analysis of power system network comprising conventional and renewable energy systems using professional industrial software packages to provide solutions to critical system integration issues.
      • Develop technical skills to work independently and in a team to render effective contribution to power industry and research community for solving real time challenges faced by power industry.
      • Participate in collaborative-multidisciplinary engineering / research tasks and work as a team member in such tasks related to Power System domain, giving due consideration to economic and financial intricacies, and lead the team in specific spheres
      • Develop competency to carry out advanced research activities in power engineering through acquired technical knowledge, based on literature survey, and propose solutions through appropriate research methodologies, techniques and tools, and also by designing and conducting experiments.
      • Prepare technical report/document/articles with intellectual integrity, code of conduct and ethics of research, being aware of the research outcomes and serve towards the sustainable development of the society.

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs)

      Course Code Course Name CLOs Upon successful completion of the course, the learners will be able to

      MAT528

      Quantitative Techniques

      ·         Use the suitable method to find the Optimum value of different types of LPP.

      ·         Apply the concept of optimality criteria for various types of optimization problems in different areas of engineering.

      ·         Solve various constrained and unconstrained problems in single variable as well as multivariable.

      ·         Utilize the optimization techniques in real life situations.

      ·         Solve various nonlinear programming problems.

      ·         Analyze the different optimization algorithms, multidisciplinary design optimization.

      ·         Apply dynamic programming to solve the nonlinear programming problem.

      EEE501

      Modeling & Simulation of Power

      System Components

      ·         Explain the mathematical modelling of various power system components and to develop the simulation model using MATLAB to study the performance of the power system.

      EEE502

      Computer Aided Power System Analysis

      ·         Analyse steady state and transient performance of the given power system.

      EEE503

      System Theory

      ·         Assimilate the basic and fundamental mathematical approaches in the analysis of linear and nonlinear systems, which can be extended for understanding the stability issues involved therein.

      EEE504

      Power Converters & Drive Systems

       

      ·         Explain the operation and characteristics of different power semiconductor devices and analyze the performance of various power converters and be able to select the power converters for specific applications.

      EEE505

      Power Electronics & Drives Laboratory

      ·         Develop, design, analyse and simulate the rectifiers, AC voltage controllers, choppers, inverters using power semiconductor devices as well as pulse generator and triggering circuits for power semiconductor and design the automation systems for the Industrial drive.

      EEE506

      Power Systems Laboratory

      ·         Understand and analyse the performance parameters of transmission lines under various configurations and loading conditions, understand the performance of various protective relays used in power systems for various applications.

      EEE601

      Power System Stability

      ·         Analyse the small signal stability, steady state stability, transient stability, voltage stability and sub-synchronous resonance phenomena of power system under various operating conditions.

      EEE602

      FACTS

      ·         Explain the need for FACTS devices, implementation of shunt and series compensation techniques, select a suitable FACTS device for a specific application along with its control system, analyze different types of hybrid FACTS controllers and apply FACTS controllers to distribution systems for power quality improvement.

      EEE603

      Power System Operation & Control

      ·         Formulate and provide the solution for thermal generation scheduling, hydro – thermal generation scheduling, unit commitment problem and analyze the static and dynamic response of ALFC in single and two area power system.

      EEE507

      Electrical Distribution Systems

      ·         Plan, design & analyze the primary and secondary distribution systems, familiarize with various protection devices, estimate the losses and devise appropriate compensation techniques under different operating conditions.

      EEE605

      Wind & Solar Energy Systems         

      ·         Describe the operating principle of stand-alone and grid-connected system along with the challenges in grid integration of wind energy conversion system and solar photovoltaic system.

      EEE508

      EHVAC Power Transmission

      ·         Explain the implications of corona phenomenon and electrostatic fields in EHV transmission lines, determine and analyze the transmission line parameters such as inductance, capacitance and surface voltage gradient of bundled conductor configurations.

      EEE509

      HVDC Transmission

      ·         Develop suitable control strategy of HVDC and design harmonic filters on AC and DC side.

      EEE510

      Power Quality

      ·         Classify the various sources of power quality issues, understand their characteristics, measurement and monitoring techniques and also analyze the various mitigation methods and power quality improvement techniques.

      EEE511

      High Voltage Technology

      ·         Analyze breakdown process in dielectrics and select appropriate high voltage generation and measurement circuits for checking the dielectric integrity.

      MAT545

      Probability Random variables & Stochastic Processes

      ·         Understand the axiomatic formulation of modern Probability Theory and think of random variables as an intrinsic need for the analysis of random phenomena.

      ·         Characterize probability models and function of random variables based on single & multiples random variables.

      ·         Understand the concept of random processes and determine covariance and spectral density of stationary random processes.

      ·         Find the linearity in birth and death processes with the use of Poisson processes.

      ·         Apply discrete / continuous random processes to solve problems in communication engineering.

      ·         Apply the appropriate distribution for analyzing data specific to an experiment.

      MAN106

      Research Methodology & IPR

      ·         Perform literature survey to identify the research gaps.

      ·         Define a research problem and formulate the objectives.

      ·         Prepare a methodological plan for data acquisition and analysis pertaining to a research objectives.

      ·         Describe different intellectual property rights

      ·         Classify the IP based on their salient features.

      ·         Describe the different steps involved in the process of filing a patent

      ·         Describe the rights of an patentee.

      ·         Use patent database to carry out patent search and obtain appropriate information on a patent.

      EEE604

      Power Systems Simulation Laboratory

      ·         Perform various power system studies such as load flow, fault study, protective device coordination, state estimation and contingency analysis using software tools. The learner will be able to perform various power system operations such as economic dispatch, unit commitment and load frequency control using MATLAB/Simulink.

      EEE399

      Seminar

      ·         Develop skills on framing a research question/hypothesis and make an effective presentation of the same.

      EEE598

      Summer Project

      ·         Develop skills on framing a research  question/hypothesis/approaching an industrial problem

      EEE512

      Power System Restructuring

      ·         Obtain the optimal dispatch based on bidding strategy and ATC for congestion management in the deregulated electricity market. In addition to that, the learner will know about the usage of ancillary services in the competitive electricity market.

      EEE513

      Power System Planning & Reliability

      ·         Analyze the reliability of different subsystems of the power systems under different operating conditions.

      EEE514

      Power System Protection

      ·         Design the circuits for overcurrent, directional overcurrent, distance relays using solid-state devices. More ever, the learner will be familiarized in the function of computer in the field of protection in power systems.

      EEE607

      Distributed Generation &Microgrid

      ·         Understand the planning and operation of different types of distributed generation units and microgrids and the application of power electronics in the interconnection issues with the power systems.

      EEE515

      Integrated Energy Management

      ·         Explain the significance of energy conservation measures, apply energy audit procedures, analyze and evaluate different electrical systems incorporated with energy conservation measures.

      EEE516

      Power System Transients

      ·         Analyse the effect of various lightning, switching, temporary-over voltages and travelling waves and the insulation coordination in power system equipments.

      EEE517

      Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Systems

      ·         Design, analyse and control the performance of hybrid and electric vehicles.

      EEE518

      Testing of Power Apparatus

      ·         Explain and analyse the requirements of various high voltage tests for the power system components and the safety aspects of the high voltage test facilities.

      EEE519

      Synchrophasor Technology for Advanced Power Systems

      ·         Acquire basic knowledge of the design and operation of synchrophasors assisted Wide Area Monitoring System (WAMS). It shall also give the learner a broad understanding of the vital role of PMUs, its communication infrastructure and other data security related issues, in the power system and its effect in enhancing the overall monitoring of transmission system. Through various illustrations, simulation exercises and projects the learner will be able to develop a physical understanding of the theory presented in the course.

      EEE520

      Energy Policy & Economics

      ·         Understand the various energy policies and the role of energy in climate change and the reforms introduced by the government in the energy sector for effective demand side management.

      CSE404

      Evolutionary Computing (3-1-0-4)

      ·         Apply fundamental concepts of EA

      ·         Demonstrate the ability to design Evolutionary and Genetic Programming

      ·         Apply Parameter Tuning and Control Techniques

      ·         Acquire concept on Hybridization of EA

      ·         Design and implement Multi Objective and Interactive EAs

      ·         Apply Ants Colony System and Particle Swam Intelligence to Optimization Problems

      CSE517

      Embedded System Design (4-0-0-4)

      ·         Illustrate the necessary components and steps involved for designing the embedded systems.

      ·         Demonstrate the CPU bus involved for interfacing the peripheral devices and the mechanism for interfacing the peripheral devices.

      ·         Interpret the different optimization techniques adopted for designing an embedded system.

      ·         Explain the need of RTOS for designing multitasking supported modern embedded systems.

      EEE606

      Renewable Energy Laboratory

      ·         Simulate and analyze the performance characteristics of integrated operation of PV, wind energy sources, battery energy storage in standalone and grid connected mode.

       

      MAN107

      Digital Pedagogy & Collaborative Learning

      ·      The learner will be able to create knowledge as a team and communicate it to a community using digital tools and internet

      EEE599

      Project Phase I

      ·         Develop skills on framing a research question/hypothesis and apply knowledge of power system engineering for result analysis and presentation.

      EEE600

      Project Work & Viva Voce

      ·         Define and formulate the real-world problem to an engineering research problem statement.

      ·         Postulate a hypothesis for solving the formulated problem by identifying the required parameters and justifying the measures to be used.

      ·         Utilize standard tools, algorithms, techniques, software to solve the defined problem.

      ·         Analyse the data collected and interpret the findings/ solutions / Improvements

      ·         Generate a technical report using required representations in the form of graphs, schematic diagrams, charts.

      ·         Disseminate his acquired knowledge by means of research papers/seminars.

    • Programme outcomes

      • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
      • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
      • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
      • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
      • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
      • The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
      • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
      • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
      • Individual and teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
      • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
      • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
      • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

      Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

      The M.Tech. inWireless & Smart CommunicationProgramme is designed todevelop competent and confident engineers in the field of next generation communication systems. The Programme aims to

      • Provide strong foundations in concept, design and implementation of adaptive wireless communication systems
      • Empower students with core competency in System Level Design, Wireless Standards which enables them to provide out of the box solutions for smart communications systems
      • Impart design and analytical skills to pursue their career in Education, Industrial Sector, R&D or entrepreneurship
      • Impart strong professional, ethical, social responsibility and integrity with environmental sensitivity
      • Prepare learners to adapt to the emerging technologies and provide solutions for regional and global challenges

      Programme Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

      Upon successful completion of this Programme, learners will be able to

      • Model and simulate wireless systems through the application of mathematics, engineering concepts & adaptive algorithms
      • Apply Machine learning and Deep learning concepts to adaptive, interoperable wireless communication systems
      • Design, implement and evaluate signal processing algorithms in software and hardware environments
      • Enable the learners to design, simulate, implement and test individually the different blocks of the wireless communication system and integrate them to provide a complete solution, satisfying the budget, environmental, ethical, safety, manufacturability and sustainability constraints
      • Identify, formulate and apply advanced communication methods to solve critical design issues using high-end RF and electromagnetic simulation tools
      • Analyze & justify the effectiveness of the chosen methodology and effectively communicate the aspects of system

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs)

      Course Code Course Name CLOs Upon successful completion of the course, the learners will be able to

      MAT535

      Applied Mathematics

      ·         Apply numerical linear algebra for solving Eigen value problems, analyse random signals in probabilistic manner, apply queuing theory and optimization techniques to analyse engineering problems.

      INT530

      Artificial Intelligence and Reasoning

      ·         Classify intelligent agents based on their relationship with the environment

      ·         Choose an appropriate inference for problem solving

      ·         Judge the states in uncertain temporal based environments by simple decisions

      ·         Extend Subject Specific Intellectual and Research Skills
       Discuss the various complex decisions for multi ag

      ECE502

      Microwave Communication Systems

      ·         The learner will be able to evaluate the design aspects of microwave amplifiers, oscillator, filters, detectors, mixers and LOS communication link for characterizing the microwave communication system.

      ECE503

      Advanced Digital Signal Processing

      ·         Analyze the signals in time and frequency domains, design filters, understand the significance of adaptive algorithms for various applications, do the spectrum estimation and learn the techniques to implement multi-rate signal processing applications.

      ECE602

      Wireless Communication Systems

      ·         Design and analyze the performance of various wireless communication systems.

      ECE505

      Signal Processing Laboratory

      ·         Design and analyze the signal and image processing algorithms for real time applications.

      TNP101

      Soft Skills – I

      ·           The learner will be able to successfully introduce himself before others.

      ·           The learner realizes the importance of presence of mind and react sharply and swiftly.

      ·           Students are encouraged to do a self introspection of their strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats

      ·           The learner realizes the importance of body language in the day to day communication

      ·           The learner understands the importance of marketing skills and the need for sharpening the skill.

      ·           This inculcates the habit of reading and know about the greatness of great people.

      ·      The learner will enhance the answering skills and the ability to articulate his thoughts.

      ·      The learner will develop lateral thinking and encouraged to think differently.

      ·      The learner will be exposed to the happenings around the globe through a debate.

      ·      The learner will be exposed to the happenings around the globe through a Quiz.

      ECE601

      Smart Antennas

      ·         Apply concepts learnt for design and analyze the smart antenna systems utilizing related simulation tools

      ECE508

      ApplicationLevel Information Security

      ·         Choose and implement various security techniques, encryption, watermarking and steganography for efficient and reliable secure communication

      INT534

      Machine Learning

      ·           Explain the fundamental issues and challenges of machine learning: data, model selection, model complexity, etc

      ·           Explain the strengths and weaknesses of many popular machine learning approaches

      ·           Influence the importance of mathematical relationships within and across Machine Learning algorithms and the paradigms of machine learning and deep learning

      ·           Develop machine learning solutions to classification, regression, and clustering problems and apply various regularization and optimization techniques

      ·           Design and implement various machine learning and deep learning algorithms in a range of real-world applications

      ·           Evaluate and interpret the results of the machine learning and basic deep learning algorithms

      MAN106

      Research Methodology & IPR

      ·         Perform literature survey to identify the research gaps

      ·         Define a research problem and formulate the objectives

      ·         Prepare a methodological plan for data acquisition and analysis pertaining to a research objective

      ·         Describe different intellectual property rights

      ·         Classify the IP based on their salient features

      ·         Describe the different steps involved in the process of filing a patent

      ·         Describe the rights of an patentee

      ·         Use patent database to carry out patent search and obtain appropriate information on a patent

      ECE507

      RF Communication Laboratory

      ·         Design various microwave components and integrate them for specific applications

      TNP102

      Soft Skills – II

      ·      The learner get to know the expectations of employer from the prospective future employees

      ·      Learner becomes familiar about selection process through any senior student who will share his/her experience about their interview

      ·      Learner becomes familiar about how to prepare SOP for higher studies / research

      ·      The learner learns the art of writing a successful resume.

      ·      The learner undergoes Verbal, Logical, Numerical and Analytical test.

      ·      The learner comes to know the ways to equip himself to face a job interview.

      ·      The learner will understand the importance of domain knowledge to face the technical round in job interview.

      ·      The learner will understand the importance of domain knowledge to face the technical round in job interview.

      ·      The learner realizes the importance of knowledge on current affairs through Group Discussion

      ·      The learner understands the Do’s and Don’t’s of a group discussion.

      ·      The learner evaluates his personal preparedness for the future job interview.

      ECE399

      Seminar

      ·      Gain skills to Document and Present technical content to broad group of audience

      ECE 598

      Summer Project

      ·      The learner will gain experience in working with a different research group/lab

      ·      Gain knowledge and access on a software/hardware tool for their future projects

      ECE514

      IoT Technology and its Applications

      ·         Design IoT based embedded systems for various domain specific applications

      CSE423

      Deep Learning

      ·         Understand the architectures of different deep learning models

      ·         Understand the training methodologies of different models

      ·         Compare the models in terms of their processing capabilities

      ·         Apply techniques to improve performance of deep models

      ·         Analyze a given application and Select appropriate model

      ·         Design application specific architecture

      MAN107

      Digital Pedagogy & Collaborative Learning

      ·      The learner will be able to create knowledge as a team and communicate it to a community using digital tools and internet

      ECE604

      Advanced Digital Communication Laboratory

      ·         Design, implement and analyze the performance of the advanced digital communication systems

      ECE599

      Project Phase – I

      ·         Learn to do literature survey and identify scope for addition/improvement on existing work

      ·         Explain the theoretical concepts and their role in execution of the project

      ·         Learn and Make use of numerical and analytical simulation tools for performing modeling and simulation of the project

      ·         Work on possiblemethodology tosolve a research problem.

      ECE600

      Project & Viva Voce

      ·         Survey the existing literature in their domain and distinguish the merits and demerits of each approach suggested

      ·         Explain the theoretical concepts and their role in execution of the project

      ·         Make use of numerical and analytical simulation tools for performing modeling and simulation of the project

      ·         Decide the best methodology by analyzing the outcomes of simulation and graded performance metrics

      ·         Design and develop hardware / software for each module of the project and integrate them

      ·         Demonstrate the team building encompassing the necessary oral and written communication skills

      ·         Predict the socio, cultural, commercial and business aspects of the project

      ECE521

      3D Computer Vision

      ·         Understand the 3D concepts and 3D printing techniques and the materials used

      ECE506

      Optical Communication Systems

      ·         Design a free space optic communication system and discuss the advantages and limitations of various optical components.

      ECE603

      Communication Systems Modelling and Simulation

      ·         Implement various simulation models for communication systems

      ECE607

      Software Defined Radio and its Application

      ·         Design Software defined radio & cognitive radio and analyse their features.

      ECE608

      Network Routing Algorithms

      ·         Differentiate and implement the various network routing algorithms to enhance the wireless network performance.

      ECE610

      Speech and Audio Processing

      ·         Apprehend the detailed knowledge about the processing of speech and audio signals.

      ECE611

      Mobile Ad hoc Networks

      ·         Analyze the characteristics of the mobile ad hoc network, implement the routing algorithms and to prolong the lifetime of the ad hoc network.

      ECE612

      RF MEMS for Wireless Communication

      ·         Apply concepts learnt for design and analyze RF MEMS based circuits for wireless communication using related simulation tools. 

      ECE613

      Broadband Networks

      ·         Design protocols forISDN/ SONET/SDH/ATM/ MPLS for multimedia data transmission.

      ECE614

      Long Term Evolution Design

      ·         Understand the LTE standard and incorporate more advanced techniques into the future version of the specification.

      ECE617

      Error Control Coding

      ·         Gain knowledge about various types of error control codes and their significance in mitigating channel noise.

      ECE618

      EMI and Compatibility in System Design

      ·         Gain knowledge on basic concepts of EMI/EMC and become familiar with EMC design of PCBs and the measurements and standardization

      ECE619

      RF System Design

      ·         Design and analyze RF Systems

      ECE522

      Signal Processing for Mobile Communication

      ·         Understand various new network trends, standards and techniques involved in signal processing for mobile/wireless communication

    • Programme Outcomes

      • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
      • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
      • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
      • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
      • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
      • The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
      • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
      • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
      • Individual and teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
      • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
      • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
      • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

      Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

      The M.Tech. in Artificial Intelligence & Robotics Programme is designed to produce globally competent & self – reliant engineers in the domains of Artificial Intelligence & Robotics. Theprogramme aims to enable the learners

      • Critically think and come out with original ideas to solve technical problems using the knowledge acquired in artificial intelligence and robotics, which can make them good solution providers
      • Synthesize ideas from multidisciplinary domains, which can enable them to initiate a startup in the area of robotics
      • Communicate their technical findings effectively with rationale arguments, without any ambiguities, to all the stakeholders
      • Develop independent learning skills and have confidence to approach any technical problem with scientific curiosity, which motivates them to pursue research with interest
      • Develop vital insights and judgmental capacities towards issues related to professional, ethical, and social aspects, which make them a good citizen and professional
      • Evaluate robotics and artificial intelligence products not only based on the technical specifications but also on other aspects such as economy, ease of use, environmental issues etc.

      Programme Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

      Upon completion of this programme, graduates will be able to:

      • Model the kinematics and dynamics of robots, which can be used to predict its behaviour and performance using computational tools
      • Design and develop complete robotics solutions for industrial and societal problems
      • Troubleshoot the software and hardware systems of robots in a systematic mode firmly rooted in the knowledge and understanding of fundamental engineering principles
      • Work on the development of environment specific robotic systems like aerial, underwater, and surface robots in single and multi-robot configurations
      • Demonstrate the ability to apply basic research methods in control, perception, and navigation aspects of robots, including data analysis and interpretation
      • Implement robotic systems that integrate microprocessors / onboard computers, electro-mechanical systems, and machine learning algorithms
      • Integrate artificial intelligence with robots and other systems to improve their performance in challenging environmental conditions and for solving contemporary problems prevalent in society
      • Design, debug, test, and document a robotic automation system for industrial applications
      • Acquire new knowledge and integrate knowledge from different disciplines through critical reading of research material

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs)

      Course Code Course Name CLOs Upon successful completion of the course, the learners will be able to

      MCT501

      Kinematics and Dynamics of Robots

      ·         Analyse mathematically the forward and inverse kinematics of an industrial manipulator robot

      ·         Derive the Euler Lagrange and Newton approach of forward dynamics of an industrial manipulator robot

      MAT445

      Probability and Statistics using R

      ·         Perform descriptive statistical analysis on a given data set

      ·         Perform point and interval estimation of statistical parameters

      ·         Fit appropriate probability distributions for a provided data set

      ·         Perform parametric and non-parametric hypothesis testing

      ·         Build and evaluate multiple linear regression models

      ·         Build and evaluate logistic regression models

      BIN522

      Python for Data Science

      ·         Apply Python language features and write simple functions /programs to solve simple computational and bioinformatics problems.

      ·         Apply string concepts and manipulate file objects 

      ·         Design new classes with data and methods incorporating specialfeatures such as operator overloading, inheritance and methodoverriding

      ·         Apply the regular expression library to solve complex patternmatchingproblemsincomputationandbiology

      ·         Analyze Biopython scripts and solve routine and novel searching,sequence and structure tasks in bioinformatics

      ·         Design SQL databases in python as well as learn to work with pythonlibraries for visualisation, and numerical programming.

      INT530

      Artificial Intelligence and Reasoning

      ·         Classify intelligent agents based on their relationship with the environment

      ·         Choose an appropriate inferences for problem solving

      ·         Judge the states in uncertain temporal based environments by simple decisions

      ·         Discuss the various complex decisions for multi agents based on value information

      ·         Extend Subject Specific Intellectual and Research Skills

      ·         Solve real-world data-science problems and build applications in this space

      EIE501

      Advanced Control Systems

      ·         Design of state feedback controller and observers using pole placement techniques

      ·         Design of digital compensators using linear systems tools

      ·         Design of model-based control using state space and step response models

      EIE502

      Modelling and Simulation Laboratory

      ·         Develop Linear time invariant models for various engineering systems in simulation and environment

      ·         Analyse and design controllers for mobile robots and industrial manipulator systems

      TNP101

      Soft Skills – I

      ·         Show his ability to introduce himself to others.

      ·         Appreciate presence of mind and reacts sharply and swiftly.

      ·         Conduct self-introspection of their own strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats

      ·         Appreciate the importance of body language during communication

      ·         Appreciate importance of marketing skills and the need for sharpening the skill

      ·         Develop the habit of reading and appreciate the greatness of great people

      ·         Develop answering skills and the ability to articulate his thoughts

      ·         Develop lateral thinking and encouraged to think differently

      ·         Analyze happenings around the globe through a debate

      ·         Explain global events

      EIE608

      Autonomous Navigation

      ·         Model and control a mobile robotic system for the given applications

      ·         Hands-on implementation of mobile robots for autonomous navigation

      INT532

      Machine Learning

      ·         Explain the fundamental issues and challenges of machine learning: data, probabilistic data distribution, model selection, model complexity, etc

      ·         Explain the strengths and weaknesses of many popular machine learning approaches

      ·         Influence the importanceof mathematical relationships within and across Machine Learning algorithms

      ·         Develop machine learning solutions to classification, regression, and clustering problems

      ·         Design and implement various machine learning algorithms in a range of real-world applications

      ·         Evaluate and interpret the results of the machine learning algorithms

      MAN106

      Research Methodology& IPR

      ·         Perform literature survey to identify the research gaps

      ·         Define a research problem and formulate the objectives

      ·         Prepare a methodological plan for data acquisition and analysis pertaining to a research objectives

      ·         Describe different intellectual property rights Classify the IP based on their salient features

      ·         Describe the different steps involved in the process of filing a patent

      ·         Describe the rights of an patentee Use patent database to carry out patent search and obtain appropriate information on a patent

      EIE507

      Robot Design and Programming Lab

      ·         Design a robotic system for the given applications

      ·         Develop program for the robot to perform given operation

      TNP102

      Soft Skills – II

      ·         The learner gets to know the expectations of employer from the prospective future employees

      ·         Learner becomes familiar about selection process through any senior student who will share his/her experience about their interview. Learner becomes familiar about how to prepare SOP for higher studies / research

      ·         The learner learns the art of writing a successful resume.

      ·         The learner undergoes Verbal, Logical, Numericaland Analytical test.

      ·         The learner comes to know the ways to equiphimself to face a job interview

      ·         The learner will understand the importance ofdomain knowledge to face the technical round injob interview

      ·         The learner will understand the importance ofdomain knowledge to face the technical round injob interview.

      ·         The learner realizes the importance of knowledgeon current affairs through Group Discussion

      ·         The learner understands the Do’s and Don’t’s of a group discussion

      ·         The learner evaluates his personal preparednessfor the future job interview

      EIE505

      Seminar

      ·         understand the importance ofdomain knowledge to present technical ideas before a knowledgeable audience

      ·         Communicate their work effectively to technical and non-technical audiences

       

      EIE506

      Summer Project

      ·         Apply advanced problem-solving skills to establish creative research-based solutions in the field of AI and Robotics

      ·         Work with information that may be incomplete or uncertain and quantify the effect of this on the design

      ·         Apply foundational engineering principles to analyze key robotic engineering processes which includes both hardware and software aspects

       

      CSE420

      Computer Vision

      ·         Reconstruct shape from shading, texture and focus

      ·         Represent 3D surfaces as oriented points or volumetric primitives

      ·         Create seamless transition between a pair of reference images

      ·         Render a scene from an arbitrary view point

      CSE423

      Deep Learning

      ·         Understand the architectures of different deep learning models

      ·         Understand the training methodologies of different models

      ·         Compare the models in terms of their processing

      ·         Capabilities

      ·         Apply techniques to improve performance of deep models

      ·         Analyze a given application and Select appropriate model

      ·         Design application specific architecture

      CSE424

      Deep Learning Laboratory

      ·         Implement deep learning models using various frameworks inPython

      ·         Obtain a deeper understanding of architectures and trainingmethodologies of different models

      ·         Compare the models in terms of their processing capabilities

      ·         Analyze a given application and Select appropriate model

      ·         Design intelligent system for the given application

      ·         Evaluate results of different experimental settings and test cases, and identify refinements

      MAN107

      Digital Pedagogy & Collaborative Learning

      ·      The learner will be able to create knowledge as a team and communicate it to a community using digital tools and internet

      EIE 610

      Project Phase-I

      ·         Apply foundational engineering principles to analyze key robotic engineering processes

      ·         Understanding of and the ability to work in different roles within an engineering team

      ·         Knowledge and understanding of management techniques including project management, that may be used to achieve engineering objectives

      ·         Communicate their work effectively to technical and non-technical audiences

      ·         Work with information that may be incomplete or uncertain and quantify the effect of this on the design

      ·         Examine the information that comes from many sources which are required for carrying out a project and then choose the relevant information in an evaluative mode

      EIE 613

      Project work &Vivavoce

      ·         Apply advanced problem-solving skills to establish creative research-based solutions in the field of AI and Robotics

      ·         Understanding of and the ability to work in different roles within an engineering team

      ·         Knowledge and understanding of management techniques including project management, that may be used to achieve engineering objectives

      ·         Communicate their work effectively to technical and non-technical audiences

      ·         Work with information that may be incomplete or uncertain and quantify the effect of this on the design

      ·         Design hardware and software systems for solving real world problems by handling constraints including environmental and sustainability limitations; ethical, health, safety, security and risk issues; intellectual property; codes of practice and standards

      ·         Examine the information that comes from many sources which are required for carrying out a project and then choose the relevant information in an evaluative mode

       

      ECE510

      Digital Speech Processing

      ·         Design and verify speech activity detector,recognizer of isolated words, and applythe same for given applications

      EIE508

      Advanced Biomechanics

      ·         Apply general mathematical and software tools to analyze kinematic and kinetic parameters, image analysis and to create simple geometric representations of biological structures.

      ·         Make use of biomechanics in the analysis of trauma and robotics.

      MCT502

      Mechatronics System Design

      ·         Apply technique of online condition monitoring,application of ANN and fuzzy todevelop Mechatronics systems

      ·         Design and fabricate a Mechatronics system which is an integration of mechanical,electrical, computer and information systems

      EIE601

      Optimal Control Systems

      ·         Design a model predictive based optimalcontroller for robotic applications

      ·         Design state estimators and optimal control forMobile robot navigation problems

      EIE602

      Multisensor Fusion Technqiues

      ·         Design Kalman filter based fusion techniques forrobot sensors to enable autonomous navigation

      ·         Implement the knowledge-based approach in sensor fusion using data driventechnique

      EIE603

      Detection and Estimation Theory

      ·         Apply various methods to Real-Time application problems by acquiring theknowledge of basic estimation methods

      ·         Design and Implement detectors for signaldetection problems

      EIE605

      Multi Robot Systems

      ·         Implement control strategies in a multi-robot environment  

      ·         Design of bioinspired algorithms for swarmintelligence

      EIE503

      Underwater and Aerial Vehicles

      ·         Design an underwater vehicle with thebackground of kinematics and hydrodynamics

      ·         Model a miniaturized aerial vehicle and developsome simple motion planning and control methodologies

      MAT547

      Game Theory & Applications

      ·         Identify the different types of games and able to find the solution of the same.

      ·         Perform Pareto optimum and Nash Equilibrium in pure and in mixed strategies

      ·         Can find a solution in dynamic games with perfect and imperfect information

      ·         Appraise the application of Prisoners' Dilemma to a variety of real-world conflicts

      ·         Find a solution of finitely and infinitely repeated game

      ·         Apply the ideas of mechanism design in various fields of Engineering

      INT410

      Cyber Physical Systems

      ·         Categorize the essential modelling formalisms of Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS)

      ·         Analyze the functional behaviour of Sensors, Actuators and hardware architectures in CPS

      ·         Design CPS requirements based on operating system constraints such as Input and Output, Multitasking, and Scheduling

      ·         Analyze and verify the correctness of CPS implementations against system requirements

      ·         Analyze CPS implementations through reachability Analysis and Model Checking, and Quantitative Analysis

      ·         Verify the security and privacy constraints in real-time CPS implementations

      EIE611

      Under-actuated Robotics

      ·         Design LQR for underactuated control of robotics

      ·         Design state estimators and optimal control for underactuated robotics controlproblems under LQG and MPC framework

      EIE612

      Reinforcement Learning and Control

      ·         Analyze RL tasks including policies, value functions and can implement standard RL algorithms with libraries used in RL 

      ·         Design and develop the policy gradient methods, imitation learning tasks and solutions

      EIE509

      Micro Electro Mechanical Systems

      ·         Apply the knowledge of basic science, inunderstanding the fabricationtechniques deployed in MEMS. 

      ·         Analyze the applications of piezoresistiveandpiezoelectric sensors and polymer MEMS in microfluidic and biomedical applications.

      MCT602

      Path Planning & Navigation Algorithms

      ·         Analyse the Euler-lagrangian and Newton EulerModels for a 2R planar robot

      ·         Analyse the performance and configuration of a PD controller for trajectory tracking and navigation

      CSE405

      Natural Language Processing

      ·         Explain the core tasks in NLP

      ·         Illustrate the capabilities and limitations of currentnatural language technologies

      ·         Explain the state-of-the-art algorithms and techniques for text-based processing of naturallanguage

      ·         Design the n-gram models using probabilitytheories

      ·         Construct PCFG for parsing sentences

      ·         Develop text based NLP applications such asmachine translation and sentiment analysis systems

      EIE606

      Applied Nonlinear Control

      ·         Analyze mathematical differences between linear and nonlinear systems in findingsolutions of differential equations 

      ·         Design a graphical approach to estimate thenonlinear system states using phaseplane methods

      EIE604

      Advanced Network Control Systems

      ·         Analyze the mathematical issues involved in the study of advanced control systems and Lyapunov stability concepts

      ·         Implement algorithms in real time applications and learns how to deal with case studies

      ECE523

      Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)

      ·         Apply the concepts of Industrial IoT& Industry 4.0 to enhance the digital business models.

      ICT101

      Data Structures and Algorithms

      ·         Employ linear and non-linear data structures for a given scenario.

      ·         Find the computational complexity of recursive algorithms and non-recursive algorithms

      ·         Choose appropriate graph representation methods to solve problems

      ·         Apply topological sort, graph traversals and minimum spanning tree algorithms for solving real-time problems

      ·         Employ appropriate sorting techniques based on their time complexities

      ·         Select appropriate design methodology to develop an algorithm for a given problem

    • Programme Objective:

      At the end of the Programme, the Law graduate will be able to

      • meet the demands of the emerging global legal and economic order with acceptable levels of excellence and efficiency
      • undertake higher responsibilities in legal practice, teaching, research and judiciary over a course of time and
      • fulfill social responsibilities effectively to bring effective social change as envisaged by the Constitution of India

      Legal Education in SASTRA will prepare law students to play a decisive and critical leadership role in meeting the emerging challenges. It aims to equip students to successfully function not only as advocates practicing in courts, but also as judges, policy makers, public officials and conscientious civil society activists as well as corporate legal sector in the private sector. The programme will also prepare the prepare the students to meet the challenges of working in a globalized knowledge economy in which the nature of law and legal practice are undergoing a paradigm shift.

      PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOME

      • Students will possess knowledge and understanding of substantive and procedural law;
      • Students will possess the ability to perform:
        • legal analysis and reasoning
        • legal research
        • problem solving
        • written communication in the legal context
        • oral communication in the legal context
      • Students will understand the exercise of proper professional and ethical responsibilities to clients and the legal system; and
      • All students will also demonstrate a basic understanding of political theories and sociological context under which laws are framed and practiced.
      • Students will possess capacities to function as bureaucrats, practicing professional in courts and in transactional practice.
    • Programme Objective:

      At the end of the Programme, the Law graduate will be able to

      • meet the demands of the emerging global legal and economic order with acceptable levels of excellence and efficiency
      • undertake higher responsibilities in legal practice, teaching, research and judiciary over a course of time and
      • fulfill social responsibilities effectively to bring effective social change as envisaged by the Constitution of India

      Legal Education in SASTRA will prepare law students to play a decisive and critical leadership role in meeting the emerging challenges. It aims to equip students to successfully function not only as advocates practicing in courts, but also as judges, policy makers, public officials and conscientious civil society activists as well as corporate legal sector in the private sector. The programme will also prepare the prepare the students to meet the challenges of working in a globalized knowledge economy in which the nature of law and legal practice are undergoing a paradigm shift.

      PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOME

      • Students will possess knowledge and understanding of substantive and procedural law;
      • Students will possess the ability to perform:
        • legal analysis and reasoning
        • legal research
        • problem solving
        • written communication in the legal context
        • oral communication in the legal context
      • Students will understand the exercise of proper professional and ethical responsibilities to clients and the legal system
      • Students will demonstrate the professional skills of collaboration, counseling and negotiation needed for competent and ethical participation as a member of the legal profession.
      • Students will possess understanding of business administration, management strategies, business environment and drafting to resolve problems posed by clients with differing business concerns and objectives
    • Programme Objective:

      At the end of the Programme, the Law graduate will be able to

      • meet the demands of the emerging global legal and economic order with acceptable levels of excellence and efficiency
      • undertake higher responsibilities in legal practice, teaching, research and judiciary over a course of time and
      • fulfill social responsibilities effectively to bring effective social change as envisaged by the Constitution of India

      Legal Education in SASTRA will prepare law students to play a decisive and critical leadership role in meeting the emerging challenges. It aims to equip students to successfully function not only as advocates practicing in courts, but also as judges, policy makers, public officials and conscientious civil society activists as well as corporate legal sector in the private sector. The programme will also prepare the prepare the students to meet the challenges of working in a globalized knowledge economy in which the nature of law and legal practice are undergoing a paradigm shift.

      PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOME

      • Students will possess knowledge and understanding of substantive and procedural law;
      • Students will possess the ability to perform:
        • legal analysis and reasoning
        • legal research
        • problem solving
        • written communication in the legal context
        • oral communication in the legal context
      • Students will understand the exercise of proper professional and ethical responsibilities to clients and the legal system
      • Students will demonstrate the professional skills of collaboration, counseling and negotiation needed for competent and ethical participation as a member of the legal profession.
      • Students will possess the ability to perform commercial accounting practices, drafting commercial and contracts
    • PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

      The M.Sc. Data Science program will provide a unique opportunity to students to obtain skills specially designed for data science stream. It focuses on the intertwining areas of machine learning, visual analytics and data governance, with the aim being to strike a balance between theoretical underpinnings, practical hands-on experience, and acquisition of industrially-relevant languages and packages. Learners will also be exposed to cutting-edge contemporary research activity within data science that will equip research-oriented learners with the potential to pursue a research-based career, and, in particular, further doctoral research. The Programme aims to:

      • Train learners to demonstrate proficiency with statistical analysis of Data
      • Equip graduates to execute statistical analyses with professional statistical software
      • Enable graduates to create and implement solutions with advanced computing skills addressing data management
      • Prepare learners to develop the ability to build and assess Data-based models
      • Equip graduates with capability to design, implement and test computational approaches to develop solutions
      • Enable the learners to apply data science concepts and methods to solve problems in real-world context and communicate these solutions effectively
      • Create technically sound and ethically committed professionals

      PROGRAMME-SPECIFIC LEARNING OUTCOMES

      Upon completion of this programme, the learner will be able to:

      • Employ specialized skills in the central concepts, theories, practice and research methods of data science towards solving problems in different domains
      • Demonstrate an in-depth understanding of statistical, mathematical concepts in the context of data science
      • Analyze various statistical tools and software used in data science
      • Display an awareness to the rapid technological changes in the realm of data science
      • Perform efficiently as an individual as well as display teamwork and leadership skills through projects
      • Exhibit analytical and critical as well as creative thinking skills
      • Display effective time management and organizational skills
      • Communicate technical information both in the form of written documentation as well as oral presentations
      • Employ technical knowledge and strategies to address economic, environmental, health, national, global, cultural, societal and sustainability issues
    • PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

      The M.Sc. Integrated Mathematics program aims to provide the learner a unique opportunity to discover the many facets of Mathematics. The design of the programme covers a wide range of topics in Mathematics enabling the learners to develop sufficient knowledge in both Pure and Applied Mathematics. The objectives of the various courses included in the programme ensure in-depth knowledge of the constituent topics giving equal importance to problem solving skills and interpretation of theory. Learners completing the programme will have developed strong fundamentals to take up research in the Pure and Applied divisions of Mathematics. The Programme aims to:

      • Inculcate proficiency in learners on the foundations of Pure and Applied Mathematics
      • Equip graduates to hone their problem-solving skills using various tools of Mathematics
      • Develop an understanding of Mathematical Logic and Boolean Algebra in learners
      • Enable graduates to write programs in C language
      • Equip graduates with an aptitude towards Research through the wide range of topics included across the courses offered
      • Create graduates who will be able to effectively communicate their scientific knowledge
      • Instill ethical principles and create individuals committed to professional ethics and responsibilities

      PROGRAMME-SPECIFIC LEARNING OUTCOMES

      Upon completion of this programme, the learner will be able to:

      • Gain in-depth knowledge on the foundations of concepts in Pure and Applied Mathematics
      • Identify the Mathematical structure under study and its various facets
      • Conceive and execute a Computer program to solve a given problem
      • Exhibit capability to evaluate problems in other domains of Science and Engineering based on their equivalent representations in Mathematics
      • Demonstrate an aptitude to apply the concepts learnt, reasoning and skills gained in mathematics to address economic, environmental, health, national, global, cultural, societal and sustainability issues
      • Comprehend, critically analyze, and effective communicate technical information
      • Engage in independent and lifelong learning to keep pace with technological changes
      • Display the ability to excel as an individual and as part of a team as well as in multi-disciplinary settings, and exhibit leadership skills
      • Exhibit highest degree of professional ethics and commitment