**UG courses for 2012-13**

**UG courses for 2013-14**

**UG courses for 2014-15**

**UG courses for 2015-16**

**UG courses for 2016-17**

**UG courses for 2017-18**

**UG courses for 2018-19**

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an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering |

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an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems |

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an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability |

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an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data |

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an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. |

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the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context |

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a knowledge of contemporary issues |

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an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility |

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an ability to function on multidisciplinary teams |

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an ability to communicate effectively (3g1 orally, 3g2 written) |

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a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning |

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To Impart Quality Education with social consciousness and make them Globally Competent. |
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Sno | Course Code | Course Title | L-T-P | Credits | S NO | CO NO | Description of the Course Outcome |

1 | 18SC1103 | SINGLE VARIABLE CALCULUS AND MATRIX ALGEBRA | 3-0-0 |
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1 | CO 1 | Model the physical laws and relations mathematically as a first order differential equations, solve by analytical and numerical methods also interpret the solution. |

2 | CO 2 | Model physical laws and relations mathematically as a second/higher order differential equations, solve by analytical method and interpret the solution. | |||||

3 | CO 3 | Obtain the Fourier series expansions of periodic functions and use the series to solve ordinary differential equations. | |||||

4 | CO 4 | Model physical problems mathematically as a system of linear equations and solve them by analytical and numerical methods. Also, determine the nature of Quadratic form using Eigen values. | |||||

2 | 18SC1104 | Foundations of Computational Mathematics | 2-0-0 | 1 | 5 | CO 1 | Identify the quantities of Real world problems by using the concepts of arithmetic. |

6 | CO 2 | Computing the areas of regular and irregular solids of real world problems. | |||||

7 | CO 3 | Identifying the numbers by successive division also finding the solution of equations. | |||||

8 | CO 4 | Estimating the roots of an equations and find the unknown values from the data by numerical methods | |||||

3 | 18SC1105 | LOGIC AND REASONING | 0-0-2 | 1 | 9 | CO 1 | Understand how to use Venn diagrams to find the conclusion of statements, solve puzzles using binary logic. |

10 | CO 2 | Understand to solve problems on clocks, calendars and problems on Non verbal reasoning. | |||||

11 | CO 3 | Understand the available models for Venn diagrams with given data, solve problems relating to cubes and number and letter series. | |||||

12 | CO 4 | Understand the techniques used to solve problems puzzles using analytical reasoning on coding and decoding and blood relations | |||||

4 | 18MT1101 | Basic Mathematics | 2-1-0 |
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13 | CO 1 | Apply knowledge Mathematics , fundamentals in biological science problems |

14 | CO 2 | Identify the formulas, for solving complex engineering problems in sciences by using derivatives and integrals. | |||||

15 | CO 3 | Understand Vector products and their interpretations | |||||

16 | CO 4 | Understand different forms of line and circle equations | |||||

5 | 18MT1201 | Multivariate Calculus | 3-0-2 | 4 | 17 | CO 1 | Determine extreme values for functions of several variables |

18 | CO 2 | Determine area, volume and moment of inertia through multiples integrals | |||||

19 | CO 3 | Apply the concepts of vector calculus to calculate the gradient, directional derivative, arc length , areas of surfaces and volume of solids in practical problems | |||||

20 | CO 4 | Obtain analytical and numerical solutions of Heat and wave equations | |||||

21 | CO5 | Verify the solution of problems through MATLAB | |||||

6 | 18MT 2101 | Probability and Statistics | 2-1-0 |
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22 | CO 1 | Identify the types of random variables and also apply discrete distributions to analyze various rela-world situations |

23 | CO 2 | Construct the probability distribution of a continuous random variable based on a real-world problems, and also predict the linear and non-linear relationship between the two variables | |||||

24 | CO 3 | Apply statistical tests for large and small samples to test the hypothesis. | |||||

25 | CO 4 | Testing the hypothesis to analyze the variance by applying suitable design. | |||||

7 | 18MT 2102 | Theory of Differential Equations in Engineering and Mechanics | 2-0-2 | 3 | 26 | CO 1 | Obtain the response of a mechanical system having single degree-of-freedom for free and forced vibrations through linear differential equations. |

27 | CO 2 | Model and solve free and forced vibrations of a two- degree-of-freedom system through system of linear differential equations. | |||||

28 | CO 3 | Obtain canonical forms of linear second order PDEs. and Demonstrate the nature of the incompressible fluid flow using Euler and Bernoulli equations. | |||||

29 | CO4 | Identify the heat and wave equations in different forms, obtain their responses and develop empirical relations. | |||||

30 | CO5 | Determine the response of mechanical vibrating systems and heat equations which are modelled by ordinary or partial differential equations using MATLAB. | |||||

8 | 18MT2104 | Probability and Numerical Methods | 3-1-0 |
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31 | CO1 | Identify the types of random variables and also obtain the mean and variance using mathematical expectation |

32 | CO2 | Apply discrete and Continuous distributions to analyze various real-world situations | |||||

33 | CO3 | Draw conclusion about the population based upon samples drawn from it | |||||

34 | Obtain the solutions of transcendental equations using numerical methods and also determine the future predictions using interpolation and different numerical techniques | ||||||

9 | 18MT2103 | Bio-Statistics | 2-2-0 |
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35 | CO-1 | Interpret numerical data through various graphs and determination of various constants of the data |

36 | CO-2 | Measure and estimate the degree of linear relationship between two variables | |||||

37 | CO-3 | Identify the suitable probability distribution to the given experimental data and calculation of various characteristics of the respective probability distributions | |||||

38 | CO-4 | Draw the statistical inference of the given data through various tests of statistical hypothesis, viz., tests for means (single and two), analysis of variance | |||||

10 | 18MT 1102 | Fundamental of Mathematics | 3-0-2 |
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39 | CO 1 | Solve problems of matrices, limits and differential equations |

40 | CO 2 | Formulate differential calculus, differentiation rules and identify a method for solving and interpreting the results. | |||||

41 | CO 3 | Formulate physical laws and relations mathematically in the form of second/higher order differential equations and identify a method for solving and interpreting the results. | |||||

42 | CO 4 | Verify the solution of problems through MATLAB. |