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Introduction

 The department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering since its inception in year 2009 is involved in the study of evolving subjects. This department offers one under graduate course (B.Tech in Electrical and Electronics Engineering) and a post graduate course (M.Tech in Power Electronics and Drives). This department is dedicated to the current needs of the industry. Application of new technologies in various fields is one of the main focuses in the departmental activities. EEE is a subject that naturally partners with other disciplines to open whole new engineering avenues. The department has grown not only in terms of Faculties and Students but also in terms of state of the art laboratories for students.
 
Undergraduate Program(UG)
This course not only introduces the students into the world of Electrical and Electronics Engineering but also gives them strong technical knowledge. This B.Tech degree Program provides a balance between depth of knowledge acquired through specialization and breadth of knowledge acquired through exploration. The department also promotes research activities amongst its students and faculties. EEE Department also encourages its students to involve themselves in various learning and interaction activities.

Post Graduate Program( PG)

The emphasis now turning to efficient use of present technologies, Department of EEE through its master degree course i.e. M.Tech in Power Electronics and Drives provides the students all major exposure in the discipline of Power Electronics. It exposes the students to the present day to day scenario and encourages them to use their technical skill to improve the present day power handling capabilities. The study of power electronics and drives provides an in-depth understanding of the technologies by means of power electronics devices and Electrical Machines.

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

PEO-1 : To construct the culture of team work and effective communication capability in our graduates to resolve complex engineering problems and other challenging issues.

PEO-2 : Engineers, guided by the philosophy of sustainable improvement and worldwide interconnectedness, will understand how engineering projects influence society and the environment.

PEO-3 : To guide the students with practical exposure to test and validate the characteristics of general electrical and electronics equipments / machines / control system and to build up the skill to analyze, welcome and interpret the data for engineering applications.

 

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES

v  Engineering Graduates will be able to:

1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering elements, and an engineering specialization to the solution of composite engineering complications.

2. Design/development of solutions: Identify, codify, scrutiny research literature, and inspect intricate engineering problems reaching corroborate denouncements utilizing first principles of mathematics and engineering sciences.

3. Design/development of solutions: Develop solutions for convoluted engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the particularized needs with germane consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including planning of experiments, scrutiny and understanding of data, and synthesis of the facts to deliver in force deductions.

5. Modern tool usage:Create, choose, and apply suitable techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including forecasting and demonstrating to complex engineering activities with an comprehending of the boundaries.

6. The engineer and society: Capability to apply acumen informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

7. 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 growth.

8. Ethics: Apply ethical precept and commit to professional ethics and liability and benchmark of the engineering practice.

9. Individual and team work: Capability to function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in assorted teams, and in multidisciplinary sceneries.

10. Communication: Communicate effectively on compound engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to understand and write effective reports and design documentation, make operative presentations, and give and receive clear directives.

11. Project management and finance: Exhibit 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 supervise projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

12. Life-long learning:Identify the need for, and have the preparation and capability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the widest context of technological change.

 

Program Specific Outcome:

 

PSO-1 : Application of fundamental knowledge to identify formulate and investigate various real time problems of electrical machines and energy systems.

PSO-2 : Create awareness & provide solution for Energy Security and Environmental Concern in the area of Renewable Energy to meet out Energy demand.

PSO-3 : Apply appropriate techniques ,hardware and software tools to design ,analyze and test various systems in power electronics and power systems engineering adaptable to multi disciplinary environments.

Lab Facility

The department is well equipped with the state of the art laboratories like:

1. BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGG. LAB

2. NETWORK THEORY LAB

3. ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS MEASUREMENT LAB

4. ELECTRICAL POWER TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION LAB

5. ELECTRICAL MACHINES-I LAB

6. ELECTRICAL MACHINES-II LAB

7. CONTROL SYSTEM ENGINEERING LAB

8. POWER ELECTRONICS LAB

9. POWER SYSTEM LAB

10. ELECTRICAL SIMULATION LAB

Faculty

The department is well equipped with the state of the art laboratories like Survey lab with Total station, digital theodolite and GPS. The soil Mechanics lab is equipped with triaxial testing machine, unconfined compression testing machine and consolidation testing facilities. We have a Concrete Technology lab with all facilities to test the material characteristics of building materials and Bitumen. The strength of Materials lab is equipped with a 40 Ton UTM. We have a well equipped Fluid Mechanics Lab with prototypes of turbines, pumps, and flow measuring equipments. The Environmental Engineering Laboratory contains water quality analysis and waste water quality analysis testing facilities.

Vision & Mission

Vision

v  To develop into a front-runner in bringing out worldwide experienced electrical and electronics engineers, innovators, researchers, and entrepreneurs with best technological, interactive skills and thereby contribute value to the knowledge based economy and society.

Mission

v  To present state-of-the-art resources that contribute to accomplish brilliance in teaching-learning, research and improvement activities.

v  To permit students to build up skills to resolve complex technical troubles of present times and also present a outline for promoting collaborative and multidisciplinary behavior.

v  To inculcate moral and ethical ideals among the faculty and students and to build research oriented approach and focus in fulfilling increasing demands of society through mentoring and inspiration.

v  To uphold a amiable, heartening and discrete atmosphere that invigorates our students and faculties to accomplish most of their abilities.

 

Course Objective

Mathematics-I
CO1
Apply the knowledge of calculus, Gamma &Beta functions for analysing engineering problems
CO2
The studentis able to solve first order differential equations analytically using standard methods
CO3
The student will be able to demonstrate various physical models through higher order differential equations to solve such linear ordinary differential equation
CO4
The students will be able to obtain series solution of differential equation and explain application of Bessel's function
CO5
The student will be able to understand tracing of different curves and calculate its radius of curvature and asymptotes
CO6
The students will be able to apply Laplace problem to determine complete solution to ordinary differential equations.
Physics
CO1
Understand Oscillations and waves existing in nature and analyze their properties.
CO2
Explain and analyze the intensity variation of light due to interference and diffraction.
CO3
Apply band theory to classify solids in terms of their conductivities and explain the working of junction diodes.
CO4
Explain the working principles of LASERs and Optical fibres.
CO5
To formulate and solve the engineering problems on Electromagnetism.
CO6
Explain fundamentals of quantum mechanics and apply to one dimensional motion of particles
Basic Electrical Engineering
CO1
After the Completion of course, the student would have gained good understanding of various Ideal and Practical sources of Electric Energy and conversion details.
CO2
Would have gained good understanding of DC Network ,Magnetic Circuits, categories and their mechanisms.
CO3
Would have gained understanding of Magnetic Circuits and D.C. Machines.
CO4
Would have gained good understanding of Single and three phase AC circuits, their underlying principles and mechanisms.
CO5
Would have gained good understanding of principles and mechanisms of single phase and three phase Induction motors
CO6
Would have gained good understanding of Various electrical measuring machines and their working principles.
Communicative English
CO1
The student is ready to communicate ethically, responsibly, and effectively as local, national, international, and global citizens and leaders
CO2
Students can understand the factors that influence the use of Grammar and vocabulary in speech and writing
CO3
The student is ready to use the sounds of English, syllable division and sound stress.
CO4
 Students become confident and enhance their competency level to compete with the fellow participants
CO5
 The students will enhance their leadership skills and become efficient team leaders in future.
CO6
Students are ready to face different interviews and get ready for upcoming challenges of life.
Engineering Graphics
CO1
Students will be able to create how to make simple drawings by using drafter in drawing sheets
CO2
Students will be able to remember about different commands of autocad to draw the drawings in computer system
CO3
Students will be able to analyze the orthographic view drawings
CO4
Students will be able to analyze the Isometric view drawings
CO5
Students will be able to apply dimensioning, constraints of a drawing
CO6
Students will be able to remember how to make a proper drawing either in drawing sheet or in computer system
Basic Mechanical Engineering
CO1
A fundamental understanding of the first and second laws of thermodynamics and their application to a wide range of systems
CO2
Understanding of the first law of thermodynamics and various forms of work that can occur
CO3
An ability to analyze the work and heat interactions associated with a prescribed process path , and to perform a first law analysis of a flow system
CO4
An ability to evaluate entropy changes in a wide range of processes and determine the reversibility or irreversibility of a process from such calculations
CO5
Familiarity with calculations of the efficiencies of heat engines and other engineering devices
CO6
An understanding of the interrelationship between thermodynamic functions and an ability to use such relationships to solve practical problems
Basic Civil engineering
CO1
Understand the manufacturing process of bricks and cement
CO2
Understand the properties of plain concrete, reinforced concrete, prestressed concrete
CO3
Understand linear measurement, angle measurement
CO4
Understand the working principles of modern survey instruments
CO5
Classify different types of soil and foundation
CO6
Know about hydraulic structures and different  modes of transportation in highway, railway and airport
Physics Lab
CO1
Integrate and relate scientific knowledge related to Physics learned from classroom with real life situations.
CO2
Apply the various procedures and techniques for the experiments.
CO3
Use the different measuring devices like slide calliper, micrometer, travelling microscope, spectrometer, voltmeter, ammeter etc. to record the data with precision.
CO4
Apply the mathematical concepts/equations to obtain quantitative results.
CO5
Learn to use graphing methods to improve experimental accuracy.
CO6
Develop basic communication skills through working in groups in performing the laboratory experiments and by interpreting the results.
Basic Elecrical Engineering Lab
CO1
Would be able to measure the electrical consumption of various devices as well as for DC compound machines.
CO2
Would be able to calculate current, voltage and power in AC electric circuits
CO3
Would have understood the characteristics and use of flouroscent lamps and fuses.
CO4
Would be able to calculate  losses of a single phase transformer.
CO5
Would be able to investigate various theorems.
CO6
Would be able to calculate voltage, current and power of load with different supplies.
Basic Mechanical Engineering Lab
CO1
A fundamental understanding of the first and second laws of thermodynamics and their application to a wide range of systems
CO2
Understanding of the first law of thermodynamics and various forms of work that can occur
CO3
An ability to analyze the work and heat interactions associated with a prescribed process path , and to perform a first law analysis of a flow system
CO4
An ability to evaluate entropy changes in a wide range of processes and determine the reversibility or irreversibility of a process from such calculations
CO5
Familiarity with calculations of the efficiencies of heat engines and other engineering devices
CO6
An understanding of the interrelationship between thermodynamic functions and an ability to use such relationships to solve practical problems
English Language Lab
CO1
The student will enhance their speaking skills which will make them confidence and remove stage fear
CO2
Student will enhance the listening, speaking, reading and writing skills.
CO3
Extempore will enable them to use presence of mind.
CO4
The students will enhance their presentation skills through presenting different topics in a proper manner
CO5
Free writing will give them more space to use their creativity
CO6
The student will enhance their skill of solving reading comprehension and the way to answer the question.
Mathemtics-II
CO1
On completion of this course, students are able to apply the knowledge of matrix algebra for solving system of linar equations and compute the inverse of matrices.
CO2
Develop the essential tool of matrices to compute eigen values and eigen vectors rrquired for matrix diagonolisation process. 
CO3
Illustrate the conccept of vector differential calculus tounderstand the solenoidal and irrotational vectors
CO4
Illustrate the concept of vector integral calculus and exhibit the interdependence of line surface and volume integrals
CO5
Student will be able to know periodic functions and their fourier expansions
CO6
Student will be able to find the fourier transforms of different functions.
Chemistry
CO1
Student will be able to determine the wavelength of matter,wave, quantum numbers by using Schrodinger's wave euation.
CO2
Know the basic principles of UV,IR and microwave spectroscopy for determination of molecular structure.
CO3
Student will be able to evaluate the essential relationship  between materials their corrosion resistance for suitable applications.
CO4
Student will be able to determine the  suitability of different fuel basding on their cetane and octane number.
CO5
Student will be bale to preapre and isolate different fuel based on their boiling point.
CO6
Student will be able to know the synthesis and application of nano particles.
Basic Civil Engineering
CO1
Understand the manufacturing process of bricks and cement
CO2
Understand the properties of plain concrete, reinforced concrete, prestressed concrete
CO3
Understand linear measurement, angle measurement
CO4
Understand the working principles of modern survey instruments
CO5
Classify different types of soil and foundation
CO6
Know about hydraulic structures and different  modes of transportation in highway, railway and airport
Communicative English
CO1
The student is ready to communicate ethically, responsibly, and effectively as local, national, international, and global citizens and leaders
CO2
Students can understand the factors that influence the use of Grammar and vocabulary in speech and writing
CO3
The student is ready to use the sounds of English, syllable division and sound stress.
CO4
 Students become confident and enhance their competency level to compete with the fellow participants
CO5
 The students will enhance their leadership skills and become efficient team leaders in future.
CO6
Students are ready to face different interviews and get ready for upcoming challenges of life.
Chemistry Lab
CO1
Students will be able to design and carry out scientific experiments as well as accurately record and analyze the results of such experiments.
CO2
Students will be skilled in problem solving, critical thinking and analytical reasoning as applied to scientific problems.
CO3
Students will be able to clearly communicate the results of scientific work in oral, written and electronic formats to both scientists and the public at large.
CO4
Students will be able to explore new areas of research in both chemistry and allied fields of science and technology.
CO5
Students will be able to explain why chemistry is an integral activity for addressing social, economic, and environmental problems.
CO6
Students will be able to function as a member of an interdisciplinary problem solving team.
Electronics Engineering
CO1
Student will be able to acquire basic knowledge on conductors, semiconductors & insulators
CO2
Understand and define all the terms and definitions in electronic components
CO3
student will able to measure the diffrent parameters of rectifier
CO4
acquire  the   basic   knowledge  of  digital  logic   levels   and   application  of knowledge to understand digital electronics circuits.
CO5
Students will able to Develop analysis capability in BJT and FET Amplifier Circuits
CO6
Receive knowledge   on   Boolean operations and Expressions
Basic Civil Engineering
CO1
Understand the manufacturing process of bricks and cement
CO2
Understand the properties of plain concrete, reinforced concrete, prestressed concrete
CO3
Understand linear measurement, angle measurement
CO4
Understand the working principles of modern survey instruments
CO5
Classify different types of soil and foundation
CO6
Know about hydraulic structures and different  modes of transportation in highway, railway and airport
English Language Lab
CO1
The student will enhance their speaking skills which will make them confidence and remove stage fear
CO2
Student will enhance the listening, speaking, reading and writing skills.
CO3
Extempore will enable them to use presence of mind.
CO4
The students will enhance their presentation skills through presenting different topics in a proper manner
CO5
Free writing will give them more space to use their creativity
CO6
The student will enhance their skill of solving reading comprehension and the way to answer the question.
Workshop
CO1
To develop a skill in dignity of labor, precision, safety at work place, team working and development of right attitude
CO2
Ability to design and model different prototypes in the turning trade such as Stepped cylindrical Turning of a job and Thread-cutting in lathe.
CO3
Ability to design and model various basic prototypes in the trade of fitting such as Straight fit, V- fit
CO4
Ability to make various basic prototypes in the trade of tools which is used in workshop.
CO5
Ability to design and model various basic prototypes in the trade of Gas Welding such as Lap joint, Lap Tee joint, Edge joint, Butt joint and Corner joint
CO6
Ability to design and model various basic prototypes in the trade of Arc Welding such as Lap joint, Lap Tee joint, Edge joint, Butt joint and Corner joint
Network Theory
CO1
Understand and define all the terms and definitions in Network Analysis.
CO2
Analyze the working of various components of a circuit
CO3
Apply the knowledge of different network reduction techniques in solving the
given circuit with dependent
CO4
Evaluate frequency response, behavior of different passive elements, different
network parameters and enabling the design of complex circuits depending on
specifications
CO5
 Understand the theories represent mathematical approximations to reality and
limitations of those approximations
CO6
Analyze given electric circuit in terms of ABCD, Z, Y and H parameter model and solve the circuit
Electromagnetic Theory
CO1
Apply vector calculus in orthogonal coordinate system
CO2
Understand Fundamental electrostatic fields laws like Coulomb's Law, Gauss's Law etc.
CO3
Understand Magnetic fields and theories related to it like Biot-Savart's Law, Ampere's Law etc.
CO4
Understand fundamentals of Wave propagation and related laws like Faraday's Law.
CO5
UnderstandWave propagation in lossy and loss less Dielectrics.
CO6
Describe and analyze electromagnetic wave propagation in free space
Electrical Machine 1
CO1
Student will be able to acquire knowledge about the fundamental principles and classification of electromagnetic machines.
CO2
Student will be able to acquire knowledge about the constructional details & principle of operation of single phase and three phase transformers.
CO3
Student will be able to acquire knowledge about testing and applications of single phase and three phase transformers.
CO4
Student will be able to acquire knowledge about the constructional details and principle of operation of three phase and single phase induction motors
CO5
Student will be able to acquire knowledge about testing and applications of induction motors.
CO6
Student will be able to perform different experiments like OC test and SC test on different machines and speed control methods of motor.
Electrical & Electronics Measurement
CO1
 Understand the basic concept of measurement of various electrical parameters (resistance, inductance and capacitance
CO2
Apply basic concepts on Galvanometer, Ammeter, Voltmeter and Potentiometer in measurement of current and voltage of electrical appliances
CO3
Understand the measurement power and energy and its application in power sectors.
CO4
Apply the concept of measurement of power factor and frequency and its application in industries.
CO5
Analyze operation of instrument transformers and its implementation in transmission and distribution system
CO6
Determine unknowns values of elements like R, L and C using bridge circuits.
Organizational Behaviour
CO1
to discuss the development of the field of organizational behaviour and explain the micro and macro approaches
CO2
to analyze and compare different models used to explain individual behaviour related to motivation and rewards
CO3
to identify the processes used in developing communication and resolving conflicts
CO4
to explain group dynamics and demonstrate skills required for working in groups (team building)
CO5
to identify the various leadership styles and the role of leaders in a decision making process.
CO6
to explain organizational culture and describe its dimensions and to examine various organizational designs
Analog Electronic Circuit
CO1
Student will able to acquire basic knowledge on the working of various semiconductor
CO2
Students will able to Develop analysis capability in BJT and FET Amplifier Circuits
CO3
Develop competence in desiging of fet amplifiers.
CO4
Students will able to Develop analysis capability in FET configuration.
CO5
Students will able to Develop analysis and desiging of mosfet circuit
CO6
Students will able to understand various applications.
Software Engineering
CO1
Apply the software development lifecycle models to design numerous software projects
CO2
Analyse the requirement engineering principles and design SRS document as per IEEE 830 standard for numerous problem applications
CO3
Analyse and implement the high label software designs and its features for modeling software applications.
CO4
Explore low label software designs in order to transform the high level software designs into actual implementation standards.
CO5
Design test cases for various types of software testing and formulate maintenance strategies for an application that has already been designed.
CO6
Explain the reliability measures and quality policies of software engineering in order to analyse the desired standards of the software applications
Analog Electronic Circuit lab
CO1
student will learn how to design and stimulate BJT, JFET and MOSFET circuits
CO2
students will learn and design class A and class B power amplifier.
CO3
students will learn and work on R.C phase shift oscillator and wein bridge oscillator using OP AMP and crystall oscillator
CO4
students will learn and work on application of OP AMP as differentiator and integrator in square wave generator
CO5
students will learn about op amp frequency response and compensation
CO6
students will study about Darlington connection and current mirror circuits.
Electrical & Electronics Measurement Lab
CO1
Upon completion of study of the course should be able to calibrate and test single phase energy meter, calibrate PMMC voltmeter and calibrate LPF wattmeter
CO2
Student should be able to measure resistance, inductance and capacitance
CO3
Students should be able to measure 3-Φ active power and reactive power,
CO4
Students should be able to test current transformers.
CO5
Students should be able to calibrate LVDT and resistance strain gauge.
CO6
Students will be able to test Galvanometers.
Network Theory Lab
CO1
Students should be able to develop & examine AC & DC Transients
CO2
Students should be able to caliberate and test filters
CO3
Students should be able to analyse R-L-C Circuits
CO4
Students should be able to verify A.C. Theorems
CO5
Students should be able to examine two port networks
CO6
Students should be able to implement Spectral Analyzers
Electrical Machine 1 Lab
CO1
Determine the performance of a single phase transformer byconducting Open Circuit (O.C) and Short Circuit (SC) testsand Sumpner’s test.
CO2
Understand 3-phase to 2-phase transformation using the Scott connection  and  determine  the  different  losses  of  the transformers.
CO3
The ability to troubleshoot the operation of an electrical machine.
CO4
Implement  the  speed  control  techniques  for  a Induction motor
CO5
Understand  and  determine  the  performance of single phase Induction Motors.
CO6
Implement the Load test of Induction Motors
PAM
CO1
Students will be able to identify different types of errors occuring in mathematical methods and find the method to reduce it.
CO2
Student will be able to know interpolation and defiinite integrations by different numerical methods.
CO3
To find solutions of a differential equations by different predictor corrector methods.
CO4
Students will be able to know complex functions and their operations and integration of these functions.
CO5
Students will be able to know the probability distributions, binomial and poission's distribution of both discrete and continuous random variables..
CO6
Students will be able to know correlation and regression of statistical data.
EM-II
CO1
Students will be able to understand about the constructional details and principle of operation of dc machines
CO2
Students will be able to analyze about testing and applications of dc machines.
CO3
Students will be able acquire knowledge about testing and applications of synchronous machines.
CO4
Students will be able to sketch the constructional details and principle of operation of alternators.
CO5
Students will be able to explain about testing and applications of synchronous machines.
CO6
Students will be able to   gain   knowledge   about   the   basic principles and classification of stepper motors.
CSE-1
CO1
Students will be able demonstrate an understanding of the fundamentals of (feedback) control systems.
CO2
Students will be able to simplify  representation  of complex systems using reduction techniques.
CO3
Students will be able to apply  root  locus  technique for stability analysis
CO4
Students will be able demonstrate an understanding of the fundamentals of State Variables.                
CO5
Students will be able to they get the knowledge on applications of  P,PI,PID with control systems.
CO6
Students will be able to analyze performance characteristics  of  system  using Frequency response methods
EPTD
CO1
Develop expressions for the computation of transmission line parameters
CO2
Obtain the equivalent circuits for the transmission lines based on distance and operating voltage for determining voltage regulation and efficiency.
CO3
Understand to improve the voltage profile of the transmission system.
CO4
Analyze the voltage distribution in insulator strings and cables and understand the methods to improve the same.
CO5
Understand the operation of the different distribution schemes.
CO6
Design model for different types of  power transmission line and measure earth resistance.
DEC
CO1
acquire  the   basic   knowledge  of  digital  logic   levels   and   application  of knowledge to understand digital electronics circuits.
CO2
get a thorough understanding of the fundamental concepts and techniques used in digital electronics
CO3
Obtain Acquire   knowledge   on   basic   digital electronic gates
CO4
Receive knowledge   on   Boolean operations and Expressions
CO5
understand about combinational and sequential circuits
CO6
design DA,AD converters and counters,shift registers
EEC
CO1
Students able to understand different economic aspects of our economy as well as society.
CO2
Students able to handle day-to-day financial activities of any organisation and economy.
CO3
Students able to understand, classify, ascertain and analyse the cost data of any business organisation.
CO4
Students able to evaluate different types of Engineering Project for economic viability.
CO5
Students able to participate actively in any type of banking transaction which will stimulate the growth of the nation.
CO6
Every student is able to fix the price of any product and also calculate the profit of the business for achievement of organisational goal.
CO (MINOR)
CO1
Understand the functional units as well as operational concepts of Computer
CO2
Analyze the basic processing units including addressing and instruction sequencing
CO3
Uderstand the memory hierarchy and cache mapping policies with update schemes
CO4
Analyze the basic operations including arithmetic operations with implementation
CO5
Understand Microprocessor with instruction sequencing
CO6
Undestand I/O interface and data transfer techniques
EM-II LAB
CO1
Determine the performance characteristics of DC shunt andDC compound generators by conducting load tests.
CO2
Implement  the  speed  control  techniques  for  a  separately excited DC motor
CO3
Construct and understand the different performance characteristics of electrical machines
CO4
Use the testing data to calculate the equivalent circuit parameters of the tested machines.
CO5
Determine the performance characteristics of  alternators by conducting load tests.
CO6
understand the construction details and classification of universal motors  and  synchronous  motor  like  reluctance motors, hysteresis motors.  
CSE-I LAB
CO1
Ability to formulate transfer function for given control system problems.
CO2
Ability to find time response of given control system model.
CO3
Ability to design Lead, Lag, Lead-Lag systems in control systems
CO4
Ability to design PID controllers for given control system model
CO5
Ability to design Servo Motors.
CO6
Ability to design Lead, Lag, Lead-Lag systems in control systems 
EPTD LAB
CO1
Ability to formulate and measure Earth Resistance
CO2
Understand the details & classification of Lightening Arresters
CO3
Implementation of Oil testing
CO4
Analyze the voltage distribution in insulator strings and cables and understand the methods to improve the same.
CO5
Understand the operation of Corona Discharge.
CO6
Design model for different types of  power transmission line and measure Capacitance.
DEC LAB
CO1
acquire  the   basic   practical  knowledge  of  digital  logic   levels   and   application  of knowledge to understand digital electronics circuits.
CO2
get a thorough understanding of the fundamental concepts and techniques used in digital electronics
CO3
Practically Obtain Acquire   knowledge   on   basic   digital electronic gates
CO4
Receive knowledge   on   Boolean operations and Expressions
CO5
understand & design about all combinational and sequential circuits
CO6
design DA,AD converters and counters,shift registers
Renewable Energy Systems
CO1
Analyze various availability of Energy Sources and explain about basics of solar energy
CO2
Analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the Solar Thermal Energy Conversions and solar electric systems
CO3
Evaluate different methods of energy storage system and explanation of wind energy in detail and its properties
CO4
Implement biomass, biogas and urban waste conversions and gasification's
CO5
Analyze Hybrid Energy Technologies, components and different methods to extract the energy and Hybrid Vechicles.
CO6
Formulate emerging technologies like fuel cell, hybrid and small hydro power plants
Power Electronics
CO1
Relate basic semiconductor physics to properties of power devices, and combine circuit
mathematics and characteristics of linear and non‐linear devices.
CO2
Describe basic operation and compare performance of various power semiconductor devices, passive components and switching circuits
CO3
Design and Analyze power converter circuits and learn to select suitable power electronic
devices by assessing the requirements of application fields
CO4
Formulate and analyze a power electronic design at the system level and assess the
performance.
CO5
Identify the critical areas in application levels and derive typical alternative solutions, select
suitable power converters to control Electrical Motors and other industry grade apparatus.
CO6
Recognize the role power electronics play in the improvement of energy usage efficiency and the applications of power electronics in emerging areas.
Microprocessor & Microcontroller
CO1
The objective of this course is to become familiar with the architecture and theinstruction set of an Intel microprocessor 
CO2
Assembly language programming will be studied as well as the design of various types ofdigital and analog interfaces 
CO3
Understand the architecture of 8085 and 8086
CO4
Describe the architecture and instruction set of ARM microcontroller
CO5
Design Memory Interfacing circuits.
CO6
Design and implement 8051 microcontroller based systems.
Optimization in Engineering
CO1
The students will be able to present the [principles of both LPP and NLPP formulations.
CO2
The students will be able to solve optimisation and decision problems by using logical and mathmatical; models and by developing efficient algorithms to get maximum outputs with minimum resources
CO3
The student will be able to learn basic components in transportation planning and schedulingmainly for  optimal routing, vehicle loading and activity scheduling.
CO4
Students will able to solve integer programming problems which is the most effective and widely used decision tools for large number of fundamental applications
CO5
The students will be to deal with the larger class of decision problems involving non linear mathematical models.
CO6
Using queing theory the students will be able to understand the fundamental concepts and principles undrlying the behaviour of queueing systems and its application to th design of packet oriented electronic communication systems
Digital signal Processing
CO1
Students will able to acquire knowledge about the time domain representation and classification of discrete time signals and systems
CO2
Students will able to acquire knowledge about the time domain analysis of linear time invariant discrete time systems and representation of total response in various formats.
CO3
Students will able to acquire knowledge about the application of discrete time Fourier transform, Discrete Fourier series and z-transform for discrete time signal representation and analysis of linear time invariant systems discrete time systems.
CO4
Students will able to acquire knowledge about the application of discrete Fourier transform in signal representation and system analysis and DFT computation using FFT algorithms.
CO5
Students will able to acquire knowledge about the design methods for IIR and FIR filters and their realisation structures.
CO6
Students will able to acquire knowledge about the finite wordlength effects in the implementation of digital filters
Operating System
CO1
Summarize the role, structure, services and types of operating system, also discuss various issues and types of system calls.
CO2
Compare and contrast the common algorithm for both preemptive and non-preemptive task in OS such as FCFS, SJF, Priority, RR scheduling, differentiate between process and thread, various threading issues, cite the various approach to solve the problem of mutual exclusion related to critical regions.
CO3
Analyze the concept of deadlock in Operating systems, how they can be managed and avoided through the implementation of Banker’s algorithm and resource request algorithm and also cite different methods involved in recovery form deadlock.
CO4
Learn how virtual memory is used and describe the operation of memory management unit, also define various page replacement strategies like FIFO, LRU, Optimal, also able to analyse the use of demand paging and segmentation.
CO5
Analyze various issues related to file system such as structure, access method, efficiency, performance, directory structure and its implementation.
CO6
Familiar with various approach of free space management and apply the knowledge to implement disk scheduling algorithms such as SSTF, LOOK, SCAN, C-LOOK, C-SCAN and also illustrating the overview of I/O hardware application, I/O interface, kernel I/O subsystem.
Power Electronics Lab
CO1
Relate basic semiconductor physics to properties of power devices, and combine circuit
mathematics and characteristics of linear and non‐linear devices.
CO2
To introduce power electronics components from which thecharacteristics of SCR, TRIAC, IGBT and MOSFET are obtained.
CO3
Ability to examine Cyclo-Converter and calculate harmonics.
CO4
Set up power electronics circuits and analyze their operation under different loading conditions
CO5
Ability to examine Converter & Inverter operation.
CO6
Analyze and examine the performance of three phase VSI with PWM control.
Microprocessor & Microcontroller Lab
CO1
Understand and apply the fundamentals of assembly level programming
of microprocessors and microcontroller
CO2
Work with standard microprocessor real time interfaces including GPIO,
serial ports, digital-to-analog converters and analog-to-digital converters
CO3
programming of microprocessor 8085
CO4
programming of microprocessor 8086
CO5
Programmable Peripheral Interface-8255.
CO6
programming of microcontroller 8051
Digital signal Processing Lab
CO1
understand various fourier tools
CO2
Design a FIR filter and utilize its applications
CO3
Design a IIR filter and utilize its application
CO4
Write code for image registration in MATLAB
CO5
Explain mutual coorelation and write in MATLAB
CO6
Cross correlation design and filter analysis with matlab codes
Advance Lab - I LaB
CO1
Ability to numerically simulate linear and non-linear ordinary differential equations and deterministic systems. 
CO2
Ability to estimate and validate a model based upon input and output data.
CO3
To simulate and analyze Controlled and Uncontrolled Rectifiers
CO4
To simulate and analyze D.C. Resonance
CO5
To simulate and analyze A.C. Resonance
CO6
Ability to numerically simulate first order systems. 
ED
CO1
Study the different braking operations of dc motor and learn different speed control methods and Its application.
CO2
Learn traction drives and factors affecting the coefficient of adhesion and calculation of tractive Effort and specific energy calculation.
CO3
Study theapplication of dc and ac motors in industries.
CO4
Develop  knowledge on how to design the speed control and current control loops of a DC Motor drive.
CO5
 Learn about various AC machines used in drives. 
CO6
Understand efficient control strategies, optimal selection, sizing, operation of variable speed drives.
PSOC
CO1
To explain the terms related with power system operation and to explain various methods of load forecasting
CO2
To enable the students to analyze Economic dispatch of thermal units and methods
of solution, Unit commitment- Solution methods
CO3
To impart the knowledge of automatic generation control and automatic voltage
regulation
CO4
An understanding of interchange of power and energy- Economy interchange between
interconnected utilities
CO5
analysis   Power system tabilty -factors affecting power system stabilty
in multi- machine system
CO6
Create awareness of Power system security -factors affecting power system security - contingency analysis
FACTS
CO1
Understand the importance of controllable parameters and benefits of FACTS controllers.
CO2
To explain the necessity and various types of FACTS controllers 
CO3
To analyze TCSC and GCSC
CO4
To develop model of SVC and describe the applications SVC
CO5
To develop the modeling and analyze the voltage source converter based FACTS controllers.
CO6
To describe the coordination between the various FACTS controllers
CE
CO1
Student will be able to acquire basic knowledge on the working of communication system
CO2
Student will be able to acquire basic knowledge on the working of channel modeling
CO3
Student will be able to acquire basic knowledge on the working of filters
CO4
Student will be able to do modulation and multiplexing
CO5
Student will be able to understand the transmitter and receiver characteristics
CO6
Student will be able to design efficient filters                
ES&E
CO1
Students will be able to know the fundamental knowledge of environment and environmental pollution due to engineering and technological activities and general measures to control them.
CO2
Student will be able to know the waste material converted to useful material ,procedure for recycling and reuse.
CO3
Develop an understanding of different natural resources including renewable resources .
CO4
Student will be able to realize the importance of ecosystem and biodiversity for maintaining ecological balance.
CO5
Student will be able to convey a clear idea of indisciplinary nature of environment and health risk assessment .
CO6
Student will be able to Aware of important acts and laws in respect of environment.
DCCN( MINOR)
CO1
Analyze basic terminology of data communication and the conversion of signals like digital-to-digital using the concept of line coding.
CO2
Analyze all functions of OSI reference model layers and can compare with all layers of TCP/IP reference model.
CO3
Utilize guided transmission media to design LAN network and can compare circuit switching with packet switching.
CO4
Evaluate error detection and correction using Hamming code, CRC, Checksum and can differentiate protocols Stop-and-Wait ARQ, Go-and-Back ARQ and Selective repeat ARQ for flow and error control mechanism.
CO5
Differentiate Random Access, Controlled Access and Channelization for multiple accesses and utilize the wireless networking concepts to evaluate IP address.
CO6
Describe the concept of Host to Host Delivery and Process to Process Delivery.
PSOC LAB
CO1
Ability to estimate and validate a transients and Sub-transient Characterisatics.
CO2
Ability to determine & examine sequence of alternators
CO3
Ability to determine & examine fault sequence of alternators
CO4
Ability to simulate and analyze Power system Relays
CO5
Examine and operate Load flow analysis and Y-Bus Simulations
CO6
Describe the analysis of load management, conservation of energy, power factor Improvement methods, energy efficient motors
CE LAB
CO1
Analyze simulation results and effective documentation
CO2
Acquire expertise in usage of modern tools
CO3
 Exhibit professional behavior
CO4
Analyze, design and implement solution methodologies
CO5
Use Filter implementation techniques and explain numerical round-off effects.
CO6
Apply modern engineering tools for solution
CE
CO1
Student will be able to acquire basic knowledge on the working of communication system
CO2
Student will be able to acquire basic knowledge on the working of channel modeling
CO3
Student will be able to acquire basic knowledge on the working of filters
CO4
Student will be able to understand modulation and multiplexing
CO5
Student will be able to understand the transmitter and receiver characteristics
CO6
Student will be able to understand the principles of filters
CSE-II
CO1
Learn the characteristics of nonlinear systems and common types of nonlinearities
CO2
Analyze the behavior of nonlinear systems using both phase plane and describing function methods
CO3
Acquire the knowledge of fundamentals and design procedures of deadbeat controllers for digital control system.
CO4
Understand application of Laplace and Z-transforms and its correlation for digital control system.
CO5
Design state feedback controllers
CO6
To understand the basic principles and modeling of digital control system in transfer function and state-space domain.
SC
CO1
understand of various soft-computing and the applications of these models to solve  engineering problems    
CO2
Understand the  application of fuzzy logic and its appliaction in engineering
CO3
Understanding of various application of  neural network  and its application
CO4
Understand perceptrons and counter propagation networks.
CO5
Evaluate and compare solutions by various soft computing approaches for a given problem.
CO6
Effectively use existing software tools to solve real problems using a soft computing approach
SGPD
CO1
Acquire the knowledge of various abnormal conditions that could occur in power system.
CO2
Design various protective devices in power system for protecting equipment and personnel.
CO3
Know of various types of existing circuit breakers, their design and constructional details.
CO4
Know of various conventional relays and their design.
CO5
Analyse different kind of ground fault in three phase system.
CO6
Acquire knowledge about different zones of protection and their application.
IOT
CO1
Understand the application areas of IOT
CO2
Interpret the vision of IoT from a global context and determine the Market perspective of IoT.
CO3
Realize the revolution of Internet in Mobile Devices, Cloud & Sensor Networks
CO4
Understand building blocks of Internet of Things and characteristics.
CO5
Design some IOT based prototypes
CO6
Illustrate the application of IoT in Industrial Automation and identify Real World Design Constraints
CNS
CO1
Classifythe symmetric encryption techniques
CO2
Illustrate various Public key cryptographic techniques
CO3
Evaluate the authentication and hash algorithms.
CO4
Discuss authentication applications
CO5
Summarize the intrusion detection and its solutions to overcome the attacks.
CO6
 Basic concepts of system level security
SOFT SKILL
CO1
To distinguish fact from opinion, belief, and unsupported claims.
CO2
recognise the importance of interpersonal skills
CO3
outline the roles we play in our work groups and teams.
CO4
describe how good communication with other can influence our working relationships
CO5
 demonstrating clear briefing and listening skills, not being afraid to ask for help and support when necessary
CO6
developing self-motivation, raised aspirations and belief in one’s own abilities, defining and committing to achieving one’s goals
PSEE
CO1
Formulate and measure the Construction cost, Fixed Cost, Fuel Cost through Economic Scheduling principle for economic installation of power plant through the study of Load Duration Curves and Load Factors for better understanding of economics of power generation. The student will also identify the different sources of energy and the Indian Energy scenario.
CO2
Apply knowledge of constructional details and working principle of Hydro Electric Power Plant and identify the essential components the power plant.
CO3
Apply knowledge of constructional details and working principle of Thermal Power Plant and identify the essential components the power plant.
CO4
Apply knowledge of constructional details and working principle of IC Engine Power Plants i.e. Gas Turbine Power Plants & Diesel Engine Power
CO5
Apply knowledge of constructional details and working principle of Nuclear Power Plant and identify the essential components the power plant.
CO6
Understand of interchange of power and energy- Economy interchange between interconnected utilities
EPQ
CO1
 To introduce to students the term and definition of power quality disturbances, and their causes, detrimental effects and solutions
CO2
 Understand the causes of power quality problems and relate them to equipment.
CO3
Understand the harmonic sources, passive filters, active filters and standards.
CO4
To know the power quality monitoring method and equipments 
CO5
Develop the ability to analyze the measured data
CO6
Acquire knowledge on Power Quality issues
PSP
CO1
Acquire the knowledge of various abnormal conditions that could occur in power system.
CO2
Design various protective devices in power system for protecting equipment and personnel
CO3
Understand various types of existing circuit breakers, their design and constructional details.
CO4
Understand various conventional relays, their design and latest developments.
CO5
 Get knowledge of standards and specifications related to power system protection
CO6
Identify Rotor, Stator Faults, inter turn faults and their protection
II
CO1
Sample continuous-time systems to get discrete-time systems
CO2
Design discrete control systems via pole placement
CO3
Analyze discrete control systems using z-transforms
CO4
Design observers for discrete control systems
CO5
Analyze stability of discrete control systems
CO6
Describe encoding, fitness function, reproduction, genetic operators, cross over mutation and convergence of genetic algorithm
SCS
Discover potential research areas in the field of  mechanical engineering
CO2
Conduct a survey of several available literature in the preferred field of study 
CO3
Compare and contrast the several existing solutions for research challenge
CO4
Demonstrate an ability to work in teams and manage the conduct of the research study
CO5
Formulate and propose a plan for creating a solution for the research plan identified 
CO6
To report and present the findings of the study conducted in the preferred domain

Achievements

UNIVERSITY RANKSThe First Batch of Civil Engineering (2009-2013) have passed out with 3 ANNA UNIVERSITY RANKS.PLACEMENT & HIGHER STUDIESMost of the students are placed in MNC's, Construction Industries and a few others are pursuing higher studies both in India and abroad.AWARD Dr. M.Kaarmegam, Professor & Dean in Civil Engineering Department was awarded as "Eminent Engineer" by the Association of Consulting Civil Engineers, India.