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Introduction

Mechanical Engineers need solid understanding of the original concepts of mechanics, thermodynamics and heat transfer, kinematics, energy system, manufacturing, Materials Engineering and Computer Aided Design(CAD). This broad and flexible program allows students to customize their programs to meet their objectives and particular career goal.

The department of Mechanical Engg. In GIET has team of highly qualified and experienced faculties from the institutes of national repute. There are course oriented laborites where the students do experimental work leading to a better understanding of physical situations.

Besides, the department has also provided pro E and Ansys software in its labs. The mission of the Department is to establish itself as a centre of excellence in the field of Mechanical Engineering, through innovative teaching learning methods, intensive CAD/CAM short term programs, INSTITUTE INDUSTRY partnerships, and carrying on projects on Mechanical Engineering. The well equipped laboratories, dedicated, qualified and committed faculty and supporting staff form the core of the branch. The dept. of mechanical Engineering provides a good placement opportunities both inside of state and various states across india.

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

PEO-1 : To pursue successful professional career in Mechanical Engineering with sound technical and managerial capabilities.

PEO-2 : To pursue Mechanical engineering profession with good communication skills, leadership qualities, team spirit and professional ethics to meet the needs of the society.

PEO-3 : To sustain an desire for continuous learning by pursuing higher education and research in the area of Mechanical Engineering.

 

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES

v  Engineering Graduates will be able to:

1. Engineering knowledge: Apply knowledge of mechanical engineering rudiments to the solution of engineering problems.

2. Design/development of solutions: Review literature and analyze mechanical engineering problems to design and conduct experiments, analyze and construe data.

3. Design/development of solutions: Analysis of mechanical engineering problems and design the structure component of processes that convene the requirement with appropriate consideration for the public health and security, and the intellectual, societal and the ecological considerations.

4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Investigation based on mechanical knowledge and research, including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to supply permissible conclusions in mechanical engineering.

5. Modern tool usage: Generate, select, and pertain suitable techniques, resources, and current engineering and simulation tools including calculation and modeling to mechanical engineering activities.

6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning conversant to assess societal, health, safety, legal and intellectual issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to mechanical engineering practice.

7. Environment and sustainability: Identification of the impact of mechanical engineering solutions in societal and ecological contexts, and exhibit the knowledge and need for sustainable enlargement.

8. Ethics: Relevancy of ethical principles and consign to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the mechanical engineering practice.

9. Individual and team work: Working effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in various teams, and in multidisciplinary settings in mechanical engineering.

10. Communication: Communication on complex engineering activities with the engineering team for the society, such as, being able to understand and write effective reports and design documentation, make effectual presentations in mechanical engineering.

11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge & indulgent of the mechanical engineering and management principles and pertain these to one’s own occupation, as a member and leader in a team, to supervise projects and in multidisciplinary environments in mechanical engineering.

12. Life-long learning: Identification of the need, preparation and ability to engage in independent research and lifelong learning in the broadest challenge of technological changes in mechanical engineering.

 

Program Specific Outcome:

 

PSO-1 : To use computer aided design and simulation tools to provide solutions to mechanical engineering problems.

PSO-2 : To develop and implement a process in a well designed manner leading to a comprehensible career.

PSO-3 : To apply engineering knowledge, critical thinking and problem solving skills in professional engineering practice.

Lab Facility

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

1. WORKSHOP PRACTICE LAB

2. MATERIAL TESTING LAB

3. INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE LAB

4. FLUID MECHANICS & HYDRAULIC MACHINES LAB

5. AUTOMOBILE LAB

6. PRODUCTION LAB

7. REFRIGERATION & AIR-CONDITIONING LAB

8. HEAT TRANSFER LAB

9. CAD/CAM LAB

10. MEASUREMENTS & METROLOGY LAB

11. MACHINE DYNAMICS LAB

12. ENGINEERING GRAPHICS LAB

13. PROJECT LABORATORY

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 be recognized for quality education and research leading to well skilled mechanical engineers, who are to gratify the ever changing industrial demands and social requirements.

Mission

v  To offer a platform to the students towards attaining quality education in Mechanical Engineering.

v  To educate students about professional & ethical responsibilities and guide them to build leadership and entrepreneurship qualities for their career development.

v  To generate opportunities and channel students in acquiring career oriented jobs in the field of Mechanical Engineering.

v  To develop platforms with exceptional R&D activities for quality in teaching, research and consultancy practices.

 

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 Get the knowldge to solve elctrical circuits by applying network  theorems 
CO2 Analyze of Single Phase and Three phase  AC Circuits, the
representation of  alternating  quantities and determining the power in these circuits
CO3 acquire knowledge oF magnetic circuits and its characteristics
CO4 Acquire knowledge about the fundamental  principles and classification of electromagnetic
machines
CO5 :Acquire knowledge about the constructional details and principle of operation
of dc machines
CO6 Perform experiments to calculate voltage, current and power of load with different supplies.
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 Get the knowldge to solve elctrical circuits by applying network  theorems 
CO2 Analyze of Single Phase and Three phase  AC Circuits, the
representation of  alternating  quantities and determining the power in these circuits
CO3 acquire knowledge oF magnetic circuits and its characteristics
CO4 Acquire knowledge about the fundamental  principles and classification of electromagnetic
machines
CO5 :Acquire knowledge about the constructional details and principle of operation
of dc machines
CO6 Perform experiments 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.
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
Mechanics of Solids CO1 Describe force systems and to compute geometrical properties
CO2 Classify materials and characterize them
CO3 Analyze various structural elements subjected to different types of force systems
CO4 Compute stresses & strains for structural elements
CO5 Conduct experiment, infer and report outcomes
CO6 Compute the failures in cylinders and spheres
Engg. Thermodynamics CO1 Understanding the concepts such as conservation of mass, conservation of energy, work interaction, heat transfer and first law of thermodynamics.
CO2 Identify closed and open systems and analyze related problems
CO3 Apply the concept of second law to design simple systems
CO4 Analyze the performance of gas and vapor power cycles
CO5 Identify methods to improve thermodynamic performance
CO6 Demonstrate the importance of phase change diagrams of various pure substances
Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulics Machines CO1 To provide the students with a solid foundation in fluid flow principles
CO2 To provide the students knowledge in calculating performance analysis in turbines and pumps and can be used in power plants
CO3 Students can be able to understand to analyze practical problems in all power plants and chemical industries
CO4 Analyze a variety of practical fluid-flow devices and utilize fluid mechanics principles in design
CO5 Given the required flow rate and pressure rise, select the proper pump to optimize the pumping efficiency
CO6 To provide exposure to modern computational techniques in fluid dynamics
Kinematics & DynamicsMachines CO1 Students will be able to understand about the kinematics and dynamic of different machines.
CO2 Students will be able to understand about link, joint , pair & DOF
CO3 Students will be able to understand different types of mechanics and their inversions
CO4 Students will be able to understand about gear trains and combined static & Inertia force analysis. 
CO5 Students will be able to understand screw jack and pendulums.
CO6 Students will be able to understand about different type of brakes and dynamometer
Introduction to Physical Metallurgy &Engg Materials CO1 Understand the geometry and crystallography of crystalline materials using Bravais lattices and Miller Indices
CO2 Understand Different engineering materials technology and understand each stage of the materials cycle, material selection criteria
CO3 Differentiate the four major families of materials and write the electron configuration for most elements.
CO4 Select processing technologies for synthesizing and fabricating different materials
CO5 Understand  the basic crystal structures (BCC, FCC, and HCP), recognize other crystal structures, and determine material microstructure using microscopes
CO6 Analyse the microstructure of iron and steels using phase diagram and modify the microstructure and properties using different heat treatments
Engineering Economics 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.
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
Mechanics of Solids Lab CO1 Determine the youngs modulus for ductile materials. 
CO2 Appraise the students with the use of testing machines
CO3 Determine the torsion in circular members and springs.
CO4 Calculate & Compare the hardness values for various materials. 
CO5 Apply the concept of impact loading and to determine impa
ct values for various materials
CO6 Analyze the compression strength of different materials
Engg. Thermodynamics Lab CO1 To provide the students with a solid foundation in fluid flow principles
CO2 To provide the students’ knowledge in calculating performance analysis in turbines and pumps and can be used in power plants
CO3 Students can be able to understand to analyze practical problems in all power plants and chemical industries
CO4 Analyze a variety of practical fluid-flow devices and utilize fluid mechanics principles in design
CO5 Given the required flow rate and pressure rise, select the proper pump to optimize the pumping efficiency
CO6 To provide exposure to modern computational techniques in fluid dynamics
Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulics Machines Lab CO1 To provide the students with a solid foundation in fluid flow principles
CO2 To provide the students’ knowledge in calculating performance analysis in turbines and pumps and can be used in power plants
CO3 Students can be able to understand to analyze practical problems in all power plants and chemical industries
CO4 Analyze a variety of practical fluid-flow devices and utilize fluid mechanics principles in design
CO5 Given the required flow rate and pressure rise, select the proper pump to optimize the pumping efficiency
CO6 To provide exposure to modern computational techniques in fluid dynamics
Kinematics & Dynamics Machines Lab CO1 Students will be able to create a slider crank mechanism
CO2 Students will be able to create a simple pendulum and do the analysis.
CO3 Students will be able to understand about the different type of gears and gear trains.
CO4 Students will be able to analyze the function of screw jack and dynamo.
CO5 Students will be able to understand about Tri-filar & Bi-filar system.
CO6 Students will be able to understand journal bearing apparatus
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.
MM CO1 Students will be able to understand the dynamics of machine parts
CO2 Students will be able to understand about the Turning moment diagram and flywheel and also their applications
CO3 Students will be able to understand different types of Governors and Gyroscopes
CO4 Students will be able to understand balancing of rotating masses.
CO5 Students will be able to understand about the vibration and their effects
CO6 Students will be able to understand how to minimize the vibration by adopting suitable mechanisms.
BMP CO1 Understand the basic ideas of casting processes
CO2 Understand the basic ideas of forming processes
CO3 Understand the basic ideas of welding processes
CO4 Understand the basic ideas of press tool works
CO5 Understand the basic ideas of powder metallurgy
CO6 Able to understand which welding process is required for which joint
ICEGT CO1 Differentiate among different internal combustion engine designs and their performances
CO2 Recognize and understand reasons for differences among operating characteristics of different engine types and designs
CO3 Given an engine design specification, predict performance and fuel economy trends with good accuracy
CO4 Based on an in-depth analysis of the combustion process, predict concentrations of primary exhaust pollutants.
CO5 Develop skills to run engine dynamometer experiments.
CO6 Develop an ability to optimize future engine.
MMMR LAB CO1 Classify various types of static characteristics and types of errors occurring in the system
CO2 Classify and select proper measuring instrument for linear and angular displacement
CO3 Classify and select proper measuring instrument for pressure and temperature measurement
CO4 Design mathematical model of system/process for standard input responses
CO5 Analyze error and differentiate various types of control systems and time domain specifications
CO6 Conceptualise and design instrumentation methods for complex electro-mechanical systems through synthesis of information and instrumentation system modelling.
OB 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
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
MM Lab CO1 Students will be able to understand Davis Steering Gear & Ackermann Steering Gear
CO2 Students will be able to understand spring loaded governors.
CO3 Students will be able to understand critical speed of rotating shaft
CO4 Students will be able to understand static and dynamic balancing apparatus.
CO5 Students will be able to understand cam analysis.
CO6 Students will be able to understand evaluation of damping in a vibration system
BMP Lab CO1 Understand the basic ideas of casting processes
CO2 Analyze the thermal, metallurgical aspects during solidification in casting
CO3 Analyze the thermal, metallurgical aspects during welding and their role on quality of cast or weld objects. 
CO4 Design the gating and riser system needed for casting and requirements to achieve defect free casting
CO5 To understand the basic geometry of pattern making and their application.
CO6 Analyze the welding process behavior for common and newer welding techniques
ICEGT Lab CO1 Differentiate among different internal combustion engine designs and their performances
CO2 Recognize and understand reasons for differences among operating characteristics of different engine types and designs
CO3 Given an engine design specification, predict performance and fuel economy trends with good accuracy.
CO4 Based on an in-depth analysis of the combustion process, predict concentrations of primary exhaust pollutants
CO5 Develop skills to run engine dynamometer experiments
CO6 Develop an ability to optimize future engine.
MMMR CO1 Classify various types of static characteristics and types of errors occurring in the system.
CO2 Classify and select proper measuring instrument for linear and angular displacement
CO3 Classify and select proper measuring instrument for pressure and temperature measurement
CO4 Design mathematical model of system/process for standard input responses
CO5 Analyze error and differentiate various types of control systems and time domain specifications
CO6 Conceptualise and design instrumentation methods for complex electro-mechanical systems through synthesis of information and instrumentation system modelling.
Design of Machine Elements CO1 Demonstrate knowledge on basic machine elements used in machine design; 
CO2 Design  machine elements to withstand the loads and deformations for a given application, while considering additional specifications
CO3 Able to approach a design problem successfully by application of different approach.
CO4 Design and analyze Mechanical multiple-element arrangements
CO5 Design and develop the appropriate element for each application. 
CO6 Ability and design of different elements according to required dimensions.
Machining Science & Technology CO1  Application of cutting mechanics to machining of metals based on cutting force and power consumptions.
CO2 Selection of suitable cutting tool materials and tool geometries for machining of different types of metals and selection of optimum parameters for the respective machining process.
CO3 Understand the chip formation, mechanism of tool life and ability to measure tool life, tool wear
CO4 Categorized the various unconventional manufacturing process based on energy sources and mechanism employed 
CO5 Summarizes the merits and demerits of the non-traditional manufacturing process
CO6 understand requirements to achieve maximum material removal rate and best quality of machined surface while machining various industrial engineering materials
Heat Transfer CO1 Understand and solve conduction, convection and radiation problems
CO2 Design and analyze the performance of heat exchangers such as condenser and evaporators
CO3 Design and analyze reactor heating and cooling systems
CO4 Work in heat treatment plants
CO5 Conduct experiment, infer and report outcomes
CO6 Perceive the relevant transport phenomena
Project Management CO1 Understand the project, the process & the manager
CO2 Motivating the project management team
CO3 Practical tools and techniques
CO4 Stages of the process to use them
CO5 Giving effective feedback
CO6 Moving projects on to a successful outcome
Marketing Management CO1 To train and apply concepts and techniques in marketing so that they become acquainted with the duties of a marketing manager
CO2 Students will be exposed to the development, evaluation, and implementation of marketing management in a variety of business environments.
CO3 Students able to acquired analytical skills in solving marketing related problems and challenges and be familiar with the strategic marketing management process.
CO4 Develop an ability to understand and develop the marketing mix for an organisation
CO5 Develop an ability to assess the impact of the environment on marketing function
CO6 Should be able to develop suitable marketing strategies in light of the environment
Operating System CO1 To understand scheduling of processes with implementation mechanisms
CO2 To analyze process coordination , synchronization and critical section problems
CO3 To evaluate the performance of paging and segmentation
CO4 To understand application of I/O interface as well as I/O subsystem
CO5 To evaluate the performance of demand paging with replacement techniques
CO6 To understand the virtualization and hypervisor concepts
Design of Machine Elements Lab CO1 Demonstrate knowledge on basic machine elements used in machine design by layout
CO2 Design machine elements by giving a diagrammatic view
CO3 Be able to approach a design on drawing sheet with specific dimensions
CO4 Be able to find a final sketch of design part before production.
CO5 Be able to develop the design part by finding error in design output.
CO6 Practically able to design of different elements according to required dimensions.
Machining Science & Technology Lab CO1 Perform job on lathe with tapper turning, thread cutting, knurling and groove cutting
CO2 Able to find out cutting force using Lathe tool dynamometer
CO3 Perform gear cutting (with index head) on milling machine
CO4 Perform work on shaper, Planner,slotting machine, surface and cylindrical grinding.
CO5 Basic idea of Non-traditional machining processes.(USM, AJM, EDM, ECM)
CO6 Able to write the programming to control and operate nc and cnc machines.
Heat Transfer Lab CO1 Understand and solve conduction, convection and radiation problems
CO2 Design and analyze the performance of heat exchangers such as condenser and evaporators
CO3 Design and analyze reactor heating and cooling systems
CO4 Work in heat treatment plants
CO5 Conduct experiment, infer and report outcomes
CO6 Perceive the relevant transport phenomena
Advance Lab CO1 Students will become familiar with Auto Cad two dimensional drawing.
CO2 Students will be able to draw orthographic projections and sections.
CO3 Students ability to produce engineered drawings will improve.
CO4 Learn to take data and transform it into graphic drawings.
CO5 Students will develop good communication skills and team work.
CO6 Students will develop a design  idea to prepare a project in final-year.
POM CO1 Understand the production process with service operation
CO2 Motivating the production management team
CO3 Analysing forecasting of production system
CO4 Which stages of the process to use them
CO5 Giving effective feedback
CO6  Moving production and operation management on to a successful outcome.
RAC CO1 Understand the basic concepts of refrigeration and air conditioning systems 
CO2 Understand and analysis of various refrigeration cycles  
CO3 Make basic calculation of psychometric properties and process
CO4 Do basic calculations of heating and cooling load requirements of a room
CO5 Apply scientific and engineering principles to analyze and design aspects of engineering systems that relate to refrigeration and air conditioning
CO6 Use P-h, T-S and Psychrometric charts to solve refrigeration and Air conditioning design problems
PDPT CO1 Illustrate production planning functions and manage manufacturing functions in a better way.
CO2 Illustrate Product Design,design considerations, planning,development.
CO3 Design principles of forming processes
CO4 Drawings and setup for economic production of sheet metal components.
CO5 Role of computer in product design
CO6 Design assembly of jigs and fixtures on simple work-piece
NCES CO1 Students will be able to understand about the difference between renewable and nonrenewable energy sources
CO2 Students will be able to understand different types of forms available to use as an nonrenewable energy sources
CO3 Students will be able to understand about the solar radiation and how to analyse the day length.
CO4 Students will be able to understand about the different solar applications.
CO5 Students will be able to understand about the wind and Tidal energy
CO6 Students will be able to understand about the biomass, biogas and their applications
ESE 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.
CNDC (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.
RAC Lab CO1 Understand the basic concepts of refrigeration and air conditioning systems 
CO2 Understand and analysis of various refrigeration cycles  
CO3 Make basic calculation of psychometric properties and process
CO4 Do basic calculations of heating and cooling load requirements of a room
CO5 Apply scientific and engineering principles to analyze and design aspects of engineering systems that relate to refrigeration and air conditioning
CO6 Use P-h, T-S and Psychrometric charts to solve refrigeration and Air conditioning design problems
POM Lab CO1 Understand the production process with service operation
CO2 Motivating the production management team
CO3 Analysing forecasting of production system
CO4 Which stages of the process to use them
CO5 Giving effective feedback
CO6  Moving production and operation management on to a successful outcome.
Mechanical Vibration CO1 To be learned fundamental information about vibration phenomenon, to be gained skills of modeling of vibration problems
CO2 To establishes relationship between real system and physical model of vibration.
CO3 Experience in solution of mathematical model and to be interpreted of its results.
CO4 Ability to work in different industry for checking its sustainability and creep life due to vibration
CO5 To be having general information about definition and finding remedy of the vibration problems encountered in machineries.
CO6 Able to implement it in final year project.
Robotics CO1 Knowledge in various robot structures and their workspace.
CO2 Develop student’s skills in perform kinematics analysis of robot systems
CO3 Apply motion of end effector from one position to another position by means of D-H matrix.
CO4 Obtain basic idea on working principle of various actuators and sensors
CO5 Be able to do the path planning for a robotic system
CO6 Apply robot for various applications in manufacturing.
IPR CO1 Students will be able to understand the basics of the four primary forms of intellectual property rights
CO2 Students will be able to compare and contrast the different forms of intellectual property protection in terms of their key differences and similarities.
CO3 Students will be able to know what the importance of these rights is and how to do the registrations for getting the benefits of the laws
CO4 Be familiar with intellectual property protection mechanisms and where to begin researching transactional documents, including past applications, pursuing or outlining intellectual property protection
CO5 Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the litigation system with respect to intellectual property enforcement.
CO6 Demonstrate knowledge and understanding regarding the different roles that state and federal law play in the intellectual property law process
Soft Computing CO1 To understand of soft-computing and the applications for  Engineering problems                    
CO2 To understand fuzzy logic and its applications in Engineering
CO3 Implementation of applications of neural network in real world
CO4 To understand counter propagation network along with perceptron
CO5 To evaluate soft computing approaches to specific problems
CO6 To analyze existing tools associated with soft computing for generalized problems
Cryptography & Network Security CO1 Classifythe symmetric encryption techniques
CO2 0............
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
Seminar Lab CO1 Understand the principles of engineering
CO2 Identify, understand and discuss current, real-world issues.
CO3 Distinguish and integrate differing forms of knowledge and academic disciplinary approaches
CO4 Improve oral and written communication skills.
CO5 Explore an appreciation of the self in relation to its larger diverse social and academic contexts
CO6 Apply principles of ethics and respect in interaction with others.
Minor Project CO1 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
Mechatronics & MEMs CO1 Develop a simulation model for simple physical systems and explain mechatronics design process
CO2 Outline appropriate sensors and actuators for an engineering application
CO3 Write simple microcontroller programs
CO4 Explain linearization of nonlinear systems and elements of data acquisition
CO5 Explain various applications of design of mechatronic systems
CO6 Implement it in final year project

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.