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Introduction

The Department of Civil Engineering was started with intake strength of 60 students in the academic year 2010. Intake was enhanced to 120 in the academic year 2012. Post graduate program in Structural Engineering was started in the academic year 2013. The department is having well qualified, experienced and dedicated faculty and committed supporting staff members in diversified field of specialization. The faculty members are assigned with various theory subjects and prepare course plans using the standard format provided by the institute with emphasis on innovative thinking and learning of the students. The instructional or lecture delivery of the faculty will be through a set of educational techniques / tools opted by the faculty. The lectures lay emphasis on course content, utility value, real life examples and latest developments in the field of Civil Engineering. The department provides value added courses like Auto-Cad, Stadd-Pro for students to learn about planning, design and detailing of Civil Engineering structures. The Laboratories of the department are well equipped with advanced and sophisticated instruments, to fully satisfy the training needs of the students and to meet the research and consultancy activities of the department. The department conducts industrial visits, national seminars, expert talks and advanced training programmes in the various fields of civil engineering. Civil Engineering Society has been established so that the students can take part in these association activities to enrich their technical knowledge and also improve their confidence level through addressing, gathering, group discussions. The department offers extensive consultancy services like testing of building materials for many private organizations. The department is having an Alumni Association for the pass out students. .

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

PEO-1 : To understand a high level of technical expertise to shine in higher education / profession,knowledge in design and drawing and engineering fundation.

PEO-2 : To continue learning through graduate or other professional education and obtaining licensure where as useful.

PEO-3 : To orientalize, multidisciplinary open-ended engineering activities considering the socialized and economic impacts of engineering decisions, and the professional and ethical responsibilities of civil engineers as a team.

 

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES

v  Engineering Graduates will be able to:

1. Engineering knowledge: A graduate will determine a fundamental understanding of the basic sciences, mathematics and engineering concepts by employ them to engineering problems of varying degrees of complexity.

2. Design/development of solutions: The graduates will be able to Identify, develop, review research literature, and analitical & complex engineering problems reaching substantive conclusions using first principles of mathematics and engineering sciences.

3. Design/development of solutions: The graduates will be able to understand problem recognition, formulations, and can conduct experiments by analysis and interpreting the data.

4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: A graduate will be efficient in applying systematic rigor to understanding an engineering problem, exploring its background, investigating possible solution modes and comparing their merits and demerits.

5. Modern tool usage: The graduates will come to know the application of modern tools such as different computer software, modern instrumentation for understanding the limitations of engineering activities and also for the modeling and design of engineering systems.

6. The engineer and society: Adapt transform in industry by understanding the need of libarted and enduring training.

7. Environment and sustainability: The graduates will be able to understand the infuence of the professional design solutions in societal and environmental situation, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for continous development.

8. Ethics: The graduates will be able to design a system, component, or process to meet desirable needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability and sustainability.

9. Individual and team work: The graduates will be able to demonstrate leadership and commitment to team work and initiative to ethically advance professional and organizational goals, facilitate the achievements of others, and obtain substantive results.

10. Communication: The graduates will be able to make effective communication in oral, written, graphical forms with confidence.

11. Project management and finance: The graduates will be able to function as a representative or a manager on engineering and science laboratory teams, as well as on multidisciplinary teams.

12. Life-long learning: The graduates will able to demonstrate civil engineering project administration ethics and apply them to manage/complete within the stipulated period.

 

Program Specific Outcome:

 

PSO-1 : To compete in critical thinking and problem solving of civil engineering field that requires analytical and design requirements.

PSO-2 : The knack to recognize the need of the hour like housing, sanitation, waste management, irrigation, use of renewable energy etc. for a sustainable environment.

PSO-3 : To satiate an attitude in the graduates for research and development and with an iclination of lifelong learning.

Lab Facility

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

1. Transportation Engineering Lab

2. Concrete Lab

3. Geotechnical Lab

4. Material Testing Lab

5. Environmental Engineering Lab

6. Survey 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 become a school of virtue that brings out civil engineers with high technically expertise and promotes high-end research to meet the current and future challenges in civil engineering.

Mission

v  To innovate and integrates the ideas and technology across the public, private, and academic sectors.

v  To develop moral and ethical values among the students.

v  To strengthen students to pursue higher education and take competitive exams and various career reinforceing courses.

v  To inspire the leaders of tomorrow to take on the challenge of invention and sustaining & built environment that underpins our society.

 

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 Explain the properties of plain concrete, reinforced concrete, prestressed concrete
CO3 Relate linear measurement, angle measurement
CO4 Describe 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.
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
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
construction technology CO1 Identify the materials used to make concrete; including their sources, production and properties
CO2 Describe and carry out tests relevant to the use of fresh and hardened concrete
CO3 To design concrete mixtures with and without admixtures
CO4 Classify the different types of concrete based on their applications
CO5 explanation of various construction eqipments.
CO6 details about work safety.
survey -I CO1 Calculate angles, distances and levels
CO2 Identify data collection methods and prepare field notes
CO3 Understand the working principles of survey instruments
CO4 Estimate measurement errors and apply corrections
CO5 Interpret survey data and compute areas and volumes
CO6 Theodolite survey and application
geotechnical enggineering CO1 Define and differentiate all properties of soils
CO2 Explain the procedure for classification of soils
CO3 Illustrate compaction and consolidation in soils
CO4 Apply stress distribution and shear strength of soils in geotechnical problems
CO5 Analyze seepage through dams
CO6 Analyze stability of slopes
engineering economic and costing 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.
mechanics of solid 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
fluid mechanics and hydraulic machines CO1 Apply conservation laws to derive governing equations of fluid flows
CO2 Compute hydrostatic and hydrodynamic forces
CO3 Analyze and design simple pipe systems
CO4 Apply principles of dimensional analysis to design experiments
CO5 Analyze a variety of practical fluid-flow devices and utilize fluid mechanics principles in design
CO6 Given the required flow rate and pressure rise, select the proper pump to optimize the pumping efficiency
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
SURVEY LAB CO1 details of various surveying instruments and details about linear measurements
CO2 details and practical knowledge  about chain surveying
CO3 details and practical knowledge  about compass surveying
CO4 details about plane table surveying by traverse section method
CO5 details about theodolite and measuring verical and angular measurement using theodolite
CO6 calculate the area of closed traverse using total station
FMHM 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.
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
DCS CO1 Design the Reinforced Concrete beams using limit state and working stress methods
CO2 Design Reinforced Concrete slabs
CO3 Design the Reinforced Concrete Columns
CO4 Design structures for serviceability
CO5 Design stair cases, canopy, retaining wall and water tanks
CO6 Design the Reinforced Concrete foundation
PAM CO1 Students will be able to identify different types of errors occuring in mathematical methods and find th emethod 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.
SA-I CO1 Compare determinate and indeterminate structures
CO2 Formulate Equilibrium and compatibility equations for structural members
CO3 Analyze indeterminate structures by force methods
CO4 Analyze redundant truss members
CO5 Analyze three hinged arches and suspension cables
CO6 Explain the influence lines for determinate structures
AMOS CO1 to understand the theory of elasticity including strain/displacement and Hooke’s law relationships
CO2 to analyze solid mechanics problems using classical methods and energy methods
CO3 to solve torsion problems in bars and thin walled members
 deflection in pavements
CO4 To solve for stresses and deflections of beams under unsymmetrical loading
CO5 Tests for fill quality control
CO6 Thin cylinder and thick cylinder
HTE  CO1 Develop concept on geometric design of pavement
CO2 Examine properties of Highway materials.
CO3 Design flexible and rigid pavements according to IRC guidelines
CO4 Acquire knowledge on traffic studies, traffic rules and regulations
CO5 Illustrate about highway construction
CO6 Explain various types of failures of pavements and there preventive measures
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  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
AMOS LAB CO1 able to understand tensile strength of material by UTM.
CO2 able to understand impact strength of material.
CO3 to determine the hardness strength of material.
CO4 able to understand rigidity modulus of material
CO5 able to understand compression or bending strength of material
CO6 able to understand estimation of spring constantunder tension and compression.
HTE LAB CO1 Able to understand to determine the aggregate crushing value of corase aggregate
CO2 Able to understand to determine the crushing value of  aggregate by los angeles abrasion test
CO3 Able to understand to determine the impact value of  aggregate 
CO4 Able to understand to determine the penetration value of bitumen.
CO5 Able to understand to determine the ductility value of bitumen
CO6 Able to understand to determine the sofetening  of asphalt bitumen
Design of steel structure CO1 Design tension members
CO2 Design beams and beam columnsDesign beams and beam columns
CO3 Design bolt and weld connections
CO4 Design built up members and column base
CO5 Design of compression member
CO6  
structural analysis -II CO1 Understand the principles of plastic analysis of determinate and indeterminate Structures
CO2 Analyze the cables and suspension bridge with stiffening girders
CO3 Understand the concept of flexibility matrix, analyzing the continuous beams and portal Frames
CO4 Understand the basic concepts of finite element method
CO5 Understand the concept of stiffness matrix, analyzing the continuous beams and portal Frames
CO6 understand kani's method, slope deflection, moment distribution methods
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
Water Resource Engineering CO1 Identify the different types of precipiation and their measurement using different methods.
CO2 Different types of hydroghaphs and its calculation to caliberate runoff.
CO3 Types of flows and their applications used in the study of different types of hydraulic structures.
CO4 Types of flood flow, flood frequency analysis to predict and estimate flood.
CO5 Design of channel routing and river training works to minimize water losses and protection of river banks.
CO6 Various discharge and velocity measurement devices for different water bodies.
water supply and sanitary engineering CO1 Analyze characteristics of water and wastewater
CO2 Design components of water supply systems
CO3 Design sewerage system
CO4 design of water supply and waste waster treatment units 
CO5 About various cause of air, water and land pollution
CO6 Estimate the quantity of drinking water and domestic wastewater generated
Design of Steel Structures lab CO1 Design of bolted connection with normal loading conditions
CO2 Design of bolted connection with eccentric loading conditions
CO3 Design of welding connections
CO4 Design of welding connections with eccentric loading and bending
CO5 Design of connections with combination of shear and bending
CO6 Design of compression member and tension member
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.
WSSE LAB CO1 measure the pH and electric conductivity of water samples
CO2 measure the hardness of the water sample and the ways to remove hardness
CO3 To calculate the total dissolved solids in the given sample
CO4 detail knowledge of MPN test
CO5 To calculate optimum coagulant dosage for treat of waste wate
CO6 to calculate the COD and BOD of the waste water sample
Advance Lab - I (Structural Engineering ) CO1 able to verify strength in an externally loaded beam with the help of sterain guage indicator.
CO2 able to study the behaviour of different types of columns and euler's buckling load theoritically
CO3 study the behaviour of portal frame under different end conditions
CO4 able to find the value of flexural rigidity for a given beam.
CO5 able to determine the deflection of a pin connected truss analytically and graphically.
CO6 able to verify the maximum reciprocal therom.
foundation engg CO1 Understand the behaviour of problematic soil
CO2 Design foundations on expansive soils
CO3 Analyse the lateral stability of piles and wells
CO4 Evaluate design parameters for dynamic loading
CO5 knowledge about sub soil exploration  and its methods
CO6 details of rock mechanics and methods of geophysical prospecting
Irrigation engg CO1 Creating Plan an Irrigation System
CO2 Analyzing irrigation canals and canal network for design
CO3 Creating Plan and design of diversion head works
CO4 Analyzing Design irrigation canal structures
CO5 Analyzing gravity and earth dams
CO6 Earthquake stability analysis of dams
Advance T.E CO1 Plan highway networks
CO2 Design highway geometrics
CO3 Design Intersections and prepare traffic management plans
CO4 Design flexible and rigid pavements
CO5 Understand the principles of construction and maintenance of highways
CO6  
ESCE 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.
FE LAB CO1 able to design  the shallow foundation.
CO2 able to design  the deep foundation.
CO3 able to design  the retaining wall .
CO4 able to find bearing capacity pile foundation and group efficiency .
CO5 able to do terzaghi's analysis and meyerhoff equations 
CO6 able to do coumb's wedge thoery approach and rebhan's and culmann's solutions
IE LAB CO1 able to do the design of different types of dams
CO2 able to do the design of different types of spill ways.
CO3 able to do the design of different types of head regulators and cross head regulators.
CO4 able to do the design of channel.
CO5 able to do the design of cross drainage work.
CO6  
DCCN 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.
PC CO1 Understand the basic properties of pre-stressed concrete constituents
CO2 Analyze the flexural behavior of simple and composite pre-stressed concrete griders
CO3 Capable to calculate pre-stress losses for simple pre-stressed concrete girders.
CO4 To acquire knowledge in knowing Analysis for stress of composite pre-stressed concrete girders for flexure using current design procedures
CO5 Able to design pre-stressed concrete members
CO6 able to calculate the deflection of the prestressed concrete beam.
structural engg lab CO1 design of simply supported RCC beam.
CO2 Fabrication and casting of simply supported RCC beam.
CO3 Testing the strength properties of simply supported RCC beam.
CO4 Testing the deflection properties of simply supported RCC beam.
CO5 determine the strength and quality properties of concrete by rebound hammer test
CO6 determine the strength and quality properties of concrete by ultra sonic pulse velocity test
material testing lab CO1 able to classify the bricks and various strength tests on bricks
CO2 able to determine fineness of cement sample
CO3 able to determine initial and final setting time of cement sample
CO4 fineness modulus of coarse and fine aggregates
CO5 to find the tensile strength of steel 
CO6 to find the strain measurements using different types of strain guages
Ground improvement Technique CO1 identify ground conditions and suggest method of improvement
CO2 design and assess the degree of improvement
CO3 understand the principles of soil reinforcement and confinement in engineering constructions
CO4 design reinforced soil structures
CO5 modern techinues of compaction
CO6 various soil testing methods
IPR CO1 to know importace of intellectual property rights 
CO2 how to sellect and evaluate trade mark
CO3 understand international copy right law
CO4 foundation of patent law, ownership rights and transfer
CO5 how to determine trade secrete status, liability for misappropriations of trade secrete
CO6 developement of intellectual property
Soft Computing 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
Cryptography and Network Security 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
Prestressed concrete CO1 Understand the basic properties of pre-stressed concrete constituents
CO2 Capable to calculate pre-stress losses for simple pre-stressed concrete girders
CO3 Analyz e stress of composite pre-stressed concrete girders for flexure using current design procedures
CO4 Able to calculate the deflection of the prestressed concrete beam.
CO5 Analyze the flexural behavior of simple and composite pre-stressed concrete girders
CO6 Able to design pre-stressed concrete members and continuous members
TETP CO1 able to understand traffic characteristics in indian conditions.
CO2 able to understand human factors governing road user behaviours
CO3 able to understand speed, journey time and delay surveys, O.D surveys, traffic flow parameters, etc.
CO4 able to understand parking types, traffic regulations and management measures.
CO5 able to understand high capacity analysis, express ways in rural areas and design of rotary intersection 
CO6 able to understand system approach to tranport planning, economic evaluation of transportation plans.
quantitative surveying and estimation CO1 To know the importance of preparing the types of estimates under different
CO2 To comprehend detailed report on estimation and valuation process
CO3 To apply logical thoughts and prepare the rate analysis and billscs
CO4 To analyze and synthesize cost effective approach for civil engineering projects
CO5 To evaluate the cost of expenditure and prepare a detailed rate analysis report
CO6 To perform the CPM and Pert analysis in the real project analysis
Environmental Impact Analysis (EA) CO1 Understanding the environmental impacts caused by different projects like contruction of dams, highway, airport, crude oil refineries, nuclear generating stations etc.
CO2 Understanding the environmental Appraisal procedure in India
CO3 Addressing the issues related to the project affecting humans, animals and climate.
CO4 To get expertise in global climate models and mathematical models for environmental impact assessment
CO5 Able to understand the socio-economic impacts on air, water, land and energy.
CO6 Able to plan for mitigation of adverse imapcts on environment.
SCS  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

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.