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Criterion VIII: Program Educational Objectives Their Compliance and Outcomes

List all the course modules along with their PEOs (in Part III):

Programme Educational Objectives:


I. Fundamental Knowledge: To provide students with a solid foundation in the mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals to formulate, analyze and solve engineering problems. II. Technical Knowledge: To develop the ability among students to synthesize data and technical concepts for application to product design. III. Team Work: To provide opportunity for students to work as part of teams on multidisciplinary projects. IV. Career Development: To prepare students to meet the needs of Indian and multinational companies for successful careers in industry. V. Higher Studies and Entrepreneurship: To promote student awareness on life- long learning professional ethics and codes of practice and the spirit of entrepreneurship. VI. Social Responsibilities: To prepare the students to relate engineering issues broadly to society and environment.

Programme Outcomes:
a. Graduates will demonstrate basic knowledge in mathematics, science and engineering. b. Graduates will demonstrate the ability to design and conduct experiments, interpret and analyze data, and report results. c. Graduates will demonstrate the ability to design a mechanical system or a thermal system or a process that meets desired specifications and requirements. d. Graduates will demonstrate the ability to function on engineering and science laboratory teams, as well as on multidisciplinary design teams. e. Graduates will demonstrate the ability to identify, formulate and solve mechanical engineering problems. f. Graduates will demonstrate an understanding of their professional and ethical responsibilities. g. Graduates will be able to communicate effectively in both verbal and written forms. h. Graduates will have the confidence to apply engineering solutions in global and societal contexts. i. Graduates should be capable of self-education and clearly understand the value of life-long learning. j. Graduates will be broadly educated and have an understanding of the impact of engineering on society and demonstrate awareness of contemporary issues. k. Graduates will be familiar with modern engineering software tools and equipment

VIII-P.1 Course objective and mapping (20)


Assessment is based on the PEOs defined for a course or a set of courses and their mapping with the content delivery and knowledge gain through theory classes, lab experiments, assignments and tests. VIII-P.1

i. Table showing Mapping of Programme Education Objectives with Programme outcomes ii. Table showing adequacy of specification of PEOs for each Course, additional content to meet PEOs
and methodology of assessment to meet the objectives

iii. Table showing Mapping of Programme Education Objectives with Content Delivery & Knowledge
gained

iv. Table showing Mapping of Programme Education Objectives with Evaluation Examinations / Tests /
Assignments)

v. Details showing Mechanism for ensuring Continuous Improvement in defining Programme Education
Objectives

VIII-P.1 Course objective and mapping


i. Table showing Mapping of Programme Education Objectives with Programme outcomes Programme Educational Objectives I II III IV V VI Programme Outcomes

a
x

b
x

c
x

e
x

k
x

x x

x x x x x x x x x x

VIII-P.1 Course objective and mapping


ii.

Table showing adequacy of specification of PEOs for each Course, additional content to meet PEOs and methodology of assessment to meet the objectives Additional content to Units/ Experiments Quality of meet the PEOs through? Course PEOs specified? Theory Poor/ Average/ Good / Excellent
Good Good Good Good Good Good 12 6/5 5 10 5 5 5 5 5 Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Model Demo Seminar PPT Seminar PPT Tutorial

Technical English Engineering Mathematics I Engineering Physics Engineering Chemistry C Programming Basics of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Practices Laboratory (Electrical and Electronics and PC hardware) Engineering Physics and Chemistry Laboratory (Annual Pattern) Engineering Graphics C Programming Laboratory Communication Skills Engineering Mathematics II Material Sciences Environmental Science Engineering Mechanics

5 5 5 5 5 5

Seminar PPT PPT PPT Demo Seminar Demo Demo

3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 1 1 3/3 1 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3

Assignments / test

Assessment through course files/lab and assignment sheets and test papers
test papers test papers test papers test papers test papers test papers lab & test papers lab & test papers lab & test lab & test papers lab & test papers test papers papers test papers test papers test papers

Theory

Lab

Lab

Basics of Civil Engineering & Information Technology Engineering Practices Laboratory Lab Engineering Physics and Chemistry (Civil & Mechanical) Laboratory (Annual Pattern) Computer Aided Drafting and Modeling Laboratory Transforms and Partial Differential Equations Manufacturing Technology I Engineering Thermodynamics Kinematics of Machinery Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Electrical Drives Control Manufacturing Technology Lab I Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Laboratory Electrical Engineering Laboratory Statistics and Numerical Methods Heat and Mass Transfer Manufacturing Technology II Engineering Materials and Metallurgy Strength of Materials Electronics and Microprocessors Manufacturing Technology Lab II Strength of Materials Lab Computer Aided Machine Drawing Laboratory Environmental Science and Engineering Thermal Engineering Dynamics of Machinery Computer Aided Manufacturing Design of Machine Elements Composite materials Hydraulics & Pneumatics systems Thermal Engineering Lab I Kinematics & Dynamics Lab Electronics & Microprocessor Lab Finite Element Analysis Design of Transmission Systems Gas Dynamics and Jet Propulsion Automobile Engineering Power Plant Engineering Engineering Economics and Finance Simulation and Analysis Lab Heat Power Lab Computer Aided Manufacturing Lab Business Concepts Design of jigs, Fixtures Press Tools and moulds and Measurements Metrology Mechatronics Unconventional machining Process Advanced IC Engines

5 12 6/5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 13 11 12 5 5 5 5 5 5 13 17 11 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 11 17 12 5 5 5 5 5 5 11 14 17 5 5 5 5 5 5

Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good

Model Demo Demo Model PPT PPT Tutorial Tutorial Demo Seminar PPT PPT Demo Tutorial Tutorial PPT PPT Tutorial PPT

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test papers lab & test lab & test papers papers lab & test papers test papers test papers test papers test papers assignment test papers assignment sheets test papers assignment sheets lab & test sheets lab & test papers lab & test papers test papers papers test papers test papers assignment test papers sheets test papers test papers assignment lab & test sheets lab & test papers lab & test papers papers test papers test papers test papers assignment test papers assignment sheets sheets test papers test papers assignment test papers sheets lab & test lab & test papers lab & test papers test papers papers test papers assignment test papers assignment sheets test papers assignment sheets test papers sheets test papers lab & test lab & test papers lab & test papers test papers papers test papers test papers test papers test papers test papers

Demo Demo
Model PPT Tutorial Tutorial Simulatio n Tutorial PPT Demo

Demo Demo Demo


Tutorial Tutorial Tutorial Seminar PPT Seminar

Demo

Demo Demo Demo


Seminar Tutorial

Demo Demo
PPT PPT

Mechatronics Lab Metrology and Measurements Lab Total Quality Management Alternative Energy Sources Rapid prototyping and reengineering Project Work

12 18 5 5 5

Good Good Good Good Good Good

Demo Demo
Seminar Seminar Indl. Visit Indl. Visit

1 1 3/3 3/3 3/3 3 review

lab & test lab & test papers test papers papers test papers test papers Presentati on

VIII-P.1 Course objective and mapping iii. Table showing Mapping of Programme Education Objectives with Content Delivery & Knowledge
gained Content Delivery PEO
Chalk and Board Power Point Presentation Problem Show Quiz Solving and Tell

Knowledge Gained (Blooms taxonomy)


Role Under- Applying Play standing Evaluating Creating

I II III IV V VI

VIII-P.1 Course objective and mapping iv. Table showing Mapping of Programme Education Objectives with Evaluation (Examinations /
Tests / Assignments) Evaluation Methods to check achievement of PEOs PEO I II III IV V VI Test Assignment Examination Motivated Tutorial work Quiz Case Seminar study

VIII-P.1 Course objective and mapping


vi. Details showing Mechanism for ensuring Continuous Improvement in defining Programme Education Objectives Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) is formed to carry out the ISO audit, Academic audit, NAAC and NBA work. ISO Quality Audit is conducted twice in a year for continuous review and outcome measurements. ISO External surveillance audit is conducted once in a year by TUV Rheinland. ISO - Management Review Meeting is conducted twice in a year. Autonomous Academic council, Board of studies periodically reviews the academic activities. Board of Studies meeting is conducted with expert members(External industry, Academic experts, Alumni, Senior students, internal academic experts as members) for the review and improvement in the curriculum Academic audit is conducted every year to measure the performance about the results, Placement, co-curricular and extracurricular activities HoDs Meeting is conducted by principal once in fifteen days Departmental review meeting is conducted to review the departmental activities Result analysis meeting is conducted end of semester to monitor the Continuous Review and Outcome Measurements Class committee meeting is conducted periodically, in which HOD, Academic coordinator, Programme coordinator, Faculty advisor, Staff members handling the class and class students participate to improve their academic performance. Counselor, Mentor, Faculty Advisor ,Program Coordinator, Academic coordinator meetings are conducted for the review, Measurement and improvement Periodical student interaction with Secretary, Director (Academic) and Principal is conducted. Students feedback about faculty is obtained every semester for the for the review and improvement Club activities are conducted to improve the Competence and Character Development of the students. Parents, alumni meetings are conducted to get the feedbacks for the improvement of academic systems. Course committee meetings are conducted among the staff members handling the same course for different disciplines to discuss on the common issues. Lab stock verification is conducted every year and new equipments are added based on the need. Placement and training meetings conducted periodically for the Continuous Review and Outcome Measurements

VIII-P.2 Assessment outcomes (20)


Assessment is based on the feasibility, applicability and quality of the PEOs with the course delivery. Assessment is also based on the methodologies for outcome measurements from the stake-holders including industry, alumni, and professional bodies. Stakeholders : Students, industry, Alumni, Professional bodies, Society in general i. Table showing the methodologies for outcome measurements from the Students performance ii.a. Table showing the methodologies for outcome measurements from industry with the placement offered

ii.b. iii. iv. v.

Detail showing mechanism for outcome measurements from industry interaction thru BoS Detail of mechanism for outcome measurements from Alumni Detail of mechanism for outcome measurements from Professional bodies Detail of mechanism for dissemination knowledge / information to Society

VIII-P.2 Assessment outcomes


i. Table showing the methodologies for outcome measurements from the Students performance Academic and professional achievements by students in terms of a-to-k outcomes is evaluated out as per documented processes Activities University Results Scholarships for students Placement Higher studies Technical Competition Inter/IntraCollege Project Level Work Mini-Project work Industrial Visit / Industrial Tour In-Plant Training Membership in professional Bodies Student Association activities Student clubs activities Value added course certification Students Guild of Services(SGS) Extracurricular inter/intra college level Sports achievement NCC Activities NSS Activities a b c d e f g h i j K

VIII-P.2 Assessment outcomes


ii.a. Table showing the methodologies for outcome measurements from industry with the placement offered Many students were placed in different software companies and public sectors. The following provides details regarding number of students placed in the past four academic years. Activities Placement offered by Software companies Placement offered by Service sectors Placement in Research oriented jobs Interdisciplinary jobs a b c d e f g h i j K

VIII-P.2 Assessment outcomes


ii.b. Detail of mechanism for outcome measurements from industry interaction thru BoS Evaluation is done based on documented processes for repeatedly assessing the outcomes by the relevant industries. Industry experts in Board of Studies (BoS) assess our curriculum and provide feedback Industry feedback is collected periodically Sending students for project/internship and getting feedback/assessment from industries.

VIII-P.2 Assessment outcomes


ii. Detail of mechanism for outcome measurements from Alumni Alumni meet is organized periodically by the college MCET has Various Alumni chapters such as Parent Alumni Chapter (at MCET), Chennai Alumni Chapter and Bangalore Alumni chapter to strengthen the alumni involvement. Department invites alumni members frequently though the students association to have the interaction Alumni member added as Member in Board of Studies (BoS) to bridge the gap between industry and institute. MCET Alumni chapter maintains Alumni website, and provides information related to placement opportunities, higher studies, alumni interaction, alumni activities, etc. Reputed alumni members are honored during the college events. Alumni feedback is taken into the consideration for the department development. An alumnus is a member in result passing board of autonomous examination.

VIII-P.2 Assessment outcomes


iii. Detail of mechanism for outcome measurements from Professional bodies

To Bring about effective linkage between technical institutions industry and society Technology updates through conferences, seminars, tutorials and workshop at discounted rates A Forum for activities like paper presentation, Quiz, Competitions and Exhibitions Opportunity to interact with industry professionals and chalk out a career path Ability to interact with distinguished speakers on different technology areas Opportunity to attend National and state level annual conventions Short term industrial exposure programmes for students organized by industries at their premises.

VIII-P.2 Assessment outcomes


iv. Detail of mechanism for dissemination of knowledge / information to Society Activities Knowledge dissemination thru Workshop, Seminar, Exhibitions, Intra College competitions NCC , NSS Activities Student clubs activities (YRC, Energy Club., Youth Parliament) a b c d e f g h i j K

VIII P.3. Mapping with faculty expertise

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It has been ensured that for all the courses the Specialization matches with staff who actually handled the course.
Semester Units Theory Course Technical English I Engineering Mathematics I Engineering Physics I Engineering Chemistry I Lab Area of specialization Needed to achieve PEOs Business English Mathematics Physics Chemistry Name of the faculty whose expertise matched with the specialization M.P.Karpagam N.Pankajam K.Rameswari Dr. R. Jayaraman R.Makesh D.Shanmugam S.Thirumurugan S.Madhusuthanan T.Kasirajan N.Shanmugasundaram Liju.C.J M.Padmanaban K.Balasamy J.Ramprasath Dr. R. Ravindran A.R.Suresh R.Bupathi D.Shanmugam T.Kasirajan M.Padmanaban K.Vijayakkannan Dr. R. Jayaraman R.Makesh M.P.Karpagam N.Pankajam K.Rameswari Dr. R. Jayaraman R.Makesh Dr. RamaThirumurugan R.Bupathi M.Selvakumar T.Kasirajan N.Shanmugasundaram C.Selvasenthilprabhu

Sl 1 2 3 4

I I I I

5 5 5 5

Engineering Graphics

Mechanical Engg.

6 7

I I

Fundamentals of computing and computer programming Computer practice laboratory I

5 12

Computer Engineering Dept. Computer Engineering Dept.

Engineering Practices Laboratory (Civil &Mechanical)

12

Production Engineering

9 10 11 12 13

I II II II II

Engineering Physics and Chemistry Laboratory (Annual Pattern) Technical English II Engineering Mathematics II Engineering Physics -II Engineering Chemistry II 5 5 5 5

6/5

Physics Business English Mathematics Physics Chemistry

14

II

Engineering Mechanics

Design Engg

G.Rakesh 15 16 17 II II II Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Computer practice laboratory II Engineering Physics and Chemistry Laboratory (Annual Pattern) 5 12 6/5 Electrical & Electronics Engineering Dept. Computer Engineering Dept. Physics A.Balamanikandan J.Ramprasanth Dr. R. Jayaraman R.Makesh Dr. RamaThirumurugan S.Madhusuthanan N.Shanmugasundaram T.Kasirajan M.Giridharadayalan M.Padmanaban N.Pankajam K.Rameswari K.S.Ramkumar A.R.Suresh M.Padmanaban K.Vijayakkannan Sreejith.S.Nair P.Anbarasu S.Ayyappan. Dr. D.Senthilkumar S.Thirumurugan M.Chandrasekaran K.S.Ramkumar Dr. RamaThirumurugan Dr. D.Senthilkumar S.Thirumurugan K.Vijayakkannan M.Chandrasekaran A.Balamanikandan K.S.Ramkumar A.R.Suresh R.Bupathi M.Padmanaban K.Vijayakkannan P.Anbarasu Dr. D.Senthilkumar S.Thirumurugan K.Vijayakkannan M.Chandrasekaran A.Balamanikandan

18

II

Computer Aided Drafting and Modeling Laboratory

12

Engineering Design CAD/CAM

19

III

Transforms and Partial Differential Equations

Mathematics

20

III

Manufacturing Technology I

Machine Tool Engg. Industrial Engg.

21

III

Engineering Thermodynamics

Thermal Sciences Machine Tool Engineering Thermal Sciences Electrical & Electronics Engineering Dept. Machine Tool Engineering Production Engineering

22

III

Kinematics of Machinery

23

III

Fluid Mechanics and Machinery

24

III

Electrical Drives And Control

25

III

Manufacturing Technology Lab I

13

26

III

Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Laboratory

11

Thermal Sciences Electrical & Electronics Engg. Dept.

27

III

Electrical Engineering Laboratory

12

28

IV

Statistics and Numerical Methods

Mathematics

N.Pankajam K.Rameswari S.Ayyappan Dr. D.Senthilkumar S.Thirumurugan M.Chandrasekaran K.S.Ramkumar A.R.Suresh M.Padmanaban K.Vijayakkannan Sreejith.S.Nair P.Anbarasu Dr. R. Ravindran D.Shanmugam M.Selvakumar M.Padmanaban Sreejith.S.Nair P.Anbarasu Dr.RamaThirumurugan M.Selvakumar T.Kasirajan N.Shanmugasundaram Liju.C.J M.Padmanaban K.Vijayakkannan G.Rakesh M.Chandrasekaran Ms.E.Kamalavathi K.S.Ramkumar A.R.Suresh R.Bupathi M.Padmanaban K.Vijayakkannan P.Anbarasu Dr.I.Rajendran R.Bupathi A.R.Suresh T.Kasirajan M.Padmanaban K.Vijayakkannan Dr. RamaThirumurugan S.Madhusuthanan N.Shanmugasundaram T.Kasirajan M.Giridhardayalan M.Padmanaban

29

IV

Heat and Mass Transfer

Thermal sciences

30

IV

Manufacturing Technology II

Machine Tool Engg. Industrial Engg.

31

IV

Engineering Materials and Metallurgy

Materials Engg .

32

IV

Strength of Materials

Product Design

33

IV

Electronics And Microprocessor

Electrical & Electronics Engineering Deportment Machine Tool Engineering Production Engineering Engineering Design Product design Production Engineering

34

IV

Manufacturing Technology Lab II

13

35

IV

Strength of Materials Lab

17

36

IV

Computer Aided Machine Drawing Laboratory

11

CAD/CAM Product design

37

Thermal Engineering

Thermal Sciences

38

Computer Aided Manufacturing

CAD/CAM Mechatronics

39

Design of Machine Elements

Engineering Design

40

Dynamics of Machinery

Engineering Design CAD/CAM

41

Hydraulics & Pneumatics systems

Product design Mechatronics

42

Composite materials

Engineering Design Production Engineering

43

Thermal Engineering Lab I

11

Thermal Sciences

44

Kinematics & Dynamics Lab

17

Design Electronics and Communication Engineering Engineering Design CAD/CAM

S.Ayyappan Dr. D.Senthilkumar S.Thirumurugan M.Chandrasekaran K.S.Ramkumar Dr.RamaThirumurugan N.Shanmugasundaram C.Selvasenthilprabhu M.Padmanaban K.Vijayakkannan P.Anbarasu Dr.S.Vijayarangan Dr.RamaThirumurugan R.Bupathi D.Shanmugam S.Madhusuthanan N.Shanmugasundaram T.Kasirajan G.Rakesh Dr.I.Rajendran Dr. RamaThirumurugan D.Shanmugam M.Selvakumar Liju.C.J M.Chandrasekaran S.Thirumurugan T.Kasirajan C.Selvasenthilprabhu Dr.I.Rajendran R.Bupathi D.Shanmugam M.Giridharadayalan Sreejith.S.Nair P.Anbarasu S.Ayyappan Dr. D.Senthilkumar S.Thirumurugan M.Chandrasekaran Dr. RamaThirumurugan, D.Shanmugam M.Selvakumar Liju.C.J Ms.E.Kamalavathi Dr.S.Vijayarangan Dr.I.Rajendran Dr.RamaThirumurugan M.Selvakumar S.Madhusuthanan

45

Electronics & Microprocessors Laboratory

12

46

VI

Finite Element Analysis

47

VI

Design of Transmission Systems

Engineering Design

48

VI

Automobile Engineering

Automobile Engg Industrial Engg

49

VI

Power Plant Engineering

Thermal Sciences

50 51

VI VI

Gas Dynamics and Jet Propulsion Engineering Economics and Finance

5 5

Thermal Sciences Quality Assurance Technology Industrial Engg Design Product design CAD/CAM

T.Kasirajan K.Vijayakkannan Dr.S.Vijayarangan Dr.RamaThirumurugan R.Bupathi S.Madhusuthanan N.Shanmugasundaram T.Kasirajan G.Rakesh P.Anbarasu Dr.S.Vijayarangan D.Shanmugam M.Padmanaban K.Vijayakkannan Sreejith.S.Nair P.Anbarasu S.Ayyappan Dr. D.Senthilkumar S.Thirumurugan M.Chandrasekaran S.Thirumurugan M.Chandrasekaran Dr. R. Ravindran P.Shivaranjani Dr. RamaThirumurugan, S.Madhusuthanan N.Shanmugasundaram T.Kasirajan Dr.RamaThirumurugan D.Shanmugam N.Shanmugasundaram T.Kasirajan C.Selvasenthilprabhu M.Giridharadayalan M.Padmanaban K.Vijayakkannan P.Anbarasu S.Ayyappan Dr. D.Senthilkumar S.Thirumurugan M.Chandrasekaran Dr. R. Ravindran P.Shivaranjani R.Bupathi D.Shanmugam N.Shanmugasundaram M.Giridharadayalan

52

VI

Simulation and Analysis Lab

11

53

VI

Computer Aided Manufacturing Lab

17

CAD/CAM Product design

54

VI

Heat Power Lab

14

Thermal sciences Quality Assurance Technology Industrial Engg CAD/CAM Design Engg

55

VII

Business Concepts

56

VII

Design of jigs, Fixtures Press Tools and moulds

57

VII

Metrology and Measurements

Machine Tool Engineering Design Engg Mechatronics Thermal sciences

K.S.Ramkumar A.R.Suresh R.Bupathi M.Padmanaban Sreejith.S.Nair C.Selvasenthilprabhu S.Ayyappan Dr. D.Senthilkumar S.Thirumurugan M.Chandrasekaran Dr. R. Ravindran D.Shanmugam P.Anbarasu A.R.Suresh R.Bupathi M.Padmanaban P.Anbarasu C.Selvasenthilprabhu Dr. R. Ravindran A.R.Suresh R.Bupathi P.Shivaranjani Sreejith.S.Nair Dr.V.V.Sreenarayanan S.Ayyappan S.Thirumurugan M.Chandrasekaran K.S.Ramkumar M.Selvakumar S.Madhusuthanan T.Kasirajan C.Selvasenthilprabhu Sreejith.S.Nair

58 59

VII VII

Mechatronics Internal Combustion Engines

5 5

60

VII

Unconventional machining Process

Materials Engineering Design Engg Industrial Engineering Mechatronics Quality Assurance Technology Production Engineering Industrial Engg Thermal sciences

61 62

VII VII

Metrology and Measurements Lab Mechatronics Lab

18 12

63

VIII

Total Quality Management

64

VIII

Alternative Energy Sources

65

VIII

Rapid prototyping and reengineering

Machine Tool Engineering CAD/CAM

VIII-P.4 Mapping with outcomes (20)


Assessment is based on what extent the PEOs/curriculum map with the outcomes

The following table shows mapping of the courses with the outcome a Graduates will demonstrate basic knowledge in mathematics, science and engineering. Semester Subject Code 080030001 080040001 Sem - I 080010001 080120001 080230001 080030004 080040002 Sem - II 080010002 080120002 080280011 080100008 080120013 080120014 Sem - IV 080120017 080120019 Engineering Physics I Engineering Chemistry I Engineering Graphics Fundamentals of computing and computer programming Engineering Mathematics II Engineering Physics II Engineering Chemistry II Engineering Mechanics Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering BCE Sem - III Transforms and Partial Differential Equations Electrical Drives And Control Statistics and Numerical Methods Engineering Materials and Metallurgy Electronics And Microprocessor Subject Engineering Mathematics I

The following table shows mapping of the courses with the outcome b Graduates will demonstrate the ability to design and conduct experiments, interpret and analyze data, and report results. Semester Subject Code 080120001 Sem I 080230001 080510001 080640001 Sem - II Sem - VII 080120002 080120065 Engineering Graphics Fundamentals of computing and computer programming Engineering Practices Laboratory (Civil &Mechanical) Engineering Physics and Chemistry Laboratory (Annual Pattern) Engineering Mechanics project work Phase I Subject

The following table shows mapping of the courses with the outcome c Graduates will demonstrate the ability to design a mechanical system or a thermal system or a process that meets desired specifications and requirements. Semester Sem-I Sem-II Subject Code 080120001 080120002 080120005 Sem-III 080190005 080180007 080120010 080120015 Sem-IV 080120016 080120017 080120023 080120024 080120025 Sem-V 080120026 080120027 080120028 080120029 080120030 080120032 080120034 Sem-VI 080120035 080120036 080120037 080120041 080120043 080120044 Sem-VII 080120045 080120052 080120059 080120068 Sem-VIII 080120078 080120067 Engineering Graphics Engineering Mechanics Manufacturing Technology I Engineering Thermodynamics Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Kinematics of Machinery Heat and Mass Transfer Manufacturing Technology II Engineering Materials and Metallurgy Thermal Engineering Computer Aided Manufacturing Design of Machine Elements Dynamics of Machinery Hydraulics & Pneumatics systems Composite materials Thermal Engineering Laboratory Kinematics & Dynamics Laboratory Finite Element Analysis Design of Transmission Systems Automobile Engineering Power Plant Engineering Gas Dynamics and Jet Propulsion Heat Power Laboratory Design of jigs, Fixtures Press Tools and moulds Metrology and Measurements Mechatronics Internal Combustion Engines Unconventional machining Process Alternative Energy Sources Rapid prototyping and reengineering Project Work Subject

The following table shows mapping of the courses with the outcome d Graduates will demonstrate the ability to function on engineering and science laboratory teams, as well as on multidisciplinary design teams. Semester Sem-I Sem-II Sem-III Subject Code 080510001 080640001 080120005 080120007 080120012 080120016 Sem-IV 080120021 080120022 080120029 Sem - V 080120030 080120031 080120039 Sem - VI 080120040 080120041
No code

Subject Engineering Practices Laboratory (Civil &Mechanical) Engineering Physics and Chemistry Laboratory (Annual Pattern) Manufacturing Technology I Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Laboratory Electrical Engineering Laboratory Manufacturing Technology II Strength of Materials Laboratory Computer Aided Machine Drawing Laboratory Thermal Engineering Laboratory Kinematics & Dynamics Laboratory Electronics & Microprocessors Laboratory Simulation and Analysis Laboratory Computer Aided Manufacturing Laboratory Heat Power Laboratory Comprehension Metrology and Measurements Laboratory Mechatronics lab Project work Phase I Project Work

080120046 Sem - VII Sem - VIII 080120047 080120065 080120067

The following table shows mapping of the courses with the outcome e Graduates will demonstrate the ability to identify, formulate and solve mechanical engineering problems. Semester Sem I Sem II Sem III Subject Code 080120001 080120002 080120010 080180007 080120014 Sem - IV 080120015 080120017 080120018 080120023 080120024 Sem - V 080120025 080120026 080120027 080120028 080120032 080120034 080120035 Sem - VI 080120036 080120037 080120039 080120040 080120043 080120044 Sem - VII 080120045 080120047 080120052 Sem - VIII 080120068 Engineering Graphics Engineering Mechanics Kinematics of Machinery Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Statistics and Numerical Methods Heat and Mass Transfer Engineering Materials and Metallurgy Strength of Materials Thermal Engineering Computer Aided Manufacturing Design of Machine Elements Dynamics of Machinery Hydraulics & Pneumatics systems Composite materials Finite Element Analysis Design of Transmission Systems Automobile Engineering Power Plant Engineering Gas Dynamics and Jet Propulsion Simulation and Analysis Laboratory Computer Aided Manufacturing Laboratory Design of jigs, Fixtures Press Tools and moulds Metrology and Measurements Mechatronics Mechatronics Laboratory Internal Combustion Engines Alternative Energy Sources Subject

The following table shows mapping of the courses with the outcome f Graduates will demonstrate an understanding of their professional and ethical responsibilities. Semester Sem VII Sem - VIII Subject Code 080190028 080120066 Business Concepts Total Quality Management Subject

The following table shows mapping of the courses with the outcome g Graduates will be able to communicate effectively in both verbal and written forms. Semester Subject Code Sem I 080020001 Sem - II Sem - VII 080020003
No code

Subject Technical English I Technical English II Technical Seminar

The following table shows mapping of the courses with the outcome h Graduates will have the confidence to apply engineering solutions in global and societal contexts. Semester Sem V Sem - VI Sem - VIII Subject Code 080120028 080120032 080120035 080120036 080120068 Composite materials Finite Element Analysis Automobile Engineering Power Plant Engineering Alternative Energy Sources Subject

The following table shows mapping of the courses with the outcome i Graduates should be capable of self-education and clearly understand the value of life-long learning. Semester Sem VII Sem - VIII Subject Code
No code

Subject Technical Seminar Total Quality Management

080120066

The following table shows mapping of the courses with the outcome j Graduates will be broadly educated and have an understanding of the impact of engineering on society and demonstrate awareness of contemporary issues. Semester Sem V Sem - VI Subject Code 080120028 080120036 080120038 080190028 Sem - VII
No code

Subject Composite materials Power Plant Engineering Engineering Economics and Finance Business Concepts Technical Seminar Project Work-Phase I Total Quality Management Project Work Alternative Energy Sources

080120065 080120066 Sem - VIII 080120067 080120068

The following table shows mapping of the courses with the outcome k Graduates will be familiar with modern engineering software tools and equipment Semester Sem - I Subject Code 080120001 080230001 080230002 Sem - II 080230006 080120008 080120018 Sem - IV 080120019 080120022 080120024 080120025 Sem - V 080120026 080120027 080120031 080120032 Sem - VI 080120034 080120039 080120040 Sem - VII 080120045 080120047 Engineering Graphics Fundamentals of computing and computer programming Computer practice laboratory I Computer practice laboratory II Comp Aided Modeling Draft Laboratory Strength of Materials Electronics Micro Processor Computer Aided Machine Drawing Laboratory Computer Aided Manufacturing Design of Machine Elements Dynamics of Machinery Hydraulics & Pneumatics systems Electronics Micro Processor Laboratory Finite Element Analysis Design of Transmission Systems Simulation and Analysis Laboratory Computer Aided Manufacturing Laboratory Mechatronics Mechatronics Laboratory Subject

VIII P.5 Significant Achievement

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List of significant achievements, in respect of curriculum, stated PEOs and their outcomes, in CAY,CAYm1 and CAYm2.

In CAYm2 (2009-2010) Project Improved coconut postharvest technology Agency / Amount DST / Dr.V.V.Sreenarayanan Rs. 10 Lakhs AICTE / Rs.5.65 Lakhs M.Selvakumar Students / Institution Students project / Research Guide Beneficiary Outcome/ Achievement

Wear and friction monitor

In CAYm1 (2010-2011) Project Development of vacuum frying technology Modernisation of Dynamics Lab Agency / Amount TNSCST / 1.54 Lakhs AICTE / Rs.11 Lakhs Guide Dr.V.V.Sreenarayanan Beneficiary Outcome/ Achievement Students project / Research

Students / Institution

Dr.I.Rajendran In CAY (2011-2012)

Project Investigation on machining of metals under dry machining conditions

Agency / Amount AICTE / 2 LAKHS Seeds Division, DST / 36.19 LAKHS

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Beneficiary Students / Institution Students / Institution / coconut farmer community/ women SHGS

Outcome/ Achievement

Dr.I.Rajendran

Popularization of solar tunnel dryer in Pollachi region

Students project / Research

Dr.V.V.Sreenarayanan