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Part B
1 Vision, M ission and Progr amme Educational Obj ectives (75)

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1.1 Vision and Mission (5)


1.1.1 State the Vision and Mission of the institute and department (1) (List and articulate the vision and mission statements of the institute and department)

Total Marks : 5.00


Institute Marks : 1.00

Vision of the Institution


Excel Engineering College to be one of the best institutes in the country for the study of Engineering, Technology and Management through maintaining high academic standards

Mission of the Institution


Excel Group Institutions aims to be world class institutes, achieving excellence in Teaching, Research and Consultancy in cutting-edge areas that promotes analytical thinking, independent judgment and be engaged in the service of promoting continued Engineering, Technology and Management Education.

Vision of Department
The Vision of the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering is to become a nationally leading centre for the study of Electronics and Communication Engineering to meet the needs of industry.

Mission of Department
The Mission of the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering is to provide education to the students community for acquiring technical, intellectual and managerial skills to get employment in the areas of Electronics and Communication Engineering and to prepare them for facing the challenges prevailing in the industry.. 1.1.2 Indicate how and where the Vision and Mission are published and disseminated (2) Institute Marks : 2.00

(Describe in which media (e.g. websites, curricula books) the vision and mission are published and how these are disseminated among stakeholders)

I nstitute: The Mission and the Vision of the institute is displayed in the following places: Chairman and Vice Chairman Office: The Mission and Vision are displayed as wall hanging. Principal office: The mission and vision displayed as a wallpaper

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Website : Mission and Vision published Exam cell : Mission and Vision initiated in the White boards Stores : Mission and Vision written in store chart Hostels : Mission and Vision displayed on the printed board Placement Cell Mission and Vision displayed on the printed boards Seminar hall Mission and Vision displayed on the printed boards Canteen Mission and Vision displayed on the printed board Library Mission and Vision displayed on the printed board Circulation Area- Mission and Vision displayed on the printed board Physical Director Room Depar tment: The Mission and the Vision of the department is displayed in the following places: HODs Cabin : Displayed on the printed board All broachers and prospectus for admission, conferences and symposiums Mission and Vision printed overleaf Academic Calendar All Laboratories Learning Management System (LMS) Server (also known as Moodle) Department Library Vision and M ission is disseminated among the var ious Stakeholders as follows: Our Vision and Mission is Hosted in Alumni website so that Alumni can go through Students are brought to know about the Vision and Mission through Academic Calendar and it is also printed in all Record notes Industry is informed our Vision and Mission through Placement Broachers Parents are brought to know about our Vision and Mission through Prospectors and Brochures and also communicated during Parents meeting In addition, the students are well informed by the Class advisor and HOD at the beginning of each semester

1.1.3 Mention the process for defining Vision and Mission of the department (2)

Institute Marks : 2.00

Articulate the process involved in defining the vision and mission of the department from the vision and mission of the institute.)

Based on the Mission and Vision of the college and considering the stakeholders of the department (like Management, Faculty, Parents, Alumni and Students ) the Mission and Vision of the department has been defined through the process described below

Developing a Vision and a M ission: The following parameters have been considered for defining the Vision and Mission of the college.

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1. What is the actual purpose of the institution? 2. What are the goals of the attendees? 3. What does everyone envision for the course they opt? Developing strong Vision and Mission statements can help stakeholders to have such a common understanding. Vision: A Vision emphasizes the long term goal of the college/ department. M ission: The Mission elaborates the way in which the long goal of the college/ department is achieved. Dr afting the Vision statement: The staff members are recognized as a common direction of growth, to inspire them to be better. An effective Vision also announces to parents and students where we are heading and why they should take the course with us. A common understanding of the destination allows all stakeholders to align their improvement efforts. Dr afting the M ission statement: After presenting the draft to the stakeholders, time is given to discuss their opinion of them with one another, and then lead a discussion with the entire team. Are the statements too vague, or are they specific enough? Are they too long or too short? Do the statements express an idea or a hope for the future? Are they too unambitious? Do they contain adjectives or goals that are more appropriate for a mission statement? Do they clarify a direction for the college and for its improvement efforts? The team members get the faculty to articulate what it is they truly want from their students and college. Graduation or job attainment is the bare minimum of what most educators hope for their students. The stakeholders record the responses, ideas and key terms and phrases that come up during group discussions. At the end of the process, the team transforms the key concepts and phrases into Vision and Mission statement. Next, each department receives a copy of the draft version to review, discuss, edit and return to the stakeholders, which then makes appropriate adjustments to the statement. Thus the main objective of defining Mission and Vision is to prepare students to live in and contribute to a changing world and engage in active, lifelong learning.

1.2 Programme Educational Objectives (15)


1.2.1 Describe the Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) (2)

Total Marks : 15.00


Institute Marks : 2.00

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(List and articulate the programme educational objectives of the programme under accreditation)

The department of ECE has organized the brain storming session and identified the various requirements of the department. In order to achieve excellence in teaching and research and prompting the lifelong learning concepts among the students as mentioned in the vision statement of the Institution. The member of the committee has unanimously suggested the following the Programme Educational Objectives and they are listed below

PEO I : To educate the students for acquiring sound knowledge in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering and understand various inter-related engineering discipline so as to meet the needs in the field of Electronics and Communication industries. PEO 2 : To cultivate the ability in a well structured manner to provide knowledge and skill for developing new products in the field of Electronics. PEO 3: To provide an excellent academic learning environment in department of Electronics and Communication for facilitating students to become eminent team players. PEO 4 : To facilitate the students with necessary knowledge in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering, so as to succeed in competitive examination for pursuing higher studies PEO 5 : To expose the students over professional, ethical and social needs and to shape them with leadership quality for analyzing and solving the Engineering and social issues.

1.2.2 State how and where the PEOs are published and disseminated (2)

Institute Marks : 2.00

(Describe in which media (e.g. websites, curricula books) the PEOs are published and how these are disseminated among stakeholders)

PEOs are published through the following sources


Website LMS Server (Moodle) HOD Cabin

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All Laboratories Faculty cabin Department Library

PEOs are disseminated among various Stockholders


PEOs is Hosted in Alumni website so that Alumni can go through. Also it is discussed during Alumni Meet Students are brought to know about the PEOs through Academic Calendar, Display boards in Lab, Department and Department Library Industrialist can know our PEOs during the Time of Campus drive, Industry Institution interaction. Parents are brought to know our PEOs through during Parents meeting, Website etc 1.2.3 List the stakeholders of the programme (1) Institute Marks : 1.00

(List stakeholders of the programme under consideration for accreditation and articulate their relevance)

The following stakeholders play the main role in achieving various PEOs of the Program
Management Students Alumni Parents Staff University AICTE Industry

The following table indicates vital role of the stakeholders with respect to PEOs

1.2.4 State the process for establishing the PEOs (5)

Institute Marks : 5.00

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(Describe the process that periodically documents and demonstrates that the PEOs are based on the needs of the programmes various stakeholders. )

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering clearly understand two way communications between program management and stakeholders. Meeting with stakeholder not only specify the Program Educational Objectives, but also includes the process to be adopted to reach the Mission of the Department. Process specified here is in broad sense, It means it also involves step by step procedure to assess and evaluate the PEOs. In order to make our program successfull, we implement all possible processes that are doable and measureable. We adapt S.M.A.R.T concept introduced in November 1981 issue of Management Review by George T. Doran. S Specific M Meaningful, Motivational, Manageable, Measureable A Attainable R Relevant T - Timely We conduct Periodic Meetings and enriched our PEOs that are required to meet stakeholders needs. Main focus of the meetings is for redefining / refining PEOs based on short and long term needs. PEOs are defined to have direct / indirect impact to the society. We hereby include the latest PEOs agreed by stakeholders from the last meeting.

Assessment and Evaluation of PEOs:


The process employed to assess the PEOs, the way they are articulated and improved as a continuous activity needs to be elaborated. As a part of evaluating PEOs, we collect necessary and adequate feedbacks from right stakeholders like Industry, Students, Alumni etc as often as needed. In order to have a successful assessment, we do collect different types of feedback from different stakeholders based on the nature of expectations. Exit Feedback from Graduating Students Feedback from Parents Feedback from Industry where our students are placed Periodic Alumni Feedback The main objective of assessment is to evaluate and improve the program outcomes (POs), finally to meet PEOs and Mission of the Department. Assessment in an ongoing cycle of measurement of outcomes, results and subsequent improvement of the Educational program. It focus particular on improving students learning and the assessment involves in measuring the students learning as detailed below. For understanding the program and institution goals the program outcomes (POs), Program specific program outcomes (PSPOs) and program educational outcome (PEOs) are identified and defined. 1. The faculty members gather information based on various feedbacks whether students have achieved the program outcomes. This requires various assessments methods like students feedback ,parents meeting,

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Performance in all exams, Class committee meeting etc 2. The review of the POs, PSPOs and PEOs are done based on the assessment and evaluation. The following questionnaire were framed for review of the outcomes and discussed in the Academic review committee meeting: Are the program outcomes achieved and students study what is intended to the program? Do the evaluations indicate room for improvement? Is the assessment / evaluation procedure meets the objective? The program outcome may be improved after assessment and evaluation, other than making overall improvements making specific improvements might be helpful.

1.2.5 Establish consistency of the PEOs with the Mission of the institute (5)

Institute Marks : 5.00

(Describe how the Programme Educational Objectives are consistent with the Mission of the department.)

Academic review committee is responsible for the attainment of PEOs based on the outcomes. While redefining the PEOs, the committee will consider the expected level of attainment of each PEOs discussed. As a part of the process, the committee will document the result analysis and the supporting documents pertaining for the attainment of PEOs.

Validation of the consistency of PEOs with the Mission of the Department


The feedback and proficiency records obtained from the companies listed below, we conclude that the performance of our students in those companies is as expected by stakeholders. Therefore the objectives of our PEOs are consistent. CSS Corp American Megatronics HCL Bangalore Jasmine Infotech

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Feedback from Parents helps us to understand the way of our teaching, counseling, is good so therefore we infer that our objective and PEOs are consistent Alumni feedback helps us to understand they are able to face the interview with full confident level and they are able to solve all real time problem effective.

1.3 Achievement of Programme Educational Objectives (20)

Total Marks : 20.00

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1.3.1 Justify the academic factors involved in achievement of the PEOs (5)

Institute Marks : 5.00

(Describe the broad curricular components that contribute towards the attainment of the Programme Educational Objectives.)

We have incorporated various proven processes to achieve PEOs set by Department. We hereby listed academic drivers that are used to reach the target. Theory Delivery by various methods but not limited to Class Room Teaching, Use of Digital Projector, Tutorials, Seminar, Guest Lectures, Industry-Institution Interaction and Additional Practical Demonstration beyond laboratory syllabi. Laboratory Activities via Practical Demonstration, Real Time Projects, Correlating with Theoretical Knowledge Periodic Evaluation but not limited to Oral Tests, Continuous Assessment Tests, Internal Tests, Model Theory and Practical Examinations and University Examinations NPTELs Videos, Webinars Seminar / Workshops conducted by IIT Bombay Remote Center (Remote Center ID 1236) Learning Management System (LMS) Training in Soft and Technical Skills enrichment Dynamically reviewed the needs and incorporated the same. The College was affiliated to "Anna University of Technology - Coimbatore from 2007 to 2010. Later due to the merging of University it was affiliated to Anna University Chennai from 2011-2012 onwards. The curriculum was framed by the respective University according to their norms. We follow the curriculum given by the Affiliated University. The distribution of the curriculum is as follows

Table :1.4 Distribution of Curr iculum components (Anna University Coimbatore and Chennai) Anna University Coimbatore 2008 Regulation:
Basic sciences 22.45% Humanities 6.63% Professional core 57.14% Elective 9.18% Breath 4.59%

Anna University Chennai 2008 Regulation:


Basic sciences 20.75% Humanities 8.49% Professional core 60.84% Elective 7.07% Breath 4.24%

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1.3.2 Explain how administrative system helps in ensuring the Achievement of the PEOs (5) (Describe the committees and their functions, working process and related regulations.)

Institute Marks : 5.00

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Administrative Committee Details This table gives the detail of the Administrative member and their Responsibilities
Table :1.5 Details of Administr ative committee S No Name of the Members of Committee Committee Frequency Responsibility of the of the Documentation Procedure Member Meeting 1. Designing the course plan 1.Documented the course paln based upon the 2. Mode of delivery university curriculum 3. Pre-requisties for each course 1 Course Committee 10 (Hod + 3 4. Plan to bridge the Staffs + 2 3 times per gap students from Semester each year) 5. Assessment criterias 2.Modes of delivery is documented as black board, presentstion, seminar

Class Committee

Academic Review Meeting (ARM) Committee

3.The gap is bridged by conducting some extra courses such as guest lecture, workshop, motivation, 6.Assignment / guest industrial visit, inplant lecture / workshop / training industries visit / projects / inplant training 1.It is assessed based upon internal exam, continuous assessment test, model exam 1.Assessment of and it is documented for academic progress measuring the academic performance 2.Attainment of POs 11 ( HoD + 6 verification 3 times per 2.Based upon students feed Staffs + 4 Semester 3.Addressing the back POs can be evaluated Students) academic issues 3. The gap is bridged by conducting some extra 4.Assessing the courses such as guest lecture, curricular gaps workshop, motivation, industrial visit, inplant training 1.Reviewing the 1.ARM such as class academic progress committee meeting, students periodically feedback are helpful in assessing the academic 3 (Principal + Once in a 2.Identification of review Dean + HoD) fortnight hurdles in the academic progress 2.conducting coaching class, identification of slow learners 3.Identification of is helpful for improving the

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slow learners & planning the coaching classes

students performance

4.Analysis of faculty 3.Faculty performance is performance & also documented and student performance improved by conducting faculty development 5.Periodically programme, department reviewing the growth of the development by meeting conducting various levels ARM 1.It is measured and 1.Addressing the documented by feedback academic and personal collected from students and grievances during class committee 3 times per meeeting 2.Posting the problem Semester identified to the 2.The problem is detected, corresponding and rectified either by HoD, authorities principal, higher authorities in the management 1.Understanding the requirement of industries 2.Training the students 1.Industry based training can based on industry be conducted such as valued requirement added courses for improving the technical skills 3.Oncampus & off campus interviews 2.By signing MOUs it can be measured and it is 4.Bringing the documented industrial exposure to students by arranging 3.Industry visit, internship, ivs inplant training, guest lecture, inplant training internships& guest will have the exposure on the lecturers students about the current trends followed in the 5.Arranging value industry, sharing of added courses to knowledge with the experts bridge the gap between curriculum and industry requirement 1.Arranging expert 1.MOUs is signed with the lecturers from various companies industries for the 2.expert resource person is students called form various sectors 2.Sending proposals to for improving the IRRP and various funding knowledge of the students

Grievance committee

3 (HoD + 2 Staffs)

10 (Two Training and As and Directors, Placement when Principal, Committee needed Dean, 6 HoDs)

Industry Relation Research Project

6 Staffs

As and when needed

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agencies 3.Industry institute collaboration through and it is documented MOUS 1.The examination committee shall comprise 5-6 members for carrying out class tests and university exams 1. Examination Cell 2.The examination committee shall function under the guidance of the examination In-charge(EI) 3.The committee shall meet at least thrice in a semester and record minutes of the same and submit a copy to the principal 4.The EI shall follow the class test schedule as per the academic year Committee will send circular or report to each department and higher authorities present in the institution and it is documented and maintained 2.Exam cell in-charge will monitor the internal, continuous assessment test,model exam, university exam schedule and produce the report to universities and principal of the institution

7.

Examination Cell Committee

1.3.3 Indicate the additional co-curricular activities undertaken towards the attainment of the PEOs (10) (Describe the committees and their functions, working process and related regulations.)

Institute Marks : 10.00

We are organizing various co-curricular activities in our college and enabling the students to participate in other college events like Symposium Seminar Guest Lecturer Training Course Workshop Expert Mentoring Group Discussion Peer Training Internship

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Industrial Visit. This type events helps the Department to attain the PEOs. By Conducting this type of program we build a team spirit in them, Students can improve their presentation skill.

Co-Curr icular Activities organized by the department Table:1.6 Details of Co-Curr icular Activities Organized
S.No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Name of the Pr ogr am or ganized Symposium Workshop Conference Guest Lecture Soft Skills & Technical Training Internship Industrial Visit Symposium Workshop Conference Guest Lecture Soft Skills & Technical Training Internship Industrial Visit Symposium Workshop Conference Guest Lecture Soft Skills & Technical Training Internship Industrial Visit No of Pr ogr am Conducted CAY(2012-2013) 1 3 1 5 3 1 Per Semester 1 Per Semester for each year students CAY m1(2011-2012) 1 2 1 4 3 1 Per Semester 1 Per Semester for each year students CAY m2(2010-2011) 1 2 1 3 3 1 Per Semester 1 Per Semester for each year students

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1.4 Assessment of the Achievement of Programme Educational Obj ectives (25)


1.4.1 Indicate tools and processes used in assessment of the attainment of the PEOs (5)

Total Marks : 25.00


Institute Marks : 5.00

Describe the assessment process that periodically documents and demonstrates the degree to which the Programme Educational Objectives are attained. Also include information on: a) A listing and description of the assessment processes used to gather the data upon which the evaluation of each programme educational objective is based. Examples of data collection processes may include, but are not limited to, employer surveys, graduate surveys, focus groups, industrial advisory committee meetings, or other processes that are relevant and appropriate to the programme; b) The frequency with which these assessment processes are carried out.

a) We have the following assessment processes to gather data in order to evaluate the fulfillment of PEOs
Senior Exit Survey Parents Survey Employer Survey Focus Groups Survey Alumni Survey Class committee Meeting Industrial Advisory Committee Survey Academic Review Meeting

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b) The frequency with which these assessment processes are carried out
S.No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5 6. 7. 8. Tools for Assessment Frequency of Assessment Senior Exit Survey At the end of Course Completion Alumni Survey At least once in a Year Parents Survey Often Employer Survey Year Around Focus Groups Survey As and when required Class committee Survey At least 3 Per Semester Industrial Advisory Committee As and when required Feedback Academic Review Meeting Once in a fortnight Feedback

1.4.2 Give evidences for the attainment of the PEOs (20) File Name Alumini Survey Form 1 Alumini Survey Form 2 Alumini Survey Form 3 Alumini Survey Form 4 Senior Exit Survey Form Front 1 Senior Exit Survey Form Back 1 Senior Exit Survey Form Front 2 Senior Exit Survey Form Back 2 Senior Exit Survey Form Front 3 Senior Exit Survey Form Back 3 Parent Survey Form 1 Parent Survey Form 2 Parent Survey Form 3 Industry Survey Form Industry Survey Form

Institute Marks : 20.00

a) The expected level of attainment for each of the Programme Educational Obj ective Table:1.9 Expected L evel of Attainment of each PEO
S.NO EXPECTED L EVEL OF ATTAI NM ENT To obtain a deep knowledge Good knowledge in the field in Electronics and of Electronics and Communication Engineering Communication and other field and broad interrelated programme. understanding of various interrelated Engineering Disciplines to achieve ever PEOs ACHI EVEM ENT OF PEOs Our Department graduation and Placement level is consistent

Graduate survey proves that

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Sound knowledge in solving real time problems. growing global needs. Ability to face Technical interview our students meet our objective

Good knowledge in all Software Good knowledge to To cultivate ability in a well transform technical concept into working model structured manner using Employer survey states that standardized & proven our students are performing design process to transform good in their organization. the technical concepts into a Ability to complete various Their knowledge is upto the working prototype all the expected level real time projects way to a complete product. Employer survey and Alumni survey states that they are feeling comfortable to work as team in companies

To provide excellent academic learning environment to excel in undergraduate programs with an attitude to become a great team player & individual contributor in a long run as needed.

Good team players

Patience to hear team members opinion and suggestion and act according Students those who are to that presently doing their studies also present papers, Projects as a tem Alumini survey states Many of our students are doing their higher studies(M.E, MBA) Few of our students are doing their higher studies in abroad

Good foundation in To strengthen knowledge mathematics and science with a solid foundation in and engineering to solve mathematical, scientific and many real time problems engineering fundamentals to Sound knowledge in get ready for competitive Engineering to face examination to pursue competitive exams and join higher studies. in Higher studies

To inculcate excellent Leadership quality at Good leadership quality appropriate levels, to Alumni survey and Senior understand professional, Good understanding towards Exit survey proves our ethical and social needs, and professional, Ethical and Objective is attained an ability to relate the Social needs engineering issues to broader social contexts.

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b) Summaries of the result of the evaluation process and analysis illustrating the extent to which each of the PEOs is being attained
Our Department periodically collects various Surveys from the following stake holders every year. Academic committee members will review all the survey forms and come to a conclusion whether the department met its objective.

Table:1.10 Tools for Summaries the Result and Analysis


S. No 1. Tools for Evaluation Process Exit Survey Result of Evaluation Based on the survey forms 80% of the students are satisfied with the placement training, technical knowledge gained during their four years of B.Tech IT Education. Based on the survey 56 % of the students are satisfied with the placement training, on campus and off campus provided by the placement cell and our institution.5 % of the students are satisfied with the knowledge gain from the four years education to pursue their higher education. 85% of the parents are satisfied with their students education and placement provided by the department. 55% of the employers are satisfied with technical knowledge and team spirit of our students those who are placed in their organization.

2.

Alumni Survey

3 4

Parents Survey Employer Survey

The above Survey states that our Depar tment has met its PEOs

c) How the Results are documented and maintained


The survey report from various Stakeholders are collected in regular intervals by the respective in charges. Once the forms are collected the committee members will review and Discuss on various issues and the results of the survey will be analyzed. Academic committee review meeting will be convinced with all the stakeholders, in the meeting all the points will be taken into account and discussed based on the feedback. If necessary some changes may be made in our Day to Day academic activates and the process of accessing our students in all type of assessment so that we may get some refinement in achieving our objective

1.5 Indicate how the PEOs have been redefining in the past (10)

Total Marks : 8.00


Institute Marks : 8.00

(Articulate with rationale how the results of the evaluation of PEOs have been used to review/redefine the PEOs)

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The results of the assessment process are regularly applied to the improvement of the program. The stake holders (Faculty, Students, Alumni, and Industry) of the department are engaged in the following manner in PEO assessment activities. FACULTY Prior to the start of an UG Course, every faculty is advised to review the: Course objectives and outcomes form of his/her course in order to familiarize themselves with the expected outcomes for the course and how these specific course outcomes relate to the overall program outcomes Past course performance form of his/her course in order to familiarize themselves with the performance of the course in prior offerings and in order to identify any points of weakness that may require additional emphasis During the offering of an under graduate course, every faculty is asked to: Collect samples of student works (homework and exam solutions, laboratory and project reports) on a regular basis Upload the information pertaining to the course into moodle server Complete and file an evaluation of student performance in order to comment on the overall course performance towards meeting its objectives and specific outcomes Encourage students to participate in the End-of-Course surveys STUDENTS The department engages its students and collects their feedback for accreditation purposes through End-ofCourse surveys The student surveys collect student input on course material, course organization and instruction Besides asking students questions about the quality of a course and its instruction, the surveys also assess, for each course, the main topics that students are expected to have been exposed to during the course Students are asked to rate, on a scale from poor to excellent, whether that feel they have had an opportunity to learn the course outcomes The student input is then summarized and tracked in: Individual reports on course performance for each course offering Semester reports on course performance during the semester Monthly reports on department performance Yearly reports on department performance The department also collects student feedback through exit surveys administered to graduating seniors. AL UM NI and I NDUSTRY The department discuss with certain alumni and industries also for assessing the achievement of PEOs. SAVING SAM PL ES OF STUDENT WORK S Each course is required to save samples of student laboratory reports, project reports, and exam paper typically from poor to good quality. However, since this is the first time of accreditation we have not reviewed the PEOs in vision of redefining it.

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2 Pr ogr amme Outcomes (150)

Total M arks : 144.00

2.1 Definition and Validation of Cour se Outcomes and Programme Outcomes (25)
2.1.1 List the Course Outcomes(COs) and Programme Outcomes (POs) (2)

Total Marks : 25.00


Institute Marks : 2.00

(List the course outcomes of the courses in programme curriculum and programme outcomes of the programme under accreditation)

PROGRAM M E OUTCOM ES:

The students of Electronics and Communication Engineering programme of Excel Engineering College, Namakkal should posses all this qualification at the time of graduation

a b. c.

An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data. An ability to design a system component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, Social, political, ethical, health and safety manufacturability, and sustainability

d. e. f. g. h.

An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams An ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility An ability to communicate effectively The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environment, and societal context of engineering students.

i. j. k.

Recognition of need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning. A knowledge of contemporary issues An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice

PROGRAM M E SPECIFIC PROGRAM M E OUTCOM ES

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l. An ability to explore the skills in Electronics domain to get fully involved in system Design not limited to just in the field of electronic circuits, digital electronics, microprocessors, embedded systems, VLSI design and digital signal processing. specific focus given to the modern cutting edge technologies in electronics field . m. An ability to explore the skills in Analog and Digital Communication domain to become proficient in a complex Communication System design but not limited to the curriculum. Specific focus is given in recent cutting edge technologies to keep the department on the same page as Industry.

This table gives the detail about the various course outcome of the Programme Table:2.1 Course Outcomes of the Courses in the Programme S.No Course Name Semester-I CO - 1 CO - 2 CO - 3 CO - 4 CO - 5 CO - 1 CO - 2 2. Mathematics I CO - 3 Listening skills for academic and professional purposes is attained Acquire the ability to speak effectively in real life situations Development of effective reading skills Improvement on their vocabulary Familiarization with different aspects of technical English Problem solving skills is attained Attain versatility in varieties of mathematical skills Enable to solve matrices, three dimensional analytical geometry, differential calculus, functions of variables and multiple integrals Able to understand Ultrasonic, Fiber optics and Lasers and its applications in various fields Able to understand quantum physics along with various equations used in various microscopes Able to understand crystal physics along with various types of packing and polymorphism and allotropy Conversant with the principles of water characterization and treatment of potable and industrial purposes is achieved Understanding principles of polymer chemistry and engineering applications of Course Outcome

1.

Technical English I

CO - 1 CO - 2

3.

Engineering Physics I

CO - 3

CO - 1 4. Engineering Chemistry I CO - 2

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CO - 3 CO - 4

polymers Knowledge about Industrial applications of surface chemistry Understanding conventional and nonconventional energy sources and energy storage devices Conversant with graphic skill for communication of concepts Enable of the ideas and design of engineering products Exposure of existing national standards related to technical drawing Able to understanding projections, isometric and perspective projections Conversant with the major components of a computer system Attain the correct and efficient ways of solving problems Knowledge about the use office automation tools Able to understand the programming and skill sets for developing codes in C language Exposure in word processing Exposure in spread sheet Enable to perform in simple C programming Enable to perform on various basic engineering practices in civil, mechanical, electrical and electronics industry. Enable to perform sheet metal work being adapted in the aero engine and airframe industry. Enable to perform in machine assembly practice, turning and lathe etc. Understand the characterization of materials and its properties through various experiments. Understand the reaction mechanisms of chemical elements may it be acids or bases. Able to find out the size,length,thickness of the material. Know how to find out the wavelength and spectrum analysis.

CO - 1 CO - 2 5. Engineering Graphics CO - 3 CO - 4 CO - 1 CO - 2 6. Fundamentals of Computing and Programming CO - 3 CO - 4 CO - 1 7. Computer Practice Laboratory I CO - 2 CO - 3 CO - 1 8. Engineering Practices Laboratory

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CO - 1 11 Technical English II CO - 2 CO - 3 CO - 4 CO - 1

Able to listening skills for academic and professional purposes Acquire the ability to speak effectively in real life situations Improvement in their vocabulary Familiarization with different aspects of technical English Able to solve ordinary differential equations along with its applications Acquire the ability to work out analytic functions which normally being encountered in Aerodynamics

CO - 2 12 Mathematics II CO - 3 CO - 4 CO - 1 CO - 2 13 Engineering Physics II CO - 3 CO - 4 CO - 1 CO - 2 14 Engineering Chemistry II CO - 3 CO - 4 CO - 5 CO - 1 15 Electric Circuits and Electron Devices CO - 2 CO - 3 CO - 1 16 Basic Civil and Mechanical Engineering CO - 2

Conversant with complex integrations Understand and solve Laplace transforms especially being applied in control theory Understanding different materials and its applications in various fields Conversant with semiconducting materials and its principle along with applications of the same in industries Able to understand Dielectric materials and its applications especially used in communication system Able to understand modern engineering materials along with various equations used in various carbon nano tubes Conversant with electrochemical cells , emf, and applications of emf Able to understand principles of corrosion control Knowledge about chemistry of fuels and combustion Attain the knowledge about industrial importance phase rule and alloys Able to understand analytical techniques and their importance Able to understand electrical circuits and its measurements Able to comprehend semiconductor devices and applications Able to understand the basic electrical laws and designing circuits. Able to understand vector and scalar representation of forces and moments Knowledge about two dimension and three dimension and its application of body movements.

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CO - 3 CO - 1 17 Computer Practice Laboratory-II CO - 2 CO - 3 Circuits and Devices Laboratory CO - 1 CO - 2 CO - 1 19 Chemistry Laboratory II CO - 2 CO - 1 20 Physics Laboratory II CO - 2

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Able to comprehend the effect of friction on equilibrium Able to comprehend Unix commands. Able to learn and apply shell programming. Able to write C programming in UNIX platform Designing and verification of basic electrical theorems. Able to understand the characteristics of various semiconductor devices. Understand the characterization of materials and its properties through various experiments. Understand the reaction mechanisms of chemical elements may it be acids or bases. Able to find out the size,length,thickness of the material. Know how to find out the wavelength and spectrum analysis.

SEMESTER III S.NO SUBJECT NAME COURES OUTCOMES Introduce effective mathematical tools for the partial CO - 1 differential equations and the model physical processes Introduce fourier series analysis which is central to many CO - 2 applications in engineering like solving boundary value problems Learn about the applications of partial differential Transforms and CO - 3 equations (one dimensional wave, heat and two 21 Partial Differential dimensional heat equations) Equations Acquaint the students with fourier transforms techniques CO - 4 used in wide variety of situations in which the functions used are not periodic Develop z-Transform techniques which will perform the same task for the discrete time systems as laplace CO - 5 transforms, a valuable aid in analysis of continuous time systems Constructional details, working principle of operation, CO - 1 types and testing of D.C. machines Constructional details, working principle of operation CO - 2 and performance of transformers under test. Electrical 22 Constructional details, working principle of operation Engineering CO - 3 and types of induction motors Constructional details and principle of operation of CO - 4 alternators and special machines. CO - 5 Power System transmission and distribution

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CO - 1 CO - 2 23 Digital Electronics CO - 3 CO - 4 CO - 5 CO - 1 Signals and Systems CO - 2 CO - 3 CO - 4 CO - 5 CO - 1

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Introduce basic postulates of Boolean algebra and shows the correlation between Boolean expressions Introduce the methods for simplifying Boolean expressions Outline the formal procedures for the analysis and design of combinational circuits and sequential circuits Introduce the concept of memories and programmable logic devices. Illustrate the concept of synchronous and asynchronous sequential circuits. Study the properties and representation of discrete signals. Study the properties and representation of continuous signals. Study the analysis of continuous time signals. Study the sampling process and analysis of discrete time systems. Study the analysis of discrete systems using z-transforms. Learn about the various types of transistors, mode of operation and compensation techniques for improving the stability of transistors. Understand about the processing of low frequency signals and the analysis of transistor amplifier during the process of low frequency signals by using the various methods like hybrid equivalent circuit. Various types of transistors like BJT,FET,MOSFET& their concern amplifiers using low frequency signals. Understand about the processing of high frequency signals. The analysis of transistor amplifier during the process of high frequency signals by using the various methods like hybrid equivalent circuit. Various types of transistors like BJT,FET,MOSFETand their concern amplifiers using high frequency signals. Know about the performance of power amplifiers like CLASS A, CLASS B, CLASS C&CLASS D and to know about the push pull concept, distortion and application of heat sink to compensate the heat. Know about the various types of rectifiers, their efficiency & the ripple factor to know about the applications of various types of diodes. Basic ability to analyze and to determine algorithm correctness and time efficiency class. Master a variety of advanced abstract data type (ADT) and data structure and their implements Master different algorithm design techniques (Brute force, divide and conquer, greedy, etc) Ability to apply and implement learned algorithm design techniques and data structure to solve problems.

CO - 1 Know about the fixed bias amplifier circuit using BJT

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Know the Design and construct BJT Common Emitter CO - 2 Amplifier using voltage divider bias (self-bias) with and without bypassed emitter resistor Know about the Design and construct BJT Common Collector Amplifier using voltage divider bias (selfCO - 3 bias)& Darlington Amplifier using BJT, Source follower with Bootstrapped gate resistance Circuits-I Know Differential amplifier using BJT, Class A Power Laboratory CO - 4 Amplifier, Class B Complementary symmetry power amplifier Know the Power Supply circuit - Half wave rectifier with simple capacitor filter. CO - 5 Power Supply circuit - Full wave rectifier with simple capacitor filter Introduce basic postulates of Boolean algebra and shows CO - 1 the correlation between Boolean expressions Introduce the methods for simplifying Boolean CO - 2 expressions Digital Electronics Outline the formal procedures for the analysis and design CO - 3 Laboratory of combinational circuits and sequential circuits Introduce the concept of memories and programmable CO - 4 logic devices. Illustrate the concept of synchronous and asynchronous CO - 5 sequential circuits. CO - 1 Know about the Basic Programs for C++ Concepts Know the Array implementation of List Abstract Data CO - 2 Type (ADT), Linked list implementation of List ADT Know about the Cursor implementation of List ADT, CO - 3 Stack ADT - Array and linked list implementations Data Structures & Know about the Implement any Stack Application using Object Oriented array implementation of Stack ADT (by Programming Lab in C++ Implementing files (a) and (b) given above) and then CO - 4 using linked list implementation Of Stack ADT (by using files (a) and implementing file (c))

SEMESTER - IV S.NO SUBJECT NAME COURSE OUTCOMES Introduce the concept of block diagram and signal flow CO - 1 representation of systems and develop mathematical models Illustrate the significance of time domain and frequency CO - 2 domain analysis techniques applied to transfer function 30 Control Systems models Demonstrate the power of use of graphical tools like CO - 3 bode and root-locus to predetermine the behavior of LTIV systems CO - 4 Introduce the concept and tests for stability

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CO - 5 CO - 1 CO - 2 31 Linear Integrated Circuits CO - 3 CO - 4 CO - 5 CO - 1 CO - 2 32 Electromagnetic Fields CO - 3 CO - 4 CO - 5 CO - 1 CO - 2 CO - 3 CO - 4 CO - 5 CO - 1 CO - 2 34 Communication Theory CO - 3 CO - 4 CO - 5 CO - 1 CO - 2 CO - 3

Educate on design of compensators and controllers to achieve predetermined behavior Introduce the basic building blocks of linear integrated circuits. Teach the linear and non-linear applications of operational amplifiers. Introduce the theory and applications of analog multipliers and PLL. Teach the theory of ADC and DAC Introduce the concepts of waveform generation and introduce some special Function ICs. Analyze fields potentials due to static changes. Calculate the static magnetic fields. Learn about how the materials affect electric and magnetic fields. Learn about the relation between the fields under time varying situations Learn about the principles of propagation of uniform plane waves. Study the analysis and study of feedback amplifiers Study the analysis and study of oscillators Study the analysis and study of tuned amplifiers Study the analysis and study of wave shaping and multivibrator circuits Study the analysis and study of blocking oscillators and time base generators Understand the basics about various Amplitude modulation and demodulation systems Understand the basics of Angle modulation and demodulation systems Understand some depth analysis in noise performance of various receiver Understand basics of Noise performance of AM and FM receivers Understand the basics basic information theory with some channel coding theorem Introduce the fundamental knowledge of the basic probability concepts. Introduce a well-founded knowledge of standard distributions which can describe real life phenomena. Acquire skills in handling situations involving more than one random variable and

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Functions of random variables. Understand and characterize phenomena which evolve CO - 4 with respect to time in Probabilistic manner. Able to analyze the response of random inputs to linear CO - 5 time invariant systems

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Understand the characteristics of the amplifiers and multivibrators and to find the frequency response and to calculate the input and output impedance Know the concept of working of various circuits like clipper, clamper, differentiator and integrator Know the working of circuits using PSPICE simulator Introduce the basic building blocks of linear integrated circuits. Teach the linear and non-linear applications of operational amplifiers. Introduce the theory and applications of analog multipliers and PLL. Teach the theory of ADC and DAC Introduce the concepts of waveform generation and introduce some special

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Function ICs. CO - 1 Open and load Series and Shunt generator. CO - 2 Load test on single phase transformer. Load test and No load and blocked rotor test on 3 CO - 3 Induction motor. Digital simulation & Stability analysis of linear systems. CO - 4 Effect of P, PI, PID controllers using Mat lab. CO - 5 AC and DC starter.

SEMESTER - V S.NO SUBJECT NAME COURSE OUTCOMES Know about the basic of discrete time signals and CO - 1 systems. 39 CO - 2 Understand the various digital filters and its design Digital Signal Learn about various effects of finite register length in Processing CO - 3 realization of filters Understand the basic about OSI layer and protocols CO - 1 related to application layer CO - 2 understand the basics of TCP and UDP protocols Computer 40 Networks Understand usage of error correction and detection, CO - 4 ETHERNET addressing and WI-FI CO - 5 Understand the basics of cryptography and firewalls Learn microprocessor architecture, how the digital electronics components are used to build a CO - 1 microprocessor, various addressing modes available to access data, instruction set, interrupt handling and Microprocessor assembly language programming 41 and applications Learn 16 bit microprocessor 8086, 8086 architecture, pipelining feature, various registers, segmentation using CO - 2 segment registers, interrupt handling, single and multiprocessor environment.

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Understand various addressing modes available to access data, instruction set to write a typical 8086 CO - 3 assembly language program and supporting tool like Assembler. Learn various interface ICs to design a microprocessor CO - 4 based system. Learn memory and i/o interfacing (Memory Mapped CO - 5 and I/O Mapped I/O) CO - 1 Study the measuring concept and indicating equipments. Study the over view of lab view software and virtual CO - 2 instruments. CO - 3 Study the various types of signal generator and analyzer. Understand the working of different types of CO - 4 transducer. CO - 5 Study the techniques of modern measurements. CO - 1 CO - 2 Study the rules and principles of managers environment

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Communication skills & Personality development

Understand the concept of functional area of organization CO - 3 Understand the concept of motivation & directions CO - 4 Study the principles of controlling strategies. Become familiar with propagation of signals through CO - 1 lines CO - 2 Understand signal propagation at Radio frequencies CO - 3 Understand radio propagation in guided systems CO - 4 Become familiar with resonators CO - 1 Know how to Configure the Network Connection CO - 2 Know the functions of Topology CO - 3 Know how to design Routing structure CO - 4 Know how to correct the error using retransmission CO - 5 Know how to apply the security in the Network Able to implement the processing techniques using the CO - 1 instructions of TMS320C5X/TMS320C677XX. Understand the implementation of IIR and FIR filters CO - 2 using MATLAB. Students will understand what it means to be a good CO - 1 communicator Improve the students communication skills in both CO - 2 social and professional contexts. CO - 3 Help students develop skills and attributes CO - 4 Understand how to present in front of the audience Reduces the stress related to the feeling of "not getting CO - 5 anywhere."

SEMESTER - VI S.NO SUBJECT NAME COURSE OUTCOMES Digital Image Learn about the basic concept of image processing 48 CO - 1 Processing technology.

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Learn about the various transforms used in image processing filed Learn about improving the quality of image and restore CO - 3 from degraded images Understand how to divide the image into small parts CO - 4 and represent it Know about various techniques used to reduce the CO - 5 storage space of images. CO - 1 Study the Radiation Properties CO - 2 Study the Antenna Arrays CO - 3 Study the Antenna Types CO - 4 Study the Wave Propagation CO - 5 Study the Antenna and Ionospheric Measurements CO - 1 Study the methods of recording various biopotentials Study how to measure biochemical and various CO - 2 physiological information Understand the working of units which will help to CO - 3 restore normal functioning Understand the use of radiation for diagnostic and CO - 4 therapy Understand the need and technique of electrical safety CO - 5 in Hospitals Learn about the sampling and wave form coding & learn about adaptive delta modulation, uniform and non CO - 1 uniform quantization, multiplexing principles& types of multiplexing& digital hierarchy. Understand about the Power Spectra of PAM signalsInter Symbol Interference- Ideal Nyquist channelCO - 2 Raised Cosine Channels- Correlative Coding- Eye patterns- Adaptive Equalization for Data Transmission Understand about the Pass band Transmission ModelML criterion-correlation receivers- Matched filters. Generation- Detection- Signal Space diagram- Bit error CO - 3 probability and power spectra CO - 2 of BPSK- QPSK- FSK and MSK schemes- Performance comparisons- carrier and bit synchronization Know about the Linear block codes- Cyclic codesConvolution Codes: Coding Gain and Viterbi

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decoding of Convolution Codes- Trellis coded modulation Know about the Pseudo Noise sequences- generationprinciples of DSSS-correlation properties- Gold CO - 5 sequence- FH-SS- processing gain- anti-jam Introduce the students to the fundamentals of CMOS circuits. This course will be helpful to students CO - 1 intending to specialize in IC packaging, electronics design and manufacturing.

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Understand basic of MOSFET Transistor circuits and CO - 2 the design process learn Transistor-level CMOS Logic Design Understand basic electrical properties of MOS circuits CO - 3 and the design process at gate level and subsystem CO - 4 Understand Dynamic logic circuit. Learn to analyze and programming knowledge in VLSI CO - 5 design. Study High-Level Digital Functional Blocks Learn the concept of Microcontroller and architecture CO - 1 details. To learn the various features of 8051 that supports in building control applications. Knowledge about 8051 architecture and various addressing modes to access data, powerful instructions CO - 2 like bit manipulation instructions, Timer / Counter setup for controlling timed events. Understand the design concepts involved in interfacing CO - 3 various devices with 8051 Microcontroller. Learn the RISC architecture, features of RISC CO - 4 architectures like pipelining & stages in pipelining, 3 and 5 stages pipeline architecture. Learn arm and thumb instructions to make use of arm CO - 5 processors in an efficient way. CO - 1 Know how to handle the modulation & demodulation Know the functions of different types of generation & CO - 2 modulation. CO - 3 Know how to understand the characteristics of PLL CO - 4 Know how to find out the modulation techniques Know how to find the characteristics of encoder & CO - 5 decoder Design and simulation of Combinational Logic Circuit CO - 1 using VHDL To Design and simulation of Sequential logic circuit CO - 2 using VHDL Design and implementation of CMOS circuit using CO - 3 PSPICE Design a VHDL program and implemention using CO - 4 FPGA Learn various arithmetic operations and manipulations CO - 1 using 8086 Gains knowledge on various interfacing devices like CO - 2 8051,8279,8259,stepper motor,ADC,DAC ,8255 and UART operations.

SEMESTER - VII S.NO SUBJECT NAME COURSE OUTCOMES Learn the Categories of Embedded Systems and CO - 1 Specifications of Embedded systems. 57 Embedded Systems CO - 2 Understand the Programming for Embedded system. Learn the Hardware platforms of the Embedded CO - 3 systems.

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CO - 4 Learn the Real time operating system concepts. Learn the Real time operating system tools and Case CO - 5 studies. Learn about the standards-ISDN-B-ISDN-high speed CO - 1 LAN and relays ,digital subscribers line& about asynchronous transfer mode. Understand about the layers in networks and switching, protocols, structures, network interface, signaling, CO - 2 addressing, MPLS control plane architecture, label distribution protocol, interfacing and user service part. Understand about the networking applications are packet voice networking, voice Truncking, broad band CO - 3 local loop emulation, voice over ATM and pocket networks, multi protocol encapsulation and ethernet over MPLS. Know about the quality of service and traffic engineering, traffic parameters, classes of sevice, CO - 4 delivering quality of service, congestion control and management. Know about the various types of design considerations for ATM and MPLS networks, analysis about efficiency CO - 5 ,scalability,complexity and applications of ATM multi service networking. Learn the basic elements of optical fiber transmission CO - 1 link, fiber configurations and structures. Understand the different kind of losses, signal distortion in optical wave guides and other signal degradation CO - 2 factors. design optimization of fibers, RI profile and cut-off wave length. Learn the various optical source materials, LED CO - 3 structures, quantum efficiency, laser diodes and different fiber amplifiers. Learn the fiber optical receivers such as pin APD CO - 4 diodes, noise performance in photo detector, receiver operation and configuration. Learn fiber slicing and connectors, noise effects on CO - 5 system performance, operational principles WDM and solutions. CO - 1 Introduce issues related to CPU and memory. Understand the components of I/O and Video CO - 2 Peripherals CO - 3 Understand different storage media Introduce the features of Different I/O peripheral CO - 4 devices and their interfaces CO - 5 Understand different types of system bus Learn about the working of TV system,Types of Transmission, Characteristics of Human Eye, Photo CO - 1 Electric Qualities Types of scanning, camera Tubes, processing of Video Signals. Understand about the television standards, Mixing of CO - 2 Signals, Synchronization of Signals, Sound Modulation, Signal Processing, Various types of TV System,

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Television Studios, Control Room facility, Telecine Equipments, Video Tapes and Recording facilties. Understand about the Various types of TV Transmitters, propogation Mechanisms, Types of CO - 3 Interference, Transmitting Antenna Technology, Receiving Antenna Technology and Television Transmission Technology. Know about the performance of Television Receivers, their Inner Blocks, Television Receiver Acoustic CO - 4 Requirements, Picture tube Technology and Correction Techniques, Display Technology and types, EHT, SMPS and colour killer circuits. Know about the various applications of Television, Testing Equipments used for television, Transmitting CO - 5 Cables , their applications and TV Transmission applications in technological Level. Gain proficiency in characterizing two-port networks using y-, z-, h-, ABCD-, and S parameters,and use basic CO - 1 matrix algebra in manipulating interconnections of networks. . Understand the theoretical principles of microwave CO - 2 devices and networks 62 Microwave Engineering Study how to make fundamental measurements related to microwave engineering

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(VSWR, S-parameters, etc.) Study about design of microwave components such as power dividers, hybrid junctions, microwave filters, CO - 4 ferrite devices, and single-stage microwave transistor amplifiers Design microstrip circuitry for specified design CO - 5 requirements CO - 1 Know the Micro Controller based system design CO - 2 Know the designing using CAD CO - 3 Familiar with MATLAB programming Know how to handle the microwave & optical CO - 1 equipments Know the functions of different types of waveguides CO - 2 used Know how to calculate the power and using VSWR CO - 3 meter and impedance using slotted line section Know how to find out the attenuation and coupling loss CO - 4 in fiber Know how to find the bit error rate and eye pattern CO - 5 using high bandwidth oscilloscope CO - 1 Analyse and choose the field of expertize CO - 2 Know how to present the innovative ideas.

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SEMESTER - VIII S.NO SUBJECT NAME COURSE OUTCOMES CO - 1 Learn the Multiplexing Techniques CO - 2 Understand the Digital Switching system. Telecommunication Learn the Network synchronization and control 66 and Switching CO - 3 management. Networks CO - 4 Learn the Digital subscriber access. CO - 5 Learn the Traffic analysis Learn the Multiple Access Techniques And Cellular CO - 1 Concept CO - 2 Learn about Mobile Radio Propagation Cellular and mobile 67 Study the Modulation Techniques-Diversity and communication CO - 3 Antennas CO - 4 Understand the Speech Coding CO - 5 Know the Cellular Standards CO - 1 Understand the fundamental of wireless networks. CO - 2 Learn about the various Network Principles 68 Wireless Networks CO - 3 Study various Network Operations. CO - 4 Understand infrastructures of networks. CO - 5 Understand MAC protocols used in wireless networks Introduce the Disaster management about Risk CO - 1 identification and Development plans. Introduce the Application of Technology in disaster risk CO - 2 Disaster reduction. 69 Management CO - 3 Understand the Awareness of Risk reduction. CO - 4 Know the Development planning on disaster. CO - 5 Know the Earthquakes and faults and Tsunamis CO - 1 Know the embedded system design with FPGA Modeling and CO - 2 Know the PCB Design Using PSPICE 70 Simulation Familiar with Graphical Simulation And Modeling Using Laboratory CO - 3 Mathematical Tools Design,development anf implementation of project CO - 1 using Software and Hardware 71 Project Phase II CO - 2 Verification and Simulation

This table gives details about the correlation between Course outcome and Programme outcome this table helps us to understand the attainment of POs,PSPOs,PEOs and Mission of the Department 2.1.2 State how and where the POs are published and disseminated (3) Institute Marks : 3.00

(Describe in which media (e.g. websites, curricula books) the POs are published and how these are disseminated among stakeholders)

The programme Outcomes and Programme Specific Programme Outcomes of course are published through the following media for various Stakeholders In our College web portal.

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It is disseminated to our Students through LMS Internet Server. It is displayed in our department classrooms and laboratories to reach out the Students. It is distributed as a brochure to the Industries and Society. The Class Advisor will inform the students POs of the department at the beginning of each semester. We conduct Parents Teachers meeting periodically and POs are shared and discussed with them. 2.1.3 Indicate processes employed for defining of the POs (5) Institute Marks : 5.00

(Describe the process that periodically documents and demonstrates that the POs are defined in alignment with the graduate attributes prescribed by the NBA.)

Various committees are formulated for defining the POs and to check the POs alignments with GAs prescribed by NBA. Committee to get Feedback: Course Committee Class Committee Placement , training and industrial advisory committee Academic Review Committee. The various committee members have a periodical brain storming session to define and discuss about the program outcomes of various courses to be in aligned with GAs. The minutes of the meeting of various committee are periodically documented and maintained. The main agenda of the various meeting is to attain POs with GAs. Course committee The course committee members will define and analyze the various course objective along with course outcome (COs) and program outcome(POs) of various courses in aligned with GAs. The course committee is conducted during the beginning of the semester, in between the semester and end of the semester. 1. Class committee The class committee members will discuss and analyze whether the program outcomes are attained for the various courses in aligned with GAs. This meeting is conducted thrice in a semester before the internal exams. If the program outcomes are not satisfied then the members will suggest relevant teaching methods and tools to achieve the POs in aligned with GAs. 2. Placement ,training and industrial advisory committee The placement committee members will formulate the various training to be given to the students to achieve the POs. Also the committee will identify and suggest various organizations and industries for the following, to achieve POs in aligned with GAs, they are

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In plant training Industrial visit External project Internship Placement 3. Academic review committee The ARM is the core committee which will review the feedback from other committee. The ARM is done through various levels of meeting. ARMs Academic review meeting comprises of staff members and HODs. ARM II -Academic review meeting comprises of HODs and Principal. ARM III -Academic review meeting comprises of Principal and Management. The ARM is conducted 15 days once from starting of the semester in every year. Also the ARM discuss about the following points to achieve POs in aligned with Gs. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Course duration/portion completion Continues assessment test Slow learners Attendance Placement and various training Value added courses In plant training Co-curricular activities of staff and students Institute and Industrial relation Industrial visit Publications of staff and students Coaching classes

2.1.4 Indicate how the defined POs are aligned to the Graduate Attributes prescribed by the Institute Marks : 10.00 NBA (10) (Indicate how the POs defined for the programme are aligned with the Graduate Attributes of NBA as articulated in accreditation manual.)

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2.1.5 Establish the correlation between the POs and the PEOs (5) (Explain how the defined POs of the program correlate with the PEOs)

Institute Marks : 5.00

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2.2 Attainment of Programme Outcomes (40)


2.2.1 Illustrate how course outcomes contribute to the POs (10)

Total Marks : 36.00


Institute Marks : 10.00

(Provide the correlation between the course outcomes and the programme outcomes. The strength of the correlation may also be indicated)

Course outcomes are identified based on the POs after reviewing the curriculum and content delivery process. The following table illustrates how the every COs identified helps to attain the PEOs defined academic review by the following table. Table:2.5 Mapping of Course Outcome with Programme Outcome

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