S.No 
Courses 
Course Outcomes 
Blooms Taxonomy Level 
S E M I 
HS6151:
Technical English – I 
CO1: Speak clearly, confidently, comprehensibly, and communicate with one or many listeners using appropriate communicative strategies. 
K1

CO2: Write cohesively and coherently and flawlessly avoiding grammatical errors. 
K1 
CO3: Read different genres of texts adopting various reading strategies. 
K1 
CO4: Listen/view and comprehend different spoken discourses/excerpts in different accents. 
K1 
CO5: Develop using a wide vocabulary range, organizing their ideas logically on a topic. 
K3 
MA6151:
Mathematics – I 
CO1: Analyze the field of materials, integral and differential calculus. 
K3

CO2: Develop the use of matrix algebra techniques for practical applications. 
K3 
CO3: Appraise the area of infinite series and their convergence and limitations of using infinite series approximations for solutions arising in mathematical modeling. 
K2

CO4: Analyze the functions of several variables. 
K3 
CO5: Demonstrate the concepts of improper integrals, Gamma, Beta and Error functions. 
K3 
PH6151: Engineering
Physics – I 
CO1:Outline on the basics of physics related to properties of matter, optics, acoustics etc., 
K2

CO2: Apply The fundamental principles to solve practical problems related to materials used for engineering applications. 
K3

CO3: Explain black body radiation, properties of matter waves and Schrodinger wave equations. 
K2 
CO4: Illustrate the acoustic requirements, production and application of ultrasonic. 
K2 
CO5: Examine the characteristics of laser and optical fiber. 
K4 
S E M I 
CY6151: Engineering Chemistry – I 
CO1: Relate various thermodynamic functions such as enthalpy, entropy, free energy and their importance and equilibrium constant and its significance. 
K1

CO2:Explain the photo physical processes such as fluorescence and phosphorescence and various components of UV and IR spectrophotometer 
K2

CO3: Illustrate the phase transitions of one component and two component systems and the types of alloys and their application in industries. 
K2
K2 
CO4: Explain the characteristics and the applications of nano materials. 
K2 
CO5: Classify the polymers and their utility in the industries and describe the techniques of polymerization and properties of polymers 
K2 
GE6151: Computer Programming 
CO1: Explain the components of computer and logical operations. 
K2

CO2: Convert the number system and their representation. 
K3 
CO3: Discuss hardware and software devices 
K2 
CO4: Summarize network fundamentals. 
K2 
CO5: Plan the logic using flowchart and develop algorithm to write a C Program. 
K3 
GE6152: Engineering Graphics 
CO1: Sketch the conic sections, special curves, and draw orthographic views from pictorial views and models. 
K2 
CO2: Apply the principles of orthographic projections of points in all quadrants, lines and planes in first quadrant. 
K3 
CO3: Sketch the projections of simple solids like prisms, pyramids, cylinder and cone and obtain the traces of plane figures. 
K2

CO4: Practice the sectional views of solids like cube, prisms, pyramids, cylinders & cones and extend its lateral surfaces.

K3 
CO5: Sketch the perspective projection of simple solids, truncated prisms, pyramids, cone and cylinders and sketch the isometric projection of simple machine parts. 
K2 
GE6161: Computer Practices Laboratory 
CO1: Prepare data using MSword & Excel to visualize graphs, charts in MSExcel. 
K3

CO2: Outline the logic using flowchart for a given problem and to program using Switch case & Control structures 
K2

CO3: Develop logic using decision making & looping statements 
K3

CO4: Apply passing parameters using Arrays & Functions 
K3 
CO5: Construct structure and Union for a given database and explain the importance of Unions over structure 
K3 
GE6162: Engineering Practices Laboratory 
CO1: Apply the knowledge of pipeline connections to household fittings and industrial buildings. 
K3

CO2: Prepare the different joints in roofs, doors, windows and furniture. 
K3

CO3: Perform step turning operation in a lathe. 
K3 
CO4: Classify the various welding processes and know about its applications. 
K2

CO5: construct a funnel using sheet metal. 
K3 
S E M I 
GE6163:
Physics and Chemistry Laboratory – I 
CO1: Find the wavelength of spectral lines using spectrometer, the wavelength of laser, particle size, acceptance angle of an optical fiber using semiconductor diode laser. 
K1

CO2: Examine the velocity of sound and compressibility of the liquid using ultrasonic interferometer and thermal conductivity for bad conductors using Lee’s disc apparatus. 
K4

CO3: Choose the DO content in water sample by winkler’s method and molecular weight of polymer by Ostwald viscometer. 
K4 

CO4: Find the strength of an acid using pH meter and conductometer 
K1 

CO5: Identify the amount of weak and strong acids in a mixture by conductometer 
K3 







