# B.Sc.(Cyber and Digital Science)

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (2013 - Pattern)
PROGRAM OUTCOMES (2019 - Pattern)
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B. Sc.(Cyber and Digital Science)

Sr.No. | Program Outcomes (POs) -A student will be able to: |
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PO1: | Demonstrate good domain knowledge and fulfill assigned responsibilities effectively and efficiently up to the expected quality standards. |

PO2: | Apply analytical and critical thinking to identify, formulate, analyze and solve complex problems in order to reach authenticated conclusions. |

PO3: | Establish the ability to listen, read, communicate competently and articulate complex ideas as they relate to the needs and abilities of diverse audiences. |

PO4: | Propose innovative ideas to launch new businesses and possess the qualities of a good entrepreneur. |

PO5: | Acquire the qualities of a good leader and engage in effective decision-making. |

PO6: | Graduates will be able to take on any responsibility as an individual/member of multi- disciplinary teams and have an understanding of team leadership. |

PO7: | Act as a socially responsible individual with ethical values and responsible for ethically validating any action or decision before proceeding and actively contributing to societal concerns. |

PO8: | Identify and meet own educational needs in a changing world sufficiently to maintain competence and enable them to contribute to the advancement of knowledge. |

PO9: | Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of management principles and apply them to own work in managing projects and in a multidisciplinary environment. |

PO10: | Design and develop research-based solutions for complex problems with specific needs with appropriate consideration of public health, safety, cultural, societal and environmental concerns. |

PO11: | Ability to perform research/investigation and development work to solve practical problems. |

Sr.No. | Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs) - A student will be able to |
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PSO1: | Impart an education with domain knowledge effectively and efficiently, on par with the quality standards expected of professionals in digital and cyber forensic science. |

PSO2: | Ability to apply mathematical, technical and critical thinking skills in the discipline of digital science and cybercrime to find solutions to complex problems. |

PSO3: | Ability to engage in lifelong learning and embrace rapidly changing technology to prepare for professional development. |

PSO4: | Expose students to learn important cyber and digital sciences such as cyber policing, web application security, malware analysis and cyber threat intelligence and mobile and network forensics so that they can have the opportunity to be part of Industry 5.0 applications, whatever the fields. |

PSO5: | Inculcate effective communication skills combined with professional and ethical skills. |

**F.Y.B.Sc.-Cyber and Digital Science Semester -I**

**Course Name: CDS-111: Introduction to Computers and Problem Solving**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) -A student will be able to |
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CO1: | Know the Basics of Computers. |

CO2: | Understand basic computer and data organization. |

CO3: | Understand different types of computer devices. |

CO4: | Understand the basics of operating systems. |

CO5: | Classify different types of networks and network terminologies. |

CO6: | Understand the concept of the internet. |

CO7: | Solve problems using Algorithms and Flowcharts. |

CO8: | Develop the logic of problem-solving. |

**Course Name: Python Programming: CDS-112**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) -A student will be able to |
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CO1: | Use lists, tuples, and dictionaries in Python programs. |

CO2: | Understand how to identify Python object types. |

CO3: | Understand how to use indexing and slicing to access data in Python programs. |

CO4: | Remember structure and components of a Python program. |

CO5: | Understand and apply how to write loops and decision statements in Python. |

CO6: | Understand and apply how to build and package Python modules for reusability. |

CO7: | Develop the logic to read and write files in Python. |

CO8: | Develop the logic to design object-oriented programs with Python classes. |

**Course Name: CDS 113: Basic Mathematical Techniques**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) -A student will be able to |
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CO1: | Recall basic terminologies and properties of matrices. |

CO2: | Express mathematical properties via the formal language of propositional logic. |

CO3: | Acquire ability to describe computer programs in a formal mathematical manner. |

CO4: | Apply basic counting techniques to solve combinatorial problems. |

CO5: | Apply a variety of methods for explaining, summarizing and presenting data and interpreting results clearly. |

CO6: | Apply concepts of graphs and trees to tackle real situations such as connectivity and constraint satisfaction. |

CO7: | Carry out matrix operations, including inverses and determinants. |

CO8: | Describe relations, types of relations, equivalence relations and partial ordering relations, digraphs of relations, matrix representation. |

**Course Name: CDS 114: Basic Statistical Technique for Computer Science**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) -A student will be able to |
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CO1: | Condense the data and represent it graphically. |

CO2: | Analyze the data using central tendency, dispersion and symmetry. |

CO3: | Compute interrelations between variables for future predictions. |

CO4: | Judge the types of relation linear or nonlinear between variables and fit model accordingly. |

CO5: | Understand different possible ways using permutations and combinations. |

CO6: | Understand the concept of probability, discrete and continuous distributions. |

CO7: | Fit different probability distributions to real life situations. |

CO8: | Analyze the claims using testing of hypotheses. |

**Course Name: Lab CDS 115: Lab on CDS-111**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) - A student will be able to |
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CO1: | Know the Basics of Computers. |

CO2: | Acquire ability to describe the basic computer and data organization. |

CO3: | Understand and know different types of computer and network devices. |

CO4: | Understand and Install the basics of operating systems. |

CO5: | Classify different types of networks and network terminologies. |

CO6: | Understand the concept of the internet and networking. |

CO7: | Perform computer networking commands. |

CO8: | Perform File and Folder management tasks. |

**Course Name: Lab CDS 116: Lab on CDS-112**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) -A student will be able to |
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CO1: | Acquire/Develop the programming skills in core Python. |

CO2: | Demonstrate flowchart and algorithm to the given problem. |

CO3: | Exercise on user defined data types, loops and decision statements in Python. |

CO4: | Write Python programs using operators. to build and package Python modules for reusability. |

CO5: | Develop modular programs using Loops, decision statements. |

CO6: | Analyze and implement various kinds of String, List, Dictionary, Tuple, and Set methods. |

CO7: | Implements the Python programs to develop modular programs using control structures and arrays, functions in ‘python’. |

CO8: | Analyze and implement various kinds Implement files, Read, Write. |

**Course Name: Lab CDS 117: Lab on CDS-113**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) -A student will be able to |
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CO1: | Solve problems related to matrices. |

CO2: | Use various concepts of mathematical logic. |

CO3: | Analyze various representations of Boolean functions. |

CO4: | Apply basic counting techniques to solve combinatorial problems. |

CO5: | Evaluate greatest common divisor using division algorithm and Euclidean algorithm. |

CO6: | Apply concepts of graphs and trees to tackle real situations such as connectivity and constraint satisfaction. |

CO8: | Solve problems on relations, types of relations, equivalence relations and partial ordering relations, digraphs of relations, matrix representation. |

**Course Name: Lab CDS 118: Lab on CDS-114**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) -A student will be able to |
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CO1: | Tabulate statistical information given in descriptive form. |

CO2: | Use graphical techniques for data interpretation and interpret it. |

CO3: | Compute various measures of central tendency, dispersion, skewness and kurtosis. |

CO4: | Distinguish between univariate, bivariate and multivariate data. |

CO5: | Compute the correlation coefficient for bivariate data and interpret it. |

CO6: | Use the regression (linear, non-linear and multiple) techniques for forecasting purposes. |

CO7: | Apply standard probability distribution to real life situations. |

CO8: | Summarize and analyze the data using MS-Excel. |

CO9: | Fit the regression models and check the goodness of fit using MS-Excel. |

**F.Y.B.Sc.-Cyber and Digital Science Semester -II**

**Course Name: CDS-121: Fundamentals of Cyber Security**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) -A student will be able to |
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CO1: | Evaluate fundamental cyber security concepts, theories, and strategies as they apply to real world case studies. |

CO2: | Understand technical and non-technical security solutions on different types of cyber systems. |

CO3: | Assess risks, vulnerabilities, and threats to sample cyber systems. |

CO4: | Identify attributes associated with cyber security professionals as well as Intrusion Detection and Prevention. |

CO5: | Understand the need for a Comprehensive Cyber Security Policy, Nodal Authority and for International convention on Cyberspace. |

CO6: | Determine and analyze software vulnerabilities and security solutions to reduce the risk of exploitation. |

CO7: | Understand how cyber security is going to help the implications of cybercrime. |

CO8: | Understand the concept of cryptography and network security. |

**Course Name: CDS-122: Course Title: Fundamentals of Digital Communication Systems**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) -A student will be able to |
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CO1: | Design simple combinational logic circuits. |

CO2: | Design simple sequential logic circuits. |

CO3: | Solve problems on Number systems and their representation. |

CO4: | Apply universal gates to design different types of flip flops. |

CO5: | Familiarize with logic gates and applications in combinational and sequential circuits. |

CO6: | Identify the importance of different blocks in electronic communication systems. |

CO7: | Comprehend the functional units and components of digital computer. |

CO8: | Design multiplexer and demultiplexer circuits. |

**Course Name: CDS-123: Computer Networks**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) -A student will be able to |
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CO1: | Understand OSI and TCP/IP Reference Models and in particular have a good knowledge of Layers. |

CO2: | Understand the working of various protocols. |

CO3: | Analyse the requirements for a given organizational structure and select the most appropriate networking architecture and technologies. |

CO4: | Understand various topologies and applications of networks. |

CO5: | Recognize the technological trends of Computer Networking. |

CO6: | Evaluate the challenges in building networks and solutions to those. |

CO7: | Classify the concepts of protocols, network interfaces and categorize performance issues in local area networks and wide area networks. |

CO8: | Summarize wireless networking concepts, contemporary issues in networking technologies, network tools and network programming. |

**Course Name: CDS-124: ‘C’ Programming**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) -A student will be able to |
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CO1: | Apply programming logic to solve real world problems. |

CO2: | Demonstrate the various operations performed on different types of operators. |

CO3: | Illustrate the flowchart and design an algorithm for a given problem. |

CO4: | Explore algorithmic approaches to problem solving. |

CO5: | Develop conditional and iterative statements to write C programs. |

CO6: | Develop modular programs using control structures and arrays in ‘C’. |

CO7: | Define the various types of functions’ mechanisms. |

CO8: | Describe various types of arrays. |

**Course Name: CDS-125: Lab on CDS-121**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) -A student will be able to |
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CO1: | Implement cyber security solutions and use of cyber security, information assurance, and cyber/computer forensics software/tools. |

CO2: | Be able to Understand and use of Cryptography. |

CO3: | Design and use of Digital Forensics, Data Recovery, and Data Protection tools. |

CO4: | Understand Privacy, Social Media, and Anonymity on the Web. |

CO5: | Understanding the Threat Landscape. |

CO6: | Download and install a password manager and configure it appropriately. |

CO7: | Build a small web app that can break Caesar cipher. |

CO8: | Use of several tools available that capture packets such as tcpdump, Windump,Wireshark etc that can be used for packet sniffing. |

**Course Name: CDS-126: Lab on CDS-122**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) - A student will be able to |
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CO1: | Design simple combinational logic circuits. |

CO2: | Design simple sequential logic circuits. |

CO3: | Learn the action of diode matrix ROM. |

CO4: | Apply universal gates to design different types of flip flops. |

CO5: | Apply universal gates to design a universal shift register. |

CO6: | Design and implement arithmetic circuits. |

CO7: | Understand the read and write action of RAM. |

CO8: | Design multiplexer and demultiplexer circuits. |

**Course Name: CDS-127: Lab on CDS-123**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) -A student will be able to |
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CO1: | Execute the networking commands and write their outputs. |

CO2: | Understand the Network Devices in Detail and write their functions. |

CO3: | Understanding of the LAN environment. |

CO4: | Understand network Cables. |

CO5: | Understand network topology. |

CO6: | Create a Simple Server using Python |

**Course Name: Lab CDS-128 Lab Course depend on ‘C’ Programming**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) -A student will be able to |
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CO1: | Illustrate flowchart and algorithm to the given problem. |

CO2: | Understand basic Structure of the C-PROGRAMMING, declaration and usage of variables. |

CO3: | Exercise user defined data types. |

CO4: | Understand the operators in C and create using operators. |

CO5: | Exercise conditional and iterative statements to write C programs. |

CO6: | Write C programs to access arrays, strings and functions elements. |

CO7: | Develop modular programs using control structures and arrays in ‘C’. |

CO8: | Understand the loops and write C programs using Loops. |