# B.Sc. (Regular)

**B. Sc. Electronic Science**

The following program outcomes have been identified for B.Sc Electronic Science.

Sr.No. | Program Outcomes (POs) |
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PO1: | The benefits of participating in this degree program include becoming qualified for rewarding careers working with electronics system and all related systems. |

PO2: | Graduates also enjoy the attention of qualified instructors, hands-on opportunities to put their developing skills to use, and exposure to the most current theories and practices used in the industry |

PO3: | After graduation, individuals can expect to find career opportunities in the automation industry, the world of computers, and more specific fields such as digital signal processing, optoelectronics, robotics, embedded system and mobile electronics. |

PO4: | Graduates have the skills and expertise needed to fill those positions like Application Engineer, Trainee Engineer etc |

PO5: | An ability to identify, formulates, and solves electronic problems |

PO6: | An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for electronics practice |

PO7: | Electronics graduates are hired to design and create the systems and devices that society relies upon. |

PO8: | Ability to use techniques, skills and modern technological/scientific/engineering software/tools for professional practices |

PO9: | Ability to identify, formulate, solve and analyze the problems in various disciplines of electronics |

Sr.No. | Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs) |
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PSO1: | Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics and science in solving electronics related problems. |

PSO2: | Ability to design and conduct electronics experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data. |

PSO3: | Ability to design and manage electronic systems or processes that conforms to a given specification within ethical and economic constraints. |

**F.Y.B.Sc. (Electronic Science)**

**Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) Syllabus Academic Year 2019-2020 SEMESTER I Paper I: EL- 111: Basics of Applied Electronics (2 Credits)**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Identify different parameters/functions/specifications of components used in electronic circuits. |

CO2: | Solve problems based on network theorems. |

CO3: | Perform simulations using simulator for analyzing network performance. |

CO4: | Choose proper electronic devices as per the need of application. |

CO5: | Compare performance parameters based on study of characteristics of electronic devices like resistors, capacitors, inductors etc. |

CO6: | Construct or design and test the circuits using electronic devices or components. |

CO7: | Compare parameters based on study of characteristics of electronic devices like switches, fuses etc. |

CO8: | Compare parameters based on study different types of cables. |

**Paper II: EL- 112: Electronic Devices and Circuits (2 Credits)**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Compare performance parameters based on study of characteristics of electronic devices like diode, transistors etc. |

CO2: | Choose proper electronic devices as per the need of application. |

CO3: | Perform simulations for designing and analyzing diode/transistor circuits. |

CO4: | Build and test the circuits like street light controller using electronic devices. |

CO5: | Construct or design and test the circuits using electronic devices. |

CO6: | Designing or analyzing LED, Photodiode circuits. |

CO7: | Compare performance parameters based on study of characteristics of electronic devices like BJT. |

CO8: | Compare performance parameters based on study of characteristics of electronic devices like FET, MOSFEET. |

**EL- 113: ELECTRONICS LAB IA (1.5 Credits)**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Teach students how to draw different symbols and circuit diagrams. |

CO2: | Student is able to develop skill of circuit connections. |

CO3: | Student is able to familiarize the student with different components and devices used in the laboratory and the device manuals. |

CO4: | Student is able to familiarize students with laboratory instruments like Ammeter, voltmeter, DMM etc. |

CO5: | Student is able to train them to design and analyze the circuits for specific purpose. |

CO6: | Student is able to teach the students how to analyze the results and calculate performance parameters. |

CO7: | Implement the file handling for writing C code. |

CO8: | Student is able to familiarize students with laboratory instruments like Signal Generator, Function Generator, CRO and tools like cutter, stripper etc. |

**SEMESTER II**

**Paper I: EL-121: Fundamentals of Digital Electronics (2 credits) Course outcomes:After completion of this course**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Student is able to solve problems based on inter conversion of number systems. |

CO2: | Student is able to reduce the expression using Boolean theorems. |

CO3: | Student is able to reduce expressions using K maps in SOP and POS forms. |

CO4: | Student can understand how to use flip flops to build modulus counter. |

CO5: | Student is able to familiarize with applications of counters like ring counter or event counter. |

CO6: | Student is able to design and test the circuits using counters. |

CO7: | Student can understand types of shift registers. |

CO8: | Student is able to design and test the circuits shift registers. |

**Paper II: EL- 122: Analog and Digital Device applications (2 Credits)**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Student is able to compare different op-amp as per specifications or performance parameters. |

CO2: | Student can understand op-amp circuits and its usefulness indifferent applications. |

CO3: | Student is able to know operating principle of IC 555 indifferent configurations. |

CO4: | Student can understand different types of DAC and their performance parameters. |

CO5: | Student is able to study different types of ADC and their performance parameters. |

CO6: | Student is able to compare performance parameters based on study of characteristics of operational amplifier. |

CO7: | Student is able to build application circuits of opamp and study its performance. |

CO8: | Student is able to compare performance parameters based on study of characteristics of Integrated circuits. |

**EL- 123: ELECTRONICS LAB IB (1.5 Credits)**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Student is able to build op-amp configurations and study its performance. |

CO2: | Student is able to build application circuits of opamp and study its performance. |

CO3: | Student is able to build application circuits of IC555. |

CO4: | Student can understand types of ADC and DAC and its performance parameters like accuracy, resolution etc. |

CO5: | Teach the students how to analyze the results and calculate performance parameters. |

CO6: | Student is able to understand features of laboratory instruments like Ammeter, voltmeter, DMM. |

CO7: | Student is able to build application circuits of IC555 like Astable, monostable etc. |

CO8: | Student is able to understand features of laboratory instruments like Signal Generator, Function Generator, CRO etc. |

**S.Y.B.Sc. (Electronic Science) CBSC Pattern from A.Y 2020-21**

**Semester-III**

EL-231: Paper – I: Communication Electronics

EL-231: Paper – I: Communication Electronics

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | To understand different blocks in communication systems, types of noise in communication systems and its different parameters. |

CO2: | To understand need of modulation, modulation process and amplitude modulation and demodulation methods. |

CO3: | To analyses generation of FM Modulation and demodulation methods and comparison between amplitude and frequency modulation. |

CO4: | To identify different radio receivers and their performance parameters. |

CO5: | To solve problems based on AM and FM performance parameters. |

CO6: | To compare pulse modulation techniques such as PAM, PPM, PWM and compare TDM and FDM techniques used in communication. |

CO7: | Student can understand need of sampling and sampling theorem as well as know about performance parameters of digital communication. |

CO8: | To analyze difference between ASK, FSK , PSK as well as PCM and its applications. |

**Semester-III**

EL-232: Paper- II: Digital Circuit Design

EL-232: Paper- II: Digital Circuit Design

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | To distinguish between different logic families based on their performance parameters. |

CO2: | To analyze basic combinational logic circuits for simple applications. |

CO3: | To design combinational logic circuits using K maps for identified applications. |

CO4: | To design Sequential logic circuits using state diagram, excitation table for identified applications. |

CO5: | Student can understand and compare different types of ADC and their performance parameters using data sheets/manuals. |

CO6: | To understand and compare different types of DAC and their performance parameters using data sheets/manuals. |

CO7: | To understand types of ADC and its performance parameters like accuracy, resolution etc. |

CO8: | To understand types of DAC and its performance parameters like accuracy, resolution etc. |

**Semester III**

EL-233: Paper- III: Practical Course

EL-233: Paper- III: Practical Course

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Describe and explain the techniques of generation of AM/ FM and demodulation. |

CO2: | Student can design FSK generation using standard IC XR 2206 refering data manuals. |

CO3: | Describe and explain the TDM/ FDM generation technique. |

CO4: | Demonstrate PPM/PWM/PAM and PCM techniques using standard circuits in data manuals. |

CO5: | Design and build minimum complexity digital circuits using logic gates. |

CO6: | Design and analyze different combinational and sequential logic circuits using standard ICs in data manuals. |

CO7: | Design ADC/ DAC using data manuals and study its performance parameters. |

CO8: | Explain the techniques of generation of AM and demodulation. |

**Semester-IV**

EL-241: Paper - I: Analog Circuit Design

EL-241: Paper - I: Analog Circuit Design

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Design single/multistage amplifier using transistor and analyze their frequency response base on gain-bandwidth product due to coupling /bypass capacitors. |

CO2: | Classify and compare different power amplifiers. |

CO3: | Student can understand and design push pull amplifier and need of heat sinks. |

CO4: | Distinguish between Opamp Feedback circuits based on their configurations. |

CO5: | Analyze the effect of negative and positive feedback on characteristics of Op-amp. |

CO6: | Understand and analyze the need of positive feedback in oscillator circuits. |

CO7: | Design, develop and build circuits for identified applications. |

CO8: | Design procedure of different types of active filters and analyze its frequency response. |

**Semester IV**

EL-242: Paper II: Microcontroller and Python Programming

EL-242: Paper II: Microcontroller and Python Programming

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Student is able to identify the features and architectural details of microcontroller(arduino). |

CO2: | Student is able to write code/program using open source programming language (arduino) for basic identified applications. |

CO3: | Student can understand programming basics of python programming language. |

CO4: | Student can understand special features of python programming language such as importing modules, directory, tupules. |

CO5: | Student is able to design, build and implement applications using arduino and python. |

CO6: | Student is able to solve problems using programming of python. |

CO7: | Student is able to explain interfacing hardware to arduino microcontroller. |

CO8: | Student is able to write programs using programming techniques of arduino. |

**Semester IV**

EL-243: Paper- III: Practical Course

EL-243: Paper- III: Practical Course

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Student is able to describe and explain the design procedure of different types of active filters and analyze its frequency response. |

CO2: | Student is able to demonstrate positive feedback for oscillator circuits using standard ICs. |

CO3: | Student is able to describe and explain design procedure for two stage amplifiers and application circuits. |

CO4: | Student is able to design and build circuits for identified applications. |

CO5: | Student is able to design practical circuits for identified applications. |

CO6: | Student is able to develop working setup and write programs using programming techniques of arduino. |

CO7: | Student is able to demonstrate and explain interfacing hardware to arduino microcontroller. |

CO8: | Student is able to solve problems using programming techniques of python. |

**T.Y.B.Sc. (2021)**

**EL 351: Paper I: Digital Design using VERILOG**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Know and understand structure of HDL and Verilog. |

CO2: | Student can understand different modeling styles in Verilog. |

CO3: | Acquire basic programming skills in Verilog language. |

CO4: | Use Verilog effectively for simulation of digital system. |

CO5: | Use Verilog effectively for verification and synthesis of digital system. |

CO6: | Understand basics of programmable logic devices. |

CO7: | Develop digital systems using Verilog |

CO8: | Understand features and architecture of VHDL. |

**EL 352: Paper II: Microcontroller Architecture and Programming**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Student can understand the basics of microcontroller. |

CO2: | Know different types of microcontrollers. |

CO3: | Acquire basic programming skills in C language. |

CO4: | Understand and acquire basic programming skills for AVR microcontroller. |

CO5: | Simulate design digital systems using AVR microcontroller. |

CO6: | Develop AVR microcontroller based systems. |

CO7: | Inculcate basic skills required for design and development of embedded systems. |

CO8: | Student can understand features and architecture of PIC microcontroller. |

**EL 353: Paper III: Analog circuit Design and Applications**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Student can understand basics of analog circuit design. |

CO2: | Analyze waveform generators required for testing different circuits. |

CO3: | Build application circuits using specialized ICs. |

CO4: | Design analog systems using available ICs. |

CO5: | Design OP-AMP based analog system using IC’s |

CO6: | Analyze different design techniques for analog circuits and systems. |

CO7: | Analyze different test procedures for analog circuits and systems. |

CO8: | Develop analog circuit design for application. |

**EL 354: Paper IV: Nanoelectronics**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Know basic of nanoelectronics. |

CO2: | Understand basic concepts of nano electronic devices and nano technology. |

CO3: | Understand the electron transport mechanism in nanostructures. |

CO4: | Understand techniques of characterization of nanostructures. |

CO5: | Understand different devices constructed using nanotechnology. |

CO6: | Understand different analysis techniques for nanostructure |

CO7: | Analyze the different materials for nanoelectronics. |

CO8: | Develop quantum dot using LED. |

**EL 355: Paper V: Signals and Systems**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Know basics of electronic signals. |

CO2: | Know different types of systems. |

CO3: | Analyze systems using Laplace transform. |

CO4: | Analyze the Fourier analysis for system. |

CO5: | Student can understand digital signal processing system. |

CO6: | Analyze different digitization techniques for analog signals |

CO7: | Simulate filters using signal processing system. |

CO8: | Develop signal and system using analog electronics. |

**EL 356(A): Paper VI(A): Optics and Fiber Optic Communication**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Acquire Knowledge of optical fiber communication system. |

CO2: | Student can understand different parameters of optical fibers. |

CO3: | Learn essential optical components of Fiber Optic Communication. |

CO4: | Analyze optical network components. |

CO5: | Integrate fiber optical network components in variety of networking schemes. |

CO6: | Analyze different transmission characteristics of optical fiber. |

CO7: | Study architecture of optical network. |

CO8: | Simulate optics and fiber optic communication using software tool. |

**EL 357: Paper VII: Practical Course I**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Analyze different design for analog circuits and systems. |

CO2: | Study test procedures for analog circuits and systems. |

CO3: | Measure different parameters of optical fiber communication systems. |

CO4: | Understand importance of product design and entrepreneurship. |

CO5: | Develop electronic systems for given application. |

CO6: | Develop analog circuit using different designing techniques. |

CO7: | Analyze different techniques for signals and systems. |

CO8: | Build and test project like experiment for given experiment. |

**EL 358: Paper VIII: Practical Course II**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | To develop digital systems using Verilog. |

CO2: | To simulate design digital systems using Verilog. |

CO3: | To design AVR microcontroller based systems. |

CO4: | To develop AVR microcontroller based systems. |

CO5: | To understand different nanoelectronic devices. |

CO6: | To inculcate basic skills required for design embedded systems. |

CO7: | To simulate AVR based microcontroller system. |

CO8: | To development of embedded systems for different application. |

**EL 359: Paper IX: Practical Course III(Project)**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | To understand basic methodology of selection of topic for project. |

CO2: | To understand how to do literature review for selected topic for project. |

CO3: | To apply the knowledge for design and development of the selected project. |

CO4: | To use different software for successful outcome of project. |

CO5: | To use hardware for testing, validation and verification of circuits for successful outcome of project |

CO6: | To understand documentation process in the form of presentation and project report. |

CO7: | To understand process of systematic development of electronic system. |

CO8: | To development of skills for successful outcome. |

**EL 361: Paper I: Modern Communication Systems**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Student can understand the digital modulation techniques. |

CO2: | Understand different types of pulse modulation techniques. |

CO3: | Describe the evolution and importance of Mobile communication and cellular communication. |

CO4: | Know the basics of satellite communication systems. |

CO5: | Demonstrate different types of digital communication systems, |

CO6: | Analyze digital communication system. |

CO7: | Know about different satellite communication techniques. |

CO8: | To get deeper knowledge of mathematics in relation to computer graphics and to understand the foundations of geometric algebra. |

**EL 362: Paper II: Embedded System Design using Microcontrollers**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Understand features and architecture of PIC microcontroller. |

CO2: | Student can understand the basics of embedded system. |

CO3: | Demonstrate how to interface PIC microcontroller with different pheripherals |

CO4: | Acquire basic programming skills in C language for PIC. |

CO5: | Understand features and architecture of ARM microcontroller. |

CO6: | Acquire basic programming skills in C language for ARM. |

CO7: | Demonstrate embedded system using given microcontroller. |

CO8: | Develop PIC and ARM microcontroller based systems. |

**EL 363: Paper III: Industrial Electronics**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Student can understand basics of semiconductor power devices. |

CO2: | Know about power electronics. |

CO3: | Analyze basic power electronics circuits. |

CO4: | Understand basics of motor control. |

CO5: | Student can understand basics of Electric Vehicle systems. |

CO6: | Demonstrate power electronic circuits. |

CO7: | Demonstrate the application of industrial application. |

CO8: | Develop power electronic system for industrial electronics. |

**EL 364: Paper IV: Manufacturing Processes for Electronics**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Understand basics of Passive Electronic Component Manufacturing Processes. |

CO2: | Understand process involved in PCB manufacture and Modern Circuit Assembly |

CO3: | Student can understand basics of PCB. |

CO4: | Know about the PCB design technology. |

CO5: | Know about different soldering techniques. |

CO6: | Know about the Semiconductor Device and IC Fabrication Process. |

CO7: | Demonstrate manufacturing process for PCB. |

CO8: | Develop a circuit using PCB manufacturing techniques. |

**EL 365: Paper V: Process Control Systems**Student:

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Familiar with different types of sensors and related systems |

CO2: | Know different types of measurement systems. |

CO3: | Student can understand control parameters in process automation. |

CO4: | Understand different types of process control systems and their characteristics. |

CO5: | Analyze PLC SCADA using ladder programming. |

CO6: | Simulate PLC SCADA using ladder programming. |

CO7: | Demonstrate SCADA using ladder programming. |

CO8: | Develop process control system using PLC SCADA. |

**EL 366(B): Paper VI (B): Sensors and Systems**Student is able to:

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Understand basic principles and types of different sensors. |

CO2: | Student can understand basic principles and types of actuators. |

CO3: | Know about signal conditioning systems for sensors. |

CO4: | Differentiate fundamental sensor of system. |

CO5: | Know about actuators for sensor and system. |

CO6: | Student can understand different application of sensor. |

CO7: | Develop application system using sensor. |

CO8: | Analyze the role of sensor in health care and biomedical application. |

**EL 367: Paper VII: Practical Course I**Student:

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Student will be able to demonstrate power electronic circuits |

CO2: | Student will be able to demonstrate different types of digital communication systems, |

CO3: | Student can understand working principles of different power devices and their characteristics. |

CO4: | Student will be able to simulate digital communication system. |

CO5: | Student will be able to develop a system using PIC microcontroller. |

CO6: | Student will be able to design industrial electronics using power electronic. |

CO7: | Student will be able to develop process control system using PLC SCADA. |

CO8: | Student will be able to develop application system using sensor. |

**EL 368: Paper VIII: Practical Course II**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Student will be able to demonstrate how to interface PIC microcontroller with different peripherals. |

CO2: | Student will be able to design embedded systems using PIC microcontroller |

CO3: | Student will be able to design embedded systems using ARM microcontroller. |

CO4: | Student will be able to demonstrate PLC SCADA using ladder programming. |

CO5: | Student will be able to design and develop sensor systems for different applications. |

CO6: | Student will be able to simulate a embedded system using PIC microcontroller |

CO7: | Student will be able to simulate PLC SCADA using ladder programming. |

CO8: | Student will be able to develop a system using ARM microcontroller. |

**EL 369: Paper IX: Practical Course III(Project)**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Student will be able to understand basic methodology of selection of topic for project. |

CO2: | Student will be able to understand how to do literature review for selected topic for project, |

CO3: | Student will be able to apply the knowledge for design and development of the selected project. |

CO4: | Student will be able to use different software and hardware for testing, validation. |

CO5: | Student will be able to verification of circuits for successful outcome of project. |

CO6: | Student will be able to understand documentation process in the form of presentation and project report. |

CO7: | Student can understand process of systematic development of electronic system. |

CO8: | Student will be able to development of skills for successful outcome. |

**B. Sc. Mathematics**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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PO1: | Develop the ability to read and learn mathematics on his own. |

PO2: | Explain the importance of mathematics and investigate the real world problems and learn to how to apply mathematical ideas and models to those problems |

PO3: | Demonstrate the ability to apply analytical and theoretical skills to model and solve mathematical problems. |

PO4: | Recognize connections between different subjects in mathematics. |

PO5: | Conduct self-evaluation, and continuously enrich them through lifelong learning |

PO6: | Solve problems in the areas of (a) numerical analysis, (b) linear algebra, (c) real analysis. |

PO7: | Represent mathematical information numerically, symbolically, graphically, verbally. |

PO8: | Utilize technology to address mathematical ideas. |

**T.Y.B.Sc. (2021)**

**EL 351: Paper I: Digital Design using VERILOG**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (PSOs) |
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PSO1: | Help the students to enhance their knowledge and Computing skills. |

PSO2: | Think in a critical manner. |

PSO3: | Read, analyze, and write logical arguments to prove mathematical concepts. |

**FY B.Sc SEM-I**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Formulate and Explain problems in the language of sets and perform set operations, types of function and relation. |

CO2: | Use known algorithms to solve problems related to divisibility. |

CO3: | Apply the Generalised Principle of Mathematical Induction for veries examples. |

CO4: | Define the concept of prime number and use of Fermats theorem. |

CO5: | Explain basic Properties of congruence. |

CO6: | Describe basic algebraic manipulation with complex numbers and Interpret geometrically complex number representation on the Argand diagram, including the nth roots of unity. |

**Course Name: (MT-112 ) Calculus -I**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Define limit and continuity of function at certain points. |

CO2: | Recall various properties of real number and define sequence of real number. |

CO3: | Describe geometrical interpretation of limit and continuity. |

CO4: | Identify continuity of function from it’s graph. |

CO5: | Discover limit of functions. Limits of functions,Calculate supremum and infimum of given set. |

CO6: | Analyze limit of sequences. limits of sequences, Differentiate between continuous and discontinuous function. |

**Course Name: (MT-113) Mathematics Practical**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | To learn and understand Maxima basics and basic arithmetic operations |

CO2: | To learn and understand to plots in 2D and 3D |

CO3: | To design and implement Discrete plot, parametric plot, implicit plot and countour plot |

CO4: | To learn and know the concepts of sets, relations, divisibility and complex numbers |

CO5: | To learn and understand the concepts of limits, sequences, continuity and differential equations |

CO6: | To solve and demonstrate the problems. |

**FY B.Sc SEM-II**

**Course Name: (MT-121 ) Analytical Gemetry**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Identify the diagrams of line , plane , sphere and conic. |

CO2: | Recall standard equations of line, plane and sphere and conic. |

CO3: | Recall standard equations of line, plane and sphere and conic, Describe d.c.s. and d.r.s. |

CO4: | Discuss translation and rotation. |

CO5: | Calculate standard form of line,distance of a point from a plane, Distance between parallel planes, perpendicular distance of a point from a plane, Angle between a line and a plane. Note capital letters. |

CO6: | Use condition for two lines to be coplanar , Distinguish between symmetric and unsymmetrical forms of lines, Analyze plane section of a sphere. |

**Course Name: (MT-122 ) Calculus -IIn**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Recall geometrical meaning of Differentiation. |

CO2: | Define Ordinary differential Equation and Exact differential Equations. |

CO3: | Predict differentiability of function using it’s graph. |

CO4: | Explain L’Hospital rule and Condition required for exactness of differential equation. |

CO5: | Solve differential equations, Calculate nth derivative of function. |

CO6: | Analyze differentiability of function, Distinguish between separable and non-separable ordinary differential equation. |

**Course Name: (MT-123) Mathematics Practical**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | To learn and understand Maxima basics and basic arithmetic operations |

CO2: | To learn and understand to plots in 2D and 3D |

CO3: | To design and implement Discrete plot, parametric plot, implicit plot and countour plot |

CO4: | To learn and know the concepts of line, plane and sphere. |

CO5: | To learn and understand the concepts of ordinary and partial differential equations and differentiability. |

CO6: | To solve and demonstrate the problems. |

**SY B.Sc SEM-I**

**Course Name: (MT-231 ) Calculus of Several Variables**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Interprete conceptual variations while advancing from one variable to several variables in calculus. |

CO2: | Apply multivariable calculus in optimization problems. |

CO3: | Demonstrate the Inter-relationship amongst the line integral, double and triple integral formulations. |

CO4: | Identify the use of multivariable calculus tools in physics, optimization and understanding the architecture of curves and surfaces in plane and space etc. |

CO5: | Sketch the curves in Cartesian and polar coordinates system |

CO6: | Define limit and examine the continuity and understand the geometrical interpretation of differentiability. |

**Course Name: (MT232(A) ) Numerical Methods and Its Applications**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Apply numerical methods to obtain approximate solutions to mathematical problems. |

CO2: | Familiar with calculation and interpretation of errors in numerical method. |

CO3: | Construct a function which closely fits given n- points in the plane by using interpolation method. |

CO4: | Find Numerical integration, differentiation and solution to ordinary differentiao equations. |

CO5: | Investigate the solution of a nonlinear equation with single veriable. |

CO6: | Find the solution of an equation by the Bisection method and Newton-Raphson method. |

**Course Name: (MT-233) Mathematics Practical based on MT- 231 and MT -232**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Find the partial derivatives using maxima software. |

CO2: | To identify the extreme values using maxima software. |

CO3: | Solve the multiple integrals using maxima software. |

CO4: | Find the solution of algebraic and transcendental equation using maxima software. |

CO5: | Solve the problems on interpolation using maxima software. |

CO6: | Find the integral solutions and solution of first order differential equations using maxima software. |

**SY B.Sc(CS) SEM-II**

**Course Name: (MT-241 ) Linear Algebra**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Understand real vector spaces and subspaces and apply their properties. |

CO2: | Explain about Linear independence, Basis, dimensions,Row space, Column space, null space, Rank and Nullity |

CO3: | Demonstrate terms Inner product, norm as length of a vector, distance between two vectors, orthonormal basis, orthonormal projection,Gram Schmidt process of ortogonalization. |

CO4: | Explain about null space,range space, rank, nullity, Sylvester Inequality. |

CO5: | Construct and interpret linear transformations kernel and rank of linear transformations, composite transformations. |

CO6: | Express linear transforms in other forms, such as Inverse of a linear transformation, Matrix of a linear transformation, change of basis,similar matrices. |

**Course Name: (MT-242(A) ) Vector Calculus**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Analyze vector functions to find limits, derivatives, tangent lines, integrals, arc length, curvature, normal vector. |

CO2: | Compute the line integral of scalar functions and vector field. |

CO3: | Calculate work done, flow and circulation. |

CO4: | Determine gradient vector fields and find potential functions. |

CO5: | Evaluate surface integral of scalar function and vector field. |

CO6: | Apply Green's theorem, Stokes theorem, divergence theorem to find line and surface integrals. |

**Course Name: (MT-243) Mathematics Practical based on MT - 241 and MT-242**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Find the rank, echelon form, nullity, etc. using maxima software. |

CO2: | Solve system of linear equations using maxima software. |

CO3: | Check linear dependence and independence using maxima software. |

CO4: | Solve intergrals of vector functions using maxima software. |

CO5: | Find the arc length using maxima software. |

CO6: | Apply greens's theorem , gauss divergence theorem using maxima software. |

**TY B.Sc SEM-I**

**Course Name: (MT 331 ) Metric Spaces**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Identify open spheres and closed spheres, neighborhoods, open sets, interior points, closed sets. |

CO2: | Recall definition and examples of metric spaces. |

CO3: | Describe product metric spaces. |

CO4: | Discuss subspace of a metric space. |

CO5: | Calculate distance between sets and diameter of a set. |

CO6: | Use Cauchy condition, homeomorphism and extension theorem. |

**Course Name: (MT 332) Real Analysis -I**Student is able to:

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Describe the construction and properties of real numbers. |

CO2: | Justify the need for a complex number system and explain how it is related to other existing number systems. |

CO3: | Understand the concept of sequences and series with respect to the complex numbers sysytem and establish. whether a given series /sequences are convergent/divergent at a specified point or interval. |

CO4: | Understand and perform simple proofs. |

CO5: | Explain the basic idea of real analysis. |

CO6: | Apply various theorems on the existence of limits of sequences and their evaluation. |

**Course Name: (MT 334) Group Theory**Student:

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Recognize the mathematical objects called groups. |

CO2: | Relate the fundamental concepts of groups and symmetries of geometrical objects. |

CO3: | Explain the significance of the notions of cosets, normal subgroups and factor groups and analyze consequences of Lagrange's theorem. |

CO4: | Discover about structure preserving maps between groups and their consequences. |

CO5: | Identify the structure of a problem where the problem involves a permutation group. |

CO6: | Discuss group structure and their properties for finitely generated abelian groups and Construct the subgroup diagram of finite group. |

**Course Name: (MT 335)Ordinary Differential Equations**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Demonstrate understanding of the meaning of an ordinary differential equation (ODE), its order, its general solution, and its particular solution. |

CO2: | Recognize and solve different types of higher-order ODEs, using differnt methods like Method of undetermined coefficients, Method of variation of parameters, Method of reduction of order. |

CO3: | Solve examples like use of a known solution to find another and power series solutions about ordinary points and regular singular points. |

CO4: | Solve linear systems of differential equations and Describe aboute basic theory of homogeneous linear systems, constant coefficient |

**Course Name: (MT 337:A.) Operations Research**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Define the types of the variables used in Operation Research |

CO2: | Interprit the real life production or inventory problems as a LPP models. |

CO3: | Choose the proper method for solving the optimization problem . Restructure sentence- Be specific |

CO4: | Consrtuct the LPP models. |

CO5: | Analyze the given conditions to understand the model for profit or loss. |

CO6: | Understand the importance of stratogy making. |

**TY B.Sc SEM-II**

**Course Name: (MT 341) Complex Analysis**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Identify Complex Conjugates, exponential form, products and powers in exponential form. |

CO2: | Recall sums and products, basic algebraic properties. |

CO3: | Describe regions in the complex plane, the exponential functions, the logarithmic function, branches and derivatives of logarithms. |

CO4: | Discuss Cauchy-Groursat’s Theorem, Liouville’s Theorem and Fundamental Theorem of Algebra. |

CO5: | Calculate Roots of complex numbers, zeros of analytic functions, Residues. |

CO6: | Use Cauchy residue theorem, Cauchy integral formula, Liouville’s Theorem and Fundamental Theorem of Algebra. |

**Course Name: (MT 342) Real Analysis -II**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Describe fundamental proprties of the real numbers that lead to the formal development of real analysis. |

CO2: | Explain the basic idea of real analysis. |

CO3: | Describe the basic differences between the rational and the real numbers. |

CO4: | Demostrate an understanding of limits and how that are used in sequence,series and differantiation. |

CO5: | Construct rigorous mathematical proofs of basic results in real analysis. |

CO6: | State and prove the Riemann Integration and use it to show that a function is analytic. |

**Course Name: (MT 344) Ring Theory**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Explain the basic concepts of factorization of polynomials over field and their applications. |

CO2: | Recognize and use the Fermat's and Euler's theorems. |

CO3: | Distinguish the fundamental concepts in ring theory such as the concepts of ideals, quotient rings, integral domains and fields. |

CO4: | Describe about polynomial rings, fundamental properties of finite field extensions and classification of finite fields |

CO5: | Define Gaussian integers and calculate multiplicative norms to identify nature of polynomials. |

CO6: | Summarize concept of prime and maximal ideals. |

**Course Name: (MT 345) Partial Differential Equations**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Demonstrate aboute Ordinary Differential Equations in more than two variables. |

CO2: | Explain terms like Surface and Curves in Three Dimensions,Simultaneous Differential Equations of the First Order and the First Degree in three Variables. |

CO3: | Solve examples on Orthogonal Trajectories of a System of curves on a Surface,Pfaffian Differential Forms and Equations. |

CO4: | Describe theOrigin of first order Partial Differential Equations and Integral surfaces passing through given curve. |

CO5: | Define Origin of Second Order Partial Differential Equations and calculate complementary functions and particular integrals of Partial Differential Equations |

CO6: | solve Laplace equations, periodic differential equations and wave equation using separation variables method. |

**Course Name: (MT 347: A) Optimization Technique**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Understanding the Concept of optimization and classification of optimization problems. |

CO2: | Formulation simplex methods variable with upper bounds |

CO3: | Study the Queuing Model, poison and exponential distributions |

CO4: | Understand the maximization and minimization of convex functions |

CO5: | To study equality constraints, inequality constraints |

**FY BSc(Reg) – SEM I**

**PHY-111: Mechanics and Properties of Matter**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Define different types of speed, velocity and acceleration. |

CO2: | Compute average and instantaneous speed, velocity and acceleration under different situations. |

CO3: | Express laws of motion and their simple applications. |

CO4: | Apply work and energy concept to solve problems. |

CO5: | Identify four fundamental forces in nature and their relative strength. |

CO6: | Illustrate the properties of fluids like surface tension, viscosity, and their types of flow. |

CO7: | Calculate moduli of elasticity for simple cases. |

CO8: | Demonstrate usefulness of concepts of Physics in daily life . |

**PHY- 112 :Physics Principles and Applications**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Explain different atomic models and the general structure of atom. |

CO2: | Explain the atomic spectra, hydrogen atom and hydrogen spectrum. |

CO3: | Describe the atomic excitation and LASER principles. |

CO4: | Summarize applications of LASER in daily life. |

CO5: | Classify rotational and vibrational energy levels of diatomic molecules. |

CO6: | Interpret the electromagnetic waves and its spectrum. |

CO7: | Distinguish the types and sources of electromagnetic waves and applications. |

CO8: | Solve qualitative problem-solving skills in all topics covered. |

**PHY – 113 : Physics Laboratory-IA**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Acquire and practice skills to handle various instruments and equipment used in Physics lab. |

CO2: | Design experiments to test a hypothesis or to find an unknown quantity. |

CO3: | Describe the theoretical background to an experiment. |

CO4: | Infer data, draw appropriate graphs and reach conclusions. |

CO5: | Related role of computer in learning Physics concepts. |

CO6: | Explain laboratory procedures including safety and scientific methods. |

CO7: | Keep a well-maintained and instructive laboratory journal. |

CO8: | Understand role of computer in learning Physics concepts . |

**FY BSc(Reg) – SEM II**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Define the basic terms and laws of thermodynamics. |

CO2: | Find work done in various thermodynamic processes. |

CO3: | Understand laws of thermodynamics and their applications. |

CO4: | Explain principle and operation of engines, refrigerators and air conditioning. |

CO5: | Compute efficiencies of diesel engine and petrol engine. |

CO6: | Compare adiabatic and isothermal process, reversible and irreversible process, Otto and diesel cycle |

CO7: | Classify liquid and gas thermometers and their principle. |

CO8: | Relate different units of temperature. |

**PHY 122: Electricity and Magnetism**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Define electric force, field and potential, and related concepts, for stationary charges. |

CO2: | Calculate electrostatic field and potential of simple charge distributions using Coulomb's law and Gauss's law. |

CO3: | Analyze the dielectric and effect on dielectric due to electric field. |

CO4: | Define electric dipole, dipole moment, torque, polar and non-polar molecules. |

CO5: | Explain the magnetic field for steady currents using Biot-Savart and Ampere's laws. |

CO6: | Distinguish between different types of magnetic materials. |

CO7: | Define various terms related to magnetization. |

CO8: | Understand Hysteresis and its applications. |

**PHY 123: Physics Laboratory-IB**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Acquire and practice skills to handle various instruments and equipment used in Physics lab. |

CO2: | Design experiments to test a hypothesis or to find an unknown quantity. |

CO3: | Describe the theoretical background to an experiment. |

CO4: | Infer data, draw appropriate graphs and reach conclusions. |

CO5: | Related role of computer in learning Physics concepts. |

CO6: | Explain laboratory procedures including safety and scientific methods. |

CO7: | Keep a well-maintained and instructive laboratory journal. |

CO8: | Understand role of computer in learning Physics concepts. |

**SY BSc(Reg) -SEM III**

**Course Name: PHY 231-Mathematical Methods in Physics –I**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Explain basic mathematical operations using complex numbers. |

CO2: | Illustrate complex numbers in polar, exponential and Trigonometric form. |

CO3: | Calculate power and roots of a complex number using De Moivre’s Theorem. |

CO4: | Utilize the concept of partial differentiation in estimating errors, values of a function and its maxima/minima. |

CO5: | Predict the solenoidal/ irrotational /conservative nature of fields using vector multiplication. |

CO6: | Classify partial and ordinary differential equation. |

CO7: | Summarize order, degree of differential equation. |

CO8: | Find the singular points for a given differential equation. |

**Course Name: PHY 232B –Instrumentation**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Explain the principle and construction of various measuring instruments. |

CO2: | Classify the measurement of various physical quantities like force, pressure, temperature. |

CO3: | Illustrate various temperature measurement techniques like Non - electrical, Electrical and Radiation Methods. |

CO4: | Describe the functions of filters. |

CO5: | Understand the parameters, characteristics and working of transistors. |

CO6: | Design experiments using sensors. |

CO7: | Demonstrate an understanding of transducers and their classification. |

CO8: | Understands the basic principle of signal conditioning and its need. |

**Course Name: PHY 233A-Physics Practical**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Acquire and practice skills to handle instruments like CRO, signal generator, sound amplifier etc. |

CO2: | Analyze data, plot appropriate graphs and reach conclusions. |

CO3: | Set up experimental equipment to implement an experimental approach. |

CO4: | Correlate the physics theory concepts to practical application. |

CO5: | Work in a group to plan, implement and report on a project/experiment. |

CO6: | Keep a well-maintained and instructive laboratory logbook. |

CO7: | Understand role of computer in learning Physics concepts . |

CO8: | Use of MS Excel to draw graphs for frequently occurring mathematical functions in Physics. |

**SEM IV**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Differentiate between linear and angular simple harmonic motion. |

CO2: | Solve differential equation for harmonic motion under damping and forced condition. |

CO3: | Interpret the equations and graphical treatment of oscillatory motion. |

CO4: | Infer superposition of mutually perpendicular waves in terms of Lissajous pattern. |

CO5: | Calculate intensity and energy density carried by longitudinal and transverse. |

CO6: | Inspect the change in frequency of sound waves with relative motion between sound source and listener. |

CO7: | Classify various characteristics like loudness, pitch and intensity of sound like loudness, pitch and intensity of sound waves. |

CO8: | Understand meaning of Reverberation and its importance in Acoustics. |

**Course Name PHY 242: Optics**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Describe the optical principle of thin lenses and aberrations. |

CO2: | Describe construction and working of optical instruments like simple and compound microscope, grating etc. |

CO3: | Analyze the properties of image formed by lens combination and to find cardinal points. |

CO4: | Solve problems in Optics by selecting appropriate equations. |

CO5: | Understand the operation of many modern optical devices that utilize wave optics. |

CO6: | Acquire the basic concept of wave optics. |

CO7: | Compare optical phenomenon like interference, diffraction and polarization. |

CO8: | Analyze a diffraction pattern to explain resolving power of an optical instrument. |

**Course Name PHY 243: LAB-B Practical**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Acquire and practice skills to handle instruments like CRO, Signal generator, sound amplifier etc |

CO2: | Analyze data, plot appropriate graphs and reach at conclusions. |

CO3: | Set up experimental equipment to implement an experimental approach |

CO4: | Investigate the theoretical background of an experiment |

CO5: | Use of MS Excel to draw graphs for frequently occurring mathematical functions in Physics. |

CO6: | Work in a group to plan, implement and report on a project/experiment. |

CO7: | Keep a well-maintained and instructive laboratory logbook. |

CO8: | Keep a well-maintained and instructive laboratory logbook. |

**BSc (Chemistry & Physics)**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

PO1: | Acquire the fundamental knowledge of chemistry including basic concepts and principles of different branches of chemistry. |

PO2: | Develop ability to apply basic knowledge of chemistry. |

PO3: | Develop skills in proper handling of chemicals as well as different analytic techniques and experimental methods required to study different branches of chemistry |

PO4: | Identify the role of chemistry in nature and society. |

PO5: | Be familiarized with the emerging trends in chemistry and their applications so as to apprise the students of its relevance in future studies. |

PO6: | Make effective use of different graphical techniques, presentations and reports in scientific areas. |

PO7: | Recognize principles behind different industrial processes and apply them for synthesis of simple commercially important compounds. |

PO8: | Develop ability to identify and solve problems in the field of chemistry. |

**BSc (Chemistry & Physics)**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

PSO1: | Recall the fundamental concepts of Physical, Inorganic, and Organic chemistry. |

PSO2: | Perform quantitative as well as qualitative analysis of organic and inorganic compounds as per laboratory manual. |

PSO3: | Illustrate different applications of physical, inorganic, organic and analytical chemistry in pharmaceutical, agriculture and chemical industries. |

**FY BSc(Reg) – SEM I - Chemistry**

**FY BSc(Reg) : CH 101 : Physical Chemistry**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Apply thermodynamic principles and laws to physical and chemical processes. |

CO2: | Calculate enthalpy, bond energy, bond dissociation energy, resonance energy and study Kirchhoff’s equation. |

CO3: | Understand Relation between free energy and equilibrium, factors affecting on equilibrium constant, study VantHaff equation. |

CO4: | Interpret the equilibrium constant and responses of equilibrium to various conditions. |

CO5: | Understand Van’t Haff equation and its application. |

CO6: | Distinguish between strong, moderate and weak electrolytes according to their degree of Ionization. |

CO7: | Understand concept of pH scale, related concepts like common ion effect, hydrolysis Constant, ionic product, solubility product. |

CO8: | Explain degree of hydrolysis and pH for different salts, buffer solutions. |

**Course Name: CH -102 Organic Chemistry**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Develop foundation for research and development in chemistry. |

CO2: | Understand bonding and relativities of organic molecules. |

CO3: | Understand nomenclature, properties, preparation and reactions of alkanes, alkenes and alkynes. |

CO4: | Predict aromaticity of organic compounds based on Huckel’s rule of aromaticity. |

CO5: | Understand the concept of optical, geometrical and conformational isomerism. |

CO6: | Predict the preparation reaction and chemical reaction of different hydrocarbons such as alkane, alkene and alkyne. |

**Course Name: CH-103 – Chemistry Practical**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Explain importance of proper handling of chemicals and safety measures to be taken while working in laboratory. |

CO2: | Perform elemental analysis of organic compounds. |

CO3: | Understand the principle behind buffer action and to prepare buffer solutions |

CO4: | Determine heat changes accompanying some common reactions such as neutralization ionization etc. |

CO5: | Learn techniques of pH measurements. |

CO6: | Know different chromatographic techniques for separation of components of mixture. |

**FY BSc(Reg) – SEM II**

**Course Name: CH-201: Inorganic Chemistry**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Understand various theories and principles applied to atomic structure and concept of quantum mechanics. |

CO2: | Know time independent Schrodinger equation and its application to draw different atomic orbitals. |

CO3: | Discuss the period’s properties of elements with reference to s and p block. |

CO4: | Electronic configurations of the atoms, stability of half-filled and completely filled orbitals concept of exchange energy. |

CO5: | Describe Block, group, modern periodic law and periodicity. |

CO6: | Explain the types of chemical bond, energy consideration in ionic bonding, lattice and solvation energy and their importance in the context of stability and solubility of ionic compounds. |

CO7: | Explain concepts of analytical chemistry and perform calculation of different terms used in analytical chemistry. |

CO8: | Interpret concept of different types of valence shell electron pairs and their contribution in bonding. |

**Course Name: CH-202: Analytical Chemistry**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Introduce analytical chemistry as an important tool to solve common analytical problems. |

CO2: | Understand some important units of measurements and units of concentrations. |

CO3: | Know the Chemical stoichiometry, Empirical and Molecular Formulas and problems based on Stoichiometry. |

CO4: | Perform Qualitative Analysis of Organic Compounds by different methods. |

CO5: | Understand Chromatographic Techniques like Paper and Thin Layer Chromatography. |

CO6: | Know theory of pH meter and its application. |

**Course Name: CH-203 Chemistry Practical II**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Draw polar plots of s and p orbital. |

CO2: | Synthesize some commercially important inorganic compounds from waste scrap material as a raw material. |

CO3: | Synthesize some commercially important inorganic compounds from waste scrap material as a raw material. |

CO4: | Purify organic compounds by crystallization, sublimation etc. |

CO5: | Explain some reactions and mechanisms involved in them. |

CO6: | Develop practical skills in chemistry. |

**SY BSc(Reg) -SEM III**

**Course Name: CH 301: Physical and Analytical Chemistry**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Explain integrated rate laws, characteristics, expression for half-life and examples of zero order, first order, and second order reactionsC |

CO2: | Determination of order of reaction by integrated rate equation method, graphical method, half-life method and differential method. |

CO3: | Explain adsorption, classification of given processes into physical and chemical adsorption. |

CO4: | Explain adsorption results in the light of Langmuir adsorption isotherm, Freundlich’s adsorption Isotherm and BET theory. |

CO5: | Define, explain and compare meaning of accuracy and precision and apply the methods of expressing the errors in analysis from results. |

CO6: | Apply statistical methods to express his / her analytical results in laboratory. |

CO7: | Explain different terms in volumetric analysis such as units of concentration, indicator, equivalence point, end point, standard solutions, primary and secondary standards, complexing agent, precipitating agent, oxidizing agent, reducing agent, redox indicators, acid base indicators, metallochome indicators, etc. |

CO8: | Construct acid – base titration curves and performs choice of indicator for particular titration |

**Course Name: CH 302- Organic and Inorganic chemistry**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Draw and explain MO energy level diagrams for homo and hetero diatomic molecules. |

CO2: | Differentiate between primary and secondary valency. |

CO3: | Identify and draw the structures aromatic hydrocarbons from their names. |

CO4: | Write the mechanism of Nucleophilic Substitution (SN1, SN2 and SNi) reactions. |

CO5: | Explain important reactions of alcohols and phenols. |

**Course Name: CH 303- SY Chemistry Practical**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Calibrate the apparatus like burette, pipette and volumetric flask. |

CO2: | Verify theoretical principles experimentally to understand the determination of heat of solution, equivalent weight, viscosity etc. |

CO3: | Perform the inorganic and organic qualitative analysis. |

CO4: | Carry out quantitative analysis by volumetric method. |

CO5: | Recognize applications of types of titrations for various estimations. |

CO6: | Verify theoretical principles experimentally and interpret the experimental data. |

CO7: | Set up the apparatus and prepare the solutions for properly designed experiments. |

CO8: | Perform the quantitative chemical analysis of substances explain principles behind it. |

**SEM IV**

**SY B.Sc. (Reg) CH:401- Physical and Analytical Chemistry**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Explain meaning and types of equilibrium such as true or static, metastable and unstable equilibrium. |

CO2: | Explain one component system with respect to: description of the curve, phase rule relationship |

CO3: | Explain thermodynamic aspects of Ideal solutions-Gibbs free energy change, volume change, enthalpy change and entropy change of mixing of Ideal solution. |

CO4: | Apply solvent extraction to separate the components from mixture interest. |

CO5: | Define different terms in conductometry such as electrolytic conductance, resistance, conductance, Ohm’s law, cell constant, specific and equivalent conductance, molar conductance, Kohlrausch's law, etc. |

CO6: | Apply conductometric methods of analysis to real problem in analytical laboratory. |

CO7: | Define different terms in Colorimetry such as radiant power, transmittance, absorbance, molar, Lamberts Law, Beer’s Law, molar absorptivity. |

CO8: | Apply column chromatographic process for real analysis in analytical laboratory. |

**Course Name: CH-402- INORGANIC AND ORGANIC CHEMISTRY**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Explain different types of isomerism in coordination complexes. |

CO2: | Apply principles of VBT to explain bonding in coordination compound of different geometries. |

CO3: | Calculate field stabilization energy and magnetic moment for various complexes. |

CO4: | Correlate reagent and reactions of aldehydes and ketones. |

CO5: | Explain important reactions of carboxylic acids and their derivatives. |

CO6: | Draw the structures of different conformations of cyclohexane. |

**Course Name: CH 403 - Chemistry Practical**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Verify theoretical principles experimentally. |

CO2: | Interpret the experimental data on the basis of theoretical principles. |

CO3: | Understand theoretical principles by experiment or explain practical output with the help of theory. |

CO4: | Understand systematic methods of identification of substance by chemical methods. |

CO5: | Write balanced equation for all the chemical reactions performed in the laboratory. |

CO6: | Perform organic and inorganic synthesis and able to follow the progress of the chemical reaction. |

CO7: | Set up the apparatus properly for the designed experiments. |

CO8: | Perform the quantitative chemical analysis of substances and able to explain principles behind it. |

**TY BSc Chemistry – SEM V**

**Course Name: DSEC-I: CH-501: Physical Chemistry- I**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Understand Quantum Mechanics, De Broglie hypothesis the uncertainty principle and operators. |

CO2: | Solve the Schrodinger equation for 1D, 2D and 3D model g Schrodinger equation for 1D, 2D and 3D model. |

CO3: | Understand the meaning of electrical polarization of molecule, induced, orientation polarization and types of molecular spectra. |

CO4: | Study the Rotational spectra of rigid diatomic molecules, selection rules, nature of spectral lines. |

CO5: | Investigate the molecular structure by vibrational spectra of diatomic molecules, selection rules, and nature of spectral lines. |

CO6: | Draw the Stokes and anti-Stokes lines in a Raman spectrum. |

CO7: | Understand the various photochemical laws like Grothus - Draper law, Stark-Einstein law and concept of Quantum yield. |

CO8: | Study different photochemical reactions like photosynthesis, photolysis, photocatalysis, and photosensitization. |

**Course Name: DSEC-I: CH-502: Analytical Chemistry I**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Define basic terms in gravimetry, spectrophotometry, qualitative analysis and parameters in instrumental analysis |

CO2: | Identify important parameters in analytical processes or estimations. |

CO3: | Explain different principles involved in the gravimetry, spectrophotometry, parameters in instrumental analysis, qualitative analysis. |

CO4: | Perform quantitative calculations depending upon equations student has studied in the theory. |

CO5: | Discuss the procedure for different types analyses included in the syllabus. |

CO6: | Differentiate among the different analytical terms, process and analytical methods. |

CO7: | Design analytical procedure for given sample. |

CO8: | Apply whatever theoretical principles he has studied in theory during practical session in laboratory. |

**Course Name: DSEC-I: CH-503: Physical Chemistry Practical – I**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Determine the refractive index and specific refractivity’s of the given liquids and hence to determine the unknown composition. |

CO2: | Perform Spectrophotometer and Colorimetric experiments. |

CO3: | Perform conductometric titration using conductivity meter. |

CO4: | Determine the order of reaction for the oxidation of alcohol by potassium dichromate and potassium permanganate in acidic medium calorimetrically. |

CO5: | Determine velocity constant, normality, strength of given acid by conductance measurement. |

CO6: | Determine the molecular weight of a high polymer. |

CO7: | Analyse of Riboflavin from vitamin supplementary capsules / syrup / tablet sample by Photoflurometry. |

CO8: | Do analysis of the given vibration-rotation spectrum of HCl (g). |

**Course Name: DSEC-II: CH-504: Inorganic Chemistry - I**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Explain electro neutrality principle and different types of pi bonding. |

CO2: | Explain MOT of Octahedral complexes with sigma bonding and Charge Transfer Spectra. |

CO3: | Understand about inert and labile complexes and stability of complexes in aqueous solutions. |

CO4: | Gain the knowledge of inorganic reaction mechanisms available in the literature to solve chemical problems. |

CO5: | Know trends in periodic properties of these elements w.r.t. size of atom and ions, reactivity, catalytic activity, oxidation state, complex formation ability, color, magnetic properties, non-stoichiometry, density, melting point, boiling point. |

CO6: | Explain the meaning of term f-block elements, Inner transition elements, lanthanides, actinides and electronic configuration of lanthanides and actinides. |

CO7: | Explain the electrical conductivity of metals with respect to valence electrons and the effect of temperature and impurity on conductivity of metals and semiconductors. |

CO8: | Explain the meaning of super conductors and their structure, discovery and applications of superconductors. |

**Course Name: DSEC-II: CH-505: Industrial Chemistry - I**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
---|---|

CO1: | Understand importance of chemical industry, Meaning of the terms involved and Comparison between batch and continuous process. |

CO2: | Understand Concept of basic chemicals, their uses and manufacturing process. |

CO3: | Know the physico-chemical principals involved in manufacturing process. |

CO4: | Know importance of sugar industry, consumption (plantation white) sugar with flow diagram. |

CO5: | Understand, importance and basic requirement of fermentation process and manufacturing of ethyl alcohol by using molasses and fruit juice. |

CO6: | Explain chemistry of soap, raw materials required for soap manufacture and different terms involved in it. |

CO7: | Understand about dyes, dye intermediates, structural features of a dye and classification of dyes and their synthesis, Structures, properties and application. |

CO8: | Understand about pigments, classification and general properties of pigment and their production. |

**Course Name: DSEC-II: CH-506: Inorganic Chemistry Practical – I**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Analyse the Iron, Barium, Nickel by Gravimetric Analysis. |

CO2: | Analyse sodium bicarbonate from mixture by thermal decomposition method. |

CO3: | Determine water of crystallization by thermal decomposition. |

CO4: | Analyze the Food/Pharmaceutical sample for ash and sulphated ash example-Aspirin. |

CO5: | Prepare Inorganic complexes. |

CO6: | Do spot tests for metal ions and ligands. |

CO7: | Perform Inorganic Qualitative analysis of simple water soluble mixture, mixtures containing borates and mixtures containing phosphates. |

CO8: | Perform limit tests and confirmatory test. |

**Course Name: CH-507: Organic Chemistry – I**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Define and classify polynuclear and hetreonuclear aromatic hydrocarbons and write the structure, synthesis of polynuclear and hetreonuclear aromatic hydrocarbons. |

CO2: | Describe the synthesis of chemical reactions of polynuclear and hetreonuclear aromatic Hydrocarbons. |

CO3: | Understand the meaning of active methylene group and reactivity of methylene group. |

CO4: | Predict product with panning or supply the reagent/s for these reactions. |

CO5: | Understand different types of intermediate in rearrangement reactions. |

CO6: | Write the mechanism of some named rearrangement reactions and their applications. |

CO7: | Understand stereochemistry by using models and learn reactivity of geometrical isomers. |

CO8: | Explain effect of factors on the rate elimination reactions. |

**Course Name: DSEC-III: CH-508: Chemistry of Biomolecules.**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Understand cell types, difference between a bacterial cell, plant cell and animal cell. |

CO2: | Understand biological composition and organization of cell membrane, structure and function of various cell organelles of plant and animal cell. |

CO3: | Understand the types of carbohydrates and their biochemical significance in living organisms, structure of carbohydrates and reactions of carbohydrates with Glucose as example. |

CO4: | Know the types of lipids with examples, structure of lipids, properties of lipids. |

CO5: | Understand the structure and types of amino acids, reactions of amino acids, properties of amino acids, peptide bond formation. |

CO6: | Understand types of proteins, structural features in proteins, effect of pH on structure of amino acid, and determination of N and C terminus of peptide chain. |

CO7: | Know the classes of enzymes with subclasses enzyme specificity, equations of enzyme kinetics Km and its significance, features of various types of enzyme inhibitions and industrial applications of enzymes. |

CO8: | Understand basic concepts of Endocrinology, types of Endocrine glands and their hormones. |

**Course Name: DSEC-III: CH-509: Organic Chemistry Practical-I**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Perform the quantitative chemical analysis of binary mixture, explain principles behind it and separate, purify and analyse binary water insoluble mixture and soluble mixture. |

CO2: | Understand the techniques involving drying and recrystallization by various methods and familiarize the test involving identification of special elements. |

CO3: | Learn the basic principles of green and sustainable chemistry and synthesis of various organic compounds through greener approach. |

CO4: | Learn alternative solvent media and energy sources for chemical processes. |

CO5: | Learn the preparations of derivative various functional groups aspects of electrical experiments. |

CO6: | Understand the techniques involving drying and recrystallization by various method. |

CO7: | Expertise the various techniques of preparation and analysis of organic substances. |

CO8: | Understand principle of Thin Layer Chromatographic techniques and the purification technique used in organic chemistry. |

**Course Name: CH-510 (A) : Introduction to Medicinal Chemistry**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Understand the basics of medicinal chemistry, biophysical properties. |

CO2: | Understand overview of basic concepts of traditional systems of medicine. |

CO3: | Understand over view of the overall process of drug discovery. |

CO4: | Understand the role played by medicinal chemistry in this process. |

CO5: | Explain biological activity parameters and importance of stereochemistry of drugs and receptors. |

CO6: | Know mechanism of action of drugs belonging to the classes of infectious and non-infectious diseases. |

CO7: | Gain knowledge of Anti-inflammatory and Analgesic Agents, Psychoactive Agents, Metallodrugs as Chemotherapeutic Agents. |

CO8: | Enhancement of practical skills in synthesis, purification and analysis. |

**Course Name: CH-511 (A): Environmental Chemistry**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Understand the importance and conservation of environment. |

CO2: | Understand importance of biogeochemical cycles. |

CO3: | Know about water resources. |

CO4: | Explain hydrological Cycle, Organic and inorganic pollutants and water quality parameters. |

CO5: | Knowledge Water quality parameters and standards, domestic water quality parameters, surface water, sampling, preservation, monitoring techniques and methodology. |

CO6: | Perform water analysis for different parameter. |

CO7: | Understand water pollutants, Eutrophication and Waste water treatment. |

CO8: | Perform different test for domestic waste water, aerobic treatment, anaerobic treatment, upflow aerobic sludge bed, industrial waste water treatment, drinking water supplies, Trace elements in water, chemical speciation |

**SEM VI**

**Course Name: DSEC-IV: CH-601 : Physical Chemistry-II**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Understand about electrochemical cells, thermodynamic conditions of reversible cell, and explanations of reversible and irreversible electrochemical cell with suitable example. |

CO2: | Know about construction of primary and secondary reference cell and apply Nernst equation. |

CO3: | Apply emf measurements for determination of pH of a solution by using hydrogen electrode, quinhydrone electrode and glass electrodes and Potentiometric titrations. |

CO4: | Explain about types of fuel cells, advantages, disadvantages of these fuels cells, comparison of battery Vs fuel cell. |

CO5: | Know about Bravais lattices, space groups, seven crystal systems and fourteen Bravais lattices, Cubic lattice and types of cubic lattice. |

CO6: | Use methods of Crystal structure analysis by the Laue method and Bragg’s method. |

CO7: | Perform detection and measurement of Radioactivity by Cloud chamber, Ionization Chamber, Geiger-Muller Counter, Scintillation Counter, Film Badges. |

CO8: | Understand application of radioisotopes as a tracer by Chemical investigation- Esterification, Friedel - Craft reaction and structure determination w.r.t PCl5, Age determination use of tritium and C14 dating. |

**Course Name: DSEC-IV: CH-602: Physical Chemistry-III**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Understand the meaning of the terms-Solution, electrolytes, non electrolytes and colligative properties , lowering of vapour pressure of solvent in solution, |

CO2: | Apply colligative properties to determine molecular weight of non electrolyte, abnormal molecular weight. |

CO3: | Study factors affecting on solid state reactions and rate laws for reactions in solid state. |

CO4: | Apply rate laws for solid state reactions evaluate results of kinetics studies. |

CO5: | Understand Cohesive Energy of ionic crystals based on coulomb’s law and Born Haber Cycle and Correspondence between energy levels in the atom and energy bands in solid. |

CO6: | Explain role of impurity in transformation of insulator into semiconductor and Temperature dependant conductivity semiconductors |

CO7: | Know the history of polymers, its classification of polymers. |

CO8: | Find out Molecular weight of polymers. |

**Course Name: DSEC-IV: CH-603: Physical Chemistry Practical-II**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Perform potentiometry experiment to find out pKa, formal redox potential and solubility products. |

CO2: | Abel to perform Volumetric titrations. |

CO3: | Perform pH metry experiment to find out degree of hydrolysis, dissociation constant and pKa of week acid. |

CO4: | Perform pH metric titration of strong acid against strong base by pH measurement and hence determine the concentration and strength of strong acid. |

CO5: | Determine plateau voltage of the given G M counter, resolving time of GM counter and Emax of beta particle. |

CO6: | Study colligative properties and its application. |

CO7: | Determine the molecular weight of a given polymer by turbidometry. |

CO8: | Analyse crystal structure from X-ray diffraction spectra of any two compounds. |

**Course Name: DSEC-V: CH-604 : Inorganic Chemistry -II**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Understand M-C bond , organometallic compounds and multiple bonding due to CO ligand. |

CO2: | Know methods of synthesis of binary metal carbonyls. |

CO3: | Understand the essential properties of homogeneous catalysts-Give the catalytic reactions for Wilkinson’s Catalysis, hydroformylation reaction, Monsanto acetic acid synthesis, Heck reaction. |

CO4: | Understand the classification and essential properties of heterogeneous catalysts. |

CO5: | Identify the biological role of inorganic ions & compounds. ii. Know the abundance of elements in living system and earth crust. |

CO6: | Know the types of Inorganic and synthesis, structural aspects of Inorganic polymers. |

CO7: | Understand Inorganic polymers and their use. |

CO8: | Understand Preparation of inorganic solids by various methods and inorganic liquid crystals. |

**Course Name: DSEC-V: CH-605: Inorganic Chemistry -III**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Understand concept of acid base and their theories and they will also come to know different properties of acids and bases. |

CO2: | Know about acid and base strengths affected in non-aqueous solvents. |

CO3: | Solve simple problems based on Pauling’s univalent radii and crystal. |

CO4: | Solve simple problems based on Born- Haber cycle and Know the defects in Ionic solids. |

CO5: | Explain different Zeolite Framework Types and their classification and Zeolite synthesis and their structure. |

CO6: | Know various methods of nanoparticle synthesis and stabilization of Nanoparticles in solution. |

CO7: | Understand properties and application of Nanoparticles and know about carbon nanotube and its application. |

CO8: | Know toxic chemical in the environment and the impact of toxic chemicals on enzyme. |

**Course Name: DSEC-V: CH-606: Inorganic Chemistry Practical-II**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Analyse phosphate and borate from the given sample. |

CO2: | Estimate Na and K from te given sample by Flame Photometry. |

CO3: | Do purification of water using cation/anion exchange resin and analysis by qualitative analysis. |

CO4: | Synthesize Silver and ZnO nano particles. |

CO5: | Do verification of periodic trends using solubility of alkaline earth metal hydroxides. |

CO6: | Perform synthesis of amine complexes of Ni(II) and its ligand exchange reaction. |

CO7: | Perform Solvent free microwave assisted one pot synthesis of pthalocynin copper (II) complex. |

CO8: | Do band gap calculation for the nanomaterial TiO2/ SnO2/ ZnO from its electronic spectra (UV-Visible). |

**Course Name: DSEC-VI: CH-607: Organic Chemistry-II**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Learn the interaction of radiations with matter and understand different regions of electromagnetic radiations. |

CO2: | Learn the principle of mass spectroscopy, its instrumentation and nature of mass spectrum. |

CO3: | Understand the principle of UV spectroscopy and the nature of UV spectrum and types of electronic excitations. |

CO4: | Understand the principle of UV spectroscopy and the nature of UV spectrum. They will learn types of electronic excitations. |

CO5: | Interpret the NMR data and they will be able to use it for determination of structure of organic compounds. |

CO6: | Determine the structure of simple organic compounds on the basis of spectral data such as λ max values, IR frequencies, chemical shift (δ values). |

CO7: | Learn the use of models to draw different types of disubstituted cyclohexanes in chair form. |

CO8: | Use models and to draw different types of conformational isomers of decalin in chair form. |

**Course Name: DSEC-VI: CH-608: Organic Chemistry-III**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Understand different aspects of retro synthesis like disconnection, Synthons, Synthetic equivalence, FGI, TM, one group disconnection. |

CO2: | Explain Synthesis of target molecules. |

CO3: | Explain Chemistry of reactive intermediates. |

CO4: | Explain different rearrangement reactions. |

CO5: | Understand preparation and applications of oxidizing reagent. |

CO6: | Understand preparation and applications of reducing reagent. |

CO7: | Understand isolation, classification of terpenoids. |

CO8: | Understand extraction, purification, some examples of alkaloids and their natural resources. |

**Course Name: DSEC-VI: CH-609: Organic Chemistry Practical-II**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Explain “fingerprint region” of an infrared spectrum can used in the identification of an unknown compound. |

CO2: | Identify the functional group or groups present in a compound. |

CO3: | Achieve the practical skills required to estimations of glucose and glycine. |

CO4: | Determine the molecular weight of given tribasic acids. |

CO5: | Understand the equipment for extraction. |

CO6: | Gain practical hands-on experience of modern Extraction. |

CO7: | Define the basic parameters in chromatography. |

CO8: | Explain the types of mobile phase and elution. |

**Course Name: CH-610 (A): Chemistry of Soil and Agrochemicals**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Understand the different components and properties of soil. |

CO2: | Know classification of soil on the basis of pH. |

CO3: | Identify the problematic soil and recommend method for their reclamation. |

CO4: | Explain the different plant nutrients required for plants and their functions. |

CO5: | Understand the role of various fertilizers and manures required for plant growth. |

CO6: | Apply the various methods and their techniques in analysis of soil. |

CO7: | Know importance of manures as compared to chemical fertilizers. |

CO8: | Explain various pesticides, insecticides, fungicides and herbicides |

**Course Name: CH-611(A): Analytical Chemistry-II**

Sr.No. | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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CO1: | Define basic terms in solvent extraction, basics of chromatography, HPLC, GC, and AAS and AES. |

CO2: | Identify important parameters in analytical processes or estimations. |

CO3: | Explain different principles involved in the analyses using solvent extraction, basics of instrumental chromatography, HPLC, GC, and atomic spectroscopic techniques. |

CO4: | Perform quantitative calculations depending upon equations students has studied in the theory. |

CO5: | Describe procedure for different types of analysis. |

CO6: | Select particular method of analysis if analyte sample is given. |

CO7: | Compare among the different analytical terms, process and analytical methods. |

CO8: | Explain theoretical principles with help of practical. |