Sr.No.Program Outcomes (POs)
PO1: An ability to learning the mathematics, science and computer fundamentals to find the optimum solution of complex Computer Science problems.
PO2: design and development principles in the construction of software systems of varying complexities.
PO3: An ability to develop the skills to present ideas effectively and efficiently.
PO4: An ability to solve problems (programming networking database and Web design) in the Information Technology environment.
PO5: An ability to design computer based solutions for various technical problems.
PO6: An ability to ensure professional development growth through contextual, reflective and lifelong learning.
PO7: Ability to design, correctly implement and document solutions to significant computational problems.
PO8: prepare for continued professional development.
PO9: An ability todevelop proficiency in the practice of computing.
PO10: An ability to learn current technical concepts and practices in the core development of solutions in the form of Information technology.
Sr.No.Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)
PSO1: To develop the ability to use the information & facts gained during the course of the program from Mathematics, Basic Computing, electronics Sciences and Statistics in general and all computer science courses in particular to identify, formulate and solve real life complex problems faced in industries and/or during research work with due consideration for the public health and safety, in the context of cultural, societal, and environmental situations.
PSO2: To enhance the ability to distinguish a problem, identify and define the computing requirements, which may be appropriate to its solution and it also enable learners to design, implement, and estimate a computer-based system, process, component, or program to meet desired needs.
PSO3: To develop team spirit so that student can function effectively on teams to accomplish a common goal. It also helps students to distinguish between the local and global impact of computing on individuals, organizations, and society. An ability to assist and manage the execution of an effective project plan.

Course Name: CS-101 Problem Solving using Computer & ‘C’ Programming
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Explain the basic concepts of program development statements and its syntax.
CO2: Describe the various types of arrays and its structure.
CO3: Define the various types of Functions and String handling mechanisms.
CO4: Summarize the structures and Unions.
CO5: Demonstrate the various operations performed on different types of files.
CO6: Design and use the code and test a ‘C’ Program to solve a computational problem.
CO7: Illustrate the flowchart and design an algorithm for a given problem.
Course Name: CS-102 Database Management Systems
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Define the fundamentals of File processing and database processing system.
CO2: Relate the various data model and its application.
CO3: Relate the various normal forms and its role in DBMS.
CO4: Describe the fundamental concepts of SQL programs.
CO5: Construct the concepts of function, procedure, package, trigger and exception handling.
CO6: Interpret an E R diagram.
CO7: Design the Normalize the database.
Course Name: CS-103 -Lab Course I (C Programming)
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Read, understand and trace the execution of programs written in C language.
CO2: Write the C code for a given algorithm.
CO3: Write the C code using data types & operators.
CO4: Implement function for writing the program.
CO5: Implement the loop control structure for writing the code.
CO6: Implement Programs with pointers and arrays, perform pointer arithmetic, and use the pre-processor.
CO7: Implement the file handling for writing C code.
Course Name: CS-104 -Lab Course II (HTML & SQL)
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Read, understand and design to create database and relation by using DDL commands.
CO2: Design conceptual models of a database using ER modeling for real life applications.
CO3: Implement Select, Nested queries, join on database.
CO4: Write queries in SQL to retrieve any type of information from a data base.
CO5: Design and implement all the basic and advance tag of HTML.
CO6: Designing the frame and table in HTML.
CO7: Designing website using HTML language.
Course Name: MTC-101 Discrete Mathematics
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Recall sets, cardinality of set, operations on set
CO2: Define equivalence relations & partial ordering relations.
CO3: Describe relations, types of relations, equivalence relations and partial ordering relations, digraphs of relations, matrix representation and composition of relations.
CO4: Identify the difference between Product Rule & the Sum Rule.
CO5: Discover Disjunctive normal form & Conjunctive normal Form of Boolean functions and Calculate transitive closure using Warshall’s Algorithm.
CO6: Analyze The Inclusion- Exclusion Principle.
CO7: Differentiate between Homogeneous and nonhomogeneous Recurrence Relations
Course Name: MTC-102 Algebra and Calculus
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Find G.C.D and L.C.M. of numbers.
CO2: Understand the concept of Congruence relations.
CO3: Define continuity of function at certain points
CO4: Recall geometrical meaning of Differentiation.
CO5: Calculate nth derivative of function.
CO6: Explain L’Hospital rule
CO7: Carry out matrix operations, Solve systems of linear equations using multiple methods, including Gaussian elimination and LU Factorization.
CO8: Understand the concepts of rank of matrix, row rank and column rank.
Course Name: MT-103 Mathematics Practical
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Prepare logical statements using logical connectives.
CO2: To solve recurrence relations
CO3: To solve problems on Groups
CO4: Identify connected graph, disconnected graph.
CO5: Able to classify different types of graphs.
CO6: Identify the continuity of functions at various points.
CO7: Able to solve system of linear equations.
Course Name: ELC-101 Principles of Analog Electronics
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Can understand working of semiconductor devices like Diodes, BJT and MOSFET.
CO2: Is able to distinguish between BJT and MOSFET.
CO3: Acquire basic knowledge on the working of various semi-conductor devices
CO4: Develop analysis capability in BJT and FET Amplifier Circuits
CO5: Learn to calculate resolution, error and accuracy of ADC and DAC
CO6: Understand various elementary electronic circuits such as power supplies and oscillators
CO7: Also gets familiar with data converters which is helpful in real life applications.
CO8: Acquire the knowledge about the characteristics and working principles of semiconductor diodes, Bipolar Junction Transistor
Course Name: ELC 102- Principles of Digital Electronics
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Is able to understand the different number systems which are used in digital electronics.
CO2: Acquire knowledge on basic digital electronic gates.
CO3: Is able to reduce any complex logic circuit into simple logic circuit by applying the Boolean algebra and K-Map techniques.
CO4: Is able to analyze how the combinational circuits work in digital electronics
CO5: Can distinguish different logic families used in VLSI technology
CO6: To get an insight about the basic introduction of Digital electronics.
CO7: At the end of this course, the student can interpret the role of digital electronics in various fields such as computer systems, VLSI technology etc.
Course Name: ELC 103- Electronics Practical course
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Recognize various electronic components and their usage in electronic circuits also Know the working and Applications of various Diodes
CO2: Student can identify different electronic components & is familiar with its working principle and Study different meters and instruments for measurement of electrical quantities.
CO3: Is able to build small hobby projects in Electronics by making use of active, passive components.
CO4: Based on basic knowledge given to them regarding IC Technology, Student is using different integrated circuits (ics) in there projects.
CO5: Based on basic knowledge given to them regarding IC Technology, Student is using different integrated circuits (ics) in there projects.
CO6: Is able to perform simulations for designing and analyzing diode/transistor circuits
CO7: After completion of this course student is able to understand different types of DAC and their performance parameters
Course Name-: ST-101 Statistical Methods-I
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
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, bivaiate and multivariate data.
CO5: Compute the correlation coefficient for bivariate data and interpret it.
CO6: Use the regression (linear, non-linear and multiple) and Time series techniques for forecasting purpose.
CO7: Summarize and analyze the data using MS-Excel.
CO8: Fit the regression models and check the goodness of fit using MS-Excel.
Course Name: ST-102 Statistical Methods-II
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Distinguish between random and non-random experiments.
CO2: Calculate the simple and conditional probabilities of events.
CO3: Calculate the posterior probabilities by using Bayes’ theorem.
CO4: Apply standard probability distribution to real life situations.
CO5: Calculate the mean and variance of continuous random variable.
CO6: Apply parametric and non-parametric tests to real life situations.
CO7: Use the simulation techniques to generate random sample from the distributions like, uniform, exponential and normal.
CO8: Fit the probability models using MS-Excel.
CO9: Simulate the random numbers from given distributions using MS-Excel.
Course Name- ST-103 Statistics Practical (Paper-III)
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Calculate measures of central tendency and dispersion viz. Mean, mode, median, variance, standard deviation and coefficient of variation and interpret them.
CO2: Calculate measures of moments, skewness and kurtosis and interpret the nature of the distribution.
CO3: Calculate simple, conditional probabilities and independence for the given real life problems.
CO4: Fit the probability models and find the expected frequencies for the distributions like binomial, Poisson and normal.
CO5: Fit the regression models (linear, non-linear and multiple) for the given data and find the estimate and goodness of fit of the model.
CO6: Estimate the trend as a component of time series using the method of moving averages.
CO7: Simulate the random sample from the given distribution.
CO8: Apply the parametric and non-parametric tests for given real life problems.
CO9: Use MS-Excel for data representation by means of diagrams, calculating descriptive statistics, fitting probability models, and regression models, simulating random numbers from given distributions.
SY B.Sc(CS) Course Name: CS-211 Data Structures Using C
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Design and implement various basic and advanced data structures.
CO2: Introduce various techniques for representation of the data in the real world.
CO3: Describe and remember algorithms and its analysis procedure.
CO4: Introduce the concept of data structures through ADT including List, Stack, Queues etc.
CO5: Develop application using data structure algorithms..
CO6: Compute the complexity of various algorithms.
CO7: Implement appropriate sorting/searching technique for given problem.
Course Name: CS-212 Relational Database management System
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Describe a sound introduction to the discipline of database management systems.
CO2: Design conceptual models of a database using ER modeling on the relational model of data and usage of Relational Algebra. Introduce various techniques for representation of the data in the real world.
CO3: Demonstrate the principles behind systematic database design approaches by covering conceptual design, logical design through normalization.
CO4: Learn and apply Structured query language (SQL) for database definition and database manipulation.
CO5: Illustrate the RDBMS concepts and explain the concepts of security of database
CO6: Explain various concepts of transactions & deadlock and find transactions trapped in it.
CO7: Express database crash and recovery management.
Course Name: CS-221 Object Oriented Concepts Using C++ Programming
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Inculcate information on Object-oriented programming concepts using C++ by discussing fundamentals and basic concepts of object oriented programming concepts includes classes, objects, virtual functions, inline functions, friend functions, strings, Exceptions, pointers and files.
CO2: Explain the top-down and bottom-up programming approach and use a bottom up approach to solve real world problems.
CO3: Describe the concept of inheritance and use it for real world problems.
CO4: Discuss the generic data type for the data type independent programming which relates it to reusability.
CO5: Handle large data set using File I/O.
CO6: Illustrate the process of data file manipulations using C++.
Course Name: CS-222 Software Engineering
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Define and explain the fundamental facts in science, mathematics, fundamentals of computer science, software engineering and multidisciplinary engineering to begin in practice as a software developer.
CO2: Design as well as prepare a system, components of System, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, manufacturability, sustainability, ethical, health and safety.
CO3: Explain the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for S/W Development practice.
CO4: Differentiate, design and manage the development of a computing based system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints in one or more application domains.
CO5: Get the awareness about the system, construct some logic, interpret the overall system/process to estimate the given problem and after it construct an application to produce a desired result/solution.
CO6: Demonstrate an understanding of and apply current theories, models, and techniques that provide a basis for the software lifecycle.
Course Name: CS 223-Lab Course 1 (DS & CPP)
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Implement basic data structures such as arrays and linked list.
CO2: Programs to demonstrate fundamental algorithmic problems including Tree Traversals, Graph traversals, and shortest paths.
CO3: Implement various searching and sorting algorithms.
CO4: Programs to demonstrate the implementation of various operations on stack and queue.
CO5: Develop solutions for a range of problems using objects and classes.
CO6: Programs to demonstrate the implementation of constructors, destructors and operator overloading.
CO7: Apply fundamental algorithmic problems including type casting, inheritance, and polymorphism.
CO8: Understand generic programming, templates, file handling.
Course Name: CS 224 -Lab Course II (Database Practical& Mini Project)
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Implement Basic DDL, DML and DCL commands.
CO2: Understand Data selection and operators used in queries and restrict data retrieval and control the display order.
CO3: Write sub queries and understand their purpose.
CO4: Use Aggregate and group functions to summarize data.
CO5: Join multiple tables using different types of joins.
CO6: Able to prepare SRS document, design document, test cases and software configuration management and risk management related document.
Course Name: MT-211 Applied Algebra
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Describe 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 the knowledge of definitions of Eigen values and eigenvectors.
CO4: Explain about Digonalization of matrix and Quadratic forms.
CO5: Identify Linear Transformations, General linear transformations and estimate Kernel and range, Rank nullity theorem.
CO6: Describe Inverse linear transformation, Matrix of general linear transformation.
CO7: Analyze Groups and Coding and also explain about Cyclic group, normal subgroup, products and quotients of groups.
CO8: Apply the knowledge of Coding, decoding of binary information in error detection ,error correction and Public key cryptology.
Course Name: MT-212 Numerical Analysis
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Demonstrate understanding of common numerical methods and how they are used to obtain approximate solutions to mathematical problems.
CO2: Apply numerical methods to obtain approximate solutions to mathematical problems.
CO3: Construct a function which closely fits given n- points in the plane by using different interpolation formulae.
CO4: Express the intermediate value theorem.
CO5: Using appropriate numerical methods, determine the solutions to given non-linear equations.
Course Name: MT-221 Computational Geometry
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Discuss applications of Computational Geometry to graphical rendering.
CO2: Apply geometric techniques to real-world problems in graphics.
CO3: Get acquainted with the typical problems of computational geometry.
CO4: Understand the existing solutions and their applications in computer graphics and machine vision.
CO5: Implement algorithms of triangulation and of two-dimensional convex hull generation in geometric problems.
CO6: Demonstrate the ability to implement the algorithms in the course
CO7: Demonstrate the ability to do mathematical derivation of the algorithms in the course.
CO8: To get deeper knowledge of mathematics in relation to computer graphics and to understand the foundations of geometric algebra.
CO9: A student should be made aware of history of mathematics and hence of its past, present and future role as part of our culture.
CO10: Apply their skills and knowledge, that is, translate information presented verbally into mathematical form, select and use appropriate mathematical formulae or techniques in order to process the information and draw the relevant conclusion.
CO11: A student should get adequate exposure to global and local concerns that explore them many aspects of Mathematical Sciences.
CO12: Describe and construct basic geometric shapes and concepts by computational means
Course Name: MT-222 Operations Research
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Define the types of the variables used in Operations Research
CO2: Interpret the real life production or inventory problems as a LPP models.
CO3: Choose the proper method for solving the problem.
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.
Course Name: MT-223 Mathematics Practical
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Use basic commands in Scilab.
CO2: Implement numerical methods using Scilab Programming.
CO3: Write efficient, well-documented Scilab code and present numerical results in an informative way.
CO4: Understand basic commands and codes in C-programming
CO5: To make use of TORA for solution of L.P.P., Transportation and Assignment Problem.
Course Name: ELC 211 Digital system Hardware Student:
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Learns the basics of Digital Systems.
CO2: Understands the working of a microprocessor.
CO3: Using different Logic gates and minimization techniques like laws of Boolean Algebra and K-map.
CO4: Able to design and implement different logic circuits such as Counter, random sequence generator etc
CO5: Gets familiar with core architecture of microprocessor and its entire primary feature with their applications.
CO6: Also gets familiar with types of memory and its working principle.
CO7: Gets acquainted with concepts of multiprocessor and multicore architecture.
Course Name: ELC 212 A nalog Systems Student:
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Can understand the concept of analog electronic system.
CO2: Is able to analyze different types of sensor its parameters, working principle and applications.
CO3: Can understand different blocks of signal conditioning circuits and its role in analog electronic systems. They also get familiar with data converters which is helpful in real life applications.
CO4: Understands the working of data convertor circuits and their applications in analog electronic system.
CO5: Learned to integrate the sensors, signal conditioning circuits, data converters and actuators to design real life application circuits of analog electronic system.
CO6: Can apply the knowledge of analog circuits in different applications
Course Name: ELC 221-8051 Architecture, Interfacing & Programming Student is able to:
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: To differentiate microprocessor and microcontroller.
CO2: Describe the architecture of 8051 and able to write assembly language program for 8 bit microcontroller
CO3: Understand the basic architecture of 8051 microcontroller with its Programming model, assembly Instruction set and Organization.
CO4: Design a stand alone system through programming and interfacing techniques.
CO5: Design program to interface LCD, Stepper motor, ADC and DAC.
CO6: Compare PIC and ARM, advanced microcontroller, which are the basic building block element of an Embedded System.
CO7: Write advanced microcontroller programming for real life application
Course Name: ELC 222-Communication Principles Student:
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Can understand the basics of Electronic Communication System.
CO2: Gets acquainted with concepts of modulation, demodulation and multiplexing techniques.
CO3: Understand and identify the fundamental concepts and various components of analog communication systems.
CO4: Understand the basics of Communication System with transmission medium and modulation schemes; understand the concepts of cellular systems
CO5: Knows and learns the basics of communication systems and telephone system
CO6: Is able to enumerate the latest digital communication techniques like GSM, GPRS etc.
CO7: Learned the difference between wired and wireless communication and different types of advanced wireless communication techniques, such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, RFID and Zigbee.
Course Name: ELC 203-Electronics Practical
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Interface the basic peripherals to 8051 based microcontroller for real world applications and study of hardware and software tools.Can understand the basics of Electronic Communication System.
CO2: Student understand principles of sensors their characteristics
CO3: Student is able to design Traffic Light Control System.
CO4: Design and implementation of logic is constructed, tested and verified.
CO5: Student is able to Sensor based signal conditioning through ADC/DAC converter is studied.
CO6: Real world programming is done using 8051 Microcontroller by integrating firmware and hardware to become an embedded system.
CO7: Through practical approach Student is able to understand concepts of modulation and multiplexing.
TY B.Sc(CS) Course Name: CS-331 System Programming & Operating System
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Describe the basic components of an operating system and their role in implementations for general purpose, real-time and embedded applications.
CO2: Define the concepts of processes, threads, asynchronous signals and competitive system resource allocation.
CO3: Explain what multi-tasking is and outline standard scheduling algorithms for Multi-tasking.
CO4: Discuss mutual exclusion principles and their use in concurrent programming including semaphore construction and resource allocation.
CO5: Expose the details of major operating system concepts, overview of system memory management and the implementation of file systems.
CO6: Explain the basics of system programs like editors, compiler, assembler, linker, loader, interpreter and debugger.
CO7: Describe the various concepts of assemblers and microprocessors.
Course Name: CS-332 Theoretical Computer Science
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Discuss about the different types of language & their application
CO2: Describe the role of the Finite Automata
CO3: Describe the role of the Regular expression & its real life application in programming
CO4: Explain the use of context free languages.
CO5: Explain the push down automata.
CO6: Identify and design truing machine.
Course Name: CS-333 Computer Networks
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Inculcate information on Networking concepts and technologies like wireless, broadband.
CO2: Explain the local, metropolitan and wide area networks using the Standard OSI reference model.
CO3: Choose various networking technologies.
CO4: Classify the concepts of protocols, network interfaces and categorize of performance issues in local area networks and wide area networks.
CO5: Summarize wireless networking concepts, contemporary issues in networking technologies, network tools and network programming.
CO6: Design of different types of protocol and the comparison of number of data link, network and transport layer protocols.
CO7: Identify and understand various techniques and modes of transmission
CO8: Describe data link protocols, multi-channel access protocols and IEEE 802 standards for LAN. Understand network security and define various protocols such as FTP, HTTP, Telnet, DNS
Course Name: CS-334 Internet Programming -I
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Describe the features like functions, forms in PHP, Files handling, OOPs concepts, Cookies, Sessions and Database, draw images on the server with AJAX.
CO2: Write PHP programs
CO3: Describe, Classify and use the role languages like HTML, CSS, XML, JavaScript and protocols in the workings of web and web applications.
CO4: Explain about network and security programming using Java and state about the application of dynamic page functionality in web pages using CGI, Servlets, JSP, ASP.
CO5: Design and communicate between client and server using Java and construct a good, effective and dynamic website.
CO6: Implement interactive web page(s) using HTML, CSS and JavaScript.
CO7: Build Dynamic web site using server-side PHP Programming and Database connectivity.
Course Name: CS-335 Java Programming - I
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Inculcate facts about Programming logic concepts, which enables the students to design a wide range of Applications and Applets using Java by perceiving the fundamentals of object oriented programming in Java, including defining classes, invoking methods, using class libraries, etc.
CO2: Explain the programming language design, syntax and semantics
CO3: Describe the critical thinking skills through solving programming problems and modify the existing code.
CO4: Distinguish the standard syntax for java programs and other programming Tools.
CO5: Distinguish the different kind of streams used in java programming language.
CO6: Describe the animation and events based advanced java program concepts (Applet).
CO7: Write the java programs using object oriented class with parameters, constructors, utility, calculations, methods including inheritance, test classes and exception handling.They can able to develop the new application/projects
Course Name: CS-336 Object Oriented Software Engineering
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: To state and describe various O-O concepts along with their applicability contexts.
CO2: Identify domain objects, their properties, and relationships among them.
CO3: Identify and model/represent domain constraints on the objects and (or) on their relationships.
CO4: Develop design solutions for problems on various O-O concepts
CO5: To distinguish various modeling techniques to model different perspectives of object-oriented software design (UML).
CO6: To plan software development life cycle for Object-Oriented solutions for Real-World Problems.
Course Name: CS-341 Operating System
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: To describe the role of operating system in their management policies and algorithms.
CO2: To know about the services provided by operating systems.
CO3: Understand the process management policies and scheduling of processes by CPU.
CO4: Describe and analyze the memory management and its allocation policies.
CO5: Identify the need to create the special purpose operating system.
CO6: Understand the structure of operating systems, applications, and the relationship between them.
Course Name: CS-342 Compiler Constructions
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: To define the phases of a typical compiler, including the front- and backend.
CO2: To learn working of compiler and non compiler applications.
CO3: To Identify tokens of a typical high-level programming language, regular expressions for tokens and design and implement a lexical analyzer using a typical scanner generator.
CO4: To know about Code Optimization and compiler generation tools and techniques.
CO5: Design a compiler for a simple programming language.
CO6: Explain the role of different types of runtime environments.
Course Name: CS-343 Computer Networks
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: To inculcate knowledge on Networking concepts and network security concepts.
CO2: To explain the protocols at transport layer such as UDP, TCP and SCTP.
CO3: To choose from various encryption techniques to encode plaint text.
CO4: To classify the connecting devices working at each.
CO5: To summarize wired and wireless networking concepts, networking technologies, network tools and network security concepts.
CO6: Design of different types of protocol at application layer such as DNS, EMAIL, HTTP, WWW etc.
Course Name: CS-344 Internet Programming – II
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: To learn different technologies used at client Side Scripting Language
CO2: To learn XML,CSS and XML parsers.
CO3: One PHP framework for effective design of web application.
CO4: To learn JavaScript to program the behavior of web pages.
CO5: To learn AJAX to make our application more dynamic.
CO6: How to handle email with PHP and email structure
Course Name: CS-345 Programming in Java - II
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: To learnObject Oriented Programming language to handle abnormal termination of a program using exception handling.
CO2: Tolearn database programming using Java.
CO3: To study web development concept using Servlet and JSP.
CO4: To develop a game application using multithreading.
CO5: To learn socket programming concept.
CO6: They can able to develop the new web/standalone application.
Course Name: CS-346 Computer Graphics
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Summarize concept Graphics concepts.
CO2: Provide comprehensive introduction about computer graphics system, design algorithms and two dimensional transformations.
CO3: Demonstrate techniques of clipping, three dimensional graphics and three dimensional transformations.
CO4: Describe and summarize the design, development and testing of modeling, rendering, shading and animation.
CO5: Understand the basics of computer graphics, different graphics systems and applications of computer graphics.
CO6: Discuss various algorithms for scan conversion and filling of basic objects and their comparative analysis.
CO7: Use of geometric transformations on graphics objects and their application in composite form.
Course Name: CS 347 -Lab Course I (SYSPRO & OS)
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Design and implement systems programs with minimal features to understand their complexity.
CO2: Design and implement simulations of operating system level procedures.
CO3: Develop programs for assembly language.
CO4: To learn the mechanism involved in memory management in OS.
CO5: To gain knowledge on operating system concepts that includes CPU scheduling algorithm, Bankers algorithm etc.
CO6: To learn programmatically to implement simple OS mechanism i.e. Shell Programming.
CO7: To learn file management system of OS.
Course Name: CS 348 -Lab Course II (Programming in JAVAI& II& Computer Graaphics)
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Implement Object Oriented programming concept using basic syntaxes of controls Structures, strings and function for developing of logic.
CO2: Implement classes, objects, members of a class and the relationships among them and find the solution to problem.
CO3: Implement reusability using inheritance, interfaces and packages.
CO4: Implement andunderstand the use of different exception handling mechanisms and concept of multithreading for application development.
CO5: Design GUI in Java using Applet & AWT along with events.
CO6: Implement, Design & develop complex Graphical user interfaces.
Course Name: CS 349 -Lab Course III (Internet Programming& Project)
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Understand, analyze and apply the role of languages like HTML, DHTML, CSS, JavaScript and PHP.
CO2: Analyze a web page and identify its elements and attributes.
CO3: Create web pages using HTML and Cascading Style Sheets.
CO4: Create dynamic web pages using JavaScript, XML.
CO5: Build web applications using PHP.
CO6: Understand to connect webpage with any database.
CO7: Designing website using HTML& PHP language.