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Course Outcomes (CO)

COURSE OUTCOMES OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING(AIML)
1 II-I DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
CO1:Ability to understand and construct precise mathematical proofs.
CO2:Ability to use logic and set theory to formulate precise statements.
CO3:Ability to analyze and solve counting problems on finite and discrete structures
CO4:Ability to describe and manipulate sequences.
CO5:Ability to apply graph theory in solving computing problems.
2 II-I DATA STRUCTURE
CO1: Ability to select the data structures that efficiently model the information in a problem.
CO2: Ability to assess efficiency trade-offs among different data structure implementations or combinations.
CO3: Implement and know the application of algorithms for sorting and pattern matching.
CO4: Design programs using a variety of data structures, including hash tables, binary and general tree structures, search trees, tries, heaps, graphs, and AVL-trees.
3 II-I MATHEMATICAL AND STATISTICAL FOUNDATION
CO1:Apply the number theory concepts to cryptography domain
CO2:Apply the concepts of probability and distributions to some case studies 
CO3:Correlate the material of one unit to the material in other units
CO4:Resolve the potential misconceptions and hazards in each topic of study. 
4 II-I COMPUTER ORGANISATION AND ARCHITECTURE
CO1:Understand the basics of instruction sets and their impact on processor design.
CO2:Demonstrate an understanding of the design of the functional units of a digital computer system.
CO3:Evaluate cost performance and design trade-offs in designing and constructing a computer processor including memory.
CO4:Design a pipeline for consistent execution of instructions with minimum hazards.
CO5:Recognize and manipulate representations of numbers stored in digital computers
5 II-I PYTHON PROGRAMMING
CO1:Examine Python syntax and semantics and be fluent in the use of Python flow control and functions.
CO2:Demonstrate proficiency in handling Strings and File Systems.
CO3:Create  , run and manipulate Python Programs using core data structures like Lists ,Dictionaries and use Regular Expressions.
CO4:Interpret the concepts of Object-Oriented Programming as used in Python.
CO5:Implement exemplary applications related to Network Programming, Web Services and Databases in Python.
6 II-I BUSINESS ECONOMICS & FINANCIAL ANALYSIS
CO 1: Understand microeconomic factors in related to demand analysis and its forecasting    
CO 2: Apply the theory of production function and Cost concepts to determine the Break Even Analysis.
CO 3: Remember different market structures, pricing strategies and different forms business organization
CO 4: Determine the investment decisions of organizations by applying capital budgeting methods and Strategies
CO 5: Interpret the financial statement by using Fundamental accounting concepts and Ratio analysis
7 II-I DATA STRUCTURE LAB
CO 1: Understand the concept of data structures, python and apply algorithm for solving problems like Sorting, searching, insertion and deletion of data. 
CO 2: Understand linear data structures for processing of ordered or unordered data. 
CO 3: Explore various operations on dynamic data structures like single linked list, circular linked list and doubly linked list. 
CO 4: Explore the concept of non linear data structures such as trees and graphs. 
CO 5: Understand the binary search trees, hash function, and concepts of collision and its resolution methods.
8 II-I PYTHON PROGRAMMING LAB
CO1:Student should be able to understand the basic concepts scripting and the contributions of scripting language
CO2:Ability to explore python especially the object-oriented concepts, and the built in objects of Python.
CO3:Ability to create practical and contemporary applications such as TCP/IP network programming, Web applications, discrete event simulations
CO4:To understand a range of Object-Oriented Programming, as well as in-depth data and information processing techniques.
CO5:To understand the high-performance programs designed to strengthen the practical expertise
9 II-I GENDER SENSITIZATION LAB
CO1: Students will have developed a betterunderstanding of important issues related togender in contemporaryIndia.
CO2: Students will be sensitized to basicdimensions of the biological, sociological,psychological and legal aspects of gender.This will be achieved through discussion ofmaterials derived from research, facts,everydaylife,literatureandfilm.
CO3: Students will attain a finer grasp of howgenderdiscriminationworksinoursocietyand howtocounter it.
CO4: Students will acquire insight into thegendereddivisionoflabouranditsrelationtopoliticsandeconomics.
CO5: Men and women students and professionalswill be better equipped to work and livetogether asequals
10 II-II FORMAL LANGUAGE AND AUTOMATA THEORY
CO1:Able to understand the concept of abstract machines and their power to recognize the languages
CO2:Able to employ finite state machines for modeling and solving computing problems.
CO3:Able to design context free grammars for formal languages.
CO4:Able to distinguish between decidability and undecidability.
CO5:Able to gain proficiency with mathematical tools and formal methods.
11 II-II SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
CO1:Students will be able to decompose the given project in various phases of a life cycle.
CO2:Students will be able to choose appropriate process model depending on the user requirements.
CO3:Students will be able perform various life cycle activities like Analysis, Design, Implementation, Testing and Maintenance.
CO4:Students will be able to know various processes used in all the phases of the product.
CO5:Students can apply the knowledge, techniques, and skills in the development of a software product.
12 II-II OPERATING SYSTEM
CO1: Will be able to control access to a computerand thefilesthatmaybeshared.
CO2: Demonstrate the knowledge of thecomponentsofcomputerandtheirrespectiverolesin computing.
CO3:Abilitytorecognizeandresolveuserproblems with standard operatingenvironments.
CO4: Gain practical knowledge of howprogramminglanguages,operatingsystems,andarchitecturesinteractand how touse
eacheffectively.
13 II-II DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
CO1:Identify the basic elements of a relational database management system
CO2:Examine the data models and apply to solve the relevant problems associated with it
CO3:Design entity relationship model and convert entity relationship diagrams into RDBMS and formulate SQL queries on the data.
CO4:Correlate normalization for the development of application software and the use of SQL for database creation and maintenance.
CO5:Compare different storage structures.
14 II-II OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING USING JAVA
CO1:Able to solve real world problems using OOP techniques.
CO2:Able to solve problems using java collection framework and I/o classes.
CO3:Able to develop multithreaded applications with synchronization.
CO4:Able to develop applets for web applications.
CO5:Able to design GUI based applications.
15 II-II OPERATING SYSTEM LAB
CO1: Simulate and implement operating systemconcepts such as scheduling, deadlockmanagement, file management and memorymanagement.
CO2:Ableto implementCprogramsusingUnix
systemcalls
16 II-II DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM LAB
CO1:Identify the basic elements of a relational database management system
CO2:Acquire skills in using SQL commands for data definition and data manipulation.
CO3:Design entity relationship model and convert entity relationship diagrams into RDBMS and formulate SQL queries on the data.
CO4:Design database schema for a given application and apply normalization
CO5:Develop solutions for database applications Using procedures, cursors and triggers
17 II-II JAVA PROGRAMMING LAB
CO1:Able to solve real world problems using OOP techniques.
CO2:Able to solve problems using java collection framework and I/o classes.
CO3:Able to develop multithreaded applications with synchronization.
CO4:Able to develop applets for web applications.
CO5:Able to design GUI based applications.
18 II-II CONSTITUTION OF INDIA
CO1:Historical perspective of the Constitution of India
CO2:Scheme of the fundamental rights
CO3:Amendment of the Constitutional Powers and Procedure
CO4:Local Self Government ‚Äď Constitutional Scheme in India
CO5:Scope of the Right to Life and Personal Liberty under Article 21