Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering is versatile and ever-green branch of engineering. A Electrical Engineer can work in various specialised areas like Instrumentation & Control Engineering, Power Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Switch-gear & Automation Engineering, Panel Design Engineering, Dynamic Systems and Controls, Energy Management Systems, and most importantly in software field also. The department has high end software like MATLAB / Simulink Modelling. The department has Eleven laboratories, well equipped with modern equipment’s.


  • We, at Electrical Engineering Department, nurture and groom, creative and ignited minds to compete globally in all the fields of engineering.


To provide state-of-the-art resources that contribute to attain excellence in teaching-learning practices

  • To provide a platform for outstanding intellectuals o perform in their area of expertise.
  • To manoeuvre students for entrepreneurship and innovation at global platform.
  • To cultivate students with social and professional ethics.

Program Educational Objectives (PEO’s)

  • To train students into professionals who can hold appropriate positions in the area of Electrical Power Generation tiding over the crisis, Utilization of power: Efficiency, Reliability, Conservation, Availability, Quality, Transmission Distribution and control, Protection and safety, Costing and audit , Systems approach, Electronics, Data processing and computing.
  • To train students for Engineering professions of the kind, Operational, Maintenance, Research and innovation, Design, Manufacturing, Services, Testing, Installation, Planning, Academics, Inter-disciplinary, Defense, Management, Entrepreneurship, Further studies; Core-Technical, Further studies: Management, Further studies: Software.
  • Objective is to develop students into good human beings, useful to the society through their core expertise, with good human values and professional ethics. Objective is to develop them for lifelong learning process in the core area, by giving them the state of the art technology and the learning process.

Program Outcomes (PO’s)

  • Fundamental knowledge and exposure to basic sciences to support the core (Electrical) engineering stream.
  • Skill development and knowledge to use the mathematics and other basic
  • sciences as a tool for the core (Electrical) engineering program.
  • Knowledge and exposure to other engineering sciences and social sciences,
  • aiding the program core (Electrical) with due consideration to interdisciplinary intricacies.
  • To develop skills to analyze the core (Electrical) engineering problems, through experimentation and analysis.
  • To develop the “understanding and the skills” needed to analyze core (Electrical) engineering problems which are complex and need to be learnt through scaled down lab-models, or simulations (Computer based).
  • Development of soft skills to aid the core engineering discipline.
  • To give basic understanding of economic, social, legal and safety issues associated with core (Electrical)engineering discipline.
  • To impart knowledge related to renewable energy sources and energy conservation issues, point towards sustainable development, though the core
  • (Electrical) engineering discipline.
  • To impart knowledge related to professional practices applicable to engineering practices.
  • Personality development to work in groups required for the system science
  • related complex problems with multidisciplinary knowledge requirement through the program specific electives.
  • To impart knowledge required for effective professional communications through technical writing, reports and presentations.
  • Skill development and knowledge in the area of core engineering activates (Electrical, Electronics, Power and Control) specific to the program.
  • To impart education to learn over and above the planned curriculum leading self and lifelong learning habits.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO)

  • Specify, architect, design and analyze systems that efficiently generate, transmit, distribute and utilize electrical power.
  • Specify, design, prototype and test modern electronic systems that perform analog and digital processing functions.
  • Analyze and design modern electrical drive systems and modern lighting systems .
  • Understand the  principles and construction of electrical machines and determine their performance through testing.
Year Subject and COs
SE Sem I Course : Power Generation Technologies Course Code: 203141
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Identify components and elaborate working principle of conventional power plants.
CO2 Recognize the importance and opportunities of renewable energies.
CO3 Calculate and control power output of wind solar, and hydro power plant.
CO4  Describe process of grid interconnection of distributed generation and requirement
CO5 Interpret the environmental and social impact of various generation technologies.
Course : Engineering Mathematics-III Course Code: 207006
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Solve higher order linear differential equation using appropriate techniques to model and analyze electrical circuits.
CO2 Apply Integral transforms such as Laplace transform, Fourier transform and Z-Transform to solve problems related to signal processing and control systems.
CO3 Apply Statistical methods like correlation, regression and Probability theory as applicable to analyze and interpret experimental data related to energy management, power systems, testing and quality control.
CO4  Perform Vector differentiation and integration, analyze the vector fields and apply to wave theory and electro-magnetic fields.
CO5 Analyze Complex functions, conformal mappings, and perform contour integration in the study of electrostatics, signal and image processing.
Course : Material Science  Course Code: 203142
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Discuss classification,properties and characteristics of different electrical engineering materials.
CO2 State various applicationsmeasuring methods for parameters of different classes of electrical engineering materials.
CO3 Solve simple problems based on dielectric, magnetic and conducting materials
CO4 Apply knowledge of Nano-technology to electrical engineering.
CO5 Execute tests ondielectric, insulating, magnetic, conducting, resistive materials as per IS to decide the quality of thematerials.
CO6 Create learning resource material ethically to demonstrate self learning leading to lifelong learning skills and usage of ICT/ online technology through collaborative/active learning activities.
Course : Analog And Digital Electronics Course Code: 203143
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Design logical, sequential and combinational digital circuit using K-Map.
CO2  Demonstrate different digital memories and programmable logic families.
CO3  Apply and analyze applications of OPAMP in open and closed loop condition.
CO4 Design uncontrolled rectifier with given specifications.
Course : Electrical Measurements and Instrumentation Course Code: 203144
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Define various characteristic and classify measuring instruments along with range extension techniques.
CO2 Apply measurement techniques for measurement of resistance, inductance and capacitance.
CO3 Demonstrate construction, working principle of electrodynamo type and induction type instruments for measurement of power and energy.
CO4 Make use of CRO for measurement of voltage, current and frequency.
CO5 Classify transducer and apply it for measurement of physical parameters in real time.
Course : Soft Skills Course Code:203151
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 DoSWOC analysis.
CO2 Develop presentation and take part in group discussion.
CO3 Understand and implement etiquette in workplace and in society at large.
CO4 Work in team with team spirit.
CO5 Utilize the techniques for time management and stress management.
Course : Applications of Mathematics in Electrical Engineering  Course Code:203150
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Apply fundamentals of mathematics in solving electrical engineering problem
CO2 Analyze complex electrical engineering problem using mathematical techniques.
CO3  Implement program and simulation for problems in electrical engineering.
CO4 Demonstrate self lifelong learning skills with applications of mathematics in electrical engineering through software.
Course :Solar Thermal System  Course Code: 203152 (A)
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Differentiate between types of solar Concentrators
CO2  Apply software tool for solar concentrators
CO3  Design different types of Solar collectors and balance of plant
Course :C Language Programming  Course Code: 203152 (B)
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Elaborate data types, arithmetic, logical and conditional operators
CO2 Apply control and looping statements in C programming
CO3 Write programming using C language with functions, arrays and pointers.
SE Sem II Course : Power System I Course Code: 203145
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Recognize different patterns of load curve and calculate associated different factors with it and tariff.
CO2  Draft specifications of electrical equipment in power station.
CO3 Design electrical and mechanical aspects in overhead transmission and underground cables.
CO4  Evaluate the inductance and capacitance of different transmission line configurations.
CO5 Analyse the performance of short and medium transmission lines
Course : Electrical Machines I Course Code:203146
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Evaluate performance parameters of transformer with experimentation and demonstrate construction along with specifications as per standards.
CO2 Distinguish between various types of transformer connections as per vector groups with application and to perform parallel operation of single/three phase transformers.
CO3  Select and draft specifications of DC machines and Induction motors for various applications along with speed control methods.
CO4 Justify the need of starters in electrical machines with merits and demerits.
CO5  Test and evaluate performance of DC machines and Induction motors as per IS standard.
Course : Network Analysis Course Code:203147
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Calculate current/voltage in electrical circuits using simplification techniques, Mesh, Nodal analysis and network theorems.
CO2 Analyze the response of RLC circuit with electrical supply in transient and stead state.
CO3 Apply Laplace transform to analyze behaviour of an electrical circuit.
CO4 Derive formula and solve numerical of two port network and Design of filters
CO5 Applyknowledge of network theory to find transfer function, poles and zeroes location to perform stability analysis and parallel resonance
Course : Numerical Methods and Computer Programming Course Code: 203148
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Demonstrate types of errors in computation and their causes of occurrence.
CO2 Calculate root of algebraic and transcendental equations using various methods.
CO3 Apply numerical methods for various mathematical problems such as interpolation, numerical differentiation, integration and ordinary differential equation.
CO4  Solve linear simultaneous equation using direct and indirect method.
CO5 Develop algorithms and write computer programs for various numerical methods.
Course : Fundamentals of Microcontroller and Applications Course Code: 203149
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Describe the architecture and features of various types of the microcontroller.
CO2 Illustrate addressing modes and execute programs in assembly language for the microcontroller.
CO3 Write programs in C language for microcontroller 8051.
CO4  Elaborate interrupt structure of 8051 and program to handle interrupt and ADC809
CO5 Define the protocol for serial communication and understand the microcontroller development systems.
CO6 Interface input output devices and measure electrical parameters with 8051 in real time.
Course : Solar Photovoltaic Systems  Course Code: 203153(A)
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Design of Solar PV system for small and large installations
CO2 Handle software tools for Solar PV systems
Course : Installation & Maintenance of Electrical appliances  Course Code: 203153(B)
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Observing the safety precautions while working
CO2 Test line cord for continuity with test lamp/ multimeter
CO3 Dismantle and reassemble an electric iron
CO4 Heater, kettle, room heater, toaster, hair dryer, mixer grinder,fan, lamp etc
Course : Project Based Learning Course Code: 203152
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Identify, formulate, and analyze the simple project problem.
CO2 Apply knowledge of mathematics, basic sciences, and electrical engineering fundamentals to develop solutions for the project.
CO3 Learn to work in teams, and to plan and carry out different tasks that are required during a project.
CO4 Understand their own and their team-mate’s strengths and skills.
CO5 Draw information from a variety of sources and be able to filter and summarize the relevant points.
CO6 Communicate to different audiences in oral, visual, and written forms.
TE Sem I Course : Industrial And Technology Management Course Code: 303141
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Differentiate between different types of business organizations and discuss the fundamentals of economics and management.
CO2 Explain the importance of technology management and quality management.
CO3 Explain the importance of IPR and role of Human Resource Management.
CO4 Understand the importance of Quality and its significance.
CO5 Describe the characteristics of marketing & its types and overview of financial Management.
CO6 Discuss the qualities of a good leader and road map to Entrepreneurship.
Course :Advanced Microcontroller and Embedded System  Course Code:303145(A)
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Explain architecture of PIC 18F458 microcontroller, its instructions and the addressing
CO2 Use Ports and timers for peripheral interfacing and delay generation.
CO3 Interface special and generate events using CCP module
CO4 Effectively use interrupt structure in internal and External interrupt mode.
CO5 Effectively use ADC for parameter measurement and also understand LCD interfacing.
CO6 Use Serial Communication and various serial communication protocols
Course :Digital Signal Processing  Course Code:303145(B)
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Analyse discrete time signals and systems.
CO2 Construct frequency response of LTI system using Fourier Transform.
CO3 Design and realize IIR and FIR filters.
CO4 Apply concepts of DSP in applications of electrical engineering.
Course : Electrical Machines II Course Code: 303143
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Learn construction, working principle of three phase Synchronous Machines, Induction Motors, A.C. Series Motor and Special Purpose Motors.
CO2 Understand characteristics of three phase Synchronous Machines, Induction Motors, A.C. Series Motor and Special Purpose Motors.
CO3 Select the above machines in Power System, industrial, household & Military Engineering applications.
CO4 Testing of machines to evaluate the performance through experimentation.
Course :  Power Electronics  Course Code: 303142
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Develop characteristics of different power electronic switching devices.
CO2 Reproduce working principle of power electronic converters for different types of loads.
CO3 Choose the appropriate converter for different applications.
Course : Electrical Installation, Design and Condition Based Maintenance Course Code:303144
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Classify different types of distribution supply system and determine economics of distribution system. compare and classify various substations, bus-bars and Earthing systems.
CO2 Demonstrate the importance and necessity of maintenance.
CO3 Analyse and test different condition monitoring methods.
CO4 Carry out estimation and costing of internal wiring for residential and commercial installations.
CO5 Apply electrical safety procedures.
Course : Seminar  Course Code:303146
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Relate with the current technologies and innovations in Electrical engineering.
CO2 Improve presentation and documentation skill.
CO3 Apply theoretical knowledge to actual industrial applications and research activity
CO4 Communicate effectively
Course : Energy Storage System  Course Code:303147(A)
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Explain and differentiate various types of energy storage for suitable applications
CO2 Understand battery recycling techniques
Course :  Start-up and Disruptive Innovations  Course Code:303147(B)
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Describe role of incubation for Startup and recent national policy.
CO2 Identify various types of Startups
CO3 Explain impacts of disruptive innovation and Differentiate between disruptive innovation and
disruptive technology
TE Sem II Course : Power System II Course Code:303148
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Solve problems involving modelling, design and performance evaluation of HVDC and EHVAC power transmission lines.
CO2 Calculate per unit values and develop Y bus for solution power flow equations in power transmission networks
CO3 Calculate currents and voltages in a faulted power system under both symmetrical and asymmetrical faults, and relate fault currents to circuit breaker ratings.
Course :  Control System Engineering Course Code: 303150
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Construct mathematical model of Electrical and Mechanical system using differential equations and transfer function and develop analogy between Electrical and Mechanical systems.
CO2 Determine time response of systems for a given input and perform analysis of first and second order systems using time domain specifications.
CO3 Investigate closed loop stability of system in s-plane using Routh Hurwitz stability criteria and root locus.
CO4 Analyze the systems in frequency domain and investigate stability using Nyquist plot and Bode plot
CO5 Design PID controller for a given plant to meet desired time domain specifications.
Course : Computer Aided Design of Electrical Machines Course Code: 303149
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Summarize temperature rise, methods of cooling of transformer and consider IS 2026 in transformer design.
CO2 Design the overall dimensions of the transformer.
CO3 Analyze the performance parameters of transformer.
CO4 Design overall dimensions of three phase Induction motor
CO5 Analyze the performance parameters of three phase Induction motor.
CO6 Implement and develop computer aided design of transformer and induction motor.
Course : IoT and Its Applications in Electrical Engineering   Course Code: 303151A
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Describe BEE Energy policies, Energy ACT.
CO2 List and apply demand side management measures for managing utility systems.
CO3 Explore and use simple data analytic tools.
CO4 Use various energy measurement and audit instruments.
Course : Energy Management Course Code: 303151D
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Describe BEE Energy policies, Energy ACT.
CO2 List and apply demand side management measures for managing utility systems.
CO3 Explore and use simple data analytic tools.
CO4 Use various energy measurement and audit instruments.
CO5 Evaluate economic feasibility of energy conservation projects.
CO6 Identify appropriate energy conservations methods for electric and thermal utilities.
Course : Internship Course Code: 303152
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Understand the working culture and environment of the Industry and get familiar with various departments and practices in the industry.
CO2 Operate various meters, measuring instruments, tools used in industry efficiently and develop technical competence.
CO3 Apply internship learning in other course completions and final year project management, i.e. topic finalization, project planning, hardware development, result interpretations, report writing, etc.
CO4 Create a professional network and learn about ethical, safety measures, and legal practices.
CO5 Appreciate the responsibility of a professional towards society and the environment.
CO6 Identify career goals and personal aspirations.
Course : Ethical Practices for Engineers    Course Code: 303153A
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Understand for their professional responsibilities as Engineers.
CO2 Recognize and think through ethically significant problem situations that are common in Engineering.
CO3 Evaluate the existing ethical standards for Engineering Practice.
Course : Project Management  Course Code: 303153B
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Understand for their professional responsibilities as Engineers.
CO2 Recognize and think through ethically significant problem situations that are common in Engineering.
CO3 Evaluate the existing ethical standards for Engineering Practice.
BE Sem I Course : Power System Operation and Control Course Code: 403141
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Summarize angle, voltage and frequency stability in the power system control .
CO2  Illustrate various ways of interchange of power between interconnected utilities .
CO3 Analyze stability and optimal load dispatch using different techniques.
CO4 Select appropriate FACTS devices for stable operation of the system .
CO5 Evaluate the stability of the system and suggest the methods to improve it .
Course :Advanced Control SystemCourse Code: 403142
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Explain compensation networks, common nonlinearities, the concept of state, sampling and reconstruction, and concepts of advanced controls (Understanding)
CO2  Determine transfer function from state model (Applying)
CO3 Test controllability and observability properties of the system (Evaluating)
CO4 Design compensators, state feedback controls, and observers for the system (Creating)
Course : PLC and SCADA  Course Code: 403143A
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Develop and explain the working of a PLC with the help of a block diagram.
CO2 Classify input and output interfacing devices with PLC.
CO3 Design PLC based application by proper selection criteria, developing GUI and ladder program.
CO4 Execute, debug, and test the programs developed for digital and analog operations.
CO5 Develop the architecture of SCADA and explain the importance of SCADA in critical infrastructure.
CO6 Describe the SCADA protocols and digital control systems, along with their architecture for automation.
Course : Power Quality Management Course Code: 403143B
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Understand power quality and attribute of power quality
CO2  Describe voltage flicker and mitigation of it
CO3  Analyze the effect of power system events on voltage sag and its characteristics.
CO4 Identify the sources of harmonics and harmonics produced
CO5  Select proper method for harmonic mitigation along with methods of power quality monitoring.
CO6  Carry out power quality monitoring using power quality analyzers.
Course : High Voltage Engineering  Course Code: 403143C
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Identify, describe and analyze the breakdown theories of gaseous, solid and liquid materials.
CO2 Analyze the occurrence of over voltage and to provide remedial solutions
CO3  Describe and use of various methods of generation of high AC, DC, impulse voltage and current.
CO4  Demonstrate the methods of measurement of high AC, DC, impulse voltage and current, tests on high voltage equipment and devices
CO5 Study design of high voltage laboratory with all safety measures.
Course : Robotics and Automation  Course Code:403143D
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Differentiate between types of robots based on configuration, method of control, types of drives, sensors used, etc.
CO2 Apply mathematical modeling of a robot for a specific application with given specifications.
CO3 Analyze the robot arm dynamics for calculation of torques and forces required for different joints of robots for control of the robot arm.
CO4 Apply knowledge of Robot for their various applications
Course : Alternate Energy System  Course Code: 403144A
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Analyze the performance of solar thermal and photovoltaic systems.
CO2 Determine wind turbine performance.
CO3 Explain and evaluate biomass resources in an Indian context.
CO4 Illustrate the importance of storage systems.
CO5 Analyze the economics of renewable energy sources.
Course : Electric and Hybrid Vehicle  Course Code: 403144B
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Analyze the Life Cycle Assessment of Li-ion battery.
CO2 Describe the different types of Li-ion charging methods
CO3 Comprehend the knowledge of drivetrain hybridization.
CO4  Evaluate EV motor sizing.
CO5 Classify Battery Recycling methods.
Course : Special-Purpose Machines  Course Code:403144C
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Reproduce principal of operation of PMSM, Stepper motor, SRM, Switch reluctance and linear motors.
CO2  Develop torque – speed and performance characteristics of above motors.
CO3 Enlist application of above motors.
CO4 Demonstrate various control strategies.
Course : HVDC and FACTsCourse Code: 403144D
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Choose a proper FACTS controller for the specific application based on system requirements. CO2: CO3: CO4:
CO2 Analyze shunt, series, and combined controllers to explore different benefits.
CO3 Compare EHVAC and HVDC systems and to describe various types of DC links.
CO4 Describe various methods for the control of HVDC systems and to perform power flow analysis in AC/DC systems.
Course : MOOCs Course Code: 403146
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Enables the students to directly engage and learn from the best faculty in the country in order to strengthen the fundamentals.
CO2 Explore new areas of interest in a relevant field.
CO3 Enable self learning initiative in learners.
CO4 Develop critical thinking to solve complex problems in engineering, science and humanities.
CO5 Improve communication skills by interacting with peers and course teachers.
Course :German Language-I     Course Code: 403147(A)
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Will have the ability of basic communication.
CO2 Will have the knowledge of German script.
CO3 Will get introduced to reading ,writing and listening skills
CO4 Will develop interest to pursue profession in Indo-German Industry.
Course :Engineering Economics-I     Course Code: 403147(B)
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Discuss concepts related to business and its impact on enterprise.
CO2 Illustrate time value of money in economic analysis.
Course : Project Stage I Course Code: 403145
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Define the project problem statement and identify the scope of the project.
CO2 Search the appropriate research papers, standards and e-resources and write a literature survey.
CO3 Identify tools, techniques, methods, concepts, measuring devices, and instruments required for the project to define the methodology of the project.
CO4 Justify the selection of electrical, electronic and mechanical components for the project prototyping
CO5 Simulate or develop a system for software or hardware verification.
CO6 Write a project report with proper interpretation of results.
BE Sem II Course :  Switchgear and Protection  Course Code: 403148
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Understand the fundamentals of protective relaying.
CO2 Demonstrate the arc interruption and analyze the RRRV in circuit breakers
CO3 Demonstrate the construction and working principle of air brake circuit breakers, SF6 circuit breakers, and a vacuum circuit breaker.
CO4 Explain the characteristics of static and digital relays and their applications in power systems.
CO5 Apply the differential protection scheme to large transformers, alternators, and induction motors.
CO6 Apply distance protection, three stepped protection for transmission line.
Course :  Advanced Electrical Drives and Control  Course Code: 403149
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Explain motor load dynamics and multi quadrant operation of drives.
CO2  Analyze operation of converter fed and chopper fed DC drives.
CO3 Apply different braking methods of D.C. and induction motor drive.
CO4  Elaborate vector control for induction motor and BLDC drives.
CO5 Elaborate synchronous motor, reluctance motor drive.
CO6 Differentiate between classes and duty cycles of motors and select suitable drives in various industrial applications.
Course : Digital Control System Course Code: 403150A
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Analyze digital control system and its stability.
CO2 Differentiate between various control systems
CO3 Present system in state space format.
CO4 Design observer for system.
CO5 Understand digital controllers
CO6 Elaborate applications such as digital temperature control and position control
Course : Restructuring and Deregulation Course Code: 403150B
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Identify the various institutions in the Indian power sector and explain their role in the Indian power sector.
CO2 Explain the various fundamentals of power sector economics
CO3 Describe the regulatory process in India and list the steps involved in tariff determination and explain the phases of tariff determination
CO4 Describe and explain different power sector restructuring models and explain the concept of energy trading
CO5 Explain the types of electricity markets and compare the types of electricity markets .
CO6  State different transmission pricing methods and describe and compare various congestion management methods.
Course : Smart Grid Course Code: 403150C
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Apply the knowledge to differentiate between Conventional and Smart Grid
CO2 Describe importance of Supercapacitors.
CO3 Identify the need of Smart metering.
CO4  Apply the communication technology in smart grid.
CO5 Comprehend the issues of micro grid.
Course : Sensor Technology (Open Elective) Course Code: 403150D
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Understand the characteristics of sensors used for system monitoring and protection.
CO2 Interface the various position sensors to microcontrollers.
CO3 Demonstrate the characteristics of sensors used for light and image sensing.
Course : EHV AC Transmission Course Code: 403151A
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Highlight need for EHV ac transmission.
CO2 Calculate line and ground parameters.
CO3 Enlist problems encountered in EHV transmission.
CO4 Describe the effect of electric and magnetic fields on human beings.
Course :Illumination Engineering Course Code: 403151B
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Define and reproduce various terms in illumination.
CO2 Identify various parameters for illumination system design
CO3 Design indoor and outdoor lighting systems.
CO4 Enlist state of the art illumination systems.
Course : Electromagnetic Fields Course Code: 403151C
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Describe time varying Maxwell’s equations and their applications in electromagnetic problems
CO2  Interpret electric and magnetic field with the help of associated laws
CO3 Solve simple electrostatic and magnetic boundary conditions
CO4  Determine the relationship between time varying electric and magnetic fields and electromotive force
CO5 Solve electromagnetic problems with the help of mathematical tools.
Course : Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Course Code: 403151D
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Evaluate Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning(ML) methods and describe their foundations.
CO2  Demonstrate knowledge of reasoning and knowledge representation for solving real world problems.
CO3  Illustrate the construction of learning and expert system Discuss current scope and limitations of AI and societal implications
CO4  Distinguish between different types of learning types.
CO5 Apply the different supervised, unsupervised and reinforcement learning methods.
Course : German Language-II  Course Code: 403153A
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Will have the ability of advanced communication
CO2 Will develop reading, writing and listening skills
CO3 Will understand tenses in German Language.
CO4 Will develop interest to pursue a German language course.
Course : Engineering Economics-II  Course Code: 403153B
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Apply various techniques for evaluation of engineering projects.
CO2 Assess cash flow under risk with varying parameters.
Course : Project Stage II  Course Code: 403152
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Identify tools, techniques, methods, concepts, measuring devices, and instruments required for the project to define the methodology of the project
CO2 Justify the selection of electrical, electronic and mechanical components for the project prototyping
CO3 Select the appropriate testing method for system performance evaluation
CO4 Interpret results obtained by simulation, and hardware implementation and decide on further action or write a conclusion
CO5 Write a project report and research paper on the project work

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