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Department of Computer Science and Engineering


PEOs, POs & PSOs




The Bachelor’s program in Computer Science and Engineering is aimed at preparing graduates who will:-


PEO-1: Achieve recognition through demonstration of technical competence for successful execution of software projects to meet customer business objectives.


PEO-2: Practice life-long learning by pursuing professional certifications, higher education or research in the emerging areas of information processing and intelligent systems at a global level.


PEO-3: Contribute to society by understanding the impact of computing using a multidisciplinary and ethical approach.



Program Outcomes & Program Specific Outcomes with Performance Indicators


PO 1: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering  specialisation for the solution of complex engineering problems.



1.1  Demonstrate

competence  in mathematical modelling

1.1.1 Apply the knowledge of discrete structures, linear algebra, statistics and numerical  techniques to solve problems

1.1.2 Apply the concepts of probability, statistics and queuing theory in modeling of  computer-based system, data and network protocols.

1.2 Demonstrate competence  in basic sciences

1.2.1 Apply laws of natural science to an engineering problem

1.3 Demonstrate competence in engineering fundamentals

1.3.1 Apply engineering fundamentals

1.4 Demonstrate competence  in specialized

engineering  knowledge to

the program

1.4.1 Apply theory and principles of computer science and engineering to solve an  engineering problem

PO 2: Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems reaching  substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.



2.1 Demonstrate an ability  to identify and formulate  complex engineering  problem

2.1.1 Evaluate problem statements and identifies objectives 

2.1.2 Identify processes/modules/algorithms of a computer-based system and  parameters to solve a problem

2.1.3 Identify mathematical algorithmic knowledge that applies to a given problem

2.2 Demonstrate an ability to  formulate a solution plan  and methodology for an  engineering problem

2.2.1 Reframe the computer-based system into interconnected subsystems

2.2.2 Identify functionalities and computing resources.

2.2.3 Identify existing solution/methods to solve the problem, including forming justified  approximations and assumptions

2.2.4 Compare and contrast alternative solution/methods to select the best methods

2.2.5 Compare and contrast alternative solution processes to select the best process.

2.3 Demonstrate an ability to  formulate and interpret a  model

2.3.1 Able to apply computer engineering principles to formulate modules of a system  with required applicability and performance.

2.3.2 Identify design constraints for required performance criteria.

2.4 Demonstrate an ability to  execute a solution process  and analyze results

2.4.1 Applies engineering mathematics to implement the solution.

2.4.2 Analyze and interpret the results using contemporary tools.

2.4.3 Identify the limitations of the solution and sources/causes. 

2.4.4 Arrive at conclusions with respect to the objectives.

PO 3: Design/Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components  or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, and cultural, societal,  and environmental considerations.



3.1 Demonstrate an ability  to define a complex/

open-ended problem in  engineering terms

3.1.1 Able to define a precise problem statement with objectives and scope.

3.1.2 Able to identify and document system requirements from stake- holders.

3.1.3 Able to review state-of-the-art literature to synthesize system requirements.

3.1.4 Able to choose appropriate quality attributes as defined by ISO/IEC/IEEE standard.

3.1.5 Explore and synthesize system requirements from larger social and professional  concerns.

3.1.6 Able to develop software requirement specifications (SRS).

3.2 Demonstrate an ability to  generate a diverse set of  alternative design solutions

3.2.1 Able to explore design alternatives.

3.2.2 Able to produce a variety of potential design solutions suited to meet functional  requirements.

3.2.3 Identify suitable non-functional requirements for evaluation of alternate design  solutions.

3.3 Demonstrate an ability  to select optimal design  scheme for further  development

3.3.1 Able to perform systematic evaluation of the degree to which several design  concepts meet the criteria.

3.3.2 Consult with domain experts and stakeholders to select candidate engineering  design solution for further development

3.4 Demonstrate an ability to  advance an engineering  design to defined end state

3.4.1 Able to refine architecture design into a detailed design within the existing  constraints.

3.4.2 Able to implement and integrate the modules.

3.4.3 Able to verify the functionalities and validate the design.

PO 4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of  experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.



4.1 Demonstrate an ability to  conduct investigations of  technical issues consistent  with their level of knowledge  and understanding

4.1.1 Define a problem for purposes of investigation, its scope and importance

4.1.2 Able to choose appropriate procedure/algorithm, dataset and test cases.

4.1.3 Able to choose appropriate hardware/software tools to conduct the experiment.

4.2 Demonstrate an ability to  design experiments to solve  open-ended problems

4.2.1 Design and develop appropriate procedures/methodologies based on the study  objectives

4.3 Demonstrate an ability to  analyze data and reach a  valid conclusion

4.3.1 Use appropriate procedures, tools and techniques to collect and analyze data

4.3.2 Critically analyze data for trends and correlations, stating possible errors and  limitations

4.3.3 Represent data (in tabular and/or graphical forms) so as to facilitate analysis and  explanation of the data, and drawing of conclusions

4.3.4 Synthesize information and knowledge about the problem from the raw data to  reach appropriate conclusions


PO 5: Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools  including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.



5.1 Demonstrate an ability to  identify/create modern  engineering tools,  techniques and resources

5.1.1 Identify modern engineering tools, techniques and resources for engineering  activities

5.1.2 Create/adapt/modify/extend tools and techniques to solve engineering problems

5.2 Demonstrate an ability to  select and apply discipline

specific tools, techniques  and resources

5.2.1 Identify the strengths and limitations of tools for (i) acquiring information, (ii)  modeling and simulating, (iii) monitoring system performance, and (iv) creating  engineering designs.

5.2.2 Demonstrate proficiency in using discipline-specific tools

5.3 Demonstrate an ability to  evaluate the suitability and  limitations of tools used  to solve an engineering  problem

5.3.1 Discuss limitations and validate tools, techniques and resources 5.3.2 Verify the credibility of results from tool use with reference to the accuracy and  limitations, and the assumptions inherent in their use.

PO 6: The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal,  and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.



6.1Demonstrate an ability  to describe engineering  roles in a broader context,  e.g. pertaining to the  environment, health, safety,  legal and public welfare

6.1.1 Identify and describe various engineering roles; particularly as pertains to  protection of the public and public interest at the global, regional and local level

6.2 Demonstrate an  understanding of  professional engineering  regulations, legislation and  standards

6.2.1 Interpret legislation, regulations, codes, and standards relevant to your discipline  and explain its contribution to the protection of the public

PO 7: Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and  environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and the need for sustainable development.



7.1 Demonstrate an understanding of the  impact of engineering and  industrial practices on  social, environmental and in  economic contexts

7.1.1 Identify risks/impacts in the life-cycle of an engineering product or activity

7.1.2 Understand the relationship between the technical, socio-economic and  environmental dimensions of sustainability

7.2 Demonstrate an ability  to apply principles of  sustainable design and  development

7.2.1 Describe management techniques for sustainable development

7.2.2 Apply principles of preventive engineering and sustainable development to an  engineering activity or product relevant to the discipline

PO 8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering  practice.



8.1 Demonstrate an ability

     to  recognize ethical dilemmas

8.1.1 Identify situations of unethical professional conduct and propose ethical alternatives

8.2 Demonstrate an ability to  apply the Code of Ethics

8.2.1 Identify tenets of the ASME professional code of ethics

8.2.2 Examine and apply moral & ethical principles to known case studies

PO 9: Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in  multidisciplinary settings.



9.1 Demonstrate an ability to  form a team and define a  role for each member

9.1.1 Recognize a variety of working and learning preferences; appreciate the value of  diversity on a team

9.1.2 Implement the norms of practice (e.g. rules, roles, charters, agendas, etc.) of  effective team work, to accomplish a goal.

9.2 Demonstrate effective  individual and  team operations--  communication, problem

solving, conflict resolution  and leadership skills

9.2.1 Demonstrate effective communication, problem-solving, conflict resolution and  leadership skills

9.2.2 Treat other team members respectfully

9.2.3 Listen to other members

9.2.4 Maintain composure in difficult situations

9.3 Demonstrate success in a  team-based project

9.3.1 Present results as a team, with smooth integration of contributions from all  individual efforts

PO 10: Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with  the society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective  presentations, and give and receive clear instructions



10.1 Demonstrate an ability  to comprehend technical  literature and document  project work

10.1.1 Read, understand and interpret technical and non-technical information

10.1.2 Produce clear, well-constructed, and well-supported written engineering  documents

10.1.3 Create flow in a document or presentation - a logical progression of ideas so that  the main point is clear

10.2 Demonstrate competence  in listening, speaking, and  presentation

10.2.1 Listen to and comprehend information, instructions, and viewpoints of others

10.2.2 Deliver effective oral presentations to technical and non-technical audiences

10.3 Demonstrate the ability to  integrate different modes of  communication

10.3.1 Create engineering-standard figures, reports and drawings to complement writing  and presentations

10.3.2 Use a variety of media effectively to convey a message in a document or a  presentation

PO 11: Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management  principles and apply these to one’s work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary  environments.



11.1 Demonstrate an ability to  evaluate the economic and  financial performance of an  engineering activity

11.1.1 Describe various economic and financial costs/benefits of an engineering activity

11.1.2 Analyze different forms of financial statements to evaluate the financial status of an  engineering project

11.2 Demonstrate an ability to  compare and contrast the  costs/benefits of alternate  proposals for an engineering  activity

11.2.1 Analyze and select the most appropriate proposal based on economic and financial  considerations.


11.3 Demonstrate an ability to  plan/manage an engineering  activity within time and  budget constraints

11.3.1 Identify the tasks required to complete an engineering activity, and the resources  required to complete the tasks.

11.3.2 Use project management tools to schedule an engineering project, so it is  completed on time and on budget.

PO 12: Life-long learning: Recognise the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long  learning in the broadest context of technological change.



12.1 Demonstrate an ability to  identify gaps in knowledge  and a strategy to close  these gaps

12.1.1 Describe the rationale for the requirement for continuing professional development

12.1.2 Identify deficiencies or gaps in knowledge and demonstrate an ability to source  information to close this gap

12.2 Demonstrate an ability to  identify changing trends in  engineering knowledge and  practice

12.2.1 Identify historic points of technological advance in engineering that required  practitioners to seek education in order to stay current

12.2.2 Recognize the need and be able to clearly explain why it is vitally important to keep  current regarding new developments in your field

12.3 Demonstrate an ability to  identify and access sources  for new information

12.3.1 Source and comprehend technical literature and other credible sources of  information

12.3.2 Analyze sourced technical and popular information for feasibility, viability,  sustainability, etc.


Program Specific Outcomes


PSO1: Demonstrate competence to build effective solutions for computational real-world problems using software and hardware across multi-disciplinary domains.

Performance  Indicators


13.1 - Ability to recognize real-world problem(s) across multi-disciplinary domains.

13.2 - Elicit appropriate hardware/software for the solution

13.3 - Build effective solution(s) with the identified resources


PSO2: Adapt to current computing trends for meeting the industrial and societal needs through a holistic professional development leading to pioneering careers or entrepreneurship.

Performance Indicators


14.1- Adapt to current computing trends to meet rapidly changing industry and societal needs

14.2-Trained to become holistic professionals

14.3-Motivate students to opt for higher studies.

14.4-Enable students to become employable / entrepreneurs

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