B.TECH – ELECTRICAL AND ELCTRONICS ENGINEERING (202122)
COURSE OUTCOMES
ENGLISH  I
I Year  I Semester
CO1 
Able to Understand social or transactional dialogues spoken by native speakers of English and identify the context, topic, and pieces of specific information. 
CO2 
Able to Ask and answer general questions on familiar topics and introduce oneself/others. 
CO3 
Able to Employ suitable strategies for skimming and scanning to get the general idea of a text and locate specific information. 
CO4 
Able to recognize paragraph structure and be able to match beginnings/endings/headings with paragraphs 
CO5 
Able to Form sentences using proper grammatical structures and correct word forms 
MATHEMATICSI
CO1 
Able to utilize mean value theorems to real life problems. 
CO2 
Able to solve the differential equations related to various engineering fields. 
CO3 
Able to familiarize with functions of several variables which is useful in optimization. 
CO4 
Able to Apply double integration techniques in evaluating areas bounded by region. 
CO5 
Able to students will also learn important tools of calculus in higher dimensions. Students will become familiar with 2 dimensional and 3 dimensional coordinate systems. 
MATHEMATICS  II
CO1 
Able to develop the use of matrix algebra techniques that is needed by engineers for practical applications 
CO2 
Able to solve system of linear algebraic equations using Gauss elimination, Gauss Jordan, Gauss Seidel. 
CO3 
Able to evaluate approximating the roots of polynomial and transcendental equations by different algorithms. 
CO4 
Able to apply Newton’s forward & backward interpolation and Lagrange’s formulae for equal and unequal intervals. 
CO5 
Able to apply different algorithms for approximating the solutions of ordinary differential equations to its analytical computations. 
PROGRAMMING FOR PROBLEM SOLVING USING C
CO1 
Able to write algorithms and to draw flowcharts for solving problems 
CO2 
Able to convert flowcharts/algorithms to C Programs, compile and debug programs 
CO3 
Able to use different operators, data types and write programs that use twoway/ multiway selection, select the best loop construct for a given problem 
CO4 
Able to design and implement programs to analyze the different pointer applications 
CO5 
Able to decompose a problem into functions and to develop modular reusable code, apply File I/O operations 
ENGINEERING DRAWING & DESIGN
CO1 
Able to the student will learn how to visualize 2D & 3D objects 
ENGLISH COMMUNICATION SKILLS LABORATORY
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING WORKSHOP
CO1 
Able to explain the limitations, tolerances, safety aspects of electrical systems and wiring. 
CO2 
Able to Select wires/cables and other accessories used in different types of wiring. 
CO3 
Able to Make simple lighting and power circuits. 
CO4 
Able to Measure current, voltage and power in a circuit. 
PROGRAMMING FOR PROBLEM SOLVING USING C LAB
CO1 
Able to the Gains Knowledge on various concepts of a C language and draw flowcharts and write algorithms. 
CO2 
Able to design and development of C problem solving skills, design and develop modular programming skills. 
CO3 
Able to trace and debug a program. 
I Year II Semester
MATHEMATICSIII
CO1 
Able to interpret the physical meaning of different operators such as gradient, curl and divergence. 
CO2 
Able to estimate the work done against a field, circulation and flux using vector calculus. 
CO3 
Able to apply the Laplace transform for solving differential equations. 
CO4 
Able to find or compute the Fourier series of periodic signals. 
CO5 
Able to know and be able to apply integral expressions for the forwards and inverse Fourier transform to a range of nonperiodic waveforms. 
CO6 
Able to identify solution methods for partial differential equations that model physical processes 
APPLIED PHYSICS
CO1 
Able to Construction and working details of instruments, ie., Interferometer 
CO2 
Able to Diffractometer and Polari meter are learnt 
CO3 
Able to Study EMfields and semiconductors under the concepts of Quantum mechanics paves way for their optimal utility 
DATA STRUCTURES THROUGH C
CO1 
Able to data structures concepts with arrays, stacks, queues. 
CO2 
Able to linked lists for stacks, queues and for other applications. 
CO3 
Able to traversal methods in the Trees. 
CO4 
Able to various algorithms available for the graphs. 
CO5 
Able to sorting and searching in the data ret retrieval applications. 
ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT ANALYSIS I
CO1 
Able to Various electrical networks in presence of active and passive elements. 
CO2 
Able to Electrical networks with network topology concepts. 
CO3 
Able to Any magnetic circuit with various dot conventions. 
CO4 
Able to Any R, L, C network with sinusoidal excitation. 
CO5 
Able to Any R, L, network with variation of any one of the parameters i.e., R, L, C 

and f. 
CO6 
Able to Electrical networks by using principles of network theorems. 
BASIC CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
CO1 
Able to Apply Shear force diagram & Bending moment diagram principles for Cantilever and Simply supported beams. 
CO2 
Able to Apply concepts of Rosette analysis for strain measurements. 
CO3 
Able to Analyze the characteristics of common building materials. 
CO4 
Able to Compare the working characteristics of Internal Combustion engines. 
CO5 
Able to Compare the differences between boiler mountings and accessories. 
APPLIED PHYSICS LAB
CO1 
Able to understand Construction and working details of instruments, superconductor and semiconductors characteristics are observed. 
BASIC CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LAB
CO1 
Able to Solve to arrive at finding constant speed and variable speed on IC engines and interpret their performance. 
CO2 
Able to Estimate energy distribution by conducting heat balance test on IC engines 
CO3 
Able to Explain procedure for standardization of experiments, Determine fluid and flow properties. 
CO4 
Able to Determine flow discharge measuring device used in pipes channels and tanks. 
CO5 
Able to Determine fluid and flow properties, and Solve for drag coefficients. 
DATA STRUCTURES THROUGH C LAB
CO1 
Able to design and analyze the time and space efficiency of the data structure. 
CO2 
Able to identity the appropriate data structure for given problem. 
CO3 
Able to Have practical knowledge on the applications of data structures. 
CO4 
Able to design and analyze the time and space efficiency of the data structure. 
CONSTITUTION OF INDIA
CO1 
Able to Understand historical background of the constitution making and its importance for building a democratic India. 
CO2 
Able to Understand the functioning of three wings of the government i.e., executive, legislative and judiciary. 
CO3 
Able to Understand the value of the fundamental rights and duties for becoming good citizen of India. 
CO4 
Able to Analyze the decentralization of power between central, state and local self government. 
CO5 
Able to Apply the knowledge in strengthening of the constitutional institutions like CAG, Election Commission and UPSC for sustaining democracy 
II Year – I SEMESTER
ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT ANALYSISII
CO1 
Able to solve three phase circuits under balanced and unbalanced condition. 
CO2 
Able to find the transient response of electrical networks for different types of excitations. 
CO3 
Able to find parameters for different types of network. 
CO4 
Able to realize electrical equivalent network for a given network transfer function. 
CO5 
Able to extract different harmonics components from the response of an electrical network. 
ELECTRICAL MACHINES – I
CO1 
Able to assimilate the concepts of electromechanical energy conversion. 
CO2 
Able to mitigate the illeffects of armature reaction and improve commutation in dc machines. 
CO3 
Able to understand the torque production mechanism and control the speed of dc motors. 
CO4 
Able to analyze the performance of single phase transformers. Predetermine regulation, losses and efficiency of single phase transformers. 
CO5 
Able to parallel transformers, control voltages with tap changing methods and achieve threephase to twophase transformation. 
ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND CIRCUITS
CO1 
Able to understand the concepts of Semiconductor Technology. 
CO2 
Able to appraise the construction & operation of electronic devices. 
CO3 
Able to develop the biasing circuits using the electronic devices. 
CO4 
Able to model the amplifier circuits. 
CO5 
Able to analyze the characteristics of the devices. 
ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS
CO1 
Able to determine electric fields and potentials using Gauss’s law or solving Laplace’s or Poisson’s equations, for various electric charge distributions. 
CO2 
Able to calculate and design capacitance, energy stored in dielectrics. 
CO3 
Able to calculate the magnetic field intensity due to current, the application of Ampere’s law and the Maxwell’s second and third equations. 
CO4 
Able to determine the magnetic forces and torque produced by currents in magnetic field 
CO5 
Able to determine self and mutual inductances and the energy stored in the magnetic field. 
CO6 
Able to calculate induced EMF, understand the concepts of displacement current and Pointing vector. 
THERMAL AND HYDRO PRIME MOVERS
CO1 
Able to understand the types of prime movers, which can be connected to generators for power production and should obtain the skills of performing the necessary calculations with respect to the functioning of the prime movers. 
MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS AND FINANCIAL ANALYSIS
CO1 
Able to equip with the knowledge of estimating the Demand and demand elasticities for a product. 
CO2 
Able to understanding of the InputOutputCost relationships and estimation of the least cost combination of inputs. 
CO3 
Able to understand the nature of different markets and Price Output determination under various market conditions and also to have the knowledge of different Business Units. 
CO4 
Able to prepare Financial Statements and the usage of various Accounting tools for Analysis. 
CO5 
Able to evaluate various investment project proposals with the help of capital budgeting techniques for decision making. 
THERMAL AND HYDRO LABORATORY
CO1 
Able to impart practical knowledge on the performance evaluation methods of various internal combustion engines, flow measuring equipment and hydraulic turbines and pumps. 
ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS LABORATORY
CO1 
Able to apply various theorems, determination of self and mutual inductances, two port parameters of a given electric circuits. Able to draw locus diagrams, waveforms and phasor diagrams for lagging and leading networks. 
ESSENCE OF INDIAN TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE
CO1 
Able to Understand the concept of Traditional knowledge and its importance 
CO2 
Able to Know the need and importance of protecting traditional knowledge 
CO3 
Able to Know the various enactments related to the protection of traditional knowledge 
CO4 
Able to Understand the concepts of Intellectual property to protect the traditional knowledge 
II Year – II Semester
ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS AND INSTRUMENTATION
CO1 
Able to choose right type of instrument for measurement of ac and dc Electrical quantities. 
CO2 
Able to choose right type of instrument for measurement of power and power factor. 
CO3 
Able to select right type for measurement of R, L,C. 
CO4 
Able to understand the effectiveness of Transducer. 
CO5 
Able to understand Digital Meters. 
ELECTRICAL MACHINES – II
CO1 
Able to explain the operation and performance of three phase induction motor. 
CO2 
Able to analyze the torquespeed relation, performance of induction motor and induction generator. 
CO3 
Able to explain design procedure for transformers and three phase induction motors. Implement the starting of single phase induction motors. 
CO4 
Able to perform winding design and predetermine the regulation of synchronous generators. 
CO5 
Able to avoid hunting phenomenon, implement methods of staring and correction of power factor with synchronous motor. 
DIGITAL ELECTRONICS
CO1 
Able to classify different number systems and apply to generate various codes. 
CO2 
Able to use the concept of Boolean algebra in minimization of switching functions, and design different types of combinational logic circuits. 
CO3 
Able to apply knowledge of flipflops in designing of Registers and counters 
CO4 
Able to the operation and design methodology for synchronous sequential circuits and algorithmic state machines. 
CO5 
Able to produce innovative designs by modifying the traditional design techniques. 
CONTROL SYSTEMS
CO1 
Able to derive the transfer function of physical systems and determination of overall transfer function using block diagram algebra and signal flow graphs. 
CO2 
Able to determine time response specifications of second order systems and to determine error constants. 
CO3 
Able to analyze absolute and relative stability of LTI systems using Routh’s stability criterion and the root locus method. Analyze the stability of LTI systems using frequency response methods. 
CO4 
Able to design Lag, Lead, LagLead compensators to improve system performance from Bode diagrams. 
CO5 
Able to represent physical systems as state models and determine the response. Understanding the concepts of controllability and observability. 
POWER SYSTEMSI
CO1 
Able to identify the different components of thermal power plants. 
CO2 
Able to identify the different components of nuclear Power plants. 
CO3 
Able to identify the different components of air and gas insulated substations. 
CO4 
Able to identify single core and three core cables with different insulating materials. 
CO5 
Able to analyse the different economic factors of power generation and tariffs. 
SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS
CO1 
Able to characterize the signals and systems and principles of vector spaces, Concept of orthogonality. 
CO2 
Able to Analyse the continuoustime signals and continuoustime systems using Fourier series, Fourier transform and Laplace transform. 
CO3 
Able to apply sampling theorem to convert continuoustime signals to discretetime signal and reconstruct back. Understand the relationships among the various representations of LTI systems 
CO4 
Able to understand the Concepts of convolution, correlation, Energy and Power density spectrum and their relationships. 
CO5 
Able to apply ztransform to analyse discretetime signals and systems. 
ELECTRICAL MACHINES – I LABORATORY
CO1 
Able to Determine and predetermine the performance of DC machines and Transformers. 
CO2 
Able to Control the speed of DC motor. 
CO3 
Able to Obtain three phase to two phase transformation. 
ELECTRONIC DEVICES & CIRCUITS LABORATORY
CO1 
Student is able to write the electronic devices using different circuits 
PROFESSIONAL ETHICS AND HUMAN VALUES
CO1 
Identify and analyse an ethical issue in the subject matter under investigation or in a relevant field 
CO2 
Identify the multiple ethical interests at stake in a realworld situation or practice 
CO3 
Articulate what makes a particular course of action ethically defensible, Assess their own ethical values and the social context of problems 
CO4 
Identify ethical concerns in research and intellectual contexts, including academic integrity, use and citation of sources, the objective presentation of data, and the treatment of human subjects 
CO5 
Demonstrate knowledge of ethical values in nonclassroom activities, such as service learning, internships, and field work 
CO6 
Integrate, synthesize, and apply knowledge of ethical dilemmas and resolutions in academic settings, including focused and interdisciplinary research. 
POWER SYSTEMS–II
III Year – I Semester
CO1 
Able to understand parameters of various types of transmission lines during differentoperating conditions. 
CO2 
Able to understand the performance of short and medium transmission lines. 
CO3 
Student will be able to understand travelling waves on transmission lines. 
CO4 
Will be able to understand various factors related to charged transmission lines. 
CO5 
Will be able to understand sag/tension of transmission lines and performance of lineinsulators. 
RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES
CO1 
Analyze solar radiation data, extraterrestrial radiation, and radiation on earth’ssurface. 
CO2 
Design solar thermal collectors, solar thermal plants. 
CO3 
Design solar photo voltaic systems. 
CO4 
Develop maximum power point techniques in solar PV and wind energy systems. 
CO5 
Explain wind energy conversion systems, wind generators, power generation. 
CO6 
Explain basic principle and working of hydro, tidal, biomass, fuel cell and geothermalsystems. 
SIGNALS & SYSTEMS
CO1 
Characterize the signals and systems and principles of vector spaces, Concept oforthogonality. 
CO2 
Analyze the continuoustime signals and continuoustime systems using Fourierseries, Fourier transform and Laplace transform. 
CO3 
Apply sampling theorem to convert continuoustime signals to 

discretetimesignal and reconstruct back. 
CO4 
Understand the relationships among the various representations of LTI systems 
CO5 
Understand the Concepts of convolution, correlation, Energy and Power densityspectrum and their relationships. 
CO6 
Apply ztransform to analyze discretetime signals and systems. 
PULSE AND DIGITAL CIRCUITS
CO1 
Design linear and nonlinear wave shaping circuits. 
CO2 
Apply the fundamental concepts of wave shaping for various switching and signalgenerating circuits. 
CO3 
Design different multivibrators and time base generators. 
CO4 
Utilize the nonsinusoidal signals in many experimental research areas. 
POWER ELECTRONICS
CO1 
Explain the characteristics of various power semiconductor devices and analyze thestatic and dynamic characteristics of SCR’s. 
CO2 
Design firing circuits for SCR. 
CO3 
Explain the operation of single phase full–wave converters and analyze harmonics inthe input current 
CO4 
Explain the operation of three phase full–wave converters. 
CO5 
Analyze the operation of different types of DCDC converters and Analyze the operation of ACAC regulators. 
CO6 
Explain the operation of inverters and application of PWM techniques for voltagecontrol and harmonic mitigation. 
ELECTRICAL MACHINES – IILABORATORY
CO1 
Able to assess the performance of single phase and three phase induction motors. 
CO2 
Able to control the speed of three phase induction motor. 
CO3 
Able to predetermine the regulation of three–phase alternator by various methods. 
CO4 
Able to find the X_{d}/ X_{q} ratio of alternator and asses the performance of three–phasesynchronous motor. 
CONTROL SYSTEMS LAB
CO1 
Able to analyze the performance and working Magnetic amplifier, D.C and A.C.servo motors and synchronous motors. 
CO2 
Able to design P,PI,PD and PID controllers 
CO3 
Able to design lag, lead and lag–lead compensators 
CO4 
Able to control the temperature using PID controller 
CO5 
Able to determine the transfer function of D.C. motor 
CO6 
Able to control the position of D.C servo motor performance 
ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS LABORATORY
CO1 
To be able to measure the electrical parameters voltage, current, power, energy andelectrical characteristics of resistance, inductance and capacitance. 
CO2 
To be able to test transformer oil for its effectiveness. 
CO3 
To be able to measure the parameters of inductive coil. 
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS AND PATENTS
CO1 
IPR Laws and patents pave the way for innovative ideas which are instrumental forinventions to seek Patents. Student get an insight on Copyrights, Patents and Software patents which areinstrumental for further advancements. 
III Year – II Semester
POWER ELECTRONIC CONTROLLERS & DRIVES
CO1 
Able to Explain the fundamentals of electric drive and different electric braking methods. 
CO2 
Able to Analyze the operation of three phase converter fed dc motors and four quadrant operations of dc motors using dual converters. 
CO3 
Able to Describe the converter control of dc motors in various quadrants of operation. 
CO4 
Able to Know the concept of speed control of induction motor by using AC voltage controllers and voltage source inverters. 
CO5 
Able to Differentiate the stator side control and rotor side control of three phase induction motor. 
CO6 
Able to Explain the speed control mechanism of synchronous motors. 
POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS
CO1 
Able to draw impedance diagram for a power system network and to understand perunit quantities. 
CO2 
Able to form a Y_{bus} and Z_{bus} for a power system networks. 
CO3 
Able to understand the load flow solution of a power system using different methods. 
CO4 
Able to find the fault currents for all types faults to provide data for the design ofprotective devices. 
CO5 
Able to find the sequence components of currents for unbalanced power systemnetwork. 
CO6 
Able to analyze the steady state, transient and dynamic stability concepts of a powersystem 
MICROPROCESSORS AND MICROCONTROLLERS
CO1 
To be able to understand the microprocessor capability in general and explore theevaluation of microprocessors. 
CO2 
To be able to understand the addressing modes of microprocessors 
CO3 
To be able to understand the micro controller capability 
CO4 
To be able to program mp and mc 
CO5 
To be able to interface mp and mc with other electronic devices 
CO6 
To be able to develop cyber physical systems 
DATA STRUCTURES
CO1 
Distinguish between procedures and object oriented programming. 
CO2 
Apply advanced data structure strategies for exploring complex data structures. 
CO3 
Compare and contrast various data structures and design techniques in the area ofPerformance. 
CO4 
Implement data structure algorithms through C++. • Incorporate data structures intothe applications such as binary search trees, AVL and B Trees 
CO5 
Implement all data structures like stacks, queues, trees, lists and graphs and comparetheir Performance and trade offs 
UNIX AND SHELL PROGRAMMIN
CO1 
Documentation will demonstrate good organization and readability. 
CO2 
File processing projects will require data organization, problem solving and research. 
CO3 
Scripts and programs will demonstrate simple effective user interfaces. 
CO4 
Scripts and programs will demonstrate effective use of structured programming. 
CO5 
Scripts and programs will be accompanied by printed output demonstrating completion of a test plan. 
CO6 
Testing will demonstrate both black and glass box testing strategies. 
CO7 
Project work will involve group participation. 
OOPs through Java
CO1 
Explain what constitutes an object 
CO2 
Apply an object 
VLSI DESIGN
CO1 
Understand the properties of MOS active devices and simple circuits configured whenusing them and the reason for such encumbrances as ratio rules by which circuits can be interconnected in silicon. 
CO2 
Know three sets of design rules with which NMOS and CMOS designs may be fabricated. 
CO3 
Understand the scaling factors determining the characteristics and performance of MOS circuits in silicon. 
ROBOTICS
CO1 
The Student must be able to design automatic manufacturing cells with robotic controlusing 
CO2 
The principle behind robotic drive system, end effectors, sensor, machine vision robotKinematics and programming. 
NEURAL NETWORKS AND FUZZY LOGIC
CO1 
Know different models of artificial neuron. 
CO2 
Use learning methods of ANN. 
CO3 
Use different paradigms of ANN. 
CO4 
Classify between classical and fuzzy sets. 
CO5 
Use different modules of Fuzzy logic controller. 
CO6 
Apply Neural Networks and fuzzy logic for realtime applications 
ENERGY AUDIT, CONSERVATION & MANAGEMENT
CO1 
Explain energy efficiency, conservation and various technologies. 
CO2 
Design energy efficient lighting systems. 
CO3 
Calculate power factor of systems and propose suitable compensation techniques. 
CO4 
Explain energy conservation in HVAC systems. 
CO5 
Calculate life cycle costing analysis and return on investment on energy efficienttechnologies. 
POWER ELECTRONICS LAB
CO1 
Able to study the characteristics of various power electronic devices and analyze gatedrive circuits of IGBT. 
CO2 
Able to analyze the performance of single–phase and three–phase full–wave bridgeconverters with both resistive and inductive loads. 
CO3 
Able to understand the operation of single phase AC voltage regulator with resistiveand inductive loads. 
CO4 
Able to understand the working of Buck converter, Boost converter, single–phasesquare wave inverter and PWM inverter. 
MICRO MPROCESSORS AND MICRO CONTROLLERS LAB
CO1 
Will be able to write assembly language program using 8086 micro based on arithmetic, logical, and shift operations. 
CO2 
Will be able to interface 8086 with I/O and other devices. 
CO3 
Will be able to do parallel and serial communication using 8051 & PIC 18 microcontrollers 
DATASTRUCTURES THROUGH C LAB
CO1 
Be able to design and analyze the time and space efficiency of the data structure 
CO2 
Be capable to identity the appropriate data structure for given problem 
CO3 
Have practical knowledge on the application of data structures 
PROFESSIONAL ETHICSAND HUMAN VALUES
CO1 
It gives a comprehensive understanding of a variety issues that are encountered byevery professional in discharging professional duties. 
CO2 
It provides the student the sensitivity and global outlook in the contemporary world tofulfil the professional obligations effectively. 
IV Year – I Semester
UTILIZATION OF ELECTRICALENERGY
CO1 
Able to identify a suitable motor for electric drives and industrial applications 
CO2 
Able to identify most appropriate heating or welding techniques for suitable applications. 
CO3 
Able to understand various level of luminosity produced by different illuminating sources. 
CO4 
Able to estimate the illumination levels produced by various sources and recommend the most efficient illuminating sources and should be able to design different lighting systems by taking inputs and constraints in view. 
CO5 
Able to determine the speed/time characteristics of different types of traction motors. 
CO6 
Able to estimate energy consumption levels at various modes of operation. 
LINEAR IC APPLICATIONS
CO1 
Design circuits using operational amplifiers for various applications. 
CO2 
Analyze and design amplifiers and active filters using Opamp. 
CO3 
Diagnose and troubleshoot linear electronic circuits. 
CO4 
Understand the gainbandwidth concept and frequency response of the amplifierconfigurations. 
CO5 
Understand thoroughly the operational amplifiers with linear integrated circuits 
POWER SYSTEM OPERATION AND CONTROL
CO1 
Able to compute optimal scheduling of Generators. 
CO2 
Able to understand hydrothermal scheduling. 
CO3 
Understand the unit commitment problem. 
CO4 
Able to understand importance of the frequency. 
CO5 
Understand importance of PID controllers in single area and two area systems. 
CO6 
Will understand reactive power control and compensation for transmission line 
SWITCHGEAR AND PROTECTION
CO1 
Able to understand the principles of arc interruption for application to high voltagecircuit breakers of air, oil, vacuum, SF_{6} gas type. 
CO2 
Ability to understand the working principle and operation of different types of electromagnetic protective relays. 
CO3 
Students acquire knowledge of faults and protective schemes for high powergenerator and transformers. 
CO4 
Improves the ability to understand various types of protective schemes used forfeeders and bus bar protection. 
CO5 
Able to understand different types of static relays and their applications. 
CO6 
Able to understand different types of over voltages and protective schemes requiredfor insulation co–ordination. 
ELECTRICAL MACHINE MODELING& ANALYSIS
CO1 
Develop modeling of dc machine 
CO2 
Apply mathematical modeling concepts to 3phase Induction machines 
CO3 
Design control strategies based on dynamic modeling of 3ph Induction machines and3phase synchronous machine. 
CO4 
Analyze BLDC Machine and switched reluctance machine based on mathematicalmodeling of BLDCM and SRM. 
ADVANCED CONTROL SYSTEMS
CO1 
State space representation of control system and formulation of different state modelsare reviewed. 
CO2 
Able to design of control system using the pole placement technique is given afterintroducing the concept of controllability and observability. 
CO3 
Able to analyze of nonlinear system using the describing function technique and phaseplane analysis. 
CO4 
Able to analyze the stability analysis using lypnov method. 
CO5 
Minimization of functional using calculus of variation studied. 
CO6 
Able to formulate and solve the LQR problem and riccatti equation. 
PROGAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS & APPLICATIONS
CO1 
Understand the PLCs and their I/O modules. 
CO2 
Develop control algorithms to PLC using ladder logic. 
CO3 
Manage PLC registers for effective utilization in different applications. 
CO4 
Design PID controller with PLC. 
INSTRUMENTATION
CO1 
Able to represent various types of signals. 
CO2 
Acquire proper knowledge to use various types of Transducers. 
CO3 
Able to monitor and measure various parameters such as strain, velocity, temperature, pressure etc. 
CO4 
Acquire proper knowledge and working principle of various types of digital voltmeters. 
CO5 
Able to measure various parameters like phase and frequency of a signal with thehelp of CRO. 
CO6 
Acquire proper knowledge and able to handle various types of signal analyzers. 
OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES (Elective – II)
CO1 
Differentiate between different types of power quality problems. 
CO2 
Explain the sources of voltage sag, voltage swell, interruptions, transients, longduration over voltages and harmonics in a power system. 
CO3 
Analyze power quality terms and power quality standards. 
CO4 
Explain the principle of voltage regulation and power factor improvement methods. 
CO5 
Demonstrate the relationship between distributed generation and power quality. 
CO6 
Explain the power quality monitoring concepts and the usage of measuringinstruments. 
SPECIAL ELECTRICAL MACHINES
CO1 
Distinguish between brush dc motor and brush less dc motor. 
CO2 
Explain the performance and control of stepper motors, and their applications. 
CO3 
Explain theory of operation and control of switched reluctance motor. 
CO4 
Explain the theory of travelling magnetic field and applications of linear motors. 
CO5 
Understand the significance of electrical motors for traction drives. 
ELECTRICAL SIMULATION LAB
CO1 
Able to simulate integrator circuit, differentiator circuit, Boost converter, Buckconverter, full convertor and PWM inverter. 
CO2 
Able to simulate transmission line by incorporating line, load and transformer models. 
CO3 
Able to perform transient analysis of RLC circuit and single machine connected toinfinite bus (SMIB). 
POWER SYSTEMS LAB
IV Year – II Semester
DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS
CO1 
The students learn the advantages of discrete time control systems and the “knowhow” of various associated accessories. 
CO2 
The learner understand z–transformations and their role in the mathematical analysisof different systems(like Laplace transforms in analog systems). 
CO3 
The stability criterion for digital systems and methods adopted for testing the sameare explained. 
CO4 
Finally, the conventional and state space methods of design are also introduced. 
H.V.D.C. TRANSMISSION
CO1 
Able to understand various factors of distribution system. 
CO2 
Able to design the substation and feeders. 
CO3 
Able to determine the voltage drop and power loss 
CO4 
Able to understand the protection and its coordination. 
CO5 
Able to understand the effect of compensation for p.f improvement. 
CO6 
Able to understand the effect of voltage control. 
ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
CO1 
Able to understand various factors of distribution system. 
CO2 
Able to design the substation and feeders. 
CO3 
Able to determine the voltage drop and power loss 
CO4 
Able to understand the protection and its coordination. 
CO5 
Able to understand the effect of compensation for p.f improvement. 
CO6 
Able to understand the effect of voltage control. 
HIGH VOLTAGE ENGINEERING(ELECTIVE – III)
CO1 
To be acquainted with the performance of high voltages with regard to differentconfigurations of electrode systems. 
CO2 
To be able to understand theory of breakdown and withstand phenomena of all typesof dielectric materials. 
CO3 
To acquaint with the techniques of generation of AC, DC and Impulse voltages. 
CO4 
To be able to apply knowledge for measurement of high voltage and high currentAC, DC and Impulse. 
CO5 
To be in a position to measure dielectric property of material used for HV equipment. 
CO6 
To know the techniques of testing various equipment’s used in HV engineering. 
FLEXIBLE ALTERNATING CURRENT TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS
CO1 
Understand power flow control in transmission lines using FACTS controllers. 
CO2 
Explain operation and control of voltage source converter. 
CO3 
Analyze compensation methods to improve stability and reduce power oscillations inthe transmission lines. 
CO4 
Explain the method of shunt compensation using static VAR compensators. 
CO5 
Understand the methods of compensations using series compensators. 
CO6 
Explain operation of Unified Power Flow Controller (UPFC). 
POWER SYSTEM REFORMS (Elective III)
CO1 
Will understand importance of power system deregulation and restructuring. 
CO2 
Able to compute Available Transfer Capability. 
CO3 
Will understand transmission congestion management. 
CO4 
Able to compute electricity pricing in deregulated environment. 
CO5 
Will be able to understand power system operation in deregulated environment. 
CO6 
Will understand importance of ancillary services. 
M.TECH – ELECTRICAL AND ELCTRONICS ENGINEERING I Year – I SEMESTER
ELECTRICAL MACHINE MODELING & ANALYSIS
CO1 
After completion of this course the students will be able to: Apply knowledge of behavior of DC motors to model and analyze for different applications. 
CO2 
Analyze the characteristics of different types of DC motors to design suitable controllers 
CO3 
Apply the knowledge of reference frame theory for AC machines to model the induction and Synchronous machines. 
CO4 
Evaluate the steady state and transient behavior of induction and synchronous machines to Propose the suitability of drives for different industrial applications 
CO5 
Analyze the 2Phase induction machines using voltage and torque equations to differentiate the behavior and to propose their applications in real world. 
ANALYSIS OF POWER ELECTRONIC CONVERTERS
CO1 
After completion of this course the students will be able to: Analyze the operation of phase controlled converters and AC voltage converters. 
CO2 
Analyze the requirements of power factor correction in converter circuits. 
CO3 
Analyze the requirements of power factor correction in converter circuits. 
CO4 
Describe and analyze the operation of 3phase inverters with and without PWM techniques. 
CO5 
Describe principles of operation and features of multilevel inverters. 
POWER ELECTRONIC CONTROL OF DC DRIVES
CO1 
After completion of this course the students will be able to: Analyze single phase and three phase converter fed DC drives. 
CO2 
Analyze the two quadrants and four quadrant controls of DC motor drives. 
CO3 
Develop the mathematical models of DC drive components. 
CO4 
Analyze the four quadrant and closed loop control of DCDC converter fed DC drive. 
FLEXIBLE AC TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS
CO1 
Know the performance improvement of transmission system with FACTS. 
CO2 
Get the knowledge of effect of static shunt and series compensation. 
CO3 
Know the effect of UPFC. 
CO4 
Determine an appropriate FACTS device for different types of applications. 
MODERN CONTROL THEORY
CO1 
Understanding the state variable approach is suitable for higher order. 
CO2 
To analyze the concepts of controllability and observability. 
CO3 
To analyze the various nonlinearities through describing functions and phase plane analysis. 
CO4 
Typical issues of stability and instability of continuous time invariant systems. 
POWER QUALITY
CO1 
Have the knowledge on causes of power quality, power quality parameters. 
CO2 
Understand sources of transient over voltages and providing protection to transient over voltages. 
CO3 
Understand effects of harmonics, sources of harmonics and harmonic minimization. 
CO4 
Analyze long duration voltage variations and regulation of voltage variations. 
CO5 
Describe power quality aspects in distributed generation and develop solutions to wiring and grounding problems. 
OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES
CO1 
After completion of this course the students will be able to: State and formulate the optimization problem, without and with constraints, by using design variables from an engineering design problem 
CO2 
Apply classical optimization techniques to minimize or maximize a multi variable objective function, without or with constraints, and arrive at an optimal solution. Formulate a mathematical model and apply linear programming technique by using Simplex method 
CO3 
Also extend the concept of dual Simplex method for optimal solutions. Apply gradient and nongradient methods to nonlinear optimization problems and use interior or exterior penalty functions for the constraints to derive the optimal solutions. 
CO4 
Able to apply Genetic algorithms for simple electrical problems. Able to solve practical problems using PSO. 
ENERGY AUDITING, CONSERVATION&MANAGEMENT (Elective II)
CO1 
After completion of this course the students will be able to: Perform energy audit in different organizations. Recommend energy efficient motors and design good lighting system 
CO2 
Understand advantages to improve the power factor. Evaluate the depreciation of equipment. 
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TECHNIQUES (ElectiveII)
CO1 
Understand neural networks and analyze different types of neural networks. 
CO2 
Design training algorithms for neural networks. 
CO3 
Develop algorithms using genetic algorithm for optimization. 
CO4 
Analyze and design fuzzy logic systems. 
HVDC TRANSMISSION (Elective II)
CO1 
Understand the various schemes of HVDC transmission. 
CO2 
Understand the basic HVDC transmission equipment. 
CO3 
Understand the control of HVDC systems. 
CO4 
Understand the interaction between HVAC and HVDC system. 
CO5 
Understand the various protection schemes of HVDC engineering 
SIMULATION LABORATORY
CO1 
Analyze the characteristics of power semiconductor devices in simulation. 
CO2 
Analyze the operation of various power electronic converters in simulation. 
CO3 
Analyze and implementing the speed controlling techniques for AC machines in simulation. 
I Year  II Semester SWITCHED MODE POWER CONVERSION
CO1 
Analyze the control operation of nonisolated switch mode converters. 
CO2 
Analyze the operation of resonant converters and soft switching. 
CO3 
Analyze the operation of isolated switch mode converters. 
CO4 
Analyze the control schemes for resonant converters and design of magnetic components. 
CO5 
Analyze the design of nonisolated switch mode converters based on linearization. 
POWER ELECTRONIC CONTROL OF AC DRIVES
CO1 
Explain operation of induction motor and analyze speed control of AC drives by VSI fed drives. 
CO2 
Understand vector control of induction motors. 
CO3 
Understand operation of traction drives. 
CO4 
Analyze control schemes to synchronous motor drives. 
CO5 
Understand control of switched reluctance motor & stepper motor. 
DIGITAL CONTROLLERS
CO1 
Know the interfacing circuits for input and output to PIC micro controllers 
CO2 
Design PWM controls for power electronic circuits using FPGA 
CUSTOM POWER DEVICES
CO1 
Analyze the effect of various power quality issues in distribution system and their mitigation principles. 
CO2 
Describe the operation of custom power devices for reactive power & harmonic compensation. 
CO3 
Analyze high speed transfer switches. 
CO4 
Analyze the operation and control of custom power devices in power system applications 
RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS
CO1 
Identify alternate energy sources. 
CO2 
Classify and analyze different renewable energy systems. 
CO3 
Adopt different alternate energy sources for power generation. 
CO4 
Adopt optimally usage of different sources and interconnection with grid. 
REACTIVE POWER COMPENSATION & MANAGEMENT
CO1 
Learn various load compensations. 
CO2 
Obtain the mathematical model of reactive power compensating devices. 
CO3 
Get application of reactive power compensation in electrical traction & arc furnaces 
ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
CO1 
Analyze a distribution system. 
CO2 
Design equipment for compensation of losses in the distribution system. 
CO3 
Design protective systems and coordinate the devices. 
CO4 
Understand of capacitive compensation. 
SMART GRID TECHNOLOGIES
CO1 
Understand smart grids and analyze the smart grid policies and developments in smart grids. 
CO2 
Develop concepts of smart grid technologies in hybrid electrical vehicles etc. 
CO3 
Understand smart substations, feeder automation, GIS etc. 
CO4 
Analyze micro grids and distributed generation systems. 
CO5 
Analyze the effect of power quality in smart grid and to understand latest developments in ICT for smart grid. 
SPECIAL MACHINES
CO1 
Analyze the characteristics of different types of PM type brushless DC motors and design suitable controllers. 
CO2 
Apply the knowledge of sensors used in PMSM which can be used for controllers and synchronous machines. 
CO3 
Analyze the different controllers used in electrical machines to propose the suitability of drives for different industrial applications. 
CO4 
Classify the types of DC linear motors and apply the knowledge of controllers to propose their application in real world. 
CO5 
Evaluate the steady state and transient behavior linear induction motors. 
PROGAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS & APPLICATIONS
CO1 
Understand the PLCs and their I/O modules. 
CO2 
Develop control algorithms to PLC using ladder logic etc. 
CO3 
Manage PLC registers for effective utilization in different applications 
CO4 
Handle data functions and control of two axis and their axis robots with PLC 
CO5 
Design PID controller with PLC. 
POWER CONVERTERS AND DRIVES LAB
CO1 
To analyze the working of phase controlled converters, AC voltage controllers, DCDC converters, and. 
CO2 
PWM inverters and analyze the speed control operation of power converter fed motors 
II Year  I Semester
Switch gear & Technology
CO1 
Demonstrate the basic concepts fundamental switch gear & technology 
Energy Audit conservations & Management
CO1 
After the completion of the course, student will be able to energy audit of conservation 
CO2 
Demonstrate management network analysis and measures. 
DISSERTATION PHASE – I AND PHASE – II
CO1 
Ability to synthesize knowledge and skills previously gained and applied to an indepth studyand execution of new technical problem. 
CO2 
Capable to select from different methodologies, methods and forms of analysis to produce asuitable research design, and justify their design. 
CO3 
Ability to present the findings of their technical solution in a written report. 
CO4 
Presenting the work in International/ National conference or reputed journals. 