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Course Name: BTAM-301(AM)
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTAM-301.1 Apply the concepts of Fourier Series in Digital Signal Processing.
BTAM-301.2 Understand the concept of Laplace Transform and its applications in Communication systems.
BTAM-301.3 Comprehend the concept of Bessel’s function and its applications in Wave Theory.
BTAM-301.4 Analyze the concept of Partial Differential Equations and its influence on Physical and Engineering problems.
BTAM-301.5 Solve wave & heat equations by using Partial Differential equations.
BTAM-301..6 Apply the concept of Functions of Complex variable in Engineering problems.

Course Name: BTCS-305(OOPs)
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTCS-305.1 Analyze the differences between procedural programming and object oriented programming to get a better insight for execution time matrix.
BTCS-305.2 Initialize large amount of data in the form of objects using constructor and destructor for creating databases to serve various needs (DBMS).
BTCS-305.3 Effectively and efficiently manage memory by use of dynamic memory management and pointer.
BTCS-305.4 Reduce the code length by using inheritance and polymorphism where required to meet memory requirements of ROM’s and RAM.
BTCS-305.5 Synthesis and critical review of exception handling to auto debug the programs.
BTCS-305.6 Create and maintain data base using the concept of file handling.

Course Name: BTEC-301(ADC)
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTEC-301.1 Assist in the design, operation and troubleshooting of electronic systems
BTEC-301.2 Demonstrate proficiency in the use of electronic equipment and devices.
BTEC-301.3 Understand the principles of operation of an oscillator circuit
BTEC-301.4 Acquire a basic knowledge in solid state electronics including diodes, BJT and MOSFET and Power amplifiers.
BTEC-301.5 Ability to analyze a variety of BJT and MOSFET analog amplifiers including Common Emitter, Common Base, Common Collector etc.
BTEC-301.6 Understand how analog devices and circuits fit into the larger context of engineering careers, ethics, societal needs, and environmental concerns.

Course Name: BTEC-302(DCLD)
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTEC-302.1 Classify data into different number systems and show how given data can be converted from one number system to another.
BTEC-302.2 Apply the theorems of Boolean Algebra and K-map rules to minimize Boolean Expressions.
BTEC-302.3 Make use of minimization techniques and digital design concepts to design Combinational Circuits. Students are able to apply combinational circuit design fundamentals to design circuits like multiplier, priority encoder, parity generator.
BTEC-302.4 Utilize the flip flops for designing Sequential Circuits like Shift Registers and Counters. The knowledge acquired after studying sequential circuit design concepts have been applied by students to design circuits for automatic car parking, automatic room light control etc.
BTEC-302.5 Analyze the working of various D/A and A/D converters
BTEC-302.6 Classify memories into various categories and develop circuits using Programmable Logic Devices. Also Study and Compare the logic families based on their performance parameters

Course Name: BTEC-303(NAS)
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTEC-303.1 Simplify a complex network using suitable analysis techniques.
BTEC-303.2 Model a network having number of energy sources and other components.
BTEC-303.3 Inspect the stability of the system for linear and non linear networks.
BTEC-303.4 Solve network problems involving impedances and admittance s.
BTEC-303.5 Design lattice and ladder filter for any specification for signal processing.
BTEC-303.6 Describe and determine the performance of network based on suitable elements selected for reliable transmission of analog and digital Systems.

BTEC-304 Lab Analog Devices & Circuits Year of Study: JULY – DEC
At the end of this lab students will be able to:

BTEC-304.1 Acquire knowledge basics of diodes and application of diode in various electronic equipments.
BTEC-304.2 Use of special purpose diodes for voltage regulation
BTEC-304.3 Use of transistor in various audio amplifiers.
BTEC-304.4 Use of various power amplifiers in amplification devices.
BTEC-304.5 Use of special purpose power amplifier for public address system.
BTEC-304.6 Use of various oscillators in communication application.

BTEC-305 Lab DCLD Year of Study: JULY – DEC
At the end of this lab students will be able to:

BTEC-305.1 Make use of 74XX ICs to verify the truth tables of logic gates and to design AND, OR, NOT gates using Universal gates.
BTEC-305.2 Construct Half/Full adder and subtractor circuit using basic logic gates.
BTEC-305.3 Design converter and magnitude comparator circuits using logic gates.
BTEC-305.4 Utilize Multiplexer and Demultiplexer to implement Adder and Subtractor Circuits.
BTEC-305.5 Analyze the working flip flops along with their truth table verification.
BTEC-305.6 Design counter circuits using flip flops and study the operation of shift registers.

Workshop training Year of Study: JULY – DEC
At the end of this training students will be able to:

WT.1 Understand basics of electronic fundamentals to enhance their skills for project design.
WT.2 Identify different work areas of electronic Industry through e- journals, magazines etc.
WT.3 Inculcate team work spirit and decision making through practical lab sessions during the training.
WT.4 Inculcate awareness about diverse culture, Identites and society.
WT.5 Design an application based minor project.
WT..6 Enhance the presentation skills and report writing skills through project demonstration and viva- voce.
Course Name: BTEE-402(LCS) Year of Study: JAN-JUNE
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTEE-402.1 Understand the basic concepts of control systems of open loop ans close loop systems.
BTEE-402.2 Model any network based on the type of analogy involved.
BTEE-402.3 Solve any complex network with the help of network reduction techniques like Root locus.
BTEE-402.4 Simplify the problem for time and frequency domain approach as per the specification given.
BTEE-402.5 Design suitable compensated network for applictaion as designing a stable elctrical network.
BTEE-402.6 Understanding and apply the concepts of control components for applications like error detectors, a.c -d.c motors, amplifiers etc.

Course Name: BTEC-401(ACS) Year of Study: JAN-JUNE
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTEC-401.1 Explain the need of modulation and effect of noises in communication system.
BTEC-401.2 Acquire knowledge about AM transmission and reception and applications like radio broadcasting.
BTEC-401.3 Acquire knowledge about FM and PM transmission and reception along with applications in telephony and TV transmission.
BTEC-401.4 Understand and analyze the power consumption for all amplitude modulation process.
BTEC-401.5 Understand various modulation and demodulation techniques of SSB and its advantage over DSB.
BTEC-401.6 Interpret the concept of information theory and pulse modulation and implementation of PCM in digital transmission.

Course Name: BTEC-402(S&S) Year of Study: JAN-JUNE
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTEC-402.1 Understand the classification of signals and systems.
BTEC-402.2 Apply the concepts of Fourier Series and Fourier Transform in Signal Analysis.
BTEC-402.3 Apply convolution to determine the output of linear time-invariant systems for both continuous and discrete time Signals.
BTEC-402.4 Understand the concept of DTFT and z-transform and apply these in filter Designing.
BTEC-402.5 Acquire the knowledge of difference equations and block diagram representation of an LTI System.
BTEC-402.6 To understand random variables and their properties, including marginal and conditional distributions, conditional expectation, covariance and correlation, , and distributions of functions of one or more random variables

Course Name: BTEC-403(EMA)
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTEC-403.1 Understand relation between electric and magnetic fields with the knowledge of Maxwell equations.
BTEC-403.2 Calculate wave propagation in different modes like lossy & lossless media.
BTEC-403.3 Understand the concept of waveguides and transmission lines and various characteristics.
BTEC-403.4 Identify parameters to design an antenna like gain, directivity &calculate fields from antenna and antenna systems
BTEC-403.5 Develop the basic skills necessary for designing a wide variety of practical antennas and antenna arrays.
BTEC-403.6 Describe various modes of propagation and effects of various modes and basic parameters.

Course Name: BTEC-404(EMI)
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTEC404.1 Acquire knowledge about fundamentals of instruments and their characteristics, standards and applications in industrial measurement.
BTEC404.2 Use of analog & digital meters, CRO for appropriate measurement
BTEC404.3 Use AC and DC bridges for relevant parameter measurement
BTEC404.4 Use Signal Generator, function Generator, wave analyzer and spectrum analyzer for signal generation and testing of various communication systems
BTEC404.5 Use of Storage and Display devices for various electronic equipments.
BTEC404.6 Select appropriate passive or active transducers, Telemetry and Data Acquisition systems for measurement of physical phenomenon.

Course Name: BTEC-405(PWSS)
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTEC-405.1 Apply the concept of High Pass and Low Pass Circuits for Filter Designing.
BTEC-405.2 Synthesis the behavior of Multivibrators, for the designing of oscillators, timers and Flip Flops.
BTEC-405.3 Design of Frequency divider to be used in television Systems.
BTEC-405.4 Understand the designing of diodes and transistors for fast switching applications like in digital Computers.
BTEC-405.5 Apply the concept of Clippers and Clampers for the Signal attenuation (noise etc).
BTEC-405.6 Understand Differentiator and integrator for the communication applications as to use trigger pulses or synchronization pulses used in televisions and CROs.

Course Name: BTEC-406(ACS lab)
After the completion of this lab, Students will be able to :

BTEC-406.1 Explain the generation and detection of DSB and DSBSC AM and SSB signal.
BTEC-406.2 Acquire knowledge about various methods of transmission and reception used for FM signals.
BTEC-406.3 Interpret the knowledge about applications of FM in radio broadcasting.
BTEC-406.4 Understand and measure the parameters associated with super heterodyne receiver like sensitivity, selectivity and fidelity.
BTEC-406.5 Understand different types of multiplexing techniques and process of sampling.
BTEC-406.6 Acquire knowledge about the basic antenna designs along with their polar plots and also understand the transmission line characteristics.

Course Name: BTEC-407(EMI lab)
After the completion of this lab, Students will be able to :

BTEC-407.1 Provide sound knowledge about various techniques used for the measurement of industrial parameters.
BTEC-407.2 Exposure to various force, torque, density and velocity measuring instruments.
BTEC-407.3 To achieve a high level of technical expertise in the allied fields of Instrumentation Engineering; Electronics (Analog and Digital); Sensors, Signal conditioners and measurements.
BTEC-407.4 To establish Excellent laboratories to gain acquaintance with the practical implementation of the theoretical concepts through laboratory practices by bringing the real world conditions into the academics. Introduction of radical curriculum revision and lab -linkage courses; Designing open-ended experiments creating opportunity to explore beyond curriculum
BTEC-407.5 Understanding of how different bridge networks are constructed and balanced for finding out values of resistance inductance and capacitance.
BTEC-407.6 Applying the engineering solutions for technical problems and inspiring towards developing new techniques

Course Name: BTEC-408(SS lab)
After the completion of this lab, Students will be able to :

BTEC-408.1 Generate Discrete and Continuous Signals and perform Mathematical operations on them Such as Convolution, Correlation, addition Subtraction etc.
BTEC-408.2 Acquire knowledge about signal and system properties and check the response of both continuous and discrete time linear dynamic systems.
BTEC-408.3 Determine probability density functions, power spectrum density of the signal and compute mean and variance as applied to applications such as noise distribution in any signal.
BTEC-408.4 Acquire knowledge about different signal manipulations in time domain such as shifting, folding, addition, multiplication, etc.
BTEC-408.5 Determine the response of LTI System to any input signal in both continuous and time domain
BTEC-408.6 Use the Z-Transform to analyze discrete time signal and system

Course Name: GENERAL FITNESS
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

GF.1 Empower themselves by setting and working towards individual goals.
GF.2 Understand the importance of moral & ethical values that examplify professionalism.
GF.3 Accesses physical fitness, wellness & sports to promote healthy lifestyle.
GF.4 Apply various analytical & training methods for their development.
GF.5 Utilize physical activity as a tool to manage stress, pressure & work in life.
GF.6 Understand the role of self esteemed, self motivation, self actualisation for the healthy life
Course Name: BTCS-304(DS)
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTCS-304.1 Choose an appropriate data structure for a particular problem. Data structures capture common ways to store and manipulate data, and they are important in the construction of sophisticated computer programs.
BTCS-304.2 Develop algorithm for the creation and processing of data structures.
BTCS-304.3 Write C++ programs, ranging from very short programs to more elaborate programs to design systems.
BTCS-304.4 Understand how data is actually organized in the computer.
BTCS-304.5 Understand the complexity and time-space tradeoffs occur in choosing a particular algorithm and data structure for a given problem such as searching and sorting of data.
BTCS-304.6 Implement these algorithms in real time applications such as CPU scheduling in Operating System, Database, Social Networks, Google maps, Routing in data communication.

Course Name: BTEC-501(DCS)
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTEC-501.1 Understand block diagram of digital communication system and discuss its advantages over analog communication system.
BTEC-501.2 Understand concept of Information and entropy and apply various source coding techniques for different sequences.
BTEC-501.3 Compare various pulse code modulation and demodulation techniques and discuss their applications in Engineering.
BTEC-501.4 Apply various line codes on the digital signal and compare various multiple access techniques to be applied in Communication.
BTEC-501.5 Describe transceivers for various modulation and demodulation techniques of digital communication system.
BTEC-501.6 Calculate bandwidth and compare probability of error for various digital modulation techniques.

Course Name: BTEC-502(DSP)
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTEC502.1  Understand the significance of digital signal processing in biometric, multi-media technology, storage and communications and Describe different Elementary Discrete time sequences.
BTEC502.2 Familiarize with the fundamental concepts such as ‘linearity’ , ‘time-invariance’, ‘impulse response’, ‘convolution’, ‘frequency response’, ‘z-transforms’ and the ‘discrete time Fourier transform’ and apply these basics to applications such as signal analysis,.
BTEC502.3 Understand Discrete Fourier transform (DFT), FFT techniques, 2-D FFT its applications in signal noise analysis, signal power spectrum estimation etc.
BTEC502.4 Perform Z and inverse Z transforms using the definitions, Tables of Standard Transforms and Properties, and Partial Fraction Expansion.
BTEC502.5 Design FIR and IIR filters to meet specific magnitude and phase requirements and apply them in medical, seismic applications etc.
BTEC502.6 Describe different DSP Processors and their architecture and their practical implementation in storage, communication and multi media technology.

Course Name: BTEC-503(LIC)
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTEC-503.1 To define Differential amplifier and list its four configurations.
BTEC-503.2 To illustrate the basic principles of commonly used operational amplifiers and linear integrated circuits.
BTEC-503.3 To interpret and analyze various operational amplifier characteristics mentioned in the data sheet.
BTEC-503.4 To analyze or design various practical applications of operational amplifier.
BTEC-503.5 To experiment with 555 timer and explain its operation as a multivibrator.
BTEC-503.6 To explain the operating principle and applications of phased locked loop and analyze the operation of various types of voltage regulators.

Course Name: BTEC-504(MPMC)
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTEC-504.1 Define basic characteristics of Microprocessor 8085 such as data bus, address bus, control bus, clock frequency and Interrupts.
BTEC-504.2 Explain various instructions used in the Microprocessor 8085 and design a program for a particular application.
BTEC-504.3 Explain interfacing of 8085 with internal and external memories.
BTEC-504.4 Define features of Microcontroller8051and its comparison with Microprocessor 8085.
BTEC-504.5 Elaborate different programming techniques using Microcontroller 8051 for various applications.
BTEC-504.6 Explain interfacing of Microcontroller 8051 with external devices such as ADC, DAC, Stepper Motor and LCD for designing real time projects.

Course Name: BTEC-505 (Lab DSP)
After completion of the lab students will be able to:

BTEC-505.1 Understand basic commands and tools of MATLAB.
BTEC-505.2 Apply the commands to generate standard sequence and perform mathematical functions on various signals.
BTEC-505.3 Compute Convolution, DFT, IDFT,Z- Transform of a sequence to be applied in image processing.
BTEC-505.4 Plot magnitude, phase response, pole zero plot, impulse response of a system to check stability of a system.
BTEC-505.5 Analyze the transfer function using Direct Form and Cascade Form Realization techniques.
BTEC-505.6 Design IIR filter using Butterworth approximation and FIR Filter using Window Techniques to be used in signal processing

Course Name: BTEC-506 (Lab LIC)
After completion of the lab students will be able to:

BTEC-506.1 Study and analyze various differential amplifier configurations.
BTEC-506.2 Measure the performance parameters of an Op-amp.
BTEC-506.3 Analyze and design various linear applications of Op-amp.
BTEC-506.4 Design and construct oscillators and waveform generation circuits.
BTEC-506.5 Design timer, analog and digital circuits using op amps.
BTEC-506.6 Examine the operation of PLL and determine its operational frequency range.

Course Name: BTEC-507 (Lab DCS)
After completion of the lab students will be able to:

BTEC-507.1 Understand block diagram of digital communication system and discuss its advantages over analog communication system.
BTEC-507.2 Understand concept of Information and entropy and apply various source coding techniques for different sequences.
BTEC-507.3 Compare various pulse code modulation and demodulation techniques and discuss their applications in Engineering.
BTEC-507.4 Apply various line codes on the digital signal and compare various multiple access techniques to be applied in Communication.
BTEC-507.5 Describe transceivers for various modulation and demodulation techniques of digital communication system.
BTEC-507.6 Calculate bandwidth and compare probability of error for various digital modulation techniques.

Course Name: BTEC-508 (Lab HP&I)
After completion of the lab students will be able to:

BTEC-508.1 Define basic working of Microprocessor 8085 kit & Microcontroller 8051 kit.
BTEC-508.2 Explain various instructions used in Microprocessor 8085 and design basic programs which are used by CPU in computers.
BTEC-508.3 Design and explain interfacing of Microprocessor 8085 with external devices such as stepper motors and DC motors
BTEC-508.4 Explain various instructions used in Microcontroller 8051 and design programs for basic applications.
BTEC-508.5 Design programmes for interfacing of Microcontroller 8051 external devices such as ADC, DAC and Stepper Motors.
BTEC-508.6 Design and explain interfacing of high power devices to Micro-controller port-lines, LED, relays and LCD display.

Industrial training:
After completion of theTraining students will be able to:

IT.1 Understand professional atmosphere in industry.
IT.2 Learn the latest tools, software’s and techniques used in industry.
IT.3 Know the importance of time management and discipline.
IT.4 Better prepare themselves according to industrial norms to get fit into that atmosphere.
IT.5 Develop their team work skills and overall personality.
IT.6 Practically analyze the problems and find their solutions.
Course Name: BTCS-401(OS)
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTCS-401.1 Gain extensive knowledge on principles and modules of operating systems
BTCS-401.2 Understand key mechanisms in design of operating systems modules
BTCS-401.3 Understand process management, concurrent processes and threads, memory management, virtual memory concepts, deadlocks
BTCS-401.4 Compare performance of processor scheduling algorithms
BTCS-401.5 Produce algorithmic solutions to process synchronization problems
BTCS-401.6 Use modern operating system calls such as Linux process and synchronization libraries

Course Name: BTEC-601(MWR)
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTEC-601.1 Explain the disadvantages of conventional tubes over microwave devices.
BTEC-601.2 Acquire knowledge about the working of M-type and O-type microwave devices.
BTEC-601.3 Understand and analyze the different microwave components like junctions and directional coupler using S-parameters and also able to perform measurements of SWR and frequency.
BTEC-601.4 Acquire knowledge about the applications of microwave tubes, solid state devices and junctions.
BTEC-601.5 Understand the fundamental concepts of radar with its types like FMCW and MTI radar and the applications of radar.
BTEC-601.6 Interpret the various types of scanning and tracking techniques used in radar.

Course Name: BTEC-602(WCS)
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTEC-602.1 Describe the operation and applications of wireless cellular system.
BTEC-602.2 Analyze and design the elements of cellular radio system.
BTEC-602.3 Explain different types of fading and diversity combining schemes.
BTEC-602.4 Compare the various Multiple Access Techniques and apply its concepts in communication systems.
BTEC-602.5 Explain different Wireless systems and its standards available for wireless communication.
BTEC-602.6 Understand the 4G mobile techniques and LTE systems.

Course Name: BTEC-603(EEIM)
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTEC-603.1 Define the various types of costs associated with the product such as fixed cost, variable cost and total cost and its relation with each other.
BTEC-603.2 Distinguish various alternatives for the investment proposal.
BTEC-603.3 Define the concept of cost allocation of the product.
BTEC-603.4 Know about the concept of depreciation
BTEC-603.5 Define the concept of theories given by different scientist.
BTEC-603.6 Know about concept of different types of Management such as inventory, Production, Material, Purchase and Organization.

Course Name: BTEC-604(VLSI)
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTEC-604.1 Design the model using different styles of modeling for household and industrial applications.
BTEC-604.2 Distinguish the performance of digital system using VHDL statements.
BTEC-604.3 Acquire the knowledge of combinational and sequential circuits for digital design.
BTEC-604.4 Determine the electronic characteristics like delay, area, speed using MOS devices for backend design applications.
BTEC-604.5 Introduction to second order effects parameter s and minimization will help the designer to design a perfect industry standard model.
BTEC-604.6 Able to design application based model taking design parameters into the consideration.

Course Name: BTEC-901(ITC)
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTEC-901.1 Explain the concept of information.
BTEC-901.2 Determine the minimum number of bits per symbol required to represent the source and the maximum rate at which reliable communication can take place over various types of channels.
BTEC-901.3 Describe and determine the performance of various data compression techniques .
BTEC-901.4 Illustrate and evaluate the performance of different error control coding techniques for the reliable transmission of digital information over the channel.
BTEC-901.5 To classify ARQ strategies
BTEC-901.6 Utilize ARQ strategies according to the need of the communication system.

Course Name: BTEC-605(LAB VLSI )
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTEC-605.1 Apply the concept of different gates for digital system design.
BTEC-605.2 Understand the designing of different encoders and decoders.
BTEC-605.3 Design entry and simulation of adders and subtractors.
BTEC-605.4 Understand and design different code converters like binary to BCD, Binary to Grey.
BTEC-605.5 Design entry and simulation of various flip flops and shift registers.
BTEC-605.6 Describe, design and simulate various counters.

Course Name: BTEC-606(LAB MWR )
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTEC-606.1 Understand various microwave components, devices and their working.
BTEC-606.2 Acquire Knowledge about microwave frequencies and waveguides that are used to carry microwave components.
BTEC-606.3 Acquire knowledge about performance of microwave Components.
BTEC-606.4 Acquire knowledge about characteristics of various microwave components.
BTEC-606.5 Acquire Knowledge about Microwave Measurements.
BTEC-606.6 Analyze mathematically parameters of antenna used in microwave devices.

Course Name: GENERAL FITNESS
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

GF.1 Empower themselves by setting and working towards individual goals.
GF.2 Understand the importance of moral & ethical values that examplify professionalism.
GF.3 Accesses physical fitness, wellness & sports to promote healthy lifestyle.
GF.4 Apply various analytical & training methods for their development.
GF.5 Utilize physical activity as a tool to manage stress, pressure & work in life.
GF.6 Understand the role of self esteemed, self motivation, self actualisation for the healthy life
Course Name: BTCS-403(CN)
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTCS.403.1 Knowing and Applying  pieces of hardware and software to make networks more efficient, faster, more secure, easier to use, able to transmit several simultaneous messages, and able to interconnect with other networks.
BTCS.403.2 Differentiating the various types of network configurations and applying them to meet the changing and challenging networking demand of organizations.
BTCS.403.3 Defining and analyzing the circuits available for voice and data networks, their transmission speeds (bandwidth), and how they are packaged for commercial use.
BTCS.403.4 Implementation of routing algorithms to control the jitter in networking.
BTCS.403.5 Analyzing why networks need security and control, what errors might occur, and how to control network errors.
BTCS.403.6 Defining the different protocols, software, and network architectures which are helpful for the society.

Course Name: BTEC-701(ES)
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTEC-701.1 Identify the embedded systems around them and recognize the importance of the embedded systems in their daily life.
BTEC-701.2 Select a particular processor depending upon the features of its architecture.
BTEC-701.3 Efficiently code any multi-processor platform.
BTEC-701.4 Compare the applicability of embedded C and ANSI C.
BTEC-701.5 Interface the various devices like stepper motor, DC motor, Zigbee and RFID module to the ARM chip.
BTEC-701.6 Use the development tools like keil for ARM and debug the code and develop some ARM based project.

Course Name: BTEC-702(OCS)
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTEC-702.1 Acquire knowledge about fundamentals and need of optical fiber for communication.
BTEC-702.2 Understand the properties of light propagation through optical cable.
BTEC-702.3 Study and analyze the characteristics of optical fiber and various types of losses occurred in optical fibers.
BTEC-702.4 Acquire knowledge about working of optical transmitters and their designing issues.
BTEC-702.5 Acquire knowledge of optical receivers and analyze various types of noise attacks.
BTEC-702.6 Understand the process of multiplexing for communication through optical cable.

Course Name: BTEC-913(HRM)
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTEC-913.1 Gain an understanding of key terms, theories/concepts and practices within the field of human resource management.
BTEC-913.2 Identify and analyse problems in the field of HRM and be able to provide innovative solutions.
BTEC-913.3 Be able to identify and appreciate the significance of ethical issues in HR practices and the management of people in the workplace.
BTEC-913.4 Obtain the practical skills required by managers actively engaged in the strategic management of people within organisations.
BTEC-913.5 Gain proficiency in communication skills, independent action and team working.
BTEC-913.6 Develop an ability to undertake qualitative and quantitative research and apply this knowledge in the context of an independently constructed piece of work .(i.e.dissertation).

Course Name: BTEC-919(MC)
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

BTEC-919.1 Understand the fundamentals and features of mobile computing technologies and Applications.
BTEC-919.2 Explain the concepts of wireless telephony, GSM and its channel types including applications in telecommunication.
BTEC-919.3 Understand the terminology associated with mobile IP and its data delivery process.
BTEC-919.4 Interpret the various underlying protocols associated with the mobile IP.
BTEC-919.5 Acquire knowledge about Wireless LAN, WAP, and Bluetooth along with their applications.
BTEC-919.6 Understand the characteristics and limitations of Mobile Adhoc Networks (MANET) including their security issues.

Course Name: BTEC-703 (Lab WOCN)
After the completion of this Lab, Students will be able to :

BTEC-703.1 Calculate the attenuation, bending losses, numerical aperture and optical power of optical fiber cable.
BTEC-703.2 Explain transmission of TDM signal through optical fiber.
BTEC-703.3 Interpret and compare bit rate of optical fiber link.
BTEC-703.4 Analyze and explain various multiplexing scheme
BTEC-703.5 Compare and analyze BER of wireless system using M-ARY (BPSK,QPSK,8PSK,16PSK) technique.
BTEC-703.6 Analyze the BER of wireless system using QAM technique.

Course Name: BTEC-704 ( Lab ES)
After the completion of this Lab, Students will be able to :

BTEC-704.1 Take up any embedded project.
BTEC-704.2 Select chips according to their requirements for product development.
BTEC-704.3 Differentiate different chips available in market depending upon their features.
BTEC-704.4 Understand the role of embedded systems in modern technology
BTEC-704.5 Interface the various devices like stepper motor, DC motor, Zigbee and RFID module to the ARM chip.
BTEC-704.6 Solve the real world problems through embedded systems.

Course Name: BTEC-705 (Major Project)
After the completion of this Lab, Students will be able to :

BTEC-705.1 Identify the society needs and produce their idea for the benefit of society.
BTEC-705.2 Form the team and apply their engineering and science knowledge to upgrade the society status.
BTEC-705.3 Critical review of current technology to provide a product that uses a better specifications than before.
BTEC-705.4 Analyze and develop core skills that give students the ability to successfully complete rigorous and original planning problem-solving exercises.
BTEC-705.5 Produce a cost effective project as per market demand.
BTEC-705.6 Prepare an effective report and communicate well to motivate people with their ideas and innovations.

Course Name: GENERAL FITNESS
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

GF.1 Empower themselves by setting and working towards individual goals.
GF.2 Understand the importance of moral & ethical values that examplify professionalism.
GF.3 Accesses physical fitness, wellness & sports to promote healthy lifestyle.
GF.4 Apply various analytical & training methods for their development.
GF.5 Utilize physical activity as a tool to manage stress, pressure & work in life.
GF.6 Understand the role of self esteemed, self motivation, self actualisation for the healthy life
Course Name: (Indusrtial Training)
After the completion of this course, Students will be able to :

IT.1 Behave professionally and to maintain decorum.
IT.2 Get acquainted with the industry and various professional tools and languages employed.
IT.3 Learn industrial etiquette like punctuality and target oriented working where deadlines have to be met, even by working for stretched hours.
IT.4 Train themselves therefore require less training later when students are hired and are assumed to be able to handle more responsibilities.
IT.5 Learn specialized skills of the field, also learn soft skills like communication and interpersonal skills along with computer proficiency and team work, resulting in overall personality development of the student.
IT.6 Test out in the world of work with specific techniques that student learned in the classroom.

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