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Maharashtra Institute of technology, Aurangabad CO’s and PO’s

Course Code:BSH102 Course Name: Engineering Physics Course Coordinator: Prof.P. D. Ghodke

Course Objectives:1) To enable students to understand Engineering Physics as best tool used in modern Technology. 2) To understand knowledge of Engineering Physics terms, symbols, concepts principles & processes & skills of presentation of proofs. 3) Create confidence for equipping themselves (students) with part of Engineering Physics related to various branches of Engineering. 4) To acquire sufficient Engineering Physics Techniques for daily practical problems. 5) To provide necessary background in advanced Engineering Physics for Engineering students. 6) To create an aptitude for Science & create work in Physics ,( Science & Technology.) 7) An ability to apply knowledge of computing, Mathematics, Science & Engineering Fundamentals appropriate to the discipline. 8) An ability to analyze a problem, and identify and formulate the computing requirements appropriate to its solution. 9) To create an ability to identify & solve the problems. 10) Hands on experience by Engineering Physics Particles & their implementation in day to day life

Course Outcomes:1) Students will able to apply knowledge & critical understanding of basic concepts, 2) 3) 4) 5)

facts, principles, term, of Engineering Physics to real world. Students will apply theoretical part of Physics in various Engineering fields. It will create interest in Science by self learning. It will enhance ability of students to identify the basic formulas, concepts or ideas in Engineering field. Students will able to solve Engineering problems using Mathematical terms.

6) It will create an ability to identify & solve the problems.

Program outcomes for dept. of Computer Science & Engineering: 1) An ability to demonstrate knowledge of Physics, probability and fundamentals of Computer Science and Engineering. 2) Knowledge to understand problem and methods for solving the problems. 3) Vision of self education, lifelong learning to succeed in their career. 4) Ability to participate and succeed in competitive examinations like GATE, GRE. Mapping CO PO 1 2 3 4

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Program Outcomes for dept. of Plastic & Polymer Engineering : 1) An ability to apply knowledge of Engineering Physics fundamentals appropriate to the discipline. 2) An ability to analyze a problem, and identify and formulate the computing requirements appropriate to its solution. Mapping 1 CO PO 1 2

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Program Outcomes for dept. of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering. 1) Graduates can apply Physics knowledge to Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering problems. 2) Graduate will be able to demonstrate excellent knowledge of problem solving. 3) Graduate will able to use various tools to solve Engineering problems and to evaluate solutions.

4) Graduate will develop confidence for self and lifelong learning. Mapping 1 CO PO 1 2 3 4

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Program Outcomes for dept. of Mechanical Engineering: 1) Graduate will able to understand and proficiently apply the relevant Sciences and Scientific methods to Mechanical Engineering to design solutions to complex problems. 2) Determine, analyses, and proficiently apply Theoretical and Numerical analysis of phenomenon to conceive, design, control and optimize the performance of Mechanical Engineering systems. 3) Develop and implement creative and innovative approaches to problem solving. Mapping 1

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Program Outcomes for dept. of Agricultural Engineering: 1) An ability to apply knowledge of Science and Engineering. 2) An ability to identify, formulate and solve Engineering problems. 3) Proficiency in mathematics, through differential equation, and relevant engineering sciences consistent with the discipline. Mapping 1 CO PO 1 2 3

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By, Pankaj D. Ghodke. Asst. Prof. (BSHD) MIT, Aurangabad.

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Maharashtra Institute of technology, Aurangabad CO’s and PO’s

Course Code:BSH102 Course Name: Engineering Physics Course Coordinator: Prof.P. D. Ghodke

Course Objectives:1) To enable students to understand Engineering Physics as best tool used in modern Technology. 2) To understand knowledge of Engineering Physics terms, symbols, concepts principles & processes & skills of presentation of proofs. 3) Create confidence for equipping themselves (students) with part of Engineering Physics related to various branches of Engineering. 4) To acquire sufficient Engineering Physics Techniques for daily practical problems. 5) To provide necessary background in advanced Engineering Physics for Engineering students. 6) To create an aptitude for Science & create work in Physics ,( Science & Technology.) 7) An ability to apply knowledge of computing, Mathematics, Science & Engineering Fundamentals appropriate to the discipline. 8) An ability to analyze a problem, and identify and formulate the computing requirements appropriate to its solution. 9) To create an ability to identify & solve the problems. 10) Hands on experience by Engineering Physics Particles & their implementation in day to day life

Course Outcomes:1) Students will able to apply knowledge & critical understanding of basic concepts, 2) 3) 4) 5)

facts, principles, term, of Engineering Physics to real world. Students will apply theoretical part of Physics in various Engineering fields. It will create interest in Science by self learning. It will enhance ability of students to identify the basic formulas, concepts or ideas in Engineering field. Students will able to solve Engineering problems using Mathematical terms.

6) It will create an ability to identify & solve the problems.

Program outcomes for dept. of Computer Science & Engineering: 1) An ability to demonstrate knowledge of Physics, probability and fundamentals of Computer Science and Engineering. 2) Knowledge to understand problem and methods for solving the problems. 3) Vision of self education, lifelong learning to succeed in their career. 4) Ability to participate and succeed in competitive examinations like GATE, GRE. Mapping CO PO 1 2 3 4

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Program Outcomes for dept. of Plastic & Polymer Engineering : 1) An ability to apply knowledge of Engineering Physics fundamentals appropriate to the discipline. 2) An ability to analyze a problem, and identify and formulate the computing requirements appropriate to its solution. Mapping 1 CO PO 1 2

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Program Outcomes for dept. of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering. 1) Graduates can apply Physics knowledge to Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering problems. 2) Graduate will be able to demonstrate excellent knowledge of problem solving. 3) Graduate will able to use various tools to solve Engineering problems and to evaluate solutions.

4) Graduate will develop confidence for self and lifelong learning. Mapping 1 CO PO 1 2 3 4

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Program Outcomes for dept. of Mechanical Engineering: 1) Graduate will able to understand and proficiently apply the relevant Sciences and Scientific methods to Mechanical Engineering to design solutions to complex problems. 2) Determine, analyses, and proficiently apply Theoretical and Numerical analysis of phenomenon to conceive, design, control and optimize the performance of Mechanical Engineering systems. 3) Develop and implement creative and innovative approaches to problem solving. Mapping 1

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Program Outcomes for dept. of Agricultural Engineering: 1) An ability to apply knowledge of Science and Engineering. 2) An ability to identify, formulate and solve Engineering problems. 3) Proficiency in mathematics, through differential equation, and relevant engineering sciences consistent with the discipline. Mapping 1 CO PO 1 2 3

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By, Pankaj D. Ghodke. Asst. Prof. (BSHD) MIT, Aurangabad.

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