Undergraduate engineering programmes are designed to prepare graduates to attain the following program outcomes:

  • Engineering Knowledge:Apply the scientific knowledge and engineering fundamentals with specialization in computer science and engineering in solving the complex engineering problems.
  • Problem Analysis:Identify, formulate and analyze complex engineering problems to achieve meaningful conclusions using the basic principles of sciences and computer engineering.
  • Design and Development: Design the system components or processes to meet the specific requirements with due consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental aspects.
  • Investigation of complex problems:Conduct research and apply advance techniques in the design of experiments, analysis and synthesis of information and interpretation of data to obtain solution of complex problems.
  • Usage of Modern Tools:Develop, select and apply the modern computer engineering tools and techniques for simulation and modeling of the engineering activities.
  • The Engineer and Society:Apply appropriate knowledge to assess societal, health & safety, legal & cultural issues and understand the consequent responsibilities pertaining to the professional engineering practices.  
  • Environment and Sustainability:Provide sustainable development with positive impact on the society and environment.
  • Ethics:Perform engineering practices with professional ethics and responsibilities.
  • Individual and Team work:Work effectively as an individual, as a member or a leader in diverse and multidisciplinary systems.
  • Communication:Communicate effectively with engineering community and with society at large while dealing with engineering activities such as to comprehend and write effective reports, make effective documentation & presentation and give and receive clear instructions.
  • Project Management & Finance:Manage the projects in multidisciplinary environment as a member or a leader in a team with knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles handling the financial aspects judiciously.
  • Life Long Learning:Capable to engage in independent and lifelong learning to adapt to the technological changes.



PSOs of Computer Science & Engineering

  • PSO1 : Detailed knowledge of contemporary and emerging issues of Computer Science and Engineering.
  • PSO2 : Strong skills in learning the new technological and programming environments.