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Computer Science & Engineering (AI & ML)

Computer Science & Engineering (AI & ML)

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About Course

Department of Computer Science and Engineering (Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning) was established in MIET with the aim of giving quality education. It is an academic center for education, research and creativity in key areas of Computer Science. Department is equipped with labs, Seminar hall with well qualified and learned faculties having specialization in different computer domain.

Department empowers students to have excellence in scientific education, technical education and research to serve as a valuable resource for industry and society. Department promotes collaboration with industry like IBM, Wipro and TCS etc. to achieve better integration of theory. Department offers industrial visits and Personality development courses to fulfill the gap between industry and academics. Department is empowering students by providing latest technologies used in Industry like SAP, REDHAT, ADOBE, SALESFORCE,embedding programming to bridge the gap between Industry and academia.

Courses Offered

UG: 4 years Bachelor of Technology in Computer Science and Engineering (Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning).

 

For any Query Contact Us:

Address :
Department of Computer Science and Engineering (Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning)
Meerut Institute of Engineering and Technology
N.H 58, Delhi-Roorkee Highway,
Baghpat Road Bypass crossing,
Meerut-250005,
U,P (India)

Email : contact@miet.ac.in

Phone No.
Landline : 0121-2439019/2439057
Mobile : +91-6399330444

 

Vision

To be an excellent department that imparts value-based quality education and uplifts innovative research in the ever-changing field of technology.

Mission

  • To fulfill the requirement of skilled human resources with focus on quality education.
  • To create globally competent and socially responsible technocrats by providing value and need based training.
  • To improve Industry-Institution Interaction and encourage the innovative research activities.

 

Program Educational Objectives

After five years of graduation students will:

PEO-1: Students will have the successful careers in the field of computer science and allied sectors as an innovative engineer.

PEO-2: Students will continue to learn and advance their careers through participation in professional activities, attainment of professional certification and seeking advance studies.

PEO-3: Students will be able to demonstrate a commitment to life-long learning.

PEO-4: Students will be ready to serve society in any manner and become a responsible and aware citizen.

PEO-5: Establishing students in a leadership role in any field.

Program Outcomes

PO-1:Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

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

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 the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

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.

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.

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.

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

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

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

PO-10: Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with 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.

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

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

Program Specific Outcomes

PSO-1: Ability to apply and analyses computational concepts in the areas related to algorithms, machine learning, cloud computing, web designing and web services.

PSO-2: Ability to apply standard practices and methodologies in software development and project management.

PSO-3: Ability to employ fundamental concepts and emerging technologies for innovative research activities, carrier opportunities & zeal for higher studies.

SECOND YEAR

DATA STRUCTURE USING C (KCS-301)
CO After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:
CO-1 Describe Data types and Apply the Concept of Linked list and Array
CO-2 Apply the Concept of Stack and Queue
CO-3 Apply the Concept of Tree
CO-4 Apply the Concept of Graph
CO-5 Apply the Concept of Sorting, Searching, Hashing Technique and efficiency of Algorithms.
  SUBJECT NAME: Computer Organization & Architecture (KCS-302)
CO After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:
CO 1 Understand the basic structure, operation of computer & its components.
CO 2 Understand the different ways of communication among CPU, memory and I/O devices.
CO 3 Understand the parameters for the design of memory unit, control unit, ISA and different memory organization
CO 4 Apply the different algorithms for arithmetic operations, logic operations and different instruction formats
CO 5 Compute the performance of different pipeline techniques.
SUBJECT NAME: Discrete Structures & Theory of Logic (KCS-303)
CO After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:
CO-1 To understand & apply the fundamental concept of Discrete & Algebraic structure.
CO-2 To understand the fundamental concept of theory of logic and Graph theory.
CO-3 To apply the concept of Discrete structure, Algebraic structure and theory of logic to solve the engineering problems.
CO-4 To apply the concept of Graph theory,Recurrence Relation & Generating function 
CO-5 To validate the conclusion of propositional statements.
 
Universal Human Values & Professional Ethics(KVE 301)
CO After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:
CO-1 To understand about the need of value education and harmony in self, family, society and nature.
CO-2 To apply the understanding of value education to ensure harmony at all the four levels of living.
CO-3 To analyze about self, feelings in relationship, society and relevence of nature.
CO-4 To evaluate their participation (Thought, Behaviour, Work, Realization) at all the four levels of living.
CO-5 To develop their emotional, social and professional competence.
 
DATA STRUCTURE USING C LAB(KCS-301)
CO After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:
CO-1 Understand & Apply the Concept of Linear and Non Linear Data Structure.
CO-2 Implement Linear Data Structure to Solve Real life problems
CO-3 Implement Non - Linear Data Structure to Solve Real life problem
CO-4 Apply the Concept of Sorting, Searching, Hashing Technique and efficiency of Algorithms.
 
Lab Name: Computer Organization Lab (KCS-352)
CO After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:
CO-1 Implement adder circuits using basic gates
CO-2 Understand the converter circuits using basic gates.
CO-3 Understand the working of Multiplexer by using IC 74153
CO-4 Understand the various circuits for ALU, datapath and control units.
 
Lab Name: Discrete Structures & Theory of Logic Lab (KCS-353)
CO After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:
CO-1 To implement basic discrete structures algorithms.
CO-2 To  implement algebraic operations.
CO-3 To  implement logical problems like Boolean algebra and birthday problem.
CO-4 To implement closed formula of recursive sequence.
 
Computer System Security (KNCS301/KNCS401)
CO After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:
CO-1 To understand the software bugs that pose cybersecurity threats and how to fix the bugs to mitigate such threats.
CO-2 To understand the attack scenarios to web browsers, web servers and how to mitigate such threats.
CO-3 To understand the cyber security holes in standard networking protocols such as TCP/IP, ARP, DNS, Ethernet, BGP etc and how to mitigate such Security hole
CO-4  To understand the difference between System Security, Network Security and Cryptography, Crypto- Protocol etc.
CO-5  To Analyze the cyber threats to Critical Infrastructures.
 
MATHS-III (KAS-302)
CO After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:
CO-1 Remember the concept of partial differential equation and to solve partial differential equations.
CO-2 Analyze the concept of partial differential equations to evaluate the problems concerned with partial differential equations.
CO-3 Understand the concept of correlation, moments, skewness and kurtosis and curve fitting.
CO-4 Remember the concept of probability to evaluate probability distributions.
CO-5 Apply the concept of hypothesis testing and statistical quality control to create control charts.
Mini Project - KCS 354
CO After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:
CO-1 To get fundamental concepts of a software building technologies.
CO-2 Use the features of the techniology learn to build a small project.
CO-3 Use proper validation and testing on different modules of the project.
CO-4 Able to communicate the objective and working of the project.
CO-5 Write the project report.
 
SUBJECT NAME: MATHS IV (KAS-302)
CO-1 Remember the concept of partial differential equation and to solve partial differential equations.
CO-2 Analyze the concept of partial differential equations to evaluate the problems concerned with partial differential equations.
CO-3 Understand the concept of correlation, moments, skewness and kurtosis and curve fitting
CO-4 Apply the concept of hypothesis testing and statistical quality control to create control charts.
CO-5 To Implement searching ,sorting,merging, Sieve of Eratosthenes algorithms.
Operating System (KCS-401)
After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:
CO STATEMENT
CO-1 To understand the operating system concepts and its layered architecture.
CO-2 To understand the structure and organization of the file system and device management policies.
CO-3 To apply various algorithms required for CPU and disk scheduling.
CO-4 To apply process synchronization, concurrency control and deadlock in real life scenarios.
CO-5 To apply the memory management and page replacement strategies.
Subject Name: THEORY OF AUTOMATA AND FORMAL LANGUAGES (KCS-402)
CO After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:
CO-1 Understand and apply the fundamental concept in theory of automata.
CO-2 Identify different formal language classes and their relationships.
CO-3 Construct grammar for different formal languages.
CO-4 Design automata corresponding to given formal languages.
CO-5 Analyze the tractability and decidability with Turing machine.
Microprocessor(KCS-403)
CO STATEMENT
CO-1 To understand the basic architecture of 8085 micro-processor
CO-2 To do interfacing of 8085 microprocessor with memory and I/O devices.(Understand)
CO-3 To understand various instructions, software and hardware interrupts and their applications.
CO-4 To demonstrate programming proficiency using the various addressing modes, using the capabilities of stack, program counter, and status register.
CO-5 To understand the architecture of 8086 micro-processor and various programmable peripheral interface ICs and their application
Operating System Lab (KCS 451)
CO  After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:
CO-1 To apply the basic LINUX commands, process concepts and system calls.
CO-2 To implement various CPU scheduling algorithm for a given problem
CO-3 To implement the concepts of deadlock and multiprogramming system
CO-4 To implement various page replacement algorithms.
CO SUBJECT NAME: Python Programming Lab(KCS-453)
CO-1 To implement the basic concepts of python programming like math function, Strings, List, Tuple and Dictionary
CO-2 To implement the programs using conditional and loop statements
CO-3 To implement file handling techniques.
CO-4 To implement searching, sorting and merging algorithms.
CO-5 To implement concepts of OOPS.
SUBJECT NAME:  TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION ( KAS-301/401 )
Students will be able to -
CO-1 To understand the nature and objectives of Technical Communication relevant for the work place as Engineers.
CO-2 To demonstrate the technical writing for the purspose of Technical Communication and its exposure in various dimensions.
CO-3 To apply presentation skills to enhance confidence in face of diverse audience.
CO-4 To apply a vast know-how of application of the learning to promotetheir technical competence.
CO-5 To analyse their efficacy as fluent & efficient communicators by learning the voice- dynamics.
Electronics Engineering (KOE-038)
CO  After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:
CO-1 To understand the  basic knowledge of working principles & parameters related to electronic devices like Diode, Special Purpose Diodes, BJT, FET, OP-AMP based circuits etc.
CO-2 To analyze the working of diode based electronic circuits, Rectifier, Clamper, Clipper, Multiplier, Amplifier etc. and to test different small electronic circuits.
CO-3 To apply OP-AMP principles to design different applications like adder, subtractor, integrator, and differentiator etc.
CO-4 To understand the purpose and working of power supplies, measuring instruments like DVM, DMM, CRO and DSO and to measure various parameters with the help of them.
CO SUBJECT NAME: Python Programming (KNC -402)
CO-1 To Understand the concepts of python programmig
CO-2 To Understand the use of python data structures
CO-3 To Implement the programs using the functions,higher order functions and recursions
CO-4 To apply file handling techniques, Modules, Exception Handling and concepts of OOPS
CO-5 To Implement searching ,sorting,merging, Sieve of Eratosthenes algorithms.

Third Year

DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (KCS-501)
CO STATEMENT
CO 1 To understand the different issues involved in the design and implementation of database system.
CO 2 To apply database queries in SQL, Relational algebra, tuple and domain calculus.
CO 3 To apply normalization techniques.
CO 4 To apply concepts of transaction processing and distributed database.
CO 5 To apply the concurrency control protocols.
CO SUBJECT NAME: Design Analysis and Algorithm (KCS-503)
CO-1 To understand the growth rate, performance measures and design paradigms of algorithms.
CO-2 To apply advanced data structures and various sorting algorithms.
CO-3 To apply string matching algorithms, greedy & dynamic programming approaches to enhance problem solving skills.
CO-4 To interpret the approximation algorithms, randomized algorithms and NP complete problems
CO-5 To analyze various problems, and compare appropriate algorithmic design techniques for their solution
CO SUBJECT NAME: Data Analytics (KCS-051)
CO-1 To understand the life cycle phases of Data Analytics through discussions and observations.
CO-2 To understand and apply Data Analysis Techniques.
CO-3 To apply various Data streams algorithms
CO-4 To understand item sets, Clustering, frame works  and Visualizations.
CO-5 To acquire the knowledge of data analysis using R programming.
CO SUBJECT NAME: Web Designing (KCS-052)
CO-1 Understand principle of Web page design and about types of websites
CO-2 Visualize and Recognize the basic concept of HTML and application in web designing.
CO-3 Recognize and apply the elements of Creating Style Sheet (CSS).
CO-4 Understand the basic concept of Java Script and its application.
CO-5 Introduce basics concept of Web Hosting and apply the concept of SEO
CO SUBJECT NAME: Machine Learning Techniques (KCS 055)
CO-1 To understand the need for machine learning for various problem solving
CO-2 To understand a wide variety of learning algorithms.
CO-3 To analyze the latest trends in machine learning in comparision to conventional Method.
CO-4 To apply appropriate machine learning algorithms to a real-world problems
CO-5 To apply Genetic Algorithms to solve real world problems.
CO SUBJECT NAME: Human Computer Interface (KCS- 058)
CO-1 To understand and analyze the common methods in the user-centered design process and the appropriateness of individual methods for a given problem.
CO-2 To apply , adapt and extend classic design standards, guidelines, and patterns.
CO-3 To apply design  and evaluation methods at a basic level of competence.
CO-4 To develop  prototypes at varying levels of fidelity, from paper prototypes to functional, interactive prototypes.
CO-5 To demonstrate sufficient theory of human computer interaction, experimental methodology and inferential statistics to engage with the contemporary research literature in interface technology and design.
CO SUBJECT NAME: CONSTITUTION OF INDIA (KNC501)
CO-1 To understand the basic features and modalities about Indian constitution
CO-2 To differentiate and relate the functioning of Indian parliamentary system at National and State level.
CO-3 To differentiate different aspects of Indian Legal System and its related bodies
CO-4 To discuss  and apply different laws and regulations related to engineering practices
CO-5 To understand the role of engineers in different organizations and e-governance.
Course Outcome (LOs): DBMS LAB(KCS-551)
LO-1 To apply database language commands to create & implement the database.
LO-2 To apply aggregare operators and SQL queries to retrieve records from the database.
LO-3 To apply  the concepts of relational algebra, join and change it into SQL queries.
LO-4 To apply PL/SQL for processing a database.
Course Outcome (LOs): Complier Design Lab(KCS-552)
LO-1 To understand Lexical analyzer for if statement and Arithmetic expressions
LO-2 To implement DFA and NFA
LO-3 To implement Shift Reduce Parser, Operator Precedence Parser and Recursive Decent Parser
LO-4 To implement Code Generator and Code Optimization Techniques
Course Outcome (LOs) DAA LAB (KCS-553)
LO-1 To  analyze various sorting techniques.
LO-2 To implement problems based on Divide and Conquer approach
LO-3 To implement problems based on  using Greedy Approach
LO-4 To  apply concepts of dynamic programming and Backtracking approach


FOURTH YEAR

APPLICATION OF SOFT COMPUTING - RCS071(NOE-031/041(NOE-031/041)
CO After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:
CO-1 To understand the fundamental theory and concepts of neural networks and its architecture.
CO-2 Understand the concept of fuzzy logic and fuzzy set theory.
CO-3 To Explain the concept of genetic algorithm.
CO-4 To apply different learning methodology of neural network to solve a given problem like back-propagation.
CO-5 Student will be able to apply the concept of Genetic Algorithms to solve problems.
Subject Name: Distributed System(RCS-701)
CO After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:
CO-1 To understand the principles & basic concepts of distributed systems.
CO-2 To understand the concepts of Fault Tolerance and failure recovery of resources in distributed system.
CO-3 To solve problems in distributed Mutual Exclusion using various algorithms and methods.
CO-4 To analyze different Protocols in Distributed Systems.
CO-5 To analyze different distributed system transactions and concurrency controls.
SUBJECT NAME: Artificial Intelligence (RCS-702)
CO SUBJECT NAME: Artificial Intelligence (RCS-702)
CO 1 To Understand the concept of Artificial intelligence.
CO 2 To apply various search algorithms of artificial intelligence.
CO 3 To apply knowledge representation and reasoning techniques.
CO 4 To understand & apply different types of machine learning and models.
CO 5 To understand the design principles of pattern recognition with estimation and apply classification technique.
SUBJECT NAME: CLOUD COMPUTING RCS-075
CO After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:
CO-1 To understand the basic concept of cloud computing and its characteristics
CO-2 To analyze the SOAP and REST webservices and virtualization types.
CO-3 To understand fundamental concepts of cloud infrastructures and cloud storage
CO-4 To understand the resource provisioning methods and security challenges in cloud.
CO-5 To introduce with various cloud technology like- HADOOP, Virtual Box etc.
SUBJECT NAME: DATA COMPRESSION
CO After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:
CO-1 To understand the fundamentals of Data Compression.
CO-2 To understand Scalar and Vector Quantization.
CO-3 To understand various compression techniques and models.
CO-4 To apply different encoding and decoding techniques.
SUBJECT NAME: IMAGE PROCESSING RCS-082
CO1 Able to understand the fundamentals of digital image processing and analyze filtering techniques in frequency domain using fourier transforms.
CO2 Able to analyze image enhancement in spatial domain.
CO 3 Able to apply image restoration with noise filtering techniques
CO4 Able to apply logical operation using morphological algorithm.
CO5 Able to apply geometric transformation edge and line detection using segmentation techniques.
SUBJECT NAME: Values, Relationship & Ethical Human Conduct-For a Happy & Harmonious Society ROE-088
CO After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:
CO-1 To apply the right understanding for the importance and types of relationship
CO-2 To analyse the right expressions with respect of relationship
CO-3 To evaluate the competence to think about the conceptual framework of undivided society
CO-4 To understand conceptual framework of universal human order
CO-5 To develop the exposure for transition from current state to the undivided society and universal human order
CO  DISTRIBUTED SYSTEM(NCS-701)
CO-1 To understand the principles & problems  of distributed systems.
CO-2 To solve problems in distributed Mutual Exclusion using various algorithms and methods.
CO-3 To analyze different Agreement Protocols in Distributed Systems.
CO-4 To understand the concepts of Fault Tolerance and failure recovery of resources in distributed system.
CO-5 To  analyze different distributed system transactions and concurrency controls.
CO Subject Name: Software Testing & Audit(NCS-071)(E)
CO-1 To understand different concept of software testing techniques.
CO-2 To apply different techniques used in software testing  .
CO-3 To Apply different testing strategies on different web applictaions.
CO-4 To analyze different  techniques used in functional testing.
CO Subject Name: Compiler Design (NCS-603/RCS-602)
CO1 Understand the phases of Compiler Design
CO2 Apply the formal attributed grammar for specifying the syntax and semantics of programming languages
CO3 Apply different Parsing Techniques and error recovery techniques to generate parse trees
CO4 Apply Syntax directed Translation scheme to generate Translation
CO5 Analyze allocation scheme for symbol table and various techniques for error detection and recovery.  
CO6 Analyze different  techniques for parsing,intermediate code generation and machine code optimisation
CO Subject Name: PATTERN RECOGNITION(NCS-080)(E)
CO1 Understand the basic terms and overview of pattern recognition.
CO2 Apply mathematical constructs & different  estimation methods for pattern recognition problem.
CO3 To solve classification problems using Statistical pattern recognition approaches
CO4 To apply function and technique of clustering techniques in unsupervised learning problems
CO5 Analyze different  estimation methods.
CO Subject Name:PPL (NCS-503)
CO1 Understand the basic concepts of syntax, semantics, and properties of programming languages. 
CO2 Analyze semantic issues associated with function implementations, variable binding, scoping rules
CO3 Ability to design and implement sub programs in various programming languages (Apply)
CO4 Apply the concept of object-oriented programming and functional programming
CO5 Solve the programming problems by using lambda calculus.
CO Subject Name: CYBER SECURITY(RUC-601)
CO-1 Students will be able to  understand the concepts of information system and cyber security.
CO-2 Students will be able to understand different security threats.
CO-3 Students will be to understand the requirements for developing secure Information systems.
CO-4 Students will be able to understand the information security policies and standards .
CO-5 Students will be able to apply different Cryptographic techniques.
CO Subject Name: Digital Image Processing (NCS-801)
CO1 Students will be able to understand the fundamental concept of digital image processing.  
CO2 Students will be able to analyze filtering techniques in frequency domain using fourier transforms.
CO 3 Students will be able to analyze image enhancement in  spatial domain.
CO4 Students will be able to understand  image restoration with noise filtering techniques.
CO5 Students will be able to apply geometric transformation, segmentation and morphological techniques
CO SUBJECT NAME:  THEORY OF AUTOMATA AND FORMAL LANGUAGES (NCS-402)
CO STATEMENT
CO 1 Understand the basic concepts of automata theory
CO 2 To understand  chomsky classification of language and grammer.
CO 3 Able to design Pushdown Automata using context free and regular languages
CO 4 Understand the fundamentals of Regular Expressions and languages, able to convert finite automata to regular expression and vice versa.
CO 5 Students able to design Turing machine for decidable problems
CO SUBJECT NAME:  Design Analysis and Algorithm (NCS-402)
CO-1 Understand growth rate, performance measures  and design paradigms of algorithms.
CO-2 Apply advanced data structures and various sorting algorithms.
CO-3 Apply string matching algorithms, greedy & dynamic programming approaches to enhance problem solving skills.
CO-4 Interpret the approximation algorithms, randomized algorithms and NP complete problems.
CO-5 Analyze various problems, and compare appropriate algorithmic design techniques for their solution.
CO SUBJECT NAME:  Artificial Intelligence (NCS-702)
CO-1 To Understand the  concept of Artificial intelligence
CO-2 To apply various search algorithms of artificial intelligence 
CO-3 To apply knowledge representation and reasoning techniques.
CO-4 To understand different types of machine learning and models.
CO-5 To understand the design principles of pattern recognition with estimation and classification technique.
CO SUBJECT NAME: Cryptography and Network Security
CO-1 To understand fundamentals of Cryptography and Network Security
CO-2 To apply the concepts of modular arithmetic in crytography algorithms.
CO-3 To apply message authentication mechanisms and digital signatures.
CO-4 To apply symmetric and asymmetric key distribution techniques.
CO-5 To understand IP, system security & secure socket layer.
CO SUBJECT NAME: Data Compression
CO-1 Able to understand the fundamentals of Data Compression.
CO-2 To analyze various compression techniques and models.
CO-3 To understand huffman coding and its applications.
CO-4 To apply different encoding and decoding techniques.
CO-5 To understand Scalar and Vector Quantization.
CO SUBJECT NAME:  Computer Based Numerical and Statistical Techniques (NCS-303)
CO-1 To understand the concept of computer based numerical ,statistical  techniques and different type of errors.
CO-2 To apply different numerical methods to solve algebraic equations and transcendental equations.
CO-3 To apply different numerical techniques to interpolate given data.
CO-4 To apply different numerical methods to solve  simultaneous linear algebraic equations and ordinary diffferential equations
CO SUBJECT NAME:  COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE (NCS505)
CO 1 To understand the basic structure, operation of computer & its components .
CO 2 To understand the different ways of communication among CPU, memory and I/O devices.
CO 3 To find out all required parameters for the design of memory unit.
CO 4 To apply the different algorithms for arithmetic operations, logic operations and different instruction formats.
CO 5 To analyse different aspects of control unit, microprogramming, ISA and different memory organization.
CO SUBJECT NAME:  Maths-IV (KAS 302)
CO1 Remember the concept of partial differential equation and to solve partial differential equations
CO2 Analyze the concept of partial differential equations to evaluate the problems concerned with partial differential equations
CO3 Understand the concept of correlation, moments, skewness and kurtosis and curve fitting
CO4 Remember the concept of probability to analyze probability distributions
CO5 Apply the concept of hypothesis testing and statistical quality control to create control charts
CO SUBJECT NAME:  SPM(NEOE-072/NOE-077)
CO-1 Understand the concept of software project management , their needs, vision and objectives.
CO-2 Understand the concept of work breakdown structure(WBS) and their function.
CO-3 Analysis of budget for the project and monitor the activity during project development and also understand the concept of project review.
CO-4 Understand the concept of testing, software quality assurance and analyze the maturity of software projects using CMM model.
CO-5 Understand the project risk and analysis of risk and apply risk controlling tool on project.
SUBJECT NAME:  DATA MINING AND DATAWAREHOUSING (NCS-066)/RIT-E22/RIT-062
CO STATEMENT
CO-1 Discuss the concepts of data warehousing and Data Mining
CO-2 Explain the basic concepts of data visualization
CO-3 Apply the process of warehouse planning, design and technology.
CO-4 Use the concepts of data mining with different techniques of data pre-processing
CO-5 Analyze different algorithms of data classification and data clustering.
CO SUBJECT NAME:  E-COMMERCE(NCS-068)
CO-1 Understand the  fundamental concepts of E-Commerce System.
CO-2 Understand Internet and Intranet technology on business electronic commerce.
CO-3 Identify various security issues during transaction of e-commerce and importance of firewall and its usage
CO-4    Demonstrate the various encryption techniques used in communication and understand importance of virtual private network.
CO-5 Understand the various payments modes in e-commerce system
Computer  Organization & Architecture (KCS-302/RCS-302
CO STATEMENT
CO 1 To understand the basic structure, operation of computer & its components .
CO 2 To understand the different ways of communication among CPU, memory and I/O devices.
CO 3 To find out all required parameters for the design of memory unit.
CO 4 To apply the different algorithms for arithmetic operations, logic operations and different instruction formats.
CO 5 To analyse different aspects of control unit, microprogramming, ISA and different memory organization.
COMPUTER SYSTEM SECURITY (KNC301)
CO STATEMENT
CO 1 To understand the concept of computer security threats, sample attacks, Internet infrastructure and to explain how to fix the bugs to mitigate such threats.
CO 2 To understand the concept of confidentiality policies, system call interposition, Security architecture, attack Scenarios to web browsers and web server.
CO 3 To apply the concept of Network Security and cryptography to the urgent need for cyber Security in computer System and Networks.
CO 4 Analyze the concept of control hijacking, runtime defenses, cross site request forgery, Intrusion detection system, RSA-Algorithm, Firewalls.
Universal Human Values and Professional Ethics (KVE301)(NOT FINALIZED)
CO STATEMENT
CO-1 Students will be able to understand about the need of value education and harmony in self, family, society and nature.
CO-2 Students will be able to apply the understanding of value education to ensure harmony at all the four lelevls of living.
CO-3 Students will be able to analyze about self, feelings in relationship, society and relevence of nature.
CO-4 Students will be able to evaluate their participation at all the four levels of living.
CO-5 Students will be able to improve their emotional, social and professional competence.
INDUSTRIAL SOCIOLOGY (RAS502) (NOT FINALIZED)
CO After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:
CO -1 Students will be able to remember the nature, scope and importance of industrial sociology. Also they'll be able to understand Taylor's scientific principle and bureaucreatic therory.
CO-2 The stdents would be able to understand early industrialization and will remember the types of productive system . Students would be able to analyze the causes & consequences of industrialization and will understand the obstacles to and limitations of industrialization.
CO-3 The students would be able to observe the Industrial Policy Resolutions - 1956 & Science, technology & innovation policy of India - 2013
CO-4 The students would be able to understand Grievances and Grievance handling Procedure. Also they would be able to comprehend the code of discipline and standing orders.
CO-5 The students will be able to comprehend visualizing the future through models of industrialization and will gain the knowledge on same.
HUMAN VALUES AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS (AUC-001)
CO After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:
CO-1 Students will be able to understand about the need of value education and harmony in self, family, society and nature.
CO-2 Students will be able to apply the understanding of value education to ensure harmony at all the four levels of living.
CO-3 Students will be able to analyze about self, feelings in relationship, society and relevance of nature.
CO-4 Students will be able to evaluate their participation at all the four levels of living.
CO-5 Students will be able to improve their emotional, social and professional competence.
INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY(NHU-301)
CO After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:
CO-1 Students will be able to understand about the need of industrial psychology and the role of scientific management and human relations in industries
CO-2 Students will be able to apply the understanding of motivation, stress management, and leadership skills to solve different problems in industries
CO-3 Students will be able to analyze work environment and the safety measures to increase performance of employees
CO-4 Students will be able to evaluate current work system and plan different methods to improve workers performance and to get maximum output
CO SUBJECT NAME:  MATHEMATICS –III(NAS 301/NAS 401)
CO-1 Discuss analytic function and evaluation of real integral..
CO-2 Apply the concept of Fourier transforms and Z transform to solve Heat, Wave, Laplace equations and in difference equations
CO-3 Discuss difffferent techniques of statistics e. g. moments, correlation, regression , curve fitting, probability distribution and the hypotheses testing using chi square test and t- test
CO-4  Apply the iterative methods to find root of equations also discuss interpolation.
CO-5 Apply various methods to solve system of linear equations and ordinary differential equations also discuss numerical differentiation and integration.
CO SUBJECT NAME:  MATHEMATICS –III(RAS 301/RAS 401)
CO-1 Discuss analytic function and evaluation of real integral..
CO-2 Discuss difffferent techniques of statistics e. g. moments, correlation, regression , curve fitting, probability distribution and the hypotheses testing using chi square test and t- test
CO-3  Apply the iterative methods to find root of equations also discuss interpolation.
CO-4 Apply various methods to solve system of linear equations and ordinary differential equations also discuss numerical differentiation and integration.
CO-5 Apply the concept of Fourier transforms and Z transform to solve Heat, Wave, Laplace equations and in difference equations
SUBJECT NAME: PYTHON PROGRAMMING  (KCS-403)
CO After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:
CO 1 To understand the concepts of python programmig
CO 2 To design the programs using the functions,higher order functions and recursions
CO 3 To understand the use of python data structures
CO 4 To apply file handling techniques and concepts of OOPS
CO 5 To analyze searching ,sorting and merging algorithms.

 

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Mr. Trilok Rawat
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 4 Years
Research experience Nil
Email id Trilokrawat21@gmail.com
Area of interest Data Mining
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Mr. Amrendra Kumar Singh
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience Nil
Teaching experience 4 Years
Email id amrendrakumarsingh5@gmail.com
Areas of interest Database
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Mr. Prashant Kumar
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 6 Months
Research experience Nil
Email id prashantcocoa@gmail.com
Area of interest Data Communications, Machine Learning, Data Analytics.
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