PEOs & POs



Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  1. For employment in the core industrial/manufacturing sector

  2. for employment in research and development organizations

  3. for employment in Automation & IT/ITES(IT Enabled Service) industry

  4. To identify and formulate an analytical design for an appropriate problem by conducting experiments with different sensors, transducers and electronic circuits and able to analyze and interpret data.

  5. for Entrepreneurship in the long run

Programme Outcomes (POs)

  1. Would have developed an ability to apply the knowledge of mathematics, sciences, and engineering fundamentals to the field of electronics & instrumentation.

  2. Would have possessed a comprehensive understanding of a wider range of electronic devices, analog and digital electronic circuits and the state-of-the-art advanced electronic systems invariably found in every measurement and instrumentation system

  3. Would have the right knowledge of and exposure to a variety of sensors, data acquisition systems, actuators, and control methodologies to readily provide innovative solutions to the day-to-day problems in the core industry (e.g. processes, power plants, automotive)

  4. Would have gained adequate knowledge in microprocessors and microcontrollers, embedded systems, data structures, algorithms, computer programming and simulation softwares to be able to offer services in IT and management sectors

  5. Would have learnt necessary skills to develop mathematical models, and deploy appropriate techniques and IT tools to design advanced control systems and associated instrumentation for problems dealt in R & D organizations.

  6. Would be thoroughly prepared and made confident to take up complex problems in the field of E&I C and provide sustainable solutions by (i) surveying the literature and patents, (ii) designing and conducting experiments, (iii) interpreting the data, (iv) drawing relevant conclusions, with due consideration and responsibility towards the immediate social, cultural, environmental and legal issues, and (v) documenting the research carried out

  7. Would be able to evaluate and deliver the solutions by optimally utilizing the available resources, including finances and project time, by adapting appropriate resource management techniques

  8. Would be competent to 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.

  9. Would be proficient in English language (spoken and written) in order to communicate effectively on complex engineering activities on a global scale, make comprehensive reports and presentations, and give and receive clear instructions

  10. Would have committed to be professionally ethical

  11. Would pledge to function efficiently in various capacities as members, leaders, and directors in multi-disciplinary teams to accomplish projects of different magnitudes, and would have recognized the need for engaging themselves in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change