Available courses
19CE45C 
SOIL MECHANICS 
CO1 
Classify the soil based on Index and Engineering properties 
CO2 
Explain the principle of soil water movement and its effect on stress distribution 
CO3 
Explain the stresses in the soil and principle of consolidation 
CO 4 
Determine the shear strength parameters of soil 
CO5 
Analyse the stability of slopes and slope protection measures 
 Teacher: BALAMAHESWARI M
19CE46C  CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY 
Explain the suitability of ingredients of concrete and their testing methods,
Explain Properties of concrete and testing procedures of concrete in plastic and hardened state
Infer quality control and design concrete mixes by various methods
Summarize durability of concrete and concreting under special circumstances
Outline the properties of special concretes and
its applications
 Teacher: BALAMAHESWARI M
SWM
 Teacher: ANITHA B
Steel design, or more specifically, structural steel design, is an area of structural engineering used to design steel structures. These structures include schools, houses, bridges, commercial centers, tall buildings, warehouses, aircraft, ships and stadiums.
The course deals with design of steel structures using Limit State Design Method�. The design methodology is based on the latest Indian Standard Code of Practice for general construction (IS 800:2007). The subject covers all the necessary components such as material specifications, connections and elementary design of structural members for designing industrial steel structures. The course provides material specifications and design considerations. It provides relevant material properties of different types of steel.
 Teacher: CHELLA GIFTA C
The course prepares the student to be able to make effective learning of basic soil mechanics. The course should have the prerequisite of mechanics of solids/strength of materials course.
This course intends to bridge the basic soil mechanics concepts related to stresses and soil strength. In the process, it will help to reinforce the understanding gained during the undergraduate learning and would help to alleviate any misconceptions related to the stressstrain response and strength behavior of soils. This course are added to clarify the knowledge of soil mechanics gained at undergraduate level. This course is ideal for the orientation of geotechnical engineering to second year undergraduate students to the higher realms of geomechanical characteristics of soils.
 Teacher: CHELLA GIFTA C
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to
CO1: Explain the suitability of concrete making materials and their testing methods. (K2)
CO2: Explain the testing procedures of concrete in plastic and hardened state. (K2)
CO3: Infer quality control and design concrete mixes by various methods. (K2)
CO4: Summarize durability of concrete and concreting under special circumstances. (K2)
CO5: Outline the properties of special concretes and its applications. (K2)
 Teacher: BALAMAHESWARI M
 Teacher: FRANCHIS DAVID M
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to
CO1: Estimate quantities of various components of a building (K3)
CO2: Estimate quantities of septic tank, road, culvert, Irrigation structures (K3)
CO3: Analyze the rates of constructions and describe the specifications (K3)
CO4: Estimate the value of the building (K3)
CO5: Develop the report for various structures (K3)
 Teacher: FRANCHIS DAVID M
 Teacher: SEBASTIN S
Construction engineering management (CEM) involves the application of technical and scientific knowledge to infrastructure construction projects. Construction engineering management blends engineering (which focuses on design) with construction management, which is concerned with overseeing the actual construction.
 Teacher: DANIELRAJ S
A structure refers to a body or system of connected parts used to support a load. Important
examples related to Civil Engineering include buildings, bridges, and towers; and in other
branches of engineering, ship and aircraft frames, tanks, pressure vessels, mechanical systems,
and electrical supporting structures are important. In order to design a structure, one must serve a
specified function for public use, the engineer must account for its safety, aesthetics, and
serviceability, while taking into consideration economic and environmental constraints. Other
branches of engineering work on a wide variety of nonbuilding structures.
 Teacher: DANIELRAJ S
Surveying or land surveying is the technique, profession, art, and science of determining the terrestrial or threedimensional positions of points and the distances and angles between them. A land surveying professional is called a land surveyor.
The data gathered from surveying helps establish planning and design and provides data that can be used to determine the best course of action. These can be as diverse as deciding the routes of major infrastructure projects, to planning a simple house extension.
 Teacher: MALAIAPPAN SINDHU M
Construction Engineering and Management course helps students to develop the skills required to take on all the onsite responsibilities of a construction project. Managing the budget, project expenses, and construction workers. Collaborating with architects, civil engineers, and other specialists.
 Teacher: MALAIAPPAN SINDHU M
 Teacher: VENKADA LAKSHMI R
 Teacher: Dinesh Kumar.R CIVIL
Earthquakeresistant or aseismic structures are designed to protect buildings to some or greater extent from earthquakes. While no structure can be entirely immune to damage from earthquakes, the goal of earthquakeresistant construction is to erect structures that fare better during Seismic activity than their conventional counterparts. According to building codes, earthquakeresistant structures are intended to withstand the largest earthquake of a certain probability that is likely to occur at their location. This means the loss of life should be minimized by preventing collapse of the buildings for rare earthquakes while the loss of the functionality should be limited for more frequent ones.
 Teacher: CHELLA GIFTA C
A good health and safety management system can help minimize risk and protect against accidents in the workplace. It is not acceptable for anyone to be hurt or fatally injured at their place of work. Implementing a health and safety system can help to reduce accidents and boost morale within the business.
 Teacher: MALAIAPPAN SINDHU M
Construction site safety is an aspect of constructionrelated activities concerned with protecting construction site workers and others from death, injury, disease, or other healthrelated risks. Construction is an often hazardous, predominantly landbased activity where site workers may be exposed to various risks.
 Teacher: DANIELRAJ S
COURSE OUTCOMES Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to
CO1: Design Shallow Foundation (K2)
CO2: Design Deep Foundation (K2)
COURSE CONTENTS
Design of Combined footings Design of Raft Foundation – Design of Piles Design of Pile
caps Design of Machine foundations. Design of well foundation.
 Teacher: BALAMAHESWARI M
This course is useful to understand the concepts of Project Management for planning to execution of projects. To make the students to learn about planning of construction projects, scheduling procedures and techniques, cost and quality control projects and use of project information as decision making tool.
 Teacher: MALAIAPPAN SINDHU M
This
course is useful for a detailed study of the construction materials, equipment's
and techniques applied in construction industry. To introduce students to
various materials commonly used in civil engineering construction and their
properties.
 Teacher: MALAIAPPAN SINDHU M
 Teacher: KANNAN S
 Teacher: ANITHA V
Building material is material used for construction. Many naturally occurring substances, such as clay, rocks, sand and wood, even twigs and leaves, have been used to construct buildings. Apart from naturally occurring materials, many manmade products are in use, some more and some less synthetic.Construction equipments are one of the very important resources of modernday construction, especially in infrastructure projects. Such projects utilize equipments for most of the works including earthmoving operations, aggregate production, concrete production and its placement, and so on. In fact, one cannot think of any major construction activity without the involvement of construction equipment. There are different types of construction equipments suitable for different activities in a construction project. The choice of construction equipment defines the construction method, which in a way leads to the determination of time and cost for the project. In order to select the right equipment to perform a specific task at the least cost, it is essential to know the features of a construction equipment including its rate of production and the associated cost to operate the equipment.
 Teacher: DANIELRAJ S
 Teacher: Dr.Cyril Thomas A
To understand the basics of the following Natural disasters significance, nature, types and effects  floods, drought, cyclone,
earthquakes, landslides, avalanches, volcanic eruptions, heat and cold waves, climatic change  global warming  sea level rise 
ozone depletion. Manmade disasters nuclear , chemical, biological, building fire, coal fire, forest fire, oil fire, air pollution, water
pollution, deforestation, industrial waste water pollution, road accidents, rail accidents, air accidents and sea accidents.
 Teacher: ANITHA B
CO1: Explain the basic principle of chain surveying. (K2)
CO2: Interpret the working principle of compass and plane table surveying. (K2)
CO3: Demonstrate the application of leveling in the field surveying. (K2)
CO4: Demonstrate the application of theodolite in the field surveying. (K2)
CO5: Outline engineering surveys and usage of modern surveying instruments. (K2)
 Teacher: MURALI RAM KUMAR S M
CO1: Examine the various sources of waste water and their characteristics (K3) CO2: Design the sewer system and classify the pumps and plumbing system (K3) CO3: Design the components of primary treatment of a waste water treatment plant (K3) CO4: Design the components of secondary treatment of a waste water treatment plant (K3) CO5: Explain the various methods of sludge and sewage disposal (K3)
 Teacher: ANITHA B
 Teacher: ANITHA B
Structural analysis is the determination of the effects of loads on physical structures and their components. Structures subject to this type of analysis include all that must withstand loads, such as buildings, bridges, aircraft and ships. Structural analysis employs the fields of applied mechanics, materials science and applied mathematics to compute a structure's deformations, internal forces, stresses, support reactions, accelerations, and stability. The results of the analysis are used to verify a structure's fitness for use, often precluding physical tests. Structural analysis is thus a key part of the engineering design of structures.
 Teacher: CHELLA GIFTA C
Foundation engineering deals with (i) selection of foundation type based on building site conditions and site constraints, (ii) determining size and reinforcement of the foundation and (iii) finally construction of foundation element.
The main objective is to select a safe and economical design, there is no unique design or method in foundation engineering. Therefore an attempt is made to connect the theoretical concepts with the practical aspects of foundation engineering. Every civil engineer has to learn basic principle of geotechnical engineering and its application through foundation engineering .
 Teacher: CHELLA GIFTA C
19CE56C PROFESSIONAL ETHICS AND HUMAN VALUES L T PC
3 0 03
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon Successful completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: Recognize the core human values that shape the ethical behavior of an engineer.
(K2)
CO2: Expose awareness on professional ethics. (K2)
CO3: Analyze the engineering ethical breach from past study. (K2)
CO4: Distinguish and apply safety, responsibility and rights in workplaces. (K2)
CO5: Discuss about the global issues with regard to ethics. (K2)
 Teacher: BALAMAHESWARI M
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
· CO1: Outline the features of construction industry (K2
· CO2: Develop the planning for construction project (K3)
· CO3: Develop Scheduling for construction project (K3)
· CO4: Explain the resource management in construction (K3)
· CO5: Explain the cost control in construction project efficiently (K3)
 Teacher: Dr.Cyril Thomas A
 Teacher: ANITHA B
CO1: Explain the basic principle of chain surveying. (K2)
CO2: Interpret the working principle of compass and plane table surveying. (K2)
CO3: Demonstrate the application of leveling in the field surveying. (K2)
CO4: Demonstrate the application of theodolite in the field surveying. (K2)
CO5: Outline engineering surveys and usage of modern surveying instruments. (K2)
 Teacher: SEBASTIN S
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: Design the reinforced concrete flexural members by working stress method and explain the different method of design.(K3)
CO2: Design the reinforced concrete beams, slabs by limit state method.(K3)
CO3: Design and identify the behavior of reinforced concrete subjected to bond, anchorage, shear and torsion by limit state method. (K3)
CO4: Design the reinforced concrete columns by limit state method. (K3)
CO5: Design the reinforced concrete footings by limit state method.(K3)
 Teacher: SEBASTIN S
Course for V th semester Civil Engineering students
 Teacher: SIVASANKAR R
19CE54C FOUNDATION ENGINEERING L T P C
3 0 0 3
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: Plan and execute detailed site investigation program to select type of foundation.(K2)
CO2: Determine bearing capacity of shallow foundation based on the soil conditions.(K2)
CO3: Explain the types of footing and raft based on contact pressure distribution. (K3)
CO4: Interpret the load carrying capacity and settlement of piles and pile group.(K2)
CO5: Illustrate the behavior of soil behind retaining structures. (K2)
 Teacher: BALAMAHESWARI M
19CE58C SOILMECHANICSLABORATORY L T P C
0 0 2 1
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: Determine the index properties of soil. (K3)
CO2: Determine the engineering properties of soil. (K3)
 Teacher: BALAMAHESWARI M
 Teacher: VENKADA LAKSHMI R
 Teacher: SIVASANKAR R
Applied mechanics is a branch of the physical sciences and the practical application of mechanics. Pure mechanics describes the response of bodies (solids and fluids) or systems of bodies to external behaviour of a body, in either a beginning state of rest or of motion, subjected to the action of forces. Applied mechanics bridges the gap between physical theory and its application to technology. It is used in many fields of engineering, especially mechanical engineering, and civil engineering; in this context, it is commonly referred to as engineering mechanics. Much of modern applied or engineering mechanics is based on Isaac Newton's laws of motion while the modern practice of their application can be traced back to Stephen Timoshenko, who is said to be the father of modern engineering mechanics.
Within the practical sciences, applied mechanics is useful in formulating new ideas and theories, discovering, and interpreting phenomena, and developing experimental and computational tools. In the application of the natural sciences, mechanics was said to be complemented by thermodynamics, the study of heat and more generally energy, and electromechanics, the study of electricity and magnetism.
 Teacher: DANIELRAJ S
 Teacher: ARULPANDIAN V
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: Explain concepts of open channel flow, Channel transition and Identify Economical section (K2)
CO2: Compute the flow measurement and specific energy (K2)
CO3: Explain the rapidly varied channelflow and dam flow profile characteristics (K2)
CO4: Illustrate the performance characteristics of various types of turbines (K2)
CO5: Examine the pumps for various engineering applications based on their performance Curves (K2)
 Teacher: VENKADA LAKSHMI R
 Teacher: FRANCHIS DAVID M
To perform experiments inorder to study the physical chemical and biological charactersitics study
 Teacher: GOWTHAM B APCivil
 Teacher: ANITHA B
 Teacher: BALAMAHESWARI M
 Teacher: Dr.Cyril Thomas A
 Teacher: SIVASANKAR R
 Teacher: MURALI RAM KUMAR S M
 Teacher: GOKUL P
 Teacher: SIVASANKAR R
 Teacher: Dr PUTHIYA SEKAR C
 Teacher: SIVASANKAR R
Structural analysis is the determination of the effects of loads on physical structures and their components. Structures subject to this type of analysis include all that must withstand loads, such as buildings, bridges, aircraft and ships. Structural analysis employs the fields of applied mechanics, materials science and applied mathematics to compute a structure's deformations, internal forces, stresses, support reactions, accelerations, and stability. The results of the analysis are used to verify a structure's fitness for use, often precluding physical tests. Structural analysis is thus a key part of the engineering design of structures.
 Teacher: Dr.Cyril Thomas A
 Teacher: DANIELRAJ S
 Teacher: CHELLA GIFTA C
 Teacher: VENKADA LAKSHMI R
 Teacher: ARULPANDIAN V
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: Explain concepts of open channel flow, Channel transition and Identify Economical section (K2)
CO2: Compute the flow measurement and specific energy (K2)
CO3: Explain the rapidly varied channelflow and dam flow profile characteristics (K2)
CO4: Illustrate the performance characteristics of various types of turbines (K2)
CO5: Examine the pumps for various engineering applications based on their performance Curves (K2)
 Teacher: VENKADA LAKSHMI R
 Teacher: ARULPANDIAN V
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: Plan site investigation program to select type of foundation. (K2)
CO2: Determine bearing capacity of shallow foundation based on the soil conditions. (K2)
CO3: Examine raft and footings based on contact pressure distribution. (K2)
CO4: Explain the load carrying capacity and settlement of piles and pile group. (K2)
CO5: Illustrate the behavior of soil behind retaining structures. (K2)
 Teacher: CHELLA GIFTA C
 Teacher: BALAMAHESWARI M
CO1: Examine the various sources of waste water and their characteristics (K3) CO2: Design the sewer system and classify the pumps and plumbing system (K3) CO3: Design the components of primary treatment of a waste water treatment plant (K3) CO4: Design the components of secondary treatment of a waste water treatment plant (K3) CO5: Explain the various methods of sludge and sewage disposal (K3)
 Teacher: GOWTHAM B APCivil
 Teacher: ANITHA B
Examine the various sources of water and their characteristics. (K3)
CO2: Classify the different types of conveyance system, pipes and pumping system. (K3)
CO3: Design the components of a water treatment plant. (K3)
CO4: Explain the various processes of advance water treatment. (K3)
CO5: Analyze distribution networks and water supply to buildings. (K3)
 Teacher: GOWTHAM B APCivil
 Teacher: ANITHA B
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to
CO1: Explain the suitability of concrete making materials and their testing methods. (K2)
CO2: Explain the testing procedures of concrete in plastic and hardened state. (K2)
CO3: Infer quality control and design concrete mixes by various methods. (K2)
CO4: Summarize durability of concrete and concreting under special circumstances. (K2)
CO5: Outline the properties of special concretes and its applications. (K2)
 Teacher: FRANCHIS DAVID M
 Teacher: GOKUL P
 Teacher: FRANCHIS DAVID M
 Teacher: SEBASTIN S
Project Management and Finance  15CE64C  III year  Civil Engineering  201920
 Teacher: Dr SAKTHI T
 Teacher: Dr IYAHRAJA S
 Teacher: VENKADA LAKSHMI R
 Teacher: ARULPANDIAN V
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to
CO1: Explain the suitability of concrete making materials and their testing methods. (K2)
CO2: Explain the testing procedures of concrete in plastic and hardened state. (K2)
CO3: Infer quality control and design concrete mixes by various methods. (K2)
CO4: Summarize durability of concrete and concreting under special circumstances. (K2)
CO5: Outline the properties of special concretes and its applications. (K2)
 welcome to this course as a teacher: SIVASANKAR R
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to
CO1: Explain the suitability of concrete making materials and their testing methods. (K2)
CO2: Explain the testing procedures of concrete in plastic and hardened state. (K2)
CO3: Infer quality control and design concrete mixes by various methods. (K2)
CO4: Summarize durability of concrete and concreting under special circumstances. (K2)
CO5: Outline the properties of special concretes and its applications. (K2)
 Teacher: FRANCHIS DAVID M
 Teacher: SIVASANKAR R
Structural analysis is the determination of the effects of loads on physical structures and their components.
Structures subject to this type of analysis include all that must
withstand loads, such as buildings, bridges, vehicles, furniture,
attire, soil strata, prostheses and biological tissue. Structural
analysis employs the fields of applied mechanics, materials science and applied mathematics to compute a structure's deformations, internal forces, stresses, support reactions, accelerations, and stability. The results of the analysis are used to verify a structure's fitness for use, often precluding physical tests. Structural analysis is thus a key part of the engineering design of structures.
 Teacher: DANIELRAJ S
This course is very useful for Civil Engineering Students and for their Higher studies.
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: Examine the basics and behavior of prestressed concrete. (K3)
CO2: Estimate the concepts of Limit state of serviceability. (K3)
CO3: Estimate the Limit state of strength. (K3)
CO4: Design of prestressed circular tanks and pipes. (K3)
CO5: Analyse the prestressed composite structures. (K3)
 Teacher: FRANCHIS DAVID M
 Teacher: ARULPANDIAN V
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: Examine the basics and behavior of prestressed concrete. (K3)
CO2: Estimate the concepts of Limit state of serviceability. (K3)
CO3: Estimate the Limit state of strength. (K3)
CO4: Design of prestressed circular tanks and pipes. (K3)
CO5: Analyse the prestressed composite structures. (K3)
 Teacher: FRANCHIS DAVID M
To explain the nature of various ecosystem their structure, composition, function, inter – dependency and values. Classify the different types of natural resources and identify the role of individual in conservation of resources. Identify sources of environmental pollution and assess its implication. Identify the different types of environmental hazards and their management and analyse the social issues related to the environment and how human population affect the environment.
 Teacher: JEYAVISWANATH DINESH S
Water treatment is any process that improves the quality of water to make it more acceptable for a specific enduse. The end use may be drinking, industrial water supply, irrigation, river flow maintenance, water recreation or many other uses, including being safely returned to the environment. Water treatment removes contaminants and undesirable components, or reduces their concentration so that the water becomes fit for its desired enduse. This treatment is crucial to human health and allows humans to benefit from both drinking and irrigation use.
 Teacher: SUGIRTHA MURUGALAKSHMI G
UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO BEAM COLUMN JOINTS 9 Beam to beam connection – Beam to column connection – Flexible, Rigid, Semi rigid connection Shear and Moment Connection
UNIT II ROOF TRUSSES 9 Load Calculation – Introduction to Tubular trusses – Design of Tubular trusses Design of Fink and complex space trusses
UNIT III STORAGE STRUCTURES 9 Design of Silo – Design of Bunker Airy and Jansen‟s theory
UNIT IV COLD FORMED STEEL BEAMS 9 Introduction – Press brake and cold rolling Methods I801 procedure – flat width ratio – Types of cross sections – local buckling and lateral buckling  Design of flexural member
UNIT V COLD FORMED STEEL COLUMNS 9 Introduction – Q factor – Column design using IS 801 Procedure – Introduction to Direct Design method Design of axially compressed column
 Teacher: GOKUL P
Soil Mechanics deals with the formation of Soil , Soil classification, Engineering properties of Soil.
 Teacher: BALAMAHESWARI M
Soil Mechanics deals with the formation of Soil , Soil classification, Engineering properties of Soil.
 Teacher: CHELLA GIFTA C
 Teacher: BALAMAHESWARI M
Foundation Engineering is the knowledge of foundation of buildings ,bridge and for the development of infra structures. The subject gives knowledge about the soil properties related to the foundation design and sub surface explorations for laying the foundation on soil .This subject essentially need the knowledge of soil mechanics .This course includes the both shallow and deep foundation .
Salient part of this course covers
 Subsurface exploration
 Shallow foundation
Course Duration : 3 months
 Teacher: CHELLA GIFTA C
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: Identify the basic properties of solids. (K3)
CO2: Analyze plane truss. (K3)
CO3: Dramatize bending moment and shear force diagram for different types of beams(K3)
CO4: Identify the deformation in beams and shear stresses (K3)
CO5: Determine torsion in shafts and springs (K3)
 Teacher: SIVASANKAR R
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: Identify the basic properties of solids. (K3)
CO2: Analyze plane truss. (K3)
CO3: Dramatize bending moment and shear force diagram for different types of beams(K3)
CO4: Identify the deformation in beams and shear stresses (K3)
CO5: Determine torsion in shafts and springs (K3)
 Teacher: Dr PUTHIYA SEKAR C
 Teacher: SIVASANKAR R
Soil Mechanics is a discipline of Civil Engineering involving the study of soil, its behaviour and application as an engineering material.
Soil Mechanics is the application of laws of mechanics and hydraulics to engineering problems dealing with sediments and other unconsolidated accumulations of solid particles, which are produced by the mechanical and chemical disintegration of rocks, regardless of whether or not they contain an admixture of organic constituents. Soil consists of a multiphase aggregation of solid particles, water, and air. This fundamental composition gives rise to unique engineering properties, and the description of its mechanical behavior requires some of the most classic principles of engineering mechanics.
Engineers are concerned with soil's mechanical properties: permeability, stiffness, and strength. These depend primarily on the nature of the soil grains, the current stress, the water content and unit weight.
 Staff in Charge : CHELLA GIFTA C
 Teacher: Dr.Cyril Thomas A
 Teacher: DANIELRAJ S
 Teacher: ARULPANDIAN V
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: Explain the concepts of Maintenance and assessment procedure. (K2)
CO2: Infer on the effects of durability of concrete. (K2)
CO3: Interpret various materials for repair. (K2)
CO4: Select suitable techniques for repair of concrete structures. (K4)
CO5: Indicate the suitable retrofit to overcome the repairs. (K2)
 Teacher: DANIELRAJ S
CO1: Explain the basic principle of chain surveying. (K2)
CO2: Interpret the working principle of compass and plane table surveying. (K2)
CO3: Demonstrate the application of leveling in the field surveying. (K2)
CO4: Demonstrate the application of theodolite in the field surveying. (K2)
CO5: Outline engineering surveys and usage of modern surveying instruments. (K2)
 Teacher: SEBASTIN S
CO1: Explain the basic principle of chain surveying. (K2)
CO2: Interpret the working principle of compass and plane table surveying. (K2)
CO3: Demonstrate the application of leveling in the field surveying. (K2)
CO4: Demonstrate the application of theodolite in the field surveying. (K2)
CO5: Outline engineering surveys and usage of modern surveying instruments. (K2)
 Teacher: SEBASTIN S
 Teacher: MURALI RAM KUMAR S M
CO1: Explain the basic principle of chain surveying. (K2)
CO2: Interpret the working principle of compass and plane table surveying. (K2)
CO3: Demonstrate the application of leveling in the field surveying. (K2)
CO4: Demonstrate the application of theodolite in the field surveying. (K2)
CO5: Outline engineering surveys and usage of modern surveying instruments. (K2)
 Teacher: MURALI RAM KUMAR S M
 Teacher: ARULPANDIAN V
 Teacher: GOKUL P
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: Plan site investigation program to select type of foundation. (K2)
CO2: Determine bearing capacity of shallow foundation based on the soil conditions. (K2)
CO3: Examine raft and footings based on contact pressure distribution. (K2)
CO4: Explain the load carrying capacity and settlement of piles and pile group. (K2)
CO5: Illustrate the behavior of soil behind retaining structures. (K2)
 Teacher: BALAMAHESWARI M
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: Recognize the core human values that shape the ethical behavior of an engineer. (K2)
CO2: Expose awareness on professional ethics. (K2)
CO3: Analyze the engineering ethical breach from past study. (K2)
CO4: Distinguish and apply safety, responsibility and rights in workplaces. (K2)
CO5: Discuss about the global issues with regard to ethics. (K2)
 Teacher: BALAMAHESWARI M
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to
CO1: Design Shallow Foundation (K2)
CO2:DesignDeep Foundation (K2)
 Teacher: BALAMAHESWARI M
CO1: Examine the various sources of waste water and their characteristics (K3) CO2: Design the sewer system and classify the pumps and plumbing system (K3) CO3: Design the components of primary treatment of a waste water treatment plant (K3) CO4: Design the components of secondary treatment of a waste water treatment plant (K3) CO5: Explain the various methods of sludge and sewage disposal (K3)
 Teacher: ANITHA B
CO1: Summarize the sources and effects of air pollutants (K2) CO2: Explain the factors and models contributing the dispersion of air pollutants (K2) CO3: Explain the instruments and method used to control air pollution (K2) CO3: Identify the concepts and principles of air pollution and air quality management (K3) CO4: Outline the sources, effects and control measures of noise pollution
 Teacher: ANITHA B
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to
CO1: Outline the basic concepts of waste water treatment (K2)
CO2: Illustrate the components of onsite sanitation (K2)
 Teacher: SUGIRTHA MURUGALAKSHMI G
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: Summarize the sources and effects of air pollutants (K2)
CO2: Explain the factors and models contributing the dispersion of air pollutants (K2)
CO3: Explain the instruments and methods used to control air pollution (K2)
CO4: Identify the concepts and principles of air pollution and air quality management (K3)
CO5: Outline the sources, effects and control measures of noise pollution (K2)
 Teacher: SUGIRTHA MURUGALAKSHMI G
 Teacher: SIVASANKAR R
To elaborate the geotechnical investigation procedure of tunnels and application of tunneling techniques
 Teacher: BALAMAHESWARI M
 Teacher: CHELLA GIFTA C
 Teacher: FRANCHIS DAVID M
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to
CO1: Estimate quantities of various components of a building (K3)
CO2: Estimate quantities of septic tank, road, culvert, Irrigation structures (K3)
CO3: Analyze the rates of constructions and describe the specifications (K3)
CO4: Estimate the value of the building (K3)
CO5: Develop the report for various structures (K3)
 Teacher: FRANCHIS DAVID M
 Teacher: GOKUL P
 Teacher: GOKUL P
 Teacher: GOKUL P
 Teacher: DANIELRAJ S
 Teacher: DANIELRAJ S
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: Explain concepts of open channel flow, Channel transition and Identify Economical section (K2)
CO2: Compute the flow measurement and specific energy (K2)
CO3: Explain the rapidly varied channelflow and dam flow profile characteristics (K2)
CO4: Illustrate the performance characteristics of various types of turbines (K2)
CO5: Examine the pumps for various engineering applications based on their performance Curves (K2)
 Teacher: ARULPANDIAN V
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: use the basic concept of force systems and solve problems. (K2)
CO2: implement the knowledge acquired in supports, reactions, equilibrium of rigid bodies for solving problems. (K2)
CO3: predict centre of gravity, moment and product moment of inertia of simple configurations. (K2)
CO4: solve practical problems on Projectiles, Newton‟s laws, workenergy, impulse momentum and impact on elastic bodies. (K2)
CO5: apply the principles of friction and rigid body dynamics to analyze and solveproblems (K2)
 Teacher: DANIELRAJ S
 Teacher: ARULPANDIAN V
 Teacher: SUGIRTHA MURUGALAKSHMI G
 Teacher: JEYAVISWANATH DINESH S
One credit course  this will help us to communicate with the students.
 Teacher: ARULPANDIAN V
COURSE OUTCOMES:
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to
CO 1: Explain the reasons of accidents and their preventive measures (K2)
 Teacher: MURALI RAM KUMAR S M
 Teacher: ANITHA B
 Teacher: Dr PUTHIYA SEKAR C
 Teacher: BALAMAHESWARI M
 Teacher: GOKUL P
 Teacher: SIVASANKAR R
 Teacher: ANITHA B
 Teacher: Dr PUTHIYA SEKAR C
 Teacher: SUGIRTHA MURUGALAKSHMI G
 Teacher: BALAMAHESWARI M
 Teacher: MURALI RAM KUMAR S M
 Teacher: Dr.Cyril Thomas A
 Teacher: CHELLA GIFTA C
 Teacher: Dr PUTHIYA SEKAR C
 Teacher: BALAMAHESWARI M
 Teacher: ANITHA B
 Teacher: Dr PUTHIYA SEKAR C
 Teacher: SUGIRTHA MURUGALAKSHMI G
 Teacher: FRANCHIS DAVID M
 Teacher: SEBASTIN S
 Teacher: Dr.Cyril Thomas A
 Teacher: Dr PUTHIYA SEKAR C
 Teacher: SIVASANKAR R
 Teacher: DANIELRAJ S
 Teacher: ARULPANDIAN V
 Teacher: Dr PUTHIYA SEKAR C
 Teacher: GOKUL P
 Teacher: VENKADA LAKSHMI R
 Teacher: DANIELRAJ S
 Teacher: ARULPANDIAN V
 Teacher: CHELLA GIFTA C
 Teacher: Dr PUTHIYA SEKAR C
 Teacher: GOKUL P
 Teacher: VENKADA LAKSHMI R
 Teacher: MURALI RAM KUMAR S M
 Teacher: Dr PUTHIYA SEKAR C
 Teacher: FRANCHIS DAVID M
 Teacher: GOKUL P
 Teacher: SIVASANKAR R
 Teacher: DANIELRAJ S
 Teacher: SEBASTIN S
 Teacher: MURALI RAM KUMAR S M
 Teacher: Dr.Cyril Thomas A
 Teacher: VENKADA LAKSHMI R
CO1: Estimate the hydrological cycle and rainfall over a region (K2)
CO2: Relate the process of precipitation and evaporation and its measurements (K2)
CO3: Analyze the concept of hydrographs (K3)
CO4: Explain the measures of flood control and flood routing (K3)
CO5: Explain the knowledge about the types of aquifer (K3)
This is the third semester paper for Civil Engineering.
 Teacher: RAJESWARI C
III Semester paper for Civil Engineering
 Teacher: RAJESWARI S
 Teacher: SASIREKA S
COs 
CO Statements 
Upon the completion of the course the students will be able to 

CO1 
Describe the thermodynamic systems and apply first law of thermodynamics to various systems. 
CO2 
Explain second law of thermodynamics and study the feasibility of a process based on first and second law of thermodynamics. 
CO3 
Determine the change in properties of atmospheric air subjected to psychrometric processes 
CO4 
Familiarize with the basic concepts of various forms of renewable energy sources. 
CO5 
Realize the present energy scenario and the need for energy conservation and various energy conservation measures. 
 Teacher: MUTHU SARAVANAN N
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: Design the reinforced concrete flexural members by working stress method and explain the different method of design.(K3)
CO2: Design the reinforced concrete beams, slabs by limit state method.(K3)
CO3: Design and identify the behavior of reinforced concrete subjected to bond, anchorage, shear and torsion by limit state method. (K3)
CO4: Design the reinforced concrete columns by limit state method. (K3)
CO5: Design the reinforced concrete footings by limit state method.(K3)
 Teacher: Dr.Cyril Thomas A
 Teacher: SEBASTIN S
Structural analysis is the determination of the effects of loads on physical structures and their components. Structures subject to this type of analysis include all that must withstand loads, such as buildings, bridges, aircraft and ships. Structural analysis employs the fields of applied mechanics, materials science and applied mathematics to compute a structure's deformations, internal forces, stresses, support reactions, accelerations, and stability. The results of the analysis are used to verify a structure's fitness for use, often precluding physical tests. Structural analysis is thus a key part of the engineering design of structures.
 Teacher: CHELLA GIFTA C
 Teacher: DANIELRAJ S
III YEAR  5th Semester
 Teacher: Dr SAKTHI T
 Teacher: GOKUL P
 Teacher: MURALI RAM KUMAR S M
COURSE CONTENT
The course is designed to cover techniques that can be applied to different types of academic writing including essays, reviews, research papers, grant proposals, patents and thesis writing. The participants will practice these techniques by drafting a research article with support from other class members and the instructor
 Teacher: Dr.Cyril Thomas A
Examine the various sources of water and their characteristics. (K3)
CO2: Classify the different types of conveyance system, pipes and pumping system. (K3)
CO3: Design the components of a water treatment plant. (K3)
CO4: Explain the various processes of advance water treatment. (K3)
CO5: Analyze distribution networks and water supply to buildings. (K3)
 Teacher: GOWTHAM B APCivil
 Teacher: ANITHA B
 Teacher: ANITHA B
 Teacher: DANIELRAJ S
 Teacher: GOKUL P
 Teacher: VENKADA LAKSHMI R
 Teacher: ARULPANDIAN V
 Teacher: GOWTHAM B APCivil
 Teacher: FRANCHIS DAVID M
 Teacher: SIVASANKAR R
 Teacher: KALAISELVI S
 Teacher: Dr KALAIVANI V
Provides knowledge on Problem solving and C fundamentals
 Teacher: SIVAKAMASUNDARI G
 Teacher: Abitha P
 Teacher: Veera Anusuya V
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO 1: solve simple and Complex problems. (K3)
CO 2: solve sorting and searching problems. (K3)
 Teacher: THAMARAI SELVI D
 Teacher: AISHWARYA LAKSHMI R K
 Teacher: RAJESH KUMAR S
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO 1: develop algorithmic solutions to simple computational problems. (K3)
CO 2: make appropriate decisions and solve problems using looping techniques.(K2)
CO 3: solve problems using array and functions. (K3)
CO 4: implement various sorting techniques. (K3)
CO 5: implement various searching techniques. (K3)
 Teacher: THAMARAI SELVI D
 Teacher: AISHWARYA LAKSHMI R K
 Teacher: RAJESH KUMAR S
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to
CO1: Implement linear and neural network models(K3)
CO2: Develop supervised CNN & RNN models(K4)
CO3: Build a classifier with pretrained models(K3)
 Teacher: THAMARAI SELVI D
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to
CO1: Understand the basis of Machine Learning (K2)
CO2: Explore various Deep Learning Networks (K2)
CO3: Implement Convolutional and Recurrent Neural Algorithms (K3)
CO4: Analyze optimization and generalization in deep learning (K4)
CO5: Explore the deep learning applications (K3)
 Teacher: THAMARAI SELVI D
202122 Even  19CS46C  Finance and accounting  CSE
 Teacher: Dr SAKTHI T
Business process management ( BPM) is a discipline in operations management in which people use various methods to discover, model, analyze, measure, improve, optimize, and automate business processes. Any combination of methods used to manage a company's business processes is BPM.
 Teacher: MUTHU SELVI I
Software testing is the process of evaluating and verifying that a software product or application does what it is supposed to do. The benefits of testing include preventing bugs, reducing development costs and improving performance. Software testing techniques represent the number novel techniques used to perform testing.
 Teacher: Mareeswari G
In web and app development, UI design and UX design are the building blocks for creating an easytouse and accessible product. It’s not just limited to apps and web development, though – computers, home appliances, and other electronic devices all require UI and UX design.
 Teacher: Mareeswari G
 Teacher: SHENBAGHARAMAN A
 Teacher: SHUNMUGA PRIYA B
 Teacher: NASKATH J
 Teacher: SHENBAGHARAMAN A
 Teacher: SHUNMUGA PRIYA B
 Teacher: NASKATH J
 Teacher: AISHWARYA LAKSHMI R K
 Teacher: DHEENATHAYALAN S
 Teacher: ANUSUYA DEVI V
 Teacher: Abisha D
 Teacher: AISHWARYA LAKSHMI R K
 Teacher: DHEENATHAYALAN S
 Teacher: ANUSUYA DEVI V
Define the required processes and able to identify process improvement opportunities / strategies.
 Teacher: SHENBAGHARAMAN A
BE  Three Credit Theory course
 Teacher: Dr KALAIVANI V
Intelligent systems are technologically advanced machines that perceive and respond to the world around them. Intelligent systems can take many forms, from automated vacuums such as the Roomba to facial recognition programs to Amazon's personalized shopping suggestions.
 Teacher: MUTHU SELVI I
 Teacher: VIVEKRABINSON K
 Teacher: DHEENATHAYALAN S
 Teacher: Abisha D
 Teacher: Dr MOHAIDEEN PITCHAI K
 Teacher: RAMALAKSHMI K
 Teacher: VIJAYAKUMAR D
 Teacher: DHEENATHAYALAN S
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to
CO1: construct a website using HTML and Cascading Style Sheets. (K3)
CO2: build dynamic web page with validation using Java Script and AngularJS. (K3)
CO3: develop and deploy an Enterprise Application. (K3)
CO4: design a web page in PHP and present the data in XML format. (K3)
CO5: acquire knowledge in AJAX and web services. (K2)
 Teacher: RAJKUMAR K
 Teacher: Kanthimathi M
 Teacher: RAJESH KUMAR S
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: create website using HTML and style sheets. (K3)
CO 2: design interactive web pages using javascript and angularJS. (K3)
CO 3: develop and deploy a web application using PHP, JSP and servlet.(K3)
 Teacher: RAJKUMAR K
 Teacher: Kanthimathi M
 Teacher: RAJESH KUMAR S
 Teacher: SIVAKAMASUNDARI G
 Teacher: RAJKUMAR K
 Teacher: KALAISELVI S
 Teacher: SIVAKAMASUNDARI G
 Teacher: RAJKUMAR K
 Teacher: KALAISELVI S
 Teacher: SHUNMUGA PRIYA B
one credit course
 Teacher: VIVEKRABINSON K
Recognize architecture, components, and operations of routers and switches in a
small network. Students learn how to configure a router and a switch for basic
functionality.
 Teacher: SHENBAGHARAMAN A
 Teacher: RAMALAKSHMI K
 Teacher: Dr KALAIVANI V
ADD
Mr.K.Sathesh Kumar, AP/CSE
Mr.K.Pradeepraj, AP/Mechas co teachers
 Teacher: SATHESH KUMAR K APCSE
 Teacher: Pradeepraj K
 Teacher: RAJAKUMARI R
one credit course
 Teacher: Abisha D
 Teacher: SIVAKAMASUNDARI G
 Teacher: Dr KALAIVANI V
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to
CO1: Understand the basic concepts of machine learning. (K2)
CO2: Apply machine algorithms for classification and prediction. (K3)
 Teacher: THAMARAI SELVI D
 Teacher: AISHWARYA LAKSHMI R K
 Teacher: NASKATH J
19CT26E DATA SCIENCE LABORATORY for ME 1 Year CSE
 Teacher: Abisha D
 Teacher: JAYALAKSHMI M
 Teacher: KALAISELVI S
 Teacher: SUMATHI S CSE
CO2: Elaborate the computational hardness of re synthesis process of various cryptographic algorithms
CO3: Use pseudo random number generators in key distribution and management
CO4: Analyze the pros and cons of various security protocols and its applications.
CO5: Explore the necessity of cryptographic algorithms in hardware peripheral design and Digital Signatures.
 Teacher: Abisha D
 Teacher: JAYALAKSHMI M
 Teacher: JAYALAKSHMI M
 Teacher: Dr KALAIVANI V
Course to First Year (20212025 Batch)...
Course Instructors :
Dr.G.Sivakamasundari  gsscse@nec.edu.in
Mrs.V.AnusuyaDevi  vanusuya@nec.edu.in
Mr.S.Rajeshkumar  rajeshkumar_cse@nec.edu.in
Mr. P.G. Siva Sharma Karthick  siva_it@nec.edu.in
 Teacher: SIVAKAMASUNDARI G
 Teacher: Siva Sharma Karthick
 Teacher: RAJESH KUMAR S
 Teacher: ANUSUYA DEVI V
COURSE OUTCOMES Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to
CO1: Build simple LANs, perform basic configurations for routers and switches.(K3)
CO2: Implement IP addressing schemes.(K3)
 Teacher: BHUVANESWARI M
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to Understand the fundamentals of statistics for data science.
 Teacher: SIVAKAMASUNDARI G
A data structure is a particular way of organizing data in a computer.
 Teacher: MUTHU SELVI I
 Teacher: RAJESH KUMAR S
Interdisciplinary course for final year CSE
 Teacher: SAMUEL PONRAJ P
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to
CO 1: Enhance the knowledge of the research objectives and research process (K1)
CO 2: Develop the level of readability for formulating Rationale and improve writing skills (K3)
CO 3: Formulate suitable sentences and key words for the research paper (K2)
CO 4:Learn about how to write in each section (K3)
CO 5:Understand the skills needed to draft a perfect research paper (K2)
CO 6: Know the format of References and Research format (K1)
 Teacher: SUBASH S
 Teacher: THIRAVIAM B APCSE
 Teacher: MUTHU SELVI I
 Teacher: RAJESH KUMAR S
 Teacher: Abisha D
 Teacher: THAMARAI SELVI D
 Teacher: VIVEKRABINSON K
 Teacher: JAYALAKSHMI M
 Teacher: SHUNMUGA PRIYA B
 Teacher: THAMARAI SELVI D
 Teacher: JAYALAKSHMI M
 Teacher: RAMALAKSHMI K
 Teacher: SYED RABIYA M
 Teacher: DHEENATHAYALAN S
 Teacher: GOWTHAMI N
 Teacher: VIJAYAKUMAR R
 Teacher: NASKATH J
 Teacher: BHUVANESWARI M
 Teacher: AISHWARYA LAKSHMI R K
One credit course
 Teacher: NASKATH J
2nd Sem course
 Teacher: NASKATH J
 Teacher: VIGNESH M
RESEARCH PAPER PATENT REVIEW
 Teacher: SIVAKAMASUNDARI G
1 Credit course
 Teacher: Dr GOMATHI V
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to
CO1: identify common network security vulnerabilities and attacks (K2).
CO2: apply standard cryptographic algorithms to avoid basic level threats. (K3).
CO3: comprehend the issues involved in hash functions, authentication applications and key management (K2).
CO4: realize the importance of security practice and system security (K2).
CO5: acquire the knowledge of internet security protocols.(K2).
 Teacher: BHUVANESWARI M
The course aims to a more profound understanding of database theories, models, and methods and an ability to use these in different situations.
 Teacher: MUTHU SELVI I
 Teacher: KALAISELVI S
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to
CO1: Understand the fundamental DDL statements in SQL (K2)
CO2: Understand the fundamental DML statements in SQL(K2)
CO3: Exemplifying the advanced Query structures in SQL (K2)
CO4: Apply Basic and Advanced SQL statements on real time Scenario’s using Joins and Procedures(K3)
CO5: Integrating the NO SQL Structures to construct real time application (K3)
 Teacher: RAJKUMAR K
Build optimized user interface applications. (K3)
Explore the Component and apply filter in the angularJS application. (K3)
 Teacher: RAJKUMAR K
 Teacher: Kanthimathi M
Upon Completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO 1: analyze the behavior of testing techniques to examine the origins of defects in software. (K4)
CO 2: design suitable test cases for the given scenario. (K3)
CO 3: analyze and apply suitable testing strategies for software testing. (K4)
CO 4: identify the suitable test plan components for finding the bugs in the software. (K2)
CO 5: appreciate the test automation concepts and tools. (K2)
 Teacher: Abisha D
 Teacher: RAJKUMAR K
20212022 ODD sem course
Instructor :J.Naskath
 Teacher: NASKATH J
15CS72C MiniprojectJN
20212022 7th sem
 Teacher: NASKATH J
VII SEMESTER ELECTIVE COURSE (CSE & ECE)
 Teacher: VIJAYAKUMAR D
CO 1: Discuss the basics and application of Machine learning (K2)
CO 2: Explain data analyzing techniques (K2)
CO 3: Apply data exploration and data preparation techniques (K3)
CO 4: Apply data visualization techniques (K3)
CO 5: Apply regression for solving practical problems (K3)
 Teacher: SATHESH KUMAR K APCSE
 Teacher: SIVAKAMASUNDARI G
 Teacher: RAJAKUMARI R
 Teacher: SATHESH KUMAR K APCSE
 Teacher: THIRAVIAM B APCSE
 Teacher: KALAISELVI S
Academic year 20212022 :: V Sem B.E. CSE Elective course
 Teacher: Dr GOMATHI V
 Teacher: Kanthimathi M
 Teacher: RAJAKUMARI R
To conduct online class
teachers
V.Anusuya Devi vanusuya@nec.edu.in
Dheenathayalan ddhayalan@nec.edu.in
 Teacher: DHEENATHAYALAN S
 Teacher: ANUSUYA DEVI V
 Teacher: THAMARAI SELVI D
 Teacher: RAMALAKSHMI K
ONE CREDIT COURSE
 Teacher: SATHESH KUMAR K APCSE
ME course
 Teacher: Dr KALAIVANI V
 Teacher: SIVAKAMASUNDARI G
 Teacher: MUTHU SELVI I
 Teacher: RAJKUMAR K
 Teacher: SIVAKAMASUNDARI G
 Teacher: MUTHU SELVI I
 Teacher: RAJKUMAR K
COURSE OUTCOMES:
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO 1: Develop algorithmic solutions to simple computational problems. (K3)
CO 2: Make appropriate decisions and solve problems using looping techniques.(K2)
CO 3: Solve problems using array and functions.(K3)
CO 4: Implement various sorting techniques. (K3)
CO 5: Implement various searching techniques. (K3)
 Teacher: THAMARAI SELVI D
 Teacher: RAMALAKSHMI K
 Teacher: Kanthimathi M
COURSE OUTCOMES:
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO 1: solve simple and Complex problems. (K3)
CO 2: solve sorting and searching problems. (K3)
 Teacher: THAMARAI SELVI D
 Teacher: RAMALAKSHMI K
 Teacher: Kanthimathi M
 Teacher: MANORUTHRA S APCSE
 Teacher: Kanthimathi M
 Teacher: DHEENATHAYALAN S
 Teacher: BHUVANESWARI T
Front End Web Development
 Teacher: RAJESH KUMAR S
20172021 Final CSE  8th Sem Project Class SEC A
 Teacher: SATHIYA A
 Teacher: SATHESH KUMAR K APCSE
 Teacher: RAJESH KUMAR S
one credit course
 Teacher: SIVAKAMASUNDARI G
One credit course
 Teacher: SATHESH KUMAR K APCSE
 Teacher: MALINI S L APCSE
 Teacher: THIRAVIAM B APCSE
 Teacher: RAMALAKSHMI K
 Teacher: DHEENATHAYALAN S
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to
CO 1: describe the basic concept of computer networks and analyze the functionalities of the OSI model. (K2)
CO 2: implement the various services of the data link layer. (K2)
CO 3: instruct to design, troubleshooting, modeling and evaluation of computer networks commands and Protocols. (K2)
CO 4: design cryptographic algorithms for avoiding basic level threats.(K2)
CO 5: implement the working protocols of the higher level layer. (K3)
 Teacher: MANOCHITRA M
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to
CO 1: Understand the division of network functionalities into layers. (K2)
CO 2: Enumerate different medium access control mechanisms.(K2)
CO 3: Apply various flow, congestion and routing algorithms for a network and determine the optimal path. (K3)
CO 4: Integrate the working of protocols in higher level layers. (K3)
 Teacher: MANOCHITRA M
 Teacher: SATHIYA A
 Teacher: Dr MOHAIDEEN PITCHAI K
 Teacher: RAJAKUMARI R
 Teacher: DHEENATHAYALAN S
 Teacher: Dr GOMATHI V
 Teacher: Dr KALAIVANI V
19CS44CDBMS LAB
 Teacher: SATHESH KUMAR K APCSE
 Teacher: JAYALAKSHMI M
 Teacher: KALAISELVI S
DBMS  Data Base Management Systems
 Teacher: SATHESH KUMAR K APCSE
 Teacher: JAYALAKSHMI M
 Teacher: KALAISELVI S
 Teacher: MANORUTHRA S APCSE
 Teacher: RAJKUMAR K
 Teacher: SIVAKAMASUNDARI G
 Teacher: RAJESH KUMAR S
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO 1: articulate the basics of Mobile Computing and its standards.(K2)
CO 2: exemplify the mobile communications and protocols.(K2)
CO 3: design a basic architecture for a pervasive computing with smart devices and knowledge of relevant OS.(K3)
CO 4: elucidate the function of Human Computer Interface in ubiquitous computing. (K2)
CO 5: work out on the paradigm of context aware computing and intelligent systems. (K3)
 Teacher: BHUVANESWARI M
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO 1: Install Android Application Tools kit and Setup android application development environment for the development of android applications. (K2)
CO 2: Emulate android applications in ADT Emulator using builtin commands and functions of Android SDK. (K3)
CO 3: Design and develop animation based android applications using 2D/3D shapes. (K4)
CO 4: Implement and publish android application in mobile app repositories. (K4)
 Teacher: BHUVANESWARI M
 Teacher: JAYALAKSHMI M
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: Work in the mobile application development framework and understand the life cycle of mobile application (K2).
CO2: Design a GUI to develop a mobile application for a given scenario (K3).
CO3: Understand the memory management, workflow concepts (K2).
CO4: Understand about intents and services in android application development (K2).
CO5: Design and develop the android applications for a new scenario (K4).
 Teacher: BHUVANESWARI M
 Teacher: JAYALAKSHMI M
 Teacher: SHENBAGHARAMAN A
 Teacher: SHUNMUGA PRIYA B
 Teacher: NASKATH J
 Teacher: SHUNMUGA PRIYA B
 Teacher: NASKATH J
 Teacher: Dr MOHAIDEEN PITCHAI K
 Teacher: RAJESH KUMAR S
 Teacher: BHUVANESWARI T
 Teacher: ANUSUYA DEVI V
To
encourage innovative learning practices with fruitful outcomes in terms of
knowledge, skill and attitude for the betterment of our students.
 Teacher: RAJKUMAR K
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to
CO1: Implement applications based on the concept of heap, skip list and hashing Techniques. (K3)
CO2: Develop programs for redblack trees, Btrees, AVL and Binary Search trees. (K3)
 Teacher: MALINI S L APCSE
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to
CO1: Understand the implementation of dictionaries using hashing techniques. (K2)
CO2: Develop applications using heap data structures and skip list. (K3)
CO3: Develop and analyze algorithms for redblack trees, Btrees and Splay trees. (K3)
 Teacher: MALINI S L APCSE
Appreciate the contemporary advancements in the field of cryptography and Network
Security
Elaborate the computational hardness of re synthesis process of various cryptographic
algorithms
Use pseudo random number generators in key distribution and management
 Teacher: SATHESH KUMAR K APCSE
 Teacher: Dr KALAIVANI V
This is a course on one of the core.
 Teacher: SIVAKAMASUNDARI G
 Teacher: ANTONY JEFFREY VAZ F
This is a course on one of the core.
 Teacher: SIVAKAMASUNDARI G
 Teacher: THAMARAI SELVI D
 Teacher: RAMALAKSHMI K
 Teacher: KALAISELVI S
Problem based course
 Teacher: RAJAKUMARI R
 Course Instructor: BHUVANESWARI M
 Professsor: NASKATH J
 Teacher: MUTHU SELVI I
III SEM CSE Core Course
 Course Instructor: JAYALAKSHMI M
Tocstudy of abstract machines
 Teacher: RAMALAKSHMI K
 Teacher: SIVAKUMAR V
III SEM  201920  CSE  batch 1
An intrusion detection system (IDS) is a type of security software designed to automatically alert administrators when someone or something is trying to compromise information system through malicious activities or through security policy violations.
 Teacher: BHUVANESWARI T
n computer science, cryptography refers to secure information and communication techniques derived from mathematical concepts and a set of rulebased calculations called algorithms to transform messages in ways that are hard to decipher.
 Teacher: BHUVANESWARI M
 Teacher: ANUSUYA DEVI V
 Teacher: ANITHA DEVI N
Java, unlike some languages before it allows for the use of words and commands instead of just symbols and numbers. Java also allows for the creation of advanced data types called objects which represent real world things like a chair or a computer where you can set the attributes of these objects and things they do.
Java is very flexible  it can be used to develop software as well as applets (small programs that run on web pages). But the flexibility doesn't end there because you can run the same Java programs on various operating systems without having to rewrite the code (unlike some other languages such as C and C++) thanks to the Java runtime environment which interprets Java code and tells the operating system what to do.
 Teacher: RAJESH KUMAR S
Advanced Database Technology deals with different types of advanced and emerging databases
 Teacher: ARUNPRIYA S
On completion of this course, a student will be familiar with client server architecture and
able to develop a web application using java technologies. Students will gain the skills and
projectbased experience needed for entry into web application and development careers.
 Teacher: RAJKUMAR K
COURSE OUTCOMES
CO 1: understand the various modes of communications with Internet.(K2)
CO 2: proposemethodology of an IoT System. (K3)
CO 3: knowledge on Python programming and packages for IoT. (K3)
CO 4: establish the communication to the cloud through WiFi / Bluetooth.(K3)
CO 5: develop schemes for the applications of IoT in real time scenarios. (K3)
 Teacher: SHUNMUGA PRIYA B
Theory of Computation emphasis on formal languages, models of computation and computability, computational complexity and NPcompleteness. It is basically a theoretical topic and this theory is used in many important computer applications you use every day. Automata theory is the study of abstract computing devices.
 Teacher: DHEENATHAYALAN S
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
IT infrastructures are complex by nature and provide nonfunctional attributes, like performance, availability, and security, applications. This course describes each infrastructure building block and their specific performance, availability, and security concepts. IT infrastructure consists of the equipment, systems, software, and services used in common across an organization, regardless of Mission /program / project. IT Infrastructure also serves as the foundation upon which mission/program/projectspecific systems and capabilities are built.
 Teacher: Dr MAHESWARI S
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO 1: analyze the significance of cyber forensics and forensics auditing (K3)
CO 2: examine forensics challenges in digital devices (K3)
CO 3: analyze cyber crime and security pitfalls in organizations (K4)
CO 4: perceive the actions of ethical hackers and their testing strategy (K2)
CO 5: explore different types of attacks(K2)
 Teacher: RAJKUMAR K
 Teacher: DHEENATHAYALAN S
Upon Completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO 1: develop new applications with different constraints using java. (K3)
CO 2: design web pages using client side scripting. (K3)
CO 3: populate and query a database using MYSQL. (K3)
CO 4: build interactive web applications using JSP. (K3)
CO 5: develop and deploy a Web Application for new scenario. (K3)
 Teacher: RAJKUMAR K
Upon Completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO 1: recognize the importance of object oriented programming. (K3)
CO 2: analyze the principles behind the design for construction of Web applications. (K4)
CO 3: design a web page in PHP and present the data in XML format. (K3)
CO 4: develop and deploy an Enterprise Application. (K4)
CO 5: acquire knowledge in AJAX and web services. (K2)
 Teacher: BHUVANESWARI M
To provide an insight to different AI techniques to solve different types of real world problems
 Teacher: SIVAKAMASUNDARI G
The Subject focus on Various Advanced Database structures and applications.
 Teacher: RAJESH KUMAR S
COURSE OUTCOMES:
Upon Completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO 1: recognize the importance of object oriented programming. (K3)
CO 2: analyze the principles behind the design for construction of Web applications. (K4)
CO 3: design a web page in PHP and present the data in XML format. (K3)
CO 4: develop and deploy an Enterprise Application. (K4)
CO 5: acquire knowledge in AJAX and web services. (K2)
 Teacher: MICHLIN RUBY I.A.S
Data mining is the process of discovering patterns in large data sets involving methods at the intersection of machine learning, statistics, and database systems. It is an interdisciplinary subfield of computer science and statistics with an overall goal to extract information from a data set and transform the information into a comprehensible structure for further use. It is the analysis step of the Knowledge Discovery in databases process, or KDD. Aside from the raw analysis step, it also involves database and data management aspects, data preprocessing, model and inference considerations, interestingness metrics, complexity considerations, postprocessing of discovered structures, visualization, and online updating.
 Teacher: MUTHU SELVI I
CO 1: understand the functionalities of layers in OSI architecture. (K2)
CO 2: illustrate the various flow and error control techniques and identify the best method for efficient data transmission. (K2)
CO 3: enumerate different medium access control mechanisms.(K2)
CO 4: apply various routing algorithms for a network and determine the optimal path.(K3)
CO 5: integrate the working of protocols in higher level layers.(K3)
 Teacher: SHUNMUGA PRIYA B
 Teacher: MICHLIN RUBY I.A.S
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon Completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO 1: understand the basic infrastructure management model and trends. (K2)
CO 2: appreciate various infrastructure management schemes in ITIL Process. (K2)
CO 3: recognize service delivery process and different management activities. (K2)
CO 4: identify different service support process for IT Companies (K2)
CO 5: analyze the processes to measure the storage and security management. (K3)
 Teacher: MANOCHITRA M
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO 1: implement basic linear data structures using static and dynamic memory allocation. (K3)
CO 2: recognize the data organization and applications of binary trees and binary search trees. (K3)
CO 3: analyze the importance of selfbalancing trees for effective organization of data. (K4)
CO 4: design and implement an appropriate hashing function and heap for an application. (K3)
CO 5: identify suitable algorithms for solving the real life problems shortest path,
network link analysis. (K4)
 Teacher: MANOCHITRA M
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO 1: understand the functionalities of layers in OSI architecture. (K2)
CO 2: illustrate the various flow and error control techniques and identify the best
method for efficient data transmission. (K2)
CO 3: enumerate different medium access control mechanisms.(K2)
CO 4: apply various routing algorithms for a network and determine the optimal
path.(K3)
CO 5: integrate the working of protocols in higher level layers.(K3)
 Teacher: Dr MAHESWARI S
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon Completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO 1: describe the basic concept of computer networks and analyze the functionalities
of OSI model. (K4)
CO 2: implement the various services of data link layer. (K2)
CO 3: instruct to design, troubleshooting, modeling and evaluation of computer
networks commands and Protocols. (K2)
CO 4: design cryptographicalgorithmsforavoiding basic level threats.(K2)
CO 5: implement the working protocols of higher level layer. (K3)
 Teacher: Dr MAHESWARI S
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon Completion of this course, the students will be able to:
CO1: appreciate the fundamentals and describe about Android programming.
CO2: understand and develop the mobile app using android
 Teacher: JAYALAKSHMI M
CO1: Describe the basic concept of computer networks and analyze the functionalities of OSI model. (K4)
CO2: implement the various services of data link layer. (K2) CO 3: instruct to design, trouble shooting, modeling and evaluation of Computer networks commands and Protocols. (K2) 
CO 4: design cryptographic algorithms for avoiding basic level threats.(K2) CO 5: implement the working protocols of higher level layer. (K3) 
 Teacher: SHUNMUGA PRIYA B
Objective of the course:
 Simplify the mathematical expressions using Boolean functions and simple problem
 Implement the combinational logic circuits
 Design the various synchronous and asynchronous circuits.
 Understand the various memory devices
 Be exposed to designing using PLD
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to:
CO 1: Develop a basic logical expression and apply minimization technique to minimize Boolean expression. (K3)
CO 2: Design and analysis of combinational circuits. (K3)
CO 3: Describe the sequential circuits and design & analysis of synchronous sequential circuits. (K3)
CO 4: Design & analysis of asynchronous sequential circuits.(K3)
CO 5: Develop a program in Hardware Description Language.(K2)
 Teacher: THAMARAI SELVI D
 Teacher: SYED RABIYA M
One credit course
 Teacher: KALAISELVI S
 Teacher: DHEENATHAYALAN S
 Teacher: SATHIYA A
 Teacher: VIJAYAKUMAR D
 Teacher: SANJEEVI PRAKASH K
 Teacher: THAMARAI SELVI D
 Teacher: RAMALAKSHMI K
 Teacher: KALAISELVI S
Common course for CSE,EEE,ECE and Civil
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The objective of mobile computing is to develop system and application level software for small, battery powered terminals equipped with the wireless network connection.
Pervasive computing, which is also known as ubiquitous computing, is defined as the use of computerized technology through various devices in various settings around the clock. This means that most people now use different devices, such as smart phones and devices, to access, share, upload and post information via technology platforms and solutions.
 Teacher: MUTHU SELVI I
Read the problem at least three times (or however many makes you feel comfortable) Work through the problem manually with at least three sets of sample data. Simplify and optimize your steps. Write pseudocode. Translate pseudocode into code and debug.
 Teacher: MUTHU SELVI I
4th sem
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4th sem
 Teacher: NASKATH J
6th
 Teacher: NASKATH J
 Teacher: THAMARAI SELVI D
 Teacher: VIJAYAKUMAR D
 Teacher: DHEENATHAYALAN S
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1:explain the concept of operational and project management. (K2)
CO2:define the scope of a project and develop the project plan. (K2)
CO3:evaluate the technical, business and social environment related to the project. (K3)
CO4:formulate and manage project team successfully. (K5)
CO5:monitor and control projects using tools and techniques. (K3)
 Teacher: VEERA AJAY C
Batch 1  IV Semester
 Teacher: BHUVANESWARI M
VI Semester  BATCH 2
 Teacher: BHUVANESWARI M
 Teacher: Dr MOHAIDEEN PITCHAI K
 Teacher: RAMALAKSHMI K
 Teacher: DHEENATHAYALAN S
 Teacher: THAMARAI SELVI D
 Teacher: RAJAKUMARI R
 Teacher: DHEENATHAYALAN S
This course is most important to the students because information/data form the foundation of any business enterprise. Thus a thorough understanding of how to manipulate, design and manage databases gains importance. The course participants are exposed to the various forms, types and models of database systems to enable them make viable choices. Supportive and complimentary concepts of managing data and documents are thoroughly examined to give a wholesome view of data/information management.
A database management system is a computer based system to manage a database, or a collection databases or files. The management implies the controlled use of a resource that is controlling its quality, coordinating shared use of a resource and controlling access to authorized users.
The ultimate aim is to encourage the usage of database management systems for effective data management. This course gives students a solid background in databases, with a focus on relational database management systems.
 Teacher: RAJESH KUMAR S
This course 15CS12E – Open Source Systems, deals with the widespread open source technologies. These technologies enables programmers to develop a single application that can run across multiple platforms . First get basic understanding about the necessity of Open source operating system Linux and its significant Advanced concepts Kernel Process, scheduling, cloning and signals. From the course, acquire an in depth knowledge on web application development languages and database in conjunction with PHP, MySQL. Learn advanced renounced programming languages PYTHON and PERL in such aspect to create a dynamic application as your own. At the conclusion of the course, the student will be expected to complete a Web application project involving the design of a fairly complex program that consists of a GUI and utilizes at least two of the advanced programming areas.
 Teacher: VIJAYAKUMAR D
Open Source Practices are enhanced
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Apply intelligence to acquired data to gather knowledge and decision making
 Teacher: VIJAYAKUMAR D
 Teacher: Dr KAVIDHA V
OOAD with Component Lab
 Teacher: JAYALAKSHMI M
OOAD with Component Lab
 Teacher: JAYALAKSHMI M
This course is most relevant to the students because information/data form the foundation of any business enterprise. Thus a thorough understanding of how to manipulate, design and manage databases gains importance. The course participants are exposed to the various forms, types and models of database systems to enable them make viable choices. Supportive and complimentary concepts of managing data and documents are thoroughly examined to give a wholesome view of data/information management.
A database management system is a computer based system to manage a database, or a collection databases or files. The management implies the controlled use of a resource that is controlling its quality, coordinating shared use of a resource and controlling access to authorized users.
The ultimate aim is to encourage the usage of database management systems for effective data management. This course gives students a solid background in databases, with a focus on relational database management systems.
 Teacher: RAJESH KUMAR S
Elective Course
 Teacher: JAYALAKSHMI M
Elective Course
 Teacher: JAYALAKSHMI M
Comprehension Lab
 Teacher: JAYALAKSHMI M
This course provides you handson experience and exposure to developing HTML5 and CSS3 based web application. This course builds
strong foundation on HTML5 and CSS3 which will help developer to use HTML5 and CSS3 concepts for building responsive web application.
 Teacher: RAJESH KUMAR S
 Teacher: SIVAKUMAR V
 Teacher: SIVAKUMAR V
Three credit course
 Teacher: Dr KALAIVANI V
 Teacher: SHUNMUGA PRIYA B
CO 1: understand the basic concepts of computational social sciences. (K2)
CO 2: identify online social networks and understand the concepts of Graph Models, Network
models and measures to evaluate information. (K3)
CO 3: aware about automated information extraction methods and human centered computing. (K2)
CO 4: analyze the mining methods on social web. (K3)
CO 5: understand social data analytics and its applications. (K2)
 Teacher: SHENBAGHARAMAN A
National Engineering College
(An Autonomous Institution Affiliated to Anna University, Chennai), Kovilpatti
M.E. – Computer Science and Engineering CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS Regulations 2019
19CT17E DEEP LEARNING L T P C QP 3 0 0 3 A
COURSE OUTCOMES Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to
CO1: Understand the basis of Machine Learning (K2)
CO2: Explore various Deep Learning Networks (K2)
CO3: Implement Convolutional and Recurrent Neural Algorithms (K3)
CO4: Analyze optimization and generalization in deep learning (K4)
CO5: Explore the deep learning applications (K3)
UNIT I MACHINE LEARNING BASICS 9
Introduction to machine learning  Linear models (SVMs and Perceptrons, logistic regression). Learning Algorithms – Capacity, Overfitting and underfitting – Hyperparameters and Validation Sets – Estimators, Bias and Variance – Maximum Likelihood Estimation – Bayesian Statistics – Supervised Learning Algorithms – Unsupervised Learning Algorithms – Stochastic Gradient Descent – Building a Machine Learning Algorithm – Challenges Motivating deep learning.
UNIT II DEEP NETWORKS 9
History of Deep Learning A Probabilistic Theory of Deep Learning Backpropagation and other Differentiation Algorithms – Regularization: Dataset Augumentation – Noise Robustness Early Stopping, Bagging and Dropout  batch normalization VC Dimension and Neural NetsDeep Vs Shallow Networks Convolutional Networks Generative Adversarial Networks (GAN), Semisupervised Learning
UNIT III CONVOLUTION & RECURRENT NETWORKS 9
Convolutional Neural Networks: The Convolution Operation – Motivation – Pooling – Variants of the basic Convolution Function – Structured Outputs – Data Types – Efficient Convolution Algorithms. Recurrent Neural Networks: Bidirectional RNNs – Deep Recurrent Networks – Recursive Neural Networks.
UNIT IV OPTIMIZATION AND GENERALIZATION 9
Optimization in deep learning– Nonconvex optimization for deep networks Stochastic Optimization Generalization in neural networks Spatial Transformer Networks Recurrent networks, LSTM  Recurrent Neural Network Language Models WordLevel RNNs & Deep Reinforcement Learning  Computational & Artificial Neuroscience
UNIT V CASE STUDY AND APPLICATIONS 9
Imagenet Object Detection – Object Tracking  Audio WaveNet  Natural Language Processing
Word2Vec  Joint Detection  Face Recognition  Scene Understanding  Gathering Image
Captions.
L:45; TOTAL: 45 PERIODS
REFERENCES
1. Bengio, Yoshua, Ian J. Goodfellow, and Aaron Courville. "Deep learning." An MIT
Press book in preparation,2016.
2. Dr.Adrian Rosebrock, ―Deep Learning for Computer Vision with Python: Starter Bundle‖,
PyImage Search, 1st edition, 2017.
3. Deng & Yu, Deep Learning: Methods and Applications, Now Publishers, 2013.
4. Michael Nielsen, Neural Networks and Deep Learning, Determination Press, 2015.
 Teacher: Dr GOMATHI V
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 Teacher: BAGAVATHI S
 Teacher: MANOCHITRA M
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M.E  CSE  Project  Phase 2
 Teacher: BHUVANESWARI M
 Teacher: SHUNMUGA PRIYA B
 Teacher: HEMALAKSHMI G R
Creative Image Manipulation
 Teacher: ANUSUYA DEVI V
It is a One Credit Course. Students will learn about Android and how to develop basic android applications
 Teacher: JAYALAKSHMI M
 Teacher: SATHIYA A
 Teacher: VIJAYAKUMAR D
 Teacher: MICHLIN RUBY I.A.S
 Teacher: Dr MOHAIDEEN PITCHAI K
 Teacher: RAMALAKSHMI K
 Teacher: BHUVANESWARI M
 Teacher: MANOCHITRA M
 Teacher: DHEENATHAYALAN S
 Teacher: RAJESH KUMAR S
 Teacher: Dr GOMATHI V
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 Teacher: MICHLIN RUBY I.A.S
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 Teacher: DHEENATHAYALAN S
 Teacher: RAJESH KUMAR S
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AY 2021  19CS33C  COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND ARCHITECTURE  Batch 1 2019 Bach
Course Instructor: M.Bhuvaneswari, AP(SG)/CSE
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to
 CO1: realize the role of functional units and various architectural features (K2)
 CO2: examine data representation and execution procedure of an ALU (K2)
 CO3: categorize the pipelining techniques and recognize the I/O mechanism for high speed devices. (K3)
 CO4: know the different I/O Interfaces and categorize the different memory systems. (K2)
 CO5: distinguish the operational functions of symmetric and distributed architectures. (K2)
 Teacher: BHUVANESWARI M
AY 2021  19CS33C  COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND ARCHITECTURE  Batch 1 2019 Bach
Course Instructor: M.Bhuvaneswari, AP(SG)/CSE
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to
 CO1: realize the role of functional units and various architectural features (K2)
 CO2: examine data representation and execution procedure of an ALU (K2)
 CO3: categorize the pipelining techniques and recognize the I/O mechanism for high speed devices. (K3)
 CO4: know the different I/O Interfaces and categorize the different memory systems. (K2)
 CO5: distinguish the operational functions of symmetric and distributed architectures. (K2)
 Teacher: SHENBAGHARAMAN A
 Teacher: BHUVANESWARI M
AY2021  15CS71C Research Paper and Patent Review  Seminar
IV Year CSE B
 Teacher: BHUVANESWARI M
 Teacher: SUNDARA BHARATHI S R
 Teacher: ANUSUYA DEVI V
This course is designed to introduce students to business intelligence concepts and provide
students with an understanding of data warehousing and data mining along with associated techniques and their
benefits to organizations of all sizes.
 Teacher: VIJAYAKUMAR D
Transdisciplinary course
 Teacher: JAYALAKSHMI M
 Teacher: RAMALAKSHMI K
CO 1: understand the various global issues.
CO 2: demonstrate a reasonable understanding of environmental debates and issues.
CO 3: explain the developmental issues relating to food, health and energy.
CO 4: demonstrate the economical issues in international trade.
CO 5: describe the civilization issues relating to human rights and social justice.
 Teacher: MANOCHITRA M
15TD12E Indian History
 Teacher: BHUVANESWARI T
 Teacher: SHUNMUGA PRIYA B
 Teacher: MUTHU SELVI I
 Teacher: NASKATH J
 Teacher: ANITHA DEVI N
 Teacher: DHEENATHAYALAN S
 Teacher: Dr KAVIDHA V
 Teacher: SHUNMUGA PRIYA B
 Teacher: Dr GOMATHI V
 Teacher: THAMARAI SELVI D
 Teacher: RAMALAKSHMI K
 Teacher: RAJAKUMARI R
Data Mining Core Course
 Teacher: MALINI S L APCSE
 Teacher: JAYALAKSHMI M
 Teacher: RAJESH KUMAR S
Elective Course for VII Sem CSE
 Teacher: JAYALAKSHMI M
DETAILED COURSE PLAN
 Teacher: Dr MAHESWARI S
DETAILED COURSE PLAN
 Teacher: Dr MAHESWARI S
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to
CO1: impart the basic concepts of data structures and implementation of stacks and different types of queues using arrays. (K3)
CO2: implement different types of list, stack and queue using pointers. (K3)
CO3: Construct different types of trees. (K3)
CO4: recognize the various indexing techniques and distinguish various hashing and collision resolution techniques. (K2)
CO5: realize the basic concepts and applications of graphs to solve different real time problems. (K4)
 Teacher: MANOCHITRA M
 Teacher: NASKATH J
 Teacher: RAJAKUMARI R
 Teacher: KALAISELVI S
A data structure in computer science is a system used to store data, keep it organized, and enable easy modification and access. Put simply, a data structure refers to a group of data values, how they relate to each other, and the operations or functions that can be carried out on them.
Remember it this way:
 Programs= algorithms+data structures
 Data structures=related data+allowed operations on that data
What’s an easy way to understand data structures?
Three examples may help you better understand data structures.
First, think of a dictionary. In a dictionary, words are organized alphabetically. This enables you to search for and find a word quickly and efficiently.
Next, a city map. Organized into geometries, a city map has scales and directions and it makes it easy to search effectively for a landmark. With a city map, you can also find a route from one place to another.
A business cashincashout statement. These statements often use tabular schema, or a table. Much like certain data structures, aggregating and extracting data is easy when it’s in organized columns. Teacher: SATHIYA A
Course
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 Teacher: Dr KALAIVANI V
 Teacher: THAMARAI SELVI D
 Teacher: RAMALAKSHMI K
 Teacher: DHEENATHAYALAN S
COURSE OUTCOMES:
Upon Completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO 1: recognize the importance of object oriented programming. (K3)
CO 2: analyze the principles behind the design for construction of Web applications. (K4)
CO 3: design a web page in PHP and present the data in XML format. (K3)
CO 4: develop and deploy an Enterprise Application. (K4)
CO 5: acquire knowledge in AJAX and web services. (K2)
 Teacher: RAJKUMAR K
It is a core subject and should be concentrated more.
 Teacher: SIVAKAMASUNDARI G
It is an elective course and an emerging technique.
 Teacher: SIVAKAMASUNDARI G
STT is the course for the final year 7th semester course for the CSE students
 Teacher: SHENBAGHARAMAN A
Upon
the completion of the course the students will be able to
CO1: Understand the importance of software engineering practices
CO2: Effectively participate in software project analysis
CO3: Develop a good software design adhering to design principles
CO4: Realize the value and challenges in software testing and maintenance
CO5: Identify the necessitate for configuration and Maintenance concepts
 Teacher: RAJKUMAR K
 Teacher: Dr MOHAIDEEN PITCHAI K
 Teacher: ANUSUYA DEVI V
Java Lab Course is for V the semester Computer Science and Engineering Students. Core Subject.
 Teacher: RAJESH KUMAR S
 Teacher: VIJAYAKUMAR D
 Teacher: RAJESH KUMAR S
Upon Completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO 1: develop new applications with different constraints using java. (K3)
CO 2: design web pages using client side scripting. (K3)
CO 3: populate and query a database using MYSQL. (K3)
CO 4: build interactive web applications using JSP. (K3)
CO 5: develop and deploy a Web Application for new scenario. (K3)
 Teacher: RAJKUMAR K
The core course for Fifth Semester Computer Science and Engineering
 Teacher: RAJESH KUMAR S
It is one of the lab course.
 Teacher: SATHESH KUMAR K APCSE
 Teacher: SIVAKAMASUNDARI G
It is a lab course
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 Teacher: Dr MOHAIDEEN PITCHAI K
 Teacher: RAMALAKSHMI K
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 Teacher: MANOCHITRA M
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 Teacher: Dr GOMATHI V
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 Teacher: RAJESH KUMAR S
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 Teacher: ANUSUYA DEVI V
 Teacher: Dr GOMATHI V
 Teacher: SATHESH KUMAR K APCSE
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Applied Mathematics
 Teacher: Mr.P.Senthil Murugan APMaths
Applied Mathematics for Computer Science
 Teacher: Mr.P.Senthil Murugan APMaths
To process Product Development activities
 Teacher: ANUSUYA DEVI V
Basic electrical and electronics engineering  19ME26C
 Teacher: KARTHIK KUMAR K
Handling this course for this semester for first year civil.
 Teacher: ANTONY JEFFREY VAZ F
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 Teacher: SANKARA KUMAR S
Upon completion of this course the students can able to Explain the configurations and design of permanent magnet brushless and switched reluctance motor drives. And advanced machines in EV applications.
 Teacher: KARTHIK KUMAR K
 Teacher: ANTONY JEFFREY VAZ F
19CE26C – BASIC ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING  JEFF  20212022 (Even Semester)
 Teacher: ANTONY JEFFREY VAZ F
CO1: Perform statistical data analysis and infer characteristics of instruments. (K3)
CO2: Describe the operation of various measuring instruments. (K2)
CO3: Design of DC and AC bridges for measuring passive elements. (K2)
CO4: Select transducers for an application and calibrate the instruments to standards.
(K2)
CO5: Explain significance of the computer based data acquisition and digital
equipments. (K2)
 Teacher: GOWTHAMI K
Course Outcomes
CO1: Analyze a power system in steady state using numerical methods
CO2: Compute the fault current for different types of faults
CO3: Explain various methods to control the voltage and frequency
CO4: Discuss about monitoring and control of a power system
CO5: Describe the concepts of stability in a power system
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19EE64C Power System Simulation and High Voltage Laboratory
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CO1: Describe the earthing system design(K2)
CO2: Explain various types of earthing in Substation
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 Teacher: SAMUEL PAKIANATHAN P
CO1: describe the earthing system design (K2)
CO2: explain the various types of earthing in substations (K2)
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CO1: describe the earthing system design (K2)
CO2: explain the various types of earthing in substations (K2)
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COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon the successful completion of this course, the students will be able to,
CO1: explain the general concepts and building blocks of capacitors. (K2)
CO2: summarize the various applications of capacitors. (K2)
COURSE CONTENT
Introduction: Capacitance – Basics of dielectric Materials – Dielectric Constant – Loss Angle – General Conceptions of Gaseous, Liquid and Solid Dielectrics – IS Standards – Solid Dielectrics, Composite Dielectrics, Electrolytes. Building Blocks of Capacitors: Condenser Tissue Paper – Polypropylene and Polyester Film – Aluminium Foil  Materials for Others Components – Discharge Resistors: Safety Consideration and Design – Housing of Capacitors – Impregnating Liquids – Manufacture of Paper and Plastic Film Capacitor. Application of Capacitors: DC and Energy Storage Capacitors –Series Capacitors for Power Quality Improvement –Harmonic Filters –Surge Protection Capacitors –Capacitors Voltage Transformers – Coupling Capacitors – Future capacitors.
REFERENCES
1. D.M.Tagore, “Electrical Power Capacitors – Design and Manufacturing”, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd., 2002.
2. R.P. Deshpande, “Capacitors – Technology and Trends”, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd., 2012.
3. T.Longland, T.W.Hunt and W.A.Brecknell, “Power Capacitors Handbook”, Butterworths Publishers, 1984.
4. Ramasamy Natarajan, “Power System Capacitors”, CRC Press, 2005.
5. R.E. Marbury, “Power Capacitors”, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd.,
1949.
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Basic Electrical and Electronics EngineeringCSE
 Teacher: KARTHIK KUMAR K
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 Teacher: KARTHIK KUMAR K
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 Teacher: SANKARA KUMAR S
 Teacher: ARUL MARCEL MOSHI A
3rd Semester Core Course
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Engineering Mechanics
 Teacher: KARTHIKEYAN N APMech
CO1: Describe the fundamental knowledge in electrical engineering (K2)
CO2: Prepare the details of estimation for residential and commercial electrical installations (K3) Teacher: GOWTHAMI K
Power Electronics and drives  Special Interest Group for 201923 batch students.
 Teacher: Dr. KALAIVANI L
This Final year EEE A students Practical Course
 Teacher: Dr. KANNAYERAM G
1 credit course for Final Year EEE students
 Teacher: Dr. KANNAYERAM G
1 credit course for III year EEE students
 Teacher: Dr. KANNAYERAM G
This Subject is 3 credit core course for Final year EEE students
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 Teacher: KUMAR K
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SMART GRID
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This course will enhance the communication skills for the betterment of the career. this laborstory course will also empower the leadership quality.
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CO1: Design and demonstrate the working of combinational circuits. (K2)
CO2: Construct sequential circuits like n –bit modulo counters and shift registers.(K3)
CO3: Design and demonstrate the operation of A/D and D/A converters. (K2)
 Teacher: Dr. MUNIRAJ R
 Teacher: Dr. MUNIRAJ R
 Teacher: Dr. MAHESWARI R V
 Teacher: VIGNESHWARAN B
 Teacher: AVUDAIAMMAL N
ME  HVE
 Teacher: SAMUEL PAKIANATHAN P
19IT26C BASIC ELECTRICAL
AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: explain the concepts of basic electrical circuits (K2)
CO2: describe the working principles of electrical machines and instruments (K2)
CO3: outline the functions of the component of low voltage electrical installations (K2)
CO4: explain the characteristics and applications of semiconductor devices (K2)
CO5: recall the different logic principles used in digital circuits (K2)
 Teacher: KARTHIK KUMAR K
GATE FORUM
 Teacher: SAMUEL PAKIANATHAN P
BEEE  19ME26C
 Teacher: ANTONY JEFFREY VAZ F
Handson and simulation based implementation of various measurement and instrumentation experiments will be practiced.
 Teacher: SIVAPALANIRAJAN M
A study about the need for measurements in real life and understand the way to build a instrumentation system.
 Teacher: SIVAPALANIRAJAN M
 Teacher: Dr. RAVINDRAN M
 Teacher: ANTONY JEFFREY VAZ F
 Teacher: BAKRUTHEEN M
CO1: describe the earthing system design
CO2: explain the various types of earthing in substations
 Teacher: Dr. KANNAYERAM G
CO1: determine the various parameters of power system. (K2)
CO2: compute the parameters for different type of faults in power system network. (K2)
CO3: determine breakdown strength of gaseous dielectric and liquid dielectric. (K2)
CO4: demonstrate the generation methods of High voltage AC, DC and Impulse. (K2)
CO5: infer the field distribution simulation model of single and multiple dielectrics. (K2)
 Teacher: VIGNESHWARAN B
 Teacher: Dr. KANNAYERAM G
 Teacher: KARTHIK KUMAR K
Design of electrical machines
 Teacher: SAMUEL PAKIANATHAN P
 Teacher: Ms.S.Karpaga Selvi APMaths
 Teacher: SASIREKA S
This course is requested for the PG  HVE First Year First Sem. Students.
 Teacher: Dr. PRAKASH N B
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO 1: recall the basic concepts in electric and magnetic fields. (K2)
CO 2: choose the new techniques to find the solutions of electro static boundary value problems. (K2)
CO 3: improve the new techniques to achieve the accurate results. (K2)
CO 4: determine and find the various parameters of field configurations. (K2)
CO 5: model the various electrical apparatus. (K2)
 Teacher: VIGNESHWARAN B
19SH17C  Engineering Practice Lab (Electrical)  EEE & CIVIL S4
Staffs:
Mr.K.Karthik Kumar, AP/EEE
Ms.G.Shunumgalakshmi AP/EEE
 Teacher: KARTHIK KUMAR K
19SH17C  Engineering Practice Lab (Electrical)  Mech S6
Staffs:
Mr.K.Karthik Kumar, AP/EEE
 Teacher: KARTHIK KUMAR K
EEE
 Teacher: Dr KAVIDHA V
This course discuss the functional description of PLC,DCS and SCADA
 Teacher: Dr. WILLJUICE IRUTHAYARAJAN M
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon the successful completion of this course, the students will be able to,
 CO1: apply vector calculus for static electric and magnetic fields.
 CO2: analyze the concepts of electrostatic fields and boundary conditions for different mediums.
 CO3: examine the concepts of magnetostatic fields and boundary conditions for different mediums.
 CO4: formulate the Maxwell’s equations.
 CO5: employ the Maxwell equations for electromagnetic wave propagation.
 Teacher: VIGNESHWARAN B
course outcome
to know processing of signals
 Teacher: Dr. KALAIVANI L
Objective
To Understand the Fundamental Concepts of Digital Electronics
 Teacher: Dr. MUNIRAJ R
To understand the various global issues.
to demonstrate a reasonable understanding of environmental debates and issues.
to explain the developmental issues relating to food, health and energy.
to demonstrate the economical issues in international trade.
to describe the civilization issues relating to human rights and social justice.
 Teacher: Dr. SENTHIL KUMAR S
 Teacher: Dr. RAJAMANI M P E
problem oriented course
 Teacher: SIVAPALANIRAJAN M
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: Demonstrate the different BJT Biasing Circuits and its applications. (K2)
CO2: Illustrate the small signal parameters for amplifiers. (K2)
CO 3: Describe the operation of Feedback amplifiers. (K2)
CO 4: Discuss the operation of Pulse circuits. (K2)
CO5: Explain rectifiers, filters and voltage regulators. (K2)
 Teacher: SAMUEL PAKIANATHAN P
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: distinguish various types of power semiconductor devices. (K2)
CO2: analyze the operation of phase controlled rectifiers. (K2)
CO3: discuss the various topologies of DC–DC switching regulators. (K2)
CO4: describe the different modulation techniques of pulse width modulated inverters. (K2)
CO5: explain the operation of AC voltage controller and Cycloconverter. (K2)
 Teacher: SANKARA KUMAR S
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: explain the design of smart grid architecture. (K2)
CO2: outline the communication technologies used in smart grid. (K2)
CO3: explain the Smart Grid technologies, different smart meters. (K2)
CO4: summarize the renewable energy resources and storages integrated with smart grid (K3)
CO5: explain the power electronics converters for integration of renewable energy in smart grid. (K3)
 Teacher: SIVAKUMAR T
OBJECTIVES:
 To study various number systems and simplify the logical expressions using Boolean functions
 To study combinational circuits
 To design various synchronous and asynchronous circuits.
 To introduce asynchronous sequential circuits and PLDs
 To introduce digital simulation for development of application oriented logic circuits.
 Teacher: KUMAR K
 Teacher: MADHURI CHITHRA M
2.DC GENERATORS
3.DC MOTORS
4. TRANSFORMERS
5.TESTING OF DC MACHINES AND TRANSFORMERS
Course Outcomes:
Upon the successful completion of this course, the students will be able to
Simplify Boolean functions and illustrate the various combinational circuits. (K2)Illustrate the behavior of synchronous sequential circuits (K2)
Construct and illustrate the behavior of asynchronous sequential circuits. (K3)
Summarize the characteristics of digital ICs and memory devices. (K2)
Develop VHDL coding for simple circuits. (K3)
 Teacher: ANITHA E
 Teacher: Dr. MUNIRAJ R
 Teacher: SHEEBA NANCY
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon the successful completion of this course, the students will be able to,
CO1: Explain Specific Electrical and Magnetic loadings for various electrical DC and AC Machines. (K2)
CO2: Interpret main dimensions (D, L) of armature and field systems for D.C. machines. (K2)
CO3: Outline overall Dimensions of single and three phase transformers core, windings and cooling systems for transformers. (K2)
CO4: Interpret main dimensions of squirrel cage and Slip ring induction machines. (K2)
CO5: Illustrate enhanced dimensions of stator of AC machines. (K2)
 Teacher: SAMUEL PAKIANATHAN P
To analyze and control real system as per the requirement
 Teacher: SIVAPALANIRAJAN M
Fuzzy Logic System
Neural Networks
GA
 Teacher: Dr. MUNIRAJ R
IV th Semester EEE
 Teacher: Dr. WILLJUICE IRUTHAYARAJAN M
Dear Students,
Welcome to 19ME26C BASIC ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING.
 Teacher: KARTHIK KUMAR K
Transmission Line Parameters
Power System Modelling
Power System Analysis
 Teacher: Dr. KANNAYERAM G
6th Semester EEE
 Teacher: SANKARA KUMAR S
6th Semester
 Teacher: SANKARA KUMAR S
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: grasp the concepts of analytic functions. (K3)
CO2: evaluate complex integration over contour. (K3)
CO3: use numerical techniques to solve algebraic equation and interpolate. (K3)
CO4: solve differential equations using numerical methods. (K3)
CO5: verify the validity of the arguments. (K2)
 Teacher: ARUL M
 Teacher: VIGNESHWARAN B
 Teacher: SHUNMUGALAKSHMI G
 Teacher: Dr. MAHESWARI R V
COURSE OUTCOMES:
Upon the successful completion of this course, the students will be able to,
CO1: Design and analyze the Printed Circuit Boards fabrication
CO2: Develop the Printed Circuit Boards and discuss the factors affecting PCB performance
COURSE CONTENT:
Introduction to PCB design  Basics of hardware and software  Types of PCB,
terminologies, PCB Layers  Different tools and software used for PCB designing 
Different circuit on PCB design software  Creating a new project Building parts and symbols  Schematic of Different circuits  Creating multisheet flat designs  PCB layout
and 3D Imaging  Introduction to Proteus and OrCAD Capture  Placement of
components and Routing  Assigning reference designators  Design Rules checking 
Adding inter sheet signal references  PCB stackup preparationCharacteristics
impedance calculationSignal Integrity analysis  Creating a Bill of Materials and Print
layout  Gerber generation  PCB fabrication methods  Soldering Methods.
L: 5 P: 20 TOTAL: 25 PERIODS
REFERENCES:
1. Charles Hamilton, “A Guide to Printed Circuit Board Design” Elsevier, 2013.
2. Kraig Mitzner, “Complete PCB Design Using OrCAD Capture and PCB Editor” Newnes Publications, 2009.
3. Christopher T. Robertson, “Printed Circuit Board Designer's Reference” Prentice Hall Professional, 2004.
4. Eric Bogatin, “Signal integrity analysis simplified”, Prentice Hall Modern Semiconductor Design Series, 2012.
5. http://www.ece.ucsb.edu/Faculty/Johnson/ECE189/Mentor2007/
 Teacher: ANTONY JEFFREY VAZ F
CO1: Explain the fundamentals of IoT and its applications.
CO2: Develop simple applications using ARM processor and IoT.
 Teacher: GOWTHAMI K
Dear Students,
Welcome to Comprehension Lab Course
As we discussed
in the class, Internal marks (50 marks) will be calculated from online
tests(40 marks) and NPTEL course(10 marks) etc...
ONLINE TESTS
We planned to conduct 15 online tests through Google Class room.
Question pattern
a)Multiple choice question10 questions X 1 mark = 10 Marks
b) Fill in the blanks 5 questions X 3 marks=15 Marks
Maximum marks=25
Duration Two periods
End of the week, we will upload the key of test and discuss the questions.
NPTEL Course
Students
are asked to register any one NPTEL course (relevant to Electrical and
Electronics domain) 10 marks(internal marks) will be calculated from
Assignment marks of registered NPTEL course.
The end semester examinations will be conducted through offline mode.
50 numbers of gate questions from the gate syllabus subjects
will be given as question paper. Problems has to be solved in the answer
sheet, based on the answers, the marks will be awarded.
 Teacher: SANKARA KUMAR S
KNOWLEDGE ABOUT WAVES PRODUCED IN ELECTRICAL OSCILLATORS, GEOMETRICAL OPTICS, WAVE OPTICS AND SEMICONDUCTOR PHYSICS
 Teacher: Dr. MURUGAN V
LIGHT AND SEMICONDUCTORS EXPERIMENTS
 Teacher: Dr. MURUGAN V
One Credit
 Teacher: Dr. RAVINDRAN M
CO1: Explain the fundamentals of IoT and its applications.
CO2: Develop simple applications using ARM processor and IoT.
 Teacher: GOWTHAMI K
 Teacher: Dr. PRAKASH N B
ONE CREDIT ELECTIVE COURSE
 Teacher: SANKARA KUMAR S
 Teacher: MADHURI CHITHRA M
CO 1: describe the basics concepts of starting systems. (K2)
CO 2: explain the aspects of charging systems. (K2)
CO 3: distinguish the types of lighting system, batteries and accessories. (K2)
CO 4: explain the various process in automotive electronics. (K2)
CO 5: demonstrate the applications of sensors and activators. (K3)
 Teacher: GOWTHAMI K
Elective course offered by EEE department "15EE08E  ENERGY AUDITING AND MANAGEMENT" for Mechanical
 Teacher: KARTHIK KUMAR K
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: analyze and apply different sorting and searching techniques to solve the problem. (K4)
CO2: implement basic linear data structures using static and dynamic memory allocation.(K3)
CO3: recognize the data organization and applications of binary trees and binary search trees. (K3)
CO4: identify an appropriate hashing function and heap for an application. (K4)
CO5: apply suitable algorithms for solving problems related to shortest path, network
link analysis, and minimum spanning tree. (K3)
 Teacher: MANOCHITRA M
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: apply the concepts of sorting and searching techniques. (K3)
CO2: implement linear and non linear data structures using static and dynamic memory allocation. (K3)
CO3: apply the operations of stack and queue to solve problem. (K3)
CO4: implement hashing function and heap for an application. (K3)
CO5: apply suitable algorithms to solve shortest path problems. (K3)
 Teacher: MANOCHITRA M
CO1: understand the basic laws of electromagnetism. (K1)
CO2: obtain the electric and magnetic fields for simple configurations under static conditions. (K2)
CO3: analyze time varying electric and magnetic fields. (K2)
CO4: understand Maxwell‟s equation in different forms and different media. (K1)
CO5: investigate the propagation of EM waves in different spaces. (K3)
 Teacher: VIGNESHWARAN B
The subject covers the basic concepts of Electrical engineering with AC and DC power circuits. It includes the applications of Electrical apparatus like Motors, Generators and Instruments useful for Electronics and Communication Engineering department.
 Teacher: SIVAPALANIRAJAN M
 Teacher: ANTONY JEFFREY VAZ F
 Teacher: NIRMALKUMAR P
15EE53C Architecture Programming and Applications of Microprocessor and Microcontroller202021 KGM
CO1: illustrate the architecture of Microprocessor (8085/8086). (K4)
CO2: develop programs based on the instruction sets of 8085. (K5)
CO3: design and implement peripheral device interfacing with 8085. (K5)
CO4: illustrate the architecture of 8051 Microcontroller. (K4)
CO5: develop application circuits by programming towards simple project development. (K5)
.
 Teacher: GOWTHAMI K
CO 1: describe the basics concepts of starting systems. (K2)
CO 2: explain the aspects of charging systems. (K2)
CO 3: distinguish the types of lighting system, batteries and accessories. (K2)
CO 4: explain the various process in automotive electronics. (K2)
CO 5: demonstrate the applications of sensors and activators. (K3)
 Teacher: GOWTHAMI K
I need to start this course for the second year EEE
 Teacher: SHUNMUGALAKSHMI G
 Teacher: AVUDAIAMMAL N
 Teacher: SANKAR N
This course is a mandatory course for all B.E / B.Tech Students.
 Teacher: CHITHIRAIKUMAR S
Elective course covers the latest technology that provide skills with real industry oriented examples and knowledge.
 Teacher: SIVAPALANIRAJAN M
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: explain the concept of energy auditing. (K2)
CO2: select energy efficient motor for various applications. (K2)
CO3: identify the possibility of energy conservation in driven equipment's. (K2)
CO4: select suitable lighting schemes for various environment(K3)
CO5: describe the concept of Energy Management. (K2)
 Teacher: Dr. SENTHIL KUMAR S
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: describe basic laws of mechanics and apply equilibrium principles to solve the problems on statics of particles. (K2)
CO2: draw free body diagram for twodimensional rigid bodies and construct shear force and bending moment diagrams of beam section. (K3)
CO3: determine the centroid and moment of inertia of plane lamina. (K3)
CO4: understand the kinematics of rigid bodies and general plane motion. (K2)
CO5: explain the basic principles and applications of friction. (K2)
 Teacher: KARTHIKEYAN N APMech
 Teacher: RENJIN J BRIGHT
III semester Core Course
 Teacher: VENKATASAMY B
15EE53C  Architecture, Programming and Applications of Microprocessor and Microcontroller [Batch A]
 Teacher: VENKATASAMY B
BJT,MOSFET, ICS
 Teacher: SAMUEL PAKIANATHAN P
Power quality issues
 Teacher: SAMUEL PAKIANATHAN P
CO1: Explain the design of smart grid architecture. (K2)
CO2: Outline the communication technologies used in smart grid. (K2)
CO3: Explain the Smart Grid technologies, different smart meters. (K2)
CO4: Summarize the renewable energy resources and storages integrated with smart grid (K3)
CO5: Explain the power electronics converters for integration of renewable energy in smart grid. (K3)
 Teacher: Dr. MUNIRAJ R
CO1: explain the concepts of basic electrical circuits (K2)
CO2: describe the working principles of electrical machines and instruments (K2)
CO3: outline the functions of the component of low voltage electrical installations (K2)
CO4: explain the characteristics and applications of semiconductor devices (K2)
CO5: recall the different logic principles used in digital circuits (K2)
 Teacher: Dr. MUNIRAJ R
15EE55CDIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING AND ITS APPLICATIONS by K. Karthik Kumar AP/EEE
 Teacher: KARTHIK KUMAR K
Elective Course
 Teacher: SANKARA KUMAR S
Core Course
 Teacher: SANKARA KUMAR S
Lab Course for 5th semester students
 Teacher: SANKARA KUMAR S
CO1: Explain the design of smart grid architecture. (K2)
CO2: Outline the communication technologies used in smart grid. (K2)
CO3: Explain the Smart Grid technologies, different smart meters. (K2)
CO4: Summarize the renewable energy resources and storages integrated with smart grid (K3)
CO5: Explain the power electronics converters for integration of renewable energy in smart grid. (K3)
 Teacher: Dr. KANNAYERAM G
CO1: Understand the load characteristics and LFC of single and two area System. (K2)
CO2: Discuss the different types of voltage control methods. (K2)
CO3: Describe the computer based control of power system. (K2)
CO4: Explain the characteristics of relays and protection schemes. (K2)
CO5: Explain the operation of various types of Circuit breakers. (K2)
 Teacher: Dr. KANNAYERAM G
Practical Course
 Teacher: Dr. RAVINDRAN M
Third sum mathematics paper  EEE Lateral Enty
 Teacher: GEETHA S
 Teacher: AVUDAIAMMAL N
This is the Mathematics paper in 3rd semester for II year EEE.
 Teacher: Ms.S.Karpaga Selvi APMaths
Covers the basic electrical circuits and electrical machines concepts.
 Teacher: SIVAPALANIRAJAN M
To provide GATE training
 Teacher: SAMUEL PAKIANATHAN P
MATLAB Programming Contest Series for Students
 Teacher: KARTHIK KUMAR K
Special interest group
 Teacher: Dr. MAHESWARI R V
One Credit Course
 Teacher: SANKARA KUMAR S
 Teacher: VIGNESH M
PG 2ND SEMESTER COURSE
 Teacher: DEVAKUMAR T
 Teacher: GANAPATHY RAM B
Wireless communication is a core course for the 6sth semester students of ECE department.
 Teacher: GANAPATHY RAM B
Wireless communication course is a continuation of Electromagnetic waves course. Being a communication Engineer ,the students must know about the channel characteristics, concepts in wireless system, different standards and channel impairments and how to mitigate channel impairments etc.,
 Teacher: Dr TAMIL SELVI S
COURSE OUTCOMES Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO 1:Understand the concept of how to learn patterns and concepts from data (K2)
CO 2: Explore unsupervised learning paradigms of machine learning. (K2)
CO3:Understand thespecific features of reinforcement learning (K2)
CO 4: Discuss Machine learning in IOT applications. (K2)
CO 5: Discuss Machine learning applications across industries (K3)
 Teacher: SUBRAMANIAN K
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: Explain the Hardware architecture of embedded product. (K2)
CO2: Understand the software layered architecture of embedded product. (K2)
CO3: Distinguish the internal components of FPGA specific design. (K2)
CO4: Describe the printed circuit board design principles.(K2)
CO5: Understand the concept of final product assembly sequence. (K2)
 Teacher: VIVEK ANAND I
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: Explain the Hardware architecture of embedded product. (K2)
CO2: Understand the software layered architecture of embedded product. (K2)
CO3: Distinguish the internal components of FPGA specific design. (K2)
CO4: Describe the printed circuit board design principles.(K2)
CO5: Understand the concept of final product assembly sequence. (K2)
 Teacher: VIVEK ANAND I
Students will be prepared to use mathematical methods and circuit analysis models in the analysis of CMOS digital electronics circuits, including logic components.
 Teacher: Dr ARUN SAMUEL T S
I am Handling this course
 Teacher: Dr MANI V R S
III YEAR ELECTIVE COURSE
 Teacher: MALATHI S
Core subject
 Teacher: CAMMILLUS S
Core subject
 Teacher: CAMMILLUS S
Sir
I am handling 19EC59E Fundamentals of Cyber security course for VI semester ECE students.
Kindly enable me to add the moodle class for the same
Vijayanandh
 Teacher: VIJAY ANANTH T
Sir
I am handling VI semester course on Control systems for the ECE students. Enable me to add moodle class for the same.
Vijayanandh.T
 Teacher: VIJAY ANANTH T
Hai
 Teacher: MANJULA DEVI R
 Teacher: MANJULA DEVI R
Core Subject
 Teacher: SUBRAMANIAN K
 Teacher: Vishnupriya S
 Teacher: Dr ROSALIN S
One Credit Course
 Teacher: PRASANNA VENKATESAN K J
PG Elective
 Teacher: PRASANNA VENKATESAN K J
202024 Batch NPTELTutor Ward 1
 Teacher: PRASANNA VENKATESAN K J
Industrial Elective Course
 Teacher: PRASANNA VENKATESAN K J
Upon the completion of the course the students will be able to 
Design the biasing circuit for a transistor to work as amplifier. 
Design and analyze the small signal BJT and FET amplifier 
Understand the frequency response of BJT amplifier 
Design the power amplifiers and large signal tuned amplifiers for the desired specification. 
Design sinusoidal oscillator for audio and radio frequency oscillators. 
 Teacher: VIVEK ANAND I
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to,
CO1: Understand the basic concept of MBIST
CO2: Understand how MBIST structures are included during the DFT design Flow
CO3: Analyse the various algorithms involved in MBIST
 Teacher: VIVEK ANAND I
AWP B1
 Teacher: BALAMURUGAN C
Wireless Communication
 Teacher: BALAMURUGAN C
Product Development Lab III ECE A
 Teacher: BALAMURUGAN C
Bio medical electronics is an elective course for III Year ECE Students
 Teacher: DEVAKUMAR T
about automotive embedded system
 Teacher: Dr MANI V R S
ME EMBEDDED SYSTEM TECHNOLOGIES 202123 BATCH
 Teacher: DEVAKUMAR T
one credit lab course python Programming
 Teacher: MALATHI S
 Teacher: CAMMILLUS S
CO1: Understand and represent Logic function and simplify
it CO2: Design and analyze combinational circuits CO3: Design and analyze sequential circuits CO4: Understand Logic
families, working of Memory elements and Programmable Logic devices CO5: Write simulation codes
for digital circuits using Verilog HDL 
 Teacher: MANJULA DEVI R
Electronic devices 19EC31C
 Teacher: BALAMURUGAN C
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO 1: Design and demonstrate the combinational and sequential circuits using digital
ICs. (K2)
CO 2: Design and simulate combinational circuits using verilog HDL. (K3)
 Teacher: VIVEK ANAND I
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO 1: Design and demonstrate the combinational and sequential circuits using digital
ICs. (K2)
CO 2: Design and simulate combinational circuits using verilog HDL. (K3)
 Teacher: VIVEK ANAND I
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO 1: Compute DFT using different methods.(K2)
CO 2: Design IIR filters. (K2)
CO 3: Design and realization of FIR filters. (K3)
CO 4: Discuss the finite word length effects in signal processing.(K2)
CO 5: Explain the concepts of Multi rate signal processing. (K2)
 Teacher: VIGNESH M
Explain the need for IC testing. Describe various IC testing techniques. Determine DC, AC parameters, Timing parameters from the testing. Interpret the various features of CAD tools used for IC testing.
 Teacher: MARIESH PREETHI J
WELCOME
 Teacher: SURESH V
WELCOME
 Teacher: SURESH V
 Teacher: SARAVANA SELVAN A
Elective course for VII sem ECE students
 Teacher: CAMMILLUS S
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: Describe the fabrication of IC and also DC, AC characteristics of OP AMP.(K2)
CO2: Discuss the various applications of OP AMP. (K2)
CO3: Discuss analog multipliers, PLL and its application.(K2)
CO4: Infer the different types of digital to analog converter and Analog to Digital
converter. (K3)
CO5: Describe the various operating modes of timer IC & Different types ofvoltage
regulator. (K2)
 Teacher: ARUMUGAM N
 Teacher: BALAMURUGAN C
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: Describe the fabrication of IC and also DC, AC characteristics of OP AMP.(K2)
CO2: Discuss the various applications of OP AMP. (K2)
CO3: Discuss analog multipliers, PLL and its application.(K2)
CO4: Infer the different types of digital to analog converter and Analog to Digital converter. (K3)
CO5: Describe the various operating modes of timer IC & Different types ofvoltage
regulator. (K2)
 Teacher: Dr ARUN SAMUEL T S
Electromagnetic wave theory deals with the effect of forces between charges both in static and in motion (dynamic). Inferring of forces needs its quantity and direction mathematically. Hence vector calculus is the basic math for electromagnetic theory. Charges may be in different forms such as point and its collection becomes a volume. Moving electric current causes magnetic field around the conducting medium. Hence the study of presence of both electric field and magnetic field is needed to understand its behavior in the conducting medium. This field combination obeys wave principle. The nature of that wave and its propagation is analyzed from basic Maxwell equations. This course is formulated to provide knowledge about the behavior of stationary and dynamic movement of charges with basic electromagnetic laws.
 Teacher: PAULKANI I APECE
This course deals with
the conceptualization of the components involved in designing a contemporary OS
and determine the various ways of structuring an operating system. It discusses
the handle processes, threads, and their communication and solves some of the
common operating systems problems such as deadlock and synchronization and various
techniques of allocating memory to processes and realize the role of virtual
memory
 Teacher: PAULKANI I APECE
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to CO1 : Understand the fundamentals of objectoriented programming (K2)
CO2 : Explore the concepts of inheritance and polymorphism (K2)
CO3 : Apply the principles of linear data structures for various applications. (K3)
CO4 : Implement the non linear data structure concepts (K3)
CO5 : Design and develop sorting and searching techniques. (K4)
 Teacher: SUBRAMANIAN K
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to
CO1: Interpret the basic concepts and functions of DBMS and design ER models for
simple database application scenarios. (K2)
CO2: Apply the relational algebra operations in a database design. (K3)
CO3: Create database with appropriate constraints and query the database. (K3)
CO4:Understand the Importance of logical database design.(K2)
CO5: Analyze the database schema
 Teacher: SUBRAMANIAN K
Core Course
 Teacher: PRASANNA VENKATESAN K J
Core Course
 Teacher: PRASANNA VENKATESAN K J
CO1: Understand the basic organization of computer and different instruction formats and addressing modes. (K1)
CO2: Describe the representation and manipulation of data on the computer. (K2)
CO3: Discuss about implementation schemes of control unit and pipelineperformance. (K2)
CO4: Discuss the various types of parallelism architectures. (K2)
CO5: Explain the memory hierarchy and I/O systems interfacing. (K2)
 Teacher: PRASANNA VENKATESAN K J
SIR
I AM HANDLING THE COURSE ON 19EC71C MINI PROJECT FOR THE SEVENTH SEMESTER ECE STUDENTS OF OUR COLLEGE. HENCE THIS COURSE MAY PLEASE BE APPROVED
 Teacher: VIJAY ANANTH T
SIR
I AM HANDLING THE COURSE ON 19EC34C NETWORK THEORY FOR THE THIRD SEMESTER ECE STUDENTS OF OUR COLLEGE. HENCE THIS COURSE MAY PLEASE BE APPROVED
 Teacher: VIJAY ANANTH T
SIR
I AM HANDLING THE LABORATORY COURSE ON 19EC56C DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING LAB FOR THE FIFTH SEMESTER ECE STUDENTS OF OUR COLLEGE. THIS COURSE MAY PLEASE BE APPROVED
 Teacher: VIJAY ANANTH T
SIR
I AM HANDLING THE COURSE ON 19EC54C  DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING FOR FIFTH SEMESTER ECE STUDENTS DURING THE ODD SEMESTER 202122 ACADEMIC YEAR. THIS NEW COURSE MAY PLEASE BE APPROVED FOR STUDY THRU MOODLE CLASS.
 Teacher: VIJAY ANANTH T
COURSE OUTCOMES Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1 : Understand and represent Logic function and simplify it (K2)
CO2 : Design and analyze combinational circuits (K3)
CO3 : Design and analyze sequential circuits (K3)
CO4 : Understand Logic families, working of Memory elements and Programmable Logic devices (K2)
CO5 : write simulation codes for digital circuits using Verilog HDL (K3)
 Teacher: VIVEK ANAND I
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1: Describe the fabrication of IC and also DC, AC characteristics of OP AMP.(K2)
CO2: Discuss the various applications of OP AMP. (K2)
CO3: Discuss analog multipliers, PLL and its application.(K2)
CO4: Infer the different types of digital to analog converter and Analog to Digital converter. (K3)
CO5: Describe the various operating modes of timer IC & Different types of voltage
regulator. (K2)
 Teacher: VIVEK ANAND I
COURSE OUTCOMES Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO 1 : Design and demonstrate various biasing circuits for an amplifier (K2)
CO 2 : Design and construct BJT and MOSFET amplifier for the desired specification.(K3)
CO 3 : Design and construct audio and radio frequency oscillator. (K3)
 Teacher: VIVEK ANAND I
This course provides the guidelines on
1. how to improve the writing skills and level of readability.
2: Guidelines about what to write in each section (Abstract, Introduction, Methodology etc.), what tenses to use, and typical useful phrases.
 Teacher: PAULKANI I APECE
19ES21C  EMBEDDED LINUX
LINUX OS BASED EMBEDDED SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT PROCESS WILL BE EXPLAINED THROUGHOUT THE COURSE
 Teacher: DEVAKUMAR T
 Teacher: ARUL M
 Teacher: Dr ROSALIN S
 Teacher: MANJULA DEVI R
I am handling Multimedia Compression and Communication (15EC09E) Course for Third year ECE.
 Teacher: Dr MANI V R S
19EC43C Microprocessor and Microcontrollers 4th Semester Core Course
 Teacher: PRASANNA VENKATESAN K J
MISTRAL SOLUTIONS ,BANGALORE framed this syllabus
 Teacher: DEVAKUMAR T
M/s MITRAL SOLUTIONS ,BANGALORE framed this syllabus
 Teacher: DEVAKUMAR T
CO1 : Understands the internal architecture and organization of 8085 Microprocessor (K1)
CO2 : Develop assembly language programming using microprocessor (K2)
CO3 : Understands the internal architecture and organization of 8051 Microcontroller (K1)
CO4 : Design microcontroller based system (K2)
CO5 : Understand the basics of RISC processor (K1)
 Teacher: SURESH V
 Teacher: SUBRAMANIAN K
In this course ,students will be studied about fundamentals of RF and Microwave Engineering. At the end of this course,the students will be able to explain the different properties of S parameters for two port and NPort networks, Analyze the design considerations of RF amplifier, Determine the S parameters for different types of Microwave components, Classify the different types of Microwave semiconductor devices & its applications and explain the operation of various microwave oscillators and amplifiers and explain different microwave measurement techniques.
SParameter measurements are required in today's high speed digital industry.Students will come to know about the job opportunities in RF and Microwave industries and R&D organizations .
 Teacher: Dr TAMIL SELVI S
Mr. B. Ganapathy Ram Assistant Professor, Department of ECE National Engineering College. Email : bgrece@nec.edu.in 
About Analog and Digital Communication System 
Nowadays wireless communication technology is moving towards the sixth generation which strongly depends on the fundamentals of analog and digital communication. Hence, Electronics and Communication Engineering program of National Engineering College offers the course "Analog and Digital Communication" to the fourth semester students to get basic knowledge on digital communication systems. The ultimate objective of the course is to make the students understand the principles, techniques, tradeoffs, and fundamental limits of analog and digital communication systems. This course analyses the performance of analog and digital communication systems in the presence of Additive White Gaussian Noise. It mainly focuses on theoretical concepts on load bearing pillars of digital communication systems such as waveform & channel coding, baseband & passband communication systems and waveform engineering, as well as demonstration of specific analog and digital communication examples. 
 Teacher: GANAPATHY RAM B
CO1 : Analyze the performance of analog communication system (K2)
CO2 : Understand waveform coding, compression and limits of information theory (K2)
CO3 : Design channel encoder and decoder (K2)
CO4 : Analyze the performance of digital pass band modulation techniques (K2)
CO5 : Comprehend the various components of digital communication systems. (K2)
 Teacher: JAYA BRINDHA G APECE
CO1: understand the basic concept of MBIST
CO2: understand how MBIST structures are included during the DFT design Flow
CO3: analyze the various algorithms involved in MBIST
 Teacher: VIVEK ANAND I
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO1 : Design the biasing circuit for a transistor to work as amplifier. (K2)
CO2 : Design and analyze the small signal BJT and FET amplifier. (K2)
CO3 : Understand the frequency response of BJT amplifier. (K2)
CO4 : Design the power amplifiers and large signal tuned amplifiers for the desired specification. (K3)
CO5 : Design sinusoidal oscillator for audio and radio frequency oscillators. (K2)
 Teacher: VIVEK ANAND I
Radio Frequency (RF) engineering is a subset of electrical engineering that deals with devices, which are designed to operate in the radio frequency spectrum.
RF and microwave engineering is incorporated into almost everything that transmits or receives a radio wave, which includes but is not limited to mobile phones, radios, WiFi and walkietalkies, and digital satellite television.
Current research being conducted by the RF and Microwave Engineering group at UCT includes radar and sonar and defence electronics. The group is also beginning to explore research in communications, placing an emphasis on software. Further research by the group includes looking into new ways to route information around a network, specifically the software involved in receivers and transmitters.
 Teacher: ASHA BEAULA C
Value Education is an important course for the students to know about the values, ethics, and morals to be followed for the harmony of self, society and nature.
 Teacher: Dr TAMIL SELVI S
Automotive Embedded System  19ES02E
 Teacher: Dr MANI V R S
 Teacher: JEYANTHI J E
32 Bit Architecture
 Teacher: DEVAKUMAR T
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able toCO1: Explainthe various Parameters of antennawire antenna. (K2)CO2: Describe the various types of array antenna.(K2)CO 3: Explainthe aperture and special antennas for the given specification. (K2)CO 4: Analyze and classify the antennas for wireless applications. (K2) CO5:Explainvarious antenna measurent techniques. (K2)CO 6: Explainvarious radio wave propagation mechanism. (K2)
 Teacher: Dr MANI V R S
This course is a pre requisite for Wireless Communication course.This course deals with the antenna parameters and its working principles
 Teacher: Dr TAMIL SELVI S
This course is a Basic course for ECE students. It is a 3rd semester course
 Teacher: Dr SHENBAGAVALLI A
 Teacher: ARUMUGAM N
Understand the fundamentals of Radars
 Teacher: Dr MANI V R S
 Teacher: ASHA BEAULA C
 Teacher: VIJAY ANANTH T
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to
CO 1: explain the basics of wireless sensor networks. (K1K2)
CO 2: discuss about the sensor network components, architecture and environments. (K1K2)
CO 3: explain the design principles of WSN and wireless standards. (K1K2)
CO 4: design the Smart Sensors and Applications of WSN. (K1K4)
 Teacher: SUBRAMANIAN K
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
CO1: Apply vector calculus to analyze the behavior of static electric fields and calculate electric fields from stationary charge distribution. (K2)
CO2: Calculate magnetic fields from stationary and dynamic charge and current Distributions. (K2)
CO3: Analyze various geometries of conductors, charge distribution and current to determine the terminal behavior of capacitors and inductors. (K2)
CO4: Explain Maxwell‟s equation from fundamental laws. (K2)
CO5: Describe the propagation of plane waves in various materials. (K2)
This course Microprocessors and Microcontroller:
Describe the architecture of 8085, 8086 and 8051.
Explain the architecture of 80486 and the concepts of Memory management.
Describe the special features of Pentium processor family.
Also create an intrest among the students to design and implement 8051 microcontroller based systems
 Teacher: PRASANNA VENKATESAN K J
CO 1 : Recall the different number systems and demonstrate the simplification of Boolean expressions using Boolean algebra & Karnaugh Map method. (K2)
CO2: Analyze the combinational building blocks. (K3)
CO3: Analyze the working of sequential circuit elements. (K2)
CO4: Develop a state diagram and simplify the given sequential logic.(K3)
CO5: Describe the different programmable logic devices & digital logic families. (K2)
 Teacher: CAMMILLUS S
Electronics and Communication Engineering program offers Advanced Communication Systems course relevant to digital communication.
Nowadays wireless communication technology is moving
towards fifth generation which strongly depends on the
fundamentals of digital communication. Hence, the ultimate
objective of the course is to train the students on principles,
techniques, tradeoffs, and fundamental limits of digital
communication systems. This courese covers fundamental
concepts of digital communication systems, which are
essential for advanced studies in wireless communication
systems. It mainly focuses on theoretical concepts on
load‐bearing pillars of digital communication systems such as waveform & channel coding, baseband & passband
communication systems and waveform engineering, as well
as demonstration of specific digital and wireless
communication examples to fulfill the gap between theory
and practical application.
 COURSE COORDINATOR: GANAPATHY RAM B
Digital Electronics are electronics that operate on digtal signals.
 Teacher: KEERTHIKA S.G
Electronic devices are components for
controlling the flow of electrical currents for the purpose of
information processing and system control. Prominent examples include
transistors and diodes. Electronic devices are usually small and can be grouped together into packages called integrated circuits.
 Teacher: KALIESWARI C
 Teacher: VIVEK ANAND I
 Teacher: MALATHI S
1. TRANSISTOR BIASING AND STABILITY ANALYSIS
2. BJT AMPLIFIERS
3. FET AMPLIFIERS
4. FREQUENCY RESPONSE OF AMPLIFIERS
5. RECTIFIERS AND POWER SUPPLIES
 Teacher: VIVEK ANAND I
A course on de centerilzed networks.. Enjoy learning..
 Teacher: CAMMILLUS S
A Lab course for VII Sem ECE students
 Teacher: CAMMILLUS S
Lab course
 Teacher: CAMMILLUS S
Electromagnetic theory deals with the effect of forces between charges both in static and in motion (dynamic). Inferring of forces needs its quantity and direction mathematically. Hence vector calculus is the basic math for electromagnetic theory. Charges may be in different forms such as point and its collection becomes a volume. Moving electric current causes magnetic field around the conducting medium. Hence the study of presence of both electric field and magnetic field is needed to understand its behavior in the conducting medium. This field combination obeys wave principle. The nature of that wave and its propagation is analyzed from basic Maxwell equations.
This course is formulated to provide knowledge about the behavior of stationary and dynamic movement of charges with basic electromagnetic laws.
 Teacher: JOSEPHINE PON GLORIA J
COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
CO1: Apply vector calculus to analyze the behaviour
of static electric fields and calculate electric fields from stationary charge
distribution. (K2)
CO2: Calculate magnetic fields from stationary
and dynamic charge and current Distributions. (K2)
CO3: Analyze various geometries of conductors,
charge distribution and current to determine the terminal behavior of
capacitors and inductors. (K2)
CO4: Explain Maxwell‟s equation from fundamental laws. (K2)
CO5: Describe the propagation of plane waves in various materials. (K2)
This course deals with the behavior of stationary and moving electric charges with the help of fundamental electromagnetic laws and vecror calculus.The timevarying displacement of electromagnetic field components also discussed with the help of Maxwell equations and wave principles.
THIRD SEMESTER ECE
ACADMIC YEAR 201920 ODD SEMESTER
 Teacher: VIJAY ANANTH T
 Teacher: KEERTHIKA S.G
This course explains the security threats and vulnerabilities. The importance of Host, Data and Network security is described. Explains the secure network administration principles, access control and identity management. Also explains the concepts of CIA and various cryptography algorithms.
 Teacher: JOSEPHINE PON GLORIA J
Core paper
 Teacher: CAMMILLUS S
 Teacher: KEERTHIKA S.G
 Teacher: Dr SHENBAGAVALLI A
 Teacher: MALATHI S
 Teacher: VIJAY ANANTH T
 Teacher: JEYANTHI J E
 Teacher: PRASANNA VENKATESAN K J
 Teacher: MALATHI S
 Teacher: VIJAY ANANTH T
While electromagnetic ﬁelds cannot penetrate far into good conductors, they can be guided long distances by them. Distributed objects can have energy stored in electric ﬁelds through capacitance, and in magnetic ﬁelds by inductance; the interplay between these can give rise to an energy ﬂow. Transmission lines and waveguides ae used to transport electromagnetic energy at microwave frequencies from one point in a system to another without radiation of energy taking place.
 Teacher: JOSEPHINE PON GLORIA J
Transmission Line – A two conductor structure that can support a TEM wave.
Waveguide – A one conductor structure that cannot support a TEM wave.
 Teacher: ASHA BEAULA C
Radio Frequency (RF) engineering is a subset of electrical engineering that deals with devices, which are designed to operate in the radio frequency spectrum. ... Current research being conducted by the RF and Microwave Engineering group at UCT includes radar and sonar and defence electronics.
Radiofrequency and Microwave Applications
Today, at home or on the move, every one of us uses devices that employ wireless technology to an increasing extent. Figure 1.1 shows a selection of wireless communication, navigation, identification and detection applications.
Figure 1.1 (a) Examples of wireless applications (b) RF components and propagation of electromagnetic waves.
In the future we will see a growing progression of the trend of applying components and systems of high frequency technology to new areas of application. The development and maintenance of such systems requires an extensive knowledge of the high frequency behaviour of basic elements (e.g. resistors, capacitors, inductors, transmission lines, transistors), components (e.g. antennas), circuits (e.g. filters, amplifiers, mixers) including physical issues such as electromagnetic wave propagation.
High frequency technology has always been of major importance in the field of radio applications, recently though RF design methods have started to develop as a crucial factor with rapid digital circuits. Due to the increasing processing speed of digital circuits, high frequency signals occur which, in turn, create demand for RF design methods.
 Teacher: ASHA BEAULA C
UNIT I
CMOS TECHNOLOGY
UNIT II
CLASSIFICATION OF ICs AND CMOS CIRCUIT CHARACTERIZATION
UNIT III
COMBINATIONAL AND SEQUENTIAL CIRCUIT DESIGN
UNIT IV
DESIGN OF ARITHMETIC BUILDING BLOCKS
UNIT V
SPECIFICATION USING VERILOG HDL
 Teacher: KALIESWARI C
This course is ultimately aimed to impart fundamental concepts of analog and digital communication systems, which are essential to understand advanced courses like advanced communication system and wireless communication. The course will cover analog modulation techniques such as Amplitude Modulation (AM), Frequency Modulation (FM), and Phase Modulation (PM). Also it allows the students to understand the performance of the continuous wave communication system that uses analog modulation techniques. Further, the course will also cover basic concepts of digital communication systems such as representing a signal in space, information theory and source coding techniques.
 Teacher: GANAPATHY RAM B
The important objective of this course is to impart the fundamental principles and technologies used in wireless communication systems. This course will offer a student an indepth understanding of the design of cellular systems, detailed discussion of multiple access techniques. Also this course will briefly discuss about largescale and small scale propagation effects in wireless channel and the related impairments. Further this course will cover the wireless Channel Capacity, techniques to improve signal quality. Moreover it will deal the system and standards of 2G, 3G, 4G wireless communication and wireless LAN.
 Teacher: GANAPATHY RAM B
CO 1: Explain the various large signal amplifiers.(K2)
CO 2: Analyze the various negative feedback topologies.(K3)
CO 3: Classify a sinusoidal oscillator.(K2)
CO 4: Describe the different types of tuned amplifiers.(K2)
CO 5: Explain various wave shaping circuits (K2)
CO 6: Write PSPICE programs for various electronic circuits. (K3)
 Teacher: VIVEK ANAND I
 Teacher: MALATHI S
15EC22E EMBEDDED SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE course is an elective course(PEC).This course is drafted by M/s MISTRAL SOLUTIONS P LTD,BANGALORE.
 Teacher: DEVAKUMAR T
 Teacher: SATHISHKUMAR M
Elective course for VI sem students
 Teacher: PRASANNA VENKATESAN K J
Core paper for II year ECE students
 Teacher: PRASANNA VENKATESAN K J
 Teacher: BALAMURUGAN C
COURSE CODE:19ES21C EMBEDDED LINUX/ME EMBEDDED SYSTEM TECHNOLOGIES/2ND SEMESTER/A PATTERN
CLASS COMMENCED ON :20.01.2020
This course is one of the fundamental course which deals with preparation of Embedded Linux system for application. Also it focuses the kernel space programs.
Opensource board: UDOO NEO(FULL)
Operating system:Linux OS(Ubuntu 16.xx)
 Teacher: DEVAKUMAR T
 Teacher: SHENBAGHARAMAN A
 Teacher: JOSEPHINE PON GLORIA J
 Teacher: MANJULA DEVI R
1 credit course  15EC26LJAVA CORE FUNDAMENTALS for 5th Semester
 Teacher: Viswalakshmi s
Sir,
I want to create this elective course for V sem ECE students.. do needful sir
 Teacher: MALATHI S
 Teacher: Dr SHENBAGAVALLI A
 Teacher: KARTHIKA S
Trans Disciplinary Course
 Teacher: PRASANNA VENKATESAN K J
 Teacher: ASHA BEAULA C
Elective course
 Teacher: MANJULA DEVI R
The concepts of EMF Plays major role in RF Engineering.
 Teacher: DEVAKUMAR T
 Teacher: SATHEESH KUMAR M
Optical communication, also known as optical telecommunication, is communication at a distance using light to carry information. It can be performed visually or by using electronic devices.
 Teacher: ASHA BEAULA C
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to:
CO 1: Explain the various modeling for electrical and electronics systems.(K2)
CO 2: Classify the time response analysis.(K2)
CO 3: Investigate the control systems using frequency domain plots.(K3)
CO 4: Determine the stability of the control systems in time, frequency and spatial domain representations. (K3)
CO5: Use state variable analysis for continuous time and discrete time systems.(K3)
 Teacher: ASHA BEAULA C