Academic Curriculum
Programme Educational Objectives
Program educational objectives are broad statements that describe the career and professional accomplishments that the program is preparing graduates to achieve.
The B. Tech. students of Electronics and Communication Engineering program are prepared for a broad range of technical careers by achieving the following objectives:
PEO Number  Program Educational Objectives (PEO) of Electronics and Communication Engineering 
PEO 1  The graduates of the four year B.Tech in Electronics & Communication Engineering will be proficient in contemporary technologies. 
PEO 2  The graduates of the programme will imbibe human values and professional ethics to meet the needs of global industry. 
PEO 3  The graduates of the programme will be capable of solving complex engineering problems in core and interdisciplinary areas leading to research. 
PEO 4  The graduates of the programme will be able to pursue higher studies in reputed institutions. 
Programme Outcomes (POs):
Program outcomes are statements that describe what students are expected to know and be able to do by the time of graduation.
On completion of the four year B.Tech program in the Electronics & Communication Engineering.
A student will be able to:
 Apply mathematics and basic sciences in solving problems in electronics and communication systems.
 Design and analyze analog, pulse and digital circuits to solve contemporary problems.
 Find solutions to mitigate problems in the physical layer of the communication system.
 Understand the performance characteristics of antennas and design for specific applications.
 Draw on their knowledge of current software tools to design integrated circuits, processors, and communication units.
 Utilize proficiency in handling sophisticated equipment to test, measure and control instruments.
 Bring into play their expertise in programming to design and develop everyday appliances using microcontrollers, DSP processors and embedded systems.
 Understand the relevance and purpose of various components and modules in the communication systems that can lead to continuous learning and research.
 Develop leadership and group dynamics that will stand them in good stead in their chosen profession.
 Successfully apply their understandings of financial intricacies and management mantra in launching viable enterprises.
 Practice ethics and professionalism in all activities while keeping in mind responsibilities towards society and environment.
Course Outcomes (COs):
Code number  Name of the Course  Course Outcomes  
I B.Tech I semester  
12EG101CV 
English 
At the end of the course a student will be able to: CO1:At the end of the semester students would be able to identify word meaning and draw inferences for the given task CO2:Deduce meaning and use of familiar lexical terms and understand explicit and implicit information CO3:Derive conceptual meaning of words CO4: Would be able to write coherent, unified and complete sentences 

12MT101CV

MathematicsI 
At the end of the course a student will be able to: CO1:Students will achieve ability to identify, formulate and solve Engineering problems CO2:This will enable the students to use mathematical techniques like Transforms in Engineering problems CO3:Using differential equations for modeling real life situations like growth and decay and using vector calculus in EM theory etc can be mastered by studying this course CO4:It enables the students to confidently take competitive examinations like GATE, GRE etc; 

12PH101CV 
Engineering Physics 
At the end of the course a student will be able to: CO1:This course provides the fundamental concepts necessary for understanding the different branches of Engineering CO2:The fundamentals of crystallography followed by crystal defects acts as a useful beginning that helps any Engineer in understanding mechanical, magnetic, electrical properties etc of materials CO3:The fundamentals of semiconductor physics and semiconductor devices will be a good beginning for understanding any electronic devices CO4:The introduction to fiber optics and lasers would be found useful in communication engineering 

12CS101CV 
Problem solving through C 
At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Demonstrate the programming constructs offered by C language.


12ME101CV 
Engineering Drawing I 
At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1. Be able to know the construction of different types of scales like: plain, diagonal, vernie scale & learn different drawing instruments. CO2. Be able to interpret engineering drawings that comply with drawing standards CO3. Be able to draw the orthographic projections in first angle, isometric projections & projections of solids. 

12CS131CV 
Computer programming lab 
At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Draw flowcharts and write algorithms for given problems. CO2: Write C Programs that use functions for a given problem. CO3: Write C Programs that use Arrays for a given problem CO4: Implement Arrays using Pointers. 

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12PH131CV 
Engineering Physics lab 
At the end of the course a student will be able to: CO1:At the end of the course a student will get to learn using some important instruments for measuring physical quantities, their accuracies and errors CO2:Some of the concepts learnt in theory are verified in the lab and it gives hands on experience CO3:The understanding of the students is fortified by determining the different quantities like time constant, resonant frequency etc; used by different engineers CO4:The experiments like lasers and optical fibers would greatly help the student in understanding their properties 

12ME131CV 
Engineering workshop lab 
At the end of the course a student will be able to: CO1: The student will learn to do carpentry & fitting related tasks. CO2: Learn the basics of plumbing, machine shop & metal cutting CO3: The students will be motivated to do some of the household works on their own. 

I B.Tech II semester  
12MT151CV 
MathematicsII 
At the end of the course a student will be able to: CO1:Learning numerical techniques like interpolation and numerical differentiation are helpful in Engineering applications CO2:A student learns Fourier series and applications which are very relevant to an Electronics Engineer CO3:Understanding matrix operations and Eigen values is very useful in solution of linear equations CO4: Understand the Curve fitting techniques, methods like NewtonRaphson method are very useful for any engineer 

12ME151CV 
Engineering Drawing – II 
At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Identify, explain and draw to illustrate the purpose of different types of lines used in engineering graphics and technology. CO2: Explain and illustrate different sizes of lettering and numbering applications. 

12CH151CV 
Engineering Chemistry 
At the end of the course a student will be able to: CO1:The students after the course will get a clear understanding of preparation of polymers in rubber industry CO2:Metals used in different industries and their corrosion properties are also learnt by the student CO3:After studying this course a student gets an understanding of the different fuels used and their utility CO4:After this course the student will get knowledge of procedures and regulations for safe handling and use of chemicals 

12EE151CV 
Electrical Circuits

At the end of the course a student will be able to: CO1: Students understand the basic concepts of electrical parameters and responses of various electrical elements with different theorems. CO2: Students define various terms related to alternating circuits which are used for all household appliances and also the concept of impedance, power in ac circuits. CO3: Students can able to identify, formulate and solve Electrical engineering problems. CO4: Students can design electrical and electronics circuits and conduct experiments with electrical systems analyze and interpret data. 

12CS181CV 
Data structures through C lab 
At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Write C Programs to implement sorting algorithms. CO2: Develop C programs that handle files. CO3: Implement various data structures like stacks, queues and Trees using C. CO4: Use Structures and unions in realizing various real life problems. 

12EG181CV  English Language Communication Skills Lab –II  At the end of the course a student will be able to: CO1: Introduction to Stress and Intonation: To help the learner speak with the right stress & tone for correct speech production. CO2: Functional English: To help students use relevant and appropriate language useful for different situations. CO3: Vocabulary building: To enhance their vocabulary and enable them to use it aptly. CO4: Reading Comprehension: To help them improve their comprehending skills and develop reading habits. 

12IT181CV  IT workshop lab  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Familiarity with MSOffice package and internet tools. CO2: Acquire professional skills necessary to present the artifacts by using MSOffice tools. CO3: Basic system administration such as installation of operating systems, trouble shooting & up gradation of system 

12CH181CV  Engineering Chemistry lab  At the end of the course a student will be able to: Co1:At the end of the course the student would have learnt some techniques of chemical analysis useful in environmental engineering for the civil and mechanical engineers Co2:Some of the techniques for estimation of say copper in brass learnt here are useful for the mechanical engineer 

II B.Tech I semester  
12EC201CV  Electronic Devices& Circuits  At the end of the course a student will be able to: CO1. Understand the construction and working of semiconductor junction diodes, rectifiers and others special purpose diodes and applications. CO2. Understand theoretically and experimentally both transistor types of BJT, FET. CO3. Gain knowledge about the operation of BJT & its bias configurations. CO 4. Describe the structure of FET. Sound knowledge of MOS transistors including types and structures and their biasing. 

12EC203CV  Probability Theory &Stochastic Processes  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1.Understand the importance of probability theory and stochastic processes in the communication system

12EC202CV  Signals & Systems  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1. To understand the concept of spectrum (line and continuous) using F.T. CO2. To understand and analyze the definition of convolution, and correlation. CO3.Understand and design basic systems for processing of audio signals, processing of digital images and communication. CO5. Describe analog and discrete signals and systems using computeraided design and analysis tools (MATLAB).

12MT202CV  MathematicsIII  At the end of the course a student will be able to: CO1:Students learn Bessel function, Laplace equation, bilinear transformations etc which are useful in communication engineering, digital filters, electro optics CO2:A student learns Complex variables thoroughly which helps him in engineering applications like fluid flow, electromagnetic etc; CO3:A student learns tools like numerical methods, Eigen values and vectors which are useful in understanding core subjects like data mining, signals and systems etc 
12EE204CV  Principles of Electrical Engineering  At the end of the course a student will be able to: CO1: Students understand the basic concepts of electrical parameters and responses of various electrical elements with different theorems. CO2: Students define various terms related to alternating circuits which are used for all household appliances and also the concept of impedance, power in ac circuits. CO3: In this course students learn the constructional features, principal of operation and the significance of AC and DC Machines and their characteristics CO4: Students can design electrical and electronics circuits and conduct experiments with electrical systems analyze and interpret data. 
12ES201CV  Environmental Studies  At the end of the course a student will be able to: CO1:At the end of the course students develop awareness about the hazards to environment CO2:They will develop awareness about optimum utilization of natural resources CO3:They will learn about GREEN TECHNOLOGIES to maintain sustainable development CO4:They get awareness about rules and regulations applicable for pollution control 
12EC231CV  Electronic Devices & Circuits lab  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: The course intends to provide an overview of the principles, operation and application of the basic electronic components. CO3: To understand the frequency response of different amplifiers. 
12EC232CV  Basic Simulation lab  At the end of the course a student will be able to: CO1. The course intends to provide an overview of signal analysis. CO2.This course relies on elementary treatment and qualitative analysis of Fourier Transform, Laplace Transform and ZTransforms CO3. To provide an overview of signal transmission through linear systems, convolution and correlation of signals and sampling. 
12EG231CV  Verbal Ability lab  At the end of the course a student will be able to: CO1:At the end of the course it inculcates reading habit to improve concentration skills CO2: It sharpens comprehension skills and enables to analyze the described situation CO3:Helps students develop writing skills through activities like essay writing and letter writing CO4: Will become proficient in grammar rules and vocabulary in English 
II B.Tech II semester  
12EC251CV  Electronic Circuit Analysis  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO 1. Analysis and design of all types of electronic amplifiers and oscillators. CO 2. Introducing the concept of the feedback in amplifiers. CO 3. Verifying measured amplifier response through computer simulation and Lab experiment 
12EC252CV  Pulse & Digital Circuits  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO 1.Design of linear and non linear wave shaping circuits for various input signals. CO 2. Design and analyze different multi vibrators and time base generators. CO 3. Understand the principles of synchronization and frequency division in systems operating at different frequencies. CO 4. Apply the concepts of pulse and digital circuits to build real time applications. 
12EC253CV  Logic & Switching Theory  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Knowing the basic differences between analog and digital systems CO2:Use binary numbers and codes CO3:Describe the operation of logic gates CO4:Applying Boolean algebra on Kmap CO5: Design a combinational and sequential logic circuits to simplify function 
12EC255CV  Control Systems  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO 1. Understand stability concept and time domain analysis using time and frequency response. CO 2. Modeling and analysis of simple physical system are investigated. CO 3. To study controller units, their type analysis and tuning. CO 4. Design LeadLag compensators based on frequency data for an openloop linear system. 
12EC254CV  EM Theory & Transmission lines  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO 1. Understand the basic concept of vector analysis. CO 2. Analysis of electrostatic field due to different forms of electric charges and Studying of moving charges, conductor, semiconductor and dielectric. CO 3. Analysis of magneto static field due to different forms of current element CO4. To apply wave theory to uniform plane waves in different media. CO5. To analyze its performance when incident on a boundary between two mediums. CO 6. To analyze radio wave propagation channels in medium, high and very high frequencies. 
12EC281CV  Electronic Circuits Analysis lab  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1. Understand the operating principles of major electronic devices, circuit models and connection to the physical operation of the devices. CO4. An ability to identify, formulates, and solves hardware engineering problems. 
12EC282CV  Pulse & Digital Circuits lab  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1. An ability to design and conduct experiments, on RC circuits CO4.An ability to design a Transistor switch. 
12EE283CV  Electrical Engineering lab  At the end of the course a student will be able to: CO1: Students practically understand the basic concepts of electrical parameters and responses of various electrical elements with different theorems. CO2: Students design the different alternating circuits which are used for all household appliances and also know the concept of impedance, power in ac circuits. CO3: They learn & design the principal of operation and the significance of AC and DC Machines and their characteristics. CO4: Students can design electrical and electronics circuits and conduct experiments with electrical systems analyze and interpret data. 
12EG281CV  Reasoning & Logic lab  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1:Students are honed to identify and rationalize the relationship between words CO2: Students are introduced to concepts of statement, argument, assumption and courses of action which enables them to use logic to match these aspects. CO3: Students are taught coding and decoding. It enables them to link words with the codes logically and arrive at correct meanings 
III B.Tech I semester


12EC303CV  Analog Communications  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Understand the basics Amplitude modulation, mathematical description and spectral analysis of DSBTC, DSBSC, VSB, and QAM. CO2: Understanding the Angle modulation, mathematical description, spectral analysis and modulation and demodulation.
CO3: Draw on their knowledge on sampling theorem and its practical aspects, time division multiplexing, pulse modulation and demodulation. CO 4: Understand the concept of Analog Pulse Modulation PAM, PWM, and PPM. CO5: Understand the basics of Baseband Digital Modulation: Pulse Coding Modulation (PCM), DPCM and Delta Modulation (DM). Prediction. 
12EC304CV  IC Applications  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Describe the IC fabrication technologies, specifications and its uses. CO2: Analyze the operational amplifiers, timers and their applications in electrical and electronics circuits. CO3: Analyze different conversion techniques (DC and DAC). CO4: Acquire the knowledge on Digital IC families, its specifications and applications. CO5: Distinguish linear and digital ICs for different application areas. 
12EC305CV  Computer Organization& Architecture  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Understand the basic components of a computer, including CPU, memories, and input/output, and their organization. CO2: Understand register transfer language (RTL) and its relation to microprogramming with an introduction to CISC. CO3: Describe the concept behind hardwired control (RISC) and to capture the concept of pipelining in these architectures. CO4: Describe the cost performance tradeoff in designing memory hierarchy and instruction sets. CO5: Follow the trends in computer design and appreciate the design philosophy behind. 
12EC302CV  Antennas & Wave Propagation  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Specify the parameters of an antenna for FM Radio/ Mobile phone/ DTH TV/ WLAN. CO2: Design a wire antenna with desired radiation pattern and polarization. CO3: Design a feed antenna and parabolic antenna for satellite communication system. CO4: Specify the maximum usable frequency, skip distance for propagation via the Ionosphere. 
12MG301CV  Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1:At the end of the course the students would be able to think like professional economists and understand economic issues concerning business CO2:Would be able to solve business problems with the help of quantitative analysis CO3:Gain knowledge of terms like demand analysis and forecasting, production& cost, market structures and pricing decisions CO4: Would gain knowledge of financial accounting and analysis 
12EC331CV  Analog Communications lab  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Should be able to explain modulation and demodulation technique techniques in various communications CO2: Should be able to understand the operations of different types of detectors. CO3: Should be able to analyze the signal transmission and receiving fundamental concepts. CO4: Should be able to describe the operation of Multiplexing techniques. 
12EC332CV  IC Applications lab  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Describe the IC fabrication technologies, specifications and its uses. CO2: Analyze the operational amplifiers, timers and their applications in electrical and electronics circuits. CO3: Analyze different conversion techniques (DC and DAC) CO4: Acquire the knowledge on Digital IC families, its specifications and applications. CO5: Distinguish linear and digital ICs for different application areas. 
III B.Tech II semester  
12EC351CV  Electronic Measurements & Instrumentation  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Understanding the basic measurement techniques such as accuracy, precision, standards. CO2: Analyze the performance characteristics of each instrument.
CO3: To study the operation and construction of analog, electronic and digital multimeters CO4: Understand about different transducer and working principle. 
12EC352CV  Digital Communications  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Understand the theoretical aspects of digital communication system, useful for today’s multidisciplinary applications. CO2: Learn the elements of digital communications systems, fundamental concepts of sampling theorem, quantization and coding. CO3: Understand the different types of digital pulse and band pass modulation techniques. CO4: Able to calculate probability of error for method filter Receiver and various digital modulation techniques to analyze the performance of DCS in the presence of noise. CO5: Able to do the source coding problems and understand the compact description of sources. 
12CS35BCV  Operating Systems  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Master functions, structures and history of operating systems . 
12EC353CV  Microprocessors& Microcontrollers  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Study and understand internal structure and external connection of microprocessor. CO2: Write Assembly level language programs for any application using MASM Software. CO3: Understand the architectural difference between the Processor and Controllers. CO4: Describe the instruction set and Addressing modes difference between 8086 and 8051. CO5: Understand the advanced features of AVR microcontrollers compared with 8051. 
12EC354CV  Digital Signal Processing  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Understand concepts ADC and DAC techniques and their circuit implementation CO2: Understand DFT, DCT and FFT algorithms CO3: Design procedures of digital filters and Realization topologies CO4: Design of FIR and IIR filters CO5:MATLAB usage in designing digital filters 
12CS359CV  Computer Networks
(Elective) 
At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Understand the Layered Architecture of Computer Networks. CO2: Analyze the operation of the main components of computer networks. CO3: Learn various network protocols and algorithms. CO4: Acquire the required skill to design simple computer CO5: Get familiar with security risks threatening computer networks. 
12EC381CV  Microprocessors & Microcontrollers lab  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1. Execution of different programs for 8086 in Assembly Level Language using MASM Assembler. CO2. Interfacing various I/O Devices like stepper motor, key board, ADC AND DAC TO 8086. 
12EC382CV  Digital Signal Processing lab  At the end of the course a student will be able to: CO1: quickly choose and design digital filters CO2: Estimate power spectral densities using a variety of techniques CO3: Perform the deconvolution of two signals CO4: Construct a simple digital communication system 
12EG381CV  Advanced English Communication & soft skills lab  At the end of the course a student will be able to: CO1: students evolve as effective communicators and emerge as good decision makers and managers. CO2: Student develops holistic soft skills and develops right critical and analytical skills. CO3: Students are enabled to present their skills confidently and face interviews to capture the right job. CO4: Students are trained to develop leadership qualities and team building skills and organize the ideas and information relevantly and coherently 
12MT381CV  Quantitative ability lab  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Like Data Interpretation this course helps the students to take the competitive examinations better equipped CO2:This would help the students to master different quantitative methods 
IV B.Tech I semester  
12EC402CV  Microwave Engineering  At the end of the course a student will be able to: CO1: Acquire the knowledge of designing waveguide transmission systems: rectangular and Circular. CO2: Gain the knowledge of using Smith chart to determine impedance and reflection coefficient. CO3: Describe the using of Scattering Matrices to analyze microwave devices. CO4: Acquire the knowledge of designing micro strip antennas. 
12EC406CV  Digital Image Processing  At the end of the course a student will be able to: CO1: Understand how images are formed, sampled, quantized and represented digitally. CO2: Understand the image edge detection, image restoration, image segmentation, and image enhancements. CO3: Understand transformdomain representation of images (Fourier, DCT, Haar, WHT) CO4: Understand the principles of image compression using wavelet transforms. 
12EC401CV  VLSI Design  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Design of Digital VLSI Circuits, stick diagram of circuits.
CO2: Understand the design Rules of VLSI circuits.
CO3:Understand and simulate speed and power Considerations, Floor Planning and Layout techniques
CO4: Be able to complete a significant VLSI design project having a set of objective criteria and design constraints.

12EC455CV  Optical Communications
(Elective) 
At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Understand the theory of light propagation in optical fibers with different types. CO2: Understand the overview of optoelectronic device requirements for communication systems, including light sources, optical amplifiers and light detectors.
CO3: Adjustment of a complete optical communication system. 
12EC407CV  Embedded & Real Time Systems
(Elective) 
At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Provide with an enhanced base of knowledge and current and reflective practice necessary to initiate a career in embedded systems at the professional engineer level. CO2: Enhance specialist knowledge in the area of Embedded systems which build upon studies and the undergraduate level. CO3: Develop improved skills of independent learning and critical appraisal. CO4: Ability to progress to the next level of study as appropriate. CO5: Critically evaluate engineering methodologies and where appropriate propose new hypothesis. 
12EC431CV  ECAD & VLSI lab  At the end of the course a student will be able to: CO1: Design Entry & simulation of Multiplexer circuit with test bench & functional verification. CO2: Design Entry & simulation of D flipflop circuit with test bench & functional verification. CO3: Synthesis, P&R and Post P&R simulation for Full adder, Concepts of FPGA floor plan, critical path, design gate count, I/O configuration and pin assignments. CO4: Generation of configuration/fuse files for 4:1 multiplexer & D flipflop & implementation of the hardware using FPGA. CO5: Design a schematic and simple layout for CMOS Inverter, parasitic extract 
12EC432CV  Microwave & Optical Communications lab  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Gain knowledge and understanding of microwave analysis methods. CO2: Be able to apply analysis methods to determine circuit properties of passive/active microwave devices. CO3: Know how to model and determine the performance characteristics of a microwave circuit or system using computer aided design methods. CO4: Have knowledge of basic communication link design; signal power budget, noise evaluation and link carrier to noise ratio. CO5: Have knowledge of the transmission and waveguide structures and design it for practical applications. 
12EC433CV  Industry Oriented Mini project  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Gain knowledge about the different research areas in the field of Electronics & Communications. CO2: Be able to apply the theoretical concepts to design real time applications. CO3: Know the problems faced by the industry in designing new technologies. 
IV B.Tech II semester  
12EC403CV  Cellular & Mobile Communications
(Elective) 
At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Understand the fundamentals of mobile and cellular communications. CO2: Understand the system design, cell capacity and blocking probability CO3: Understand Multiple Access Techniques channel coding in mobile communication Frequency Reuse – cell cluster concept. 
12EC452CV  Radar Systems  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1. Understand the basic principles of how a RADAR system works. CO2. Identify the various RADAR systems in existence, specify their applications and limitations and explain the principles of how they work. CO3. Describe the most commonly used techniques in processing RADAR signals. 
12EC454CV  Digital design through Verilog
(Elective) 
At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Define and describe digital design flows for system design recognizes the tradeoffs involved in different approaches. CO2: Describe, design, simulate and synthesize computer hardware using verilog HDL. CO3: Know the fundamentals of verilog, with particular emphasis on synthesize constructs. CO4: Develop digital systems in a hierarchical and module nature to aid testing, debugging and hardware reuse. CO5: Design combinational, sequential logic and complex state machines (present in all practical computers). 
12EC458CV  Wireless Communication Networks
(Elective) 
At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Understand the Theory and systems of wireless communication systems. CO2: Understand the WLAN concept and theory. CO3: Understand the Multiple access techniques 
12EC451CV  Satellite communication
(Elective) 
At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Understand an overall view on the different aspects concerning the satellite on a communication system. CO2: Understand the different types of satellite orbits. CO3: Understand the different types of satellite communication system
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12EC481CV  Seminar  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Distinguish the multiple senses of a subjects (literal and beyond the literal). CO2: Identify and understand assumptions, theses, and arguments that exist in the work of authors. CO3: Evaluate and synthesize evidence in order to draw conclusions consistent with the subject. Seek and identify confirming and opposing evidence relevant to original and existing theses. CO4. Ask meaningful questions and originate plausible theses. 
12EC483CV  Comprehensive viva voce  At the end of the course a student will be able to:
CO1: Face any type of interviews, vivavoce, and aptitude tests. CO2: Perform well in competitive exams and group discussions. CO3: Apply knowledge in building their career in particular fields. CO4: Enhance their communication skills and interactivity. 