Programme Educational Objectives and Programme Outcomes
Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
The major objectives of the 4-year B. Tech (ICE) programme offered by the department of Instrumentation and Control engineering,
1. to prepare students for core industries/ manufacturing sectors/ IT Enabled Services (ITES)
2. to prepare students for research and development organizations
3. to prepare students for higher studies in engineering and management
4. to prepare students for starting and running enterprises
Program Outcomes (POs)
Graduates of the 4-year B.Tech. Instrumentation and Control Engineering (ICE) Programme
- would have developed an ability to apply the knowledge of mathematics, sciences, and engineering fundamentals to solve complex engineering problems in the field of Instrumentation and Control Engineering,
- would have possessed a comprehensive understanding of a wider range of electronic devices, analog and digital electronic circuits and the state-of-the-art advanced electronics used in Instrumentation and Control Systems,
- would have the right knowledge and exposure to a variety of sensors, data acquisition systems, actuators, control methodologies, embedded systems, data structures, algorithms and computer programming, to readily provide innovative design solutions to the engineering problems in industries (e.g. process, power plants, automotive),
- would have gained adequate knowledge to effectively use simulation software, relevant tools and methods to analytically investigate problems and interpret data to arrive at valid conclusions,
- would have learnt necessary skills to develop mathematical models, and deploy appropriate techniques and IT tools to design advanced control systems and associated instrumentation,
- would become responsible engineers who understand the socio economical, environmental and legal implications relevant to professional engineering practice,
- would be able to evaluate and deliver solutions by adopting appropriate sustainable resource management techniques, for optimally utilizing the available resources without endangering the environment,
- would be competent to apply ethical principles relevant to the professional engineering practices,
- would be able to function efficiently in various capacities as members, leaders and directors in multi- disciplinary teams to accomplish projects of different magnitudes,
- would be proficient in languages (spoken and written) in order to listen, understand and communicate effectively to all the stakeholders and society and, make comprehensive reports and presentations on complex engineering activities on a global scale,
- would be able to evaluate and complete the projects by effective utilization of resources within the stipulated time frame and budget in multi-disciplinary environments,
- would be able to recognize the need for engaging themselves independently in life-long learning of technological changes.
Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)
Graduates of the 4-year B.Tech. Instrumentation and Control Engineering (ICE) programme
PSO1: would apply the basic knowledge of Mathematics, Computing and Sciences to develop mathematical models and, apply appropriate techniques and IT tools to identify, formulate and solve real life problems faced in industries and R and D.
PSO2: would apply standard practices and combine the emerging technologies into the core area ofICE in the design and investigation of systems for sustainable development.
PSO3: would commit themselves to the highest ethical standards and create and maintain professionalism in the work culture and outcome.