Department of Civil Engineering
(Accredited by N.B.A.)

Course Outcome

Course Outcome BECVE301T
CO1 Demonstrate the ability of using Fourier series in solving the Ordinary Differential Equations and Partial Differential Equations.
CO2 Solve the partial differential equations by separation variable methods.
CO3 With Calculus of variation students can work upon the problems in economics, network engineering, financial modeling, computational radiology, and in the new field of constraint programming.
CO4 Set up and solve linear systems/linear inequalities graphically/geometrically and algebraically using matrices
CO5 Grasp the concept of numerical methods and apply them
CO6 Learn how the derivative affects the shape of graph of a function and in particular how to locate the maximum and minimum value of the function.
Course Outcome BECVE302T
CO1 Apply the importance and practical significance of various fluid properties.
CO2 Comprehend and estimate various forces acting on partially and fully submerged bodies.
CO3 Interpret the importance of various parameters on the fluid motion.
CO4 Summarize various flow measuring devices with their practical applications.
CO5 Illustrate the concept of impulse momentum principle, dimensional analysis and model analysis of a fluid phenomenon.
Course Outcome BECVE303T
CO1 Demonstrate the behaviour of materials under different stress and strain conditions
CO2 Develop the shear force diagram and bending moment diagram and their relation
CO3 Formulate the bending and shear stresses equations and able to draw bending and shear stress diagrams.
CO4  Formulate slope and Deflection equations for beams subjected to various loads by  Macauley’s method
CO5 Analyze and Estimate  the torsion in circular section and  Direct and bending stresses
Course Outcome BTCVE304T
CO1 Examine the index and engineering properties of the soil.
CO2 Discover the properties & demonstrate interaction between water and soil.
CO3 Analyze and compute principles of compaction and consolidation settlements of soil.
CO4 Estimate bearing capacity, earth pressure and foundation settlement.
CO5 Identify different types of natural materials like rocks, minerals and soils.
Course Outcome BECVE305T
CO1 ldentify components of a building.
CO2 Differentiate and identify types of building materials.
CO3 Select appropriate material for building construction.
CO4 Plan various construction related activities and their quality control.
CO5 Know & Identify the latest techniques and materials used.
Course Outcome BECVE306T
CO1 Describe knowledge of structure of language.
CO2 Analyze aspects of competitive exams and the interview processes. 
CO3 Develop business writing skills.
CO4 Demonstrate technical and scientific writing skills.
Course Outcome BECVE401T
CO1 Classify different types of cement as per their properties for different field applications, properties of Aggregates and Admixture
CO2 Carry out tests on concrete in plastic and hardened stage as well as behaviour of  concrete structure.
CO3 Design of economic concrete mix proportion for different exposure conditions and Intended purpose.
CO4 Build the knowledge of Special Concrete.
CO5 Apply the various repairing techniques and their material.
Course Outcome BECVE402T
CO1 Classify the behaviour and failure modes of different RC structural members.
CO2 Analyze and apply the results in designing various RC structural members.
CO3 Apply the knowledge and skills in practical problems
CO4 Use the relevant software in the analysis and design of RC
Course Outcome BECVE403T
CO1 Build the knowledge of characteristics of water,drinking water standards and necessity of treatment.
CO2 Design various units of conventional water treatment plant.
CO3 Utilize the characteristics of wastewater ,necessity of treatment ,types of treatment process.
CO4 Develop with the basic knowledge related to design of wastewater treatment .
CO5 Extend the  significance of air pollution ,solid waste ,climate change,geo environment et.
Course Outcome BECVE404T
CO1 Define and describe different objectives and requirements of Highway Development and Planning, Alignments.
CO2 Explain, Discriminate and Design various Geometric Features of Highways & Pavement Design.
CO3 Understand, analyze, apply and evaluate the parameters of Traffic Engineering.
CO4 Explain and describe various terms in railway engineering and should be able to explain, discriminate and design various geometric features of railway track.
CO5 Understand the aircraft characteristics and terminal area functions, analyze, and evaluate the basic runway length, orientation of runway.
Course Outcome BECVE405T
CO1 Demonstrate various instruments to measure length and bearing of lines and calculate area of given field.
CO2 Use the theodolite to measure angle and distances for traversing also identify and correct the enors in traverse. Design and lay-out the various types of curves.
CO3 carry out levelling and contouring also able to determine volume of earthwork.
CO4 Use modem instrument like Total work station, GPS, DGPS for surveying and able to prepare maps in CAD
CO5 Use Remote Sensing and Geographical Information System(GIS), UAV Drone and LiDAR Survey.