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Kumararani Meena Muthiah College of Arts and Science

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE ( B.Sc)

PROGRAM OUTCOME

To understand basic concepts and fundamental principles of scientific theories and facts

on the relevance of day-to-day life.

To critically and systematically analyse the scientific applications

Applications oriented knowledge relevant to areas of specialization

Basic ability to design and develop principles on the construction of models of varying

capacity.

Continuous learning and to adopt to the constantly evolving and innovative technologies.

Creative and collaborative thinking to solve problem with effective care and leadership

skills.

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B.SC MATHEMATICS

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOME

Acquire problem solving skills to apply the knowledge to various fields of study.

Develop skills to identify, assess and evaluate the problems mathematically

Formulate logical sequences to validate mathematical concepts

Ability to develop quantitative and qualitative models to social science and business

studies.

Competency to work effectively in any field.

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COURSE OUTCOME

I SEMESTER

MAJOR

ALGEBRA

At the end of the course the student will

Solve types of polynomial equations and understand the relationship between the roots

and coefficients

Find the sum of series using binomial, exponential and logarithmic approximations

Apply Cayley Hamilton theorem to find the inverse of a matrix and perform

diagonalization of a matrix

Understand the concepts in Number theory and apply them to solve problems

TRIGNOMETRY

At the end of the course the student will

Know the expansions of trigonometric functions in powers and multiples of 𝜃

Form equations with trigonometric roots and find its sum

Know about Hyperbolic functions, its inverse and the relation with circular functions

Be able to work with radians and to solve circular motion problems

Learn to work with the trigonometric form of complex numbers including DeMoivre’s

formula.

ALLIED

CALCULUS OF FINITE DIFFERENCES & NUMERICAL ANALYSIS I

At the end of the course the student will

Solve an algebraic or transcendental equation using an appropriate numerical method

Approximate a function using an appropriate numerical method

Solve a differential equation using an appropriate numerical method

Solve a linear system of equations using an appropriate numerical method

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II SEMESTER

MAJOR

DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS

At the end of the course the student will

Formulate and solve abstract mathematical problems using differential Calculus

Recognize the connection between theory and applications

Understand and apply mathematical concepts to solve problems in polar coordinates and

asymptotes

Have the ability to compute and interpret geometrically the derivatives of real valued

functions of several variables.

Apply the techniques of multivariable calculus to problems in mathematics, physical

sciences and engineering.

ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY

At the end of the course the student will

Determine the conjugate points, lines and diameters of conics

Understand the concept of co-normal and concyclic points

Analyze characteristics and properties in polar coordinates of a circle, straight line and

conic

Find the distance between points, planes, and lines in space

Identify equation of a sphere and write equations for circle and planes

ALLIED

CALCULUS OF FINITE DIFFERENCES & NUMERICAL ANALYSIS II

At the end of the course the student have an understanding of:

Solving derivatives using difference and divided difference formulae

Evaluation of integrals by quadrature formulae

Solution of linear homogeneous and non homogeneous difference equations

Numerical solution of ordinary difference equations

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III SEMESTER

MAJOR

INTEGRAL CALCULUS

At the end of the course the student will

Understand the use of Reduction formula to solve integrals

Learn to solve multiple integrals and apply the idea of accumulation to calculate area,

volume, and length of various surfaces

Know about Beta and Gamma functions and its properties

Provide a physical interpretation of the gradient, divergence, curl and related concepts

Carry out differentiation and integration of vector valued functions in Cartesian,

cylindrical and spherical geometry and apply Gauss, Stoke’s and Green’s theorem to

various problems

DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

At the end of the course the student will

Acquire sound knowledge of techniques used in solving first and second order

homogeneous equations including method of undetermined coefficients and method of

variation of parameters

Understand formation and solution of Partial differential equations

Be introduced to the effective mathematical tools for the solutions of ordinary and partial

differential equations that model several physical processes

ALLIED

MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS I

At the end of the course the student will

Demonstrate the ability to apply fundamental concepts and theoretical developments of

various data analysis techniques.

Demonstrate an understanding of the basic concepts of probability and random variables.

Special Characteristics of dataset based on the distribution with their developments and

inter relationship.

Demonstrate the ability to apply fundamental concepts in exploratory data analysis.

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IV SEMESTER

MAJOR

TRANSFORM TECHNIQUES

At the end of the course the student will

Be able to apply Laplace transforms and its inverse to solve differential equations

Understand the concept of approximation using Fourier series

Use Fourier transforms to solve boundary value problems

Understand the applications of Laplace and Fourier transforms

STATICS

At the end of the course the student will have a clear understanding of the

Resultant of a number of forces acting on a body

The conditions under which a body is in equilibrium

The importance of frictional force in real world problems

The Centre of gravity of regular, homogeneous and non-homogeneous bodies

The concepts of Catenary and suspension bridges

ALLIED

MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS II

At the end of the course the student will

Understand the concept of the sampling distribution and in particular describe the

behaviour of basic characteristics of Statistical data

Apply inferential methods relating to the means of Normal distributions.

Understand problem of statistical inference, problem of Interval estimation

Know about estimators using estimation methods such as Maximum likelihood,

Minimum chi square, method of moments. Method of scoring and properties of

maximum likelihood estimator

Learn to quantify information in statistic using Fisher Information

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V SEMESTER

MAJOR

ALGEBRAIC STRUCTURES

At the end of the course the student will

Learn abstract algebraic structures and understand their properties with familiar numbers

systems such as the integers and real numbers.

Present concepts of and the relationships between operations satisfying various properties

such as Homomorphism, Isomorphism and Automorphism

Develop the ability to form and evaluate conjectures.

REAL ANALYSIS I

After completion of this course, students will be able to

Read, analyse and write logical arguments to prove mathematical concepts

Communicate mathematical ideas with clarity and apply the same for n-dimension.

Understand the basic concepts of analysis including limits of sequences and series (of

real numbers or functions), properties of functions over the reals

Learn the concept of convergence and divergence of various series

Define limits and continuity of functions in metric spaces

DYNAMICS

At the end of the course the student will

Have learnt the basic units involved in the motion of a particle along various paths

including simple harmonic motion

Understand the concept of circular motion and its relative implications in the case of

conical and simple pendulums

Know about the forces involved when a particle is projected and the impulsive force that

comes into play when two objects collide

Be able to find the Moment of Inertia of various surfaces

Have an idea about two dimensional motion of a rigid body and derive its equations of

motion

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DISCRETE MATHEMATICS

At the end of the course the student will

Have a clear understanding of sets and integers , its representations and the application of

mathematical induction

Be introduced to Boolean algebra, its properties and Boolean expressions and also the

normal forms

Understand the applications of Boolean algebra especially in the designing of switching

circuits

Develop an understanding of recurrence relations, generating functions and its solutions

Be introduced to the concept of graphs, various types of graphs and Euler circuit.

ELECTIVE

MATHEMATICAL MODELLING

The course will enable students to

Formulate and solve abstract problems requiring mathematical modelling

Recognize real-world problems that are amenable to mathematical analysis, and

formulate mathematical models of such problems

Apply mathematical methodologies to open-ended real-world problems

Develop the skill to solve difference equations using mathematical modelling techniques.

VI SEMESTER

MAJOR

LINEAR ALGEBRA

Students will be able to

Use computational techniques and algebraic skills essential for the study of systems of

linear equations, matrix algebra, vector spaces, Inner product spaces, Canonical and

triangular forms

Critically analyze and construct mathematical arguments that relate to the study of

introductory linear algebra.

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REAL ANALYSIS II

After completion of this course, students will

Understand the concept of open, closed, connected, bounded, totally bounded and

compact sets of a metric space

Know about continuous, inverse and uniform continuous functions on a compact metric

space

Understand the criteria for a function to be a Riemann integral and hence deduce the

fundamental theorem of calculus

Express the function as a Taylor’s series with various forms of remainder

Recognize the difference between pointwise and uniform convergence of a sequence of

functions

COMPLEX ANALYSIS

At the end of the course the student will have an understanding about

Functions of a complex variable.

The algebraic and geometric structures of the complex number field.

The concepts of analyticity, Cauchy-Riemann relations and harmonic functions

The transformation of functions under bilinear transformations

Complex integration and complex power series

The classification of isolated singularities

The theory and the applications of the calculus of residues in the evaluation of integrals

ELECTIVE

GRAPH THEORY

At the end of the course the student will

Know the basics of graph theory and its practical applications

Have a thorough understanding of Eulerian and Hamiltonian graphs and its applications

Understand the concept of planarity and characterization of planar graphs

Learn about some application connector problems

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OPERATIONS RESEARCH

At the end of the course the student will

Know the origin and the basics of Operations Research and its role in various fields

Understand how to translate a real-world problem into a linear programming problem and

solve using various techniques.

Solve the problem of transporting the products from origins to destinations with least

transportation cost.

Analyze the problem of finding an optimum sequence for the jobs to be done

Learn to schedule a project and calculate its duration by using the CPM and PERT

methods

Understand the concept of queuing and its application in daily life

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B.SC COMPUTER SCIENCE

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOME

• Learning expertise to apply mathematical foundation, algorithmic principles and theory in

computer-based systems.

• Develop skills in designing and presenting various system analysis on IT based technology to

the electronic databases.

• Ability to apply principles in the construction of software systems to provide socially

acceptable technical solutions with the appropriate technologies towards sustainable

development.

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COURSE OUTCOME

I SEMESTER

MAJOR

PROGRAMMING IN C

Students attain the ability to solve problems through computer programming

Gains knowledge about various programming environment in an operating system

Ability to frame and design algorithms by understanding the program flow.

ALLIED

MATHEMATICS-I

Simplify and evaluate algebraic expressions

Make the students familiar with the ways of solving complicated mathematical problems

numerically.

Able to solve equations involving trigonometric functions and identities

Apply computational techniques and algebraic skills essentials for the study of systems of

linear equation, matrix algebra and diagonalization.

Obtain expressions for higher order derivatives of a function using the rules of

differentiation.

Identify the extreme of a function on an interval

II SEMESTER

MAJOR

DIGITAL ELECTRONICS AND MICROPROCESSOR

Understand, design and construct digital logic circuits.

Learn to write coding in assembly language.

Interpret the practical usage of time delays and counters

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ALLIED

MATHEMATICS II

Understand the use of Reduction formula to solve integrals

Formulate and solve abstract mathematical problems using integrals and differential

equations

Understand the application of integral functions to area and volume

Understand the different methods of solving ordinary and partial differential equations

Develop an understanding of the concept of vectors and the technique of evaluating

integrals using the theorems on vectors

III SEMESTER

MAJOR

PROGRAMMING IN C++ USING DATA STRUCTURES

Attains the ability to apply OOPs concept in real time environment and implement in

programming.

Choose suitable algorithm to work in real time by identifying the complexities of

algorithms.

Implement the suitable data structures based on the nature of application.

ALLIED

STATISTICAL METHODS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS I

Students in introductory-level Statistics courses will know fundamental statistical

concepts and some of their basic applications in science, technology and society.

Students shall know how to organize, manage, and present data.

Students shall be able to use and apply a wide variety of specific statistical methods.

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IV SEMESTER

MAJOR

PROGRAMMING IN JAVA

Acquire knowledge about OOP approach and implement in real time.

Write applications using concept of packages and threads

Classify various layout managers and learn to use appropriate AWT controls and its

components.

ALLIED

STATISTICAL METHODS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS II

Demonstrate the ability to apply fundamental concepts in exploratory data

analysis.

Demonstrate an understanding of the basic concepts of probability and random variables.

Understand the concept of the sampling distribution of a statistic, and in

particular describe the behavior of the sample mean.

Apply inferential methods relating to the means of Normal distributions

V SEMESTER

MAJOR

OPERATING SYSTEM

Gain knowledge about operating system and implement them in multiprogramming

system.

Analyze the types of I/O management, disk scheduling, protection and security policies

and problems faced by operating systems

Evaluate the file storage and to create file and directory access policies

DATA BASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

To analyze data Base design methodology and develop database schema.

Able to handle different Data Base languages.

Draw various data models for Data Base and write queries

COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE AND ORGANIZATION

Identify the basic elements of computer their inter relationship and working.

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Acquire the skill to write assembly level programming.

Classify and categorize memory organization and hierarchy.

ELECTIVE

VISUAL PROGRAMMING

Students attain the programming skill to develop applications using Visual Basic.

Able to create menu driven programs and multiple form applications.

Understand to use various tools and controls in toolbox depending on the nature of

application.

VI SEMESTER

MAJOR

DATA COMMUNICATION AND NETWORKING

Compare various models of networking

Design new network by assigning IP address and sub netting concept.

Explore and analyze the different protocols used in layers of networking model.

WEB TECHNOLOGY

Learn to create applications using HTML, Java Script and VB Script.

Develop and deploy applications with VB.NET along with ADO.NET and SQL

server.

Students will be able to develop dynamic web pages using ASP

ELECTIVE

DATA MINING

Differentiate various data mining techniques like classification, clustering, association

etc.,

Learn to use relevant data mining algorithm to solve real time problems.

Collect and analyze large sets of data to gain useful business understanding and decision

making.

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SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

Differentiate various Software engineering process models and practices and their

application.

Apply the required software testing approaches such as unit testing and integration testing

depending on the needs of application.

Develop software management policies and strategies to resolve the software related

issues.

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B.Sc. ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION SCIENCE

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOME

• Ability to acquire knowledge for a professional career, to design, conduct experiments,

simulate and formulate electronic circuits.

• Will be able to design systems and processes to meet specifications and performance related to

other disciplines.

• Will be able to demonstrate effectively on the understanding of engineering principles based on

electronics and communication science.

• Acquire skills to use appropriate technology, resources and IT tools both hardware and

software.

• Will be able to understand and interpret the impact of electronic application solutions to society

and environment.

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COURSE OUTCOME

I SEMESTER

MAJOR

BASIC CIRCUIT THEORY

Apply concepts of electric network topology, nodes, branches, loops to solve circuit

problems.

Simplify the circuit using series and parallel equivalence.

Solve skills through circuit laws like Kirchhoff’s law and Ohm’s law.

To apply circuit theorems and find solutions to electrical circuits.

ALLIED

ALLIED MATHEMATICS-I

Simplify and evaluate algebraic expressions

Make the students familiar with the ways of solving complicated mathematical problems

numerically.

Able to solve equations involving trigonometric functions and identities

Apply computational techniques and algebraic skills essentials for the study of systems of

linear equation, matrix algebra and diagonalization.

Obtain expressions for higher order derivatives of a function using the rules of

differentiation.

Identify the extreme of a function on an interval

II SEMESTER

MAJOR

BASIC ELECTRONICS

Understand the current voltage characteristics of semiconductor devices.

Analyze DC circuits and relate ac models of semiconductor devices with their physical

operation.

Evaluate frequency response to understand behaviour of electronic circuits.

Know about the multistage amplifier using BJT & FET in various configuration to

determine frequency response and concept of voltage gain.

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ALLIED

ALLIED MATHEMATICS II

Understand the use of Reduction formula to solve integrals

Formulate and solve abstract mathematical problems using integrals and differential

equations

Understand the application of integral functions to area and volume

Understand the different methods of solving ordinary and partial differential equations

Develop an understanding of the concept of vectors and the technique of evaluating

integrals using the theorems on vectors

III SEMESTER

MAJOR

ELECTRICITY, MAGNETISM AND ELECTROMAGNETISM

Student will be able to explain basic laws like Coulomb’s law, Gauss law, Lorentz law,

Faraday’s law, Lenz law.

Understand the basic concept of dielectrics, Dielectric polarization and different types of

capacitor with dielectric materials.

Student understand the concept of Magneto statics and they learn how to calculate

magnetization.

Student will be able to connect the various cells in series and parallel connection.

Student will be able to describe how single instrument can be used an voltmeter as well

as ammeter.

NUMERICAL METHODS

Solve an algebraic or transcendental equation using an appropriate numerical method.

Approximate a function using an appropriate numerical method.

Solve a differential equation using an appropriate numerical method.

Solve a linear system of equations using an appropriate numerical methods.

AMPLIFIERS AND OSCILLATORS

Design and analyze of electronic circuits,

Know about different power amplifier circuits, their design and use in electronics and

communication circuits.

Know the concept of feedback amplifier and their characteristics.

Design the different oscillator circuits for various frequencies

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ALLIED

BASIC PHYSICS – I

Understand the basic concept moment of intertia and how it is used in day to day life.

Student will be able to explain principle of Elasticity and their application.

Understand the various concepts in viscosity and surface tension.

Learn the various Laws in thermodynamics and concept of Carnot’s theorem.

Student will be able to understand how Acoustics concept applied in various buildings to

reduce Noise pollution.

Student learn the various application of Ultrasonic’s in day to day life.

IV SEMESTER

MAJOR

PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNICATION

Understand different blocks in communication system and how noise affects

communication system.

Identify different radio receiver circuits and transmitter circuits.

Learn the generation and detection of AM & FM as well as digital signals.

Understand various spreading techniques and determine bit error performance of various

digital communication systems.

PROGRAMMING IN C AND OOPS CONCEPT

To get an insight of the high level programming language.

To know the purpose of function libraries.

To know the use of pointers and arrays.

To write and execute simple programs.

Concept of OOPS.

DIGITAL ELECTRONICS

Develop a digital logic and apply it to solve real life problems.

Analyze, design and implement combinational logic circuits.

Classify different semiconductor memories.

Analyze, design and implement sequential logic circuits.

Analyze digital number system using several easy methods.

Simulate and implement combinational and sequential circuits.

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Describe and determine the performance of different error control coding schemes for the

reliable transmission of digital representation of signals and information over the channel.

Understand various spreading techniques and determine bit error performance of various

digital communication systems.

ALLIED

BASIC PHYSICS – II

Student will be able to explain the principle of interference, diffraction and optical

activity.

Understand the basic concept of photo electricity and their types.

Student will be able to understand the basic concepts in nuclear physics.

Learn the various principle of laser and their application.

Student able to describe functions of Doppler effect and X-rays.

Student understand the basics of Radiography.

Understand the various function of fiber optics and fiber optical communication system.

V SEMESTER

MAJOR

MICROPROCESSOR (INTEL 8085)

To understand the basic architecture of 8-bit miceoprocessors.

Able to write programs on 8085 microprocessor based systems.

Identify the addressing modes of an instruction.

Develop programming skills in assembly language.

ANTENNA AND TELEVISION ENGINEERING

Understand the fundamental concepts of television transmitter and receiver systems, the

transmission of video signals and importance of television standards to effectively work

with broadcasting applications, trouble shooting of television systems.

Understand different colour television systems used worldwide and its compatibility.

Understand principles of digital video and component video signal.

Understand advanced TV technology, MAC signals and DTH technology.

Describe and differentiate working principles of latest digital TV and HDTV.

Understand the working principles and applications of latest display like LCD, LED,

Plasma and large flat panel monitors.

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ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS INSTRUMENTATION

Analyze the performance characteristics of each instrument.

Apply the complete knowledge of various electronics instruments/transducers to

measure the physical quantities in the field of science.

Identify the various parameters that are measurable in electronic instrumentation.

Practice the construction of testing and measuring setup for electronic systems.

To have a deep understanding about instrumentation concepts which can be applied to

control system.

ELECTIVE

MEDICAL ELECTRONICS

Analyze and evaluate the effect of different diagnostic and therapeutic methods, their

risk potential, physical principles, opportunities and possibilities for different medical

procedure.

To have a basic understanding of medical terminology, relevant for biomedical

instrumentation.

To understand and describe the physical and medical principles used as a basis for

biomedical instrumentation.

Understand the elements of risk for different instrumentation methods and basic

electrical safety.

Understand the position of biomedical instrumentation in modern hospital care.

VI SEMESTER

MAJOR

MICROCONTROLLER

Draw and describe architecture of 8051 and ARM7 microcontroller.

Interface various peripheral devices to the microcontrollers.

Write assembly language program for microcontrollers.

Design microcontroller based system for various applications.

ADVANCED ELECTRONICS

Design optical fibres communication links using appropriate optical fibres light

sources, detectors.

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Explore concept of designing and operating principles of modern optical systems and

networks

Understand GSM, CDMA concepts, architecture, frame structure, system capacity

and services.

Describe the phases of planning and design of mobile wireless networks.

COMPUTER NETWORKS

Assemble the components of a PC and install one or more network operating systems

resulting in a functioning

Design a small or medium sized computer network including media types, end

devices, and interconnecting devices that meets a customer’s specific needs.

Perform basic configurations on routers and Ethernet switches.

Demonstrate knowledge of programming for network communications

Learn to simulate computer networks and analyze the simulation results

Troubleshoot connectivity problems in a host occurring at multiple layers of the OSI

model

Develop knowledge and skills necessary to gain employment as computer network

engineer and network administrator.

ELECTIVE

CONSUMER ELECTRONICS

List techniqual specifications of electronics equipmetns (Microwave oven, washing

machine, AC).

Trouble shoots consumer electronics products like Washning Machine & AC.

Understand various functions of Barcode, Scanner & Decoder, ATMs, Set-top boxes,

digital cable TV and calculators.

Understand the role of electronics in consumer applications.

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B.SC MICROBIOLOGY

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOME

Acquires knowledge on demonstrative competency of microbial organisms

Explains the ubiquitous nature, their distribution, morphology, physiology of

microorganisms and indispensible role in day-to-day life.

Practical application and skill-based learning on disease manifestation and its role in

prevention and control.

Exploring microbes through the scientific concepts on wide areas of medical, health,

industries, agriculture, environment and pharmaceutical applications.

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COURSE OUTCOME

I SEMESTER

MAJOR

GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY AND MICROBIAL PHYSIOLOGY

Students will be able to know about:

The fundamentals of microbiology including history, types of microbes

Perform techniques to culture microbes in the lab using various types of media

Able to identify bacteria by basic procedures.

They will also learn on various antimicrobial techniques which helps them in handling

the microbes.

ALLIED

BIOCHEMISTRY I

Being an allied subject, students will be able to:

Know about the basic fundamentals of various bio molecules, the nature of their chemical

components that compose living matter.

Able to understand the importance of biomolecules in survival of any living cell.

Can interrelate the significance of the energetic cycles in all living processes.

II SEMESTER

MAJOR

IMMUNOLOGY AND MICROBIAL GENETICS

Students will be able to:

Understand the basics of defence mechanism.

Study about Various organs involved and their functions

Various components and their action to provide protection

Gene level mechanisms involved in every action of microbes.

ALLIED

BIOCHEMISTRY II

Being an allied subject, students will be able to :

Know about the basic fundamentals of various bio molecules, the nature of their

chemical components that compose living matter.

Able to understand the importance of biomolecules in survival of any living cell.

Can interrelate the significance of the energetic cycles in all living processes.

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III SEMESTER

MAJOR

MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

Students will be able to

Gain knowledge about the living cells at gene level.

They learn on the composition of gene molecules, types of genes, their regulatory

mechanisms and their role in the survival of the living cell.

This study helps them in understanding on the recent rapid diagnostic tools available.

ALLIED

BIOINSTRUMENTATION

Being an allied subject, students will be able to

Gain knowledge on various instruments involved in diagnostic Microbiology.

Learn on their principles, working procedures, limitations and applications in various

fields of life sciences.

IV SEMESTER

MAJOR

SOIL AND AGRICULTURAL MICROBIOLOGY

Students will be able to

Gain knowledge about the diverse microbes living in the soil.

How microbes interact with the natural substance and convert it into a beneficial

component to other living organisms.

Application of microbes in agriculture.

ALLIED

BIOSTATISTICS

Students will be able to

Understand the methods involved in the Data collection and analysis

Demonstrate an understanding of the basic concepts of probability and random variables.

Understand the concept of the sampling distribution of a statistic, and in particular

describe the behavior of the sample mean.

Apply inferential methods relating to the means of Normal distributions.

Distinguish among the different measurement scales and the implications for selection of

statistical methods to be used based on these distinctions.

Perform univariate data analysis for continuous and categorical variables.

Interpretation of results on research perspective

Application of statistics in life sciences.

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V SEMESTER

MAJOR

MEDICAL BACTERIOLOGY

Students will be able to

Identify different families of bacteria that causes several dreadful diseases

Gain knowledge on pathogenicity, treatment, epidemiological studies and preventive

measures.

They also learn on the clinical procedures of collection of the samples, their isolation and

identification techniques, which helps them in diagnostics of various diseases.

Students will be able to :

Identify different fungal and parasitic infections, their occurrence, consequences on hosts,

Study on their life cycles, diagnostic tools employed, treatment methods and preventive

measures.

MEDICAL MYCOLOGYAND PARASITOLOGY Students will be able to

Identify different fungal and parasitic infections, their occurrence, consequences

on hosts,

Study on their life cycles, diagnostic tools employed, treatment methods and

preventive measures.

MEDICAL VIROLOGY

Students will be able to:

Identify various types of viruses,

gain knowledge on their habitat, characteristics, types of replication, and diseases caused,

get know about various diagnostic tools, treatment available, preventive measures

adopted and applications.

ELECTIVE

GENETIC ENGINEERING

Being an application oriented subject, students will be able to:

Gain the knowledge on information about microbes role in genetic engineering

Study about advanced techniques like recombinant DNA technology, cloning etc.

Applying the advanced technology in various fields of life sciences and modifying the

gens in gene therapy.

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VI SEMESTER

MAJOR

ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY

Students will be able to

Know about the various groups of microorganisms present in and around environment.

Study about their inevitable role in keeping the environment free of toxic substance

Mechanism involved in the control of pollution.

FOOD AND DAIRY MICROBIOLOGY

Students will be able to :

Know about the various groups of beneficial microorganisms present

Understand the application of microbes in food industry

Prevention and Control of food contamination and spoilage.

Production of various food products using microbes .and Storage techniques involved .

ELECTIVE

INDUSTRIAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL MICROBIOLOGY

Being an elective paper, Students will be able to:

Know about the technology involved in large scale production of various products.

Control mechanism involved in the production

Gain knowledge on the industrial production of food products, healthcare products.

BIOTECHNOLOGY

Being an elective paper, Students will be able to :

Correlate and understand the relation between microorganism and biotechnology

Application of microbiology in various fields

Know about the technology involved in the microbiology

Knowledge on exploring microorganism for better survival of mankind.

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B.SC BIO TECHNOLOGY

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOME

Provide emphasis on applications of technology from various fields towards living

organisms and life on earth

Learn on biological sciences with engineering technology to provide advance health care,

medical, agriculture, environmental and pharmaceutical control

Focus on the biomedical technology combined with information technology,

mathematics, electronic industry for enhanced development of quality products.

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COURSE OUTCOME

I SEMESTER

MAJOR

CELLBIOLOGY

Knowledge on prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cell structure, cellular organization and its

functions

Understand the Mechanism of cell-cell interaction

Acquired knowledge on the nucleic acid synthesis and gene expression

ALLIED

MICROBIOLOGY

Students are able to describe how microorganisms are used as model systems to study

basic biology, genetics, metabolism and ecology.

Identify ways microorganisms play an integral role in disease, and microbial and

immunological methodologies are used in disease treatment and prevention.

Students are able to evaluate why microorganisms are ubiquitous in nature; inhabiting a

multitude of habitats and occupying a wide range of ecological habitats.

Cite examples of the vital role of microorganisms in biotechnology, fermentation,

medicine, and other industries important to human well being.

II SEMESTER

MAJOR

MOLECULAR DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY

Students will understand the modern developmental stages of the living organisms.

Students will get knowledge in genetic control of cell growth, differentiation and

embryogenesis," which is the process that gives rise to tissues, organs and anatomy.

Embryology and developmental biology today deal with the various steps necessary for

the correct and complete formation of the body of a living organism.

The study illustratesorganisms between the one-cell stage (generally, the zygote) and the

end of the embryonic stage.

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ALLIED

CHEMISTRY

Students will have a firm foundation in the fundamentals and application of current

chemical and scientific theories including those in Analytical, Inorganic, Organic and

Physical Chemistries. Majors to be certified by the American Chemical Society will

have extensive laboratory work and knowledge of Biological Chemistry.

Students will be able to learn basic calculation, acid base titration, enzyme activity ,

chemical reaction.

Students will be able to design and carry out scientific experiments as well as

accurately record and analyze the results of such experiments.

III SEMESTER

MAJOR

GENETICS

Students are able to understand the basic principles of Mendelian inheritance.

study cell division & chromosome segregation

Students explore and acquire the multifactorial inheritance, chromosome structure,

chromatin organization and variation.

The concepts of Linkage concept of sex determination and sex-linked inheritance and

gain knowledge about the organellar inheritance.

ALLIED

BIOCHEMISTRY

Students are able to understand fundamental biochemical principles, such as the

structure/function of biomolecules, metabolic pathways, and the regulation of

biological/biochemical processes.

Gain proficiency in basic laboratory techniques in both chemistry and biology, be able to

apply the scientific method to the processes of experimentation.

Students able to estimate the biomolecules such as carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids,

and proteins.

The role of cell organization and different types of chemical reaction involved in

maintaining high degree of internal order.

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IV SEMESTER

MAJOR

PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY

Students are able to understand laboratory organization, culture media, callus culture,

suspension culture, Assessment of growth and viability, Micropropagation, Somatic

embryogenesis, synthetic seed.

Meristem culture, Somaclonal variations, haploid plants, androgenesis, gynogenesis,

embryogenesis.

Protoplast culture, somatic hybridization, cybrids, germplasm conservation and

cryopreservation.

Nuclear genome, chloroplast genome, mitochondrial genome, transposon, Chloroplast

transformation, Agrobacterium mediated transformation.

ALLIED

BIOPHYSICS AND BIOSTATISTICS

Students are able to understand and learn about knowledge of the fundamental concepts

in physics and chemistry that underlie biological processes.

Structural characteristics of nucleic acids and proteins and examine parameters that

variously determine their stability and function(s).

Principles that govern biomolecular interactions and appreciate how established methods

of research and enquiry are employed to analyze the different aspects of these

interactions.

Recall the basic concepts of atomic structure and explain the fundamental principles and

origin of spectral lines

V SEMESTER

MAJOR

ANIMAL BIOTECHNOLOGY

Students are able to understand History, scope, principle, merits and demerits of animal

cell and tissue culture.

Laboratory facilities and culture media for animal tissue culture

Cell lines, application of animal cell and tissue culture, biohazards and Biosafety..

Transgenic animals, cryopreservation, apoptosis, Animal cloning.

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Students are able to the basics of maintenance of mammalian cell and generation of cell

line using proper sterile techniques and optimum conditions of growth to develop

mammalian cells.

To relate and evaluate the applications of animal biotechnology gene therapy, toxicity

testing, cancer research, animal breeding, vaccine production and other biotechnological

products of industrial and medical benefits.

BIOINFORMATICS

Acquired knowledge on the development of Bioinformatics and its application.

Understood the data stored in different biological databases and exploring the

information.

Acquired knowledge on the protein structure, function and retrieval of the sequences

from databases.

IMMUNOLOGY

Students are able to understand immune system, types of immunity, primary and

secondary lymphoid organ.

Complement system, Inflammation, Cytokines,

Hypersensitivity, type I and type II reactions, immune complex mediated

hypersensitivity, immunodeficiency syndrome, autoimmunity.

Innate and acquired immunity, antigen, immuno response primary and secondary immune

response, complement system, interferons.

Students are able to evaluate Ag-ab interactions, precipitation, agglutination, RIA,

ELISA, monoclonal antibodies.

ELECTIVE

PHARMACEUTICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY

Identify appropriate sources of drugs/medical information

Apply theoretical bases and practical applications of core pharmaceutical biotechnology

subjects in concerned industries and organizations. Use the latest techniques for the

search of new products from natural sources.

Understand and analyze novel techniques of production, purification and characterization

of enzymes, biotechnologically produced biomedicines and pharmaceuticals.

Develop cost and time effective methods to produce safe and quality biomedicines.

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VI SEMESTER

MAJOR

GENETIC ENGINEERING

Acquire knowledge in the basic concepts in genetic engineering

Students will acquire knowledge to operate the versatile tools and techniques employed

in genetic engineering

Learners will know the importance of recombinant DNA technology; and to appraise

them about the applications of genetic engineering.

Understanding of applications of recombinant DNA technology and genetic engineering.

From academic and industrial perspective.

BIOPROCESS TECHNOLOGY

Students are able to describe the principle and applications of bioprocess technology.

Illustrate the schematic diagram of upstream and downstream processing for product

recovery and purification.

Discuss the important aspects in bioprocess technology for commercialization purpose of

biotechnology products

ELECTIVE

MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY

Know the principles involved in preparation of Beverage and industrial Alcohols

Understand the methods followed in the production of industrially important microbial

Primary metabolites (Citric acid, Glutamic acid, Vit B12), secondary metabolites

(antibiotics), and the physical and chemical conditions influencing their production.

Comprehend the importance of GMO in producing heterologous proteins and the

technology used

Understand the importance of microbial enzymes, their applications, production process

and relate biotransformation principles to biotransformation of steroids

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ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGY

Students are able to explain the importance of microbial diversity in environmental

systems, processes and biotechnology as well as the importance of molecular approaches

in environmental microbiology and biotechnology

Existing and emerging technologies that are important in the area of environmental

biotechnology

The principles and techniques underpinning the application of biosciences to the

environment

Biotechnological solutions to address environmental issues including pollution, mineral

resource winning, renewable energy and water recycling

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