Learning Outcomes

(1) Faculty of Arts Programme Objectives B.A. programme is designed to enable the students with the required knowledge, skills and competencies such as thinking ability, linguistic skills and reasonable knowledge, analytical skills and critical understanding of social, political, economic and cultural processes in the global and the local contexts. This programme aims at creating plenty of opportunities for learners to experiment and learn to develop the right perspectives of life.

Programme Outcomes PO1: Acquire the knowledge of specific subjects such as History, Kannada, English, Home Science, Economics, Political Science, Journalism, Home Science, Languages, etc. PO2: Possess a broad, liberal arts foundation and an understanding of how developments in social and intellectual history shape and affect human values and institutions. PO3: Understand the basic concepts, fundamental principles, and various theories in the concerned subjects. PO4: Gain the analytical ability to analyze the social issues and suggest the improvements for better results. PO5: Demonstrate a more advanced working knowledge of at least one social science discipline. PO6: Participate in various social and cultural activities voluntarily. PO7: Articulate thoughts and ideas in both written and oral modes. PO8: Demonstrate the competencies to function efficiently in social/ science related career PO9: Emerge as independent and self reliant person PO10: Involve in discussions to spread the messages of equality, nationality, social harmony and other human values PO11: Work effectively in groups to meet a shared goal with people

(2) Faculty of Science Programme Objectives The Bachelor of Science Programme has been designed with the objective of preparing young graduates who embody attributes such as generic skills, thinking ability, linguistic skills and reasonable knowledge, analytical skills and ethical values

Programme Outcomes PO1: Apply their broad knowledge of science across a range of fields, while performing as professionals in the local or global contexts in which science is practiced PO2: Articulate the methods of science and explain why current scientific knowledge is both useful and contestable on account of possibility for further inquiry PO3: Apply appropriate methods of research, and investigation to solve problems in science, mathematics, technology and engineering. PO4: Recognize the need for information in scientific investigation and scholarly debates
PO6: Employ highly developed conceptual, analytical, quantitative and technical skills PO7: Articulate the relationship between different science communities of practice, the wide scope of scientific knowledge and methods, and the contributions made by people of diverse perspectives, cultures and backgrounds PO8: Evaluate the role of scientific knowledge in addressing current issues faced by the local and global communities, for example climate change, health and disease, food security, sustainable energy use, environmental hazards PO8: Work effectively in groups to meet a shared goal with people of diverse cultural backgrounds PO9: Communicate clearly and convincingly about scientific and technological ideas, practical use and new discoveries to expert and non-expert audiences PO10: Undertake need based significant projects concerning issues like water shortage, climate change, the use of plastics

(3) Faculty of Commerce Programme Objectives The under graduate degree in commerce aims at exposing the learners to domain specific knowledge through contemporary and comprehensive syllabus on commerce and accountancy from I to VI semesters covering relevant topics required for higher studies/professions. The subsidiary objective is to complement the commerce studies with allied and supplementary subjects like Business Law and Indian Corporate Law, Auditing, Marketing Management, Management and Communication, Cost and Management Accounting, Taxation (Direct, Indirect and GST) and Modern Banking Also to provide hands on experience through research projects, internships and interdisciplinary subjects like Business Statistics and Mathematics and General Economics The programme has scope for the development of learners’ ethical and linguistic skills as the curriculum is blended and integrated with language subjects

Programme Outcomes PO1: Undertake independently or jointly any enterprise as full- fledged professional PO2: Apply ztheories and concepts in the workplaces through the techniques of problem solving skills, financial management skills, analytical skills, synchronizing skills, decision making skills, presentation and reporting skills, juxtaposing skills, numerical skills, writing skills, language skills, PO3: Employ highly developed conceptual, analytical, quantitative and technical skills PO4: Articulate the contributions made by people of diverse perspectives, cultures and backgrounds PO6: Evaluate the role of business management, commerce and accountancy in addressing current issues faced by the local and global communities, for example unregulated market, price fluctuation affecting the farmers, unsecured small entrepreneurial ventures, risky investments, PO7: Articulate the contributions made by people of diverse perspectives, cultures and backgrounds
PO8: Work effectively and efficiently in groups to meet a shared goal with people of diverse cultural backgrounds PO9: Communicate clearly and convincingly about commercial laws, tax relating issues, ideas, saving and pension schemes to expert and non-expert audiences PO10: Undertake need based significant projects concerning public and private sectors, banking and other financial organizations PO11: Recognize and demonstrate higher level of ethical concerns in every walk of life PO12: Engage in self directed study and research confidently through the extensive use ICT and collaborations

(4) Faculty of Computer Applications Programme Objectives BCA Degree was designed with the objective of providing the young boys and girls the computer knowledge and skills to undertake rewarding professions The curriculum’s main objectives are to impart students with an understanding of the basics of computer science, to develop proficiency in the practice of computing, and to prepare them for continued professional development It also aims at bringing computer education to the rural students, besides exposing students in information communication technology

Programme Outcomes PO1: Serve as the Programmers or the Software Engineers with the sound knowledge of practical and theoretical concepts for developing software. PO2: Serve as the Computer Engineers with enhanced knowledge of computers and its building blocks. PO3: Work as the Hardware Designers/Engineers with the knowledge of Networking Concepts. PO4: Work as the System Engineers, System integrators the System Administrators with thorough knowledge of DBMS. PO5: Work as the Support Engineers and the Technical Writers PO6: Work as Consultant and Management officers for system management. PO7: Work as IT Sales and Marketing person. PO8: Serve as the IT Officers in Banks and cooperative societies. PO9: Work as DTP Operator in small-scale firms and business organisations PO10: Serve as the Web Designers with latest web development technologies Improve their computer literacy, their basic understanding of operative systems and a working knowledge of software commonly used in academic and professional environments. PO11: Develop criteria to organize and present different type of works in academic and professional environments. PO12: Organize information efficiently in the forms of outlines, charts, etc. by using appropriate software. PO13: Present ideas effectively and efficiently in Academic and Professional Presentations PO14: Use the Systems Analysis Design paradigm to critically analyze a problem. PO15: Solve the problems (programming networking database and Web design) in the Information Technology environment and function effectively in teams to accomplish a common goal and demonstrate professional behavior. PO16: Develop IT-oriented security issues and protocols.
(5) Faculty of Business Administration Programme Objectives The BBA Programme was designed: To provide adequate basic understanding about management/administration among learners, To prepare students to undertake careers in the field of management, To train students in job and other general skills To give a thorough exposure to professional ethics

Programme Outcomes PO1: Demonstrate the ability and competency in management professions PO2: Handle appropriately crucial situations in workplaces with appropriate measures PO3: Apply skills and professional competency to maximize the results PO4: Articulate and manage challenges successfully PO5: Engage productively through the effective use professional tools PO6: Define the business processes, their interactions and distinguish their specifics PO7: Choose and apply the market research methods as per the business needs PO8: Analyze market information and apply it appropriately for the growth PO9: Analyze any business, identify the strengths and weaknesses and determine the scope for improvement. PO10: Show the operational ability especially the continuously changing business environment

(1) Faculty of M. Sc Psychology Programme outcome

PO1: To equip the students with Qualitative and Quantitative Research method used in Psychology. PO2: To enhance the students counselling skills. PO3: To expertise the students in developing psychological tests. PO4: To orient the students regarding biological basis of Human behaviour. PO5: To orient students regarding psychopathology among children, Adolescents and Adults. PO6: To enable the students understand different perspectives of personality. PO7: To learn the principles of cognitive abilities among human behaviour. PO8: To equip the students with the skills of Human resource management and development. PO9: To enable the students in understanding dynamics of Psychotherapeutic techniques. PO10: To give hands on experience in Counselling, training and Research.

(2) Faculty of PG Studies in Social Work Programme outcome PO1: To impart education and training in Professional Social work to those desirous of making a career in the fields of Social work. PO2: To provide inter-disciplinary collaboration for better understanding of human problems,
services and issues related to human development. PO3: To provide opportunities through intensive field practicum to work with variety of people in their development and provide service to those who are in need of it. PO4: To promote among social work trainees a sense of dedication and commitment for appropriate service to the cause of the poor, under privileged and disadvantaged sections of the society. PO5: To acquire knowledge and skills in undertaking practice-based social work research and to administer human service organizations

(3) Faculty of PG Studies in Commerce Programme outcome PO1: Adoption of value based and student centric approach in imparting curriculum and extra-curriculum activities, as a part of life-long learning organisation. PO1: To comprehend advanced theoretical inputs in strategic management, Human resources management, Entrepreneurial development, Labour legislation. PO1: To enhance practical skills through corporate accounting, costing methods and management accounting. PO1: To encompass the horizon of knowledge in the emerging field of commerce ecommerce, retail management, risk management in service sector. PO1: To enrich the quality of research designing, research applications and research outcomes. PO1: To impart and motivate leadership and entrepreneurial skills. PO1: To develop qualitative analysis to promote business decision and business environment. PO1: To encourage students to organise commerce fests, conferences and involve them for industrial visits, student internship programmes, training and placement which establishes an integrated learning environment. PO1: Focus on motivating socially responsible team of professionals.

(4) Faculty of PG Studies in Commerce (Insurance and Bank Management) Programme outcomes PO1: To inculcate the knowledge of business and the techniques of managing the business with special focus on Insurance and Banking sector PO2: To impart the knowledge basic accounting principles and the latest application oriented corporate accounting methods PO3: To create awareness in application oriented research through research for business decisions. PO4: To enlighten the students regarding the new concepts introduced in the banking and Insurance system. PO5: To provide in-depth understanding of all core areas specifically Advanced Accounting, Security analysis and portfolio management , Risk Management in Banks and PO6: To encourage students to organise commerce fests, conferences and involve them for industrial visits, student internship programmes, training and placement which establishes an integrated learning environment. PO7: The outlook of the course offer number of value based and job oriented courses ensures that students are trained into up-to date in the field of Banking and Insurance Sector. PO8: Capability of the students to make decisions at personal & professional level will increase after completion of this course.
(5) Department of Journalism & Mass Communication Programme outcomes: PO1: Assess students with adequate knowledge of Mass Communication and Journalism PO2: Prepare for communication research, teaching and media profession. PO3: Evaluate the emerging communication technology PO4: Produce the students to become socially conscious and concerned with media Profession PO5: Prepare more opportunities to ambitious rural students to become post graduate in Mass Communication & Journalism PO6: Provision to construct discourses on mass media and their experiments PO7: The planned approach to inculcate pioneering academic proficiency PO8: Guiding framework to acquire communication skills

(6) Faculty of Science M.Sc. Chemistry Programme Outcomes PO1: Plan, design and carry out scientific experiments as well as accurately record and analyse the results of such experiments. PO2: Show the Problem solving, critical thinking and analytical reasoning when applied to scientific problems. PO3: Apply green chemistry techniques in daily life PO4: Appreciate the central role of chemistry in our society and use this as a basis for ethical behaviour in issues facing chemists including an understanding of facing our society in energy, health and medicine. PO5: Handle safely chemicals, environmental issues and key issues PO6: Undertake professions in teaching, industries and research PO7: Clear the UGC/NET/KSET and Civil service examinations. PO8: Start small scale industries with the available resources.

(7) Faculty of Science M.Sc. Organic Chemistry Programme Outcomes PO1: Plan, design and carry out scientific experiments as well as accurately record and analyse the results of such experiments. PO2: Carryout isolation and purification of compounds effectively and accurately prepare the report. PO3: Demonstrate a broad understanding of Organic Chemistry that provides scientific reasoning, critical thinking and analytical problem solving skills. PO4: Understand the importance smooth functioning of daily life and use this as a basis for solving key issues facing our society in energy, health and medicine. PO5: Demonstrate professionalism through ethical and social principles to uplift the life of people in the society. PO6: Undertake professions in teaching, industries and research PO7: Competent enough to take up UGC/NET/KSET and Civil service examinations. PO8: Start small scale industries with the available resources (8)
Faculty of M. Sc Biotechnology Programme Outcomes PO1: Demonstrate bimolecular knowledge and analytical skills at an advanced level. PO2 : Show skills to qualify for a broad range of positions in research, industry, consultancy, education and public administration, or for further education in a doctoral program.
PO3 : Undertake further Study on biotechnology and its related disciplines such as genetics, animal biotechnology, food technology, plant biotechnology, etc.
PO4 : Work in the capacities such as Sr. Associate Scientist, Research Biochemist, Sr. Regulatory Affairs Associate, Biotechnology Researcher, Associate Engineer, Quality Controller and Regional Manager and in industries such as Pharmaceuticals, Manufacturing, Biotechnology, Research Organisations, and FMCG besides colleges and universities as teachers.
PO5 : Undertake research projects on the leading edge in a chosen Specialised area of biotechnology, based on own research experience from a master’s project and international literature. PO6 : Apply the concepts, terminologies and various methods and approaches in the analysis of diverse areas in Bio technology

(9) Faculty of PG Studies in Physics Programme Outcomes: PO1: MSc Physics program imparts value added education among students who are the future prospect of the nation.
PO1: The students will be able to find opportunities in national and international PO1: research organizations such as IIT, IISc, DRDO, ISRO, NPL etc.
PO1: Students will gain sufficient knowledge to qualify state and national level entrance exams such as NET, KSET, JEST, GATE, TIFR etc.
PO1: Physics post-graduates can find ample carrier openings in government as well as private sectors (education and industrial).
PO1: MSc Physics program generates manpower for various public sectors such as power generating companies, laboratories, manufacturing sectors, aviations, instrumentation etc.
PO1: MSc Physics program provides the platform for the young physicists to showcase their talents in the field of Physics.
PO1: This program also motivates the students to become start-ups in the field of application of Physics for the betterment of the society.

(10) Faculty of PG Studies in Statistics Programme Outcomes: PO1: Use the knowledge on theoretical foundations for the development of various statistical concepts and procedures. PO2: Develop technical skills in probability modelling and statistical inference for the practical application of statistical methods in their future employment. PO3: Find solutions to real world problems by applying quantitative modelling and data analysis techniques. PO4: Use computational and statistical softwares to develop and execute various statistical techniques and statistical computing algorithms. PO5: Demonstrate theoretical knowledge and applications of parametric, semi-parametric and non-parametric testing procedures. PO6: Design experiments and surveys with a view of providing solutions to real life problems. PO7: Use statistical reasoning, formulate a problem in statistical terms, perform exploratory analysis of data, and carry out a variety of advanced inferential procedures. PO8: Tackle emerging problems through applications of statistics.

(11) Faculty of PG Studies in Economics Programme Outcomes: PO1: Demonstrate adequate knowledge about the health of the Economy PO2: Show preparedness to face and manage the competitive world PO3: Review the emerging communication technology PO4: Undertake social and economical responsibilities through their commitment and competence PO5: Compare and contrast the urban and rural life to evolve proper remedies to reduce the divides. PO6: Undertakeresearch oriented experimental studies in the field of Economics PO7: Make effective academic presentations in various academic meets and conferences. PO8: Apply the learnt skills in assessments and other crucial situations for better economic measures.

(12) Faculty of PG Studies in English Programme Outcome PO1: Demonstrate an appropriate level of expertise in literary history, literary theory, and rhetoric PO2: Demonstrate high-level proficiency in literary research and in the synthesis of research PO3: Demonstrate critical and analytical skills in the interpretation and evaluation of literary texts PO4: Reflect a command of written academic English, including the abilities to organise and present material in a cogent fashion, formulate and defend original arguments, employ effectively the language of their discipline and write under time constraints. PO5: Demonstrate competency in teaching English to non native speakers of English
PO6: Show the expertise in linguistics- phonetics, semiotics, Phonology, morphology PO7: Undertake the translation project from English language in to the mother tongues PO8: Undertake independently research projects either survey based or theory based

Program Specific Outcomes:

B. (1) Faculty of Science – Physics Programme Specific Outcomes PSO1: Apply knowledge for developing technology to ease the problems related to the society. PSO2: Understand the physical laws, concerning the motion of bodies, under the influence of system of forces. PSO3: Understand the relationship between matter and energy PSO4: Demonstrate the understanding of the core theories & principles of physics, such as mechanics, electromagnetism, thermodynamics, & quantum mechanics. PSO5: Understand the Concepts, terminologies, methodologies of Physics PSO6: Understand the fundamental theory of nature at small scale & levels of atom & sub-atomic particles PSO7: Relate the structure of atoms & subatomic particles PSO8: Understand physical properties of molecules and crystal structure PSO9: Apply suitable mathematical theories to understand the laws of physics

B.(2) Faculty of Science – Chemistry Programme Specific Outcomes PSO1: Demonstrate a broad understanding of chemistry that provides scientific reasoning and analytical problem solving skills PSO2: Undertake professions in teaching, industries and research PSO3: Conduct independent experiments using modern instruments PSO4: Understand the importance of the periodic table of the elements and its role in organizing chemical information. PSO5: Understand the interdisciplinary nature of chemistry and integrate knowledge of mathematics, physics and other disciplines to a wide variety of chemical problems. PSO6: Undertake research projects independently. PSO7: Articulate the scientific information and research results in both written and oral formats PSO8: Demonstrate professionalism through ethical and social principles

A.(2) Faculty of Arts- English (Core Subject) Programme Specific Outcomes PSO1: Express themselves effectively in a variety of forms. (Specialised Knowledge) PSO2: Identify the salient features of literary texts belonging to British, American, Indian and African literatures. (Specialised Knowledge) PSO3: Use knowledge of literary traditions in interpretation of literature. (Communication Fluency/Applied Learning) PSO4: Demonstrate knowledge of the historical and cultural diversity of the English language. (Specialised Knowledge) PSO5: Possess an awareness of alternatively defined traditions and/or genres, such as women’s literature, postcolonial literature, world literature.
PSO6: Understand texts in their cultural and historical contexts. PSO7: Demonstrate judicious use of secondary material and appropriate documentation PSO8: Demonstrate awareness of different critical approaches. PSO9: Perform competent close readings of texts. PSO10: Develop working knowledge of the principal works, authors, genres, and periods of British literatures.

A.(2) Faculty of Arts- English (Language) Programme Specific Outcomes PSO1: Demonstrate speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills in the English language consistently PSO2: Demonstrate an accurate understanding of linguistic concepts related to the English language, including the fundamentals of phonetics, semantics, and morphology and syntax, as well as basic pragmatic and sociolinguistic aspects. PSO3: Demonstrate awareness of key similarities and differences between the cultural practices and perspectives and those of English language groups and the ability to express divergent cultural viewpoints clearly and accurately in speech and writing. PSO4: Articulate knowledge in different professional contexts through English language. PSO5: Analyze and interpret authentic texts and other cultural products in clearly organised and coherent presentations both in speech and writing in ways that reflect informed understanding of relevant contextual factors, including socio-historical influences and cultural traditions, perspectives, and behavioral patterns. PSO6: Integrate English language proficiencies, intercultural competencies, technology skills, and critical modes of thinking and expression to effectively perform tasks typical of today’s globalised work environment, including professional communications, translation, and project collaboration

A.(1) Faculty of Arts-Economics Programme Specific Outcomes PSO1: Understand basic concepts of economics and able to explain core economic terms, concepts and theories(Critical Thinking Skills) PSO2: Analyze economic behavior in practice (Critical Thinking Skills) PSO3: Demonstrate the ability to employ the “economic way of thinking.” (Critical Thinking Skills) PSO4: Demonstrate awareness of global, historical and institutional forces (Critical Thinking Skills) PSO5: Apply economic theories and concepts to contemporary social issues, as well as formulation and analysis of policy (Critical Thinking Skills) PSO6: Recognize the role of ethical values in economic decisions (Critical Thinking Skills) PSO7: Apply economic theories and concepts to contemporary social issues, as well as formulation and analysis of policy(Skill) PSO8: Utilize data to gain insight into a specific economic relationship.(Quantitative Reasoning Skill) PSO9: Analyze historical and current events from an economic perspective (Analytical Skill) PSO10: Use critical thinking skills within the discipline of economics about economic matters(Critical Thinking Skill)
PSO11: Apply both oral and written communication skills within the discipline (Communication Skill) PSO12: Demonstrate quantitative reasoning skills(Quantitative Reasoning Skill) PSO13: Use critical thinking skills within the discipline of economics about economic matters (Problem Solving Skill)

Course Outcomes:

B. (1) Faculty of Science – Physics Course Outcomes PAPER I Mechanics, Waves & Acoustics, Thermodynamics CO1: Understand the difference between scalars and vectors CO2: Understand the difference between radial and transverse components of velocity and acceleration CO3: Understand the working of a rocket/satellites/satellite launching CO4: Explain the conservation laws of energy and linear and angular momentum and apply them to solve problems CO5: Demonstrate the basics of potentials and fields, central forces and Kepler’s laws CO6: Study the behaviour of rigid body dynamics CO7: Understand the nature of calorimetric by specific heat of solids and law of thermodynamics and entropy CO8: Show familiarity with various thermodynamic process and work done in each of these processes. CO9: Reflect the understanding about Reversible and irreversible process and also working of a Carnot engine

PAPER II Mechanics, Properties of Matter, electric circuits CO1: Understand the negative result of Michelson Morley experiment, Galilean and Lorentz Transformation CO2: Describe the fundamental ideas of special theory of relativity such as length contraction and time dilation and mass –energy invariance CO3: Study of bending behaviour of beams and analyze the expression for young’s modulus CO4: Understand the surface tension and viscosity of fluid CO5: Understand network theorems CO6: Understand the conversion process from thevenin circuit to nortan circuit CO7: Apply maximum power transfer theorem CO8: Understand growth and decay of charge in CR circuit/current in LR circuit CO9: Ability to study ac circuits/resonance circuits

PAPER III Optics-I, Electromagnetism, Electronic devices CO1: Study the electric field using coulomb’s inverse square law in electrostatics of current CO2: Understand the Faradays laws of electromagnetic induction by Rayleigh’s method CO3: Analyse the value of Maxwell equation- boundary conditions CO4: Study the theory and experiment of interference using air wedge, newton’s rings and Michelson interferometer CO5: Understand the basic principle of laser and characteristics CO6: Understand the theory of types of lasers CO7: Understand the current voltage characteristics of semiconductor devices, CO8: Explain the basic concepts of Semiconductor diodes such as junction diode, characteristics, DC load line, Zener diode. etc
CO9: Understand working of rectifier circuits such as Full and half wave rectifiers.

PAPER IV Optics, Photonics & Energy Concern, Analog Electronics CO1: Develop an understanding of the principles of optics. CO2: Study the theory and experimental past of diffraction by Fresnel’s and fraunhoffer methods CO3: Study the theories for production of polarization of light CO4: Understand the application part of optical fibre into communications systems CO5: Show the Qualitative ideas about solar energy, physical principle of conversion of solar energy into heat energy, solar energy harvesting devices like solar cells, solar cookers, solar greenhouses etc. CO6: Demonstrate the ideas about basic principle of wind energy conversion and basic components of wind energy conversion systems CO7: Explain Elementary idea of geothermal energy sources, its applications and method of obtaining energy from biomass CO8: Know about other non-conventional energy sources like Ocean Thermal Energy Resources, Wind energy and Chemical energy resources CO9: Discuss ideal and practical operational amplifier (op amp) their electrical parameters, need for op amp.

PAPER V Atomic Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Astrophysics & Environmental Physics CO1: Use thermal and statistical principles in a wide range of applications. CO2: Apply a variety of mathematical and computer techniques CO3: Use the mathematical tools in solving quantum mechanics problems. CO4: Develop problem solving methods that will include mathematical as well as numerical computations and solutions. CO5: Show familiarity with Blackbody radiation, Ultraviolet catastrophe, Photoelectric effect CO6: Demonstrate a clear knowledge about wave properties of particles, De Broglie waves and its implications on the uncertainty principle CO7: Realise the importance of Cosmic rays and its effects on earth CO8: Show Peripheral ideas about astronomy and astrophysics

PAPER VI Nuclear Physics-1, Condensed Matter Physics-1, Digital Electronics CO1: Explain the clear picture of nuclear composition and various nuclear models. CO2: Articulate the deep knowledge about Radio activity, nuclear Fission and Nuclear Fusion, the relevance of nuclear transformation. CO3: List and explain the different number system. CO4: Understand and explain the conductivity and resistivity of a material CO5: State and explain the different logic gates using truth table. CO6: Analyse and design different adder circuits. CO7: Develop a digital logic and apply it to solve real life problems. CO8: Analyse, design and implement combinational logic circuits. CO9: Analyse, design and implement sequential logic circuits

PAPER VII Molecular Physics, Condensed Matter Physics-2, Quantum Mechanics-2 CO1: Understand basic concepts and mathematical methods of solid state physics. CO2: Explore important connections between theory, experiment, and current applications. CO3: Understand the basic significance of mechanics of a system of particles CO4: Understand uses of X rays and use of X rays in the study of crystal structure CO5: Perform the theories of quantum mechanics into Schrödinger wave equation CO6: Understand the application of Schrödinger equation into potential well, barrier CO7: Analyse the basic functions of Eigen values and Eigen functions

PAPER VIII Nuclear Physics-2, Nuclear Physics-3, Communication Electronics CO1: Understand the working of nuclear detectors and counters CO2: Become familiar with nuclear particles and different particle accelerators. CO3: Develop and communicate analytical skills in subatomic physics. CO4: Sketch and explain the basic block of communication system. CO5: State the principles of modulation and explain the different modulation techniques. CO6: Describe the theory and operation of radio systems and super heterodyne receivers. CO7: Use of different modulation and demodulation techniques used in analog communication CO8: Compare and contrast design issues, advantages, disadvantages and limitations of analog communication systems CO9: Understand GSM, CDMA concepts, architecture, frame structure, system capacity and services.

B.(2) Faculty of Science – Chemistry Semester I Chemistry Paper I Course Outcomes CO1: Understand the basics of analytical methods and chromatographic techniques. CO2: Describe quantitatively the molecular structure of solids relating their properties to the forces and distances. CO3: Understand the concept of rate of change associated with a given chemical reaction and its measurement. CO4: Explain the basics of hybridization, shapes of organic molecules and criteria for aromaticity. CO5: Describe the fundamental techniques of predicting mechanism of organic reactions. CO6: Understand and practice safe handling of chemicals and environmental issues. CO7: Carryout the experiments, record data and analyse the results.

Semester II Chemistry Paper II CO1: Explain the types as well as physical and chemical properties of solvents. CO2: Understand the general characteristics and properties of s and p block elements.
CO3: Describe different types of molecular velocities and conditions for liquefaction of gases CO4: Differentiate between structures of solids, liquids and gases, and determination of physical properties of liquids and compounds. CO5: Differentiate between the physical and chemical properties of alkenes, dienes and alkynes. CO6: Learn analytical skills involved in volumetric analysis.

Semester III Chemistry Paper III CO1: Distinguish between the properties of first, second and third group transition elements. CO2: Understand the concept of lanthanides, actinides and biological role of alkali and alkaline earth metals. CO3: Understand the principles of thermodynamics and its applications to physical and chemical systems. CO4: Describe the chemistry of alcohols, phenols, ethers and epoxides. CO5: Demonstrate the Skills of predicting the mechanism of named organic reactions. CO6: Analyse the radicals present in inorganic salt mixtures.

Semester IV Chemistry Paper IV CO1: Describe the concept of nomenclature, EAN rule, isomerism and theory of coordination compounds. CO2: Explain the relationship between colligative properties and molecular weight of solutes. CO3: Understand the chemistry of colloids and their applications in daily life. CO4: Understand the basic idea of principles of green chemistry. CO5: Describe the elementary concepts of stereochemistry. CO6: Practice the skills of determination of physical properties of organic compounds.

Semester V Chemistry Paper V CO1: Describe CFT and VBT of transition metal complexes and their applications. CO2: Understand the basic terminology of phase equilibrium and chemical equilibrium CO3: Apply the techniques of synthesis and mechanism of carboxylic acids and nitro compounds. CO4: Compare the physical and chemical properties of class of organic compounds. CO5: Apply and practice skills of gravimetric estimations. Chemistry Paper VI CO1: Undertake the Characterisation of organic molecules using different spectroscopic techniques. CO2: Understand the basic principles of different types of molecular spectroscopy and Applications.
CO3: Apply spectral data in the determination of structure of organic compounds CO4: Explain basic aspects of carbohydrates, synthetic polymers, dyes and organo metallic Compounds.

Semester VI Chemistry paper VII CO1: Provide the knowledge of magnetic properties, electronic spectra, thermodynamic and kinetic aspects of metal complexes. CO2: Understand the basic concepts of photochemistry and quantum mechanics. CO3: Explain the biological importance and functions of amino acids, peptides, proteins, and nucleic acids. CO4: Describe the structural aspects, synthesis and chemical properties of heterocyclic compounds. CO5: Conduct independent experiments using modern instruments.

Chemistry Paper VIII CO1: Explain the steps involved in the manufacture of cement, glass, refractories and their industrial importance. CO2: Describe thedetermination of emf of different types electrochemical cells and its applications CO3: Understand the mechanism of radiochemical reactions and extent of radiolysis CO4: Understand the importance of chemicals used in our daily life like drugs, oils, fats, detergents, soaps, vitamins and hormones. CO5: Understand the fundamentals of chemistry of natural products.

A.(2) Faculty of Arts- English (Core Subject) I Semester Optional English A.(2) Faculty of Arts- English (Language)

CO1: Show the knowledge of formation of English nation and the Renaissance and Reformation movements in England and English literature CO2: Identify the influence of Greek and Italian culture and Literature on English and Literature CO3: Reflect the primary knowledge of Anglo Saxon period and literature and Chaucerian poetry. CO4: Interpret the texts in terms of the development of literature in the Renaissance period. CO5: Write and speak on the Shakespearean poetry, plays and the contribution of poets like Spencer, Sidney also on the development of prose literature, especially the genre of Essayin English.

II Semester Optional English CO1: Reflect the understanding of the post – Shakespearean/Renaissance development in English Literature. CO2: Show thorough knowledge of the chronologically the ideas of ages/periods. CO3: Identify and interpret the new literary genres and their growth. Use the understanding of the political, religious Movements like Puritanism and its impact while interpreting the texts CO4: Speak about the nature of Restoration/ Commonwealth/Augustan age in English CO5: Use appropriately the literary terms and concepts in the interpretation literary works of the period

Paper III Romantic and Victorian Age – The 19th Century CO1: Show familiarity with the political, social and literary background of the 19th Century. CO2: Distinguish the Romantic Literature from the previous literatures. CO3: Show understanding about the importance of fictional and non fictional literature of the time. CO4: Comprehend and use the concepts of Romantic Imagination and Poetic Diction used by the Romantic writers. CO5: Analyse the socio economic and literary aspects of Victorian Literature

Paper IVThe 20th Century Literature CO1: Show the their acquaintance with the 20th century literature that has an unprecedented influence of social political, economic and scientific development. CO2: Express the knowledge in writing as well as speaking about the improvisations made on the existing literary genre during the 20th century in terms of style and theme. CO3: Appreciate the modern sensibilities such as modernity represented in various literary texts. CO4: Assess the growth of English Literature from the Renaissance to the 20th Century. CO5: Distinguish between Literature in English and the British English Literature.

V Semester Indian Writing in English CO1: Identify the Indian writers, poets, essayists, playwrights from their writings. CO2: Trace the history of Indian English Literature, its origin and development CO3: Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the reformation movement in India and the role played by Rammohan Roy, Derozio, Brahmo Samaj, Rama Krishna Paramahamsa, Vivekananda. CO4: Analyse Dattani’s play Final Solutions in view of conflict of communal issues in the backdrop of IndiaPakistan partition. CO5: critically interpret Indian Women literature- poems of Kamala Das, Nissim Ezekiel, Tagore and the novel Binding Vine

V Semester Modern Fiction CO1: Identify the dystopian fiction and interpret the text appropriately CO2: Analyse texts in the post colonial periods CO3: Use the literary terms and concepts while writing of oral communications CO4: Express better sensibilities in different social situations

VI Semester New Literatures CO1: Read and interpret independently foreign literatures. CO2: Analyse African Political system of the time/ post world war condition in Japan in the plays and novels of Africa and other colonised countries CO3: Demonstrate the deep insight into Old and New order which affected Gabriel Okara. CO4: Assess and appreciate the poems of Afro American/ Iranian poets. CO5: Contextualise the texts in the cultural, literary and historical background/ movements of various countries.

V1 Semester Literary Criticism CO1: Express the familiarity to literary criticism CO2: Analyse literary texts from different perspectives CO3: Demonstrate expertise in reading literary texts closely CO4: Apply the terms, concepts , literary devises while appreciating texts. I Sem BA/BSc/BCom CO1: Narratean experience with descriptive detail. CO2: Elicit information and show respect for the views of others. CO3: Make Academic or professional presentations in front of public CO4: Demonstrate the skills of using Dictionaries, references and other materials in public discourses

II Sem BA/BSc/BCom CO1: Identify various narrative techniques such as expository, descriptive and narrative literary texts. CO2: Use formal, informal, expository, descriptive, narrative, argumentative and persuasive skills CO3: Use skills such as Skimming and scanning in reading comprehension CO4: Review a literary text, a situation, a work and articulate the observation

III Sem BA/BSc/BCom CO1: Critically assess ideas in seen and unseen passages. CO2: Interpret details and express ideas coherently. CO3: Analyse characteristics of the language like tones, pronunciation etc. CO4: Decode divergent attitude of different individuals and analyse texts

IV Sem BA/BSc/BCom CO1: Critically interpret literary texts.
CO2: Demonstrate the reading skills with improved accent, style of presentation, intonation, and emphasis. CO4: Write effectively correspondence letters .

Interface 1-I Sem BBM /BCA CO1: Show the ability to use language skills in academic and public presentations CO2: Demonstrate the interview skills through holding interviews of VIPs CO3 Reflect Presentation Skills CO4: Demonstrate writing, reading, listening and speaking skills CO5: Identify pronunciation signs and symbols and use while speaking

Interface 1I Semester BBM /BCA CO1: Articulate on business topics and concepts CO2: Handle business situations successfully CO3: Categorise and use formal and informal registers CO4: Write business letters

ADDITIONAL ENGLISH I SEM CO1: Demonstrate a critical awareness of specific phases of life like love and marriage. CO2: Develop the reading and comprehending skills CO3: Reflect the enhanced writing skills of students by various specific tasks CO4: Show a better cultural and social awareness.

II SEM CO1: Demonstrate a critical awareness of education and travel CO2: Develop the reading and comprehending skills CO3: Show higher level of writing skills. CO4: Show a better cultural and social awareness.

III SEM CO1: Identify new variety of Indian and foreign texts CO2: Show improved reading and comprehending skills CO3: Perform better through the enhanced the writing skills CO4: Conduct himself in a dignified manner because of his better cultural and social awareness

IV SEM CO1: Demonstrate a critical understanding of society, science and environment. CO2: Apply the ideas appropriately through his enhanced reading and comprehending skills of variety of texts. CO3: Show the improved writing skills in writing as well as oral communications . CO4: Strive to develop a better cultural and social conditions.
A (1) Faculty of Arts-Economics Course Outcomes Title of the Paper: MICROECONOMICS CO1: Understand basic micro economic theories with graphical illustrations CO2: Apply micro economic theories and concepts to contemporary social issues, as well as formulation and analysis of policy CO3: Develop the skills of analysis and application of the principles to the real world problems. CO4: Understand how factor market works, illustrate basic tools in welfare economics, and illustrate the concept of social welfare functions and compensation principles. CO5: Provide the foundation for the study of other branches of economics. CO6: Enable the students to appreciate the utility of economics in day – to day life.

Title of the Paper: MACRO ECONOMICS Course Outcomes CO1: Understand basic macro-economic theories with graphical illustrations CO2: Apply macro-economic theories and concepts to contemporary social issues, as well as formulation and analysis of policy CO3: Develop the skills of analysis and application of the principles to the real world problems. CO4: Help the student to understand the integrated working of a modern economy. CO5: Enable the students to appreciate the role of government in the economic functioning of a nation.

Title of the Paper: MONETARY ECONOMICS Course Outcomes CO1: Understand basic monetary economic theories CO2: Apply monetary-economic theories and concepts to contemporary social issues, as well as formulation and analysis of policy CO3: Develop the skills of analysis and application of the monetary principles to the real world problems. CO4: Help the student to understand the integrated working of a modern economy in the global context CO5: Enable to critically analyse the role of Central Bank in the functioning of modern economy

Title of the Paper: International Trade and Public Finance Course Outcomes CO1: Understand basic international economic theories CO2: Apply trade theories and concepts to contemporary economic issues CO3: Develop the skills of analysis and application of the trade theories and policies to the real world problems. Show the importance of maintaining equilibrium in the balance of payments and suggests suitable measures to correct disequilibrium as well CO4: Help the student to understand the integrated working of a modern economy in the global context CO5: Enable the students to apply the knowledge gained from the study of micro and macroeconomics in the field of international economics.
CO6: Be aware of the changes in the composition as well as direction of foreign trade after international trade and know the causes and effects of deficits in the balance of payments, measures adopted to correct the deficits and identify the need for having trade reforms.

Title of the Paper: ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS Course Outcomes CO1: Understand basic environmental economic issues CO2: Understanding and addressing complex environmental issues from a problemoriented, interdisciplinary perspective. CO3: Develop the skills of analysis and application of the theories and policies to the real world problems. Realize the importance and influence of environment on the economy including the quality of manpower. Arouse their feelings to make cleaner environment so as to achieve harmonious development. CO4: Help students to understand how economic concepts and ideologies are used to enable or justify environmental damage. Demonstrate the scientific management of waste materials; realize the role and importance of individuals to keep the environment clean. CO5: Enable the students to apply the knowledge gained from the study of micro and macroeconomics in the field of environmental economics. Understand the causes and victims of environmental pollution like poverty, population explosion, and over-use of resources, careless or unscientific dump/management of wastes. CO6: Suggest appropriate measures to correct environmental degradation, aware of those ingredients such as healthy climate, quality of human beings, domestic and other natural habitats and biodiversity levels, productivity and productions, sustainability, etc. are all influenced by environment.

Title of the Paper: MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS Course Outcomes CO1: Understand useful set of tools for analysing the world and aiding decision making by managers and policy-makers. CO2: Provides an overview of many of these tools and of the insights that can be obtained with them, concentrating on those most relevant to business managers.CO3: Develop the skills of analysis and application of the theories and policies to the real world problems. CO4: Help students to apply economic principles and methodologies to key management decisions within organizations. CO5: Enable the students to apply the knowledge gained from the study of micro and macroeconomics in the field of managerial economics.

Title of the Paper: INDIAN ECONOMICS Course Outcomes CO1: Develop ideas of the basic characteristics of Indian economy, its potential on natural resources. CO2: Understand the importance, causes and impact of population growth and its distribution, translate and relate them with economic development. CO3: Grasp the importance of planning undertaken by the government of India, have knowledge on the various objectives, failures and achievements as the foundation of the ongoing planning and economic reforms taken by the government.
CO4: Understand agriculture as the foundation of economic growth and development, analyse the progress and changing nature of agricultural sector and its contribution to the economy as a whole. CO5: Enable the students to apply the knowledge gained from the study of micro and macroeconomics in the field of Indian economics.

Title of the Paper: DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS Course Outcomes CO1: Demonstrate familiarity with some central themes and issues of economic development. CO2: Demonstrate the understanding of the difference between growth and development, major growth theories, the measurement of inequality, significance of agriculture in developing countries, poverty and population issues facing the world, international trade, and importance of foreign aid. CO3: Analyse empirical evidence on the patterns of economic development. CO4: will have the knowledge and skills to critically evaluate economic problems of developing countries and to effectively participate in the contemporary policy debate on development priorities and policy reforms in these countries CO5: Enable the students to apply the knowledge gained from the study of micro and macroeconomics in the field of development economics.

A.(1.1) Faculty of Arts-Rural Development Title of the Paper: Rural Development in India Course Outcomes CO1: Understand basic economic problems affecting rural areas CO2: Apply theories and concepts to contemporary social issues, as well as formulation and analysis of policy CO3: Develop the skills of analysis and application of the principles to the real world problems. CO4: Enable the students to appreciate need for rural development in India CO5: Understand efforts made for rural development

Title of the Paper: Rural Economy of India Course Outcomes CO1: Understand basic issues in the rural economy CO2: Apply theories and various concepts to contemporary social issues, as well as formulation and analysis of policy CO3: Develop the skills of analysis and application of the principles to the real world problems. CO4: Understand important problems and hurdles for development in rural economies CO5: Provide the foundation for the study of rural issues in the context of LPG CO6: Enable the students to appreciate the importance of agriculture, artisans and rural entrepreneurs in RD

Title of the Paper: Rural Institutions of India – I Course Outcomes CO1: Understand basic rural society and social, educational and cooperative institutions.
CO2: Apply economic concepts to contemporary social issues, as well as formulation and analysis of policy CO3: Develop the skills of analysis and application of the principles to the real world problems. CO4: Understand rural educational issues, Problems of Schedule Castes, Tribes, Women, Children and agricultural labour and the measures taken to solve them.

Title of the Paper: Rural Institutions of India – II Course Outcomes CO1: Understand basics of Panchyatraj and other taluk and district level Institutions as well as NGOs and credit institutions CO2: Apply micro economic theories and concepts to contemporary social issues, as well as formulation and analysis of policy CO3: Develop the skills of analysis and application of the principles to the real world problems. CO4: Understand Problems of differently abled, alcoholism and the measures taken to solve them.

Title of the Paper: Rural Development Programmes in India Course Outcomes CO1: Understand important rural development Programmes in India CO2: Apply development theories and concepts to contemporary social issues, as well as formulation and analysis of policy CO3: Develop the skills of analysis and application of the principles to the real world problems. CO4: Understand the role of ICTs, NABARD and rural entrepreneurship in Rural development CO5: Provide the foundation for the study of other branches of development economics.

Title of the Paper: RURAL MANAGEMENT Course Outcomes CO1: Acquaint the students with the basic principles underlying concepts and techniques of modern management and their application in rural management CO2: understand and acquire skills in diagnosing and solving management problems in development management CO3: Develop the skills of analysis and application of the principles to the real world problems. CO4: Develop skills in planning, building and managing organizations in rural areas CO5: Develop consultancy skills in rural management CO6: Enlarge the outlook and vision of participants about the larger background and context of rural management and their practical process.

Title of the Paper: Rural Development Methods Course Outcomes CO1: Understand latest concepts of rural development CO2: Apply various techniques that are used in Rural development activities CO3: Develop the skills of analysis and application of the principles to the real world problems. CO4: Understand how rural development activities are evolved and critically examine its achievements
CO5: Enable the students to appreciate various development methods of community organisation CO6: Evaluate the performance of SHGs in rural empowerment CO7: Able to formulate research problem, data collection, and data processing: Classification, coding, tabulation and analysis

Title of the Paper: Techniques of Rural Community Work Course Outcomes CO1: Understand basics of financial inclusion CO2: Develop the skills of analysis and application of the principles to the real world problems. CO3: Understand important methods of peoples participation in development CO4: Provide the foundation for effective communication and public speaking skills. CO5: Enable the students to appreciate the utility of various methods of communication in rural development