Vision Statement:
To provide exceptional engineering education with research and innovative environment, to transform students into ethical, proficient engineers and visionary leaders, at national and global levels.

Mission Statement:
The College of Engineering (CoE) provides high quality learning to undergraduate programs in Electrical, Avionics and Mechatronics Engineering encompassing a wide range of related disciplines to provide research, innovative and leadership qualities. The college is providing students with outstanding education to prepare them not only to transcend in their professional careers but also to take the role of visionary leaders of the society, with critical and rationalized thinking.

Program Educational Objectives:
1. The graduates will apply their education to solve unseen problems encountered in modern engineering practice. They will model, design and experimentally analyze the components or systems relating to the national and international industry.
2. The graduates will compete proactively in industry and academia providing a visionary leadership to match the pace of the rapidly changing world of technology.
3. The graduates will use their knowledge and skills to effectively contribute towards the betterment of global community while adhering to high ethical standards.

Program Learning Outcomes:
[PLO1 ] Application of Knowledge [C3] An ability to apply knowledge of math, science and engineering to solve challenging engineering problems.
[PLO2] Problem Analysis [C4] An ability to use fundamentals of engineering sciences for problem identification, followed by thorough analysis and literature review, thereby resulting in meaningful conclusions.
[PLO3] Design and Development of Solutions [C3, C6] An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired requirement within realistic constraints.
[PLO4] Data Analysis and Evaluation [C4, C5] An ability to correlate and interpret the data in a methodical way resulting in the synthesis of information leading to substantial results.
[PLO5] Contemporary Tools [C3] An ability to select and employ appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modeling, to complex engineering problems, thereby understanding the scope of the entire exercise.
[PLO6] Project Management and Leadership [C4, C5] An ability to exercise management skills for planning, executing and completing a project within the time and cost constraints.
[PLO7] Team Work [C3, C5] An ability to employ soft skills needed to actuate teamwork. This also incorporates an understanding of cultural diversity in a networked economy for achieving organizational goals through shared vision.
[PLO8 ] Professional Ethics [C2] An ability to embrace the personal, organizational and corporate standards of conduct expected from the professionals and use it for the cause of humanity. An ability to make ethical decisions in the wake of technological boom changing the face of global economy.
[PLO9] Communication Skills [C3] An ability to communicate effectively in oral and in written speech using technical writing and documentation detailing skills for interaction with multi-cultural communities and societies at large.
[PLO10 ] Lifelong Learning [C1, C6] An ability to harness, through practical examples, the benefits of lifelong learning to meet the challenges of the rapidly changing, fast-paced technological world.
[PLO11] Social Responsibilities [C5, C6] An ability to understand and feel the responsibility of the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental and societal context.

Mapping between PLOs and PEOs

PLO/PEO PEO:1 PEO:2 PEO:3
PLO:1
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PLO:11