Program Educational Objectives (PEO)
The educational objectives are long term goals set for our students. The Bachelor of engineering specialised in Information technology has three educational objectives. Our programs are designed to prepare students for achieving these objectives after four to five years of their graduation.
Graduate Information Technology Engineers will be able:
PEO 1: To establish themselves in their chosen career paths by utilising technical and professional skills with ethical standards
PEO 2: To contribute in the development of the ethical practises, societal contributions, and leading to responsible and competent professionals.
PEO 3: To demonstrate personal growth by pursuing higher studies, professional development courses, and /or engineering certification.
Program Outcomes (PO)
The students in the Information Technology course will attain:
PO 1: Engineering Knowledge – apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering to solve the real life problems using engineering principles.[I]
PO 2: Problem Analysis – identify, analyse and formulate Information Technology related problem and conduct new experiments.[I]
PO 3:Design/development of Solutions – design appropriate solution using IT tools to meet desired needs within realistic constraints. [III]
PO 4: Conduct investigations of complex problems – design and conduct experiments to interpret data and analyse the results.[I,IIII]
PO 5: Modern Tool Usage – use modern tools for engineering practices.[II]
PO 6: The engineer and society – Understand the impact of an engineer in general and to assess societal, safety, health, legal, and cultural issues.[I,II,III]
PO 7: Environment and Sustainability – understand the need and impact of information technology solutions on environment and its sustainability.[I,III]
PO 8: Ethics – take professional decision with a sense of ethical responsibility. [I]
PO 9: Individual and team work – function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in multidisciplinary and/or cross cultural teams. [I]
PO 10: Communication – communicates effectively and design documentation. [I,II]
PO 11: Project Management and Finance – apply engineering and management principles in day-today life while managing projects in multidisciplinary environment. [I,II]
PO 12: Life-Long Learning – adapt to life-long learning process in the continually changing technological context.
Program Specific Outcomes(PSO)
After completion of the graduation in Information Technology, the student will be able to do the following:
PSO 1: Successfully complete internships offered by industries or other institutes of repute.
PSO 2: Plan, design, document and develop applications using cutting edge technologies to address individual and organizational needs.
PSO 3: To arrive at a solution of the problem, and work in team to develop IT projects using project management techniques.