CO1: To compose students understand about the meaning and significance of Law&
Business Law of India
CO2: To prepare every commerce students learn about different types of Acts applicable to
CO3: To make students aware about the Sale, Agreement to Sell, Goods, Types of Goods and
the essence of conditions and warranties in contract of sale
CO4: To analyze the vital role on redressal of consumer grievances) through multi-layer of
Consumer Forums at various levels (National, State and District) under Consumer Protection
CO5: To acquaint students with the norms and procedure to register for the various
Intellectual Property Rights like Trade Marks, Patents, Copy Rights, Trade Secrets and
CO6: To learn about IPR’s infringements cause serious punishments under various IPR Acts
CO7: To understand the various norms followed in Management of Companies like
Appointment/Removal/Duties of Directors/Board of Directors, conducting valid Meetings
and appropriate Resolutions under Company Act
CO8: To discern the various modes of winding up of company among students and interpret
the consequences of winding up of the company on various stakeholders
CO9: To sense a one stop solution of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code Act, 2016
CO10: To develop a sense of moral judgments among students through assimilation of
various above Acts
Mobile phones must be kept away from visibility and on Complete Silent mode during lecture sessions, unless otherwise stated by the faculty. Student(s) found violating the rule will be suspended from the on-going session instantly and attendance will be denied.
Students are not allowed in the classroom without calculators for all accounts, income tax, and other numeric subjects (like Business Statistics). Non – adherence or sharing of calculators will lead to suspension from the on-going session and denial of attendance for the subject.
Students must carry the prescribed textbook/study material(for accounts, income tax, English and other numeric subjects like Business Statistics) in the class. Sharing of Textbooks/study material is not allowed and non adherence of the rule will lead to suspension from the on-going session and denial of attendance.
-Noise in Classroom in the presence of teachers :
Such behavior will be strictly dealt with.
-Sleeping in lecture sessions :
Strictly not allowed. Will lead to suspension from the on-going session.
-Late entry in classrooms is not permitted.
First hour – up to 8:35 am
Subsequent lectures – up to 5 minutes of commencement of class-Offensive language and misconduct in classrooms will not be tolerated in any case. Students will be put through the Discipline Committee. Any such incidents against faculty especially will lead to immediate suspension from classes until meeting with parents.
- Teacher: Priyanka S
The objective of this course is to provide a classroom and laboratory environment that enables students to develop basic skills in procedure-oriented and object oriented programming and to gain experience in the C and C++ programming. This course will help the student to gain
· Appreciate and learn the fundamentals and advanced C concepts.
· Getting introduced to object oriented concepts.
· Effortless interpretation Skills involved in programming.
· Ease with programming and Error Handling.
· Overall enhanced programming skills and the ability to apply it.
Each Student is expected to possess the following caliber individually after successful completion of the course.
CO1 To understand how C++ improves C with object-oriented features.
CO2 To learn the syntax and semantics of the C,C++ programming language.
CO3 Clarity in differentiating Procedure Oriented and Object Oriented Principles.
CO4 Ability to describe and implement object oriented concepts.
CO5 Competency for implementing C,C++ programming tasks.
CO6 Proficient enough to understand any object oriented language.
CO7 Confidence to exhibit the acquired concepts in terms of the seminar, group discussion, and programming challenges.
CO8 To learn how containment and inheritance promote code reuse in C++.
- Teacher: KAYAL Padmanandam
DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
III YEAR VI Semester
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS (IPR)
Mr. M.Satya Swaroop Roy, Assistant professor
This course offers an understanding into IPRs. It focuses on Infringement of IPR and its remedies.
CO1:The student will gain an insight about the different kinds of Intellectual Property along with their economic importance.
CO2:The student will be able to demonstrate
knowledge and understanding of the
appropriate procedures for obtaining intellectual property protection.
students will be able to differentiate between Trade Marks and Patents
and their registration process.
CO4:The student will be able to understand
the legal and practical steps needed to
ensure that intellectual property rights remain valid and enforceable.
- Teacher: SATYA SWAROOP ROY
DSC 203 COURSE OUTCOMES:
After the completion of the Course the students are:
CO1: Well acquainted with the meaning and classification of Indian Banking and Financial Services.
CO2: Will have comprehension on the various functions of banks and NBFCs in India.
CO4: Develop analytical skills to understand the vital role of negotiable instruments of India.
C05: Develop a practical insight of applying loans with the bank.
CO6: Have a Conceptual understanding of fund based and non fund based financial services
CO7: Become familiar with the terminology in financial services and the challenges in the sector.
CO8: Understand the role of Merchant banks in India.
C10: Enhance basic learning concepts in the financial services sector.
- Teacher: SRI LAKSHMI RAMU
Solid geometry is that subsection of geometry that deals with figures in three-dimensional space. It is divided into two subsections: plane geometry, geometry dealing with figures in a plane, and solid geometry, geometry dealing with solids in three-dimensional space. Solid geometry is sometimes called three-dimensional Euclidean geometry and deals with solids, such as spheres, cones, cylinders and conicoid in three-dimensional space.
- Teacher: DAYANANDA BABU V