|1||Apply their foundations in software engineering to adapt to readily changing environments using the appropriate theory, principles, and processes|
|2||Demonstrate the ability to work effectively as a team member and/or leader in an ever-changing professional environment|
|3||Be able to elicit, analyze and specify software requirements through a productive working relationship with various stakeholders of a software development project;|
|4||Be able to function effectively as a team member|
|5||Understanding professional, ethical and social responsibility of a software engineer|
|6||Be able to use Unified Modeling Language in software specification documents|
|CO1||the ability to analyze, design, verify, validate, implement, apply, and maintain software systems.|
|CO2||an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.|
|CO3||How to apply the software engineering lifecycle by demonstrating competence in communication, planning, analysis, design, construction, and deployment|
|CO4||An ability to work in one or more significant application domains|
|CO5||Work as an individual and as part of a multidisciplinary team to develop and deliver quality software|
|CO6||Demonstrate an understanding of and apply current theories, models, and techniques that provide a basis for the software lifecycle|
|CO7||Demonstrate an ability to use the techniques and tools necessary for engineering practice|
- Teacher: NOOR UNISA
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: NAGENDRA KUMAR GOLLAPUDI
§ To become familiar with the architecture and Instruction set of Intel 8085 microprocessor.
§ To provide practical hands on experience with Assembly Language Programming.
§ To familiarize the students with interfacing of various peripheral devices with 8085 microprocessor.
§ To understand techniques for faster execution of instructions and improve speed of operation and performance of microprocessors.
CO1: The students will be able to describe the general architecture of a microcomputer system and architecture &organization of 8085 microprocessor
CO2: The students will be able to understand 8085 microprocessor kit, knowledge of 8085 instruction set and ability to utilize it in assembly language programming.
CO3: The students will be able to understand real mode Memory addressing and ability to interface various devices to the microprocessor
CO4: The students will be able to understand the architecture and operation of Programmable Interface Devices and realize the programming & interfacing of it with 8085 microprocessor.
CO6: The students will be able to understand the difference between 8085 and advanced microprocessor
- Teacher: SOWJANYA D
|CO1||To get an overview of Indian Economy.|
|CO2||To make the students acquainted with the latest developments in the Economy.|
|CO3||Students will come across with the problems and success of LPG Policy|
|CO4||Know the positive and negative impacts of LPG.|
|CO5||Students will know and understand nations problems|
|CO6||Learn the measures to solve the problems of the nation.|
|After completion of this unit, students will be able to: Understand and Explain an overview of Indian Economy. Understand and Explain the latest developments take place in our economy.|
|After completion of this unit, students will be able to: Understand and Explain the concepts of LPG with Examples. Understand and Explain tie problems and measures of Poverty and Unemployment.|
- Teacher: VINOD PATTATHIL