Course Objective:
The objective of this course is to empower students to apply the concepts of software engineering in coherent manner to real life problems 
Course Outcomes:-
Students are expected to demonstrate:
CO1. How to apply the software engineering life cycle by demonstrating competence in communication,
     planning, analysis, design, construction, and deployment of a software system
CO2. an ability to design,analyze and interpret data.
CO3. an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs of a customer.
CO4. an ability to identify, formulate, and solve user end problems.
CO5. an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
CO6. the ability to analyze, design, verify, validate, implement, apply, and maintain software systems.


Rules of the Classroom/Lab: • English will be the medium of instruction and expression during the session
• Must be in the classroom within 5 minutes from the start time of the session
• Any clarification required on any topic must be communicated through email
• An observation book to be maintained for the lab work
Lab work StarUML for dataflow diagrams and UML diargrams
Any two case studies from the practical question bank
Reference for StarUML : - https://media.readthedocs.org/pdf/staruml/latest/staruml.pdf
Assignment Schedule Sample questions will be given at the end of each unit. Students must submit the answers of those questions within a weeks’ time
These assigments are not for evaluation. These assignments does not carry any marks

Prerequisites:

Before starting this course the students are expected to: 

Þ    know the concepts of probability and sampling techniques

Learning Objectives:

Understand how a control chart is used to detect assignable causes

Construct and interpret control charts for variables

Construct and interpret control charts for attributes

Construct single and double sampling plans

Understand the role of probability in systems reliability

LearningOutcomes:

At the end of the course, the student should be able to:

CO 1: Understand the concepts of quality control.

CO 2: Understand the concepts of  process control and product control.

CO 3: Demonstrate the ability to design, use, and interpret control charts for variables.

CO 4: Demonstrate the ability to design, use, and interpret control charts for attributes.

CO 5: Explain the process of acceptance sampling and describe the use of operating characteristic (OC) curves

 CO 6: Construct reliability of a system in parallel, series connections

Student learning outcomes will be evaluated based on quizzes, class tests, question and answer sessions at the beginning of every class, assignment and exams