Courses Outcomes

Courses Outcomes (COs)

RCA-101 Computer Concepts & Principals of Programming

  1. Understand the basic programming concept.
  2. Understand the need of object oriented concepts.
  3. Understand the basics of advance programming tools.
  4. Understand the need for new device programming concepts.

RCA102 Accounting & Financial Management

  1. Understand the fundamentals of accounting and accounting standards.
  2. Students will be able to prepare final accounts.
  3. Students will be able to apply depreciation policies for different assets.
  4. Students will be able to analyze financial statements.
  5. Students will be able to prepare fund flow and cash flow statement.

RCA-103 Discrete Mathematics

  1. Apply basic mathematical techniques to solve discrete structural problems.
  2. Apply the mathematical properties to solve the boolean algebra, formal language of propositional logic and predicate logic
  3. Identify the formal logical arguments, propositional logic and predicate logic in the real world applications.
  4. Identify and illustrate recursive functions, recurrence relations and generating functions in a formal mathematical manner.

RCA 104 Computer Organization & Architecture

  1. To understand the fundamentals of Computer Organization and Architecture.
  2. To understand the memory organization of computer system.
  3. To understand the various mapping scheme in computer system.
  4. To understand the role of various types of computer instructions and use them for solving problems.
  5. To describe a typical I/O interface and apply a combination of hardware and software to address a problem.

RCA105 Professional Communication

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RCA-201 Computer Based Numerical & Statistical Techniques

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RCA202 Data Structures

  1. Apply the knowledge of data structure concepts and the various algorithms while designing and developing software and some hardware.
  2. Choose the appropriate data structure and algorithm design method for a specified application.
  3. To understand the basic knowledge of static and dynamic approach in designing data structure.
  4. To understand the knowledge of Tree concepts and the various algorithms while designing data.

RCA203 Introduction to Automata Theory & Languages

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RCA204 Innovation & Entrepreneurship

  1. Students will understand the concept of innovation and entrepreneurship.
  2. Students will be able to understand the importance of Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Development in Economic growth.
  3. Students will be able to identify the entrepreneurial opportunity.
  4. Students will understand the Role of Government in promoting Entrepreneurship, MSME policy in India.
  5. Students will be able to prepare a project report.

RHU001 Human Values & Professional Ethics

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RCA 301 Operating Systems

  1. Demonstrate understanding of the concepts, structure and design of operating Systems.
  2. Describe the basic components of an operating system and their role in implementations for general purpose, real-time, and embedded applications.
  3. To apply the knowledge of various software and hardware synchronization tools for solving critical section problem in concurrent processes.
  4. Apply the concepts of process, memory and file management, concurrency control, deadlock handling with various modern operating systems like Linux, Windows, Mac etc.

RCA302 Web Technology

  1. Analyze a web page and identify its elements and attributes.
  2. Apply the role of languages like HTML, CSS, XHTML, JavaScript and protocols in the workings of web and web applications.
  3. Able to implement validation rules using Java Script.
  4. Apply the role of languages like DHTML, JavaScript and implementation of PHP Language.
  5. Able to understand the working of MYSQL with PHP.
  6. Able to understand the concept of WWW, HTTP protocol and designing principle of Web.

RCA-303 Design & Analysis of Algorithms

  1. Understand and remember the complexity of certain sorting algorithms.
  2. Understand and remember the complexity of advance data structures.
  3. Illustrate the dynamic and greedy concepts.
  4. Implement the approximation and randomization techniques.

RCA304 Computer Based Optimization Techniques

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RCA 305 Cyber Security

  1. Analyze the critical characteristics of information security.
  2. Able to plan security and contingency strategies.
  3. Analyze the security threats and managing the secure electronic transactions.
  4. Able to understand the Cyber Laws and procedures.

RCA 401 Database Management Systems

  1. State the importance of DBMS and fundamental elements of Database Management System.
  2. Understanding the concept of relational data model and master the basics of SQL.
  3. Apply design principles for logical design of databases, including normalization approach.
  4. Identify the basic issues of transaction processing system and distributed database system.
  5. Role of concurrency control techniques in DBMS.

RCA 402 Computer Networks

  1. To be able to understand the basic concepts of Computer Networks and identify its applications.
  2. To analyze the Error Correction and Detection Methods for data communication.
  3. Enumerate the layers of the OSI model and TCP/IP. Explain the function(s) of each layer.
  4. Understand and building the IP skills of subnetting and routing mechanisms.

RCA 403 Artificial Intelligence

  1. To be able to understand the basic concepts of AI and identify its applications.
  2. To be able to analyze the various searches.
  3. To be able to understand the basic concepts of searching for solution.
  4. To be able to represent knowledge and understand the reasoning.
  5. To understand the AI impacts on Pattern recognition
  6. To learn about various AI applications and their impact on today’s society

RCA-404 Compiler Design

  1. To understand the fundamentals of Compilation Process.
  2. To describe and understand the lexical analysis process of a compiler.
  3. To describe and understanding the parsing Techniques to parse the given string
  4. To describe and understanding the semantic and intermediate generation phases of compilation

RCA-E12 Client-Server Computing

  1. Understand the concept of client-server development and learn problem solving skills through design scenarios for network environment.
  2. To Define the underlying concepts in client server development using common access databases.
  3. To understand Distributed computing environment, RMI and DCOM architecture,& CORBA.
  4. The objective of the course is to understand various WAN technologies and related Protocols.

RCA E13 Data Warehousing & Data Mining

  1. Identify the scope and necessity of Data Mining & Warehousing for the society.
  2. Describe the design of data warehousing so that it can be able to solve the root problem.
  3. To understand the Data Mining and their techniques to solve the real time problems.
  4. To develop ability to design various algorithms based on data mining tools.

RCA E 14 Advanced Computer Architecture

  1. To understand the role of various types of computer instructions and use them for solving problems.
  2. To understand the memory organization of computer system
  3. To understand the various mapping scheme in computer system.
  4. To describe a typical I/O interface and apply a combination of hardware and software to address a problem

RCA E15 Mobile Computing

  1. To be able to understand the basic concepts of mobile computing and identify its applications.
  2. To be able to understand the wireless technologies and their protocols.
  3. To be able to understand the basic concepts of mobile IP and Coda file system and identify its applications and services.
  4. To be able to understand the mobile agent and their protocols for transaction processing.

RCA-A02 Fundamental of Data Structure, Numerical and Computational Theory*

  1. Apply the knowledge of data structure concepts and the various algorithms while designing and developing software and some hardware.
  2. Analyze and prove the equivalence of languages and illustrate how to design finite state machines and convert regular expressions to FSA

RCA 502 Software Engineering

  1. Analyze the evolution of Software Engineering and thorough knowledge of different models used for development of Software Engineering.
  2. To evaluate the Software requirements
  3. Able to design software, evaluate the software size and metrics.
  4. Analyze the software testing objectives and methodologies.
  5. To Implement the Software Project management practices.

RCA-E24 Software Testing

  1. Understand the fundamental concepts in software testing, including software testing process, criteria, strategies, and methods
  2. Illustrate the different types of functional and structural testing
  3. Analyze the risk involved in the testing plan and to reduce the number of test cases using Prioritization technique.
  4. Understand the different types of software testing activities and to produce an efficient test plan using automated testing tools.
  5. Understand the various concepts of Testing in Web Applications and compare object oriented Testing with the system testing.

RCA E-31 Cloud Computing

  1. Develop and deploy cloud application using popular cloud platforms.
  2. Design and develop highly scalable cloud-based applications by creating and configuring virtual machines on the cloud and building private cloud.
  3. Design and develop highly scalable cloud-based applications by creating and configuring virtual machines on the cloud and building private cloud.
  4. Explain and identify the techniques of big data analysis in cloud.
  5. Evaluate the key trade-offs approaches to cloud system design, security to solve real-world cloud computing problems.

RCA E-45 Big Data

  1. Learn the Big Data and importance of big data and Hadoop related technologies
  2. Apply the concepts on big data and NoSQL management
  3. Understand the basics of Hadoop
  4. Able to implement the map reduce applications.
  5. Able to implement Map Reduce and Yarn in the application mode.
  6. Implement the various tools and techniques in the various case study cases.
Course Outcome Statement
RCA 303.1Understand the complexity of certain sorting algorithms.
RCA 303.2To measure the complexity of advance data structures
RCA 303.3Analyse the complexity of “Divide and Conquer” and “Greedy” based algorithms
RCA 303.4Analyse the complexity of “Dynamic” , “Branch and Bound” and “Backtracking” based algorithms
RCA 303.5Solve the classes P, NP, and NP-Complete and will be able to prove that a certain problem is NP-Complete.
RCA 303.6To Evaluate different algorithms based on randomization and approximation.
RCA-352.1 To understand and remember certain algorithms approaches.
RCA-352.2 To analyse and apply these algorithms.
RCA-352.3 To implementation and execute these algorithms.
RCA 401.1 State the importance of DBMS and describe fundamental elements of database management system.
RCA 401.2 Understanding the concept of relational data model and master the basics of SQL and construct queries using SQL, Relational Algebra and Calculus and apply query processing and optimization.
RCA 401.3 Apply design principles for logical design of databases, including normalization approach.
RCA 401.4 Identify the basic issues of transaction processing system and distributed database system.
RCA 401.5 Role of concurrency control techniques in DBMS.
RCA 401.6 Mechanism for Recovery with concurrent transaction.
RCA 303.1 Understand the complexity of certain sorting algorithms.
RCA 303.2 To measure the complexity of advance data structures
RCA 303.3 Analyse the complexity of “Divide and Conquer” and “Greedy” based algorithms
RCA 303.4 Analyse the complexity of “Dynamic” , “Branch and Bound” and “Backtracking” based algorithms
RCA 303.5 Solve the classes P, NP, and NP-Complete and will be able to prove that a certain problem is NP-Complete.
RCA 303.6 To Evaluate different algorithms based on randomization and approximation.
RCA-452.1 To understand and remember certain features of Oracle, Entity relationship and creating Entity-Relationship diagrams.
RCA-452.2 To analyse Normalization and SQL/PL-SQL queries.
RCA-452.3 To implement and execute cursor, procedure, functions, packages and triggers in oracle.

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  • B.Tech. Program of "Mechanical Engineering" and "Electronics & Communication Engineering" is Accredited by NBA from session 2017-2018 till 2019-2020
  • B.Tech. Program of "Mechanical Engineering" and "Electronics & Communication Engineering" is Accredited by NBA from session 2017-2018 till 2019-2020
  • B.Tech. Program of "Mechanical Engineering" and "Electronics & Communication Engineering" is Accredited by NBA from session 2017-2018 till 2019-2020
  • B.Tech. Program of "Mechanical Engineering" and "Electronics & Communication Engineering" is Accredited by NBA from session 2017-2018 till 2019-2020

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