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Course Outcomes:

Course objectives are narrower statements that describe what students are expected to know and be able to do that at the end of each course. These relate to the skills, knowledge and behavior that students acquire in their matriculation through the course.

Sr. No.

Subject Name

Course  Outcome

       1

Research Methodology

1. To understand some basic concepts of research and its methodologies

2. To select and define appropriate research problem and parameters

3. To prepare a project proposal (to undertake a project)

4. To organize and conduct research (advanced project) in a more appropriate manner

5. To understand measurement and scaling techniques

6. To write a research report and thesis

       2

 

Physico-Chemical and Biological Treatment Processes

1. To provide knowledge and concepts of physical, and chemical processes used for water and wastewater treatment.

2. To provide knowledge for design water and waste-water treatment plant.

3. To know various processes used in water and wastewater treatment.

4. To understand  various design crireria with design procedure for water and wastewater treatment plant.

5. Understanding of basic principle of mass transfer.

6. Able to learn mechanisms and modes of disinfection

    3

Remote Sensing and GIS Applications in Environmental Engineering

1. To provide necessary knowledge of the principles, applications, trends, and pertinent issues of GIS including remote sensing

2. To provide knowledge of various Application of remote sensing and GIS

3. Ability to know the basicremote sensing and GIS

4. Implementation of  Knowledge of Application of remote sensing and GIS in various fields.

5. Develop a critical awareness of the strengths and limitations of monitoring using Remote Sensing

6. Wider role of Remote Sensing and GIS in environmental modeling and monitoring.

     4

Solid and Hazardous Waste Management

1. To provide knowledge of Solid waste management.

2. To provide knowledge biomedical and Hazardous Wastes generation and management.

3. The  Ability to know the functional elements of solid waste with management.

4. To able to know biomedical and Hazardous wastes management.

5. To get Knowledge for solving and communication skills to specific problems in order to practice the role of health and safety professionals in managing hazardous materials and wastes.

6. Understand fundamental principles of existing and emerging technologies for the treatment of solid waste.

      5

Energy and Environment

1. To teach renewable and non renewable energy resources with energy crisis.

2. To teach Energy Storage and Heat Energy recovery systems

3. To  Get knowledge of energy crisis with renewable and  nonrenewable energy resources.

4. Get idea about variousEnergy Storage system with  Energy recovery systems.

5. To  Learn various non-conventional energy sources.

6. Understanding concept of  biomass energy utilization

      6

Air Pollution and Control

1. To provide the basic knowledge of air pollution and its control.

2. To develop a skill of design and operation of control devices for gaseous and particulate pollutants.

3. To  able to define air pollution and its control

4. Understanding design skills and operation of control devices for gaseous and particulate pollutants.

5. Understand reduction of emissions from automobile source by different methods and Alternative fuels and their utilizations.

6. Ability to use the basic and advance air pollution knowledge in Research and Development.

       7

Industrial Waste Treatment

1. To identify, characterize and develop alternative treatment options for industrial waste.

2. To manufacturing process study and water requirement with wastewater generation and conventional and non-conventional techniques for treatment of industrial waste

3. To know characteristics of industrial wastewater

4. To understand water budget of industry with wastewater generation and conventional and non-conventional techniques for treatment of industrial waste.

 

       8

Environmental Management systems

1. To study of ecological aspects and study of Environmental impact Assessment.

2. To study of Environmental Management Plan and ISO and ISO 14000 series

3. Understanding ecological aspects and Environmental management systems.

4. To able to get knowledge Environmental Management Plan and ISO and ISO 14000 series.

5. Develop an understanding of the differences in the structure and function of different types of ecosystems

6. Appreciate the purpose and role of EIA in the decision-making process with technical and social/political limitations of EIA.

       9

Advance Water and Wastewater Treatment

1. To understanding of gas transfer concept and membrane filtration.

2. To study of Grit removal, Flotation, Chemical precipitation and Microbial growth kinetics with Theory and design of Sludge treatment and wetlands.

3. Understanding gas transfer concept and membrane  filtration.

4. Get knowledge about various technologies in Advance water and wastewater treatment.

5. Understand Design of aeration and grit chamber.

6. Knowledge of Modeling suspended and attached growth treatment processes.

7. Gas transfer: Aeration systems, Energy requirement, Design of aeration systems.

     10

Seminar-I

1. Providing knowledge of effective oral presentations.

2. To motivate about presentations skills.

3. Be able to understand the reading, understanding the research paper and able to develop skill to summarize it with optimum words.

4. Able to give presentation on allotted research topic.

5. Able to recognize the need for lifelong learning.

6. Understanding and given preference to new ideas, concepts , technologies in Environmental engineering.

      11

Seminar – II

1. Students will demonstrate the ability to consider critically the motives and methods of scholarship and the relationship between them.

2. Students will demonstrate the ability to distinguish opinions and beliefs from researched claims and evidence and recognize that kinds of evidence will vary from subject to subject. For instance, some fields call for quantitative support while others work more commonly with quoted, textual evidence.

3. Students will demonstrate the ability to ask disciplinarily appropriate questions of the material and recognize when lines of inquiry fall outside of disciplinary boundaries.

4. Students will demonstrate the ability to evaluate, credit, and synthesize sources.

     12

Industrial Training

1. To get  familiar with Industrial working environment.

2. Getting  knowledge of various processes, study of organization with hierarchy , carrying out lab test in industry, Quality control , Waste management systems .

3. Offering recommendations / remedial measures to industry.

      13

Dissertation phase I,II

1. Ability to practically apply various technological concepts for the project.

2. Ability to communicate effectively and professionally.

3. Ability to solve critical practical oriented real time problems.

4. Submission of report.