Programme Outcomes (POs)

A Diploma (Computer Science & Engineering) graduate is able to:

  1. Apply basic knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering as it applies to Computer Science & Engineering to solve engineering problems. (Basic Knowledge)
  2. Apply the concepts of software engineering to build system software and application software and have the ability to design and maintain network architecture. (Discipline Knowledge)
  3. Plan and develop systems to solve software and network engineering problems to derive the results through experiment and practice. (Experiment and Practice)
  4. Create and use the techniques, algorithms, models and processes, and modern software/hardware tools necessary for computer engineering practice. (Engineering Tools)
  5. Produce technical solutions in global and societal context and demonstrate the need for sustainable development. (The Engineer and Society)
  6. Understand professional and ethical responsibilities and act accordingly in all situations. (Environment and Sustainability)
  7. Inculcate professional and ethical responsibilities and marshal in all situations.
    (Ethics)
  8. Function effectively as an individual and as a team member, and in multi- disciplinary environment. (Individual and Team Work)
  9. Communicate and present ideas effectively. (Communication)
  10. Self-improvement through continuous professional development, and independent and lifelong learning in the context of technological changes. (Lifelong learning)