PEO's & PO's

Course Outcome

Course outcomes are statements that, at the conclusion of a course, students can consistently demonstrate have been learned in a substantial and fundamental way. Rather than specifying the format of the instruction, a course outcome clarifies the desired learning goal. What a student will know or be able to do at the conclusion of training is stated in a good course result. It centers on how well students do. Learning outcome and Course learning result are other synonyms.

The advantages of Course Outcomes
  • Benefits for quality assurance and standards : Adoption of learning outcomes increases transparency and improves standard comparability between and within degrees, which promotes quality assurance.
  • Benefits for Students and employers : Students benefit from a comprehensive set of statements that they will be able to accomplish following a successful study period. Course outcomes give students precise information to assist them choose which modules, units, programs, or qualifications to study, which can result in more efficient learning.
  • Benefits for the course and module designer : Explicit course outcome statements can be used in course and module design to assist guarantee delivery consistency across programs or modules. By highlighting areas of overlap between current modules, programs, and certifications, they can help in curriculum design.
  • Benefits for national and international educational transparency : Course outcomes facilitate student’s mobility internationally by making it easier for their qualifications to be recognized, increasing qualification clarity, and making credit transfer easier.
Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

PSO1 Demonstrate a thorough understanding of science and engineering in general, as well as a high level of proficiency in a few specialized areas including artificial intelligence, machine learning, natural language processing, and spatial analysis.
PSO2 Demonstrate extensive general understanding in the humanities and social sciences, together with a high level of proficiency in one or more of the following: science, economics, and literature.
PSO3 Demonstrate research skills to bring human sciences and computing together, and take part in cutting-edge Tran’s disciplinary and inter-disciplinary research at their intersection.
PSO4 Demonstrate the necessary breadth of knowledge and expertise in the humanities, sciences, to succeed in research programs focused on convergence research.
PSO5 Develop the ability to converge the human sciences and computing, and engage in state-of-the-art Tran’s disciplinary and interdisciplinary research there.
PSO6 Understanding fundamental engineering concepts and abilities through the development and application of effective lifelong learning techniques that foster the development of thinking, logic, analysis, and communication skills.
PSO7 Cultivate the ability to collaborate in groups, gain knowledge through taking part in technical events and social welfare programs, and cultivate the mindset necessary to work well both alone and in interdisciplinary teams in order to improve as citizens in a heterogeneous society.
Program Outcomes (POs)

PO1 Environment and Sustainability: Understand the effects of expert technical solutions in social and environmental settings and exhibit an understanding of the necessity of sustainable development.
PO2 Life-long learning: Acknowledge the necessity of being ready and having the capacity to study independently throughout one's life in the contemporary environment of technology and their advancements.
PO3 Ethics: Adhere to professional ethics, duties, and engineering practice norms while putting ethical concepts into practice.
PO4 Communication: Communicate with the technical community and the general public on complicated engineering operations in an effective manner. This includes understanding and producing reports and design documentation, giving and receiving clear directions, and making good presentations.
PO5 Engineering Knowledge: Solve complicated engineering issues by applying your understanding of science, math, engineering foundations, and your engineering expertise.
PO6 Problem Analysis: Determine, formulate, investigate, and evaluate intricate engineering issues, arriving at well-supported findings through the use of fundamental concepts from mathematics, the natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
PO7 Modern Tool Usages: Recognizing the limitations of each approach, choose appropriate materials, and apply modern engineering and IT technologies, such modeling and prediction, to difficult engineering projects.
PO8 Design/development of Solutions: Create solutions for challenging technical challenges and system or process designs that satisfy requirements while taking public health and safety, cultural, socioeconomic, and environmental factors into account.
PO9 Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems: To arrive at reliable results, apply research-based knowledge and techniques, such as experiment design, data analysis and interpretation, and information synthesis.
PO10 Individual and Team Work: Perform well both on your own and in diversified teams and multidisciplinary environments as a leader or member.
Program Educational Objective (PEOs)

PEO1 Demonstrate the aptitude and originality in Technical field to help them better comprehend and interact with society.
PEO2 Demonstrate the necessary depth and breadth of knowledge in a few humanities and social science subfields in order to succeed in these subfields academic and research settings.
PEO3 Exhibit the teamwork and communication abilities needed to organize and contribute to multidisciplinary teams.
PEO4 Develop the ability to learn on your own and continue learning throughout your life to stay up to date with the quick changes that are happening at the intersection of science and the humanities.
PEO5 Follow moral principles, ethics and human rights in their line of work.