PEO’s & PO's B.Tech. Programme

B.Tech. Programme- B.Tech. (Materials and Metallurgical Engineering)

Programme Educational Objectives (PEO’s)

  1. Graduates will have a thorough knowledge in the key principles and practices in Materials and Metallurgy and will have applied their materials development skills and knowledge of foundation principles to the design and implementation of practical systems.
  2. Graduates will be successfully employed in the core field of Materials and Metallurgy industry and will be actively engaged in learning, understanding and applying new ideas and technologies as the field evolves; or will have successfully completed, or being actively pursuing, graduate studies in Metallurgy.
  3. To impart science based engineering education to develop professional skills that will prepare the students for immediate employment in the Materials and Metallurgy branch of engineering in industry, as against the model that just prepares them for post-graduate education.
  4. To develop the design capability among student so that they have the ability to participate in creative, synthetic and integrative activities of Materials and Metallurgy.
  5. To develop among students breadth of knowledge so that they have familiarity with many important technical areas in other branches of engineering.
  6. To develop among students ability to apply in depth knowledge of one or more specializations within the Materials and Metallurgy engineering.
  7. To develop communication skills so that the students are able to express ideas clearly and persuasively, in written and oral forms.
  8. To develop among students the awareness of, and the competence to be savvy users of information technology.
  9. To develop ability to design and perform experiments in the Materials and Metallurgy, and to acquire the ability to interpret and evaluate experimental results.
  10. To develop among students the ability to work with others, in professional and social settings.
  11. To create among students the curiosity, the desire and the ability to keep learning through life.
  12. To develop an understanding among students of the human, social and business context in which they will utilize their engineering skills.
  13. To develop a global view among students so that they can appreciate diversity in the world and in intellectual pursuits.

Programme Outcomes (PO’s)

 

PO1:

Ability to identify, formulate and solve the engineering problems using knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering and modern engineering tools/techniques.

PO2:

To inculcate design capabilities for (design of materials and processes) with in realistic constraints and to design and conduct experiments as well as to analyze and interpret the data.

PO3:

Ability to communicate effectively and function in multidisciplinary teams on various issues.

PO4:

Ability to develop knowledge of contemporary technical challenges, with an understanding of professional and ethical responsibilities and ability to engage in lifelong learning.

PO5: 

Ability to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, social and contemporary issues.