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Curriculum Objectives

Curriculum Objectives

In Engineering

The Institutes curricula, teaching and training programs, extramural activities, interactions with industry and community and academic ambience ensure that its graduates possess :

  • Sound theoretical knowledge in their chosen professional field.
  • Ability to apply knowledge gained in the Institute, or acquired through their own efforts and experience, to the workplace for solution of a given problem in a cost- and time-efficient manner (e.g. fully trained in problem solving techniques).
  • Capacity to learn new skills and procedures and an attitude for life-long learning and remaining abreast in their own specialization.
  • Ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs.
  • Highly developed communication skills, both oral and written, and an ability to prepare and present reports at short notice.
  • Highly developed communication skills, both oral and written, and an ability to prepare and present reports at short notice.
  • Capacity to work with minimum supervision and an ability to take decisions.
  • Ability to function harmoniously in multi-disciplinary, multi-cultural groups, and develop a high level of interpersonal skills.
  • Skills to indentify problems and innovate solutions.
  • Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
  • Understanding of the impact of engineering solutions in a global/societal and environmental context.
  • Knowledge of contemporary social, economic, and technological issues.
  • Entrepreneurial ability for starting new ventures.
  • Understanding of IPR and exposure to international management practices.
  • Ability to use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

In Humanities and Social Sciences

Humanities and social science curriculum plays a vital role in grooming the graduates by imbibing the values of Literature, Economics, Psychology and Sociology. The aim of these courses is to foster an academic ambience for making the students aware of the various issues concerning man and society, and to cultivate critical mind and analytical capabilities so that the students possess:

  • Understanding of professional, ethical and aesthetic responsibilities.
  • Understanding of written and verbal communication skills.
  • Awareness of global integration, business, finance, administration, legal and social laws
  • Logical and Numerical ability.
  • Ability to understand human behaviour, thinking, personality, attitude, perception and human processes at work and service.
  • Understanding the contemporary complex patterns of social behaviour and awareness of inequality in the society.
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