Diploma Programme in Computer Engineering
I – Scheme
Programme Structure

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PEO 1: Provide socially responsible, environment friendly solutions to Computer engineering related broad-based problems adapting professional ethics. 
PEO 2: Adapt state-of-the-art Computer engineering broad-based technologies to work in multi-disciplinary work environments. 
PEO 3: Solve broad-based problems individually and as a team member communicating effectively in the world of work.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

PSO 1: Computer Software and Hardware Usage: Use state-of-the-art technologies for operation and application of computer software and hardware. 
PSO 2: Computer Engineering Maintenance: Maintain computer engineering related software and hardware systems.

Program Outcomes of Computer Department (POs)

PO1: Basic and Discipline specific knowledge: Apply knowledge of basic mathematics, sciences, engineering fundamental and Computer engineering to solve the broad-based computer engineering related problems.
PO2: Problem Analysis: Plan to perform experiments and practices to use the results to solve broad-based Computer engineering problems.
PO3: Design / Development of solutions: Design solutions for well defined technical problems and assist with the design of system components or process to meet needs of computer engineering.
PO4: Engineering Tools, Experimentation and Testing: Apply modern Computer engineering tools and appropriate technique to conduct standard tests and measurements.
PO5: Engineering practices for society, sustainability and environment: Apply appropriate Computer technology in context of society, sustainability, environment and ethical practices.
PO6: Project Management: Use Computer engineering management principles individually, as a team member or a leader to manage projects and effectively communicate about well-defined Computer engineering activities.
PO7: Life-long learning: Ability to analyses individual needs and engage in updating in the context of technological changes.