Program Specific Outcomes
In their careers, our graduates will
M.E. – ENGINEERING DESIGN
PSO1: Analyze, design and develop machining systems to solve the engineering problems by integrating thermal, design and manufacturing domains of mechanical engineering.
- PSO2: Adopt a multidisciplinary approach to solve real-world industrial problems.
On completion of M.E.- Engineering Design program, students can be able to:
M.E. - INDUSTRIAL SAFETY ENGINEERING
PSO1: Utilize advanced CAD/CAE/FEA tools, mathematical models, and interdisciplinary knowledge to provide optimized solutions during the product design phase and contribute to next-generation technologies.
- PSO2: Identify research opportunities in diverse fields, providing innovative solutions using design paradigms, and become a successful professional with creative design skills that drive technological advancements.
Upon completion of the Industrial Safety Engineering program, students can be able to:
PSO1: Assess hazards, risk and review safety of industries and to design safety protection system by ensure safety management systems.
- PSO2: Evaluate the occupational health, environmental issues, associated with industrial activities and design control measures with traditional, modern computational tools based on acts and codes.