At the time of graduation, the students of Computer Science and
Engineering should have the
ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE :
Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, Science and
Engineering applicable to Computer Science and Engineering
PROBLEM ANALYSIS :
Ability to analyze and develop solutions to computational
problems using appropriate algorithms.
DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT :
Ability to design, implement and evaluate a computational
system to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such
as economic, environmental, social, ethical, health and
safety, manufacturability and sustainability.
CONDUCT INVESTIGATIONS OF COMPLEX PROBLEMS :
Ability to apply design and development principles in the
construction of software systems of varying complexity and
MODERN TOOL USAGE :
Ability to use appropriate techniques, skills, and modern
tools to produce quality software products and solutions using
Software Engineering principles.
THE ENGINEER AND SOCIETY :
Ability to develop innovative ideas that can be translated
into products benefiting the society and the economic growth.
ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY :
Ability to assess the impact of engineering practices on
societal and environmental sustainability.
Ability to understand and apply professional, ethical,
security, social issues and responsibilities for the computing
INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM WORK :
Ability to function effectively as individuals and as a member
of a team to share computing design, assessment or
implementation of a common goal.
Ability to communicate, write effective reports, design
documentation and make effective presentations.
PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE :
Ability to work with good engineering and managerial skills
and teamwork for successful completion of projects.
LIFE LONG LEARNING :
Ability to recognize the need and an ability to engage in