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Polytechnic College


Computer Engineering

The Department of Computer Engineering (CE) is one of the best popular courses offered among engineering aspirants which mainly focuses on computation, programming languages, Multimedia, computer Hardware, networks and problem solving skills. This program has roots in electrical, electronics and communication engineering. The Computer Engineers design, development and analysis of software and hardware used to solve problems for various businesses, scientific and social contexts.



To become a prominent department of Computer Engineering producing comptent professionals with research and innovation skills, including moral values and societal concerns


To provide learning ambience to generate innovate and ethical problem solving skills with professionalism among students by creating facilities and expertise in advanced computer technology there by promoting research.

Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

PEO1: To enable graduates to develop a problem solving skills to real world problems in the critical areas of software world.
PEO2: To enable the graduates to adapt to the latest trends in technology through self-learning and to pursue research to meet out the demands in software companies and academia.
PEO3: To enable the graduates to expose leadership skills and to apply design and development principles in the construction of software systems of varying complexity.

Program Outcomes(PO)

PO1 : Basic Knowledge: It aims to provide students with some basic knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering to apply the basic problem-solving techniques.
PO2: Discipline Knowledge: To develop the student’s fundamental discipline, specific knowledge and skills they need to function effectively to solve core and/ or applied engineering problems.
PO3: Experiments and Practice : To engage them to plan and perform experiments and practices and to use the results to solve engineering problems and to become successful entrepreneurs. It also aims to solve the difficulty of correlation of theory and practice to meet the need of the students.
PO4:Engineering Tools: It involves production and usage of making design for the tool, production and operation of machines and to analyse plants, equipments and machineries.
PO5: The Engineers and Society: Engineers are expected to deliver technologies to society considering the safety and welfare of human kind and environment. Thus engineers have an inherent impact on society.
PO6: Environment and sustainability: It focuses on sustainability in line with the trends in the global engineering solution in social environmental contexts.
PO7: Ethics: Engineering ethics is the field of applied ethics and system of moral principles that apply to the practice of engineering. It examines and sets the obligation by engineers to society, to their clients and to the profession and must be dedicated to the protection of public health, safety and welfare.
PO8: Individual and Team work: It functions effectively both as an individual and as a team for improving the non technical skills of the students and effective team work is the basis for most modern technical operations.
PO9: Communication: Communication skills give the knowledge and confidence to be an effective engineering leader and will help them in securing a job.
PO10: Lifelong Learning: Stimulating lifelong learning will improve the knowledge and capacity for innovation and competition in the content of technological changes.

Program Specific Objectives (PSO)

PSO1: To practice as computing professionals, conducting research and/or leading, designing, developing or maintaining projects in various technical areas.
PSO2: To enhance and develop computer peripherals using modern engineering hardware and software.
PSO3: To enhance the ability to analyse the local and global impact of computing on individuals, organizational society with professional ethics.

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