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# Military Institute of Science & Technology

Course Outline

## Pre-requisite (if any): Electrical Circuit Analysis I (Theory)

Course Synopsis:
EXPERIMENT NO. 01: Familiarization with Resistor Color Codes and Analogue & Digital Measuring Instruments.

## EXPERIMENT NO. 03: Familiarization with Series Resistors DC Circuit.

EXPERIMENT NO. 04 : Familiarization with Parallel DC Circuits and Kirchhoff’s Current Law.

EXPERIMENT NO.05: Verification of series-Parallel DC Circuits and Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law & Kirchhoff’s
Current Law.

## Upon completion of all sessionals, the students will be able to:

1. Knowledge: Have the knowledge of basic electrical components like resistors, capacitors, digital
and analog measuring equipments etc.
2. Understand:Understand the properties of basic electrical networks.
3. Apply:Apply the knowledge of basic electrical components and networks practically.
4. Analyze:Analyze the differences between theoretical knowledge with the practical observations.
5. Evaluate: Evaluate the percentage and causes of differences between theoretical knowledge with
the practical observations.
Teaching-learning and
Assessment Strategy: Lectures, class performances, assignments, class tests, final
exam.

## CO Assessment Method (100%)

Class Assessment
1 Daily lab performance 10%
Lab Attendance 15%
1-2 Lab reports 10%
1-5 Lab test 30%
1-5 Lab quiz 25%
1-5 Lab viva 10%

## Minimum attendance: 75% class attendance is mandatory for a student in order to

appear at the final examination.

## Mapping of Course Outcome and Program Outcomes:

Program Outcomes* (Appendix-1)
Course Outcome (CO) of the 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Course
1.Knowledge: Have the
knowledge of basic electrical
components like resistors,
capacitors, digital and analog Y Y Y Y
measuring equipments etc.

2.Understand:Understand the
properties of basic electrical Y Y Y Y
networks.

## 3. Apply:Apply the knowledge

of basic electrical components Y Y Y Y Y
and networks practically.
4.Analyze: Analyze the
differences between theoretical
knowledge with the practical Y Y Y Y Y
observations.

## 5. Evaluate: Evaluate the

percentage and causes of
differences between theoretical Y Y Y Y Y Y
knowledge with the practical
observations.
Text and Ref Books:
2. Introductory Circuit Analysis - R.L. Boylestad; Prentice Hall of India Private Ltd.

3. Introductory Circuits for Electrical & Computer Engineering - James. W. Nilson; Prentice Hall of India Private Ltd.

Student’s responsibilities: Students must come to the class prepared for the course material
covered in the previous class(es). They must submit their assignments
on time. They must be aware of the Plagiarism Policy as spelt out in the
curriculum. No late or partial assignments will be acceptable.

## No. Program Outcomes

1. Ability to understand and apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.
(ENINEERING KNOWLEDGE)
2. Ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems. (PROBLEM ANALYSIS
)
3. Ability to design a system or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints
such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability. (DESIGN/ DEVELOPMENT OF SOLUTION)
4. Ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpretation of
data. (INVESTIGATION)
5. Ability to adopt and use appropriate techniques, skills, and select appropriate modern
engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. (MODERN TOOL USAGE)
6. The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a
global, economic, environmental, and societal context. (THE ENGINEER AND
SOCIETY )
7. A knowledge of contemporary issues. (ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABLE)
8. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility. (ETHICS)
9. Ability to function on a multidisciplinary teams and contribution. (INDIVIDUAL
WORK AND TEAMWORK)
10. Ability to communicate effectively. (COMMUNICATION)
11. Project Management and Finance.
12. A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning. (LIFE-
LONG LEARNING)