POs, PSOs & Cos


PO 1.Critical Thinking:

1.1. Acquire the ability to apply the basic tenets of logic and science to thoughts, actions and interventions.
1.2. Develop the ability to chart out a progressive direction for actions and interventions bylearning to recognize the presence of hegemonic ideology within certain dominant notions.
1.3. Develop self-critical abilities and the ability to view positions, problems and socialissues from plural perspectives.


PO 2.Effective Citizenship:

2.1. Learn to participate in nation building by adhering to the principles of sovereignty of thenation, socialism, secularism, democracy and the values that guide a republic.
2.2. Develop and practice gender sensitive attitudes, environmental awareness, empathetic social awareness about various kinds of marginalisation and the ability to understand and resist various kinds of discriminations.
2.3. Internalise certain highlights of the nations and regions history. Especially of the freedommovement, the renaissance within native societies and the project of modernisation of the postcolonialsociety.


PO 3.Effective Communication:

3.1. Acquire the ability to speak, write, read and listen clearly in person and through electronicmedia in both English and in one Modern Indian Language
3.2. Learn to articulate, analyse, synthesise, and evaluate ideas and situations in a well- informed manner.
3.3. Generate hypotheses and articulate assent or dissent by employing both reason and creativethinking.


PO 4.Interdisciplinarity:

4.1. Perceive knowledge as an organic, comprehensive, interrelated and integrated faculty of the human mind.
4.2. Understand the issues of environmental contexts and sustainable development as a basicinterdisciplinary concern of all disciplines.
4.3. Develop aesthetic, social, humanistic and artistic sensibilities for problem solving andevolving a comprehensive perspective.

PSO 1: Acquire the ability to apply the basic tenets of logic and science to thoughts, actions and Interventions
PSO 2: Develop the ability to chart out a progressive direction for actions and interventions by learning to recognize the presence of hegemonic ideology within certain dominant notions.
PSO 3: Develop self-critical abilities and also the ability to view positions, problems and social issues from plural perspectives..
PSO 4: Learn to participate in nation building by adhering to the principles of sovereignty of the nation, socialism, secularism, democracy and the values that guide a republic.
PSO 5: Develop and practice gender sensitive attitudes, environmental awareness, empathetic social awareness about various kinds of marginalisation and the ability to understand and resist various kinds of discriminations.
PSO 6: Internalise certain highlights of the nations and regions history. Especially of the free do movement, the renaissance within native societies and the project of modernisation of the postcolonial society.
PSO 7: Acquire the ability to speak, write, read and listen clearly in person and through electronic media in both English and in one Modern Indian Language.
PSO 8: Learn to articulate, analyse, synthesise, and evaluate ideas and situations in a well-informed manner.
PSO 9: Generate hypotheses and articulate assent or dissent by employing both reason and creative thinking.
PSO 10: Perceive knowledge as an organic, comprehensive, interrelated and integrated faculty of the human mind.
PSO 11: Understand the issues of environmental contexts and sustainable development as a basic interdisciplinary concern of all disciplines.
PSO 12: Develop aesthetic, social, humanistic and artistic sensibilities for problem solving and evolving a comprehensive perspective.


SEM I- ( 1C01CHE)

CO 1: Understand the atomic structure, basics of quantum chemistry and its applications.
CO 2: Explain theories of chemical bonding and molecular structure.
CO 3: Classify environmental pollution and recognise the causes of pollution
CO 4: Understand the basic concept of Chemical equilibrium and theories of acids and bases
CO 5: Calculate pH values
CO 6: Explain common ion effect and solubility product


SEM II - (2C02CHE)

CO 1: Understand the basic concept of classification, IUPAC nomenclature, bonding and structure of Organic compounds
CO 2: Explain the concept of aromaticity and non-benzenoid aromatics
CO 3: Understand the basic concepts of chemical equilibrium. Explain colloids, their properties and applications
CO 4: ) Illustrate the laws of photochemistry and Explain the photochemical phenomena such as Photosensitization, quenching, Fluorescence, Phosphorescence, Chemiluminescence and Bioluminescence.
CO 5: Familiarise different types of analytical methods in chemistry and explain the principle of colorimetry
CO 6: Explain the principles underlying the qualitative and quantitative analysis


SEM-III (3C03CHE)

CO 1: i) Understand the basic concept of Coordination Chemistry, nomenclature, Werners coordination theory and Valance bond theory of coordination complexes
ii) Write the name of Coordination compounds
iii) Explain Werners coordination theory and Valance bond theory of coordination complexes
iv) Explain the application of coordination complexes
CO 2: i) Understand the electron displacement effects in organic molecules
ii) Explain the mechanism of nucleophilic substitutions and eliminations in alkyl halides
iii)Explain the mechanism of aromatic electrophilic substitution reactions
CO 3: i) Classify the isomerism in organic molecules
ii) Distinguish the geometrical isomers and explain their stability
iii) Explain the characteristics of chiral compound
iv) Explain the conformational isomers in alkanes and cycloalkanes
CO 4: i) Explain the important types of polymerization, thermoplastics and thermosetting plastics
ii) Understand the characteristics of biodegradable plastics
CO 5: Understand the basic concept of thermodynamics and laws of thermodynamics
CO 6: i) Understand the basic concept of chemical kinetics
ii)Calculate Ea from the values of k at two temperatures
iii) Explain homogeneous catalysis, heterogeneous catalysis and Characteristics of catalysis reactions


SEM-IV (4C04CHE)

CO 1: Illustrate the preparatory methods of glucose and fructose and explain their configurations, familiarize the structure and properties of sucrose and polysachrides
CO 2: Know the structure of important five membered and six membered heterocyclic compounds and explain their reactivity and important reactions .Explain the preparation and properties of Quinoline and Isoquinoline
CO 3: Understand the structure and functions of neuclic acids , Classify amino acidsand explain the structure of protein and its importance
CO 4: Understand the mechanism of enzyme action , enzyme catalysis
CO 5: Know the structure of Vitamin A, B and C. and hormones progesterone, Testosterone,cortisone, adrenaline and Thyroxin
CO 6: Understand the importance of metal ions in biological systems and Mechanism of O2 and CO2 transportation Nitrogen Fixation Na-K pump


COMPLEMENTARY ELECTIVE - CHEMISTRY PRACTICAL (4C05 CHE/PCH-)

CO 1: Apply the theoretical concepts while performing experiments.
CO 2: Acquire practical skill to estimate acid, base, oxidizing agents etc by volumetric titrationmethod
CO 3: Acknowledge experimental errors and their possible sources.
CO 4: Design, carry out, record and analyze the results of chemical experiments
CO 5: Acquire practical skill to analyse the anions and cations qualitatively present in a mixture of inorganic salts
CO 6: Learns the effective usage of chemicals.