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Program Outcomes (POs) for a program in Electronics Engineering could be formulated as follows:

  • Application of Engineering Knowledge: Utilize mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and specialized knowledge to address intricate engineering challenges effectively.
  • Problem Analysis and Solution Formulation: Identify, formulate, and scrutinize complex engineering issues, drawing on foundational principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering to derive well-supported conclusions from research literature.
  • Design and Development of Solutions: Devise solutions for intricate engineering problems and design system components or processes that fulfill specified requirements while prioritizing public health, safety, and considerations pertaining to culture, society, and the environment.
  • Investigation of Complex Problems: Employ research-based knowledge and methodologies, including experimental design, data analysis, and information synthesis, to conduct thorough investigations and draw valid conclusions.
  • Utilization of Modern Tools: Employ suitable techniques, resources, and contemporary engineering and IT tools, including predictive modeling, while recognizing their limitations, in the execution of complex engineering tasks.
  • Engineer's Role in Society: Utilize contextual knowledge to evaluate societal, health, safety, legal, and cultural implications, thereby assuming responsibility for ethical and professional conduct in engineering practice.
  • Environmental Awareness and Sustainable Practices: Recognize the societal and environmental ramifications of engineering solutions and advocate for sustainable development principles.
  • Ethical Conduct: Apply ethical principles and uphold professional norms in engineering practice, demonstrating a commitment to integrity and responsibility.
  • Individual and Collaborative Work: Function adeptly both independently and collaboratively within diverse teams and multidisciplinary settings, assuming roles as both team members and leaders as necessary.
  • Effective Communication: Communicate complex engineering concepts proficiently within the engineering community and broader society, including the ability to comprehend and produce comprehensive reports and design documentation, deliver impactful presentations, and provide and receive clear instructions.
  • Project Management and Financial Acumen: Demonstrate comprehension of engineering and management principles to effectively manage projects, whether as team members or leaders, within multidisciplinary environments.
  • Lifelong Learning: Acknowledge the necessity for continuous, self-directed learning in response to evolving technological advancements and prepare to engage in lifelong learning endeavors within a broad technological context.