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DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCICENCE AND ENGINEERING

VISION

To achieve excellence in technical education and create competent professionals for industry &
development to meet national and international needs.

MISSION

 To achieve academic excellence in technical education through innovative teaching-learning


process.
 To provide strong fundamental & conceptual knowledge with essential skills to meet current
and future needs.
 To inculcate right human values and professional ethics.
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Vision

Providing quality education to enable the generation of socially conscious software


engineers who can contribute to the advancement in the field of computer science and
engineering.

Mission

o To equip the graduates with the knowledge and skills required to enable them to be
industry ready.
o To train socially responsible, disciplined engineers who work with good leadership skills
and can contribute for nation building.
o To make our graduates proficient in cutting edge technologies through student centric
teaching-learning process and empower them to contribute significantly to the software
industry.
o To shape the department into a centre of academic and research excellence.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

The Programme Educational Objectives of the B.Tech in Computer Science & Engineering
programme are given below and are numbered from PEO1 to PEO4.

PEO-1: To provide the graduates with solid foundation in computer science and engineering
along with fundamentals of Mathematics and Sciences with a view to impart in them high quality
technical skills like modelling, analyzing, designing, programming and implementation with
global competence and helps the graduates for life-long learning.

PEO-2: To prepare and motivate graduates with recent technological developments related to
core subjects like programming, databases, design of compilers and Network Security aspects
and future technologies so as to contribute effectively for Research & Development by
participating in professional activities like publishing and seeking copy rights.

PEO-3: To train graduates to choose a decent career option either in high degree of
employability /Entrepreneur or, in higher education by empowering students with ethical
administrative acumen, ability to handle critical situations and training to excel in competitive
examinations.

PEO-4: To train the graduates to have basic interpersonal skills and sense of social responsibility
that paves them a way to become good team members and leaders.
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Program Outcomes (POs)

The B.Tech CSE programme has documented measurable outcomes that are based on the needs
of the programme’s stakeholders. The programme outcomes which are derived from ABET
(Accreditation board of engineering and technology) criteria are first drafted in the academic
year 2011-12 and later revised in 2012-13. The programme outcomes that the department
presently adapts to are as follows:

1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering


fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex
engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics,
natural science and engineering sciences.

3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and


design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate
consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal and environmental
considerations.

4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research based knowledge and research
methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the
information to provide valid conclusions.

5. Modern tool usage: create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern
engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities
with an understanding of the limitations.

6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess
societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to
the professional engineering practice.

7. Environment sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions


in the societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for
sustainable development.

8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and
norms of the engineering practice.

9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader
in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
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10. Communication: communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the


engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write
effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive
clear instructions.

11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the
engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and
leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

12. Lifelong learning: recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in
independent and lifelong learning in the broader context of technological change.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

PSO-1: The ability to analyze and develop computer programs related to system software,
multimedia, web design, big data analytics and networking.

PSO-2: The ability to employ modern computer languages, environments, and platforms in the
field of Computer Science & Engineering.
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COURSE STRUCTURE: COMPUTER NETWORKS

NAME OF THE FACULTY:B KIRAN KUMAR ACADEMIC YEAR:2017-2018

BRANCH:CSE YEAR:3 SEM: 2


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COMPUTER NETWORKS

COUSE OUTCOMES :

After successful completion of this course the students are able to:

B.T Level
Outline the basic concepts of reference models and Identify the functionality of
C 321.1
physical layer in computer communications
Understand
Explian various physical layer trasmission techniques
C 321.2 Understand
Examine the datalink layer design issues
C 321.3 Understand
list various data link access methods and network layer functions
C 321.4 Understand
outlline the IEEE 802.11 standard
C 321.5 Understand
Examine various application layer functionalities
C 321.6 Understand

Faculty Signature
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NAME OF THE FACULTY:B KIRAN KUMAR ACADEMIC YEAR:2017-2018

BRANCH: CSE YEAR: 3 SEM:2

CO – PO MAPING

PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8 PO9 PO10 PO11 PO12 PSO1 PSO2

C321.1 2 3 1 2

C321.2 1 1 3 2

C321.3 1 3 2 2

C321.4 2 2 3 2

C321.5 1 3 2 2

C321.6 2 2 3 2

C321 1.50 2.33 2.33 2

3–Strongly Mapped | 2–Moderately Mapped | 1–Weakly Mapped

Faculty Signature
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Actu
al Text Teaching
S.NO. PROP. DATE TOPIC COVERED date book method
UNIT – I
CHALK AND
1 11/20/2017 Introduction: Network Topologies TB1.1 TALK
CHALK AND
2 11/21/2017 Introduction: Network Topologies TB1.1 TALK
CHALK AND
3 11/22/2017 WAN, LAN, MAN TB1.1 TALK
CHALK AND
4 11/23/2017 WAN, LAN, MAN TB1.1 TALK
Reference models- The OSI Reference CHALK AND
5 11/26/2017 Model TB1.1 TALK
Reference models- The OSI Reference
6 11/27/2017 Model TB1.1 PPT
7 11/28/2017 TCP/IP Reference Model TB1.1 PPT
CHALK AND
8 11/29/2017 Tutorial-1 TB1.1 TALK
A Comparison of the OSI and TCP/IP CHALK AND
9 11/30/2017 Reference Models TB1.1 TALK

UNIT – II
CHALK AND
10 12/3/2017 Physical Layer – Fourier Analysis TB1.2 TALK
CHALK AND
11 12/4/2017 Bandwidth Limited Signals TB1.2 TALK
CHALK AND
12 12/5/2017 Tutorial-2 TB1.2 TALK
The Maximum Data Rate of CHALK AND
13 12/6/2017 a Channel TB1.2 TALK
CHALK AND
14 12/7/2017 Guided Transmission Media TB1.2 TALK
CHALK AND
15 12/10/2017 Digital Modulation and Multiplexing TB1.2 TALK
CHALK AND
16 12/11/2017 Tutorial-3 TB1.2 TALK
Frequency CHALK AND
17 12/12/2017 Division Multiplexing TB1.2 TALK
18 12/13/2017 Time Division Multiplexing TB1.2 CHALK AND
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TALK
CHALK AND
19 12/14/2017 Code Division Multiplexing TB1.2 TALK
CHALK AND
20 12/17/2017 Data Link Layer Design Issues TB1.3 TALK
CHALK AND
21 12/18/2017 Error Detection and Correction TB1.3 TALK
CHALK AND
22 12/19/2017 Tutorial-4 TB1.3 TALK
Elementary Data Link
23 12/20/2017 Protocols, Sliding Window Protocols TB1.3 PPT

UNIT – III
The Data Link Layer - Services Provided CHALK AND
24 12/21/2017 to the Network Layer TB1.3 TALK
CHALK AND
25 12/24/2017 Framing – Error Control TB1.3 TALK
CHALK AND
26 12/26/2017 Tutorial-5 TB1.3 TALK
Flow Control, Error Detection and CHALK AND
27 12/27/2017 Correction TB1.3 TALK

Error-Correcting Codes – Error Detecting CHALK AND


28 12/28/2017 Codes TB1.3 TALK
CHALK AND
29 12/31/2017 Elementary Data Link Protocols TB1.3 TALK
A Utopian Simplex Protocol-A Simplex
Stop and Wait CHALK AND
30 1/1/2018 Protocol for an Error free channel TB1.3 TALK
CHALK AND
31 1/2/2018 Tutorial-6 TB1.3 TALK
A Simplex Stop and Wait Protocol for a
32 1/3/2018 Noisy Channel TB1.3 PPT
Sliding Window Protocols-A One Bit
33 1/4/2018 Sliding Window Protocol TB1.3 PPT
A Protocol Using Go-Back-NA
34 1/7/2018 Protocol Using Selective Repeat TB1.3 PPT
CHALK AND
35 1/8/2018 Tutorial-7 TB1.3 TALK

UNIT – IV

The Medium Access Control Sublayer- CHALK AND


36 1/8/2018 The Channel Allocation Problem TB1.4 TALK
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Static Channel
Allocation-Assumptions for Dynamic CHALK AND
37 1/9/2018 Channel Allocation TB1.4 TALK

Multiple Access Protocols-Aloha- CHALK AND


38 1/10/2018 Carrier Sense Multiple Access Protocols TB1.4 TALK
Collision-Free Protocols-Limited CHALK AND
39 1/11/2018 Contention Protocols TB1.4 TALK
CHALK AND
40 1/12/2018 Tutorial-8 TB1.4 TALK
Wireless LAN Protocols, Ethernet-Classic CHALK AND
41 1/24/2018 Ethernet Physical Layer TB1.4 TALK
Classic Ethernet MAC CHALK AND
42 1/25/2018 Sublayer Protocol TB1.4 TALK
Ethernet Performance-Fast Ethernet CHALK AND
43 1/28/2018 Gigabit Ethernet TB1.4 TALK
10-Gigabit Ethernet- CHALK AND
44 1/29/2018 Retrospective on Ethernet TB1.4 TALK
CHALK AND
45 1/30/2018 Tutorial-9 TB1.4 TALK
Wireless Lans-The 802.11 Architecture CHALK AND
46 1/31/2018 and Protocol Stack TB1.4 TALK
CHALK AND
47 2/1/2018 The 802.11 Physical Layer TB1.4 TALK
The802.11 MAC Sublayer Protocol-The
48 2/4/2018 805.11 Frame Structure-Services TB1.4 PPT

UNIT – V
Design Issues-The Network Layer Design CHALK AND
49 2/6/2018 Issues TB1.5 TALK
CHALK AND
50 2/7/2018 Tutorial-10 TB1.5 TALK

Store and Forward Packet Switching-


51 2/8/2018 Services Provided to the Transport layer TB1.5 PPT
Implementation of Connectionless CHALK AND
52 2/11/2018 Service TB1.5 TALK
Implementation of CHALK AND
53 2/12/2018 Connection Oriented Service TB1.5 TALK
Comparison of Virtual Circuit and
Datagram Networks, Routing CHALK AND
54 2/13/2018 Algorithms TB1.5 TALK
55 2/14/2018 Tutorial-11 TB1.5 CHALK AND
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TALK
The Optimality principle-Shortest path CHALK AND
56 2/15/2018 Algorithm TB1.5 TALK
Congestion Control Algorithms-
57 2/18/2018 Approaches to Congestion Control TB1.5 PPT
Congestion Control Algorithms-
58 2/19/2018 Approaches to Congestion Control TB1.5 PPT
Congestion Control Algorithms- CHALK AND
59 2/20/2018 Approaches to Congestion Control TB1.5 TALK

Traffic Aware Routing-Admission CHALK AND


60 2/21/2018 Control-Traffic Throttling-Load Shedding TB1.5 TALK

Traffic Aware Routing-Admission CHALK AND


61 2/22/2018 Control-Traffic Throttling-Load Shedding TB1.5 TALK
CHALK AND
62 2/25/2018 Tutorial-12 TB1.5 TALK

UNIT – VI
Transport Layer – The Internet
63 2/27/2018 Transport Protocols TB1.6 PPT
Transport Layer – The Internet CHALK AND
64 2/28/2018 Transport Protocols TB1.6 TALK
Udp, the Internet Transport Protocols CHALK AND
65 3/1/2018 TCP TB1.6 TALK
Udp, the Internet Transport Protocols CHALK AND
66 3/4/2018 TCP TB1.6 TALK
Application Layer –The Domain Name CHALK AND
67 3/5/2018 System TB1.7 TALK
CHALK AND
68 3/6/2018 The DNS Name Space, Resource Records TB1.7 TALK
CHALK AND
69 3/7/2018 Tutorial-13 TB1.7 TALK
CHALK AND
70 3/8/2018 Name Servers TB1.7 TALK
Electronic Mail: Architecture and
71 3/11/2018 Services TB1.7 PPT
CHALK AND
72 3/12/2018 The User Agent, Message Formats TB1.7 TALK
CHALK AND
73 3/13/2018 Message Transfer, Final Delivery TB1.7 TALK
CHALK AND
74 3/14/2018 Tutorial-14 TB1.7 TALK
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TEXT BOOKS

Tanenbaum and David J Wetherall, Computer


1 Networks, 5th Edition, Pearson Edu, 2010
Computer Networks: A Top Down Approach, Behrouz
A. Forouzan, FirouzMosharraf,
2 McGraw Hill Education
REFERENCE
Larry L. Peterson and Bruce S. Davie, “Computer
Networks - A Systems Approach” (5th
1 ed), Morgan Kaufmann/ Elsevier, 2011

WEB REFERENCE
https://nptel.ac.in/courses/106105081/ --
1 datalink layer
https://www.tutorialspoint.com/computer_fund
2 amentals/computer_networking.htm
http://kiranbdpl.blogspot.com/-- unit wise class
notes
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Gap within the syllabus - mapping to CO, PO/PSO

S.NO Topic CO Number PO Number

1 Wave division multiplexing C321.2 PO 3

2 Encryption and decryption C321.3 PO 4

Gap beyond the syllabus - mapping to CO, PO/PSO

S.NO Topic CO Number PO Number

1 Routing information protocol C321.5 PO 5,12


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III B.Tech II SEM I MID EXAMINATIONS, AUGUST -2016
SUBJECT: COMPUTER NETWORKS Date: 20-01-18
Branch: CSE MAX MARKS: 15
Answer all the questions:-
S.NO Question B.T level CO Marks
1 Explain in Detail about the Novel Understad C321.1 [5M]
Netware and ARPANET?
2 Define Multiplexing,De-Multiplexing & Understad C321.2 [5M]
Explain Virtual Circuit switch networks ?

3 a) Given 1101011011 data frame and apply C321.3 3M


generator polynomial G(x) = x4+ x + 1.
Derive the transmitted frame. Using
CRC

b) Explain about circuit switching? apply C321.3 2M

CO % B.T Level %
C321.1 33.3 Remember 0
C321.2 33.3 Understanding 66.6
C321.3 33.3 Applying 33.3
Analysis 0
Evaluate 0
Create 0
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Scheme of valuation:

1. a . novel netware ---2m


ARPANET --3mm
2. Definition --- 1m
multiplexing and demultiplexing --- 2m
Virtual Circuit switch networks----2m
3. a. derivation ------ 2 M
frame sequence ---1M
b. Circuit switching ---2m
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III B.Tech I SEM II MID EXAMINATIONS, OCTOBER -2016
SUBJECT: COMPUTER NETWORKS Date: 21-03-18
Branch: CSE-I&II MAX MARKS: 15
Answer all the questions:-
S.NO Question B.T level CO Marks
1 A) Define Aloha? Explain in Detail Understad C321.4 [3M]
about Hirarecal Routing?
B)Explain in detail about CSMA ? Understad 2m

2 A) Give a brief note on Wireless Understad C321.5 [2M]


application protocol(WAP).?
B) What are the different request
types available in HTTP? Explain? Understad 3m

3 A)Discuss briefly about the MAC sub Understad C321.6 [3M]

layers in the 802.11 standard.?


B)Explain in detail about Standard
Understad 2m
Ethernet MAC sub layer Frame
Format?

CO % B.T Level %
C321.4 33.3 Remember 0
C321.5 33.3 Understanding 100
C321.6 33.3 Applying 0
Analysis 0
Evaluate 0
Create 0
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Assignment 1

S.NO Question B.T level CO


1 Compare the WAN, LAN and MAN Understad C321.1

2 What are the responsibilities of Understad C321.2


Network layer and Transport layer of
OSI model

3 . Describe the Transmission Media. Understad C321.2


What are the types of Transmission
Media?

B.T Level %
Remember 0
CO % Understanding 100
C321.4 33.3 Applying 0
C321.5 33.3 Analysis 0
C321.6 33.3 Evaluate 0
Create 0
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Assignment 2

S.NO Question B.T level CO


1 What is CSMA with CD? What are the Understad C321.4
three different states a CSMA/CD can
be
in? Explain with a neat diagram.
2 Explain Distance Vector routing Understad C321.5
algorithm with an example.

3 . Explain TCP Connection management Understad C321.6


Finite State Machine. Explain all states
in it.

B.T Level %
Remember 0
CO % Understanding 100
C321.4 33.3 Applying 0
C321.5 33.3 Analysis 0
C321.6 33.3 Evaluate 0
Create 0
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IV B. Tech II Semester
Computer Networks
TUTORIAL SHEETS

FACULTY NAME:

S.NO DATE TUTORIAL HOUR TOPIC


1 Tutorial 1 OSI overview, TCP/IP and other networks models
2 Tutorial 2 Network Topologies WAN, LAN, MAN
3 Tutorial 3 Multiplexing: frequency division multiplexing, wave
length division multiplexing,
4 Tutorial 4 Datagram Networks, Virtual Circuit Networks.
5 Tutorial 5 Data link layer: Design issues, Framing
6 Tutorial 6 Elementary Data Link Layer protocols
7 Tutorial 7 Sliding window protocol
8 Tutorial 8 ALOHA, MAC addresses, Carrier sense multiple access
(CSMA),
9 Tutorial 9 Network Layer
10 Tutorial 10 Standard Ethernet: MAC sub layer, physical
layer, Fast Ethernet: MAC sub layer, physical layer,
IEEE-802.11
11 Tutorial 11 MAC sub layer, addressing
mechanism, frame structure.
12 Tutorial 12 Application layer (WWW and HTTP):
ARCHITECTURE : Client (Browser) ,Server
13 Tutorial 13 HTTP: HTTP Transaction, HTTP Operational Model
and Client/Server Communication
14 Tutorial 14 The wireless web : WAP—The Wireless Application
Protocol
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Department of computer science and engineering


MID- I Result Analysis to identify weak learners
The list of Week learners are having less than 50% (15)
CD

S.No Roll No. MID QUIZ ASSIGNMENT TOTAL

1 158A1A0518 AB AB 5 5

2 158A1A0553 AB AB 5 5

3 158A1A0584 AB AB 5 5

4 158A1A0587 AB AB 5 5

5 158A1A05A7 AB 3 5 8

6 158A1A0556 AB 4 5 9

7 158A1A05B7 AB 5 5 10

8 158A1A0549 5 2 5 12

9 158A1A0583 4 3 5 12

10 158A1A0586 5 3 5 13
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Result analysis:

S.NO EXAM SUBJECT TOTAL No. of % students No. of % students No. of % students
Students failed students between students greater than
failed between 40-60% greater than 60%
40%-60% 60%
1 INTERNAL COMPUTER 113 NIL 0% 3 2.60% 110 97.30%
NETWORKS

2 END COMPUTER 113 39 34.50% 46 40.70% 28 24.70%


EXAM NETWORKS
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Attendance sheet for remedial class for week students:

Date of remedial class


S.NO ROLL NO 19/08/16 26/08/16 02/09/16 02/09/16 02/09/16 09/09/16 16/09/16 23/09/16 30/09/16 05/10/16

1 158A1A0518 P P P P P P P P P P
2 158A1A0553 P P A P P P P P P P
3 158A1A0584 P P P P P P P P P P
4 158A1A0587 P P P P P P P P P P
5 158A1A05A7 A P P P P P P P P P
6 158A1A0556 P P P P P P P P P P
7 158A1A05B7 P P P P P P A P P P
8 158A1A0549 P P P P P P A P P P
9 158A1A0583 A A P A A A A A P A
10 158A1A0586 P P P P P P P P A P
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MID- I Result Analysis to identify Advance learners

The list of Advance learners are having greater than 90%(28)

S.NO. ROLL NO M1 Q1 A1 TOTAL


1 158A1A0502 15 9 5 29
2 158A1A0506 15 9 5 29
3 158A1A0520 15 9 5 29
4 158A1A0527 15 9 5 29
5 158A1A0528 15 9 5 29
6 158A1A0541 15 9 5 29
7 158A1A0542 15 9 5 29
8 158A1A0552 15 9 5 29
9 158A1A0566 15 9 5 29
10 158A1A0503 15 9 5 29
11 158A1A0510 15 9 5 29
12 158A1A0522 15 9 5 29
13 158A1A0523 15 9 5 29
14 158A1A0526 15 9 5 29
15 158A1A0533 15 9 5 29
16 158A1A0537 15 9 5 29
17 158A1A0515 15 10 5 30
18 158A1A0516 15 10 5 30
19 158A1A0540 15 10 5 30
20 158A1A0545 15 10 5 30
21 158A1A0577 15 10 5 30
22 158A1A0511 15 10 5 30
23 158A1A0517 15 10 5 30
24 158A1A0521 15 10 5 30
25 158A1A0524 15 10 5 30
26 158A1A0594 15 10 5 30
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These students are instructed and guided to solve previous GATE question in Computer Networks

Analysis of weak students after mid-II

%
S.NO. ROLL NO M1 Q1 A1 TOTAL M2 Q2 A2 TOTAL change
80
1 158A1A0518 AB AB 5 5
14 19 5 38
73.33333
2
158A1A0553 AB AB 5 5
15 16 4 35
60
3 158A1A0584 AB AB 5 5 15 6 5 26
63.33333
4 158A1A0587 AB AB 5 5 12 13 5 30
53.33333
5
158A1A05A7 AB 3 5 8
14 10 5 29
26.66667
6
158A1A0556 AB 4 5 9
13 A 4 17
36.66667
7
158A1A05B7 AB 5 5 10
14 3 5 22
26.66667
8 158A1A0549 5 2 5 12 15 A 5 20
-40
9 158A1A0583 4 3 5 12 Absent A AB 0
25
10 158A1A0586 5 3 5 13 14 2 5 21
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The assessment of course outcomes (COs) are categorized into two methods.

1. Direct Assessment method


2. Indirect Assessment method
Direct Assessment method:
The performance of a student in each semester shall be evaluated subject – wise with a
maximum of 100 marks for theory subject and 75 marks for practical subject. The project work shall be
evaluated for 200 marks and seminar for 50 marks.
The direct assessment methods along with their assessment criteria are given in Table.3.2.1.1
Table.3.2.1.1 Direct assessment methods and description

S. Assessment
Course Frequency Assessment criteria
No method
It is a metric to continuously assess the
attainment of course outcomes, student’s
learning domains and thus improve the
Descriptive Twice in a
teaching –learning process. For theory subjects,
examinations semester
during the semester there shall be 2 tests. The
Weightage of Internal marks for 30 consists of
Descriptive – 15, Assignment - 05 Objective -10
(Conducted at College level with 20 Multiple
choice questions with a weightage of ½ Mark
each). The objective examination is for 20
Theory Objective Twice in a minutes duration. The subjective examination is
Course for 90 minutes duration conducted for 15
examinations semester
marks. Each subjective type test question paper
( Internal
assessment ) shall contain 3 questions and all questions need
1 to be answered. The Objective examination
conducted for 10 marks and subjective
examination conducted for 15 marks are to be
added to the assignment marks of 5 for
finalizing internal marks for 30. The best of the
two tests will be taken for internal marks. As
Twice in a
Assignments the syllabus is framed for 6 units, the 1st mid
semester
examination (both Objective and Subjective) is
conducted in 1-3 units and second test in 4-6
units of each subject in a semester.

The end semester examination is conducted


Theory End semester Once in a
covering the topics of all Units for 70 marks.
Course examination semester
Part – A contains a mandatory question for 22
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marks (Which covers entire syllabus). Part – B


(External has 6 questions (One from each Unit). The
assessment) student has to answer 3 out of 6 questions in
Part – B and carries a weightage of 16 marks
each.

For practical subjects there shall be continuous


Continuous
evaluation during the semester for 25 internal
evaluation and Continuous
marks and 50 end examination marks. The
record
internal 25 marks shall be awarded as follows:
Internal Once in a continuous evaluation – 10 marks, Record-5
Laboratory examination semester marks and the remaining 10 marks to be
courses awarded by conducting an internal laboratory
2 test. The end examination shall be conducted
(Practical by the teacher concerned and external
course) examiner. The external 50 marks shall be
External Once in a
awarded as follows: write-up – 20 marks,
examination semester
execution – 20 marks and viva-voce of 10
marks.

Course outcome assessment procedure for theory course:


The course outcomes are assessed using the following generalized formula

CO Direct Assessment = 30% of Internal Assessment + 70% of External Assessment


Internal Assessment =15% of DESCRIPTIVE + 10% of OBJECTIVE + 5% of ASSIGNMENT

Course outcome assessment procedure for laboratory course:


The course outcomes are assessed using the following generalized formula

CO Direct Assessment = 33% of Internal Assessment + 67% of External Assessment


Internal Assessment =13% of Continuous Evaluation + 7% of Record + 13% of Lab Internal Exam
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Indirect Assessment method:


This method is based on student’s knowledge and skills acquired from different types of courses.

The indirect assessment methods along with their assessment criteria are given in Table.3.2.1.2
Table.3.2.1.2 Indirect assessment methods and description
S. Type of
Frequency Assessment criteria
No component
Course End Once at the end of Collect information from the students to assess the
1
Survey semester course outcomes at the end of the semester.

CO Assessment = 90% of CO Direct Assessment + 10% CO Indirect


Assessment

Tools Used for Theory Course:

 Descriptive Examinations
 Objective Examinations
 Assignments
 End Examination

Tools Used for Laboratory Course:

 Continuous Evaluation
 Record
 Internal Exam
o Initial Procedure
o Conduct of Experiment
o Result
o Viva-Voce
 End Examination
o Write-up
o Execution
o Viva-Voce
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Course assesment
A.Y: 2017-
18
Course Name: Computer Networks (C321)
Class: III B.Tech I Sem
ASSIGN SUM ASSIGN Universit
Student Name M1 Q1 1 1 M2 Q2 2 y Exam
Max. Marks 15 10 5 - 15 10 5 70
13.3
Class Average 3 7.01 4.96 - 7.89 4.6 4.9 43
No. of students
above class
average 71 59 116 - 49 39 117 35
Students above 59.1 49.1 53.8 42.
class average in % 6 6 96.66 - 4 9 97.5 46
Overal
Attainment Level - l
CO1 2 2 3 - 2 2.1
CO2 2 2 3 - 2 2.1
CO3 2 2 3 - 2 2.1
CO4 - 2 2 3 2 2.1
CO5 - 2 2 3 2 2.1
CO6 - 2 2 3 2 2.1
Course: 2.1

Type of Exam weightage


% of students CO
students attained Leve
CO l Subjective exam 40
X > 70% 3 Quiz 10
40%< X <70% 2 assignment 10
X < 40% 1 university exam 40

Overall course 2.1


attainment level

Faculty Signature
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PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8 PO9 PO10 PO11 PO12 PSO1 PSO2
C321.1 1 3 2 2 2
C321.2 3 1 1 2 2
C321.3 1 3 2 3 2
C321.4 3 2 3 2
C321.5 2 3 2 1 2
C321.6 3 1 2 2 2
C321 2.17 2.17 1.80 2.17 2.00
PO
attainment 1.52 1.52 1.26 1.52 1.40
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Plan of action to improve CO attainment:

 Planned to organize guest lecture on Computer Networks .