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TEST 1

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PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (PO) 1 (10)
(PO1) Ability to acquire and apply knowledge of engineering fundamentals 2 (30)
(PO3) Having in-depth technical competence in the chemical engineering discipline 3 (10)
(PO4) Ability to undertake problem identification, formulation and solution 4 (20)
(PO5) Ability to design and evaluate operational performance of chemical processes 5 (30)
(PO9) Ability to design and conduct experiments as well as to analyze and interpret data  c

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