(National Education Policy (2020 Scheme) 
Academic Year 2021 and onwards

PO 1. Understand the basic principles of various branches of Chemistry

PO 2. Demonstrate a range of practical skills to conduct and infer experiments independently and in groups

PO 3. Apply the key concepts and standard methodologies to solve problems related to Chemistry

PO 4. Apply methodologies to the solution of unfamiliar types of problems

PO 5. Exhibit skills leading to employability in Chemistry and allied industries

PO 6. Comprehend the fundamental aspects of research in Chemistry

PO 7 Possess the level of proficiency in subject required for post-graduation as well as for pursuing research in Chemistry and related interdisciplinary subjects

PO 8 Design solutions stemming from the application of Chemistry to the local issues.


(National Education Policy (2020 Scheme) 
Academic Year 2020 and onwards

PEO-1: Chemistry graduates will be well prepared for successful careers in the profession at an industry and/or in government in one or more of discipline of chemistry.

PEO-2:  Chemistry graduates will be academically prepared to become licensed professional chemists in due course and will contribute effectively in serving the society.

PEO-3:  Chemistry graduates will be engaged in professional activities to enhance their own achievement and simultaneously contribute in service of humankind.

PEO-4: Chemistry graduates will be successful in higher education in Chemistry.

PEO-5:  Chemistry graduates will provide leadership quality to work in all kind of circumstances, diverse environment such as interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary learning systems.


(National Education Policy (2020 Scheme) 
Academic Year 2020 and onwards






DSC-1: Analytical and Organic Chemistry-I

CO 1. Learn the concepts of chemical analysis, accuracy, precision, and statistical data treatment

CO 2. Prepare the solutions after calculating the required quantity of salts in preparing the reagents/solutions and dilution of stock solution.

CO 3. Know the concept of volumetric and gravimetric analysis and deducing the conversion factor for determination

CO 4. Handle toxic chemicals, concentrated acids and organic solvents and practice safety procedures.

CO 5. Understand the concepts of Organic reactions and techniques of writing the movement of electrons, bond breaking, bond forming

CO 6. Learn the Concept of aromaticity, resonance, hyper conjugation, etc.

CO 7. Understand the preparation of alkanes, alkenes and alkynes, their reactions, etc.

CO 8. Understand the mechanism of nucleophilic, electrophilic reactions.








CO 1. Learn scientific theory of atoms, concept of wave functions, the fundamentals of quantum mechanics and concept of operators

CO 2. Understand the physical and chemical characteristics of elements

CO 3. Identify the given element, relative size, charges of proton, neutron and electron and their assembly to form different atoms

CO 4. Learn the theory of dilute solutions, distribution law and its applications

CO 5. Properties of liquid as solvent for various household and commercial use

CO 6. Explain the laws governing the behaviour of ideal gases and real gases including their comparison

CO 7. Understand the laws of crystallography, X-ray diffraction techniques, Bragg’s law and its applications

CO 8. Solve the problems related to quantum mechanics, different molecular velocities, critical constants, and molar mass of non-volatile solutes.






DSC-3: Analytical and Organic Chemistry-II


CO 1) Understand the importance of fundamental law and validation parameters in chemical analysis

CO 2) Know how different analytes in different matrices (water and real samples) can be determined by spectrophotometric, nephelometric and turbidimetric methods.

CO 3) Understand the requirement for chemical analysis by paper, thin layer and column chromatography.

CO 4) Apply solvent extraction method for quantitative determination of metal ions in different samples

CO 5) Utilize the ion-exchange chromatography for domestic and industrial applications

CO 6) Explain mechanism for a given reaction.

CO 7) Predict the probable mechanism for a reaction. Explain the importance of reaction intermediates, its role and techniques of generating such intermediates.

CO 8) Explain the importance of Stereochemistry in predicting the structure and property of organic molecules.

CO 9) Predict the configuration of an organic molecule and able to designate it.

CO 10) Identify the chiral molecules and predict its actual configuration.






DSC-4: Inorganic and Physical Chemistry-II

CO 1) Predict the nature of the bond formed between different elements

CO 2) Identify the possible type of arrangements of ions in ionic


CO 3. Relate different energy parameters like, lattice energy, entropy, enthalpy and solvation energy in the dissolution of ionic solids

CO 4. Explain covalent nature in ionic compounds

CO 5. Write the M.O. energy diagrams for simple molecules

CO 6. Differentiate bonding in metals from their compounds

CO 7. Learn important laws of thermodynamics and their applications to various thermodynamic systems

CO 8. Understand adsorption processes and their mechanisms and the function and purpose of a catalyst

CO 9. Apply adsorption as a versatile method for wastewater purification.

CO 10. Understand the concept of rate of a chemical reaction, integrated rate equations, energy of activation and determination of order of a reaction based on experimental data

CO 11. Know different types of electrolytes, usefulness of conductance and ionic mobility measurements.

CO 12. The fundamentals of thermodynamics including the laws, the concept of entropy and free energy functions and their applications.

Environmental Science


(National Education Policy (2020 Scheme) 
Academic Year 2020 and onwards

By the end of the Programme the students will be able to develop:

PO1. Disciplinary knowledge in fields related to Environmental Science

PO 2. Systemic and critical thinking with reference to environment people-economic-development attributes

PO 3. Problem identification skills and sustainable solution provisioning

PO 4. Analytical reasoning and appropriate interpretation skills

PO 5. Self-directed learning efficiencies leading to a productive lifelong

learning process

PO 6. Research-related skills such as review of literature, design of

experiments, statistical competence, report writing and prepare.

target specific communication packages.

PO 7. Cooperation/Teamwork

PO 8. Reflective thinking

PO 9. Multidisciplinary competence catering to environmental sustainability


(National Education Policy (2020 Scheme) 
Academic Year 2020 and onwards
  1. Employment in the Environmental Sector: Graduates will successfully secure employment in the environmental field which could include various sectors such as environmental consultancy, conservation organizations, government agencies, non-profit organizations, or corporations with sustainability divisions.
  2. Advanced Study and Research: Graduates will be adequately prepared and motivated to pursue further education such as a master’s degree or a doctorate in environmental science or a related field. They may also pursue professional degrees in law or business, focusing on environmental policy or sustainability practices.
  3. Professional Skills: Graduates will demonstrate an ability to apply foundational and advanced knowledge of environmental science in a professional context, contributing to their roles and responsibilities effectively. They will use their skills to analyze and interpret environmental data, conduct field and lab research, and develop environmental impact assessments.
  4. Interdisciplinary Approach: Graduates will effectively integrate knowledge from various disciplines like biology, chemistry, geology, and social sciences, to understand and address environmental issues holistically.
  5. Environmental Stewardship: Graduates will actively contribute to the protection and sustainable management of the environment in their professional and personal capacities, showing commitment towards reducing environmental degradation and promoting sustainable practices.
  6. Ethical Considerations: Graduates will make informed and ethical decisions regarding environmental issues, considering the environmental, societal, and economic implications of their actions.
  7. Communication and Advocacy: Graduates will effectively communicate scientific information and advocacy for environmental issues to various stakeholders, including policymakers, the general public, or within their professional settings. SURANA COLLEGE No. 167, 5th Main Road, Industrial Suburb, 2nd Stage, Behind FTI, Near ESIC Hospital, Peenya, Bengaluru-560022
  8. Policy Understanding: Graduates will be adept at understanding and navigating the environmental policy landscape and will contribute to the creation, implementation, or critique of environmental policies.
  9. Global Perspective: Graduates will understand and address global environmental challenges, showing preparedness for work in a multicultural and international context.
  10. Continual Learning: Graduates will demonstrate the motivation for lifelong learning and professional development in the evolving field of environmental science, keeping up-to date with the latest research, trends, and technologies


(National Education Policy (2020 Scheme) 
Academic Year 2020 and onwards







CO 1 Demonstrate an entry level competence in understanding the environmental divisions and associated processes.

CO 2 Demonstrate the ability to carry out water quality analysis in the laboratory and interpret the results.

CO 3 Ability to understand and appreciate the role of environmental parameters in specific day-to-day activities.

CO 4 Be able to understand the demands and function in work environment dealing with environmental systems.







CO 1 Demonstrate an entry level competence in understanding the ecological dynamics and their influence on humans and anthropogenic endeavours.

CO 2 Demonstrate the ability to carry out ecological analysis in field conditions/laboratories and make appropriate judgements.

CO 3 Ability to understand and appreciate the role of ecology and system dynamics in specific habitats/agroecosystems.

CO 4 Be able to understand the demands and function in work environment dealing with environmental systems.







CO 1 Demonstrate competence in understanding the significance of natural resources in economic/ecological development.

CO 2 Demonstrate the ability to carry out the process of identification of, data procurement and interpretation with reference to natural resources.

CO 3 Ability to understand and appreciate the role of quantification of resource use pattern in contemporary/sustainable development paradigms.

CO 4 Be able to understand the demands of data analysis and reporting in natural resource management domain




CO 1 Demonstrate competence in understanding the ecological, social and legal dimensions of biodiversity and wildlife.

CO 2 Demonstrate the ability to carry out data collection procedures and analysis in field conditions/laboratories and make appropriate interpretations.

CO 3 Ability to understand and appreciate the role of biodiversity in specific natural habitats and agroecosystems.

CO 4 Be able to develop competence and academic skills in contributing towards biodiversity and wildlife conservation.




(National Education Policy (2020 Scheme) 
Academic Year 2020 and onwards

PO 1 Disciplinary Knowledge: bachelor’s degree in mathematics is the culmination of in-depth knowledge of Algebra, Calculus, Geometry, differential equations, and several other branches of pure and applied mathematics. This also leads to study the related areas such as computer science and other allied subjects.

PO 2 Communication Skills: Ability to communicate various mathematical. concepts effectively using examples and their geometrical visualization. The skills and knowledge gained in this program will lead to the proficiency in analytical reasoning which can be used for modeling. and solving of real-life problems.

PO 3 Critical thinking and analytical reasoning: The students undergoing this Programme acquire ability of critical thinking and logical reasoning and capability of recognizing and distinguishing the various aspects of real-life problems.

PO 4 Problem Solving: The Mathematical knowledge gained by the students through this programme develop an ability to analyze the problems, identify and define appropriate computing requirements for its solutions. This programme enhances students’ overall development and equip them with mathematical modeling ability, problem solving skills.

PO 5 Research related skills: The completing this programme develop the

capability of inquiring about appropriate questions relating to the Mathematical concepts in different areas of Mathematics.

PO 6 Information/digital Literacy: The completion of this programme will enable the learner to use appropriate software’s to solve system of algebraic equation and differential equations.

PO 7 Self –directed learning: The student completing this program will develop an ability of working independently and to make an in depth study of various notions of Mathematics.

PO 8 Moral and ethical awareness/reasoning: The student completing this program will develop an ability to identify unethical behavior such as fabrication, falsification or misinterpretation of data and adopting. objectives, unbiased and truthful actions in all aspects of life in general and mathematical studies in particular.

PO 9 Lifelong learning: This programme provides self-directed learning and lifelong learning skills. This programme helps the learner to think independently and develop algorithms and computational skills for solving real word problems.

PO 10 Ability to peruse advanced studies and research in pure and applied Mathematical sciences.


(National Education Policy (2020 Scheme) 
Academic Year 2020 and onwards






MATDSCT 1.1: Algebra – I and Calculus – I

CO1: Learn to solve system of linear equations.

CO2: Solve the system of homogeneous and non-homogeneous linear of m equations in N variables by using concept of rank of matrix, finding eigen values and eigenvectors.

CO3: Sketch curves in Cartesian, polar and pedal equations.

CO4: Students will be familiar with the techniques of integration and differentiation of function with real variables.

CO5: Identify and apply the intermediate value theorems and L’Hospital rule






MATDSCT 2.1: Algebra – II and Calculus – II


CO1: Recognize the mathematical objects called Groups.

CO2: Link the fundamental concepts of groups and symmetries of geometrical objects.

CO3: Explain the significance of the notions of Cosets, normal subgroups, and factor groups.

CO4: Understand the concept of differentiation and fundamental theorems in differentiation and various rules.

CO5: Find the extreme values of functions of two variables.







MATDSCT 3.1: Ordinary Differential Equations and Real Analysis – I


CO1: Solve first-order non-linear differential equations and linear differential equations.

CO2:To model problems in nature using Ordinary Differential Equations.

CO3:Formulate differential equations for various mathematical models.

CO4: Apply these techniques to solve and analyze various mathematical models.

CO5:Understand the fundamental properties of the real numbers that lead to define sequence and series, the formal development of real analysis.

CO6:Learn the concept of Convergence and Divergence of a sequence.

CO7:Able to handle and understand limits and their use in sequences, series, differentiation, and integration.

CO8:Apply the ratio, root, alternating series, and limit comparison tests for convergence and absolute convergence of an infinite series.







MATDSCP 4.1: Practical’s on Partial Differential Equations and Integral Transforms

CO1: Learn Free and Open-Source software (FOSS) tools or computer programming.

CO2: Solve problems on Partial Differential Equations and Integral transforms.

CO3: To find Laplace transform of various functions.

CO4: To find inverse Laplace transform of various functions.

CO5: To find the Fourier series of periodic functions

CO6: To find the half range Fourier series of some functions



(National Education Policy (2020 Scheme) 
Academic Year 2021 and onwards

  1. Disciplinary knowledge
  2. Communication Skills
  3. Critical thinking, Reflective thinking, Analytical reasoning, Scientific reasoning
  4. Problem-solving
  5. Research-related skills
  6. Cooperation/ Teamwork/ Leadership readiness/Qualities
  7. Information/ Digital literacy/Modern Tool Usage
  8. Environment and Sustainability
  9. Multicultural competence
  10. Multi-Disciplinary
  11. Moral and ethical awareness/Reasoning
  12. Lifelong learning / Self Directed Learning


(National Education Policy (2020 Scheme) 
Academic Year 2020 and onwards


Phy-DSCT1: Mechanics and Properties of Matter

CO1: Fixing units, tabulation of observations, analysis of data (graphical/analytical).

CO2:  Accuracy of measurement and sources of errors, importance of significant figures.

CO3: Knowledge of how g can be determined experimentally and derive satisfaction.

CO4: Understanding the difference between simple and torsional pendulum and their use in the determination of various physical parameters.

CO5: Knowledge of how various elastic moduli can be determined.

CO6: Measuring surface tension and viscosity and appreciate the methods adopted.

CO7: Hands on experience of different equipment’s.


Phy-DSCT2: Electricity and Magnetism

CO1: Demonstrate Gauss law, Coulomb’s law for the electric field, and apply it to systems of point charges as well as line, surface, and volume distributions of charges.

CO2: Explain and differentiate the vector (electric fields, Coulomb’s law) and scalar (electric potential, electric potential energy) formalisms of electrostatics.

CO3: Apply Gauss’s law of electrostatics to solve a variety of problems.

CO4: Describe the magnetic field produced by magnetic dipoles and electric currents.

CO5: Explain Faraday-Lenz and Maxwell laws to articulate the relationship between electric and magnetic fields.

CO6: Describe how magnetism is produced and list examples where its effects are observed.

CO7: Apply Kirchhoff’s rules to analyze AC circuits consisting of parallel and/or series combinations of voltage sources and resistors and to describe the graphical relationship of resistance, capacitor, and inductor.

CO8: Apply various network theorems such as Superposition, Thevenin, Norton, Reciprocity, Maximum Power Transfer, etc. and their applications in electronics, electrical circuit analysis, and electrical machines.



Phy-DSCT3: Wave Motion and Optics

CO1: Identify different types of waves by looking into their characteristics.

CO3: Formulate a wave equation and obtain the expression for different parameters associated with waves.

CO3: Explain and give a mathematical treatment of the superposition of waves under different conditions, such as, when they overlap linearly and perpendicularly with equal or different frequencies and equal or different phases.

CO4: Describe the formation of standing waves and how the energy is transferred along the standing wave in different applications, and mathematically model in the case of stretched string and vibration of a rod.

CO5: Give an analytical treatment of resonance in the case of open and closed pipes in general and Helmholtz resonators in particular.

CO6: Describe the different parameters that affect the acoustics in a building, measure it and control it.

CO7: Give the different models of light propagation and phenomenon associated and measure the parameters like the wavelength of light using experiments like Michelson interferometer, interference, and thin films.

CO8: Explain diffraction due to different objects like singles slit, two slits, diffraction of grating, oblique incidence, circular aperture and give the theory and experimental setup for the same.

CO9 Explain the polarization of light and obtain how the polarization occurs due to quarter wave plates, half wave plates, and through the optical activity of a medium.


Phy-DSCT4: Thermal Physics & Electronics

CO1: Apply the laws of thermodynamics and analyze the thermal system.

CO2: Apply the laws of kinetic theory and radiation laws to the ideal and practical thermodynamics systems through derived thermodynamic relations.

CO3: Use the concepts of semiconductors to describe different Semiconductor devices such as diode transistors, BJT, FET etc and explain their functioning.

CO4: Explain the functioning of OP-AMPS and use them as the building blocks of logic gates.

CO5: Give the use of logic gates using different theorems of Boolean Algebra followed by logic circuits.





(National Education Policy (2020 Scheme) 
Academic Year 2020 and onwards

PO1: Skill development for the proper description using botanical terms, identification, naming and classification of life forms especially plants and microbes.

PO2: Acquisition of knowledge on structure, life cycle and life processes that exist among plant and microbial diversity through certain model organism studies.

PO3: Understanding of various interactions that exist among plants and microbes; to develop the curiosity on the dynamicity of nature.

PO4: Understanding of the major elements of variation that exist in the living world through comparative morphological and anatomical study.

PO5: Ability to explain the diversity and evolution based on the empirical evidences in morphology, anatomy, embryology, physiology, biochemistry, molecular biology and life history.

PO6: Skill development for the collection, preservation and recording of information after observation and analysis- from simple illustration to molecular database development.

PO7: Making aware of the scientific and technological advancements- Information and Communication, Biotechnology and Molecular Biology for further learning and research in all branches of Botany.

PO8: Internalization of the concept of conservation and evolution through the channel of spirit of inquiry.

PO 9: To enable the graduates to prepare for national as well as international level competitive examinations            like UGC-CSIR, UPSC, KPSC etc.

PO10: To enable the students for practicing the best teaching pedagogy as a biology teacher including the latest digital modules.

PO 11: The graduates should be knowledgeable and competent enough to appropriately deliver on aspects of global importance like climate change, SDGs, green technologies etc at the right opportunity.

PO 12: The graduate should be able to demonstrate sufficient proficiency in the hands-on experimental techniques for their area of specialization within biology during research and in the professional career.


(National Education Policy (2020 Scheme) 
Academic Year 2020 and onwards

PEO 1: Knowledge and Understanding: Graduates will have a strong foundation of knowledge and understanding in the field of botany, including plant taxonomy, physiology, ecology, genetics, and biotechnology.


PEO 2: Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving: Graduates will be able to apply critical thinking skills to analyze and solve problems related to plants and their environments, including identifying plant species, diagnosing plant diseases, and designing conservation strategies.


PEO 3: Research and Experimental Skills: Graduates will possess the ability to plan, conduct, and interpret scientific research in botany, including fieldwork, laboratory experiments, and data analysis.


PEO 4: Communication Skills: Graduates will effectively communicate scientific information related to botany through oral and written means, including scientific reports, presentations, and publications.


PEO 5: Technological Competence: Graduates will be proficient in using modern technologies, tools, and software relevant to the field of botany, such as molecular biology techniques, microscopy, and data analysis software.


PEO 6: Environmental Stewardship: Graduates will understand the importance of environmental conservation and sustainability, and be able to apply their knowledge to promote the responsible use of plant resources and contribute to ecosystem preservation.


PEO 7: Professionalism and Ethics: Graduates will adhere to professional and ethical standards in their work as botanists, demonstrating integrity, accountability, and a commitment to the responsible and ethical use of plant knowledge and resources.


PEO 8: Lifelong Learning: Graduates will recognize the importance of continuing professional development and engage in lifelong learning to stay updated with the latest advancements in the field of botany.


(National Education Policy (2020 Scheme) 
Academic Year 2020 and onwards




(A-1): Microbial Diversity and Technology


CO1: Understand the fascinating diversity, evolution, and significance of microorganisms.

CO2: Comprehend the systematic position, structure, physiology and life cycles of microbes and their impact on humans and environment.

CO3: Gain laboratory skills such as microscopy, microbial cultures, staining, identification, preservation of microbes for their applications

in research and industry.






(A-2): Diversity of Non- Flowering Plants


CO1: Understand the diversity and affinities among Algae, Bryophytes, Pteridophytes and Gymnosperms.

CO2: Understand the morphology, anatomy, reproduction and life cycle across Algae, Bryophytes, Pteridophytes and Gymnosperms, and their ecological and evolutionary significance.

CO3:     Obtain laboratory skills/explore non- flowering plants for their commercial applications.









(A-3): Plant Anatomy and Developmental Biology


CO1: Observation of variations that exist in internal structure of various parts of a plant and as well as among different plant groups in support for the evolutionary concept.

CO2: Skill development for the proper description of internal structure using botanical terms, their identification and further classification.

CO3: Understanding the basic concepts in plant morphogenesis, embryology and organ development.









(A-4): Ecology & Conservation Biology


CO1: Understanding the fundamental concepts in ecology, environmental science and phytogeography.

CO2: Concept development in conservation, global ecological crisis, Sustainable development and pros and cons of human intervention.

CO3: Enable the student to appreciate bio diversity and the importance of various conservation strategies, laws and regulatory authorities and global issues related to climate change and

sustainable development.


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