Course Outcomes


Expected Course Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to:

Cognitive Level PSO.No.
1 Recall the basic concepts of atomic structure and explain the fundamental principles and origin of spectral lines U 1
2 Recall and differentiate absorption and emission spectra. Identify the application of each region of EM spectrum for spectroscopy. AP 2
3 Recall and explain the techniques and underlying theory of UV- Visible, IR, NMR and Raman, AAS, XRD and mass spectroscopy AP 2
4 Recall and relate the concepts of radioactivity and its applications U 1
5 Identify and relate the concepts in routine observations, functions of chloroplast and mitochondria, body temperature and its regulation AP 1
6 Recall and describe the structure of cell membrane, membrane transport systems and membrane potential. Relate and differentiate various biopotential measuring instruments AP 1
7 Identify and differentiate working principle, instrumentation and applications of various bio-analytical instruments AP 3
8 Reproduce and design an experiment with step-by-step instructions to address a research problem or bio-analytical practical/project C 6

*PSO – Program Specific Outcome; R-Remember; U-Understanding; Ap-Apply; An-Analyze; E-Evaluate; C-Create.