Programme Specific Outcomes and Course Outcomes for all Programme offered by the institution are:





Department of Biotechnology

S.No. Name of Programme Programme Specific Outcomes
1. B.Sc. (Medical) PSO1 To empower students to think and solve problems in the field of biotechnology.
PSO2 Produce bio technologists that can work within interdisciplinary framework of biotechnology and related fields.
PSO3 Provide education that leads to comprehensive understanding of principles and practices of daily life which involves biotechnology.
PSO4 Provide training in technical skills and in different methods used in biotechnology.
PSO5 Enable to design, perform experiments, analyze and interpret data for investigating problems.
PSO6 Understand need and impact of biotechnology solutions on environment, society etc keeping in mind sustainable solutions.
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Department of Botany

S.No. Name of Programme Programme Specific Outcomes
1. B.Sc. (Medical) PSO1 To provide thorough curriculum made for the knowledge about various plant betterment of the students, groups from primitive to highly enhance the ability and thinking evolved.
PSO2 To make the students aware of applications of different plants in various industries.
PSO3 Develop the ability to work hard and make students fit for society.
PSO4 Develop the ability for the application of acquired knowledge in various fields of life so as to make our country self-sufficient.
PSO5 Expose students to the diversity amongst life forms.
PSO6 Develop skill in practical work, experiments, equipments and laboratory use along with collection and interpretation of biological materials and data.

Department of Chemistry

S.No. Name of Programme Programme Specific Outcomes
1. B.Sc. (Non-Med) PSO1 Understanding of Basic concepts in Chemistry
PSO2 Providing them knowledge of daily life chemistry like determination of some common adulterants in foods
PSO3 Knowledge of mechanisms of chemical reactions
PSO4 Synthesis of organic compounds by using Green Chemistry
PSO5 Handling of sophisticated instruments like pH meter, conductivity meter etc.
2. M.Sc. (Chemistry) PSO1 Knowledge of all fields of Chemistry like spectroscopy, LFT etc.
PSO2 Performing Multistep organic synthesis by their own
PSO3 Handling of sophisticated instruments like Spectrophotometer, Turbidity meter etc.
PSO4 Understanding of different software used in chemistry for drawing reactions scheme like CHEM DRAW

Department of Commerce

S.No. Name of Programme Programme Specific Outcomes
1. B.Voc (Bachelor of Vocation) PSO1 Enhanced employability by providing practical knowledge to the students.
PSO2 Students have been imparted with knowledge of share market as well as entrepreneurship to get self employed.
PSO3 Developed occupational expertise of students through sustained practices and application oriented techniques.
PSO4 Hands on experience enhanced the practical problem solving ability of the students.
PSO5 Imbibe the theoretical and practical skill to pursue high education in allied areas of finance viz. financial engineering, financial market operations etc.
2. BBA (Bachelor of Administration) PPSO1 Advance professionally in employment from operational level to supervisory level.
PSO2 Take to entrepreneurship or get engaged in professionalizing family business.
PSO3 Aspire to earn an advanced professional degree or certification.
PSO4 Contribute towards community development by exhibiting ethical values in decision making.
3. B.Com (Bachelor of Commerce) PSO1 To understand theoretical as well as practical aspects of new tax payment system in the country.
PSO2 To produce graduates equipped with practical knowledge and skill; cover aspects of income tax laws i.e. application of PAN, E-filling of returns.
PSO3 To explore cover opportunities and become self employed.
4. M.Com (Master of Commerce) PSO1 To prepare, present and publish the financial statement of the corporate sector in a systematic manner.
PSO2 Knowledge of Indian banking system and sector.
PSO3 To understand various tools and techniques for analysis of interpretation of financial statements.
PSO4 To understand marketing tools, marketing strategies, product management, market research and consumer trend.

Department of Computer Science & Information Technology

S.No. Name of Programme Programme Specific Outcomes
1. BCA (Bachelor of Computer Application) PSO1 Able to design and develop reliable software applications for social needs and excel in IT enabled services.
PSO2 Able to analyse and identify the customer requirements in multidisciplinary domains, create high level design and implement robust software applications using latest technological skills.
PSO3 Able to design new network solutions and improve the efficiency of current network.
PSO4 Proficient in successfully designing innovative solutions for solving real life business problems and addressing business development issues with a passion for quality, competency and holistic approach.
PSO5 Able to do the basic troubleshooting and repair of computer equipments and networks.
PSO6 Communicate effectively in both verbal and written form.
PSO7 Involve in lifelong learning to adapt the technological advancements in the emerging areas of computer applications and constantly upgrade their skills with an attitude towards independent and lifelong learning.
2. B.Sc. IT (Information Technology) PSO1 Creates base for programming and inculcates the ability to design and develop applications for real world problems.
PSO2 Educate students in Computer Science and Information Technology with emphasis on hands-on practical training in software development.
PSO3 Able to identify, manage, maintain networks and improving performance through ongoing monitoring and troubleshooting.
PSO4 To build software systems and apply the technologies in various fields of Computer, including hardware problems, Website development and management, databases, and software engineering techniques.
PSO5 Improves communication skills so that they can effectively present technical information in oral and written reports
PSO6 Provide understanding of foundations and importance of ecommerce and acquire the knowledge in marketing.
3. B.Voc. (Modern Office Practices) PSO1 To use different management techniques such as planning, organizing, staffing, directing and control for taking effective decisions for performing office duties.
PSO2 To do typing work for the preparation of letters, bills, invoices, forms, notices reports, statements and almost every kind of written communication.
PSO3 To do effective correspondence for managing the office and to provide help to chief executive.
PSO4 To deal with financial transactions of the institute/industry/company. Development of competencies in communication (written & oral).
PSO5 To use Desktop Publishing (DTP), printing, presentation software, Ms-office , mailing software on computer for providing better office services in the changing modern office scenario.
4. PGDCA (Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application) PSO1 Non Technical Graduates will get in-depth knowledge about usage of computers in business, education and Society.
PSO2 Able to create and design professional documents that demonstrate the proficiency in the use of word processing , spreadsheets, database, animation and presentation applications.
PSO3 Setting up and troubleshooting of basic computing equipments and networks.
PSO4 Apply the basic programming skills and knowledge about networking, internet, different hardware and software specification to solve common business problems.
PSO5 Able to demonstrate analytical and design skills including the ability to generate creative solutions and foster team oriented, professionalism through effective communication in their careers.
PSO6 PGDCA graduates will have successful careers based on their understanding of formal and practical methods of Application Development using the concepts of computer programming, software and design principles.
5. M.Sc. (Computer Science) PSO1 Able to analyze complex problems and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution.
PSO2 Able to collect, interpret, critically analyze and identify patterns and trends in data sets to retrieve and evaluate relevant professional information to establish business needs.
PSO3 Able to research, design, develop, test and maintain computer System and increase the overall system performance for organizations.
PSO4 Inculcates the ability to design, develops and deploys network solutions and analyse, maintain and upgrade the existing network system.
PSO5 Able to use software development tools, software systems and modern computing platforms and techniques to develop applications for real world problems with dexterity.
PSO6 Communicate in both oral and written forms, demonstrating the practice of professional ethics and the concerns for social welfare
PSO7 Able to Identify, analyze and synthesize scholarly literature related to the field of Computer Science and be receptive to new ideas and innovations.
PSO8 Familiar and practically competent with a broad range of programming language and open source platforms.
6. M.Sc. (Information Technology) PSO1 Apply the latest computing and software development tools and techniques to solve problems in the field of information technology;
PSO2 Able to identify and describe the impact of key factors related to the design, management and performance of large scale software systems.
PSO3 Able to Understand the concepts and applications like Web designing and development, Mobile application development, and Network and communication technologies
PSO4 Able to acquire the learning skills in collecting, analyzing, evaluating the problems and applying it in the real time applications
PSO5 Able to understand the principles and working of the hardware and software aspects of computer systems.
PSO6 Ability to understand the structure and development methodologies of software systems. Possess professional skills and knowledge of software design process.
PSO7 Be acquainted with the contemporary issues, latest trends in technological development and thereby innovate new ideas and solutions to existing problems.

Department of Economics

S.No. Name of Programme Programme Specific Outcomes
1. Economics as a subject in B.A. and M.A. Economics PSO1 Provide knowledge about Basic Economic Problem, Theories of Demand, Elasticities of Demand, Production functions etc.
PSO2 Understanding National Income and Accounts, Consumption Functions, Investment Function and Concept of Money.
PSO3 Learn about Perfect Competition, Oligopoly, Baumol’s sales revenue maximization model and Pigovian welfare economics.
PSO4 Develop an understanding of Economic Planning, Investment Criteria, Project Evaluation, Exchange rate, Punjab Economy, Industrial Development and Agricuture.
PSO5 Comprehend the significance of Financial relations between centre and states.
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Department of Education

S.No. Name of Programme Programme Specific Outcomes
1. B.A. B.Ed., B.Sc. B.Ed., PSO1 To integrate general studies comprising science, social science humanities and professional studies to provide a strong foundation to future teachers.
PSO2 To maintain a balance between theoretical and practical components of the programme, thus representing a wide knowledge base of a school teacher.
PSO3 To train teachers for upper primary and secondary stages of school education.
PSO4 Become a competent teacher providing the best learning to the students
PSO5 Make use of subject specific pedagogical knowledge and skills
PSO6 Practice skills and approaches for enhancing understanding of subject matter knowledge to be taught in secondary schools.
PSO7 Appreciate the role of teacher in prevailing socio-cultural and political systems in general and education system in particular.

Department of English

S.No. Name of Programme Programme Specific Outcomes
1. English as an Elective and Compulsory Subject in graduation PSO1 Recognize rhetorical and literary techniques in texts
PSO2 Develop convincing, well-supported essays
PSO3 Understand the relationship of literature and rhetoric to history and culture
PSO4 Understand the history of literature in English in terms of major periods and authors
PSO5 Relate the study of discourse in English to other disciplines
PSO6 Understand and use basic research tools
PSO7 Develop questions and topics worth researching
2. M.A. English PSO1 Familiar with representative literary and cultural texts within a significant number of historical, geographical, and cultural contexts.
PSO2 Able to apply critical and theoretical approaches to the reading and analysis of literary and cultural texts in multiple genres.
PSO3 Develop the ability to identify, analyze, interpret and describe the critical ideas, values, and themes that appear in literary and cultural texts and understand the way these ideas, values, and themes inform and impact culture and society, both now and in the past.
PSO4 Gain knowledge to write analytically in a variety of formats, including essays, research papers, reflective writing, and critical reviews of secondary sources.
PSO5 Proficiency in ethically gather, understand, evaluate and synthesize information from a variety of written and electronic sources

Department of Zoology

S.No. Name of Programme Programme Specific Outcomes
1. B.Sc. (Medical) PSO1 The program provides in depth knowledge and understanding of structure and phylogenetics of animal diversity, the role of animal diversity in ecosystem sustainability, and the life processes that supports their functioning.
PSO2 The students would learn the organisation of knowledge in a structured form, assimilate the information and ideas and relate the subject knowledge from one aspect to another.
PSO3 Students will essentially perform practical work in laboratory or may perform some experiments on field. They would apply their abstract knowledge into practical hands on experience in laboratories for better understanding and analytical evaluations.
PSO4 The course will also involve the usage of modern tools and it will help the students to select and apply appropriate techniques and modern instruments for molecular biology, animal physiology, biochemical estimations, animal tissue culture, cellular activities of animals and other medical laboratory technologies with an understanding of the application and respective limitations.
PSO5 The students would learn to interpret problems; use research based knowledge and makes a critical analysis towards the solution of the problem with valid conclusions with respect to ecological sustainability, environmental and agricultural sustainability, health problems, disorders or any sort of diseases, diversity loss, etc.

Department of Political Science

S.No. Name of Programme Programme Specific Outcomes
1. Political Science as a subject in B.A. and M.A. Pol. Sci. PSO1 Understanding of the nation’s political institutions, political culture, and political ideologies, as well as how public policy is decided upon and implemented.
PSO2 Understand various types of political systems around the world, and that these may differ from each other with regard to their individual political institutions, political culture, political ideologies, and public policies.
PSO3 Learn about the concepts, theories, and data needed to comprehend the interactions of nations that constitute international relations, and the nature of such global institutions as the United Nations, regional alliances, and international law.
PSO4 Aware of the crucial questions raised by classical and contemporary political philosophers, and of some of the solutions proposed by them to answer fundamental questions about the role of politics in human life.
PSO5 Understand the means of inquiry in the social sciences generally, and in political science in particular. This will include an understanding of how knowledge about politics and government is generated by political scientists working within their discipline.

Department of Hindi

S.No. Name of Programme Programme Specific Outcomes
1. Hindi as an Elective Subject in graduation PSO1 Broadens the outlook of students and raises in them a sense of confidence and responsibility.
PSO2 Makes them understand the society better and ready them to fullfil their duties and responsibilities towards the society in good way.
PSO3 Improve their creative writing abilities towards writing in hindi to enable them to contribute towards Indian literature.
PSO4 Trains them in the field of journalism and media writing so that they can choose them as a professional option after the course completion.

Department of Punjabi

S.No. Name of Programme Programme Specific Outcomes
1. M.A Punjabi and Punjabi as a Elective Subject PSO1 To develop excellent proficiency in Punjabi language.
PSO2 To develop the ability to use the language effectively for the purpose of practical communication and to make them think and express ideas, sentiments in the language.
PSO3 To improve their reading and writing skill
PSO4 To strengthen student’s ability to analyze, interpret and evaluate all forms of literary expression

Department of History

S.No. Name of Programme Programme Specific Outcomes
1. History as a Elective Subject PSO1 To build its students’ transferable skills, employability and intellectual curiosity, along with raising public awareness about the past and its legacies.
PSO2 Prepares students for a wide range of careers by teaching a core set of transferable skills through the study of societies, cultures, and economies across a broad chronological and geographical spectrum.
PSO3 Identify relationship between causes and effects etc.
PSO4 Knowledge about other religions and faiths.

Department of Physical Education

S.No. Name of Programme Programme Specific Outcomes
1. Physical Education as a Elective Subject PSO1 Recognize the physical and mental benefits of increased activity.
PSO2 Understand anatomy, basic bio mechanical principles and terminology.
PSO3 Utilize physical activity as a tool to manage stress.
PSO4 Understand and utilize various training methods.
PSO5 Assess individual levels of fitness components.
PSO6 Develop an appreciation of physical activity as a lifetime pursuit and a means to better health.

Department of Physics

S.No. Name of Programme Programme Specific Outcomes
1. B.Sc. (Non-Med.) PSO1 Students will demonstrate proficiency in mathematics and the mathematical concepts needed for a proper understanding of physics.
PSO2 Students will demonstrate knowledge of classical mechanics, electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, and thermal physics, and be able to apply this knowledge to analyze a variety of physical phenomena.
PSO3 Students will show that they have learned laboratory skills, enabling them to take measurements in a physics laboratory and analyze the measurements to draw valid conclusions.
PSO4 Students will be capable of oral and written scientific communication, and will prove that they can think critically and work independently.

Department of Sanskrit

S.No. Name of Programme Programme Specific Outcomes
1. Sanskrit as a Elective Subject PSO1 To increase ability to read and understand Sanskrit texts
PSO2 To increase knowledge and understanding of Sanskrit grammar
PSO3 Students will be familiar of the history of Sanskrit literature
PSO4 Students will be familiar of Sanskrit culture and religious background

Department of Journalism and Mass Communication

S.No. Name of Programme Programme Specific Outcomes
1. B.A Journalism and Mass Communication PSO1 Ability to understand media content and context across the globe.
PSO2 Understand emerging media techniques and trends.
PSO3 Plethora of job opportunities in Mass Communication.
PSO4 Enables for critical evaluation and interpretation of communication for development.
PSO5 Acquire skills for creative as well as scientific writings.
PSO6 Comprehend historical/ political/ cultural notions of society.
PSO7 Technical understanding of various media tools and their application for creating informative or opinion based stories to words, sound, images, videos and graphics.
2. Bachelor of Vocation in Radio and TV Production PSO1 Understanding Radio and TV Industry.
PSO2 Enhances creativity, enables skills in content production for Audio and Video.
PSO3 Ability to explore multidisciplinary approach in society.
PSO4 Vast job opportunities and expertise at every level of understanding of the subject.
PSO5 Enables to pursue for higher studies in the field of mass communication.
3. M.A Journalism and Mass Communication PSO1 To develop ability to understand Media and its applications in routine life.
PSO2 Understanding and polishing skills in mass communication focusing employment opportunities in this field.
PSO3 Help develop critical thinking skills and ability to contextualize and reflect the emerging trends in media.
PSO4 Understand and develop interdisciplinary research approach for media literacy and discourse.

Department of Tourism and Hotel Management

S.No. Name of Programme Programme Specific Outcomes
1. BTHM (Bachelor of Tourism and Hotel Management) PSO1 Provide a common body of knowledge in hospitality management coupled with a broad education and awareness of skills and attitudes which will prepare students for responsible leadership roles in the hospitality industry.
PSO2 Develop employability skills required of hotel-restaurant management, golf management and culinary professionals through the use of a competency-based program.
PSO3 Provide students with relevant hands-on operational experience in some facet of the hospitality industry.
2. MTM (Master in Tourism Management) PSO1 Provide basic skills required at the reception.
PSO2 Knowledge about front desk as a working environment.
PSO3 Understand about the basics of Opera PMS – System.
PSO4 Understand security of an accommodation business.
PSO5 Develop skills of customer service at the front desk.
3. Diploma in Food Production PSO1 Practice and demonstrate industry-standard knowledge and skills regarding sanitation, personal hygiene and safety procedures.
PSO2 Practice and demonstration skills and knowledge required of professional culinarians and apply them to commercial kitchen operations.
PSO3 Demonstrate the ability to work in a professional kitchen as a prep, line and pantry cook.
PSO4 Demonstrate the ability to work in a professional bakery.
PSO5 Utilize interpersonal skills to lead/manage first-level employees in a culinary setting.
PSO6 Display classic and contemporary cooking and baking techniques that represent a variety of global cuisines.
4. Diploma in Front Office Operations PSO1 Knowledge of hotel related legislation and its practical implementation.
PSO2 Knowledge of how to use information technology in hotel customer service.
PSO3 Awareness of the safety and security requirements from hotel front office point of view.
PSO4 Acquire skills to serve in a professional manner and understand that hospitality in one of the central values and success factors of the sector.

Department of Mathematics

S.No. Name of Programme Programme Specific Outcomes
1. Maths as a subject in B.A, B.Sc. (NM), B.A B.Ed, B.Sc B.Ed, B.Sc. (Comp. Sc.), B.Sc. (Eco.) and M.Sc. (Maths) PSO1 The students of Mathematics will get respectable intellectual level seeking to expose scientific research orientation in Mathematics. The curriculum is designed to provide academic competence in the areas of both theoretical and applied mathematics like Real Analysis, Algebra, Mechanics enhancing the professional objectives of students.
PSO2 To equip students with knowledge of principles, theories and concepts of Differential Geometry, Differential and Integral Equations etc. and to develop the personality of the individual by giving them the necessary skills.
PSO3 Students will be able to know and demonstrate understanding of the concepts from the branches of the mathematics (Functional analysis, Topology, Discrete Mathematics) etc.
PSO4 To impart training in Mathematics and apply it in the field of Information Technology using Statistics, Operations Research etc. and to train students to pursue research in the field of pure and applied mathematics

Department of Physics

S.No. Name of Programme Programme Specific Outcomes
1. B.Sc. (Non-Med.) PSO1 Students will demonstrate proficiency in mathematics and the mathematical concepts needed for a proper understanding of physics.
PSO2 Students will demonstrate knowledge of classical mechanics, electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, and thermal physics, and be able to apply this knowledge to analyze a variety of physical phenomena.
PSO3 Students will show that they have learned laboratory skills, enabling them to take measurements in a physics laboratory and analyze the measurements to draw valid conclusions.
PSO4 Students will be capable of oral and written scientific communication, and will prove that they can think critically and work independently.
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Department of Geography

S.No. Name of Programme Programme Specific Outcomes
1. B.Sc. (Medical) PSO1 To provide thorough curriculum made for the knowledge about various plant betterment of the students, groups from primitive to highly enhance the ability and thinking evolved.
PSO2 To make the students aware of applications of different plants in various industries.
PSO3 Develop the ability to work hard and make students fit for society.
PSO4 Develop the ability for the application of acquired knowledge in various fields of life so as to make our country self-sufficient.
PSO5 Expose students to the diversity amongst life forms.
PSO6 Develop skill in practical work, experiments, equipments and laboratory use along with collection and interpretation of biological materials and data.