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Programme Outcomes

Students in the Geotechnical Engineering Programme should be at the time of their graduation be in possession of the following:



1) To apply knowledge of mathematics and engineering knowledge in providing solutions for Geotechnical related problems.

2) To effectively communicate the knowledge gained to the fellow researchers and engineers.

3) Capability to use modern Geotechnical equipments and softwares to analyse and design structures.

4) To gain cutting edge technology in carrying out research in challenging areas of   Geotechnical engineering.

5) Spearheading Geotechnical principles and techniques in giving solutions focussing with enduring vision.

6) Dexterity to tackle complex Geotechnical problems by evolving new techniques.

7) Competence to organize and manage projects as individually and as a team with economical viability.

8) To practice ethics in professional and social responsibilities.

9) Resourcefulness in creating innovative design solutions in collaboration with the industries that include realistic constraints such as economic, ethical, safety and durability.

10) An ability to recognise the importance of Geotechnical engineering by continuing lifelong professional development and take-up rewarding careers in Geotechnical engineering.

11) Ability to understand the impact of engineering solutions meeting with social needs and environmental sustainability.