WINSEM2018-19_STS2002_SS_TT621_VL2018195001084_Reference Material I_STS2002_Introduction to Problem - Course code STS2002 Pre-requisite Course title L

# WINSEM2018-19_STS2002_SS_TT621_VL2018195001084_Reference Material I_STS2002_Introduction to Problem

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Course code Course title L T P J C STS2002 Introduction to Problem Solving & Etiquette 3 0 0 0 1 Pre-requisite None Syllabus version 1 Course Objectives: To challenge students to explore their problem solving skills To equip students with effective presentation skills To develop essential skills to tackle quantitative and verbal ability questions Expected Course Outcome: The students will be able to interact confidently and use decision making models effectively The students will be able to deliver impactful presentations The students will be able to be proficient in solving quantitative aptitude and verbal ability questions effortlessly Program Outcomes (PO): 1, 7, 10 & 16 Module:1 Logical Reasoning 12 hours PO: 7 Logical Reasoning Sequence and series Coding and decoding Directions Syllogisms Binary logic Crypto arithmetic Visual Reasoning Abstract Reasoning Spatial reasoning Cubes Data Analysis And Interpretation DI-Tables/Charts/Text

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