Outcome-Based Education (OBE) is an educational philosophy where the teaching and learning approach that is based upon a predetermined set of expected outcomes. The term outcomes in this matter would be a set of values or attributes on what a student should acquire upon completion of a certain level of learning. For example, programme outcomes (PO) would indicate the attribute that a student should have upon graduation. The general approach of the OBE educational framework adopted by MITS consists of the following components:
Programme Outcomes are a series of qualities or attributes that a graduate are expected to know or be able to perform or attain by the time of graduation. These relate to the knowledge (cognitive), skills (psychomotor), and behaviour (affective) that the student acquire through the programme. At College of Engineering, POs are specific to each programme.
The details can be viewed in the respective department webpage.
- Department of Civil Engineering
- Department of Computer Science & Engineering
- Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering
- Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering
- Department of Mechanical Engineering
- Department of Management Studies
- Department of Computer Applications
The Course Outcomes (CO) are elements of Technical or Soft skills that each student must acquire prior to completion of a specific course (i.e. a subject) taught. CO is designed to support and be measureable against PO. CO is very specific to each individual course.