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COURSE OUTCOMES (COs)

Course Outcomes are the basic units of Outcome Based Education (OBE) Evaluation System. Having formulated the course outcomes, the next step is to devise a plan for assessing their attainment. Assessment refers to a wide variety of methods or tools used to evaluate measure and document the academic preparedness, learning Progress, skill acquisition of students.

ASSESSMENT PROCESS OUTLINE:

The assessment process is a systematic approach implemented to attain course outcomes. The process is indicated through a step-by-step process. Course Outcome Assessment tools are categorized into direct and indirect methods to assess the course outcomes.

Direct methods : Display the students’ knowledge and skills from their performance in the MID Examinations, Lab Examinations, end-semester examinations, presentations and classroom assignments etc. These methods provide a sampling of what students know and/or can do and provide strong evidence of students learning.

Indirect methods : Gather preparations of how well students are achieving/ achieved a learning outcome. The PAC assesses opinions, thoughts about the graduate knowledge and skills. As it is a complex process, the percentage of attainment is kept at low percentage.

In the final CO attainment, the weightage given for Direct and indirect assessment is 80:20

I. DIRECT METHODS

a) Assessment Methods

The assessment tools required for each category of courses like- theory, lab, projects and seminars are identified respectively to assess each course outcome using the following methods:


Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE) is done by the department and hence performance of each student in individual COs is available. CIE involves internal exams, assignments for theory and internal exams for a lab course.


Semester End Examination (SEE) for theory courses is conducted and evaluated by the affiliating university. The department is provided with information regarding the marks obtained by each student in every course of the semester. SEE lab exam is conducted by the university at the institution level and the evaluation is done by an external examiner appointed by the university.


The assessment is carried through continuous internal Evaluation and Semester End Examination with the following proportions:

Proportional weightages of CIE: SEE is 25:75 for the Theory Courses

Proportional weightages of CIE: SEE is 25:75 for the Laboratory Courses

The assessment tools used for CO attainment are tabulated below.

Category of courseAssessment tools used
Theory coursesCIE - Internal examinations ,assignments
SEE-University examination
Laboratory coursesCIE - continuous evaluation, circuit design and validation / program development as per specifications, testing and debugging, observation table & graphs.
SEE- external lab examination, viva voce.
Industry Oriented Mini projectSEE -abstract, literature survey, software/ Hardware requirement specification and design, implementation, project demonstration, presentation, project report and team effort.
SeminarCIE - abstract, literature survey, seminar and seminar report.
Major ProjectCIE&SEE - abstract, literature survey, software/ Hardware requirement specification and design, implementation, project demonstration, presentation, project report and team effort.

b) Marks Division:

The division of marks prescribed by the university and the weightages arriving at the attainment of CO are given in the below table.

Type Of CourseInternal Marks CIEExternal Marks SEETotal MarksFinal attainment level as per weightage
Theory courses25751000.25*(Internal attainment) + 0.75*(External attainment)
Laboratory courses25751000.25*(Internal attainment) + 0.75*(External attainment)
Seminar50-50CIE Level
Industry Oriented Mini Project-50-SEE Level
Major Project501502000.25*(Internal attainment) + 0.75*(External attainment)

c) Frequency of data collection:

The data required for assessing CO is gathered. Each course instructor maintains the data required like- internal marks, lab continuous evaluation marks, assignment marks, seminar marks, project review marks for assessing COs for respective course. The frequency of data collection for each assessment tool is given in below table.

Category of courseAssessment Tools UsedFrequency of Data Collected
Theory CoursesCIE - Internal examinations ,assignments
SEE-University examination
CIE- Twice per Semester
SEE- Once in a semester
Laboratory CoursesCIE - continuous evaluation, circuit design and validation / program development as per specifications, testing and debugging, observation table/graphs.
SEE- external lab examination, viva voce.
Continuous Evaluation conducted once in a week
Internal exam once in a semester
SEE-once in a semester
Industry Oriented Mini projectSEE -abstract, literature survey, software/ Hardware requirement specification and design, implementation, project demonstration, presentation, project report and team effort.SEE- Once in Final Year Second Semester
SeminarCIE - abstract, literature survey, seminar and seminar report.CIE- Once in Final Year Second Semester
Major ProjectCIE&SEE - abstract, literature survey, software/ Hardware requirement specification and design, implementation, project demonstration, presentation, project report and team effort.CIE & SEE- Once in Final Year Second Semester

d) Identifying of Set Level for Each CO:

The set value for each CO for any given subject is the average of all course outcomes attainment in the Academic Year 2015-16.

For the subsequent academic year the same set value is carried for the same subject if the syllabus is unchanged.

If the CO attainment is “MET” Twice, then the set value is to be increased by 10% otherwise same set value is carried.

If a new subject is introduced in the subsequent academic year then the set value is the average of COs attainment.

e) Analyzing of Results:

Levels of attainment are decided upon the percentage of students of the class who have more than Average mark allotted for the course outcome in the final Examination (CIE/SEE). The attainment level is assigned as follows.

CO AttainmentLevel
x=>60%3
50%<= x <60%2
40%<= x <50%1
x <=40%0

Attainment Level 1: If 40% students scoring more than University average / class Average percentage of marks.

Attainment Level 2: If 50% students scoring more than University average / class Average percentage of marks.

Attainment Level 3: If 60% students scoring more than University average / class Average percentage of marks.

II. INDIRECT METHODS

COURSE END Survey: The Course End Survey is conducted at the end of the each semester. The Objective of the Survey is to know the level of confidence of each CO that student possess by the end of the course.