Outcome-Based Education (OBE)

Outcome-Based Education (OBE) centers on students, prioritizing their post-course capabilities and their ability to practically apply acquired knowledge and skills. It encompasses the establishment of well-defined learning objectives, the creation of instructional strategies aligned with these objectives, and the assessment of student progress based on their achieved outcomes. OBE's assessment occurs across multiple educational program levels, encompassing program outcomes, program-specific outcomes, and course outcomes. This entails the development of assessment tools and approaches harmonizing with the learning objectives and their utilization for evaluating student performance. The assessment of Program Outcomes (POs) involves a comprehensive analysis using both direct and indirect methods, including an Exit Survey correlated with specific course outcomes. The accompanying image illustrates the calculation of PO attainment through various components.