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Course Outcomes, Mapping with


Justification and attainment
28-06-2018
Dr. S. Viswanadha Raju
Professor of CSE and Vice Principal
JNTUHCEJ
JNT University Hyderabad
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Attributes of Outcome Based Curriculum

• PART A: Program Educational Objectives(PEOs)

• PART B: Program Outcomes(POs) and program specific


outcomes(PSOs)

• PART C: Assessment of the outcomes, and instructional


materials
a) Course Outcomes / Question bank using Blooms
Taxonomy
b) CO-PO/PSO Mapping with justification
c) Attainment of CO/PO/PSO

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PART B: Programme Outcomes
Program outcomes are narrower statements that describe
what students are expected to know and be able to do by the
time of graduation.

skills, knowledge, and behaviors

Knowledge: Facts students know and concepts they


understand
Skills: Skills students use in managing and applying their
knowledge such as computation, experimentation, analysis,
synthesis/design, evaluation, evaluation, communication,
communication, leadership, leadership, and teamwork.
Attitudes: Attitudes that dictate the goals toward which their
knowledge and skills will be directed– personal values,
concerns, preferences, and biases.
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Course objectives Vs. Course outcomes

Course objectives Course Outcomes

Students will be able to Students will be able to the


understand the concepts of X concept of X and Y in choose
and Y. suitable X and Y for respective
domain OBE .

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PART-C : Furnishing Course File
 For all the subjects/courses and laboratories you handled during the four
academic years i.e., 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17 and 2017-18, maintain the
course file

 The course file contains the following


1. Pre-requisite required for the course
2. Duly filled attendance registers with the following
• Paste the time table & syllabus copy.
• Complete Lesson Plan & Teaching Diary or session plan with signatures
of respective authorities
• Complete the entries of Assignment marks, Mid marks, Quiz marks and
End Exam marks etc.
• Maintain the weak and bright students list with action plan for their
improvement.
• Complete the PEOs , POs/PSOs and COs.
• Map the COs with POs and COs with PSOs with justification.
• Attainment of COs and POs/PSOs.
• Action plan for target missing.

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3. Maintain the following information.
a. Mid Examination Question paper & Answer script.
b. End Examination Question papers.
c. Mid marks & End Exam marks of the subjects.
4. Unit wise Assignment Questions with numerical problems with solution
sheets, if any.
5. Tutorial Sheets for identifying bright & weak students.
6. Prepare the time table for remedial classes to weak students
7. Prepare the GATE/IES/paper writing/innovative projects and other
competitive examination questions as a material for bright students.
8. Guest Lectures for topic beyond syllabus
9. Unit wise PPTs & Lecture Notes if any.
10. Preparation of attainment by completing the following:
a. Criteria 3.1 formats
b. Criteria 3.2 formats
c. Criteria 3.3 formats

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COURSE OUTCOMES
The course or subject CO describes:
“What the knowledge student has gained at the end of the course”
Write 5/6 COs for the subject(or course) you taught
Follow Blooms taxonomy while preparing question papers
Blooms taxonomy: It has 6 levels
 Level-1: Remember
 Level-2: Understand
 Level-3: Apply
 Level-4: Analyze
 Level-5: Evaluate
 Level-6: Create

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Learning outcomes

At the end of the Course the Student should have the


ability to

Knowledge or understanding
Reasoning
Skill performance
Products
.

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Example 1: Course outcome
Mathematics 1 (Algebra)- CO1 : Students will explore and interpret
the characteristics of functions, using graphs, tables, and simple
algebraic techniques.
a. Represent functions using function notation.

b. Graph the basic functions f (x) = xn, where n = 1 to 3, f (x) = x, f (x) =


|x|, and f (x) = 1/x.

c. Graph transformations of basic functions including vertical shifts,


stretches, and shrinks, as well as reflections across the x- and y-axes.

d. Investigate and explain the characteristics of a function: domain,


range, zeros, intercepts, intervals of increase and decrease, maximum
and minimum values, and end behavior.

e. Relate to a given context the characteristics of a function, and use


graphs and tables to investigate its behavior.
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Example 1: Conti…..

f. Recognize sequences as functions with domains that are whole


numbers.

g. Explore rates of change, comparing constant rates of change (i.e.,


slope) versus variable rates of change.Compare rates of change of
linear, quadratic, square root, and other function families.

h. Determine graphically and algebraically whether a function has


symmetry and whether it is even, odd, or neither.

i. Understand that any equation in x can be interpreted as the equation


f(x) = g(x), and interpret the solutions of the equation as the x-value(s)
of the intersection point(s) of the graphs of y = f(x) and y = g(x).

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Example 2:Course Outcome
Mathematics-1( Numbers and Operations)-CO2: The student interprets
multiple uses and forms of numbers and how they relate to each other

a. Determines whether numbers are odd or even


b. Reads, compares, and orders whole numbers to 1,000
c. Skip counts forward and backwards by 2’s, 5’s and 10’s
from a given number Joins and separates equivalent
sets of objects to describe multiplication and division.
d. Identifies fractional parts of objects, shapes, and sets of
objects
e. Rounds and estimates sums and differences of two-digit
numbers

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Example: CO to PO Mapping
Design/development of solutions: Design solutions
for complex engineering problems related to Computer
PO3 Science and Engineering and design system
components or processes that meet the specified needs
with appropriate consideration for the public health and
safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental
considerations.
Students will explore and interpret the
CO1 characteristics of functions, using graphs, tables,
and simple algebraic techniques.

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CO to PO mapping with justification
( Probabilistic model)

Probability (CO# to PO#) =

< 0.25 - No Correlation


> 0.25 and <= 0.50 - 1
>0.50 and <= 0.75 - 2
>0.75 - 3

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CO1 : Students will explore and interpret the characteristics
of functions, using graphs, tables, and simple algebraic
techniques
PO1 : Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of
mathematics, Science , engineering fundamentals, and an
engineering specialization to the solution of complex
engineering problems engineering problems.

CO 1 PO 1

o Mathematics
K1= functions
o Science

K2= graphs o Engineering


fundamentals
K3= tables o Complex
Engineering
K4= algebra

Probability of CO# to PO# = P(K1) + P(K2) + P(K3) + P(K4)


= 4/4 = 1
Correlation - CO1 to PO1 = 3

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CO1 :Students will explore and interpret the characteristics of
functions, using graphs, tables, and simple algebraic
techniques
PO2 : Problem Analysis, Identify, formulate, research literature
and analyze engineering problems to arrive at
substantiated conclusions using first principles of
mathematics, natural, and engineering sciences.
CO 1 PO 2

K1= functions o Mathematics

K2= graphs o Natural


o Engineering Problems
K3= tables o Formulate
K4= algebra o Research Literature
o Engineering Sciences

Probability of CO# to PO# = P(K1) + P(K2) + P(K3) + P(K4)


= 4/4 = 1
Correlation - CO1 to PO2 = 3

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CO1 :Students will explore and interpret the
characteristics of functions, using graphs,
tables, and simple algebraic techniques
PO8 :Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to
professional ethics and responsibilities and
norms of the engineering practice.

CO 1 PO 8

K1= functions o Ethical principles


K2= graphs oProfessional Ethics
oNorms of
K3= tables
Engineering Practice
K4= algebra

Probability of CO# to PO# = P(K1) + P(K2) + P(K3) +


P(K4)
= 0/4 + 0/4 + 0/4 + 0/4 = 0
Correlation – CO1 to PO8 – No correlation
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CO1 : Students will explore and interpret the characteristics of
functions, using graphs, tables, and simple algebraic
techniques
PO4 : Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use
research-based knowledge and research methods
including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation
of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid
conclusions.
CO 1 PO 4

o Research based knowledge


K1= functions oResearch Methods
oAnalysis and interpretation of
K2= graphs data
oSynthesis of information

K3= tables
K4= algebra

Probability of CO# to PO# = P(K1) + P(K2) + P(K3) +


P(K4)
= 0/4 + 1/4 + 1/4 + 0/4 =2/4 = 0.5
Correlation - CO1 to PO4 = 1

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CO to PO mapping table ( Do similarly other PO’s)

PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8 PO9 PO1 PO1 PO1
0 1 2

CO1 3 3 1 -

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Example : CO to PO MAPPING

PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8 PO9 PO10 PO11 PO12

CO1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

C02 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0

C03 3 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 0

C04 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Average
2 0.75 0 1.25 0 0.75 0 0 0 0 1.75 0
(CL)

Note : Correlation level of PO with COs

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CO to PSO MAPPING TABLE

CO PSO1 PSO2

CO1 0 0

C02 0 3

C03 0 2

C04 3 0

Average (CL) 0.75 1.25

Note : Correlation level of PO with COs

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AICTE vs NBA
AICTE Approval NBA Accreditation
At the of the Course the Student should have the ability to

Credibility of Management
CO-1: understand Actual performance
the operation and applications based
of P-N junction diodeon
and
provider
zener diode. input and output

Assessment
CO-2: explainof Promise
different transistor biasingAssessment of Performance
methods of transistor and its
applications.
Based on Physical, financial and In addition, includes availability
CO-3: demonstrate importance
infrastructure resources of amplifiers and its modes
and quality of operation.
of human resources
CO-4: analyze different types of oscillators and its applications.
Based on Detailed Project Report Based on self assessment
questionnaires and a SWOT
analysis
Quantitative assessment Qualitative assessment
Straightforward decision Depends on Quality Systems
(Yes/No)

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PO & PSO

 POs are defined by NBA and given in SAR.

 PSOs reflect (weakly acceptable PSO’s)

PSO-1: To prepare students for competitive exams GATE/I


ES/PSUs/GRE/TOFEL and to get employment in core (ECE)
JN industry.

PSO-2: To make the student Industry ready engineers by providing


required training in recent technologies.

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PO & PSO
Program Specific Outcomes (PSO) ( strongly acceptable PSO’s)

PSO1: Computer Product and Application Development: Ability to apply the


knowledge of computing skills in building the software and hardware products,
application software systems along with the database design and management
that meet the automation needs of industry and society.

PSO2: Data Communication and Internet Applications: Ability to apply


knowledge of communication technologies and topologies as well as
incorporating security and privacy policies for internet based applications.

PSO3: Successful Career and Entrepreneurship: The ability to employ


modern computer languages and tools, and platforms in creating innovative
career paths to be an entrepreneur and/or higher studies.

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Assessment in Creteria - 3

The assessment tools are broadly classified in to two types.

i. Direct Assessment tools

ii. Indirect Assessment tools

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The following table illustrates the assessment
criteria for the theory courses of all semesters/years.
Maximum Threshold Attainment
S.No Assessment Tool marks level (%) Attainment level Criteria level

1 Mid Exams 20+5=25 60% At least 70% of attempted students exceed 3


+ Assignments MINIMUM threshold level (60%) marks
At least 60%-69% of attempted students 2
exceed threshold level (60%) marks

At least 50%-59% of attempted students 1


exceed the threshold level (60%) marks

2 External Exams 75 At least 70% of attempted students exceed 3


50% threshold level (50%) marks

MINIMUM At least 60%-69% of attempted students 2


exceed threshold level (50%) marks

At least 50%-59% of attempted students 1


exceed the threshold level (50%) marks

3 Labs 75 60% At least 70% of attempted students exceed 3


Internal -25 MINIMUM threshold level (60%) marks

External-50 At least 60%-69% of attempted students 2


exceed threshold level (60%) marks

At least 50%-59% of attempted students 1


exceed the threshold level (60%) marks

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Threshold level Attainment
S. No Assessment Tool Maximum marks Attainment level Criteria
(%) level

At least 70% of attempted students exceed 3


threshold level (70%) marks
Industry
At least 60%-69% of attempted students 2
4 Oriented Mini 50 70% exceed threshold level (70%) marks
Project At least 50%-59% of attempted students 1
exceed the threshold level (70%) marks
At least 70% of attempted students exceed 3
threshold level (70%) marks
200
At least 60%-69% of attempted students 2
5 Major Project 50- Internal 70% exceed threshold level (70%) marks
150-External At least 50%-59% of attempted students 1
exceed the threshold level (70%) marks
At least 70% of attempted students exceed 3
threshold level (70%) marks
Technical At least 60%-69% of attempted students 2
6 50 70% exceed threshold level (70%) marks
Seminar
At least 50%-59% of attempted students 1
exceed the threshold level (70%) marks
At least 70% of attempted students exceed 3
threshold level (70%) marks
Comprehensive At least 60%-69% of attempted students 2
7 100 70% exceed threshold level (70%) marks
Viva
At least 50%-59% of attempted students 1
exceed the threshold level (70%) marks

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Direct Assessment tools

Assessment Tools Assessment Assessed by Reviewed by


Frequency
Direct Assessment Tools
Mid Examinations Twice in Semester Course Faculty HOD
Assignments Twice in Semester Course Faculty Course Faculty
Laboratory Examination Once in Semester Course Faculty HOD
Semester End Once in Semester Institute, Institute,
Examination Exam Branch, Exam Branch
Department Faculty
Seminar Twice in Semester Seminar HOD
Coordinator
Mini Projects In Third Year Second Mini Projects HOD
Semester Coordinator
Major Projects In Fourth Year Major Projects HOD
Second Semester Coordinator

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Indirect Assessment tools

Indirect Assessment Tools

Coordinators,
Course End Survey Once in Semester PAC, DAB
PAC

Graduate Exit At the end of Coordinators, PAC, DAB


Survey Fourth Year Second PAC
Semester

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Assessment of course outcomes :

Course outcome
Course outcome
Course attainment CO
attainment level from
outcome level from Attainment
internal assessment
university exams
0.25 (a1) +
CO
a1 b1 0.75(b1)
Attainment

As per university guidelines 25% weight age is given to internal


assessment and 75% weight age is given to external exam
assessment

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MID & END EXAM MARKS ENTRY TABLE Total Strength: 60

Total Strength: 60
Thresol
Mid- 1 Threshold 60% Mid- 2 Threshold 60% d 60%
(45M)
S.No Roll Number
End
ASM-1 Quiz-1 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 ASM-1 Quiz-1 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
Exam
(5M) (10M) (5M) (5M) (5M) (5M) (5M) (10M) (5M) (5M) (5M) (5M)
(75M)
CO1 CO1 CO2 CO2 CO3 CO3 CO4 CO4
1 5 5 4 3 5 5 4 3 70
2 2 6 2 5 2 6 2 5 60
3 5 7 5 2 5 7 5 2 50
4 5 8 5 5 5 8 5 5 33
5 5 9 5 2 5 9 5 2 54
6 5 2 5 5 5 2 5 5 32
Average Marks 4.31 7.28 4.70 4.44 3.45 4.90 4.48 7.28 4.70 4.44 3.45 4.90 47.83
Number of students
attempted 59 60 33 34 31 31 60 60 33 34 31 31 60
Target %. of students on or
above Threshold (Column 3) 35.4 36 19.8 20.4 18.6 18.6 36 36 19.8 20.4 18.6 18.6 36
% of students scored 60% and
above (column 4) 50 54 31 30 17 30 53 54 31 30 17 30 35
Actual % of students on or 84.7 90.0 93.9 88.2 54.8 93.9 88.2 54.8
above Threshold (Column 5) 96.77 88.33 90.00 96.77 58.33
5 0 4 4 4 4 4 4
CO Attainment Level
(Column 6) = ((Col. (4) / Col. 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.74 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.74 3.00 2.92
(3))*3)
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Attainment Level Calculation
Attainment Level of CO1 3.00

Attainment Level of CO2 2.94

Attainment Level of CO3 3.00

Attainment Level of CO4 2.94

Average Attainment level


2.37
of Course outcomes(a)
Attainment level of CO (a) = Attainment level of
(Assignment + Quiz + relevant CO Mid Questions) / 4

Attainment level for End


2.92
Exam(b)

Direct Attainment level of course = (b *.75+ a*.25) 2.78

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PO Attainment Level by comparing with
CO-PO Mapping
PO Attainment Level Calculation= (1/3)* Course attainment level * Correlation
level (CL) of PO

Example: PO1 attainment level of the course CO101=(1/3)*2.78*2=1.85

Course
PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8 PO9 PO10 PO11 PO12
Code

CO101 1.85 0.70 0.00 1.16 0.00 0.70 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.62 0.00

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CO- PSO MAPPING TABLE
CO PS01 PS02

CO1 0 0

CO2 0 3

CO3 0 2

CO4 3 0
Average
0.75 1.25
(CL)

PSO Attainment Level Calculation = (1/3)* Course attainment level *


Correlation level (CL) of PSO

Example: PSO1 attainment level of the course CO101=(1/3)*2.78*0.75=0.70

Course Code PSO1 PSO2

CO101 0.70 1.16

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