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OUTCOME BASED EDUCATION (OBE) School of Aeronautical Sciences

MOTTO - VISION - HITS


Motto
“TO MAKE EVERY MAN A SUCCESS AND NO MAN A FAILURE”
Vision
To be an International Institute of Excellence, providing a conducive environment for education
with a strong emphasis on innovation, quality, research and strategic partnership blended
with values and commitment to society
MISSION - VALUE STATEMENT - HITS
Mission
1. To create an ecosystem that promotes learning and world class research.
2. To nurture creativity and innovation.
3. To instill highest ethical standards and values.
4. To pursue activities for the development of the Society.
5. To develop national and international collaborations with institutes and industries of
eminence.
6. To enable graduates to become future leaders and innovators.
Value statement
Integrity, Innovation, Internationalization
OBE?
Outcome based education (OBE) is a process that involves the restructuring of curriculum,
assessment and reporting practices in education to reflect the achievement of higher order
learning and mastery rather than the accumulation of course credits.
It is an educational theory that bases each part of an educational system around goals
(outcomes). By the end of the educational experience each student should have achieved
the goal.
Outcomes are actions/ performances that embody and reflect learner competence in
using content, information, ideas and tools successfully.
TRADITIONAL vs OBE
OBE CYCLE
TERMS - OBE
CO – COURSE OUTCOMES
PO – PROGRAMME OUTCOMES
PEO – PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
PSO – PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES
BTL – BLOOM’S TAXONOMY LEVEL
CQI – CONTINUOUS QUALITY IMPROVEMENT
IQAC – INTERNAL QUALITY ASSESSMENT CELL
BLOOM’S TAXONOMY
CO – COURSE OUTCOMES
1. Alignment between course, program and institutional levels

2. Focus on abilities central to the discipline

3. Focus aspects of learning that will endure – new modes of thinking

4. Are limited to manageable number – Key purposes with realistic chance of being
accomplished within a semester

5. Specific to be measurable
PO – PROGRAMME OUTCOMES

POs are narrower statements that describe what the students are expected to know and be
able to do by the time of graduation. These relate to the knowledge, skills, and behaviors
that students acquire as they progress through the programme.
1. ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE
2. PROBLEM ANALYSIS
3. DESIGN / DEVELOPMENT OF SOLUTIONS
4. INVESTIGATION
5. MODERN TOOL USAGE
6. ENGINEER & SOCIETY PO – PROGRAMME OUTCOMES
7. ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY

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8. ETHICS
9. INDIVIDUAAL & TEAM WORK
10. COMMUNICATION
11. PROJECT MANAGEMENT & FINANCE
12. LIFE LONG LEARNING
PEO – PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

PEOs are broad statements that describe the career and professional accomplishments that the
programme is preparing the graduates to achieve. These statements describe what the
graduates are expected to attain within a few years after graduation
1. SUCCESSFUL CARREER & ADOPTABILITY TO PO – PROGRAMME EDUCATIOAL
INDUSTRY
OBJECTIVES
2. MODERN DESIGN TOOLS & MULTI
DISCIPLINARY PROJECT EXECUTION
3. CONTRINUTION TO AERONAUTICAL FIELD &
LIFE LONG LEARNING
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PSO – PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES
1. PSOs are statements that describe what the graduates of a specific engineering program
should be able to do
2. Ability to design, develop, implement and improve integrated systems that include people,
materials, information, equipment, and people
3. Ability to work professionally in mechanical systems area including the design & realization
of such systems
1. DEVELOP AN ADVANCED ABILITY CAPABLE
OF EXPLOITING THE KNOWLEDGE IN
PSO – PROGRAMME SPECIFIC
AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING WITH
INNOVATION IN DESIGN AND OUTCOMES
DEVELOPMENT OF NEW PRODUCTS.
2. CONCEIEVE AND CONVERT
THEORITICAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS IN
THE
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HANDLING PRACTICAL PROBLEMS TO
COMPETE IN THE AREA OF FLIGHT VEHICLES
PROFESSIOANLLY AND ETHICALLY.
CO – COURSE OUTCOMES

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PO – PROGRAMME OUTCOMES PSO – PROGRAMME SPECIFIC
OUTCOMES
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PEO – PROGRAMME EDUCATIOAL OBJECTIVES
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8 STEPS FOR OBE PRACTICES