Criterion 2 - Teaching-Learning and Evaluation

Key Indicator - 2.6 Student Performance and Learning Outcomes


The institution has stated learning outcomes (programme and course outcome)/graduate attributes which are integrated into the assessment process and widely publicized through the website and other documents and the attainment of the same are evaluated by the institution

The institute has framed the Course Outcomes (COs), Program Outcomes (POs) and Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs) to achieve the objectives of Outcome Based Education (OBE). The institute is following the recommendations and guidelines of accreditation bodies to implement the OBE. Course Outcomes are created for all the programs offered by the institute at concerned department level after consultation with the stakeholders and senior faculty members. HODs of concerned department create awareness on COs, POs and PSOs while addressing the students and faculty members. Apart from the HODs of respective department, class teachers, faculty members create awareness on COs, POs, and PSOs and highlight the importance to attain the outcomes.

The Program Outcomes are statements that describe skills, knowledge and attributes, the students should possess by the time they complete the program. Program Specific Outcomes are the specific skills to be fulfilled by the students at department level by the end of the program. The BOS members and subject experts of the individual departments will discuss the same and approve it by the Principal. POs & PSOs are conveyed to all the stakeholders of the program through student’s induction programs, faculty workshops and faculty meetings. POs, PSOs for every program is disseminated through various channels as listed below:

The Program Outcomes are published at:

1. College website

2. HODs and Faculty rooms

3. Notice Boards of Department

4. Class rooms

The Course outcomes are disseminated to students through:

1. Syllabus books

2. College website

3. Laboratories

Attainment of COs and POs.

The initial step in the process of assessment cycle is the clear definition of COs and it’s mapping to POs. COs are mapped with POs and PSOs with weightages. COs describe the knowledge, skills of the students should be able to demonstrate upon the course completion, or a program. Identify and the use of appropriate assessment methods and the stated outcomes are achieved or not can be identified with the appropriate assessment methods. Set the target levels for the course outcomes attainment and program outcomes. Collect data and analyse in order to verify whether the specified attainment levels are achieved or not. The attainment levels are calculated based on the assessment tools and weightages with the predetermined target levels and conclusions are made to decide the corrective measures, to ensure the attainment of the COs.

The assessment activities are documented and taken for further improvement, actions taken to redefine COs and assessment methods. POs and PSOs of the Program are attained by Direct and Indirect methods. The direct methods involve student performance in the average of internal examinations, assignments, end semester examination and project evaluation. The results obtained from each course are used at the program level to measure the POs & PSOs.

In indirect assessment method, Exit, Alumni and Employer Survey are conducted at end of the each program. Evaluated data in terms of attainment percentages of the students is collected from the Course/Program coordinator. The PO attainment calculation considers 80% weightage from the direct assessment method and 20% weightage from the indirect assessment method.


Pass percentage of students (excluding backlog students) (Data for the latest completed academic year)

Response: 87.23 Total number of final year students who passed the examination conducted by Institution during the latest completed academic year

Response: 936