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  • BMS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING BENGALURU-560019

    Autonomous Institution affiliated to VTU

    Accredited by NAAC with A

    Two day State Level Workshop on

    OUTCOMES BASED EDUACATION:

    TEACHING, LEARNING & EVALUATION

    Date(s)

    15th 16th FEBRUARY 2016

    Organised by

    Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), BMSCE

    Sponsored by NAAC, Bengaluru

    www.bmsce.ac.in

    BMS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BENGALURU

    BMS College of Engineering (BMSCE) was founded in the

    year 1946 by Late Sri. B. M. Sreenivasaiah a great visionary

    and philanthropist and nurtured by his illustrious son Late

    Sri. B. S. Narayan. BMSCE is the first private sector initiative

    in engineering education in India. BMSCE has completed 69

    years of dedicated service in the field of Engineering

    Education. Started with only 03 undergraduate courses,

    BMSCE today offers 13 Undergraduate & 16 Postgraduate

    courses both in conventional and emerging areas. 15 of its

    Departments are recognized as Research Centres offering

    PhD/M.Sc (Engineering by Research) degrees in Science,

    Engineering, Architecture and Management attracting

    students from all over the country.

    The Institution is approved by AICTE, New Delhi, and

    affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU),

    Belgaum, Karnataka. BMSCE is an AICTE recognized QIP

    Centre in Engineering & Technology. It is the only

    institution from India adopted by the Melton Foundation,

    USA. BMSCE is in TEQIP Phase I and Phase II (a World Bank

    project). BMSCE is accredited with A Grade by NAAC

    (2013-2018) and 11 programmes have been accredited by

    National Board of Accreditation (NBA), New Delhi under

    Tier-I as per Washington accord. The College has one of the

    largest student populations amongst engineering colleges

    in Karnataka. Currently about 5000 students are pursuing

    their higher education.

    A strong alumni base of over 35,000 most of them occupying

    coveted positions in various Educational, Industrial and

    Research organizations. The college is being ranked

    consistently among the top 20 engineering colleges in the

    country by surveys conducted by various media sources.

    PATRONS:

    Justice S.R.Bannurmath, Hon. Chairman, BMSET

    Dr. B.S. Ragini Narayan, Donor Trustee, BMSET

    Dr. P. Dayanand Pai, Chairman, BMSCE

    Mr. K. Jairaj, IAS (Retd), Trustee, BMSET

    Mr. H.U. Talawar, DTE, GOK & Trustee, BMSET

    ADVISORS:

    Dr. K. Mallikharjuna Babu, Principal, BMSCE

    Dr. G.N. Sekhar, Vice- Principal, BMSCE

    INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE CELL (IQAC)

    The aim of IQAC at BMSCE is to

    Develop a system for conscious, consistent and catalytic

    action to improve the academic performance of the

    institution.

    Promote measures for institutional functioning towards

    quality enhancement through internalization of quality

    culture and institutionalization of best practices.

    IMPORTANCE OF THE WORKSHOP

    Engineering plays a pivotal role in the improvement of

    quality of life. Engineering Education has to be relevant and

    effective to responsibly cater to this mandate. The pace of

    technological changes is posing challenges for the

    academia in terms of making the curriculum relevant to the

    needs of the profession and effective in deployment. The

    conventional content based teaching learning followed in

    the academic systems have proved to be less effective in

    terms of effective design and delivery. Outcome based

    education (OBE) has emerged as the way forward for the

    academic community in addressing the challenges.

    Outcomes based education is a process of curriculum

    design, teaching, learning and assessment that focusses on

    what the students can actually do after they are taught. It

    attempts to embrace course outcomes with the knowledge,

    skills attitudes and values that match the immediate social,

    economic and cultural environment of society.

    The change agents in the academic system are the faculty

    members and they are expected to have the clear

    understanding of mapping the existing curriculum to the

    expected graduate programme outcomes through the

    courses they teach adopting outcomes based approach. In

    addition, an exposure to pedagogical practices, best

    practices in academics will further empower the faculty

    member to be able to effectively discharge their duty.

    Engineering Education in India is changing from traditional

    teaching, learning method to OBE. Accreditation agencies

    like NAAC and NBA are facilitating this shift in engineering

    education to enhance the quality and make the students

    globally competitive.

  • EXPECTED OUTCOMES:

    At the end of two day workshop, the participants will be

    able to:

    Write course outcomes that are required to meet the

    Programme Outcomes (POs).

    Map COs with appropriate Programme Outcomes

    (POs).

    Choose appropriate assessments for evaluation of

    Course Outcomes (COs).

    Introduce active learning techniques.

    RESOURCE PERSONS:

    1. Dr.K.Rajanikanth, Educational Expert

    2. Dr.N.J.Rao, Educational Expert

    3. Dr.K.Mallikharjuna Babu, BMSCE

    4. Dr.R.V.Ranganath, BMSCE

    5. Dr.B.Kanmani, BMSCE

    6. Dr.H.S.Guruprasad, BMSCE

    7. Dr.P.Meena, BMSCE

    8. Dr.Suresh Ramaswwamyreddy, BMSCE

    WHO CAN ATTEND?

    Principals/Directors/Deans

    Heads of the Departments

    Faculty Members

    IQAC Coordinators

    NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS

    Limited to 45 - Selection criteria - first come first serve

    basis.

    REGISTRATION FEE

    Rs. 500/- per participant

    Participants will not be given TA/DA. They have to make

    their own arrangements for accommodation.

    HOW TO REACH?

    BMSCE is located in the heart of Bengaluru city. It is about

    5 kms from the Central Railway Station/ Bus Terminus.

    IMPORTANT DATES:

    Last date for submission of registration form: 10th Feb

    2015.

    Intimation to selected candidates through email: 12th Feb

    2015.

    Please mail scanned registration form to

    iqac@bmsce.ac.in.

    Registration form can be submitted at the time of

    registration. The payment is to be made in cash at the time

    of registration.

    For Further details contact:

    Prof. Suresh Ramaswwamyreddy

    Director, IQAC, BMSCE.

    Mobile: 09483512589

    email: suri.civ@bmsce.ac.in

    suriiisc@yahoo.com

    TOPICS

    Overview of OBE Dr. K. M. Babu

    PEO, PO & PSO-

    Expectations

    Dr. R.V. Ranganath

    Blooms Taxonomy Dr. K. Rajanikanth

    Achieving Good Outcomes

    through Good Assessment

    Dr. N. J. Rao

    Course outcomes-

    Expectations

    Dr. B.Kanmani

    Assessment - Rubrics Dr .H.S. Guru Prasad

    Active learning

    techniques- case study

    Dr. P. Meena

    Continuous Improvement-

    Essence of OBE

    Dr.Suresh

    REGISTRATION FORM

    Name

    Designation

    Educational

    Qualification

    Institution

    Experience

    Address for correspondence:

    e-mail

    Mobile no.

    Signature of the Candidate

    Seal & signature of the Principal

    mailto:iqac@bmsce.ac.inmailto:suri.civ@bmsce.ac.inmailto:suriiisc@yahoo.com

  • BMS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING BENGALURU-560019

    Two day State Level Workshop on OUTCOMES BASED EDUACATION: TEACHING, LEARNING & EVALUATION

    Sponsored by NAAC, Bengaluru PROGRAM SCHEDULE

    Venue: BSN Hall, PG Block Day I: 15th February 2016

    Session Time Speaker Topic(s) 08.45 - 09.30 Registration

    09.30- 10.00 Inauguration 10.00- 10.15 Coffee Break 1 10.15 - 11.15 K. Mallikharjuna Babu Overview of OBE 2 11.15 - 12.45 R V Ranganath PEO, PO & PSO- Expectations 12.45 - 01.45 Lunch Break 3 01.45 - 03.15 K.Rajanikanth Blooms Taxonomy 03.15 - 03.30 Tea Break 4 03.30 - 05.00 N.J. Rao Achieving Good Outcomes through Good Assessment

    Day II: 16th February 2016

    Session Time Speaker Topic(s) 5 09.30 -11.00 B.Kanmani Course outcomes- Expectations 11.00 -11.15 Coffee Break 6 11.15 - 12.00 R V Ranganath Faculty Contribution in OBE 7 12.00 - 01.00 H.S. Guru Prasad Assessment - Rubrics 01.00 - 02.00 Lunch Break 8 02.00 - 02.45 P. Meena Active learning techniques- case study 9 02.45 - 03.30 Suresh Continuous Improvement- Essence of OBE 03.30 -03.45 Tea Break 03.45- 04.15 Wrap up

  • 1

    Workshop on

    Outcome Based Education

    Centre of Excellence in Engineering Education (CEEE)

    BMS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING(Autonomous College under VTU)

    BANGALORE-560 019 22-02-2016 Dr. Suresh BMSCE

  • 2

    Continuous Improvement- Essence

    of OBE

    22-02-2016 Dr. Suresh BMSCE

  • 322-02-2016 Dr. Suresh BMSCE

  • 422-02-2016 Dr. Suresh BMSCE

  • 5

    1. Pedagogical Improvements2. Human Infrastructure Faculty Qualification EnhancementTechnical Staff Quality Improvement3. Physical Infrastructure Enhancement of Lab facilities Improvement of labsCreation of new labs

    Continuous Improvement

    22-02-2016 Dr. Suresh BMSCE

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    Continuous Improvement- contd.4. Interaction with outside systems IndustriesPeer Group InstitutionsMentor Institutes