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Welcome to Spring 2020

Department of Electrical Engineering


Washington Accord

 Washington Accord (WA): Agreement that establishes


equivalence of accredited professional engineering
programs of member countries.

 Accredited Engineering Graduates are recognized by


other signatory countries - Possible employment as
engineers in those countries without further
examinations.

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Washington Accord

Members
Established in 1989, as of 2017, the full members of WA:
Australia, Canada, China, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong,
India, Ireland, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand,
Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Turkey,
United States, United Kingdom and Pakistan 
The provisional members of the WA : Bangladesh,
Costa Rica, Mexico, Peru and Philippines

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Why Outcome Based Education ?

 To address mismatches between employers and


graduates.

 Students main concerns are GRADES, Employers are


looking for KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE and SKILLS.

 OBE is a process that involves assessment and evaluation


practices in education to reflect the attainment of expected
learning outcomes and showing mastery in the program
area.

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OBE Frame Work

BEE Programme
Background
 For OBE system implementation of BEE Program, the
University Vision, Program Mission, Program Educational
Objectives (PEOs), Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs), Course
Learning Outcomes (CLOs) should be mapped.
University
Vision
Program
Mission
Program
Educational
Objectives
Program
Learning
Outcome
Course
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Outcome
University Vision
To remain committed to the attainment of highest standards
in teaching, learning and research, at par with the
international standards.
Departmental Vision
Commitment to prepare students for professional and
research activities with an ability to learn independently,
within a diverse multi-cultural environment, and enabling
them to become the global leaders in their respective fields.
BEE Program Mission
The mission of BEE program is to produce ethically sound and
technically competent engineers who can serve in the diverse
fields of research, design & development, teaching, system
installation, support and maintenance.
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BEE Program Educational Objectives
Graduates from Bachelor of Electrical Engineering program are expected to
achieve the following Program Educational Objectives and would possess the
ability to:
PEO 1:
To exhibit the expertise in the field of electrical engineering to compete with
technical challenges and find the solutions of complex engineering problems.
PEO 2:
To be skillful employable graduates in different domains of design,
development, operation and maintenance, as well as explore opportunities for
entrepreneurship.
PEO 3:
To pursue professional growth by taking up higher studies, ascertain
technologies, develop proficiency in the usage of new tools.
PEO 4:
To work in multicultural environment and communities, providing leadership in
their domain, and responsive to ethical, moral, and societal issues.

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PLOs (Attributes)

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Design Structure of OBE

 Inclusion of Complex Engineering Problems


 Open Ended Labs
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OBE Learning Domains – Bloom’s Taxonomy
Cognitive Level
Knowledge – C1
Comprehension –C2  Involving intellectual
Application –C3 activities
Analysis –C4  What the learner knows
Synthesis–C5 Cognitive
Evaluation– C6
Psychomotor Level
Perception – P1  Response involving motor and
Set –P2 LEARNING psychological components
Guided Response –P3 DOMAINS
 What learner able to perform
Mechanism –P4
Complex Overt Response –P5
Adaptation – P6
Orgination – P7 Affective Psychomotor
Affective Level
Receiving – A1  the manner in which we deal
Responding –A2 with things emotionally, such as
Valuing –A3 feelings, values, appreciation,
Organization–A4 enthusiasms, motivations, and 12
Characterization –A5 attitudes
Cognitive Domain

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Cognitive Domain

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Psychomotor Domain

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Psychomotor Domain

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Affective Domain

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Microprocessors/Microcontrollers Based
System CLOs

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Microprocessors/Microcontrollers Based
System PLO Mapping

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Microprocessors/Microcontrollers Based
System Grading Scheme

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