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OBE WS 23.04.2019

   A one day seminar on Syllabus Framing and Outcome Based Education was organized by IQAC of SLCS and RLIMS on 23 rd April 2019, Tuesday.

   Dr.V.K.Sivasubrsmanian Professor & Head Department of Chemistry K.L.N.College of Engineering &Technology in company with Prof.M.Murugeshwari, Department of ECE, K.L.N.College of Engineering &Technology along with  Dr. S. Theenathayalan, Associate Professor & Head Department of Economics, The Madura College were the resource persons for the seminar

   Dr.R.L.Ramnath Advisor IQAC, gave a brief introduction about the seminar.Dr. B. Ramamoorthy, Principal, SLCS delivered the presidential address.The guest speakers Dr.V.K.Sivasubrsmanian Professor & Head Department of Chemistry K.L.N.College of Engineering &Technology outlined the need for Outcome Based Education and said that OBE stresses the learning process and  that  the Curriculum is designed in terms of the knowledge, skill and attitudes expected from graduates and aims to equip students for lifelong learning.

    Prof.M.Murugeshwari, highlighted the key constituents of Outcome based Education, and brought out the relation between Programme Education Objectives ( assessed few years after graduation), Programme Outcomes (upon graduation) and Course Outcomes( upon course completion). CO Assessment tools for each course, PO Assessment tools for each course, Assessment of the attainment of PEOs, Assessment of the attainment of POs were detailed in the seminar. The speakers spoke about Blooms Taxonomy and they related it to OBE.

    Dr. S. Theenathayalan, Associate Professor focused on Student Centric Approach in curricular design. He briefed how to evolve at a new technology to face opportunities and challenges in curricular design. Advantage, benefits, constraints and disadvantage of curricular updating were discussed in detail. The seminar was integrative and informative .Faculty of SLCS &RLIMS attended the seminar. The seminar was fruitfully sought after by the faculty of SLCS and RLIMS.