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NBA Workshop on Outcome Based Accreditation

Presented by Manoj Kumar G LBSITW, Poojappura Thiruvananthapuram

SET-A. 1. Indicate the benefits for the graduates of accredited programmes, if our country becomes permanent signatory in Washington Accord (WA).

Exchange of emerging technology and tools (Inst. Level)

Career advancement (Faculty) Consultancy and R&D projects (Faculty) Benefits of Human Resource Knowledge Centre (Society)

Global supplier of trained Human Resource (Global Mobility)

Institutions get Branded (Quality wise)

2. List various programme accreditation models under practice internationally and discuss their relevance to the expectations of stakeholders.

Sydney Accord For Engg. Diploma program Dublin Accord For Engg. Technician program Seoul Accord For Professional Engineers in IT and computing Engg. Accreditation Council Malaysia ABET etc. Expectation of Stakeholders: 1. Achieve academic excellence 2. Develop outstanding professionals with high ethical standards 3. Fulfil the expectation of society 4. Make aware of the responsibilities to the society

3. Comment on various accreditation criteria of any three permanent members of Washington Accord (WA).


Engineering Accreditation Board(EAB)

Implement the accreditation policy of Council Formulate guidelines and procedures for accreditation Appoint Evaluation Teams to accredit engineering programs Receive and review evaluation reports by the Evaluation Teams Decide on whether accreditation should be granted

Receive and respond to complaints and appeals regarding the accreditation

process Represent IES in mutual recognition agreements on academic qualifications and professional membership with other countries Report periodically to Council on its work.


1 Mission and Programme Educational Objectives 2 Student Learning Outcomes 3 Curriculum and Teaching Processes 4 Students 5 Faculty Members 6 Facilities and Learning Environment 7 Institutional Support and Financial Resources 8 Governance 9 Interaction between Educational Institution and Industry 10 Research and Development 11 Specific Programme Criteria

4. Identify programme specific criteria defined by American Professional society for your programme and analyze its significance and relevance with respect to your programme curriculum.

Programme Specific Criteria (PSC)

PSC = General Criteria + Specific Criteria for each programme PSC mainly concern curricular issues and qualifications competencies of faculty

Programme Curriculum(PC)
Design of PC demonstrate essential knowledge, skills ability for professional practice higher studies

Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme curriculum

Ability of the programme curriculum to meet the applicable programme criteria specified by the appropriate American professional associations such as ASME, IEEE and ACM Listing of the programme specific criteria and the competencies (specialisation, research publications, course developments etc. of faculty to correlate the programme specific criteria and competencies)

Relation between PEOs, Pos and Cos and FC

degree of involvement of faculty

Identify Domain area

FDPs attended/organized Research publications As Resource Person

Core/Core choice Technical electives

Program Requirements
General Education Writing Level 1 Writing Level 2 Literature Arts Historical Study Social Science 1 Social Science 2 Culture & Ideas: Ethics

Engineering Core Engineering Survey Introduction to Engineering I Introduction to Engineering II Calculus I Engineering Calculus II Physics I

CSE Core Software I Foundations I Systems I Software II Foundations II Systems II Professionalism and Ethics Electrical and Computer Engineering I Electrical and Computer Engineering II Discrete Mathematics: Logic Linear Algebra Probability and Statistics

CSE Core Choices Project (one of ) Software: Software Engineering or Databases Foundations: Theory or Programming Languages Systems: Architecture or Networking Applications: Artificial Intelligence or Graphics Capstone Design (one of ) CSE Technical Electives Mathematics/Statistics Elective (one Technical Elective of ) Technical Elective Science Elective (one of Bio, Chem, Technical Phys, ) Elective Technical Elective Technical Elective

Case Study
As per the program criteria specified by the Lead Society : CSAB (Computer Science Accreditation Board) including the association for computing machinery (ACM) and IEEE Computer Society(IEEE-CS), the program curriculum is designed and aligned with the following domain areas as : 1. Human Computer Interaction, Programming 2. Information Management

3. Networking, System Administration and Maintenance

4. System Integration and Architecture 5. Information Assurance and Security

Thank You

Assgn-2. Discuss the correlation of programme curriculum and faculty competence with programme specific criteria of any programme offered by any University.