Outcome Based Education (OBE) is an educational process in which the emphasis is placed on a clearly articulated idea of what the students are expected to know or to do.
The OBE is a continuous process of education wherein the curriculum, teaching, and learning strategies and assessment tools are improved continuously. There is no single style or technique of teaching and assessment in OBE. Educational institutions can come up with their own unique module to assist the students in achieving their goals.

Normally, Educational Outcomes is divided into two types namely Program Outcomes (PO) and Course Outcomes (CO). The teaching faculty will take the role of a trainer, facilitator or mentor for the students.

The following two tables depict the CEC Student Category and the Strategies to help all types of students in achieving their goals.


Category of StudentGrade
Slow LearnerBelow D
Average LearnerB & C
Advanced LearnerA & O


Category of Student


Slow Learner

  • Tutorial/Remedial Classes.
  • Specially Designed Assignment & Tasks.
  • Study Group.
  • Individual Student Counselling.

Average Learner

  • Additional task & assignment.
  • Encourage for timely & effective completion of work.
  • Conduct of orals & quiz.
  • Solving precious year’s question paper
  • Presentations.
  • Case Studies.
  • Mini Projects.

Advanced Learner

  • Encourage to do research work.
  • Guidance for competitive/professional exams.
  • Encourage to participate in professional activities.
  • Individual guidance for career building.


PO is the broad statements that describe the career and professional achievements that the program is preparing the students to achieve. PO is closely aligned with the Graduate Attributes. It has to be consistent with the vision and mission of the institution. The vision of C-Edge College is to produce “cutting edge citizens”. Thus, the college mission and program outcomes will be quality education for:

  • Poverty Alleviation and Sustainable Development.
  • Community Participation and Leadership.
  • Values and Life Skills Education.
  • Centre for Language Development & Documentation.
  • Fostering Creativity and its Expression.


Graduate attributes are the qualities, knowledge and capabilities that students are encouraged to take responsibility for developing throughout their studies in the college.  These are not the list of skills to be mastered rather it encompasses the defining characteristics of a student’s degree programme that are transferable beyond the particular disciplinary context in which they have been developed. The following are the Graduate Attributes divided into four categories, keeping in mind the Vision and Mission of C-Edge College:

  • Attribute 1: Deep Discipline/Course Knowledge and Intellectual Scope.
  • Attribute 2: Creative and Critical Thinking and also Problem Solving.
  • Attribute 3: Soft Skills – Personality & Communication Skills, Team Work, Leadership and Emotional Intelligence
  • Attribute 4: Personal Values and Practices – Global citizen/responsible members of the society.


CO is major discipline specific outcomes using action verbs that are measurable and is shown by students on completion of the course. The Course Outcome is measure through the performance of students in the various assessment processes viz. internal assessment and external final exams.

The various assessment tools for measuring CO that is implemented in the college include mid-semester and end semester examinations, assignments, project work, presentations, quiz, orals, alumni/employer feedback.


1Quiz & OralsRemember
2Class Presentation/Role playing/DebateUnderstand
3Assignment – Individual/GroupEvaluate
4Mini Project – Individual/GroupCreate


Sl.DepartmentsExpected OutcomeEfforts/InitiativesActual Outcomes
1English-Effective communication skills, -Good writing skills, -Enhance ability in the field of arts.    -Literary quiz, -language learning strategies, -Debate, -movie review, -book review,   -report writing,  -drama and art workshop. -creative writing.  To be a skill  language teacher, Research scholar, Script writer, editor, Journalist, author.
2Economics-Develop analytical & problem solving skills -Enhance critical thinking ability -Develop quantitative reasoning -Develop deeper analytical, critical and quantitative skills in specialised areas -Broaden global and disciplinary knowledge -Develop communication and leadership skills  -Group Discussion -Debates -Quiz -Mini research -Class test -PPT classes -Perspective classes -Continuous internal assessment-Economic policy analyst -Research Scholar – Statistician – Employed in Financial Organisations -Employed in various related area.
3Education-Enabling the individual to make critical decisions -To be able to understand emotional instability and give proper guidance -Build good teacher-student relationship -Content creation and proper research training -To produce good leaders in all aspects  -Special lectures & counselling -Behavioural reading classes -Personal guidance -Guidance on psychological problems– Personal Counsellor -Researchers -Academician -Psychologists -Leaders  
4History– Learn about the cultural roots, custom, religion, -Critical thinking -research skill.  Monthly tests, role play, presentation, debate, tutorial for slow learners. 
5Political Science-To enhance innovative approach of the students towards professions in Political Science – To administer political institutions for humane development with rational choice perspective -To develop leadership with public vision -To develop inclusive understanding of representation.– Activities like debate & quiz -Mini project paper on current and impending issues, both local and national -On field survey to understand local situation.-Participation in local, state, national and international political activities. -Successful political advisor, surveyor and political analyst -Develop gender and environmental perspectives of politics and political issues -To be a responsible citizen: well informed in fundamental rights and obligations as well.  
6Sociology– Enhance Innovative approach of the students towards specification – Ability to hold office in both private and public sector -Ability to conduct social research -Understand the causes and consequences of social changes -Critical thinking ability -Social Skills  – Case Study -Mini Project -Group Discussion -Presentation -Class Test -Debate & Quiz -Exposure Trip-Successful Researcher -Work in NGOs -Career in Administrator of social and health services – Theoretical understanding & knowledge base on society.
7Management Studies (BBA)– Develop managerial & leadership skills. – Enhance decision making skills. – Learn business & personal ethics. – Develop entrepreneurial spirit.Assignments, tests, orals, quiz, internship, presentations, workshops, remedial classes, participation in external activities, project & case studies.Employed, higher studies (MBA), starting own ventures & businesses, professional exams like CAT, MAT, GATE etc.