Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

The program educational objectives (PEOs) were prepared by the OBE implementation committee for outcome based education implementation and approved through the DBoS, FBoS and ACM. The PEOs were prepared on the basis of stakeholders needs and linked with twelve PLOs. The PEOs of B.E. Electronic Engineering degree program are:

  1. Apply in-depth electronic engineering knowledge and analytical skills to initiate innovative solutions for the society.
  1. Quest for learning, establishing collaborations and engaging in continuous professional development nationally and internationally.
  1. Adaptive in multidiscipline and multicultural environment and work effectively as a team lead or team member possessing strong soft skills and high moral ethics. 

PUBLICATION OF VISION, MISSION AND OBJECTIVES

All above vision, missions and objectives are published in university annual documents such as prospectus and annual report, at university/department official website and various notice boards and official documents.

 

ALIGNMENT OF PEOS WITH UNIVERSITY’S VISION AND MISSION

The alignment of PEOs with University Vision and Mission is shown in table:

MUET University’s Vision and Mission

PEOs

1

2

3

Vision

To become world class educational and research institute and contribute effectively towards building up indigenous and technological capabilities for sustainable socio-economic development.

 

Mission

To equip our undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral students with advance knowledge through collaborative opportunity emerged from linkage with academia, industry and government

 

  • PEO No.1 and PEO No.2 are aligned to produce quality professionals through contribution to build up indigenous and technical capabilities for sustainable socio-economic development.
  • PEO No.2 and PEO No. 3 are aligned to provide top class professional education and research environment through linkages with academia, industry and government

ALIGNMENT OF PEOS WITH DEPARTMENT’S VISION AND MISSION

The alignment of PEOs with Department Vision and Mission is shown in table:

Mapping of Department Mission and Vision with PEO’s

Department’s Vision and Mission

 

PEOs

1

2

3

Vision

To provide the highest quality of learning and research opportunities for the students in the field of Electronic Engineering as well as make them competent professionals with high professional ethics to compete on a global scale.

 

Mission

To produce Quality Electronic engineers with high intellect and broad vision who can meet current needs and foresee future needs of the nation in the field of Electronic by serving research and professional practice

 

 

FORMULATION/REVIEW OF PEOS

Formulation of PEOs is carried out by the DMRC in consultation with other stakeholders such as the employers, faculty, and alumni. These PEOs are then submitted for approval to academic bodies such as the DBoS (including external members), BoF and Academic Council. The PEOs would be reviewed after few years, according to the feedback from the stakeholders.

PROCESS TO EVALUATE THE ATTAINMENT OF PEOS AND CONTINUAL IMPROVEMENT OF THE PROGRAM

The evaluation of PEOs is based on indirect assessment by conducting survey from alumni, stakeholders and employer.

The alumni and employer’s feedback is fixed to be conducted after period of 3-5 years of graduation of every batch by Industrial Liaison Committee of the department. The evaluation of PEOs attainment will be done by the program committee for OBE implementation. Any recommendation by the committee for modification and improvements will be forwarded to the statutory bodies of the university.

EVALUATION SHEETS AND PERFORMANCE INDICATORS FOR PEOS

A minimum attainment level for each PEO has been defined along with its method of measurement. The key performance indicators (KPI) for the attainment levels are given in the following table:

Program Educational Objectives

Performance Indicators

Measurement Tool

Apply in-depth electronic engineering knowledge and analytical skills to initiate innovative solutions for the society.

 

 

 

50% of the employers’ feedback is satisfactory.

50% of the Alumni feedback obtained from graduates (3-5 years after graduation) is satisfactory.

Alumni feedback and employer feedback.

Quest for learning, establishing collaborations and engaging in continuous professional development nationally and internationally.

 

 

50% of the Alumni feedback obtained from graduates (3-5 years after graduation) should be satisfactory.

50% of the employers’ feedback is satisfactory.

Alumni feedback and employer feedback.

Adaptive in multidiscipline and multicultural environment and work effectively as a team lead or team member possessing strong soft skills and high moral ethics. 

 

50% of the Alumni feedback obtained from graduates (3-5 years after graduation) is satisfactory.

50% of the employers’ feedback is satisfactory.

 

 

Alumni feed-back and employer feedback.