Implementation of Outcome Based Education in TSIT Polytechnic, Hubli
To be a leading engineering faculty for creation, preservation and dissemination of knowledge, training of knowledge workers for nation building, and providing continuous technical support.
Mission statements are essentially the means to achieve the vision
Vision: Create high-quality engineering professionals
Mission: offer a well-balanced programme of instruction, practical experience, and opportunities for overall personality development .
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs):
Program educational objectives are broad statements that describe the career and professional accomplishments that the program is preparing the graduates to achieve.
Guidelines for the PEOs
- PEOs should be consistent with the mission of the Institution
- The number of PEOs should be manageable
- PEOs should be achievable by the program
- PEOs should be specific to the program and not too broad
- PEOs should be based on the needs of the constituencies
Advantages of Diploma Course
- Professional Course At Affordable Cost
- Technical Professional At Younger Age
- More Practical Knowledge With Theoretical Background
- Good Communication & Documentation Skills
- Lateral Entry Into 2nd Year Engineering Course
- Engineering Course Will Be Easier For Diploma Holders
- Students Can Earn While Learning
- Evening Engineering (B.E) Colleges Are There Only For Diploma Holders To Work In Day And Study In Evening
- Financial Weaker Students Can Opt Correspondence Course A.M.I.E Which Is Equivalent To Bachelor Of Engineering (B.E)
- Diploma Holders Are Practically Better Placed And Directly Fit Into Relevant Technical Posts At The Grass Root Level
- At Present, Good Career Opportunities Are Available For Diploma Holders Both In Government And Private Sectors
Higher Education Scope
- B.E – 3 Years Course. Diploma Students Are Eligible To Lateral Entry To III Semester Of B.E
- A.M.I.E- Student Can Do Correspondence Course Of A.M.I.E Which Is Equivalent To B.E With Two Years Experience After Successful Completion Of The Diploma Course, Diploma Holders Can Earn While They Learn – Work During Day And Attend An Evening College To Pursue Their B.E. Programme
- The Academic Term Is Based On The Semester System
- The Odd Semesters Viz. I, III & V Semester- July To November/December
- The Even Semester Viz. II, IV, VI Semesters – November/December To April/May
Tests And Assignments:
- Three Internal Tests Are Conducted In Each Semester In All Subjects
- Subject Notes, Lab Records, Workshop Diaries, Drawing Files, Assignments, Lab Observations, Etc. Are Inspected Regularly By The Concerned Staff
- Internal Assessment Marks Are Added To The Final Exam Marks In Each Subject. These Marks Help In Adding To The Percentage Of Marks In Each Subject
In each semester, the candidate has to put in a minimum attendance of 75% in each subject with a provision of condonation of 15% of the attendance by the Secretary, Board of Technical Examination on the specific recommendation of the Principal on the reasons such as medical grounds, International/ National/ State level sports, NCC, NSS.
For each subject three tests should be conducted and TSITt of two shall be taken for assessment. Each subject of theory or practical shall have maximum internal assessment marks of 25 (20 marks for test and 5 marks for attendance).
Award of marks for attendance will be as per the range given below:
|More than 60% to 75%||2 Marks|
|More than 75% upto 85%||3 Marks|
|More than 85% upto 95%||4 Marks|
|More than 95% upto 100%||5 Marks|
Minimum Pass Marks
- Theory Examination:35% In The End Examination: A Minimum Of 35 Marks In The End Examination And A Combined Minimum Of 45 Marks Of Both Internal Assessment And End Examination Marks Put Together).
- Practical Examination:50% In The End Examination – (A Minimum Of 50 Marks In The End Examination And A Combined Minimum Of 60 Marks Of Both Internal Assessment And Practical Examination Marks Put Together ).
Eligibility and Promotion for the Examinations:
There shall not be any restriction for promotion from odd semester to even semester, provided the candidate has registered his/her name for the examination for the semester and has fulfilled the attendance requirement.
A candidate is eligible for promotion from even semester to odd semester (i.e to next academic year) provided, the candidate has not failed in more than four subjects of lower semester examinations.
- For Example:A Candidate Seeking Eligibility To 3rd Semester Should Not Have Failed In More Than 4 Subjects Of First And Second Semesters Put Together.A Candidate Seeking Eligibility To 5th Semester Should Not Have Failed In More Than 4 Subjects Of 1st To 4th Semesters Put Together.
Classification of successful candidates:
Classifications of candidates will be done as specified below:
Classification of the Semester Result:
- First Class With DistinctionA Candidate Shall Be Declared To Have Passed In First Class With Distinction If He / She Secure Not Less Than 75% Of The Aggregate Marks In All The Subjects Of The Semester Put Together.
- First ClassA Candidate Shall Be Declared First Class If He / She Secure Not Less Than 60% Of The Aggregate Marks In All The Subjects Of The Semester Put Together.
- Second ClassAll Other Successful Candidates Will Be Declared To Have Passed In Second Class.