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Rubrics for Program Outcomes Assessment

PO(a) The graduates will demonstrate knowledge gained from basic sciences and will have the exposure to engineering disciplines like Civil, Electrical, Information technology and Electronics.

Highly competent Rubrics 3 Has the knowledge of the tools used in other engineering disciplines and basic sciences for problem solving and has the ability to adapt those tools to solve analogous problems.

Competent 2 Has the knowledge of the tools used in other engineering disciplines and basic sciences for problem solving and do not have the ability to adapt those tools to solve analogous problems

Beginner 1 Has the some knowledge of the tools used in other engineering disciplines and basic sciences for problem solving but do not have the idea to adapt those tools to solve analogous problems

Problem solving skill

Research skill

Has good exposure to other Has less exposure to other No exposure to other disciplines and can have disciplines and has limited/no disciplines and research interdisciplinary research and interdisciplinary research and skill is less. collaboration collaboration

PO(b) The graduates are expected to have good communication skills in both verbal and written forms. Rubrics Oral presentations Very good 5 Acceptable 3 Unacceptable 1

Talks clearly Organization Of presentation Content

Voice is audible to everyone and spoken Voice mostly audible and Poor speech volume or spoken language is excellent spoken language is good language is poor Information is in logical and in sequence Information is in logical Cannot understand presentation due with visuals which audience can clearly sequence which audience to lack of sequence in information. understand. can follow. Presentation includes all necessary information Presentation includes Most of the information Presentation lacks many key information

Eye contact with limited Makes some eye contact with Eye contact over entire audiences and group within audience and audience and responds to questions Relating to audience responses to questions appropriate responses to inadequately questions Written communications information is in logical Information is presented in logical and and sequential manner but Mostly not clear and not in proper sequential manner with figures, tables misses some of the figures, format. etc., complete and in proper format. table etc., complete and in proper format

Content and style

Sentences are complete and grammatical. A few errors in sentence structure and grammar. Lot of errors in sentence structure Language (grammar Proper choice of words. Choice of words could be and grammar. and word choice) improved.

PO(c) The graduates are expected to have understood and advocate professional ethics

Highly competent Rubrics 3

Competent 2

Beginner 1 Copies others work and has been caught

Originality

Always preserves the originality Properly references others' work of others' work and make an effort to determine the appropriate use of the same Formulates and applies specific Some knowledge professional standards. professional standards.

Professional Competency

about Lack of awareness professional standards

of

PO(d) The graduates will demonstrate the ability to model, solve and analyze engineering problems

Good 2 Has some understanding of the Problem statement problem and describes most of the known information and needs. Description of the methodology Requirement somewhat clear in terms of specifications hardware and software specifications Knowledge and selection Knows various tools and has Knows what tools are generally expertise in selecting and using available and is competent to of professional tools appropriate tools for the field select and use them at a basic level. Able to use appropriate tool Used tool but could not interpret Use appropriate tools Rubrics

Excellent 3 Has complete understanding of the problem and describes fully the known information and identifies the needs. Clear and concrete description of the methodology with all hardware and software specifications.

Poor 1 Problem statement is not sufficient and specific

Unable to formulate proper methodology

Is not familiar related tools

with

Not used any of the

effectively and can interpret results

the results

related tool

PO(e) The graduates are expected to show leadership qualities and the ability to work in multidisciplinary teams

Rubrics

Unsatisfactory 1

Developing 2 Completes assigned tasks deadline participates in a team activities. all by and few

Satisfactory 3 Completes all assigned tasks by deadline to advance the project and participates in most team activities. Respectfully identifies and acknowledges conflict to work towards resolution.

Excellent 4 Completes all assigned tasks before deadline and helps other team members to advance the project. Treats team members respectfully and manages or resolves conflicts in ways that strengthen overall team cohesiveness.

Assumes individual and team Does not complete assigned tasks and/or responsibility actively participate in the team.

not accept Recognizes and appreciates team Do alternate viewpoints members and has some disrespectful or impolite communication.

Respectfully redirects focus away from conflict to the immediate task at hand.

PO(f) The graduates will develop the ability to learn and assimilate new skills to meet the challenges posed by industries

Rubrics

Below expectations 1

Meets expectations 2

Exceeds expectations 3

Ability to develop new skills and Unable to independently learn Eventually learns new tools Able to learn new tools and new tools and skills; requires and skills, but progresses skills quickly and expertise assistance in doing so. very slow effectively

Ability to adapt to change

Not able in adapting to Slow in adapting to change Quick adaptation to change in working and is stressed changing environment and environment and stressed is able to cope with stress heavily

Ability to apply newly acquired skill Unable to identify scope for Able to identify scope for Able to identify scope for newly acquired skill newly acquired skill but not newly acquired skill and sure of implementation of applies the tool the tool

PO(g) The graduates are expected to respect the knowledge and understand the value of life-long learning

Highly competent Rubrics 3 Digs up all kinds of related information, comes up with exhaustive information including all the background. Takes self-responsibility for learning and searches data extensively for information collection.

Competent 2

Beginner 1

Research/information gathering

Collects adequate information but Collects minimal information and about not much about related ones just the particular tool/ technology

Self-learning

Takes self-responsibility for learning Takes no responsibility for learning and and searches data extensively but collects minimal information. comes up with less information

PO(h) The graduates will be familiar with software tools pertaining to the field of Industrial Engineering

Rubrics

Below expectations 1

Meets expectations 2

Exceeds expectations 3 Expert in using most of the software tools related to Industrial Engineering

Very limited knowledge in Knows most of the software the software tools related to tools related to Industrial Industrial Engineering Engineering and is competent to use them at a basic level. Is not able to identify the Can usually identify Selection of software package right software for a particular software that might fit a problem or project. particular problem or project. Use of appropriate software Do not know the application Used the software but could of software not conclude the results package Knowledge of software tools

Can identify and evaluate which software is best suited for a particular problem or project. Used the software effectively and concluded results with various test cases.

PO(i) The graduates will demonstrate the ability to design and conduct experiments, interpret and analyze data and prepare reports.

Highly competent Rubrics Design and Planning 3 Has complete understanding of the requirements and is able to identify and plan all best suited equipment to conduct the experiment

Competent 2 Has complete understanding of the requirements and is somewhat able to identify and plan all necessary equipment to conduct the experiment

Beginner 1 Do not have a complete understanding of the requirements and is not able to identify and plan all necessary equipment to conduct the experiment

Methodology

Clear about the tools required Somewhat clear about the tools Not clear about the tools required to to interpret and analyze the required to interpret and analyze the interpret and analyze the experimental experimental data experimental data data Reports are written logically Reports are written logically and Mostly unclear and not formatted and sequentially with sequentially but without diagrams, diagrams, table etc., complete table etc., complete and formatted and formatted.

Writing Skills

PO(j) The graduates will demonstrate the design skills required in engineering and systems Highly competent Rubrics Problem identification 3 Competent 2 Beginner 1

Has complete understanding Has some understanding of the Problem statement is not sufficient and of the engineering problem problem and describes most of the specific and gathers all required required information

information Methodology Clear about the overall design Description of the design and methodology methodology somewhat clear and Do not have a clear idea about the design procedure

Knowledge and selection Knows various tools and has Knows what tools are generally Is not familiar with related tools of professional tools expertise in selecting and available and is competent to select using appropriate tools for the and use them at a basic level. design

PO(k) The graduates are expected to have broad education to identify the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic and societal context

Rubrics

Moderate 1

Good 3

Excellent 5

Awareness of global effects

Good understanding of the Deep understanding of the immediate Some awareness of the more widespread effects but with and long-term issues on users and nonextended effects of computing somewhat limited perspective users locally and globally. about long-term factors; Some understanding of the Good understanding economic Deep understanding of economic economic factors and the factors and the impact they may factors and the impact they may have impact they may have on the have on the economy on the economy at large as well as long economy term trends. Moderate understanding of the Good understanding of the implications to society in the implications to society in the creation and/or use of creation and/or use of the technology technology as well as its relation Deep understanding of the immediate and longterm implications to society in the creation and/or use of the technology, and the overall potential

Awareness of economic factors

Awareness of implications to society at large

to general societal issues;

benefits and risks to society.