Graduate Research in Engineering and Technology (GRET)


The Outcome of the Teaching-Learning Process of any specific subject or course is measured using a standard statistical method, the majority of which relies on the marks obtained by each learner, according to procedures and guidelines defined by numerous national-international consortiums, boards, or councils for Outcome-Based Education (OBE). Rarely has it been linked to documentary evidence demonstrating the attainment of competency expected to emerge following successful completion of the course. At the same time, a significant number of technical institutes across India are in desperate need of good research, which leads to massive publications, IPR, startups, and cash. For the previous few decades, the faculty has been the torchbearer for the cause. The paradigm is changing toward learners now that NEP 2020 has been implemented. Students' projects are now solemnly regarded as a major contributor to research and a source of creativity. Calculating the outcome of project-based courses and analyzing them with sufficient transparency to produce researchbased results is a mammoth task. To improve the institute's image, the article developed a novel technique for outcome-oriented technical project evaluation that focuses on instilling a research culture among the learners. Keywords—Engineering Projects, Inculcating Research Culture, OBE, Project Evaluation guidelines, Research enhancement framework, Technical Project evaluation.





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