Effect of Outcome Based Education (OBE) on Academic Achievement of Student –Teachers By Ms. Archana Bhople


OBE has the potential to positively impact students’ academic achievement in several ways. Firstly, it provides clear and measurable learning objectives, enhancing students’ understanding of what is expected of them. It can lead to improved performance of the student-teachers to have a well-defined path for their education. The OBE promotes active student-teachers to engagement by involving them in the learning process and requiring them to demonstrate specific outcomes.When students are engaged, they are more likely to perform well academically. Additionally, the strong emphasis on assessment and feedback in OBE can help students identify areas where they need improvement, leading to targeted efforts to boost academic performance. OBE often emphasizes practical skills and real-world application of knowledge, making learning more relevant and potentially enhancing motivation and academic achievement. In this researcher studied the effect of Outcome Based Education (OBE) on academic achievement of students – teachers.

Keywords: outcome-based education, academic achievement

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