OBE software, assessment, NBA accreditation, Bloom's Taxonomy

Outcome Based Education simplified

A research-backed and time-tested OBE framework

Implement Outcome Based Education (OBE), manage CO-PO mapping, CO-PO attainment calculation, CO-PO attainment reports, and student performance evaluation


Highly configurable & adaptable OBE framework

Linways Outcome Based Education System is a complete software that helps higher education institutions to meet the guidelines of the NBA & NAAC accreditation.

CO-PO mapping & attainment reports

Simplified outcomes attainment calculation

Complies with NAAC & NBA accreditations

Linways Outcome-Based Education software

Outcomes Based Education (OBE) is an education system based on outcomes. It focuses mainly on what knowledge/skill set students acquire following the completion of a session or a course.

• Simplify the CO, PO & PSO mapping and report generations which is a critical criterion of NAAC & NBA accreditation.

• Conduct assessments and measure the achievement of learning outcomes by mapping questions with Bloom’s taxonomy.

• Plan curriculum, building assessment models, provide attainment metrics and generate different assessment reports with our incredibly user-friendly platform.


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Linways OBE software benefits

All-in-one solution for all your OBE & accreditation needs

Implement student-centered learning

Research-backed OBE framework

Aligned with NBA & NAAC accreditation systems

Map assessments with course outcomes

Student-wise and course-wise attainment calculation

Simplified assessment management of the faculty

Data-driven decision making

Generate assessment reports

Highly configurable

Custom rules and workflows

user-friendly platform

Accurate student performance analysis

Provide insightful data representation

Boosting institutional effectiveness

Effectively manage your institution's performance with the centralized OBE module

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Challenges faced by colleges and universities

What are the issues faced by academic institutions while implementing OBE?

Difficulty in managing OBE framework

Aligning outcomes with vision & mission

Managing assessments effectively

Difficulty in CO & PO mapping

Managing CO, PO attainment


Errors in calculating academic attainments

Inaccurate assessment reports

Managing spreadsheets and records

Generating various reports

How could Linways simplify the OBE workflow?



Program creation


PO and PSO creation


PO attainment tree creation


Course Outcome creation


PO - CO attainment rule creation


Mapping assessments with COs & POs


Mapping assessments with bloom's taxonomy


Generate CO & PO attainment reports

Digitize your Outcome Based Education workflow with Linways OBE framework

OBE software for higher education

FAQs on Outcome-Based Education


  • What is Outcome-Based Education?

    Outcome Based Education is a learning paradigm that focuses on the outcomes or goals instead of results. The educators set a certain number of necessary skills and knowledge that the learner should possess at the end of education and they are identified as the outcomes. The assessments like exams, assignments, and projects are then defined to measure the achievement of these outcomes, and their results indicate whether the students have achieved them or not.

  • What is the main purpose of an outcome-based education system?

    Outcome-based education emphasizes student outcomes after completion of the course. The main purpose of the OBE system is to replace the result-based performance evaluation of students and be able to assess the students based on their skills and knowledge achieved through the academic session.

  • How does outcome-based education help students?

    Outcomes-based education helps students by giving them the choice to select the course and subjects based on their interests.
    All courses of an academic program will have specific course outcomes (COs). These COs are mapped to the program outcomes (POs) and in turn, mapped to the program educational objectives (PEOs). Suitable assessment methods need to be chosen, depending on the expected course outcomes.

  • How To Implement Outcome-Based Education (OBE) System?

    Implementing Outcome Based Education needs research and background study about your institution and the curriculum. Then again, each process can be different from what others have done since you need to address the uniqueness and requirements of your institution.
    Take a look at the steps involved in the successful implementation of an OBE framework in your institution.
    • Assessment of curriculum and needs
    • Defining outcomes
    • Collaboration
    • Mapping outcomes with subsets
    • Defining contributions from assessments and results
    • Feedback and continuous evaluation

  • What Are The Advantages Of Outcome Based Education (OBE)?

    There are several aspects of the OBE framework that make it preferable to educators and academicians over the traditional model:
    • Learner-centric approach
    • Well-defined outcomes
    • Multiple options/ opportunities for students
    • Facilitate student-centric performance evaluation
    • Better assessment management

  • How does Outcome-Based Education Differ From Traditional Education?

    Outcomes Based Education (OBE) is an education system based on outcomes. It focuses mainly on what knowledge/skill set students acquire following the completion of a session or a course. OBE is a comprehensive approach to articulating a curriculum that is focused on successful demonstrations of learning by each learner. With a perfect Learning Management System(LMS) like Linways, a college can easily implement their Outcome-Based Education(OBE).

    A traditional education system relies on rigidity and a standardized structure – students assemble under a roof at a particular time to be instructed by a teacher.
    This system is rather static and teacher-centric – mostly resulting in disinterested, passive listeners in a classroom. It’s a generalized approach that takes away the spark of interest that attracted these students in the first place.
    This system tends to take away the credibility of education for building strong future careers.



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